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EN010301A ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II
(Common to all branches except CS & IT)

Teaching scheme
2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Objectives

Credits: 4

To apply standard methods and basic numerical techniques for solving problems and to know the importance of learning theories in Mathematics.
Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours)

MODULE 1

Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning- directional derivative-divergence an curl - physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field- identities - simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours)

Line integral - work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem, Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem MODULE 3 Finite differences Finite difference operators and ( 12 hours) - interpolation using Newtons forward and

backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula, Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours)

Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z transforms ( 12 hours)

Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property , convolution property - inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms. Reference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. B.S. Grewal – Higher Engg. Mathematics - Khanna Publishers B.V. Ramana - Higher Engg. Mathematics – McGraw Hill K Venkataraman- Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co S.S Sastry - Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI T.Veerarajan and T.Ramachandran- Numerical Methods- McGraw Hill Babu Ram – Engg. Mathematics -Pearson. H.C.Taneja Advanced Engg. Mathematics Vol I – I.K.International

EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills
(Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credits: 4(3+1) Objectives • To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.

Economics
Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions- Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy Globalisation-necessity-consequences Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes- impact and incidence- merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax systemtax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP, NNP, NI, PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Ruddar Datt, Indian Economy, S.Chand and Company Ltd. 2. K.K.Dewett, Modern Economic Theory, S.Chand and Company Ltd. References 1. Paul Samuelson, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Terence Byres, The Indian Economy, Oxford University Press 3. S.K.Ray, The Indian economy, Prentice Hall of India 4. Campbell McConnel, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill

P.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. Listening skills. Importance of communication skills in society. Kataria and sons. 2008 .Communication Skills Objectives • To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students • To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts • To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process.Verbal and Non verbal. REFERENCES 1. Word Formation-suffix. Reading comprehension. S. PHI Learning private limited. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. Interview skills. 2007 2. Communication Flow-Upward. Business letters. affix. Emails. Aysha Viswamohan.K.K. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Curriculum Vitae. 2010 3. The functional aspects of communication skills. Types of communication . Soft skills MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Sharma. Presentation Techniques. prefix. English for technical Communication. Group Discussion. Kumkum Bhardwaj. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. I. 2008 4. Report writingTypes of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. Job Application. Professional Communication. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. Downward and Horizontal. International (P) House limited.Prasad and Rajendra K.

Cippoletti weir. Pitot tube. Fluid pressure – Atmospheric. trapezoidal notches. pressure on gravity dams. Gauge and Vacuum pressure. triangular. Newtonian and non – Newtonian fluids. pressure on a submerged curved surface – pressure on lock gates. Euler’s equation. Specific weight. Flow Net – Orthogonality of stream lines and equipotential lines. Total pressure and centre of pressure on a submerged lamina. Module 2(12hours) Buoyancy – Centre of buoyancy – Metacentre – Stability of floating and submerged bodies – Determination of metacentric height – Analytical & experimental methods. Darcy – Weisbach equation.flow through large rectangular orifice. Measurement of pressure – Piezometer. manometer.flow through submerged orificeHydraulic Coefficients-External and internal mouthpiece. Orifices and Mouth Pieces – Different types of orifices. Notches and weirs – Rectangular. Module 4(12hours) Flow through pipes: Two types of flow-Laminar and Turbulent flow – Reynold’s experiment. Stream tube – continuity equation for one dimensional flow.flow over a sharp edged orifice. Orifice meter. Module 1(12hours) Properties of fluids: Definition and Units. broad crested weir. . Path line and Streak line. submerged weir. loss of head due to friction. Velocity potential function. mechanical gauges. statement and derivation of Bernoulli’s equation and assumptions made.CE010 303: FLUID MECHANICS Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective • This course gives an introduction to the fundamentals of fluid flow and its behavior so as to equip the students to learn related subjects and its application in the day to day life in a very effective manner. Other energy losses in pipes. Circulation and Vorticity.Mass density. Kinematics of fluids : Methods of describing fluid motion:Legrangian& Eulerian methods-Types of flow – Streamline. Viscosity – Classification of fluids – Ideal and real fluids. Laplace’s Differential equation in rectangular co-ordinates for two dimensional irrotational flow. Module 3(12hours) Forces influencing motion – Energy of fluids. Absolute. Stream function. Applications of Bernoulli’s equation – Venturi meter.

Spillway models and Ship models. 4. 5. S. Dimensional Homogeneity of formulae and its application to common fluid flow problems. R. Buckingham’s method. P. J. Modi & Dr.. Mach numbers. Dr. L. Engineering Fluid Mechanics. Kataria& Sons. Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company. Laxmi Publications 7. Delhi. Nem Chand & Bross. Siphon. Dimensional Analysis-Rayleigh’s method. Douglas. Froude’s. 2. Types of models-Undistorted and Distorted models. Dynamic similarity. Seth. Transmission of power through pipes –nozzle diameter for maximum power transmission. Reynold’s.D S Kumar. “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid power Engineering”. References 1..K Bansal.Hydraulic Gradient and Total Energy Lines: Flow through long pipes – Pipes in series and parallel.”Fluid mechanics” 4/e Pearson Education. Dr. . Fluid Mechanics&Hydraulic Machines.NewDelhi 6.. Kinematic. N. Hydraulic Similitude. Drag and lift for immersed bodies: Module 5(12hours) Dimensional Analysis and Model studies: Units and dimensions of physical quantities. M. International Students Edition.S K. Fluid Mechanics. Derivations of dimensionless parameters. S Ramamrutham”Hydraulics Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”. Laminar Flow in circular pipes: Hagen poiseuille equation. R. Velocity distribution for turbulent flow in pipes. Scale ratios of various physical quantities for Froude’s and Reynold’s model laws – problems. Dr. Mirajoaker. Standard Book House Delhi. G. Streeter V. K Subramanya. Metropolitan Book Co. Jagdishlal. Mc Graw Hill. Education Private Limited NewDelhi 9. 3.A Text book of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. Turbulent flow through pipes:Establishment of flow in pipes-hydrodynamically smooth and rough boundary. 8. Webber. Garde and A. Roorkee. Scale effects in models. Geometric. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics. Hydraulic Models: Need. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics.

CE010 304: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS I Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective • To understand the strength characteristics of various structural members subjected to axial. Module 2(10hours) Bending moment and shear force: Types of supports. bending. Shear centre.Temperature stresses – Composite members – equilibrium & compatibility conditions. Module 4(14hours) Stresses due to torsion: Torsion of solid and hollow circular shafts. shearing and torsional loads Module 1(12hours) Simple stresses and strains: Elastic constants – relation between them – Bars of varying cross section .Rankine’s formula Combined bending and direct stresses in short columns Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame’s equation (derivation not required)stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure. beams &loads .principal stresses and planes-maximum shear stresses & planes – Analytical &Mohr’s circle methods. .modulus of section – bending stress & strain distribution for cross-sections symmetrical about Y-Y axis .Deformation due to self weight – Bars of uniform strength .shear flow (basic concepts only) Springs: Close coiled and open coiled Module 5(12hours) Columns and struts: Short and long columns-Elastic instability-Euler’s formula for long columns with various end conditions – effective length . Module 3(12hours) Stresses in beams: Theory of simple bending.slenderness ratiolimitations .power transmitted .built up sections Composite sections Beams of uniform strength. Compound stresses: Two dimensional problems-normal & tangential stresses on an inclined plane . Shear stresses in beams: shear stress distribution in cross-sections symmetrical about Y-Y axis. shear force and bending moment.Shear force and Bending moment diagrams for various types of statically determinate beams with various load combinations – relation between load. bending and torsion.stresses due to axial thrust.

Analysis of Structures Strength and Behaviour. 5.S. 10.Thandavamoorthy.Singh. Strength of Materials. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. ELBS. Prakash Rao. Prentice Hall of India. Vol. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Vol.K. Engineering Mechanics of solids. Ratwani N. Wiley India Pvt.T. Analysis of Structures. I. Khanna Publishers. Sadhu Singh. 8. Timoshenko. Part-1. . Strength of Materials and Mechanics of structures. M. Fundamentals of Strength of Materials. Bhavikatti S. 13. 9. Strength of Materials. Vazirani V. Strength of Materials. Arthur Morley. Vol. New Delhi. University Press (India) Ltd.S . 11. D. Prentice Hall of India.M. Ltd.References 1. New Delhi. Strength of Materials. New Delhi. Strength of Materials. Longman’ s Green& Company. 4. 7.C.S. Khanna Publishers 6... Lakshmi Publications.Chennai.1. Strength of Materials. Nag&Chanda. Bansal R. Kazimi S.S. Popov E. 3.A. D.P...P. 12. Van Nostrand company.N. Lakshmi Publications. Newyork. .Oxford University Press. Mechanics of Solids. New Delhi. Solid Mechanics. 2. Punmia B.1. Inc.. New Delhi.

Volume from contours. . determination of the area and the theory behind curves. fly. principles behind them. Traversing: Methods of traversing – loose needle and fast needle methods . Vertical angle measurements. Module 3 (13hours) Theodolite Surveying: Transit theodolite – vernier.meridian distance method – double meridian distance method – co-ordinate method – trapezoidal and Simpson’s method – area by planimeter. .omitted measurements – errors in compass surveying Plane table surveying – Accessories .errors Module 2 (12hours) Levelling: levels and staves – spirit levelling – bench marks – temporary and permanent adjustments – booking .reciprocal levelling – errors in leveling – sensitiveness of bubble tube.methods of reduction of levels – arithmetic checks-differential.General principles Stadia method – distance and elevation formulae for staff held vertical – Instruments constants – analytic lens – tangential method – use of subtense bar.cross sectioning – curvature and refraction – difficulties in leveling . intersection.Capacity of reservoirs – Mass haul curve.Different methods – radiation. Volume – trapezoidal and prismoidal rule.CE010 305 Teaching Scheme 3 hour lecture and 1hour tutorial per week SURVEYING – I Credits : 4 Objective To ensure that the student develops knowledge of the basic and conventional surveying instruments.adjustment of closing error by graphical and analytical methods – Bowditch’s rule-conditions of closure – closing error and distribution – Gales traverse table. working of the instruments. check and profile leveling . resection and traversing – two and three point problems and their solutions – advantages and disadvantages . Tacheometric surveying: . Contouring – characteristics and uses of contours – Locating contours. plotting of the area from the field measurements. Module 4 (10hours) Areas and volumes Areas – by latitude and departure . micrometer and micro-optic theodolites – description and uses – fundamental lines of a transit theodolite – temporary and permanent adjustments – horizontal angle – reiteration and repetition methods– booking. Module 1 (12hours) Compass surveying – Prismatic compass – surveyor’s compass – bearings – systems and conversions – local attraction – Magnetic declination – dip – traversing –latitude and departure .plotting – closing error .plotting.

4. Punmia.S. New Delhi. Surveying Vol.Chand &Co.N. 3.Chand & Company Limited. Prentice Hall of India. 6.K. New Delhi. Plane Surveying. C. 8. . 7. R. T. Duggal – Surveying Vol I & II Tata Mc Graw Hill Ltd.Module 5 (13hours) Curves: Elements of a simple curve – setting out simple curve by chain and tape methods – Rankine’s method – two theodolite method – compound and reverse curve (parallel tangents only) – transition curves – different kinds – functions and requirements – setting out the combined curve by theodolite – elements of vertical curve. Nagaraj.P. S.Publications. S. 2006. B.K. Kanetkar & Kulkarni. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD.G. B. S. Venkatramaiah. Dr. Surveying. 9. S. I&II A.K. Standard Book House New Delhi. 2. Basak – Surveying. References 1. Text Book of Surveying. I. Surveying and leveling Vol. Universities Press (India) LTD. C.V.Roy. Pune. Surveying Vol. S. Hyderabad. I & II. Arora. Dr. K. 5. Hussain & M. Alak De. Fundamental of Surveying.

Module 2( 10Hrs) Dynamic Geology: Interior constitution of the earth-Various methods to study the interior-crust. transperancy. Kaolin. Biotite. Quartzite. 5. Module 3( 14Hrs) Mineralogy: Definition and classification-important physical properties of minerals-colour. Petrology: Definition and classification-important structures and textures of igneous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks-diagnostic texture. Physical Geology: Geomorphic processes-Rock weathering-Formation of soils.Metamorphic rocks: 1. Special Indian rock types: 1. 5. Peridotite. 7. Limestone. 7. fracture. Study of the diagnostic physical properties and chemical composition of the following rock forming minerals: 1.Feldspar. 9. Lehmann. Pseudotachyllite. engineering properties and uses of following rocks: Igneous rocks: 1. 2. 3. 4. Earthquake: Elastic rebound theory-types of seismic waves-cause of earthquake intensity and magnitude of earthquake-Locating epicentre and hypocenter-effect of earthquake-distribution of earthquake-earthquake resistant structures. 2. 2.Basalt 8.composition of different layers-sima & sial. Mylonite. 12. 2. Plate tectonics: Lithospheric plates-diverging. 5. Gneiss. Marble. 4. Granite. Breccia.Relevance of Geology in Engineering.CE010 306 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To make the students familiar with physical and structural geology as well as the basics of mineralogy and petrology which help them to plan accordingly for the construction of Civil engineering structures. specific gravity and magnetism. 15. Laterite. core-lithosphere-asthenosphere-major discontinuitiesMoho. converging and transform boundaries-their characteristic features-midoceanic ridge. 14. Sandstone. Gabbro. hardness. shale. 6. Syenite. 3.Hypersthene.Pegmatite. Schist.Calcite.Garnet.Auguite.Kyanite. 4. form. Slate.Dolerite. 4. 13. Serpentine. Sedimentary rocks: 1. 11. 3. mineralogy. 5. cleavage.Olivine. soil profiles-soils of India – Geologic work and engineering significance of rivers and oceans. Conglomerate.Quartz. Module 1 ( 10Hrs) Introduction: Various branches of geology .Fluorite. 7. 2. mantle. streak.Muscovite. . benioff zone and transform faults-significance of plate tectonic concept. Hornblende. 3. 10. 6.Tourmaline. Diorite. lusture. 8. 3. Khondalite. 6. Charnockite. Geologic time scale. Guttenberg.

Parbin Singh. 2. HH. 4. 7. Thomas Nelson. Krynine&Judd.Read. tunnels and other important structures.P.I. causes of land slides and their corrections-Geological considerations in the selection of sites for reservoirs and dams. Principles of petrology. New Delhi. References 1.W. K. Joints-definition-classification. . Module 5(12 Hrs) Engineering Geology: Mass movement of earth materials-Landslides-definition.Katria & sons. Physical geology. B. Publications. George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 3. Recommended field work: Field trip to quarries or geologically significant places to learn . dams. Strucutural geology.Tyrell. John Wiley & sons.in site character of rocks in quarries/outcrops-measuring strike and dip of a formation-tracing of outcrops. classification. New Delhi.Module 4( 14Hrs) Structural Geology: Definition-outcrop-stratification-dip and strike. Geological considerations in Tunnel constructions and mountain roads-rocks as building materials.Billings. Engineering geology & geotechniques. London. Folds-definitionparts of fold-classification-recognition of folds in the field.Faults-definitionparts of a fault-classification-recognition in the field-effects of faulting and subsequent erosion on outcrops. David Keith Todd. M. New York. Rutleys elements of mineralogy. Unconformites-definition-classification recognition in the field. Engineering & general geology. 6. Tata McGraw hill. Aisa publishing house. 5. Groundwater hydrology. G. Bombay. Arthur Holmes. New Delhi. Hydrogeology: Groundwater table-abundance and advantages-aquifer-acquicludeacquifuge-artesian conditions and artesian wells-cone of depression– perched water table. Effects of all the above described structures in the major engineering projects like reservoirs.

Bansal R.C. Bhavikatti S. Vol. Strength of Materials. New Delhi.1. Aluminum wires and brass wires) 5. Vicker’s and Rebound) 11. .I Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Objective: To study properties of various materials List of Experiments Credits: 2 1. D. Strength of Materials. I. Bending Test on Wooden Beams using U. Tests on springs (open and close coiled) 2. Torsion Test on M. wires. Prentice Hall of India.S.Newyork. New Deihi. Tension test using U. Lakshmi Publications. 3. Maxwell's Law of reciprocal deflection and Determination of Youngs modulus’E ‘for steel. Punmia B. 2. T. 6.S . Verification of Clerk.Van Nostrand company. Torsion Pendulum (M. 4.P. Note All tests should be done as per relevant BIS. M.S. 4..CE010 307 MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY . Vol. Strength of Materials. 5. Part-1. Strength of Materials. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. 6.. 8. Prakash Rao. Strut Test. Rod. Impact Test (Izod and Charpy) 10. on M. torsteel and High Tensile steel. University Press (India) Ltd. Road 7.S. Popov E.K. S. Engineering Mechanics of solids. Shear Test on M. Fatigue Test 9. D.S. Lakshmi Publications. New Delhi.P. Timoshenko. Hardness Test (Brinell. Inc. Rod. T. M. Strength of Materials and Mechanics of structures. 3. S. References 1.

Mc Graw Hill.Solving Two Point Problem Plane table Survey -Solving Three Point Problem Leveling -Fly leveling. I. Heights and distances by solution of triangles References 1. 4. 11.horizontal angle by repetition & reiteration methods. Theodolite surveying . 2. sextent 9. I&II A.Kanetkar & Kulkarni.Fly leveling. T. 2. Compass. Dr. Plane table . I & II. Dr. Level and theodolite.Traversing with compass and plotting Plane table Survey. Duggal. Pune.Arora. 3.V. Surveying Vol.Publications. 10.rise and fall method Leveling -Longitudinal and cross sectioning Leveling -Contour surveying Study of Minor instruments: Planimeter. Cylon Ghat Tracer.CE010 308 SURVEYING PRACTICAL– I Teaching Scheme 3 hours practical per weak Credits :2 Objective: To impart training in surveying using Chain.P.G. . S. List of Exercises 1. 7. Quick setting level. New Delhi. Standard Book House New Delhi.plane of collimation method Leveling. Surveying and leveling Vol. 6.R. Compass Survey. Surveying Vol.K. Surveying Vol I. 3. hand levels.Punmia. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD. 8. K. 4. measurement of horizontal and vertical angles.C.B. Theodolite : study of instrument. pantagraph. 5. clinometer. temporary adjustments.

difference of proportion. – Laxmi Publications 8. V.K. I.s Value. Sundarapandian . 2. 3. Mathematics – Laxmi Publications Ltd. Module 4 (12 hours) Probability distribution : Concept of random variable . A.Pearson/ PHI 6.K.F test for equality of variances for small samples.EN010 401 Engineering Mathematics III (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Objectives: Apply standard methods of mathematical &statistical analysis Credits: 4 Module 1 (12 hours) Fourier series: Dirichlet conditions – Fourier series with period 2 π and 2l – Half range sine and cosine series – Harmonic Analysis – r.Taneja – Advanced Engg.K.K.convolution theorem (no proof) – Parsevals identity.Mukhopadhyay-Mathematical Methods For Engineers and Physicists-I.N.fitting of Binominal distribution – Poisson distribution as a limiting case of Binominal distribution – its mean and variance – fitting of Poisson distribution – continuous distribution. probability distribution – Bernoulli’s trial – Discrete distribution – Binomial distribution – its mean and variance. Venkataraman – Engg. difference of mean – chi –square test for variance.Uniform distribution – exponential distribution – its mean and variance – Normal distribution – Standard normal curve.m. B. H. References 1. Module 2 (12 hours) Fourier Transform : Statement of Fourier integral theorem – Fourier transforms – derivative of transforms. Queueing theory and reliability Engg. single mean.V.C. Veerarajan – Engg.its properties. T. Module 3 (12 hours) Partial differential equations : Formation by eliminating arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions – solution of Lagrange’s equation – Charpits method –solution of Homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficients. Richard A Johnson – Miller Fread’s probability & Statistics for Engineers. M. G.Statistics and Queueing theory – PHI 9.probability . Bali& Iyengar – A text books of Engg. Mathematics vol II 3rd year part A & B – National Publishing Co. Module 5 (12 hours) Testing of hypothesis : Populations and Samples – Hypothesis – level of significance – type I and type II error – Large samples tests – test of significance for single proportion. Mathematics – Mc Graw Hill 5.International 10. Ramana – Higher Engg. Haribaskaran – Probability. Sneddon – Elements of partial differential equations – Mc Graw Hill 4. Mathematics Vol II – I. Mathematics – Mc Graw Hill 7.International .

