Structure of T.E. (Civil Engineering) 2008 course Semester I

Sub. code No. 301001 301002

Subject Title

301003 301004 301005

Structural Analysis - II Infrastructure Engg. and Construction Techniques Structural Design I Fluid Mechanics II Advanced Surveying Total

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Hours per week Lect. Tut. Pract Pape TW Pract. Oral . /Drg r 4 --100 ---4 -2 100 25 ---

Total Marks

100 125

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50 50 50

175 175 175 750

Structure of T.E. (Civil Engineering) 2008 course Semester II Sub. code No. 301006 Subject Title Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Hours per week Lect. Tut. Pract Pape TW Pract. Oral . /Drg r 4 --100 ---Total Marks


301008 301009 301010

Hydrology & Water Resources Engg. Project Management & Engineering Economics Structural Design II Environmental Engineering I Foundation Engg. Seminar Total










4 4 4 -20


4 2 -2 10

100 100 100 500

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50 ---150

175 175 100 50 750

Structural Analysis II (301001)
Teaching Scheme Lectures: - 04 Hours/week Examination Scheme Theory: - 100 Marks

SECTION I Unit I (08 hours) a) Slope-deflection method of analysis: Slope-deflection equations, equilibrium equation of slope-deflection method, application to beams with and without joint translation and rotation, yielding of support, application to non-sway rigid jointed rectangular portal frames, shear force and bending moment diagram. b) Sway analysis of rigid jointed rectangular portal frames using slope-deflection method (Involving not more than three unknowns) Unit II (08 hours) a) Moment distribution method of analysis: Stiffness factor, carry over factor, distribution factor, application to beams with and without joint translation and yielding of support, application to non-sway rigid jointed rectangular portal frames, shear force and bending moment diagram. b) Sway analysis of rigid jointed rectangular single bay single storey portal frames using moment distribution method (Involving not more than three unknowns). Unit III (08 hours) a) Three hinged arches: Concepts, types of arches, analysis of parabolic with supports at same and different levels, semicircular arches. Determination of horizontal thrust, radial shear and normal thrust. b) Two hinged arches: analysis of parabolic two hinged arches with supports at same level. Determination of horizontal thrust, radial shear and normal thrust. SECTION II Unit IV (08 hours) a) Fundamental concepts of flexibility method of analysis, formulation of flexibility matrix, application to pin jointed plane trusses (Involving not more than three unknowns). b) Application of flexibility method to beams and rigid jointed rectangular portal frames (Involving not more than three unknowns). Unit V (08 hours) a) Fundamental concepts of stiffness method of analysis, formulation of stiffness matrix, application to trusses by member approach. Application to beams by structure approach only, (Involving not more than three unknowns). b) Application to rigid jointed rectangular portal frames by structure approach only (Involving not more than three unknowns). Unit VI (08 hours) a) Finite Difference Method – Introduction, application to deflection problems of determinate beams by central difference method b) Approximate methods of analysis of multi-storied multi-bay 2 - D rigid jointed fames by substitute frame method, cantilever method and portal method.

K. 07. McGraw Hills. Intermediate Structural Analysis: C. 05. Tata MacGraw Hill. Wang. Structural Analysis by Hibbler. 10. I & II by B. Theory of Structures Vol.Reference Books 01. Theory of Structures Vol. Pearson Education. 06. Basic Structural Analysis: Wilbur and Norris. McGraw Hills. Punmia. 08. I & II by Perumull & Vaidyanathan.Abdul Hameed Shaikh. Structural Analysis: A Matrix Approach by Pundit and Gupta. II by Junnarkar S B 09. Theory of Structures by L. 04.Matrix Method for structural engineering. Laxmi Publication. 03. S. Laxmi Publication. . 02.Weaver. Mechanics of Structure vol.Matrix and Finite Elemen Analysis of structure by Madhujeet Gere . Negi and Jangid. C.

(2) traction (3) high speeds. necessity of uniformity. speed on curves. (4) improvements in track structure: components (5) Automation (6) Safety aspects. Organizational structure. basic components.Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Techniques (301002) Teaching scheme: Lecture: 4 hours/week Practical: 2 hours/week Examination scheme Theory: 100 marks Term work: 25 marks SECTION I Unit I (08 hours) a. choice. safe speed on curves using Indian Railways formula only for fully transition curves. density and spacing. components/ elements of points. track standards related with track structure for BG and MG. types of crossings and types of turnouts. operations involved. synthetic (fiber glass and polymer matrix composite) b. max. feasibility studies Permanent Way: definition of track. permissible limits for cant. Track Gauges and standards Types of Gauges. alignment. Track fittings and fastenings Unit II (08 hours) a. Introduction Role of Civil Engineers in Infrastructure Development. use of modern track management systems on Indian railways. grading and quantity of ballast Sleepers: functions. concepts and advantages of Modern Directed Track Maintenance (DTM). Crossings and Turnouts: Functions. cant deficiency. . Geometric Design: necessity. cast iron. grade compensation on curves. Introduction to skybus and Metro rails. curves. concept of negative cant. Concept of over dimensioning consignment (ODC). super elevation. failures and remedies. common items of track maintenance. types of gradients. Modernization in railways: with respect to (1) types of railways. cant excess. design of ballast sections. Points. equilibrium speed. types such as steel. Construction and Track maintenance: Plate laying method. Tilting of rails and coning of wheels Formation: function suitability and drainage. pre stressed concrete. b. necessity of blanket/ sub ballast. treatment. ideal requirements Rails: functions. equilibrium cant. Advantages of Railways as mode of transport. specifications. different cross sections of tracks in cutting and embankment Ballast: definition functions specifications. track quality assessments and monitoring c.

classification of harbors with examples. autoclave curing. Methods of Driving tunnels in soft ground: General characteristics of soft ground. Wharves. slip form pavers. specialty and precautions at joints. b. Wet and Dry Dock. b. Scrapers. Quay. Jetty. types. erection methods using hoists and cranes. Bulkhead. wall panels. overheads. Loaders Dozer. Use of RMC plants and jet grouting techniques . Factors affecting methods of tunneling. concrete pumps. needle beam method and NATM method of tunneling in practice. depreciation cost. making light weight. High Rise structures and their construction techniques. Mucking. boom placers slip form technique. consideration such as strength.Unit III (08 hours) a. Role of construction activity in the national and global development. production techniques. problems based on it. Quadripads and Hexapods SECTION II Unit IV (08 hours) a. pumps. Drag-line JCB-Excavator. Driving tunnels in hard ground: General sequence of operation and typical distribution of time for each operations. quality control for prefab elements. economy. construction difficulties. b. use of barges. methods of removal of muck. work cycle out put estimation for operation. Definitions/ methods of Breakwater. use of Tetrapods. Use of Trucks. Requirements of harbors and ports. construction of shaft. repair cost. pneumaticdrilling equipment. preventive maintenance. acoustic and fire insulation in construction. Concreting methods Under water concreting . Work cycle. Earth Moving Equipment Power Shovels. labour movements. thermal.dredging techniques. tractor and Dumpers. Dock fenders. and economic replacement calculation Unit VI (08 hours) a. Production of crushed sand and crushed aggregates. portals and adits. b. Triars. Methods of Ventilation. material conveyance. Tunneling: Introduction about tunnels. slabs. industrial flooring. tunnel form work. selection of site for harbor. Use of precast/ prefabricated elements such as columns. Construction Techniques: Introduction. dewatering systems. trenching machinery. factors affecting selection. Miscellaneous Techniques: Guniting. record keeping. investment cost. TBM. Advantages of twin tunnels and pilot tunnels. cost of labour. Unit V (08 hours) a. beams. meaning of the term ‘Faces of Attack’. Dolphines. concreting. maintenance and repair of construction Equipments: Depreciation. equipment working rates. jump form technique. Hydraulically operated rock breakers. economic life. Docks and Harbors: Introduction. cost of fuel and lubricants. Lighting and aspects of drainage. Criteria for selection of size and shape of tunnels. advantages and disadvantages of tunnels compared to open cuts. Back Hoe. Economic. door frames.

Information pertaining to the following aspects should be collected. Srinivasan 5. a. Oza – Charotar Book Stall . Dock and Tunnel Engineering: R. Construction Equipments & its Management: S. Cost. Types. Oza and Gautam H. Harbour. E) Report on special guest lectures arranged on any topic from the above syllabus. area of use c. Tata McGraw Hill 4. S. Khanna Publications. Methods & Equipment: Puerifoy – Tata McGraw Hill 2. Reference Books 1.Term-work Term work consist the following. Railway Track Engineering: J. Equipment performance data C) Student should study repetitive Civil Engineering operation and workout cycle time and cost of production of any two equipments. 3. different makes of equipment b. Sharma. Docks and Harbour Engineering: Hasmukh P. Construction Planning. C. sketches and photographs. A) Minimum Three Site Visits covering any of the above topics of the above syllabus and preparation of reports with necessary drawings. B) Collection of brochures / pamplets regarding various construction equipment. D) An internal seminar on any one of the topic from above syllabus. useful life. Mundrey.