Earliest expected time .float. pneumatic and hoisting equipment – pile driving equipment – Earthwork computation – mass diagram – soil compaction & stabilization – owning and operating works of construction equipment.resource smoothing – resource leveling Network compression .parallel critical paths . painting – white washing – distempering – application of Snowcem – Concrete repairs-construction and constructed facilities.related problems. Module 3 (12 Hours) Introduction to job planning and Management: Bar charts and mile stone charts . resource allocation .Network and time estimates . Finished works – plastering. Construction management – Mechanisation in construction – earth moving. mechanization in construction.handling.related problems .optimum duration.Compression limited by crashing . Module 2 (12 Hours) Functional planning of buildings – general principles of site plan – principles of functional planning – orientation of buildings – shading principles.Time estimates . Module 4 (12 Hours) Project costs analysis: Cost Vs Time curve . Scaffolding and Formwork (elementary concepts only).C P M and PERT networks . principles of functional planning of buildings.crashed critical paths – most economical solution.updating.Forward pass and backward pass . Modern construction materials – Intelligent buildings – building automation.CE010 402 CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: Imparting fundamental knowledge in network scheduling techniques.work breakdown structure . Flooring – different types – Mosaic – marble – granite – roofing – pitched and flat roofs – domes and folded plate roofs Damp prevention – Causes – Material used – Damp proofing of floors – walls – roofs. details of execution of works. project cost analysis and industrial relations Module 1 (12 Hours) Fresh concrete – Workability-factors affecting-measurement of workability-different tests for workability-segregation-bleeding-process of manufacture of concrete-batchingmixing-transportation-compaction-curing methods-admixtures in concrete-special concretes Joints – Construction joints – expansion joints – contraction joints – sliding joints – joints in water retaining structures etc. .

L. 2. Chitkara. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. and methods.Mahesh Varma. Shetty. New Delhi.L.Ledbetter.B. W. S. Management of Systems.Minimum wages Act . Tata Mc Graw Hill.Construction Technolgy. Subir K. Dr.Sharma. B. M. P.Peurifoy. References 1.R. 7 James.Chand & Co. Equipment. 10.Arora. 5. Metropolitan Book Company. Concrete technology. S.Employees State Insurance Act –Workers participation in management – labour welfare and social security – Industrial safety and welfare provision – role of state in labour welfare – role of labour welfare officers social security principles and practice. Construction Management and Accounts. Standard publishers and Distributors.Gupta. 3. . S. Sarkar.D. Oxford university Press. PERT and CPM Principles and Applications.Steevens.C. Techniques for Construction Network Sheduling. McGraw Hill. Concrete Technology. Construction Equipment and its Planning and Application. S. 4.Subhajit Sarasswati . A. Building construction. S.Module 5 (12 Hours) Industrial Relations: Payment of wages Act . R. East – West Press. Santhakumar. Khanna Publishers. 11. Construction Project Management Planning scheduling and control Mc GrawHill 6.L. Construction Planning. Srinath. Oxford University press. Amit Gupta. 9. 8.

5. bending. Intermediate Structural Analysis. Module 4 (12 hours) Arches: Theoretical arch-Eddy’ s theorem. Structural Analysis Vol. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd.C.Conjugate beam method Deflection due to shear (concept only).S . Reddy C. Chennai.II Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Objectives: • To understand the basic strength and energy theorems of Structural Mechanics and its applications • To study deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces and the internal effects produced due to moving loads.. sudden & impact). . shear force and bending moment for determinate beams Absolute maximum bending moment (basic concept only).Betti’ s theorem -Maxwell’ s reciprocal theorem-principle of virtual work(deformable bodies)-Castigliano’ s first theoremdeflection of statically determinate beams & pin jointed frames by strain energy. Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Ltd. virtual work and unit load methods Module 3 (12 hours) Moving loads and influence lines: effect of moving loads-influence lines for reaction. 4. 3. Structural Analysis. . Wang. C. Module 5 (12 hours) Theories of Elastic Failure: Maximum principal stress theory-maximum shear stress theory .slope & deflection of beams by Double integration method (concept only)-Macaulay’s method .maximum principal strain theory – Mohr’s theory. Module 2 (12 hours) Energy Theorems: Strain energy due to axial load( gradual. Vol. Credits: 4 Module 1 (12 hours) Deflection of determinate beams: Differential equation of the elastic curve.S.analysis of three hinged arches –support reactions-normal thrust-radial shear Cables and suspension bridges: General cable theorem-analysis of cables under concentrated and uniformly distributed loads-anchor cables Suspension bridges with stiffening girders(basic concepts only). I. Basic Structural Analysis. shear and torsion-principle of super position. Principle of stationary and minimum potential energy.CE010 403: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS.1996. Macmillian Pub. K. Castigliano’s theorems (theory only) Unsymmetrical bending: Product of inertia-principal axes (basic concepts only) References: 1. Smith J.1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Narosa. 2.Co. Structural Analysis.1985. Bhavikatti S.Devdas Menon.

. Strength of materials and theory of structures. II. 10. Theory of structures. Desai J.P.. Structural mechanics.6. Norris & Wilbur. Junarker S.. Laxmi publications. 11.R. Punmia B. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. 12..P. Computational Structural Mechanics. Young D. Thadani B. Elementary Structural Analysis.. McGraw Hill.N. 7. John Wiley &Sons.C.1968.& Smith J. 8. Strength of Materials. Khanna Publishers. Charorbar Book Stall. Vol. Vol. Introductory Structural Analysis. Weinall Book Corporation. McGraw Hill. McGraw Hill 13. Rajesekharan &Sankarasubramanian.H.B.G. Prentice Hall of India.. Wang C.K. 2001.P. Timoshenko S.& Solomon C.G.II. 1988. 14. 9. Seeli F. Mechanics of Structures. Sadhu Sindh. 1993. .

Head of pump. . Impact of jet.floats. Losses and efficiency. Discharge in flumes and rivers Gradually varied flow. Velocity triangle for pumps-Work done. – Velocity distribution in open channels. Francis. Kaplan turbines. Momentum in open channel flow-specific force . Module 5 (12 Hours) Centrifugal Pumps – Types. backwater computation by direct step method. navigation and water power resulted in the development of fluid mechanics It enables us to understand the interesting phenomenon in nature and it empowers us to design and to create variety of fluid flow equipment for the benefit of mankind Credits: 4 Module 1 (12 Hours) Flow in open Channel – Types of flow.in wide rectangular channels-different forms of the dynamic equation. Specific speed. Manning’s and Kutter’s formula.specific energy. Minimum starting speed. irrigation. Energy loss.Dynamic Equation for gradually varied flow. Location of hydraulic jump. Critical flow and its computation-critical flow in rectangular channels Application of specific energy and discharge diagrams to channel transitions. Module 3 (10 Hours) Rapidly varied flow. Energy in open channel flow. Force of jet on stationary and moving plates – Turbines – Classification. Uniform flow in open channels– Chezy’s . nondimensional equation. Module 2 (12 Hours) Measurent of flow in open channels-mean velocity-pitot tube. efficiency. Basic characteristics of the jump. height of jump. Multistage pump.CE010 404 OPEN CHANNEL FLOW AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives: • • The problems that man encountered in the field of water supply. velocity triangle for Pelton. selection of turbines. channel bottom slopesStudy of surface profiles and its Characteristics in prismatic channels. Specific speed. hydraulic jump – initial and sequent depths. Module 4 (14 Hours) Hydraulic Machines – Impulse momentum principle. jump as energy dissipater.current meter.conveyance . stilling basins. Pumps in parallel. Most economical cross sections – computation of uniform flow. Types of jump in horizontal floor. Practical application of hydraulic jump.Normal depth. draft tube – types.

K. Metropolitian Book Co. Jagadheesh Lal.. N. Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics.effect of acceleration and frictional resistance. Subrahmanya. S. Ven Te Chow.1. Seth.A Text book of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. P. Modi & Dr. Dr.K Bansal. Shivkumar. Ltd . 4. Hydraulic Machines. slip and coefficient of discharge. Flow in open channel vol. Indicator diagram. K.Laxmi Publications 6. work done. types of reciprocating pumps. Open Channel Hydraulics. New Delhi 3. References 1. 5. Air vessel – rate of flow into and from air vessel. “Fluid Mechanics& Fluid Machines Basic concepts& Principles. Standard Book House.G Rangaraju. Ane Books Pvt. Tata McGraw Hill. Mc Graw Hill Ltd.Positive displacement pumps – working principle. separation in suction and delivery pipes. Delhi. M. R. New Delhi. 2. Dr. Flow through openchannel Tata Mc Graw Hill 7 .

Publications.Principle of EDM – Types of EDM instruments – Distomat – Total Station – principles – procedure and surveying using Total Station – data retrieval and processing. Module 3 (10 hours) Hydrographic surveying –Equipment – Methods of locating soundings – reduction and plotting of soundings – use of sextants and station pointer.coordinate systems. Module 2 (12 hours) Theory of errors and triangulation Adjustments: Kinds of error – laws of weights – principles of least squares – determination of most probable value of quantities – probable error – distribution of error to the field measurements – normal equation – Method of correlatives – Adjustment of simple triangulation figures.CE010 405 SURVEYING .Definitions – celestial sphere – astronomical triangle . reduction to centre. A.II Teaching Scheme 3 hour lecture and 1hour tutorial per week Objective To impart knowledge in triangulation. Aerial photogrammetry – aerial camera – scale of vertical photograph – relief displacement on a vertical photograph – principle of parallax – stereoscopic pairs – flight planning – radial line method – flying height and overlaps – remote sensing – concepts of remote sensing – ideal remote sensing system. Credits : 4 . References: 1. Module 1 (12 hours) Triangulation: triangulation figures – classification of triangulation systems – selection of triangulation stations – intervisibility and heights of stations – station marks – signals and towers – base line – choice – measurement of base lines – instrument. Module 5 (14 hours) Geodesy – shape of earth – effects of curvature – spherical excess – convergence of meridians. Surveying and leveling Vol. Field Astronomy: .V. Determination of time. II. Electro Magnetic Distance Measurement (EDM): .extension of base. P. T.satellite stations – need. latitude and longitude. Kanetkar and Kulkarni. Pune.G. Module 4 (12 hours) Terrestrial photogrammetry – General principles – photo theodolite – horizontal position of a point from photogrammetric measurements – elevation of a point – determination of focal length of lens. aerial photogrammetry and modern Electro Magnetic Distance Measurement instruments. azimuth.

John Wiley & Sons.R. Alak De. Arora.2. Pearson Education.Chand &Co. 4. Remote sensing and image interpretation. 2006. New York. Punmia. India . Dr. Madhu. K. II. 7. 3. Sathikumar. New Delhi. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD. Surveying Vol. Inc. New Delhi. S. Surveying and leveling Vol. GIS and remote Sensing. Lillerand. Thoms M. R. Advanced Surveying: Total Station. 6. C. Standard Book House. 5. B. S. K. Duggal – Surveying Vol I & II Tata Mc Graw Hill Ltd. Plane Surveying. II. Satheesh Gopi and N.

B. Shah & Kale. as per area and functional requirements. Reinforced concrete staircase (1 sheet). 4.Varma. S. Standard Publishers distributors. ( 2 sheets) Preparation of site plan as per Kerala Building Rules. section and elevation from line sketches (single and double storied buildings)(8 sheets). Subhash Chander Sharma. . Tata Mc Graw Hill. (1 sheet). 2. (1sheet) Plumbing servicesLayout of water supply and sanitary connections for residential buildings. Civil Engineering drawing and House Planning. Spades Publishers and distributors.70 marks. Khanna Publishers. PART A Detailed drawing of panelled door with wooden frame. New Delhi. Prabhu. elevation . References:1. Balagopal & T. Calicut. 3. Detailing of Mangalore pattern tiled roofing (1 Sheet). Part B . National Building code. PART B Working drawings – Preparation of plan. Delhi. Roof lines (1 sheet). Building Drawing. Civil Engineering drawing.P. Building drawing & detailing. 5.CE010 406 CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING Teaching scheme 4 hours drawing per week Credit -4 Objectives: To create awareness among students regarding the principles of building drawing and equip them to prepare plan . section. Delhi. Roof truss using standard steel sections (1 sheet). Gurucharan Singh. site plan and service plan of buildings as per Kerala Building Rules. Preparation of line sketches and working drawings of single storied RCC residential buildings.(1 sheet) Mark distribution Part A . Kerala building byelaws.30 marks.

Punmia. Setting out of building plans 8. I. References : 1. 5. Surveying Vol I& II. I&II A. Surveying Vol. Total station – Horizontal and vertical angles. New Delhi. C.. Kanetkar & Kulkarni. S. Determination of tacheometric constants 2. Setting out of simple curves . T. Surveying and leveling Vol. .Publications. Study of Total station 9. Pune. Heights and distances by tangential tacheometry(2classes) 4. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD. K.G.V. K. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Dr. Heights and distances by stadia tacheometry(2classes) 3.P. 4. Arora. Level difference. Duggal . 2. R. I & II.angular method 6. Theodolite traversing 7. Standard Book House New Delhi. B. Three point problem. Surveying Vol. 3. Horizontal distance. Dr.CE010 407 SURVEYING PRACTICAL II Teaching Scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objective • To give a practical knowledge in different aspects of Theodolite Surveying & Tacheometry List of exercises 1.

pipe fittings. Calibration of venturimeter. orifice meter and watermeter. Performance characteristics of Francis Turbine. 7. Hydraulic Machines-Jagadishlal . 8. watermeters and current meters. pitot tubes. Performance characteristics of Kaplan Turbine. PART –B (MACHINERY) 1. 6. References 1. 3.CE010 408(ME) HYDRAULICS LABORATORY Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Objectives Credits: 2 To impart practical knowledge in heat engines and hydraulics laboratories PART-A (FLOW) 1. 7. Study of impulse and reaction turbines. Study of reciprocating pump and components-single cylinder and multicylinder. Study of taps. Performance characteristics of Pelton wheel. valves. 5. Performance characteristics of reciprocating pump 6. self priming pumps and centrifugal pumps. Calibration of rectangular and triangular notches. 8. 4. Performance characteristics of centrifugal pump. 4. Determination of Darcy s and Chezy s constant for pipe flow. Determination of metacentric height and radius of gyration of floating bodies. 2. Determination of Chezy s constant and Mannings number for open channel flow. 2. Performance characteristics of self priming pump. 5. Determination of discharge coefficient for plug-sluices. gauges. Hydraulic coefficients of orifices and mouthpieces under constant head method and time of emptying method. 3.

Milnes predictor – corrector method.Mathematics – Special functions and complex variables – PHI 4.Bilinear transformation . B.Laurent’s series – Zeros and singularities – types of singularities – Residues – Residue theorem – evaluation of real integrals in unit circle – contour integral in semi circle when poles lie on imaginary axis.modi method (non degenerate case only) References 1. solution. John J. Mathematics – Mc Graw Hill 2. M. Schiller. Module 4 ( 10 hours) Numerical solution of Ordinary differential equations: Taylor’s series method – Euler’s method – modified Euler’s method – Runge – Kutta method (IV order) .Spicgel . Module 5 (16 hours) Linear programming problem: Definition of L. Ramana – Higher Engg.S. S. – initial solution using Vogel’s approximation method .. Module 3 (10 hours) Numerical solution of algebraic and transcendental equations: Successive bisection method – Regula –falsi method – Newton –Raphson method . optimal solution. equations in cartision co-ordinates – harmonic and orthogonal properties – construction of analytic function given real or imaginary parts – complex potential – conformal mapping of z2 .P.Mc Graw Hill 3.P. and science . schanm’s outline series .Lipschutz .Spellman – Complex variables. B.P.Khanna Publishers . degenerate solution – graphical solution –solution using simplex method (non degenerate case only) Big -M method – Duality in L.R. Module 1 (12 hours) Function of Complex variable : Analytic functions – Derivation of C.Secant method – solution of system of linear equation by Gauss – Seidel method. D. S. Grewal – Numerical methods in Engg. – cross ratio – invariant property (no proof) – simple problems.P.P.Bathul – text book of Engg. Module 2 (12 hours) Complex integration: Line integral – Cauchy’s integral theorem – Cauchy’s integral formula – Taylor’s series.V.R.EN010 501A ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS IV (Common to all branches except CS & IT) Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives: Use basic numerical techniques to solve problems and provide scientific techniques to decision making problems. – Transportation problem –Balanced T.

C.S. 6.M. 7.S Sastry .Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co S.International .5.K. Dr. 8. Mathematics Vol II – I.K Venkataraman. Hira – Operations Research – S.Taneja – Advanced Engg.Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI P.Chand Panneer Selvam– Operations Research – PHI H. 9.K.Gupta and D.

for ‘statements-nested loops. Storage classes: automatic variables-external variables-register variables-scope and lifetime of variables-macros Module III (12 Hours) Arrays: Single dimensional arrays-multidimensional arrays-definition-initializing arrays-passing arrays to a function. Kern Ingham . Programming with C.identifiers and keywords.S. Prentice Hall. 3. transpose and multiplication. Functions: Declarations. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Dynamic memory allocation . 4. Programming in C. References 1.operators-expressionsstatements-library input-output functions Control statements: if. Byron S Gottfried. definition and access-passing arguments to a function – pass by value and pass by reference-recursion. -conditional and comma operators. Strings: definition –string handling function-comparison. Gotterfield Theory and Problems of Programming with C. if-else. concatenation and sorting of strings Module IV (10 Hours) Structures and union: definition –initialization-accessing structure membersarray of structures-passing structure to a function –sorting of structures –binary files-reading and writing of data blocks-union. The C programming language. break and continue statements. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Ritchie.data types-user defined data types-constants and variables-declarations. switch. Credit: 4 Objective: To provide a strong foundation in the basics of C-Programming so that students can develop the ability to design software’s.TMH 2. ’do-while’.B. Module II (15 Hours) Iterative statements: ’while’.CE010 502 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Teaching Scheme 3 hours lecture and 1hour tutorial per week. Module I (15 Hours) Introduction to C: The C character set.self referential structures . .matrix operations-addition. Pointers-declaration-operations. Module V (8 Hours) Files :File pointers-data files-opening and closing-reading and writing-appendingerror handling function-handling data in blocks-command line arguments.basic concepts of linked lists. Balaguruswamy.

Y. BPB Publications. Exploring C. V. Let us C. Rajaraman.5. Kenetker. Y. 6. BPB Publications. Kenetker. . Programming with C. 7.

SP 16) 2. Credit: 4 Objective • To provide the students with the knowledge of behaviour of reinforced concrete structural elements in flexure. 4. John Wiely & sons Inc. Reinforced concrete design. Reinforced concrete structures. Purushothaman P. Relevant IS codes. Module 5 (13 hours) Design of footings-Isolated footing with axial and eccentric loading-combined footing. Note: Sketches only required for reinforcement details. Reinforced concrete structural elements-Behaviour.C. Module 2 (12 hours) Limit state method: Concepts-assumptions –characteristic strength and load partial safety factors-limit states-limit state of collapse –limit state of serviceability. Design of flat slab (Concept only).I S specifications-design of columns with lateral and helical reinforcement-members subjected to combined axial load and bending. Module 4 (8 hours) Design of columns: Limit state method. compression and tension and to enable them to design such elements. Module 3 (15 hours) Behaviour and design of one way and two way slabs-Continuous slabs-analysis using method recommended by BIS -arrangements of reinforcement in slabs.permissible stresses-factor of safety – behaviour of R.Menon. Tata McGraw Hill publishing company Ltd. Stair cases-introduction to different types-design of simply supported flights-cantilever steps. (I. 3. Module 1 (12 hours) Working stress method: Introduction. shear.S 456. & D.S 875. Park R and Pauloy T. Analysis and Design. Theory of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular sections in flexure-design of simply supported and flanged beams. Theory of singly and doubly reinforced beams.C beams –assumptions-under reinforced –over reinforced and balanced sections. References 1. I. Detailed drawing in drawing sheets not required.CE010 503 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES – I Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week. Unnikrishna Pillai S. Tata McGraw Hill .

Reinforced concrete. Varghese P.S Bhavikatti.International Publishing house Pvt. Design of Reinforced concrete structures. 8. Reinforced concrete.. Limit state design of Reinforced concrete. Oxford & IBH Publishing company. New Chand & Bose.K.C. 5.. Printice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. S. I. Mallick S. Ashok .Limit state design.K. 7.Publishing company Ltd. 6.Ltd . Jain.K.

plasticity chart. determination of field density by core cutter and sand replacement method.porosity .constant head and falling head test .void ratio .degree of saturation . The objective of the course is to present different laws and principles of Soil Mechanics so that the strength and settlement of the foundation soil can be evaluated.field identification of soils.UU.proctor test and modified proctor test concept of OMC and Max. critical hydraulic gradient .specific gravity unit weight relationships. Simple soil properties: three phase systems .water system classification of soil water .effect of compaction on soil properties . CD and CD tests .control of compaction. Module 3 (10 Hours) Shear strength: Shear strength parameters .choice of test conditions for field problems measurement of pore pressure-critical void ratio and liquefaction.permeability of stratified deposits.quick sand condition .flownet diagram for isotropic and anisotropic soils . specific gravity.analysis. Classification of soils: Principles of classification .Activity .capillarity of soils .principles of effective stress.= 0 analysis and c . triaxial.CE010 504 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – I Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: Geotechnical Engineering is one of the important disciplines of Civil Engineering involving the study of behaviour and engineering properties of soil. Stability of slopes: types of failures of soil slopes .factors affecting .sensitivity and thixotropy Module 4 (12 Hours) Compaction: Objects of compaction . Seepage of soils: seepage pressure. classification .moisture content . unconfined and vane shear tests.factors affecting compaction .Drainage conditions . S.of compaction .Zero air void line .Analysis of finite slopes only-Swedish circle method .Mohr’s circle – Mohr Coulomb strength theory -direct.Atterberg limits and indices . . dry density . . grain size analysis by sieve. Module 2 (13 Hours) Permeability of soils: Darcy’s law . Laboratory and field identification of soils: Determination of water content. soil. -Taylor’s stability number and stability charts . Module 1 (15 Hours) Soil formation and soil types: Residual soil and transported soil-Soil structureBasic structural units of clay minerals.I.field methods-. hydrometer analysis .

Nai Sarak.settlement analysis.. 3.square root time and log time . Numerical Problems. S. Soil Mechanics.fitting methods . Arora K. 4. New Delhi.time factor . V. K. 2. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics. Khanna Publishers. John Wiely Publications 7.coefficient of consolidation . N. Lambe & Whitman. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.degree of consolidation . References 1. C. Laxshmi Publications.Rao. . 6. Orient LongMan Publishers. Distributors. 5.normally loaded and pre loaded deposits . Murthy V.S .pressure relationship concept of coefficient of compressibility . Delhi. Examples and Objective Questions in Geotechnical Engineering. Standard Publishers.Module 5 (10 Hours) Compressibility and consolidation of soils: void ratio . Gopal Ranjan and A ..calculation of void ratio . R. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.height of solids methods and change in void ratio method . Garg. Punmia B.S.R .determination of preconsolidation pressure .coefficient of volume change and compression index . New Age International Publishers. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.Terzaghi’s theory of one dimensional consolidation time rate of consolidation . Narasimha Rao and Venkatramaiah. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.

and quantity survey method. Charator Anand.development method . Module 3 (12 hours.methods of calculating depreciation straight line method .) Preparation of specification for common materials of construction and its items of works with reference to IS specifications.reinforcement works. Preparation of bar bending schedule for R. Dutta. Pointing. flooring . Schedule of rates. RCC Works.cost of materials at site. rate.different methods-Preparation of detailed estimates and abstracts for RCC Single storey buildings .head loads .valuation based on profit .Methods of measurements of building and civil engineering . sinking fund method .explanation of terms .constant percentage method. Methods of valuation of property . Lucknow 4.1968 . I.S: 1200. Estimating & costing.rental method . PWD Data Book 3. Columns – T. laterite work. mortars. stone works.material value.freehold and lease hold purchase .preparation of conveyance statement. brick works.depreciation method. Module 4 (12 hours) Analysis of rates for earth works.Beams. Methods of valuation of land . wood works . Rangawala S. References 1.S Dutta & Company.) Purpose of estimates. KPWD 2. Footings. form work. Credit: 4 Objective To make the students proficient in preparing the rates and thereby adapting them to estimate the entire project.direct comparison with capital cost . plastering.comparative method abstractive method. years purchase . works such as beams and slabs.different types. Cost of materials at source different types of conveyance and rates .C. Module 5 (10 hours) Valuation .R C. Delhi 5. Estimating and costing. Module 1 & 2 (26 Hours.valuation based on cost .depreciation . C..CE010 505 QUANTITY SURVEYING AND VALUATION Teaching Scheme 3 hours lecture and 1hour tutorial per week.

University Examination Pattern Module1&2 Quantity calculation-4 items 4x10 marks Module 3 Specification of any 4 items or conveyance statement as per PW D norms and cost of any 6 materials at source 4x5 marks Module 4 Rate analysis of any two items 2x10 marks Module 5 Problem connected with depreciation of cost 2x10 marks Note:-choice should be given to questions from all the 5 modules .

Matrix Structural Analysis. Force method of analysis of indeterminate structures . Rubinstein – Matrix Computer Analysis of Structures. Weaver &Gere. 3.. 5. Module 3 (14 hours) Matrix methods: Stiffness method-stiffness-equilibrium equation Direct stiffness method .shape functions References 1.CE 010 506 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I Teaching scheme: 3hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: To study the force and displacement methods of structural analysis of indeterminate structures . Module 1 (12 hours) Indeterminate structures. 1969.L. Matrix Analysis of Structures. Structural Analysis Vol. I.static indeterminacy Method of consistent deformation. . Chennai. Moshe F. Reddy C.1996.structure stiffness matrix-assembly of structure stiffness matrix from element stiffness matrix-equivalent joint load – incorporation of boundary conditions –analysis of beams and pin-jointed frames. Module 4 (10 hours) Flexibility method: Flexibility –compatibility equation-flexibility influence coefficients – force transformation matrix-flexibility matrix-analysis of beams & frames (rigid and pin-jointed).Prentice Hall. the influence line diagrams and an introduction to Finite Element Method. Narosa. Clapyron’ s theorem of three moments. Module 5 (12hours) Finite element method: Introduction to FEM-Historical development-Idealization of actual structures.analysis of continuous beams & portal frames (with sway and without sway).force and displacement methods of structural analysis. Meek J. Structural Analysis..1&II.Boundary conditions. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Basic Structural Analysis.analysis of fixed and continuous beams Module 2 (12 hours) Displacement method of analysis: Kinematic indeterminacy Slope deflection method-fundamental equations-analysis of continuous beams & portal frames (with sway and without sway) Moment distribution method . General procedure of FEA-Displacement approach .S.Devdas Menon.S .1971. Vol. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. 2. 6. Bhavikatti S. East West Press. McGraw Hill. 4.

8. Introductory Structural Analysis. Macmillian Pub.1968. McGrawHill.7.R. Computational Structural Mechanics. Khanna Publishers. McGraw Hill.S. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis.1984. &Sons. 15. R. 9. Norris & Wilbur. Prentice Hall of India. Pezemieniecki. John Wiley &Sons.B.Cook. 20. Structural Analysis. Theory of Matrix Structural Analysis. 16.D.. Finite Element Analysis. S. 1993. Vol.C.Finite Element Method.G.. Sadhu Sindh. C..New Delhi.O C Zienkiewicz... 1984 12. fourth Edition. Junarker S. 1987. Tata McGraw Hill .1985. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. J. Smith J..1993.. Wang C.Rajasekharan.G. 2001.& Solomon C. Matrix Finite Element Computer and Structural Analysis. Seeli F.K. Finite Element Analysis. McGraw Hill Co. Mechanics of Structures. Mukhopadhyay M.Krishnamoorthy. 1988. 14. 13.P. 19. Wheeler Publishing Co. Elementary Structural Analysis. II.&Smith J. Strength of Materials. 10. 11.Co. Oxford & IBH.. Charorbar Book Stall.McGraw Hill. 17. . John Wiley &Sons.S. Rajesekharan & Sankarasubramanian.

Solution of quadratic equations b .CE010 507COMPUTING TECHNIQUES LAB Teaching Scheme 3 hours Practical per week. and power point. pointers and files in accordance with syllabus of C like. a. Tata Mc Graw Hill. 2. 5. List of Experiments: 1. Programming with C. V. Balaguruswamy. Windows. Functions f. Y. The C programming language. Linux etc. Familiarization of computer hardware. Ritchie. Kern Ingham . bills etc.Preparation of mark lists of students. peripherals and network components. Programming with C. . 2. Commands for use of files and directives. 3. String manipulations h. structures. MS Excel. Programming in C. Prentice Hall. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Familiarization with packages like MS Word. Credit: 2 . arrays.Preparation of conversion tables c. Study of operating systems like DOS. 4. 3. Programming examples related to control statements. using structures j. Kenetker. Input and out using files k. Summation of series d. Objective: To make the students aware of recent application softwares and to develop programming skills in C language. functions. Rajaraman. Arrays manipulation e. Recursive functions g. Simple programs of linked lists and command lime arguments References 1. Let us C. BPB Publications. Matrix operations i. Byron S Gottfried.

CE010 508 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY Teaching Scheme 3 hours practical per week. Proctor’s compaction tests (light and heavy). Standard Publishers. 4. Punmia B. 8. C. Gopal Ranjan and A . New Age International Publishers. Unconfined Compression test. Credit:2 Objective: To practice the different experiments for determination of index properties and strength of soil and to develop confidence in students to assess the suitability of soil for various construction activities List of Experiments: 1. Arora K. Laxshmi Publications. 4. Consolidation test.S . 3. R. Distributors. New Delhi. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics. water content and particle size distribution by hydrometer method / pipette method. 3. Examples and Objective Questions in Geotechnical Engineering. References 1.. Orient LongMan Publishers. 2. Narasimha Rao and Venkatramaiah. Determination of Atterberg limits. Numerical Problems. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.R . Vane shear Test. 9. Permeability tests for cohesive and cohesionless soil. 7. Determination of specific gravity. 10. V. Triaxial shear test. Determination of field density of soil by sand replacement method and core cutter method. . Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Study on Collection and Field Identification of Soil and Sampling Techniques. 5.. 11. Direct shear test. 6.Rao. 2.

(Design examples based on Limit state method only.S specifications –Design PhilosophiesWorking stress method and Limit state method . Part 2.K. IS 875. Module 1 (12 hours) Loading standards . Design of steel structures. Design of steel structures .S Bhavikatti.IS 6533 Part 1.built up columns-moment resisting connections . Design of steel structures.Ltd. Module 5 (11 hours) Chimneys.K. breech opening.axial and eccentric loading . Laxmi publications. Design of steel structures Vol.analysis and design of supporting towers. Module 3 (15 hours) Water tanks – rectangular and circular steel tanks – connections .Steel Tables) 2.CE010 601 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: To familiarize the fundamental aspects of structural behaviour and design of steel structures satisfying the requirements such as safety. Duggal. Design of steel structures.) Note: Only Sketches required.Tata Mc Graw-Hill 6. Detailed drawing in drawing sheets not required References 1.design of columns .I.column base .feasibility and economy of steel structures.Punmia.introduction . 4.short and long columns . Module 4 (10 hours) Light gauge steel structures .slab base . 5.design of simple and compound beams . IS 805.Oxford University Press 3.local buckling stiffened and multiple stiffened elements – Design of beams with lateral supports only. Subramanian N.laterally supported and unsupported. S. Delhi.gusseted base. base plate.S structural sections . I.S.( Design of self supporting chimney only.self supporting and guyed – stresses in chimneys – design of chimney stack.lacing and battening . B. Ramchandra.types . connections and foundations.design of tension members –bolted and and welded connections . ) Module 2 (12 hours) Compression members .I. .C.type of sections . Relevant IS Codes. IS 801.International Publishing house Pvt. I & II. IS 811. (IS 800-2007 . Standard book house.

Pressure bulb. theoretical and practical approach to calculate the bearing capacities of different foundations and the design of various sub structural elements. Stress Distribution: Boussinesque's equations for vertical pressure due to point loads.shallow and deep foundation ..causes of settlement . borings (auger boring and wash boring).CE010 602 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – II Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: Civil Engineer has many diverse and important encounters with soil.Functions of foundation . earth retaining structures . Earth pressure at rest .permissible.Planning – Stages of Explorations. Settlement analysis: Distribution of contact pressure.test pits.excavations. active and passive. line load and uniformly loaded circular area. Module 4 (12 Hours) Foundation: General consideration .estimation of immediate and consolidation settlement . Module 1 (12 Hours) Site investigation and Soil exploration: Objectives . Footings: Design of individual.Newmark charts and their use.assumptions and limitations .Rehban’s and Culman’s graphical methods. Rankine's and Coulomb's theories of cohesion less and cohesive soils .different types of foundation -Selection of type of foundation-steps involved.Bore log .vibroflotation and sand drains.sub surface soundings ( standard penetration and cone penetration ) geophysical methods (seismic refraction and electrical resistivity methods) –Samplesdisturbed and undisturbed samples -sampling tools. The objective of the course is to make the students aware of various soil investigation methods.pavements .footings .Iinfluence of surcharge and water table. Sheeting and bracings in excavations.Wetergaard’s equation for point loads-appriximate methods of stress distribution. continuous and combined footings .ultimate and allowable .Location of water table. embankments and dams. Sheet Piles: Common types of sheet Piles – Uses of sheet pile walls Module 3 (12 Hours) Bearing capacity: Definitions . Module 2 (12 Hours) Earth Pressure: General & local State of plastic equilibrium.Terzaghi’s and Skempton’s analysis .Soil profile .bearing capacity factors and charts . total and differential settlement .Depth and spacing of borings-Methods of explorations.bearing capacity from building codes and SPT valuesMethods of improving bearing capacity .plate load test .effect of water table . The knowledge of soil Mechanics is helpful in the design of foundations. .methods of reducing differential settlement.

Caissons: Open. 2. Note: Structural design of foundations is not contemplated in this course. R.design procedure – floating foundation.bearing capacity equations .proportioning footings for equal settlement. McGraw Hills Publishing Company. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company.Wiley Eastern Limited 5. 4. C Punmia.N. Standard Publishers .Laxmi Publications. Distributors. Ninan P. W.Classification of piles .Text book of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Peck. F. 8. B. Foundation Engineering Hand Book.Prentice Hall of India 6. Foundation Analysis and Design. Foundation Engineering. Pile foundation: Uses of piles . V. Murthy. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering.Determination of load carrying capacity of axially loaded single vertical pile (static & dynamic formulae) -Pile load tests . Joseph E. Winterkorn & Hsai Yang Fang.C. Hans. Hansen & Thornburn.Soli Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Arora K.Group action & pile spacings Settlement of pile group. Module 5 (12 Hours) Raft foundation: Types of rafts.subjected to eccentric loading . Kurian. construction details of well foundation . Foundation Design. Tata McGraw Hills Publishing Company. and pneumatic caissons. 7. Teng.Bowles. 3.problems of well sinking. References 1. Modern Foundations.Negative skin friction .CBS Publishers . box.S.