Column base under axial load: design of slab base. IS:808-1989. connections of member with gusset plate by bolts and welds. codes for welded connections. detailing of typical joints and supports. connection of lacing/battening with main components by bolts and welds. design of purlin. Secondary and main beam arrangement for floor of a building. Design of column base for axial load and uniaxial bending. Column base for axial load and uniaxial bending. curtailment of flange plates. stiffeners and connections. buckling curves. check for deflection. Design of tension member: using single and double angle sections. b) Tension member: various cross sections such as solid threaded rod. SECTION II Unit III (12 hours) a) Flexural member. Unit IV (12 hours) a) Design of welded plate girder: design of cross section. SP: 6(6). design of beam to beam and beam to column connections using bolt / weld. b) Roof truss: assessment of dead load. low and high shear. b) Design of built-up column. IS:4000-1992.Structural Design I (301003) Teaching Scheme Lecture: 4 hrs/week Practical: 4 hrs/week Design should be based on IS. 800-2007 SECTION I Unit I (12 hours) Examination scheme Theory: 100 marks Term work: 25 marks Oral: 50 marks a) Types of steel structures. compact. grades of structural steel.Laterally supported and unsupported beams using single rolled steel section with and without flange plate. rupture and block shear. semi-compact and slender. . cable and angle sections. relevant IS specifications such as IS:800-2007. various rolled steel sections. gusseted base. various design load combinations. classification of cross section such as plastic. connections of members with gusset plate by bolts and welds. IS:875 part I to III. lacing and battening. design of struts in trusses using single and double angle section. Limit strength due to yielding. SP: 6(1). partial safety factor for load and resistance. strength in flexure. Philosophy of limit state design for strength and serviceability. b) Design of eccentrically loaded column subjected to uniaxial bending (check for section strength only). live load and wind load. Design of axially loaded column using rolled steel section. design of members of a truss. Unit II (12 hours) a) Buckling classification as per geometry of cross section.

. curtailment of flange plates. 2. Pune. column. bracings. purlin. 3. New Delhi. Design of steel structure by Limit State Method as per IS: 800. Oral Examination shall be based on the above term work. (minimum 16 sketches) B) Design of industrial building including roof truss. column base and connections. column. A) Four numbers of half imperial size sheets showing structural detailing based on syllabus. Note: Maximum number of students in a group not more than three to five for design. Teaching materials of National Workshop on design of steel structure by limit state method organized for faculty of Pune University. New Delhi. OR C) Design of building including primary and secondary beams. Four half Imperial size drawing sheet out of which one drawing sheet shall be drawn by using any drafting software. 4.2007 by Bhavikatti S S. Limit state design of Steel Structure by V L Shah & Gore. Structures Publication. Design of Steel Structure by N Subramanian. 5. I K International Publishing House. design of cross section. Oxford University Press. Reference Books 1. column base and connections. Pune. D) Two site visits: Report should contain structural details with sketches. stiffeners and connections.Term work Term work consists of the following. C) Design of welded plate girder. Teaching Resource Material by INSDAG.

cylinder. Work done by impeller.Fluid Mechanics-II (301004) Teaching scheme Lectures: 4 hours/week Practical: 2 hours/week Examination scheme Theory: 100 marks Term Work: 25 marks Oral: 50 Marks SECTION I Unit-I (08 hours) a) Fluid Flow around Submerged Objects: Practical problems involving fluid flow around submerged objects. Lift on cylinder and Aerofoil. minimum starting speed. theory working. Selection of pumps. Effects of free surface and compressibility on drag. drag coefficient. b) Performance of hydraulic turbines : Prediction of performance in terms of unit quantities and specific quantities. Dimensional analysis as applied to hydraulic turbines. types of drag. Rise of pressure due to water hammer-rigid water column and elastic water column theories. Celerity of elastic pressure wave through fluid medium. Polar diagram. normal depth. Drag on sphere. Fluid compressibility. selection of turbines. flat and curved surfaces using linear momentum principle. Introduction to reciprocating pump and submersible pumps. . Centrifugal head. flow through notches weirs. Definitions and expressions for drag. Cavitation in centrifugal pumps. flat plate and aerofoil. Most efficient channel section. One dimensional approach. conveyance. Geometric elements of channel. viz. multistage pumping. Karman's vortex street. b) Uniform flow in open channels : Characteristics and establishment of uniform flow. Cavitation in hydraulic turbines. hydraulic exponent. lift coefficient. UNIT-II (08 hours) a) Impact of Jet: Force and work done due to impact of jet on stationary and moving. Water hammer phenomenon. Centrifugal pumps. simple cases neglecting friction. b) Centrifugal Pumps : General classification of pumps. Francis turbime-parts and working. lift. Characteristic curves. uniform flow formulae : Chezy's and Manning's formulae. heads and efficiencies. section factor. Uniform flow computations. current meter. Flow through openings under varying head. UNIT-III Hydraulic Turbines (08 hours) a) Hydropower generation: Elements of hydropower plant. Specific speed. b) Unsteady Flow: Types of unsteady flow. Important terms pertaining to uniform flow. Velocity distribution in open channel flow. and Channel flows.Classification. SECTION II UNIT-IV (08 hours) a) Introduction to open channel flow: Classification of channels. Basic governing equations of Channel flow viz. energy equation and momentum equation . Heads and efficiencies. Factors affecting Manning's roughness coefficient. continuity equation. Development of lift. hydraulic turbinesClassification. Design and governing of Pelton Wheel. Magnus effect.