Inertia force. Frames under vertical loading –substitute frame method. Timoshenko S. Theory of Elasticity. Module 2 (12 hours) Approximate methods of frame analysis: Frames under lateral loading-portal method – cantilever method. .stress tensorequilibrium Equations .Airy’s stress functions Module 5 (12 hours) Introduction to Structural Dynamics-Dynamic systems and loads-Free or natural vibrations-Natural Frequency. Advanced Mechanics of Solids.equivalent spring stiffness of combination of springs References 1. Module 1 (10 hours) Plastic theory – ductility of steel.plastic bending of beams. S.compatibility equations. 3.plane stresses .plane strain – compatibility equations in two dimensional cases. Module 4 (14 hours) Elementary theory of elasticity: State of stress at point. McGraw Hill. Strength of Materials.principal stresses-strain components – strain tensor.-D’Alembert’s principleMathematical modeling of single degree of freedom systems. Tata McGraw Hill Education P.evaluation of fully plastic moment – plastic hinge – load factor – method of limit analysis. Sreenath L.. 1988. Khanna Publishers. Sadhu Sindh. Space frames – tension coefficients-tension coefficient method applied to space frames Module 3 (12 hours) Kani’s method-continuous beams & frames (without sway only).P.collapse load for beams and portal frames.CE010 603 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II Teaching scheme 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: To equip the students with the comprehensive methods of structural analysis of indeterminate structures To give an introduction to Theory of Elasticity and Structural Dynamics. Ltd. Influence line diagrams for statically indeterminate structures: Muller Breslau’ s principle-Influence lines for reactions-shear force-bending moment-propped cantilever& two span continuous beams. 2.basic theorems.boundary condition equations Two dimensional problems.stresses on arbitrary plane.

Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. William Leigh. V. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. 6. 9. John Wiley & Sons. 10. 2008. Mario Paz. Ane Books Pvt. Theory of Structures. Ameen A. 7. Dynamics of structures. 12. Narosa Publishers. . 1993.S .C. 8.. Punmia. Structural Analysis. Hyderabad. Khanna Publishers. II. New Delhi.Manicka Selvam. Elementary Structural Dynamics. Kogabusha Ltd. Vazirani & Ratwani. Computational Elasticity. Mc Graw Hill.K. Springler.B. Universal Press Ltd. Seeli F. 5.&Smith J.. Structural Analysis Vol. II.4. 1997. Dhanpat Rai Publications Pvt. Analysis of Structures. Structural Dynamics.Ltd. Madhujith Mukopathyay. Vol.P. New Delhi. 11. 13. Joseph Penzien. Prakash Rao D. Bhavikatti S. Structural Dynamics. Ray W Clough.S. Ltd. Laxmi Publishers. B. vibrations&systems.

technologies Railway track: Alignment.Functions and types .comparison and characteristics of highway and railway. wharves. Module 5 (10 hours) Dock Engineering: Docks . ventilation .CE010 604 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING .Typical cross section . slip ways.basic requirements and factors affecting selection.I Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: To gain an in-depth knowledge on operating characteristics of facilities such as railways and water transportation Module 1(15 hours) Introduction: Transportation modes .types .tunnel surveying alignment.gradients . elevated and tube railways.light houses. compressed air method. Module 4 (15 hours) Harbour Engineering: Harbours – classification. transferring centre.Compensation of gradients. design principles.different types . transit sheds and warehouses . piers. Tunnel lining. general study of quays. dock entrances and caissons. radius – super elevation cant deficiency . Module 2 (10 hours) Railway operation and control: Points and Crossings – Design features of a turn out – Details of station yards and marshalling yards – Signaling.transition curves . jetties.necessity and functions. grade into tunnel – tunnel driving procedure shield method of tunneling. signals . Component parts of a railway track .sections . alignment. Type of rail sections. wear and creep of rails . high speed tracks . rail fastenings.classification .Moorings .lighting and drainage of tunnels. Modern developments – Surface.dry docks. Dredging – functions - .Rails – functions and requirements. requirements.coning of wheels. winds and waves in the location and design of harbours. Train resistances and evaluation of hauling capacity and tractive effort of locomotive.Control systems of train movements – ATC. forces acting on break water – construction.requirements and functions . features. tunnel boring machine. Break waters . wet docks – form and arrangement of basins and docks – design and construction – dock entrances floating dry docks. light rail transit. Geometric design of railway track: Horizontal curves. CTC – track circuiting Module 3 (10 hours) Tunnel Engineering: Tunnel . classification. interlocking of signals and points .Principles of track circuiting .navigational aids .

general study of dipper dredger, grapple dredger, ladder dredger and hydraulic dredger. References 1. Rao G. V, Principles of Transportation and Highway Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Mundrey J. S, Railway Track Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill 3. S.C. Rangawala, Railway Engineering, Charotor Publishing House 4. S. C Saxena and S. P Arora., Railway Engineering, Dhanpat rai & Sons 5. Subhash C. Saxena, Railway Engineering, Dhanpat rai & Sons 6. R. Srinivasan, Harbour, Dock & Tunnel Engineering, Charotor Publishing House 7. S.P.Bindra, A course in docks and Harbour Engineering, Dhanpat rai & Sons

CE010 605 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
Teaching scheme: 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits:4

Objective : Students are expected to realize the importance of water resources and its application in irrigation engineering. Module 1 (15 hours) Irrigation: Definition-necessity of irrigation - environmental effects of irrigation - sources of water - irrigation systems- lift and flow irrigation – modes of irrigation layout of irrigation schemes -historical development of irrigation in India through ages. Soil-water-plant relation – water requirement for crop -optimum moisture for crop growth - depth of water and frequency of irrigation -crop seasons and important crops in India. Crop period and base period - duty,delta and their relationship - factors affecting duty - commanded areas and intensity of irrigation. Consumptive use of water evapotranspiration -determination of consumptive use - irrigation efficiencies. Module 2 (15 hours) Basic concepts of hydrology: Hydrological cycle and its components - rainfall rain gauge- mean precipitation over a catchment area - run off - factors affecting runoff - hydrograph - direct run off and base flow - unit hydrograph - S. hydrograph – applications of unit hydrograph. Estimation of runoff: Empirical formula, infiltration method, rational method flood estimation - flood frequency, unit hydrograph method and empirical formula. Module 3 (15 hours) Ground water: Definitions- porosity - specific yield - specific retention - storage coefficient-coefficient of permeability and transmissibility. Ground water velocity- Darcy's equation - flow towards wells - Dupit's theory of aquifers. Wells-shallow wells - deep wells - yield of an open well - constant level pumping test and recuperation test - tube wells - strainer, cavity and slotted tube wells- factors governing the selection of site and type of tube wells. Infiltration galleries and wells. Module 4 (15 hours) Flow irrigation: canal system - classification of canals and their alignment requirements of a good distribution system-balancing depth - section of canal. Design of canals in alluvial soils - silt theories - non silting and non scouring velocity. Kennedy's theory -Lacey's theory - design of unlined canal using the two theories in alluvial soils - bed load and suspended load - canal outlets requirements of good canal outlets - non modular - semi modular - modular outlets. Module 5 (12 hours ) Reservoir planning: Investigation - selection of site - storage zones in a

reservoir - mass inflow curve - demand curve - calculation of reservoir capacity and safe yield from mass inflow curve - reservoir sedimentation - reservoir sediment control - single purpose reservoirs - multi purpose reservoirs - useful life of a reservoir. River training works: guide banks, groynes and marginal bunds – flood control - causes - methods of flood control - principles of flood routing. Soil conservation: water logging and its control - reclamation of salt affected land. References 1. P.M.Modi, Irrigation-water recourses and water power, Standard book house, Delhi. 2. S.K Garg, Irrigation and hydraulic structures, Khanna Publishers, Delhi 3. R.K.Linsley, M.A.Kholar&J.L.H.Paulhur, Hydrology for Engineers, Mc Grawhill bookco., New York. 4. Bharat Singer, Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering. 5. V.B.Priyani, Irrigation and Waterpower Engg, Charota Book stall Anand. 6. Dr.B.C.Punmia&Dr.Pande.B.B.Lal, Irrigation & Water Power Engineering, Laxmi Publications

T and Gurnay R. 5.atmospheric effects on remote sensing. “Introduction to remote sensing”. McGraw Hills. Freeman and company.application of aerial photo interpretation-photographs versus maps. 2.stereoscopy. “Principles of remote sensing”. Thomas M.oceanography.radiation sources-interference.principles and methods of remote sensing. B. London. “Elements of photogrammetry”. Kiefer.multi concepts in remote sensing.interpretation of satellite images.geometry of photographs – parallax .land use mapping and monitoring. Chapman and Hall. Module 2 (12 Hours) Arial photogrammetry: Definition.advantages of multi date and multi band images. John Wiley Sons. Sabins.pair of photographs.height determination. Longman..electro-magnetic radiation and spectrum. Module 5 (12 Hours) Applications: Applications in water resources management.geology. Wolf P.soil sciences. London.J.CE010 606L01 ADVANCED SURVEYING (ELECTIVE I) Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week. Module 3 (12 Hours) Remote sensing: Introduction and definition of remote sensing terminology. “Remote sensing and image interpretation”. 4. 3. “Remote sensing principles and interpretation”. Module 1(12 Hours) Total station surveying-study of instrument-measurement of parameters-methods of surveyingtransferring data-software’s-auto plotter-plotting (assignment).agriculture.types of photographs. Floyd F.flight planning. Credit:4 . Campbell J.atmospheric window –energy interaction with surface features-different types of platforms.ground truth collection and interpretation and verification. J. Module 4 (12 Hours) Interpretation of images: Aerial photo interpretation – basic elements -techniques of photo interpretation. 6.sensors and their characteristics-orbital parameters of a satellite. Curran P. Lillesand & Raiph W. The Guilford press.. Objective: To make the students aware of the advanced methods of surveying.”Remote sensing in hydrology”. References 1..forestry . Engmen E.R.

computation by Bresse's method and the simplified step method. Wave Transformations –shoaling. Credit:4 Objective: To develop theoretical and practical knowledge on open channel flow and to acquire basic knowledge on Ocean Engineering and related applications. storm surge.use of jump as an energy dissipater. Control of jump by sills . .specific energy .friction slope .loss of head .stilling basins Module 4( 12 Hours) Water waves .classification into periodic oscillatory.CE010 606L02 OPEN CHANNEL AND COASTAL HYDRAULICS (ELECTIVE . uniformly progressive.normal depth and its computation-conveyance – section factor .-factions affecting roughness coefficient.expression for the celerity of deep water gravity wave and shallow water gravity wave . Module 2( 12 Hours) Non-uniform flow . Module 5( 12 Hours) Long period waves-astronomical tide-tsunami.specific force diagram – critical flow .sequent depths .differential equation of non-uniform flow types of surface profiles . Ocean waves – Introduction-characteristics-classification based on wave period.the point of control . solitary and stationary waves.SMB method.section factor -hydraulic exponent for critical flow computation and its use for trapezoidal channel-Application of specific energy and specific force in open channel . climatologic effects. basin oscillations.refraction. Module 1(12 Hours) Open channel flow-Definition-Importance-Classification of flows Uniform flow.determination of the wave length and celerity for any water depth given the deep water wave amount as wave energy (no proof). periodic progressive.reflection-diffraction –wave breaking (description only.Module 3( 12 Hours) Hydraulic jump . Small amplitude wave theory .dimensionless equation of the jump .the jump at the foot of a spillway .1) Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week.criteria for the formation of a jump .Resistance equation-Chezy’s and Manning’s equation-roughness coefficient. geologic effects(description only) Wave forecasting . Coastal erosion with special reference to the Kerala Coast .

Ippen. Open Channel hydraulics. Peechi. Sorensen. Estuary and Coast line Hydrodynamics 4. K. R. References 1. A. Hydraulic of Steady Flow in Open Channels 2.Posey. groynes and beach nourishment.J. E. Open Channel Flow 3. I. I. Coastal Engineering Publications 5. Mc Graw Hill 6. F.Woodword. V.Shore protection measures – break waters of different types-sea walls – tetrapods.M. Chow. N.M. C. Basic coastal engineering. S. Robert . T. John Willey & Sons . Henderson.

taxiways and aprons.CE010 606 L03 AIRPORT ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE I) Credits 4 Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Objective: To understand the various aspects of air transportation and airport operation and design..airport markings . Arora.balanced field concept . . Robert Horenjeff & Francis X McKelvy.regional planning – airport architecture – environmental considerations Module 2 (12 hours) Runway design – orientation .zoning laws .Terminal area – planning and design – passenger flow – size of apron – apron turntable .structure and organization –.geometric design . C. M. S.loading aprons .separation clearances – visual aids .selection of site – surveys – drawings to be prepared .Air traffic control – flight rules .clear zone and turning zone . taxiways . Jain. Rangwala. Charotar Publishing Co.Airport lighting .holding aprons . References .Airport planning – components of airport system – airport planning studies – elements of study – forecasting . Khanna. G.lighting of runways approaches. Planning and design of airports.K.Aircraft characteristics – classification of airports Airport obstructions .service station – Air Traffic Control network – aids for the control of air traffic – automation in air traffic control Module 4 (11 hours) Airport pavements – design factors – design methods for flexible and rigid pavements – CBR method – McLoad method – Burmister method – Analytical method –design charts – Load Classification Number System – Joints in cement concrete pavements Module 5 (10 hours) Taxiway design .basic runway length and corrections required .hangars – protection from jet blast Module 3 (12 hours) Airport capacity – capacity and delay – runway capacity related to and not related to delay . S. S. Airport Engg. 3.levels – methodologies – extrapolation methods – market analysis models – forecasting requirements – applications Aero plane component parts .S. Module 1 (15 hours) Introduction – history of air transport . Mc Graw Hill. Nem Chand Publishers 2. 1. Airport Planning & Design.marking of runways.windrose and layout of runways .

Module 3 (12Hours)  Torsion – Torsion of prismatic bar – General solution – Warping function approaches – St. To understand the limitations of the ordinary formula of Strength of materials and to extend the subject to include a variety of important topics more complex than those usually involved in earlier courses. Srinath L. Venant’s theory – Membrane analogy – Sand heap analogy – Torsion of Non Circular sections – Torsion of multi cell and thin walled open and closed sections.Bach formula – Equivalent area methods – Circumferential stress in curved beams having.T or similar cross sections – Closed ring with circumferential load and uniform loads – Chain links. 2. Tata McGraw– Hill Publishing Company Ltd. S. Tata Mcgraw Hill International Student Edition. N. Khanna Publishers. References:– 1. Timoshenko S P and Goodier J. 3.CE010 606L04 ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (ELECTIVE-1) Teaching Scheme Credit:4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week.. Delhi. Objective To review and make more useful methods and results presented in the previous courses on Mechanics of materials. Module 4 (11Hours) Curved flexural members – Winkler. Module 2 (13Hours) Two dimensional problems – Plane stress and plain strain – Transformation equations – Stress–strain relations – Equilibrium equations in cartesian and polar co-ordinates – Airy’s stress function – Biharmonic Equilibrium – 2D problems in Cartesian coordinate – Cantilever with concentrated load at free end – Simply supported beam with uniformly distributed load. . I. Module 5 (11Hours) Beam on Elastic foundation – General theory – Infinite beam subjected to concentrated load – Beam with uniformly distributed loads – Short beams. New Delhi. Theory of elasticity. Theory of Elasticity. Sadhu Singh. Advanced mechanics of solids. Module 1 (13 Hours) Basic concepts – Body force – Surface force – Stresses and strains – Three dimensional stresses and strains – Transformation equations of 3D stresses and strains – Principal stresses & strains – States of stresses and strain – Equilibrium equations – Generalised Hooke’s Law – Compatibility Conditions – Boundary conditions.

4. Hetenyi. Beam on elastic foundation . John Wiley & Sons. 5. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. Arthur P Boresi & Omar M SideBottom.

I) Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: Concrete technology is one of the important disciplines of Civil Engineering involving the study of engineering properties and behaviour of concrete. Module 1(13 hours) Concrete materials: cement: Bough’s chemical compositions.factors affecting . Impact value.methods of controlling sulphate attack.factors affecting modulus of elasticity – Strength of concrete: w/c ratio .Physical.requirements.maturity concept of concrete .quality control. Grading of aggregate.transportation .CE010 606L05 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE .Non distructive testing of concrete.General requirement. IS specification. sugar etc. Module 4 (12 hours) Durability of concrete: . size . Voids in HCP. Abrasion value.IS methods . Module 2 (12 hours) Fresh Concrete: Workability . shape and texture.comparison of cuube test and cylinder test .measurement of workability different tests for workability .creep .process of manufacture of concrete .action of organic acids. Structure of Hydrated cement paste (HCP).admixtures in concrete . .gel/space ratio . Dimensional stability and Durability. Water: . on hard concrete .curing of concrete curing methods .compaction . Specific gravity.mixing .relation between compressive and tensile strength . .mean strength . Aggregates crushing strength.bleeding . Quality.Significance of transition zone.effect of maximum size of aggregate on strength .thermal properties of concrete . mineral oils. Water in HCP.Batching .segregation .revibration high speed slurry mixing .ACI methods . Phases of concrete. Flakiness index.shrinkage .Gain of strength with age. Aggregates: .Damp proofing agents . Chemical. Testing of Hardened concrete.Accelerators – Retarders -workability agents .air entraining agents .accelerated curing tests . Hydration – Product of hydration.factors affecting. Elongation Index. Alkali aggregate reaction.Strength of transition zone and Influence of transition zone. flexural strength . Structure property relationship in HCP: Strength.Indirect tension test methods -concrete mix design . Additives. Structure of transition zone . Test for properties of cement.Fire resistance cracks in concrete–Remedies.sulphate attack . Relevance and IS specification.characteristic compressive strength . Durability of concrete in sea water . Solids in HCP. Module 3 (12 hours) Elastic properties of Concrete . Transition Zone in concrete:.Miscellaneous admixtures .

R Santhakumar-Concrete Technology.fine concrete. M.Ferrocement. References 1.special concrete . A.polymer concrete polymer impregnated concrete .properties of polymer concrete .fibre reinforced concrete . A. Shetty.artificial .no .Sulphur infilterated concrete .natural . Concrete Technology 2. Concrete Technologyeferences: 4.high density concrete .Module 5 (11 hours) Special aggregates: light weight .cold Weather concreting. Krishna Raju N.Oxford University Press . Neville.S. Properties of concrete 3.M.polymer cement concrete . hot weather concreting .special concreting methods .

Foundation analysis and Design.Taylor’ s stability chartBishop’ s method.R.Winterkorn and Hsai Yang Fang Foundation Engineering handbook Van Nostrand Reinhold Company 2. Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Credit:4 Objective: Slope stability problem like. Module 2 (12 hrs. Gopal Ranjan and A.instrumentation.stabilization measures.S. Bowles E. 3.F.CE010 606L06 SOIL STABILITY ANALYSIS (ELECTIVE .quick sand condition.Laplace’ s equations for two dimensional flow. Module 3 (12 hrs.ground shakingliquefaction-ground deformations-seismic provisions in building codes Module 5 (12 hrs.Rao Basic and applied Soil mechanics New Age International Publishing Company 4.) Ground water seepage. Module 4 (12 hrs.) Earthquake effects on soil foundation system: earth quakes.Swedish circle method.) Stability of earth slopes-modes of slope stability.) Landslides: Introduction. Donald.) Underpinning: Introduction-reasons-pit underpinning-pile underpinning-driven underpinning piles-shoring-special underpinning methods-moving structures References 1. The objective of the course is to make the students aware of various causes of failures of slopes and study the remedial measures .analysis of slope stability problems.P.Coduto Geotechnical Engineering –Principlesand practices. classification and analysis of landslides-investigation of landslides-instrumentation-methods of preventing landslides. Module 1 (12 hrs.movements associated with landslides-causes of landslides-consequences. Prentice Hall India .slides.J.Friction circle method.1) Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week.flows and falls often produce extensive property damage and therefore geotechnical engineers frequently need to evaluate the stability of existing slopes and proposed slopes.confined and unconfined flow-seepage in anisotropic soil conditions-piping-design of filters.construction of flownets. Hans.