(c) Design of Pelton Wheel Turbine/Centrifugal Pump. Classification of channel bed slopes. Standard Step method. standing wave flume. Specific force diagram. Study of Hydraulic Jump as Energy Dissipater. Flow around a Circular Cylinder/ airfoil 2. Differential equation of GVF . Characteristics of a Pelton Wheel Turbine. Ven Te Chow method. Assumptions in the theory of hydraulic jump. Direct Step method. their general characteristics and examples of their occurrence. venturiflume. Calibration of Standing Wave Flume / Venturi / Partial flume. Depthdischarge diagram.Alternative forms. Classification of hydraulic jump. flow classification based on it. b) Gradually varied flow computations: Methods of GVF computations.UNIT-V (08 hours) a) Depth-Energy Relationships in Open Channel Flow : Specific energy. Froude's number. hydraulic exponent. Characteristics of a Centrifugal Pump. C) Site visit to Hydropower generation plant/Research Institute. Application of momentum equation to hydraulic jump in rectangular channel : Conjugate depths and relations between conjugate depths. Important terms pertaining to critical flow viz. b) Hydraulic Jump Phenomenon of hydraulic jump. Various GVF profiles. direct Integration method. (b) Characteristics of various GVF Profiles and computer program on G V F. channel transitions. Conditions for occurrence of critical flow. Term Work Term work will consist of a journal giving the detailed report on experiments and assignments performed and visit report. UNIT-VI (08 hours) a) Gradually Varied Flow in Open Channels Definition and types of non-uniform flow. 8. Gradually Varied Flow (GVF) and Rapidly Varied Flow (RVF). Following experiments and assignments based on the above syllabus shall be performed. Velocity Distribution in Open Channel Flow. Control section. 7. . Location and examples of occurrence of hydraulic jump. 6. 3. Specific force Specific energy diagram. Practical uses of hydraulic jump. 5 Study of Uniform Flow Formulae of Open channel. List of Experiments. section factor. Critical depth. Oral Examination shall be based on the above term work. Impact of Jet on flat/curved surface. Energy dissipation in hydraulic jump. Graphical Integration method. Critical flow computations. Graphical method of determination of energy dissipation. B) Assignments (all compulsory): (a) Study of Specific Energy Diagram/Specific Force Diagram.. 4. Basic Assumptions of GVF. A) Experiments 1.

5.Tata McGraw Hill. Open Channel Flow: K. Engineering Fluid Mechanics by Garde. K. Seth Standard book house . G. Open Channel Flow by K Subranmanya. 2. Modi & S. Ranga Raju . N.Reference Books 1. Khanna Pub. N. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics by P.. Mirajgaonkar. 4.Tata McGraw Hill. 3. TMH. Scitech Fluid Mechanics by Dr Jain A. Open Channel Hydraulics: Ven te Chow . Third Ed. 6.

Determination of Difference in Elevation by single observation and reciprocal observations. Laws of weights. intervisibility and height of stations. Probable error and its determination. Flight planning. Triangulation figures. classification of Triangulation Systems. different stereo viewing techniques in digital photogrammetry. Different types of errors in GPS positioning. Relief displacement in vertical photograph. Axis Signal correction. Concept of well conditioned Triangle. Setting out of a tunnel – surface setting out and transferring the alignment underground.Terrestrial refraction. Introduction to digital photogrammetry. SECTION II UNIT IV (08 hours) Aerial Photogrammetry Objects. b) Setting out of Construction works. Factors governing accuracy in GPS positioning. station and figure adjustment of Geodetic Quadrilateral without central station. their importance and role in GPS. Introduction to Triangulation. Glonoss. b) Introduction to GPS. parallax bar and determining the differential equation. GPS systems (viz. Tilted and Oblique photographs. Ground control points (GCPs) and their importance in conventional and digital photogrammetry. Method of Least Squares. Determination of most probable values (MPV) of conditioned and independent quantities. Method of correlates. Galileo etc…) and their features. Different products of digital photogrammetry. Unit –III (08 hours) Trignometric Levelling and Setting out works a) Trignometric Levelling .Advanced Surveying (301005) Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hours /Week Practical: 2 hours/Week SECTION I Unit-I (08 hours) Geodetic Surveying & GPS a) Objects. determination of the length of the central line and the location of piers. Segments of GPS (Space. Vertical. Applications. Mirror stereoscope and parallax equation. Setting out of a bridge. Normal equation. Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Oral : 50 Marks . radial line method. Role of Differential Position GPS in establishing controls. Unit-II (08 hours) Triangulation Adjustment Kinds of errors. Measurement of parallax. Distribution of error to the field measurements. Indirect observations. Control and User). Aerial camera. Absolute Position and Differential Position GPS. selection of stations. Calculations of spherical excess and sides of spherical triangle. Method of creation of elevation data. Spherical triangle. Methods of Geodetic Surveying. Angular corrections for curvature and refraction. Scale of vertical photograph. comparison of map and aerial photograph.

introduction to data analysis. Reduction of soundings. b) Geographical Information System Introduction. Geodetic Surveying and Trignometrical leveling (Any two) 1. Difference between Aerial photograph and satellite image. Coordinate systems and projections. Unit-VI (08 hours) Hydrographic Surveying Objects. Nautical Sextant and its use. Establishing control station using single or dual frequency GPS receiver Hydrographic Surveying (Any Two) 1. DEM. Visibility analysis .) Digital Image processing. and Resource Inventory management. tone.Unit – V (08 hours) Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System a) Remote Sensing Introduction and definition. Classification of satellite image using image processing software 3. Methods of locating soundings – conventional and using GPS . Necessity. Determination of Air Base distance using mirror stereoscope. Study and use of nautical sextant and measurement of horizontal angles 2. Plotting of soundings. Establishing controls. Study of Aerial photograph and finding out the scale of the photograph. 3.query analysis and network analysis for vector. Study of RS images and visual interpretation 2. Shore line survey. Solution to three point problem by analytical and any one graphical method Aerial Photogrammetry (Any Two) 1. image interpretation and elements of visual image interpretation such as size. Input data. 2. Atmospheric window. Applications of GIS. Different applications of RS. limitations of GIS. GIS data Types (Raster. Determination of elevation of inaccessible objects by trignometrical leveling. Measurement of horizontal and vertical angles with 1” theodolite. Study of vector and raster data products and bringing out difference between them. Three point problem and its use. Disaster management Flood & Earth Quake. Plotting of river cross-section by hydrographic surveying 3. shape. etc. 3. determination of MSL Term work Term work shall consist of the following practicals and project. 2. Tides and tide gauges. management and analysis of different types of data using GIS. vector. Advantages and limitations of RS. Definition. importance and use of remote sensing. texture. Project: (Any one) 1. Spectral signature. Georeferencing. Components.(Land use and land cover mapping. attribute data). solution of three point problem by all methods. Watershed analysis for raster. Determination of differential elevation by differential parallax Remote Sensing and GIS (Any two) 1. Electromagnetic energy and spectrum and its interaction with atmosphere and objects. Sounding. its objectives and different methods. Ideal Remote Sensing System. Platforms for RS. applications. vector and raster analysis methods -. Objectives. Study of any one GIS software 4. Slope analysis. Adjustment of Geodetic Quadrilateral without central station by approximate method and method of correlates . Sounding Equipment.

McGraw Hill Publication 5. Survey of a small property with total station and preparation of map using any post processing software. Surveying .) using Differential GPS (Control as well as mapping). 3.m. 2. Pearson publication 9. By A. Oral examination based on above term work. Kennie and M.Sathikumar and N. II by T. 2 by S. R. P. Elements of Photogrammetry by Paul R. C. Surveying and Levelling Vol. B. Matthews. 6. Remote sensing in Civil Engineering by J. Ghosh. Punmia : Laxmi Publication . Field survey (500 sq. II and III by Dr. Advanced Surveying -Total Station. Wolf. George B Korte. II.2. 7.Vol. Surveying: Vol. M. Duggal. GIS and Remote Sensing by Satheesh Gopi. Remote sensing and Geographical Information System. Kulkarni Pune Vidyarthi Publication. McGraw Hill Publication . Kanetkar and S. 3. C. Arora Standard Book House 4. Narosa Publishing House. and III by Dr.New Delhi. K. The GIS book. K. 5th Edition. V. PE onward Press 8. K. Surveying Vol. Chandra and S. Reference Books 1. Madhu . M. R.