Local visit and preparation of sketches Functional requirements of buildings – Different functional units of a building. clearance from electric lines.Detailing-layers.copy.CE010 607 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING LAB Teaching Scheme 3 hours practical per week Credit: 2 Objective To provide familiarity with functional requirements and regulations related to buildings and to enable students to prepare neat building drawings with CAD software so as to minimize effort and maximize output. References 1.rendering. 3D modeling techniques. Public buildings complete in all aspect including layout plan.hatch Inquiry –area. Reference manual of the package. pan. Exposure to 3D studio and 3D Max A term project submitted individually and suitable for submitting to local bodies for approval incorporating local building rules and NBC provisions is compulsory for external evaluation. Head room.addition and subtraction of 3d objects. surface modeling. 3D face. Study of building plans (Residential / Commercial / Public buildings / Office/Flats / Cottages etc.viewpoint. Public.Drawing units.scale. Offices.block. elevation.ltscale. . Shading . Height.Requirements regarding Area. ) sanctioned by local authority. details/specifications/joinery and site plan taken in standard scale with title block. Public amenities.Concept of 3D drawing. Width of passage way.Advantages of CAD over manual drafting. Provision and location of septic Tankclearance from well. Elevation and thickness . Specifications for drawings Preparation of 3D drawings.. redraw) Productivity toolsmirror. Residential.array. section. dimension Plotting.linetype.color. surface revolution. Preparation of 2D drawing. Exposure to different categories of building (Private.wire modeling. real-time 3D rotation. Familiarity with norms in National Building Code and local building rules. Clubs/Recreational buildings etc.Features of CAD software-menus and tool bars-Concept of drawing in true size.Controlling display-(zoom. Lighting. Parking. Assignments:. Setback.Submission of neat dimensioned line sketches from local visit Collection and study of approved building plan Preparing an Elevation for given plans Preparing Plans based on requirements of clients. regeneration.Drawing toolsEditing tools. Flats. Ventilation. Residential. Application of CAD to Civil Engineering Drawing with emphasis on architectural appearance.

Building Drawing and Detailing. Sham Tickoo.2. 4. 5. Sham Tickoo. Tata McGraw Hill. SPADES Calicut. Building Drawing. Shah & Kale. Auto CAD2002 with applications. Balgopal T. 6. 3. .S. Tata McGraw Hill.Prabhu. Understanding Auto CAD2002. Tata McGraw Hill. National building code of India.

d) Bulk density and percentage voids of coarse aggregate. Compression tests on Laterite blocks 10. 2. a) Standard consistency. Study of a) Strain measurements using electrical resistance. 7. Tests on cement. b) Water absorption. Credits: 2 References . a) Compressive strength. Tests on hardened concrete. d) Soundness. 3. e) Flexural strength. c) Efflorescence. c) Bulking of fine aggregate. Tests on fresh concrete. Tests on flooring tiles. e) Fineness. 8. Tests on RC beam 5. 4. Tests on aggregates. initial and final setting time. b) Water absorption. 6. Tests on roofing tiles. a) Aggregate crushing value for coarse aggregate. a) Transverse strength. b) Water absorption. c) Splitting tensile strength. d) Flow table test. c) Vee-Bee test. c) Specific gravity. b) Compressive strength of concrete cylinder. 9. b) Specific gravity of coarse and fine aggregate. d) Modulus of elasticity. a) Compressive strength of concrete cubes. a) Compaction factor test.II Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Objective: To study properties of concrete and its various constituent materials. b) Nondestructive test on concrete. c) Abration tests.strain gauges.CE010 608 MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY . Note All tests should be done as per relevant BIS. e) Grain size analysis of coarse and fine aggregate. Tests on bricks. e) Ball penetration test. 1. b) Compressive strength of mortar cubes. a) Transverse strength. b) Slump test.

S.R.Chennai.1.Oxford University Press. M.Chand & Co.Santhakumar. . 2. S.A. Concrete technology.Concrete Technology. Shetty.

concrete.low and high gravity dam – design of gravity darn (introduction only) – galleries .design criteria -. should be able to carry out design of various hydraulic structures in the given field conditions. Bligh's creep theory and its limitations .firm power –secondary power.operating head effective head . Water power engineering: Classification of hydel plants. Buttress dam . silt ejector.causes of failure .load factor.low.penstocks -powerhouse – selection of turbine-Scroll casing .causes of failure of weirs on permeable foundation.types of earth dams .Canal fallsnecessity and location of falls-types-design of vertical drop fall.limitations -Introduction of other methods of design .factors governing the selection of the type of dam and site of the dam. Earthen dam .principal and shear stress . Module 2 10 hours) Arch dams: types of arch dams –forces acting –design methods-design of arch dams on thin cylinder theory only– central angle for min.joints . A student.definition of gross head .thick cylinder theory. storage plants and pumped storage plants . trial load analysis and elastic theory.silt excluder.phreatic line in an earth dam with horizontal drainage filter . Module 1 ( 13 hours) Dams: classifications .different dam sections to suit available materials and foundation.Lane's weighted creep theory Khosla's theory and design of impermeable foundation . .design of vertical drop weir .types . (Design emphasizing the hydraulic aspects only) Module 5 ( 11 hours) Cross drainage works –necessity-types-design of aqueduct and syphon aqueduct.brief description on types of spill ways. medium and high head schemes -investigation and planning . Rock fill dam –materials of construction-impervious membrane type and earth core type (brief description only) Module 3 ( 13 hours) Diversion head works: function and component parts of diversion head works -effect of construction of weir on the regime of river.draft tube – tail race.modes of failure and stability requirements elementary profile and practical profile . capacity factor and utilization factor.advantages and disadvantages.fore bay – intakes .silt control devices . keys . Module 4 ( 13 hours) Canal regulation works-design of head regulator and cross regulator.surge tanks .runoff river plants. who successfully completes the course.Sarda type only and siphon well drop .CE010 701 DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: Students are expected to know the details of major and minor irrigation structures and their design.water stops –foundation treatment .base width of elementary profile by stress and stability criteria-stresses developed in the elementary profile .Gravity dam: forces acting .

6 G. Pande B B Lal. S. Laxmi Publications 4 R. 1. Modi.Guptha. M. L. Khanna publishers 2. H. Tata Mc Graw Hill 5. S. Irrigation and water resources Engg.Garg. Hydrology for Engineerers.L. P. Vol II. Standard book house. Roorkee. K. 7 Sathyanarayana Murthy . R. M. S. References . Linsley.Guptha. V. Nemchand &brothers. Asawa . Irrigation-water resourses and water power.L. . B. Priyani.Varshney. 3. Irrigation and water power engineering. A. Theory and design of irrigation Structures. K. B C Punmia. Irrigation and hydraulic structures.Note: Only sketches are required for all designs. . Wiley Eastern 8 R.C. Kholer. Water Resources Engineering . K. . Paulhur. Charotar Book stall.Garg. Irrigation and water power Engg.S.New Age International Limited Publishers.

fecal coliforms. post chlorination. filter media . Storage of water effect of storage on quality of water Module 3 (15hrs) General layout of treatment plant . fire demand. odour and taste removal.hydraulics-of flow . application. Disinfection: requirements of a good disinfectant. removal of hardness. Appurtenances in the distribution system . valves. theory of coagulation and flocculation . pressure filters.selection of pumps .physical. types. fire hydrants etc.location of pumping stations.Pumps: Classification . Aeration. dosage of coagulants. chemical and bacteriological tests . Classification of filters . continuous flow sedimentation tanks. double chlorination.location.analysis of water . Water supply Engineering: Rural and Urban water supply systems . Chemically aided sedimentation . purpose of aeration. testing & disinfections of mains. control. variations in the rate of consumption. pumping and storage system.Theory of filtration. gravity system. pipe grids.water demand .action. chlorination .percapita demand. operation and maintenance of rapid sand filters and slow sand filters. WHO and Indian standards for drinking water. construction. super chlorination. factors affecting percapita demand.plain sedimentation.water borne diseases .I Credits: 4 Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Objective: • To understand the basic principles of Water Supply Engineering • To develop knowledge in unit operations and design of water treatment systems Module 1(10hrs) Scope of Environmental Engg. theory of sedimentation. desalination. Other disinfectants.design. forecasting population. design period. pre-chlorination.sand for filtration.MPN total coliforms.design of pipes .CE010 702 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING .generally used coagulants. pipe materials . breakpoint chlorination.necessity.clariflocculators. iron and manganese removal. and dosage chlorine demand. .surface water and ground water. pipe laying. Distribution of water: pumping system. distribution reservoirs -storage capacity of balancing reservoir. Sedimentation . Quality of water: impurities in water and their importance . Module 2 (10hrs) Collection of water: intakes . Module 5(10hrs) Miscellaneous treatment methods: color. deflouridation. Module 4 (15hrs) Filtration .meters. design of flash mixers clarifiers and clarifloculators.

Garg. M. 3.C. 4. Peavy. Jodpur. Environmental Engineering Vol. l & ll. Ltd.N. pipe corrosion and its control. K. B. Khanna Publishers. Arihant Publications. Jodpur. Detection and prevention of leaks in distribution system-cleaning and maintenance of distribution system. Rao & H.C. Arihant Publications.methods of analysis of network. Waste water Engineering. Punmia.. 2.N. Rao. Environmental Engineering. S. Tchobanoglous. References: 1. New Delhi. Air Pollution. New Delhi. Punmia. 5. Water supply Engineering.V. Rowe. Tata Mc Graw Hill Pvt. B. . Mc Graw Hill International Editions.

Module 1 (10 Hrs) Prestressed Concrete: I S specifications.circular with flat bottom-flexible and rigid joints-design of staging-columns and bracings-IS code method. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 5. Relevant IS codes (IS 456. Purushothaman P. Mallick S K. Circular beams:Uniformly loaded and supported on symmetrically placed columns Module 4 (8 Hrs) Domes: Membrane stresses in spherical and conical domes-design of domes with uniformly distributed and concentrated loads-openings-ring beams Module 5 (9 Hrs) Water Tanks: types-design of ground supported and overhead water tanks. Park R and Pauloy T. IS 1343. Varghese P C Limit state design of reinforced concrete structures. oxford & IBH publishing company 6. John wiley & sons Inc 3. Reinforced concrete. Ashok K Jain Reinforced concrete –Limit state design. Dhanpat Rai publishing co 10.SP 16) 2. References 1. analysis and design. Reinforced concrete.design of simply supported rectangular beams with constant eccentricity only. Laxmi publications . Punmia B C Reinforced concrete structures vol 2.modes of failure-design of cantilever and counter fort retaining walls (“L” not included) Module 3 (8 Hrs) Design of continuous beams: Using coefficients given in IS 456. Krishna Raju. new chand & bose 8. Ramamrutham S. Reinforced concrete structures. Design of reinforced concrete structures. Module 2 (10 Hrs) Retaining walls: Types-Earth pressure diagrams.general principles. IS 875. Unnikrishna Pillai S & Devdas Menon.CE010 703 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES – II Teaching Scheme Credit: 3 2 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week. Prentice Hall of India pvt Ltd 7. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 4.analysis of prestress and bending stress -methods and systems of prestressing – losses of prestress. prestressed concrete oxford and ibh publishing company ltd 9. IS 3370 Part 2 and Part 4 . Objective To provide knowledge in the structural design of selected structures. Reinforced concrete structural elements –Behaviour.

Radburn plan . concrete and precast-concrete stairs-Elevators-drum and traction type. circulation space and tolerance space Module 2 ( 15 hrs) Functional planning of buildings: Occupancy classification of buildings -general requirements of site and building .unity. masonry. design constraints of passenger elevatorshandling capacity. balance.activity space.requirements of new towns . Theory of architectural design – pragmatic. preparing site plan and working drawings Module 3 (10 hrs) Building Services:. arrangement of lifts. operation arrangements. .calculation of air conditioning load summer and winter air conditioning. iconic.consideration of comfort factors such as acoustics. process of identifying activity areas and linkages . and thermal aspects.checking for circulation. contrast. Module 4 (13 hrs) Town planning .effect of orientation .Vertical transportation: Stairs -lay out and details of timber. aesthetics. proportion.moving walk and moving ramp. form expressive of function. Creative principles .building codes and rules . lighting. neighbourhood unit planning.problems of urban growth. .CE010 704 ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN PLANNING Teaching scheme: Credits: 3 2 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objective: • To understand the basic principles of architectural design and functional planning of buildings • To develop knowledge in town planning concepts and related principles Module 1 (10 hrs) Architecture .historical examples.garden city movement. canonic and analogic design.growth of towns . ventilation.ventilation requirements -natural and mechanical ventilation .legislation on environmental pollution .Definition . Design principles .circulation diagrams . structural requirements and other constraints. passenger and service goods elevators.land use planning and theories. characteristic features of a style . character. Concept of space .transportation network and planning – housing.factors influencing architectural development. form perception. texture. Ventilation and Air conditioning .licensing of building works.function.evolution in town planning acts and legislation forms of planning . Functional planning of residential. institutional. characteristics of form. metal. primary elements in architectural design.form related with material and structural system.features. rhythm.Evolution of towns-objectives and principles of town planning. scale. conservative surgery and comprehensive planning.surveys – zoning . commercial.cross ventilation . strength. Escalators. location .

parks and play grounds. 9. 8. 4.Master plan. industries. preparation and execution. Satish Chandra Agarwala – Architecture and Town Planning.-planning standards for different land use allocation for commerce. . 2. public buildings.land acquisitions .K Jain – Hand book of Designing and installation of services in building complex – khanna publishers 6.Module 5 (12 hrs) Planning process:. Broadbent. G.K Gandhi – Study of Town and Country planning in India – Indian Town and Country planning Association. History of World Architecture. John Wiley Sons 5. Banister Fletcher. 7. V.Dhanpat Rai and Co 3.K Hiraskar The great Ages of World Architecture – Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd.K Hiraskar – Fundamentals of Town planning – Dhanpat Rai publications. G. Theory of Architecture Design. Rangwala – Town planning – charotar publishing house. Abir Bandyopadhyay – Text book of Town planning – Books and Allied (P) Ltd. N.slums .-implementation of development plans .causes and clearance schemes References: 1. Taraporevalas.

II                                 Credits :3 Teaching scheme: 2 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objective: To understand the principles and design of highway.traffic studies and their applications Traffic control devices.gradient and grade compensation – Vertical curves .CE010 705 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING .desirable properties.transition curves Design of vertical alignment .speed – horizontal curves.kerb parking (Design of traffic signals not expected). Pavement design: Basic difference between flexible and rigid pavements -factors affecting their design – design of flexible pavements-CBR & IRC Introduction to performance grading and superpave. engineering surveys for highway location.simple problems on design of vertical alignment.typical cross section of roads in urban and rural areas . Highway construction and maintenance: Bituminous surface dressing. median.requirements and factors controlling alignment of roads. road markings and traffic islands.sight distance requirements on summit and valley curves . radius . Types of road intersection . . Sight distances . Geometric Elements of highways: Highway cross sectional elements pavement surface characteristics.related problems.Bituminous materials .over taking zone requirements and related problems.Traffic signs. traffic and airport engineering Module 1 (8 hours) Classification. bituminous macadam.sub grade soil . super elevation methods of attainment of super elevation . highway drainage. kerbs.extra widening . road margins – right of way.desirable properties and tests . alignment and surveys -classification of highways . Module 4 (8hours)  Highway materials: Aggregates . Types and causes of failures in flexible and rigid pavements. traffic signals.properties and tests . camber and width requirements. Module 2 (14 hours) Geometric Design of Highways Design of horizontal alignment . Module 3 (8 hours)  Traffic Engineering: Traffic characteristics .

Justo. References 1. Hennes. Airport Engg. Frederick.Module 5 (10 hours) Airport Engineering: Classification of airports . S. Rangwala. Arora. Charotar Publishing Co. Mc Graw Hill. L. clearway. Khanna. taxiways etc. Mc Graw Hill 6. 2. Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning.. Wilbur.holding apron aircraft parking systems – passenger terminal building. G. Khanna Publishers. Planning and design of airports. S. Highway engineering. New Delhi. Nem Chand Publications. Khanna Publishers.K. Principles of transportation and High way Engineering. Air traffic control . M. Runway orientation and layout of runways: use of wind rose diagrams. selection of site for airport . Traffic Engineering. Horenjeft. basic runway length and corrections required . obstructions and zoning laws . L . Kadiyali. Rao.W.approach zone and turning zone.Hurd. K. 7. 4. Jain. taxiways and aprons. S.typical airport layout airport markings . Robert & Francise Mc Kelvy.R. 5.   . 8. Robert. Aprons: factors controlling size and number of gate positions .S. Nem Chand Publishers 4. Fundamentals of Transportation engineering. Kadiyali.Stop way. C.marking of runways. S. Khanna. S. Airport lighting: lighting of runways approaches. Tata Mc Graw Hill. C. navigational aids and landing aids. Smith. Tata Mc Graw Hill.Imaginary surfaces . Theodore M Matson. G. Airport Planning & Design.R. E. Principles and Practices of Highway Engineering. G.factors to be considered. 3.airways.Aircraft characteristicsplanning. Martin Ekse.V. G.

3. smart materials and their use in structures. Michigan. ozone depletion. Room automation. Module 5 (11 hours) Control of structures: Control strategies and limitations. Clements-Croome D.J. Energy management functions at management level. access control system. Intelligent Buildings: Design. Atkin B.life safety system. fire sprinkler system. London. Kogan Page. . indoor environment quality maintenance. 1988. Thomas Telford. eco friendly building materials and resources. smoke detection system.. Vibration control. Piezoelectric materials. Module 4 (11hours) Smart materials: Introduction.. Applications of optical fibers.occupancy sensors. water conservation. new innovative building designs for eco friendliness. sustainable sites. References. Building Management System (BMS)control theory. USA. Structure of building automation and control networks. Safety systems. Piezoelectric properties. Modern control. smart glass. Craighead G. Comfort systems. 2. Electrorheological and Magnetorheological fluids. High-rise security & fire life safety.CE010 706L01 BUILDING AUTOMATION AND SMART STRUCTURES ( Elective II ) Teaching Scheme Credit:4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week. Intelligent Buildings: Application of IT and Building Automation to High Technology Construction Projects. management and operation. Butterworth-Heinemann. Boston. Optimal control and Digital control. Classical control. Fiber optics. benefits. Fiber optic strain sensors. temperature sensors. brown field development. Building automation in residential buildings and commercial buildings. Amsterdam. Module 2 (12 hours) Building service control systems: Introduction. Objective: The course is designed to give an insight into the latest developments in construction field regarding the automated building services. Systems in building automation and building control. light control system Module 3 (12hours) Eco friendly buildings – concepts of Green building. mechanism and properties. Difference between building automation and building control.. Applications. Fiber characteristics. Embedded actuators. Classification of control systems. 1. 2003. energy conservation. Module 1 (14 hours) Building Automation: Introduction. 2004.

T. C. Germany. Carl Hanser Verlag. Building automation: communication systems with EIB/KNX. IGBC. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED-INDIA) Green Building Rating System. Taylor & Francis. 2010. Hübner. LON and BACnet. Hansemann. Shengwei Wang. . Intelligent Buildings and Building Automation. Merz. 2009. New York.4. 5. H. 6.

mechanical stabilization-effect on engineering properties-dewatering-well-point system electro osmosis-pre-loading.mechanism and concept. bleeding and stability.concepts-geotextiles as reinforcement.classification. Prentice Hall 3.methods of installation-vibroflotation and stone columns.CE010 706L02 GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES (Elective -II) Credit: 4 Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week.fluidity and viscosity.factors affecting soil cement mixing-admixtures.M.. Module 3 ( 11 Hrs) Introduction to grouts and grouting.Prentice Hall .thermal stabilization. Module 1 ( 15 Hrs) Necessity of soil improvement-selection of improvement method.basic functions –classification of grouts-suspension grout and solution grout.M. Module 2 ( 11 Hrs) Chemical stabilization.Designing with Geosynthetics.advantages-factors affecting-uses -design theories and stability analysis of retaining wall-external and internal stability-tie back analysis-coherent gravity analysis. separators. Koerner.and other applications Module 4 ( 12 Hrs) Earth Reinforcement.grouting applications-seepage control in soil and rock under dams and for cut off wallsstabilization grouting for underpinning.electrical stabilization..groutability ratio –-properties of grouts.Construction and Geotechnical Methods in Foundation Engineering..sand drains.Purushotama Raj. strength and permeance. Laxmi Publications 2. R.P. Objective: The rapid urban and industrial development pose an increasing demand for land reclamation and utilization of unstable and environmentally affected ground. R. filters.Koerner.lime stabilization-effect of lime on soil properties -construction of cement / lime stabilized bases-bituminous stabilization.cement stabilization. and drainage media-damage and durability of geotextiles References 1. Ground Improvement Techniques. rigidity and thixotropy.application areas of earth reinforcement Module 5 ( 11 Hrs) Geotextiles: Soil improvement with geotextiles. The objective of the course is to provide an opportunity to the students to familiarize with the recent developments and techniques in geo technical Engineering to improve the properties of such problematic /difficult soils.

Swami Saran.. and Shah D.University Press.L.Grouting Technology in Tunelling and Dam construction..Sivakumar Babu.. 6.4.V. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co . I K International Publishing house 5. Reinforced soil and its Engineering applications.Shroff A. An Introduction to Soil reinforcement and Geosynthetics..

secondary moment and resultant moment – concordant cable profile – Guyon’s theorem – Evaluation of secondary moment. IS: 1343. John Wiley & Sons. Prestressed Concrete. T. Module 1 (10 hrs) Introduction – Basic concept of prestressing – Materials for prestressed concrete .. Rajagopalan. shrinkage. Module 4 V(14 hrs) Elastic design of sections for flexure – sections and sections unsymmetrical about one axis – Design without tension and with tension – Design for shear and torsion – Ultimate moment of resistance. References:– 1. To under stand the analysis. N. Module 3 ( 12 hrs) Losses of prestress – Loss due to elastic shortening. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company 3rd Ed. R. Objective: Pre stressed concrete constructions are gaining its importance in Civil engineering . New Delhi .Y. Lin. Module 2 ( 10 hrs) Analysis of prestress – Extreme fibre stresses – profile of tendons – Concept of load balancing – pressure line or thrust line – Internal resisting couple – Deflection of beams – Load ddeflection curve.Classification of prestressed concrete – Advantages of prestressed concrete over reinforced concrete – Modes of failure of prestressed concrete – Systems of prestressing – Tensioning devices – Pretensioning – Post tensioning . creep. systems and applications of pre stressed concrete structures. . relaxation of steel – Loss due to anchorage slip – Loss due to friction – Overcoming friction loss – Design of tension members. Narosa Publishers 4.Thermo elasic and chemical prestressing.CE010 706 L03 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE (Elective II ) Teaching Scheme Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week.Krishnaraju Prestressed Concrete. Code of Practice for Prestressed Concrete. Bureau of Indian Standards. 3. (1985) 2. Module 5 ( 14 hrs) Anchorage zone – Stress distribution in end block – anchorage zone reinforcement – design of end block as per IS :1343 only – continuous beam – primary moment.Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures.

Rapid EIA and Comprehensive EIA Module 2 (14 hours) Prediction and Assessment of Impact on Air and Water Environment: Basic information on air quality.Screening and scoping . Environmental protection acts. EIA methodologies . Strategic EIA . Module 5 (10 hours) Introduction to Environmental Management Systems. assessment of significance of impacts. verbal communication in EIA studies. key features of National environmental policy act. Consequence Analysis. Credit:4 Objective: • To understand the basic principles of Environmental Impact Assessment • To develop knowledge in various processes involved in EIA with case studies. sources and effects of air pollutants. Environmental Statementprocedures. impact prediction approaches. Module 3 ( 12 hours) Prediction & Assessment of Impact on Noise & Social Environment: Basic information on noise. techniques for conflict management and dispute resolution. assessment of significance of impacts. Vegetation and wildlife.CE 010 706L04 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (Elective II) Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2hours tutorial per week. Public participation in environmental decision making. Life cycle Assessment. identification and incorporation of mitigation measures. impact prediction methods. Module 1 (14 hours) Introduction: Concepts of environmental impact analysis. identification and incorporation of mitigation measures Assessment of impact on water quality (surface and ground water). Environmental Audit: Cost Benefit Analysis. description of the affected environment – environmental indices. Definition of Risk. Environmental Risk Analysis. key legislation and guidelines. Module 4 (10 hours) Decision Methods for Evaluation of Alternative: Development of decision matrix. key legislations and regulations.matrix and network methodologies for impact identification.

Environmental Impact Assessment: A Practical Guide. Stacey. . 1997 2. Denver Tolliver. 1997. R. . 1993. Environmental impact assessment. McGraw-Hill Professional. E. Environmental Assessment. 4. Betty Bowers Marriott. 6. G. Relevant IRC & CPCB codes..W. McGraw-Hill. H. Routledge. Canter L. S. Urban. Balbach. Jain. Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment. Greenwood Publishing Group. L. V. 2001. 2001.References: 1. K. McGraw-Hill Professional. Peter Morris & Riki Therivel. 3. Highway Impact Assessment. 5.

Ltd.S Ramaswamy.W Krieger. J Ramachandran.in and free edges. Thin shell theory and problems. Krishna Raju N. 3. Mc Graw Hill.. Universities press. Module 2 (12 hrs) Laterally loaded rectangular plates – Small deflections of laterally loaded thin plates – Differential equation of plates – Derivation of fourth order differential equation – Boundary conditions – Simply supported.McGraw Hill Book Co. CBS Publishers and distributers. built. References: 1. 2.CE010 706L05 THEORY OF PLATES AND SHELLS (Elective-II) Teaching Scheme 2 hours lecture and 2hours tutorial per week.P Timoshenko. Design and Construction of Concrete Shell Roofs. Module 5 ( 12 hrs) Circular cylindrical shells – Equilibrium equations – Expression for strain – Deformation of circular cylindrical shell – Cylindrical shell with uniform internal pressure – Pressure vessels – Calculation of bending moment and stresses in pressure vessels – attenuation length of edge effects.. Module 3 ( 12 hrs) Shells – Structural behaviour of shells – Parts of a shell – Classification of shells – Translational. S. Theory of plates and shells. S. Module 4 ( 12 hrs) Classical theories of shells – Thin shell and thick shell – Stress resultants – Membrane theory of cylindrical shells – Formulation of equilibrium equations – Bending theory of cylindrical shells – Equilibrium equations – Beam theory. 4. rotational and ruled surfaces – Gauss curvature – Synclastic and anticlastic surfaces – Hyperbolic paraboloid – Elliptic paraboloid – Conoid. Module 1 ( 12 hrs) Plates – Introduction – Classification of plates – Thin plates and thick plates – Assumptions in the theory of thin plates – Differential equation for cylindrical bending of rectangular plates – Pure bending of plates – Slope and curvature of slightly bent plates – Relation between bending moment and curvature in pure bending. Credit:4 Objective : To develop the skills for the analysis of advanced structures in civil engineering. . G. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design. Tata.. New Delhi.

The course also tries to expose the students.level of service concept in HC manual .performance .scope .one way streets .R.determination of theoretical maximum capacity -passenger car units .Need and scope of traffic regulations.tidal flow operation .Speed limit at different locations. Martin. Module 2 (12 hrs ) Highway capacity: Its importance in transportation studies . Module 1 (12 hrs ) Traffic management .scope of traffic management measures . capacity studies design of intersections.factors affecting level of service.Motor Vechicle Act .CE010 706L06 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE-II) Teaching Scheme Credit:4 2 hours lecture and 2hours tutorial per week. Traffic Engineering and Transport planning. Khanna Tech Publishers 2.Car ’following theory and queuing References 1.design of fixed timesignal .definition and basic diagrams of traffic flow.traffic signals .basic concepts of light hill . Whol. Nem Chand Publishers 3.Websters approach for the design. Khanna O. Module 4 (12 hrs ) Traffic Safety: causes of road accidents . Traffic Flow Theory  .preventive measures. They also become familiar with various traffic control and traffic management measures.pretimed signalised intersection . Module 3 (12 hrs ) Design of Intersection: Design of at grade & grade seperated intersection – rotary intersection capacity of rotary intersection .G. Traffic system Analysis for Engineers 4.the driver. Objective The basic objective of this course is to introduce to the students the knowledge of traffic surveys and studies . safety studies and the theories of traffic flow.P and Jesto C.Whitham’s theory . the vehicle . Khadiyali L. the weather and other factors on road accident . Donald Drew.regualtion of the vechicle regulations concerning the driver rules of the road enforcement.collection of accident data – influence of road. possible and practical capacity .regulation of traffic . Module 5 (12 hrs ) Traffic Flow: theory of traffic flow . traffic management.restrictions to turning movements .basic. Highway Engineering.

Load Combination .Load Generation for Wind Load. MS Project/PRIMAVERA Reference Manual . 2. global co. • STAAD PRE. Note The student has to practice the above topics by working out problems in 1. Plotting and printing of various charts and project Note The student has to practice the above topics by doing Project Management for Turn key projects related to Civil Engineering applications. Practice on Creating Bar Charts/Ghant charts 3. Practice on the GUI of the software and Input of Date 2. References 1. • STAAD POST – Graphical Post Processing – Animation – Icons – Isometric View – Zooming-Results of Analysis & Design – Query reports. Analysis and design of multi-storied framed structures. Self weight Command. • DESIGN for Concrete and Steel Structures using IS: 456 and IS 800 respectively. Floor Load. Unit systems. Practice on Project Monitoring (Cost &Time) 6. design and project management Credits: 2 Module I & II • INTRODUCTION Overview and the Environment of STAAD pro Package. Joint Load. • LOAD – Member Load.Using Edit Input-Command Formats-Text Input. Local co-ordinate systems • STAAD III -Commands. Steel and RCC framed structures. Practice on creating CPM/PERT charts and finding out critical path. Analysis and design of beams and trusses. STAAD III Reference Manual 2. Module III & IV Project management using CPM/PERT Software (Microsoft Project /PRIMAVERA software) 1. 4. Element Load.ordinate system. structure geometry and Co-ordinate systems. • GENERAL DESCRIPTION Type of structure.CE010 707 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS LAB Teaching scheme: 3 hour practical per week Objective: To familiarize the students on the software packages for analysis . Load case no. Practice on resource allocation and leveling of resources. Seismic Load and Moving Load • FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS & Dynamic Analysis.Geometry Generation – Dimensioning.Graphical Input Generation-“Concurrent” VerificationsLibrary. 5.

. Aggregate crushing value test 9. Marshell stability value 15. Specific gravity test 11. Stripping value test 7. TEST ON SOIL 1. Khadiyali. void ratio and porosity of coarse aggregate. Justo. Los angles abrasion test 13. Softeningpoint of Bitumen 3. K.R. Principles and Practices of Highway Engineering. References  1. C. Impact value test 10.CE010 708 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB Teaching scheme: 3 hour practical per week Credits: 2 Objective: To make the students aware of the properties of various materials used in road constructions. Khanna Publishers. L . Viscosity using Viscometer TESTS ON ROAD AGGREGATES 8. Determination of bitumen content by bitumen extractor. TEST ON BITUMEN 2.Califormia bearing ratio method.Khanna. Highway engineering. 2. Ductility test on Bitumen 4. Specific gravity of Bitumen 5. S.Flakiness index and elongation index 12. Shape tests . TESTS ON MIXES 14. water absorbtion. E. Nem Chand Publications. G. Bulk density. specific gravity. Flash and fire point test 6.

communication skill. in addition to the presentation materials. Each presentation is to be planned for duration of 25 minutes including a question answer session of five to ten minutes. The seminar report should also be submitted for the viva-voce examination at the end of eighth semester. all relevant supplementary materials along with detailed answers to all the questions asked/clarifications sought during presentation. For Seminar. Apportioning of the marks towards various aspects of seminar (extent of literature survey. The marks will be awarded based on the presentation of the seminar by the students before an evaluation committee consists of a minimum of 4 faculty members. the minimum for a pass shall be 50% of the total marks assigned to the seminar. credits: 2 The student’s internal marks for seminar will be out of 50. This report shall include. . etc.) may be decided by the seminar evaluation committee.CE 010 709 Seminar Teaching scheme 2 hours practical per week The seminar power point presentation shall be fundamentals oriented and advanced topics in the appropriate branch of engineering with references of minimum seven latest international journal papers having high impact factor. A bona fide report on seminar shall be submitted at the end of the semester. presentation skill. All references must be given toward the end of the report.

and develop professionalism by successfully completing the project.  Relevance of the project proposed  Literature survey  Objectives  Statement of how the objectives are to be tackled . Maximum of four students only are permitted in any one group. students are required to submit a project plan in the project book. Students build self confidence. or through proper reviews in the case of experimental investigations. Each student shall maintain a project work book. in the case of developmental work. This is to be done through proper test and evaluation. Projects are expected to be proposed by the students.CE 010 710 Project Work Teaching scheme 1 hour practical per week credits: 1 Project work. through problem definition and the selection of alternative solutions is monitored. They may also be proposed by faculty member (Guide) or jointly by student and faculty member. means design and development of a system with clearly specified objectives. backed by analysis and simulation etc. At the beginning of the project. Project work is to be done by student groups. No project can be deemed to be complete without having an assessment of the extent to which the objectives are met. demonstrate independence. • • • • The project work has to be started in the seventh semester and to be continued on to eighth semester. Students are expected to finalise project themes/titles with the assistance of an identified faculty member as project guide during the first week of the seventh semester. The project is intended to be a challenge to intellectual and innovative abilities and to give students the opportunity to synthesize and apply the knowledge and analytical skills learned in the different disciplines. The project shall be a prototype. The plan should not exceed 600 words but should cover the following matters. The progress from concept to final implementation and testing. in general.

the minimum for a pass shall be 50% of the total marks assigned to the Project work. request a resubmission.minimum of 3 faculty members including the guide) constituted by the head of department. Balance 20 marks will be awarded based on the presentation of the project by the students before an evaluation committee consists of a minimum of 3 faculty members including the guide. request a resubmission. which will include a Chairman and the EC will evaluates the suitability and feasibility of the project proposal. Project guide shall go through these records periodically. Time schedule  Cost estimate These proposals are to be screened by the evaluation committee (EC. Every activity done as part of project work is to be recorded in the project book. or reject a project proposal. as and when it is done. in which 30 marks will be based on day to day performance assessed by the guide. The EC can accept. along with project work book showing details of the work carried out by him/her and a power point presentation at the end of the 7th semester to EC. The EC can accept. or extension of the project. and give suggestions/comments in writing in the same book. The student’s internal marks for project will be out of 50. For Project. accept with modification. The students have to submit an interim report. accept with modification.   .

REFERENCES 1.design of a simply supported single barrel cylindrical shell for membrane stresses. delhi 5.IS 800.new delhi 4. oxford & IBH publishing company. Folded plates: general principles.structural behaviour of plates (design not required) Module 3 (14 Hrs) Industrial buildings: roof loads.new delhi 3.) Note: Sketches only required for reinforcement details.Indian railway bridge code. Mc Graw Hill Credit: 4 .) Module 4 (15 Hrs) Design of Plate girders and gantry girders. Advanced design of concrete structures. IS 456.Bearings(Theory only) Module 2 (15 Hrs) Shell structures: general principles for membrane theory for symmetrical uniformly distributed load. Detailed drawing in drawing sheets not required. Victor J D. Design of concrete bridges.IS 875 2.welded compound sections Module 5(16 Hrs) Steel bridges: IS specifications-design of highway and railway bridges of plate girder type.CE010 801 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN Teaching scheme: 3hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: To familiarize students with behavior and design procedure of some of the special structural elements so that they can perform better in the analysis and design of these structures in practical situations. Design of steel structures vol 2 standard book house.design of trusses ( analysis not required ) -design of purlins-design of bracings and supporting system. Module 1 (15 Hrs) Road bridges: IRC Loadings and Specifications-T beam bridges – box culvert  (Design forIRC Class A Loading only). oxford & IBH publishing company. (Problems not expected.(Design of bracings not required. Krishna Raju. Ramaswamy G S Design and construction of concrete shell roofs. IRC Bridge code. Ramchandra.

safety in construction.CE010 802 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective: To impart theoretical knowledge as well as awareness to practical concepts in project implementation giving emphasis on three essentials of project management. Hollow concrete blocks.-Fibre reinforced concrete. American standards of mix design. Cost time analysis in Network Planning. Construction contracts: Item rate contract – Lump-sum contract –Labour contract – Negotiated contract – Global contract – Percentage contract – Cost plus percentage contract. frames for opening. Technical planning.Cost plus fluctuating fee contract – Target contract – All in contract. Module 4 ( 12 Hrs ) Materials Management: Functions of materials management – inventory control techniques. Ferro cement – use and application – modular co-ordination – method of production – flow line method – station method – manufacturing process for structural units. .Requirements and tests of materials required for mix design. General arrangements – general requirements – common faults – materials for form work – form work arrangements – form work design – loads on forms – design procedure – form work vibration for compaction of concrete – stripping time and shoring. Module 2 ( 12 Hrs ) Prefabricated construction: Advantages.Cost plus fixed fee contract. Module 3 ( 12 Hrs ) Construction company organization: Different types of organizational set up – construction team – objectives of civil engineering management – duties and responsibilities of a civil engineer – functions of construction management. BIS method of mix design. (3) maintaining total quality management Module 1 ( 12 Hrs ) Concrete Mix Design: General concepts. Site organization: Organization of labour.High performance concrete. Durability concepts in mix design . Form work. wall panels. Codification and Standerdisation. walls–units for roofs and floors – low cost roof systems.Value analysis: Various methods and techniques. foundation units. (1) avoiding time over-run. (2) avoiding cost over-run. materials. method of execution of the project – inspection and quality control. IS-method of mix design. resources.