economics of reservoir planning. Assessment of Canal Revenue . frequency analysis. Introduction to Irrigation: Definition. Unit – IV (08 hours) Water Requirements of Crops: Soil classification. Floods: Estimation of peak flow. Consumptive use factors affecting measurement and computations for evaporation. calculations of canal and reservoir capacities – duty. reservoir operation. measurement. subsurface irrigation./ week. mass curves. delta. analysis of precipitation data. evapotranspiration. application of optimization techniques. reservoir sedimentation. height of dam. SECTION-I Unit – I (08 hours) Introduction to Hydrology: Application of hydrology. system approach. Selection of site. crop planning agricultural practices. unit hydrograph. Factors affecting runoff. rational formula and other methods. intensity-duration curves. factors governing consumptive use of water. micro irrigation. estimation of required storage. investigation for locating a reservoir. effect of infiltration on runoff and recharge of ground water. soil moisture and crop water Relationship. Stream Gauging: Selection of site.Hydrology And Water Resource Engineering (301006) Teaching Scheme: Lectures: 4 hrs. theory. advantages and necessity. S-curve hydrograph. surface irrigation. Unit – II (08 hours) Runoff: . flood frequency analysis Gumbells method. flood routing. mass rainfall curves. synthetic unit hydrograph. various methods and instruments of discharge measurements. infiltration and evapo. water quality for irrigation. Various methods. concepts of depth-area-duration analysis. use of unit hydrograph. Precipitation: Forms. Unit III Reservoir Planning. computation of mean rainfall Evaporation and Infiltration : Elementary concepts of evaporation and infiltration. functions. Types of developments: Storage and diversion works. rainfall-runoff relationships. irrigation efficiency. Their season and water requirement. Design floods. Benefit-Cost ratio. : Types of precipitation. runoff hydrograph. principal Indian crops. . (08 hours) Examination Scheme: Paper: 100 Marks.transpiration. Purpose: Single and multi-Reservoir Planning. methods of irrigation.

2. Irrigation and water power Engineering. Engineering hydrology – Subramanyam Tata McGraw Hill. alkaline and saline lands. Theory & design of irrigation structures Vol. permeability. rotational water supply system. s law.S. Garg. K. lifting devices Water Management: Distribution. Preventive and Curative measures. Unit VI Lift Irrigation Schemes: Various components and their design principles. specific yield of aquifers. Darcy. Arun Sharma – Himanshu Publication.S. open wells. Hydraulics of wells under steady flow condition in confined and unconfined aquifers. reclamation of water logged. Water Resources and water power engineering. IIIVarshney Gupta and Gupta Nemchand and brothers publication 8. specific capacity of well. Water Logging and Drainage: (08 hours) Causes of water logging. movement of ground water. M.Unit – V (08 hours) Ground Water Hydrology: Occurrences and distribution of ground water. Irrigation Engineering Bharat Singh 5. II. Standard Publisher 4. Modi Publ Standard book house. drainage of irrigated lands. Sharma Dhanpatrai & sons 7. Hydrology & water resoures – R. Pande. Irrigation Engineering . well irrigation: tube wells. N.Dr. 6. P. Irrigation. their design and construction. 3. warabandi. Water Management – Jasapal Singh. Reference Book 1.Achrya.K.Dr. .. safe yield of basin.I. Punmia and Dr .

supply curve. Equilibrium amount. (08 Hours) Site layout-factors for site layout selection. Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility. principles. Break-even analysis. Unit 3 Materials Management. profit. Capital. EOQ. Demand.cost analysis-B/C ratio. T. Pay-back period. brief discussion relevant to particular project. Importance in construction Industry. receipts. objectives & functions of management. IRR. Principles of organization. scheduling monitoring. (08 Hours) Introduction to project economics. Unit 6 Project Appraisal. material requirement. Critical path & type of floats. elasticity of demand. Cost composition. Network Planning. Financial appraisal. Site layout for various Civil engineering projects. Line & Staff. Definition.Project Management & Economics (301007) Teaching Scheme Lectures 4 hours/week Practicals. Price and its relevance to Marketing utility. P. Monitoring & Control. M. Personal protective equipment. Delegation of authority Types of Project Organization. Gantt chart & its limitations. P. (08 Hours) Technical Appraisal -General.2hours/week SECTION-I Unit 1 (08 Hours) a) Introduction to Project management & organization. (08 hours) Objectives of Materials management and balancing with emphasis on supply management and cost reduction.ABC analysis. importance of organization. E. Unit 5 Project Economics. Inspection. storage. Rent. Updating. Functional.Definition of Money. demand schedule. Categories of project. Project life cycle. parameters and criteria for project selection. Matrix Structure. R. discount rate. Types of Capital. demand curve. benefits. law of substitution. supply schedule. Project Structure b) Project Planning & Scheduling. Importance. Authority. inventory control.Line. Network Analysis. Equilibrium. Annuities. Unit 2 (08 Hours) Project Time Control. simple and compound interest. Project cost Control. law of demand. Resource Allocation & leveling. supply. factors affecting price determination. NPV. Activity on Nodes-Precedence network analysis. Working and fixed Capital. Safety Engineering Causes of accidents on various sites. Value. Difference between Cost. Crashing. Examination Scheme Theory: 100 Marks Oral: 50 Marks .C. Determination of safety parameters. elasticity of supply. interest rates. time value of money. Activity on Arrow (AOA). SECTION II Unit 4 Site layout and Safety Engineering. Equilibrium price. benefit . Safety measures and safety policies to be adopted.