Extra work and deviation order – claims – owner’ s claim – sub contractor’ s claim – disputes and arbitration – consequences of mistake in contracts – terms and conditions of contract – contract documents – earnest money – security deposit – warranty period – contract signed under coercion – contract signed by minors. S. Chand & Co. A. L. standard publishers and Distributions. P Arora. References 1. Construction Management and accounts – V . Umesh Publications.M. 5. validity of an oral agreement – conditions and warranties – express terms and implied terms – voidable contracts and their performance – illegal and voidable contracts – liability for tort in contract. concrete technology. Building constructions. Amit Gupta. Donald S Barrie & Boyd C Paulson .Professional Construction Management. Concrete Technology. Mcgrawhill 2.R Santhkumar-Concrete Technology-Oxford University Press 4. privity of contract – transfer of contractual rights and obligations. B.S Shetty. Construction Planning and Management. Knatson. S. New Delhi. Construction Engineering & Management. . Gahlot & B. Conctruction Management fundamentals. Seetharaman. L Gupta.Dhir .Module 5 ( 12 Hrs ) Claims manual for a construction organization: Law of contract . S. 7. Construction Management and accounts. McGraw Hill.N Vazirani. 8. Delhi. insane or drunken persons – authority to agree and find. Mc Graw Hill 9.litigation – breach of contract and remedies – discharge of contract – equity. 6.S. 3. Gambhir. New agw International 10. M . Dhanpat Rai & sons. P. M.

Sewage farming disposal by dilution .CE010 803 Teaching scheme: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING . KSPCB Standards. grease and oil traps. population equivalent.self purification of streams . inverted siphons. Design of sewers: Flow formula. Quantity of sewage: sanitary sewage . chemical and biological characteristics and analysis. minimum and maximum velocity of flow.sources. manholes. Sewerage systems – separate. intensity of rainfall. peak factor. storm regulators. effect of variation of discharge on velocity. clean outs. primary. Sewage pumping: classification and capacity of pumps. rational and empirical formula. Fluctuations in sewage flow. Module 3 (10hrs) Objectives of waste water treatment .duration curve and formula. crown corrosion. Module 2 (10hrs) Construction of sewers: Materials of sewers. lamp holes/flushing tanks. comparison of disposal methods. time of concentration.Effluent standards. BIS Standards. use of partial flow diagrams. Natural methods of wastewater disposal: land disposal -. design of circular sewers. factors affecting. Storm sewage: Factors affecting. Characteristics of sewage: physical.II Credits: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: • • To understand the basic principles of Wastewater Engineering To develop knowledge in unit operations and design of wastewater treatment systems Module 1 (10hrs) Introduction to sanitary engineering. secondary and tertiary treatments in general. . catch basins.preliminary. Layout of conventional treatment plant . longitudinal and cross section of sewer lines. combined and partially combined systems.oxygen sag curve . intensity .dilution into sea. Sewer appurtenances: inlets. drop manholes. relative stability.

Mc Graw Hill International Editions. New Delhi. disinfection of sewage effluents. UASB. Aerated lagoons. Skimming tank -function. Miscellaneous methods. Module 4 (15hrs) Biological process: principle and theory of biological treatment. 6. Imhoff tanks. disposal of skimmings Sedimentation: Theory of sewage sedimentation . Garg. B. Waste water Engineering. Rowe. design. expanded bed . Sewage filtration: Trickling filters . Water supply Engineering. K. Punmia. design. John Wiley and sons. design and operation. detritus tank. Oxidation ditch. Module 5 (15hrs) Sludge treatment and disposal: quantity of sludge. disposal of' screenings. Septic Tanks: Design (as per Ministry of urban development) construction. attached growth. 2. rotating biological contactors. Tchobanoglous. Jodpur. 4th Edn.. S. Environmental Engineering Vol. rectangular and circular tanks. Environmental Engineering. . characteristics of sludge. Punmia. Jodpur. construction and operation. Mark J Hammer. Water and waste water technology.Treatment and Reuse. 4. Inc. l & ll.Stabilization ponds. Arihant Publications.only basics. Metcalf & Eddy.C. construction and operation. aeration methods. comminutors.. Mc Graw Hill International Editions. Grit chamber . filters. conditioning and disposal.function.Screens . Peavy. suspended growth. contact process. disposal of effluents. construction and operation of conventional and extended aeration. 3. Arihant Publications. References 1. sludge thickening. B.types of screens. Waste water Engg. digestion. Khanna Publishers.C. design of sludge digesters only. Activated sludge process: Design. cleaning of tanks.design. disposal of grit. 5. disposal of sludge. Sewage treatment by high rate anaerobic methods: Anaerobic digestion.design. construction and operation.

Module 1 (12 hrs) Well foundations: Introduction.foundation for coastal and offshore structures-pre-stressed foundations.free vibrations and forced vibrations.Applications-Different shapes of wells-grip length-scour depth-design depth-forces acting on well foundation-Terzaghi’s method of analysis (only general case)-bearing capacity based on N value(only IS recommendation)-design of individual components of well-sinking of wells-measures for rectification of tilts and shifts. cooling towers.braced and cellular cofferdams .Soil behavior under dynamic loads and application-Difference between static and dynamic load behavior-soil properties relevant for dynamic loading. problems associated with foundation installation. silos.CE010 804L01 ADVANCED FOUNDATION DESIGN (Elective III) Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credit: 4 Objective: After acquiring the basic knowledge in soil mechanics and foundation engineering. Module 5 (12 hrs) Foundations in Special soils: Foundation in expansive soil. transmission line towers-foundation for under ground conduits.determination of dynamic soil constants in laboratory and field based on IS code provisions Types of machines-Types of machine foundations -vibration analysis of a machine foundation-general design criteria for machine foundations. soft and compressible soils. telecommunication towers. this course is offered as an elective with the objective of giving in depth knowledge in the design of foundations for different structures and in difficult soils.Design criteria for foundation for reciprocating machines(only IS specifications) -vibration isolation and control Module 3 (12 hrs) Sheet Pile walls and Cofferdams: types and uses of sheet piles-design of cantilever sheet pile walls in granular and cohesive soils-anchored bulkhead-free earth support and fixed earth support method-coffer dams-uses. Shell Foundations-structural form and efficiency-different types.ground water lowering and drainage. Features of Box(floating) caisson and pneumatic caisson Module 2 (12 hrs) Soil dynamics and Machine foundations: Introduction. chimneys.shoring and underpinning-different methods-damage and vibrations due to constructional operations . Module 4 ( 12 hrs) Special Foundations: Foundation for special structures such as water tanks. guyed structures. ground storage tanks.

J.Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd. Foundation Analysis and DesignMc Graw Hill Publishing Company. Tomlinson M.C.. Foundation Engineering. Bowles. Shashi K. Gulhati and Manoj Dutta. Geotechnical Engineering.J..References 1. Srinivasulu P. C.Varghese. Venkatramiah. New Delhi 6 .P. PHI 5 .Coduto. N. Pearson Education University of Calicut .. Geotechnical Engineering.. Foundation Engineering. Foundation Design. Soil Mechanics & Foundations.R. Pitman 13 .C.Kurian. Vaidyanathan C. New Age International Publishers 11 Teng W. 2.C. Leonards G.A.. 7. 11Teng W. Standard Publications 9 Punmia B. McGraw Hill 8 Arora K.E. Tata McGraw-Hill P ublishing Compay Limited. Modern foundations Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company 3. PHI 12.New Delhi.V Handbook of Machine foundations 4. Geotechnical Engineering Principles and Practices. Laxmi Publications 10. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg. P... Foundation Design & Construction. Foundation Design.

and the problems they pose on environment due to improper disposal.sources of ground water contamination.-Volume change behaviour.diffused double layer. Module 2 (15 hours) Effect of environment on Geotechnical properties of soils: Effect of drying on Atterberg limits. Permeability of soils.factors controlling resistance to volume change. composition of the wastes.hydraulic conductivity of different types of soils – Darcy’ s law and its validity.general relationship between soil type.chemical modification.hydrological aspects of selection of waste disposal sites.ground water contamination.ground modification. Activity. The objective is to familiarise the students. pressure and void ratio. .isomorphous substitution – kaolinite mineral.transport mechanisms-potential problems in soils due to contaminants. pH and organic matter on properties of soils. Module 1 (12 hours) Clay mineralogy and soil structure: Gravitational and surface forces-inter sheet and inter layer bonding in the clay minerals.CE010 804L02 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOTECHNIQUES (Elective III) Teaching scheme: Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: Waste disposal is a major issue for which we need different effective and innovative methods. the different types of wastes generated .generation rates.sensitivity .subsurface disposal technics-disposal systems for typical wastes (sketches only) Module 5 (12 hours) Containment control systems-Liners and covers for waste disposal.importance of mineralogical composition in soil expansion.soil structure.montmorillonite mineral -illite mineral.electric charges on clay minerals – base exchange capacity .characteristics and classification of hazardous wastes. It also includes the different effective methods for the disposal for the different types of wastes.methods for the identification of minerals (introduction only). flexible liners.disposal facilities.rigid liners.factors affecting permeability Module 3 (10hours) Wastes and Contaminants (introduction only): sources of wastes-types of wastes composition of different wastes. Ground modification technics in waste management – waste modification.adsorbed water. Module 4 (12 hours) Disposal and containment technics: Criteria for selection of sites for waste disposal.Basic structural units of clay minerals.mechanical modification-hydraulic modification.causes of sensitivity-Influence of exchangeable cations .

3. R. Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Delhi. J (1987).References 1. Lambe. T. J (1976).R Rao (1991). John Wiley and Sons. 5. NewYork 2. Wilson. Mitchell. W & Whitman. 4. V (1979). “ Soil Mechanics “. New York. Robert M. “ A Hand book of Determinative methods in Clay Mineralogy”.. “Construction and Geotechnical methods in Foundation Engineering”.. Koerner (1984). New York. McGraw Hill Book Co. .S. Gopal Ranjan & A. M. “ Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics. Chapman and Hall. New York. John Wiley and sons. “ Fundamentals of soil behaviour”.

earth design philosophy. size of buildings. Oxford University Press. capacity design and detailing of R. basic geography and tectonic features of India. New Delhi 2. flexibility of long and short period structures. Module 1 (9 hrs) Causes of Earthquakes: The earth and its interior. importance of ductility. magnitude. Module 4 ( 16 hrs) Equivalent static lateral earthquake force analysis based on IS: 1893-2002. Role of shear wall. locating focus of earthquakes from wave velocity strong ground motions. Box action of masonary buildings. plate tectonics.K. M. Module 2 ( 8 hrs) Past earthquakes in India. References 1. Agarwal and.CE010 804L03 EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING AND DESIGN (Elective III) Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credit: 4 Objective: To have a general awareness about effects of earthquake and study of seismic design of structures. Duggal. New Delhi . horizontal and vertical layout of buildings. load distribution among shear walls. S. Architectural features. flow of inertia. PHI Learning Pvt.C. weak storey. and masonry Buildings. intensity and energy release. Types of earthquakes. building. characteristics of strong ground motion. role of horizontal and vertical bands.. seismic zones of India. P. Module 3 (14 hrs) Torsion in buildings. Building forms for earthquake resistance. forces to foundations. measuring instruments. the circulations.C. Earthquake resistant Design of structures. Ltd.Shrikande. Earthquake resistant design of structures. capacity design concept-Strong column weak beam concept. Rigid and flexible floor diaphragm. retrofitting techniques of R. Flexible and rigid floors. Inertia forces in structures. Seismic waves. Torsionally coupled and uncoupled system. effect of deformation in structures. Module 5 (13 hrs) Behaviour of brick masonary walls.C. Direct and indirect effects of earthquake.

Kamalesh Kumar. C. Bruce A. L. Freeman & Company 7. W.l . Kramer. Earthquakes. Bolt. Pearson Education. New age International Pvt. Ltd. Bureau of Indian Standards I S: 1893(Part I 2002) I S: 113920-1993 I S: 13935-1993 I S: 13828 -1993 6.3. R. Dr. 4. Murthy. Earthquake Tips. Geo technical Earthquake Engineering. V. Basic Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. S. BMTPC. H. New Delhi 5.

infiltration .instantaneous unit hydrograph .recording gauges .effects of earth’s rotation .run off estimation by empirical formulae.design principles-depth area duration curves – Hyetograph.flood routing . overland flow hydrograph and unit hydrograph method.properties of water vapour. rational method.factors controlling erosion reservoir sedimentation .analytical and graphical methods of flood routing. upon completion of the course.synthetic unit hydrograph-applications. Module 4 (15hrs) Floods: Definition of standard project flood –Frequency analysis. Water Losses: Evaporation-evaporation pans – evapometre.flood forecasting techniques.time variations of temperatures .unit hydrograph of complex storms .water shed leakage .maximum probable flood – probable maximum precipitation and design flood .soil evaporation . Module 2 (10 hrs) Precipitation: Measurement of precipitation.moving average curves .scanning and predicting weather.fronts measurement of temperatures –.classification of streams.estimation of peak floodflood control.control of reservoir sedimentation.infiltration curves . infiltration method. The erosion process . hydrograph and mass curve of rainfall .unit hydrograph . Module 1 (10hrs) Introduction: Hydrologic cycle. Measures .transpiration estimation of evapo transpiration . Determination of snow melts.migratory systems . curves.assumption derivations of unit hydrograph .time variations in humidity-geographic variations of wind time variations of wind .analysis of rainfall data .automatic gauges radars estimation of missing data and adjustment of records .mean areal depth of precipitation rain gauge network.Weather and hydrology: Thermal circulation .determination of infiltration indices .geographic distribution of temperatures . control of' reservoir evaporation . Hydrologic analysis emphasizes computational methods in hydrology for specific tasks.. flow components . Module 3 (10 hrs) Runoff: Catchments characteristics . be sufficient to understand and appreciate the important issues in the current literature where statistical and optimization methods are used in prediction and interpretation of hydrologic processes. .Measurement of humidity – geographic distributions of humidity .water balance. Hydrographs: Separation of stream.effect of’ land and water distribution .design storms – probable maximum precipitation curves snowfall and measurement. The level of understanding should.CE 010 804L04 ADVANCED HYDROLOGY AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Elective -III) Teaching scheme: Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: To increase knowledge on the application of advanced hydrologic methods to water resources problems.

D.S. Ven Te Chow. M. Hann. . H. Ang and Wilson H. McGraw-Hill. A. scope and steps in system engineeringsystem approach-need for system approach-concept of models-classification of modelsGeneral system model.K. Box and Gwilym M. The Iowa State University Press. Viessman and lewis. Single vs Multiple events and Stochastic vs Deterministic Models-simulation models. Jenkins. 9. Applied Hydrology. 1988. introduction to hydrology. standard deviation.. Risks and Reliability. frequency by fuller’s. Vijay P. 11. M.applications Probability analysis of hydrological data: mean. mean-deviation. Prentice Hall. Kholar. 2002. Khanna Publishers. 1996 7. 6. L. New Delhi. variances and skewness of data normal. Statistical Methods in Water Resources. and Reliability for Civil and Environmental Engineers. 10.usgs. 1977. T. Probability. and Mays. Alfredo H. 1976. R. Statistics. Hirsch. Statistical Methods in Hydrology. Linsley. 4. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. 1992. 5. USGS. 1997. References 1. Hydrology and flood control engineering.M.Reghunath. Probability Concepts in Engineering Planning and Design Vol. gamma. Holden Day. mode. . Tang.. Hydrology for engineers. log normal and pears and type III distributions .Module 5 (12 hrs) System analysis: Basic system analysis concepts.. Gumbel’s. W. Singh. 8.R. I Basic Principles and Vol.. median. poisons. George P. Descriptive vs Predictive. Powel and Ven Te chow methods. Elementary Hydrology. II Decision. R. The McGraw-Hill Companies. Tata Mc Graw Hill.flood. Harper Collin college publisher. 2. Kottegoda and Renzo Rosso. Wiley. D. Maidment. 3. Santhosh Kumar Garg. Hydrology. Wiley Easten Ltd. http://pubs. Inc. C. Helsel and R. 1975.gov/twri/twri4a3/. Nathabandu T.

S. References 1. Module 4 (12hrs) Temperature stresses in concrete pavements: Westergaard’s concept .Bradley’s stress coefficients .theoretical subgrade conditions and traffic loadings Basic difference between flexible and rigid pavements design factors .G.tie bars . Highway Engineering.design charts..wrapping stress . Khanna O. Bindra B. Highway Engineering. 2.types of pavement distress .functional stress . Module 5 (12hrs) Evaluation of pavement condition: pavement instrumentation .roughness and skid resistance.Me Load method .CEO10 804L05 HIGHWAY AND AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS (Elective III) Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credit: 4 Objective: To equip the students to carry out design and evaluation of flexible and rigid pavements in varied field conditions.equivalent single wheel load . Module 3 (12hrs) Design of rigid pavements: radius of relative stiffness .IRC recommendations .construction joints design of dowel bars . Justo C. Principles of Pavement Design.critical load positions Westergaard’s stress equation .repetition of loads elastic modulii .IRC recommendation. Danpat Rai and Sons.P. Module 2 (12hrs) Design of flexible pavements: group index method . Environmental influence and effects-pavements maintenance and overlays.CBR method .J. Nem Chand Publishers 4. H. IRC Standard specifications for Construction of Flexible and rigid pavements .climatic variations. Design of joints in concrete pavements: expansion joints .Yoder. John wiley and sons 3.combination of stresses.Burmister’s layer theory. Module 1 (12hrs) Pavement types: stress distribution in pavements .wheel load .