Financial Management by Prasanna Chandra. Determination of Critical path and calculation of floats for the project. Affiliated East West Press Pvt. Sabah Randhawa. Tata McGraw – Hill Publication. Assignment using computer software for Project Planning and Scheduling 6. James Riggs. UK.(Benefit Cost Analysis) 7. Sengupta and H Guha. Engineering Economics. 2. Srinath. To draw C. Umesh Publications. Construction Management and Planning by B. K. 5. Assignment on Resource Leveling/Updating. Gower Publishing Ltd. Oral Examination shall be based on the above term work. Chitkara. 4. Essentials for Decision Makers by Asok Mukherjee. David Bedworth. Scitech Publication. 4. Joy Macmillan India Ltd.Term Work:1. 2. McGraw Hill 9. Construction Project Management-Planning. 8.P. 3. 3. 5. New Delhi. S. Assignment based on Project selection criteria. Scheduling and Controlling by K. Seetharaman. K. 7. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. Reference Books 1. Assignment based on Crashing. . New Delhi. New Delhi.M network for a small Civil engineering Project having about 25 activities. Total Project Management – The Indian Context by P. Ltd. The Essentials of Project Management by Dennis Lock. Assignment based on ABC analysis. Visit to any 2 construction sites and preparing Site layout plan and safety plan for the 2 construction sites visited. Construction Engineering and Management by S. 6. PERT and CPM Principles and Applications by L. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. New Delhi.

b) Limit state method: Limit state of collapse.C structures: Historical development. strain and stress variation diagrams.C. section. cantilever and continuous slabs. doubly reinforced and flanged) for flexure.C. uni-axial. limit state of serviceability and limit state of durability. balanced and over reinforced sections. columns. continuous. semi probabilistic approach. concept of safety . Moment of resistance of Under reinforced and balanced section. characteristic load. shear.probabilistic approach. sections. M. footings and staircase (two flights). Two way slab: simply supported. strain variation diagram. Moment of resistance of doubly reinforced rectangular sections.2000 SECTION I Unit I (12 hours) a) Introduction to various design philosophies R.R. of doubly reinforced rectangular section and flanged section. continuous and restrained. Unit IV (12 hours) a) Column: Introduction. design parameters for singly reinforced rectangular R. axially loaded short column with minimum eccentricity requirements. . Assumptions of Limit state method. Detailing of reinforcement should be as per SP-34 & IS 13920 Full imperial drawing sheets in four numbers. Characteristic strength. Working stress method: Moment of resistance of singly reinforced rectangular R. ultimate load method and limit state method. Study of structural properties of concrete. Biaxial bending using interaction curves. cantilever beams (singly reinforced. b) Design of staircase: Dog legged and open well. stress variation diagram. Redistribution of moments. uni-axial and biaxial bending. Examination scheme Theory: 100 Marks Term work: 25 Marks Oral: 50 Marks Term work Design Assignments (Term work) a) Design of G + 2 (residential/commercial/public) building covering all types of slabs. working stress method. Partial safety factors for material strengths and loads.Structural Design II (301008) Teaching scheme Lectures: 4 hours/week Practical: 4 hours/week Design should be based on IS: 456. Design of short column for axial load. b) Design of isolated column footing for axial load. beams. under reinforced. SECTION II Unit III (12 hours) Design of flexural members: Simply supported. bond and torsion. simply supported. Unit II (12 hours) a) Design of slab: One way.

Dayaratnram. L. PHI. Shah and Dr. 4.Out of which one drawing sheet shall be drawn by using any drafting software. 6. V. PHI. Reinforced Concrete Design by Pillai Menon. Reinforced Concrete Design by Varghese. 7. Karve . Comprehensive Design of R. 2. New Delhi. . New Delhi. RCC Analysis and Design: Sinha. (Building under construction) Oral Examination shall be based on the above term work.Pune Vidyarthi Gruh Publication. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Pune.C. b) Reports of two site visits.R. Limit State Analysis and Design: P. Structures by Punmia. Chand and Co. New Delhi. Jain and Jain – Standard Book House. Delhi. Design of Concrete Structure by J N Bandyopadhyay. Note: Maximum number of students for projects not more than three. 3. S. S. 5. New Delhi. New Delhi. Wheeler Publishing company. Limit State Theory and Design: Dr. Reference Books 1.