Finite Element Method . Module 5 ( 11 hours ) Finite element application to dynamics-element stiffness matrix and mass matrix of a beam element. Cox H L. Blarsdell. Joseph Penzien. Wiley. 8.fourth Edition. Theory of elastic stability. Dynamics of structures.finite element stability analysis-element stiffness matrix –geometric stiffness matrix-derivation of element stiffness matrix and geometric stiffness matrix for a beam element. Buckling of Bars. 7. General treatment of column stability problem as an Eigen value problem-various modes of failure for various end conditions. 5.CE010 804 L06 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND STABILITY ANALYSIS (Elective III) Teaching scheme: Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: To study 1. B O O Almorth. The buckling of plates and shells.one end fixed other end hinged. New York. R. O C Zienkiewicz . Macmillam. 6. Wallham.. unstable and neutral equilibrium-fourth order differential equation for generalized bending problemselastic instability of columns-Euler’ s theory-assumptions-limitations.Cook. Finite element application to stability analysis. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis. Ray W Clough.both ends hinged-both ends fixed-one end fixed other end free.the comprehensive methods of dynamic analysis. solution techniques-determinant search procedure-Householders method Module 3 ( 12 hours ) Introduction to stability analysis-energy principles-stable. 3. References 1. 2. . 2. 4.McGraw Hill. Gere. the basic concepts of stability. G W Hunt. 1963. NewYork. Timoshenko. Thompson J M. Module 1 (12 hours ) Introduction-problems in nature-steady state problem-dynamic problem-stability problem (Eigen value problem)-introduction to dynamic loading-D’Alembert’ s equation of equilibrium-inertia force-effect of damping-Hamilton’ s principle. 1963. Mc Graw Hill. Mass.D. plates and shells. New York. Don O Brush. John Wiley&Sons. Principles of structural stability. General stability of elastic stability. Module 2 (12 hours ) Single degree of freedom system-idealisation-free vibration-natural frequencyresonanceforced vibration-lumped mass-consistent mass.one end fixed other end hinged Module 4 (13 hours ) Beam column-beam column equation-solution of differential equation for various lateral loads-udl and concentrated loads-solutions for various end conditions-both ends hinged-both ends fixed-one end fixed other end free.Kogabusha Ltd. Ziegler H. Mc Graw Hill.

S.New Delhi. 1987. S. Stephen P. Finite Element Methods in Computational Mechanics..Isoparametric elements-Numerical Integration . Prentice Hall. . Solution techniques.J. McGraw Hill. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis.1993. Finite Element Analysis. C..Gauss Quadrature.Introduction to shell elements References 1. 3.Finite Element Method.Gauss Elimination – Frontal solver (concepts only) Module 2 (12hrs) Finite element analysis. &Sons. 6.McGraw Hill.Bathe.Variational approach -Stable.. basic concepts and basic formulation of finite element method Module I (12hrs) Introduction to FEM-Historical development-Idealization of actual structuresMathematical model-General procedure of FEA-Displacement approach. 4.D.Principle of Stationary Potential Energy. Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis.Timoshenko& Krieger.CE010 805G01 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (Elective IV) Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credit: 4 Objective: To make the back ground.Plate bending theory – Kirchhoff’s theory – Mindlin’s theory – Introduction to locking problems. Tata McGraw Hill .Constant Strain Triangle-Linear Strain Triangle. Theory of Plates and Shells. R. Matrix Finite Element Computer and Structural Analysis. Module 5 (12hrs) General plate bending elements. S. T. 5.UnstableNeutral equilibrium-Virtual work. Module 3 (12hrs) Shape functions-Lagrangian and Hermition Interpolation – Polynomials – General coordinates-Area coordinates-Compatibility –C0 and C1 elements-convergence criteria.preventive measures – reduced integration – selective integration.Cook. 2.Complementary Energy . K.conforming & nonconforming elements – Patch test Module 4 (12hrs) Stiffness matrix-Bar element-Beam element-Triangular elements . Finite Element Analysis. fourth Edition. Mukhopadhyay M. John Wiley &Sons.Kant.Rajasekharan.. Wheeler Publishing Co.W. Axysymmetric elements. 7. 8.-Energy principles. Pergamons Press. O C Zienkiewicz.Krishnamoorthy.Principle of virtual forces – Principle of virtual displacements.

Shames.F. 1984. 9.. Desai C.Oxford &IBH. Introduction to Finite Element Methods. Energy &Finite Element Methods in Structural Mechanics. Irving H.S.&Abel J. East West Press . 10.

CE010 805G02 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNIQUES (ELECTIVE IV) Teaching scheme: Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective: o To understand the basic concept of various forms of Environmental Pollution o To develop knowledge in control techniques for Environmental Pollution Module 1 (12hrs) Introduction to environmental pollution Air pollution – Sources – Criteria pollutants – Control of gaseous pollutants (adsorption. Environmental Engineering Vol. characteristics.activated sludge treatment . sedimentation. control measures.C. Tata Mc Graw Hill Pvt.Recycling – Reuse – Disposal . B. .evaporation & ion exchange – lagooning . incineration. Rao & H. New Delhi. AddisonWesley Publishing Co. Khanna Publishers. Trickling Filters. M. Module 5 (12hrs) Noise pollution: Sources. New Delhi. effects of noise pollution.N. l & ll. equalization and proportioning.. 4. Module 4 (12hrs) Solid waste management: Type and source of solid waste. Environmental Engineering.N. environmental protection laws and acts. Punmia. S.C. Rao. chemical and biological. electrostatic precipitators)– Automobile pollution control Module 2 (12hrs) Water pollution – Sources – Various Pollutants – Treatment and control methods – Physicochemical and Biological Treatments – Screening. Mc Graw Hill International Editions. Punmia. Jodpur. Theories and practices of industrial waste treatment. Water supply Engineering.Characteristics of industrial wastes: physical. Theories of treatments processes: sedimentation flotation coagulation . Air Pollution. 5.V. skimming. References 1. Peavy. Ltd. Jodpur. Arihant Publications. high rate anaerobic methods (design not needed) Module 3 (12hrs) Industrial Pollution . Waste water Engineering. collection. .High rate anaerobic treatment.. coagulation. B. Tchobanoglous. fabric filters. Inc. waste strength reduction neutralization. Important Environmental rules and regulations. Administrative and Legislative control of environmental pollution. Oxidation ponds. Filtration. Rowe. K. reaction and other methods) – Control of particulate pollutants (settling chambers.composting. cyclone separation. absorption. Activated sludge process. Arihant Publications. 3. 2. sanitary landfill. transportation and processing.Waste minimization strategies – Reduction . Nelson Leonard Nemerow. 6. Pretreatment of industrial wastes: waste volume reduction. Wet collectors. Garg.

7. W Wesley Eckenfelder Jr., Industrial water pollution control, International Edition, Mc Graw Hill Inc, New Delhi. 8. M Narayana Rao, Waste water treatment, Rational methods of design and Industrial practice, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd, Bombay. 9. C.S. Rao, Environmental Pollution Control Engineering, New Age International (P)Ltd, New Delhi. 10. Warren Viessman and mark J Hammer, Water Supply and Pollution Control, Pearson Education, Inc. 11. Gilbert M.Masters, Kurian Joseph and R. Nagendran, Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science. 12. Ruth F. Weiner and Robin Matthews, Environmental Engineering, Butterworth-Heinemann, Elsevier.

CE010 805G03

OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES (Elective IV)
Credit: 4

Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective:

To make the students aware of scientific methods and techniques to decision making problems and provides the best optimal solutions. Module 1 (12hrs) Classical optimization techniques Single variable optimization – Multivariable optimization with no constraints – Hessian matrix – Multivariable saddle point – Optimization with equality constraints – Lagrange multiplier method - Multivariable optimization with inequality constraints – Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Module 2 (12hrs) One-dimensional unconstrained minimization Elimination methods – unrestricted search method – Fibonacci method – Interpolation methods – Quadratic interpolation and cubic interpolation methods. Module 3 (12hrs) Unconstrained minimization Gradient of a function – Steepest descent method – Newton’s method – Powells method – Hooke and Jeeve’s method. Module 4 (12hrs) Integer – Linear programming problem Gomory’ s cutting plane method – Gomory’ s method for all integer programming problems, mixed integer programming problems. Module 5 (12hrs) Network Techniques Shortest path model – Dijkstra`s Algorithm – Floyd`s Algorithm – minimum spanning tree problem – PRIM algorithm – Maximal Flow Problem algorithm. References 1. S.S. Rao, Optimization theory and application, New Age International P. Ltd. 2. A.D. Belegundu, T.R. Chandrupatla, Optimization Concepts and applications in Engineering, Pearson Education Asia. 3. F. S. Budnick, D. McLeavey, R. Mojena, Richard D, Principles of Operations Research for Management, Irwin, INC. 4. H. A. Taha, Operation Research an introduction, Eastern Economy Edition. 5. R. Panneerselvam, Operations Research, PHI.

CE010 805G04

LAND USE PLANNING (Elective IV) Credit: 4

Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week

Objectives: The basic objective of this course is to introduce to the students of planning the various theories of planning and city design along with necessary details in terms of population projection, formulation of activity structure, formulation of goals and objectives for any planning work to be carried out. This course is also aimed at students getting enough theoretical background to carry concurrent laboratory exercise in area planning and city planning. Attempt has been made to include several case studies and relate them to the theories of planning to develop better understanding of urban planning. Module 1 (10 Hrs) Introduction: Brief Study of Urban Travel Patterns and Urban Transportation Technologies; Land use-Transportation Planning Process Module 2 (13 Hrs) Urban Forms and Urban Structure: Hierarchy of Urban Activity System, Hierarchy of Urban Transportation Network and Technology; Relationship between Movement and Accessibility Functions of Transportation Network; Urban Structure and its Characteristics such as Centripetal, Grid Iron, Linear and Directional Grid types, Study of Urban Forms such as Garden City, Precincts, Neighbourhoods, Linear City, MARS Plan, LeCorbusier Concept, Radburn Concept, Environmental Area Concept. Module 3 (13 Hrs) Demographic and Employment Forecasting Models: Demographic Models- Linear, Exponential and Logistic Models,; Cohort Survival Models-Birth, Aging and Migration Models; Employment Forecasting Models- Economic base Mechanism; Population and Employment Multiplier Models- Input and Output Models - Dynamic Models of Population and Employment Module 4 (12 Hrs) Land use-Transportation Models: Lowry based Land use-Transportation Models – Allocation Function, Constraints, Travel Demand Estimation – Iterative Solutions, Matrix Formulation Module 5 (12 Hrs) Evaluation of Land use – Transportation Plans: Operational, Environmental and Economic Evaluation – Concept of Demand and Supply for Transportation Projects – Benefit and Cost – B/C and Cost Effective Approach for Economic Evaluation. References 1) Hutchinson B.G., Principle of Transportation Systems Planning, McGraw-Hill. 2) Oppenheim N., Applied Models in Urban and Regional Analysis, Prentice-Hall. 3) Dickey J.W., et. al., Metropolitan Transportation Planning, Tata McGraw-Hill. 4) Gallion A.B and Eisner S., The Urban Pattern, Affluated East-West Press, New Delhi. 5) Heggei, I.G., Transportation Engineering Economics, Mc-Graw Hill Book Company, New York. 6) Wilson, A.G, Urban and Regional Models in Geography and Planning, John Wiley and Sons.

frequency Chart . New Delhi. . Prentice Hall of India 6. Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering. Applied Numerical Analysis. Jacobi’s method Module 3 (13 hours) Numerical Interpolation& Integration – Introduction – Lagrange. Saumyen Guha& Rajesh Srivastava.K. Pearson Education Asia.curve fitting by sum of exponential . Hermitian and isoparametric style of interpolation.data fitting with cubic splines approximation of functions.Ltd. . Jain M.Review of Gaussian elimination and Cholesky methods.H.. inverse iteration.Introduction – forward iteration. 3. Numerical Methods. Oxford University Press. Iyengar S.Simpson 1/3 rule . 1999. Module I (10 hours) Solution of linear equations:.R. New Delhi.K. 5. &Jain R.F. Regression Analysis . partial differential equations etc that describe the mathematical models of problems.method of least square curve fitting procedures fitting a straight line . Bathe.CE 010 805G05 NUMERICAL METHODS (Elective IV) Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Credit: 4 Objective To impart the basic concepts of mathematical modeling of problems in science and engineering and to know procedures for solving different kinds of problems. Variational and weighted residual methods Module 5 (13 hours) Statistical Computations . Tata McGraw-Hill Pub.O. Rajasekharan S.sub matrix equation solver Module 2 (12 hours) Solution technique for Eigen value problem:. Gerald C. Wheeler &Co 4. A practical Approach.J.trapezoidal rule ..Simpson 3/8 rule .. Numerical Methods for Engineering and Science. Numerical integration . Balagurusamy E .K. Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis. K.Gauss quadrature formula – weights and Gauss points Module 4 (12 hours) Finite difference techniques:-Finite difference method.Newton’s method. 2.Co.linear regression References 1. A. Numerical Methods for Science and Engineering. Prentice Hall. 2002. 6th Ed. and Wheatley P. To understand the various numerical techniques which provide solutions to non linear equations.storage schemes – substructure concept.

EMR interaction with water vapour and ozone.components of remote sensing.Arial and space platforms.side looking air borne radar. middle IR.scattering of EMR.earth resources satellites.radiometer radar.electromagnetic radiation(EMR).specular and diffused reflection surfaces.balloons. incident.analysis using raster and vector data. reflected.Plancks Law. weather satellites. Module 3 (12hours) Optical and Microwave Remote sensing: Satellites.EMR spectrum.spectral. helicopters.based on orbits. irradiance.based on purpose.visible. . Module 2 (12hours) Atmospheric characteristics.speckle. spy satellitessatellite sensors. Mie. Objective To make the students aware of the technological developments in the geographical database management and its advantages.synthetic aperture radar. editing. aircrafts and satellites. spatial. scanner. buffering.CE010 805G06 REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS (Elective IV) Teaching scheme Credit: 4 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week.components of GIS.significance of atmospheric windows.raster and vector data structures.StefanBoltzman law.near IR.Raliegh.retrieval. Principles of thermal remote sensingPrinciples of microwave remote sensing.reflectance.description of sensors in IRS seriescurrent satellites.classification.data input.digitizer.atmospheric windows. Non-selective and Raman scattering.data.printers and plotters.types of projection.spectral signature.EMR interaction with water. overlaying. reclassification.black body radiation. software and organizational context.back scattering.types of maps.energy sensor.spectral signature curves.hardware.comparison of raster and vector data structure.EMR interaction with earth surface material.sun synchronous and geo synchronous. radiance.spatial and non spatial maps.resolution. thermal IR and microwave. infrared(IR) . absorbed and transmitted energy. interacting bodyactive and passive remote sensing.platforms. communication satellites.geometrical characteristics.radar.data output.projection. soil and earth surface.description of multi-spectral scanning. radiometric and temporal resolution.along and across track scanners. Module 1 (13hours) Remote sensing: definition. Module 4 (12hours) Geographic information system.

digital image processing techniques. 3.Srinivas (Edited by).”Remote sensing and geographical systems”. References: 1. Thomas M.Kiefer.John Wiley Sons.R.urban analysis.Module 5 (12hours) Miscellaneous topics: interpretation of satellite images..elements of interpretation.G.urban applications.water resources.”Remote Sensing Applications”.supervised and unsupervised integration of GIS and remote sensing.watershed management. Floyd F.image classification.Prentice Hall of India.BS Publications.application of remote sensing and GIS.resources information system. 2. Sabins.filtering.”Introductory Digital Image Processing”. Freeman And Company.”remote sensing and image interpretation”.image enhancement. 5. 4.hazard mitigation. ”Remote sensing principles and interpretation”.Lillesand &Raiph W. M.visual interpretation.   .FCC composites. Jensan J. Anji Reddy. Nerusa publications.

4. “Manual of standards of quality for Drinking Water Supplies”.CE010 806 Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB Credits: 2 Objective: To make students familiar with laboratory tests for water and waste water quality assessment. IS 7968-1976. 8.total. suspended. ALPHA. and Biochemical Oxygen Demand. 6. 3. 13. Determination of hardness of water. IS 105001991” Bureau of Indian Standards. New Delhi. “International Standards of Drinking Water” – W.H. 3. “Chemistry for Environmental Engineering”. 11. IS 2296-1974.Sawer and McCarty.Indian Council of Medical Research. “IS 2490-1981. 12. 5. New Delhi. P. WPCF Publication. fixed. “Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater” 1995. 2. Determination of solids . AWWA.O. List of Experiments 1. Determination of iron. dissolved.1974. 4. volatile. 5. 10. . M. D. of Fecal coliforms using A-l medium 9. Determination of Chlorine demand and residual chlorine. Chemical oxygen demand. IS 3306. IS 3307-1977. Determination of pH Reference: 1. Determination of Turbidity and estimation of optimum coagulant dosage by jar test. Determination of alkalinity of water.O. 2. Determination of chlorides in water. McGraw Hill. settleable and SVI. N. Determination of sulphates. 7. Effluent Standard KSPCB. Determination of acidity of water.

accept with modification. and request a resubmission. The EC can accept. Balance 40 marks will be awarded based on the presentation of the project by the students before an evaluation committee. By this time. the students will be in a position to publish a paper in international/ national journals/conferences.   . such students has to present again to the EC at the end of the semester and if it is also found unsatisfactory an extension of the project work can be given to the students. The report shall record all aspects of the work. in which 60 marks will be based on day to day performance assessed by the guide. Report of each member shall give details of the work carried out by him/her. the minimum for a pass shall be 50% of the total marks assigned to the Project work. and only summarise other members’ work.CE010 807 Project Work Teaching scheme 6 hours practical per week The progress in the project work is to be presented by the middle of eighth semester before the evaluation committee. credits: 4 The student’s sessional marks for project will be out of 100. The progress of project work is found unsatisfactory by the EC during the middle of the eighth semester presentation. highlighting all the problems faced and the approach/method employed to solve such problems. Project report: To be prepared in proper format decided by the concerned department. For Project. Members of a project group shall prepare and submit separate reports.

Note: If a candidate has passed all examinations of B. Each candidate should apply for this ‘Save a Semester examination’ within one week after the publication of eighth semester results. course (at the time of publication of results of eighth semester) except Viva-Voce in the eighth semester. the minimum for a pass shall be 50% of the total marks assigned to the Viva-voce. An internal and external examiner is appointed by the University for the Conduct of viva voce University examination. depth of understanding in the specified field of engineering and papers published / accepted for publication etc.CE010 808 Teaching scheme Viva -Voce credits: 2 A comprehensive oral Viva-voce examination will be conducted to assess the student's intellectual achievement. The certified bound report(s) of educational tour/industrial training/ industrial visit shall also be brought during the final VivaVoce. certified bound reports of seminar and project work are to be presented for evaluation.   . For Viva-voce. a re-examination for the Viva-Voce should be conducted within one month after the publication of results.Tech. At the time of viva-voce.