b. Design period. types and methods of chlorination. Adsorption: odour and colour removal. Disinfection: Theory. hydraulic design of pumping station. Different valves. Design of filters. multimedia and dual media filters. Standards as per IS: 10500.principle. Aeration: Principle and Concept. d. coagulant aids like bentonite clay. SECTION II Unit IV (08 hours) a. common coagulants. canal intake and reservoir intake. under drainage system. Unit II (08 hours) a. design of sedimentation tank. break point chlorination. types such as river intake. methods like R. Unit III (08 hours) a. Necessity. factors affecting rate of demand. filter materials. lime stone. institutional. designing of rising main. Water treatment: Principles of water treatment processes. Introduction to water supply scheme: Data collection for water supply scheme. Design of tube settlers. e. components. Coagulation and flocculation: Theory. Filtration: Theory of filtration. Sedimentation: Plain and chemical assisted . Water treatment of swimming pools. types of filtersRapid gravity filter. components and layout. mean velocity gradient “G” and power consumption. Examination scheme Theory: 100 marks Term work: 25 marks Practical: 50 marks . c. types of disinfectants. c. Quantity: Rate of water consumption for various purposes like domestic. Quality: Physical. d. b. Fluoridation and defluoridation. working and cleaning of filters. factors affecting design period. Introduction to different types of water treatment flow sheets. mechanism of filtration. Water softening methods: lime-soda.Environmental Engineering-I (301009) Teaching Scheme Lecture: 4 hrs/week Practical: 2 hrs/week SECTION I Unit I (08 hours) a. slow sand filter and pressure filter. b. Population forecasting. fire demand and water system losses.. Methods. zeolite and ion exchange. operational troubles. design of flocculation chamber. b. factors affecting disinfection. Chemical. Conveyance of raw water: Different types of pipes used. Radioactivity and Bacteriological Characteristics. electrodialysis and ion exchange. settling velocity. commercial. silicates and polyelectrolytes. Design of aeration fountain. Water intake structures: General design considerations. Design of clariflocculator. types of sedimentation tanks. Removal of taste and odour. Demineralization: Industrial water treatment for boilers and process water. d. efficiency of an ideal settling basin. industrial.O. c. bleaching powder estimation.

design of roof top rainwater harvesting system. Chlorine demand and residual chlorine 5. Water Supply and Treatment Manual: Govt. Fabric filter. Environmental Engineering: M. S. 2. Rainwater harvesting: Introduction to rainwater harvesting. Nirali Prakashan. b. ESR.Unit V (08 hours) a. of India Publication. NOX and ambient noise levels. Primary and Secondary air pollutants and their importance. . Equipment for particulate contaminants. C. Noise control techniques. 4. Gidde and R. Punmia. pH and Alkalinity 2. Principle and working of Settling chamber. Loudness. mixing heights. Unit VI (08 hours) a. NewDelhi. components of domestic rain water harvesting system. B) Site visit to water treatment plant. Sodium or Potassium or Calcium using flame photometer. K. Wastage of Water. Water distribution system: System of water supply. Air pollution: Classification of air pollutants. Equivalent noise level and Cumulative noise level. Environmental Engineering: Peavy and Rowe. Sound measurements – Sound pressure. Term Work The term work shall consist of the following: List of Practical A) Determination of 1. McGraw Hill Publications. Chlorides 4. Ambient air quality monitoring for Suspended particulate matter. Most Probable Number (MPN) 8. Air pollution control mechanism. ESP. Environmental Engineering 1: Water Supply Engineering: B. New Delhi. SOX. K. Lad. 6. methods of rainwater harvesting. Garg. Practical examination will be based on above exercises. Intensity. Ashok Jain and Arun Jain. plume behaviour and meteorological parameters. 5.Detection and Prevention. Gaseous contaminants control by adsorption and absorption technique. need of rain water. R. Birdie. 3. Fluorides or Iron 9. Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company. Sound pressure level. Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. Reference Books 1. S. Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering: G. Different distribution systems and their components. Cyclone.Continuous and intermittent system. Water Supply Engineering: S. 7. b. Total hardness and its components 3.Design of ESR capacity. Noise pollution: Sources and effects of Noise Pollution. Khanna Publishers. C) Study of Software or programming for analysis of water distribution system or programming for design of water treatment units. Birdie and J. 6. Turbidity and optimum dose of alum. Atmospheric stability. 9. V.7. Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks: P. Bhave. Rain Water Harvesting: Making water every body’s business by CSE (Centre for Science and Environment) www. R. Narosa Publishing House. 8. N. Air Pollution: H. Published by Butterfield books. TMH Publications. . 10. Rao and M.cse. Harvesting Faith: Linda K. Rao. Hubalek.

(08 hours) Elastic settlement: Causes of settlement. Rate of settlement and its applications in shallow foundation. (08 hours) Basic definitions. degree of disturbance of a sampler. Dynamic methods-Engineering news formula. Time factor. Estimation of bearing capacity using plate load test. Unit V Sheet Piles and Cofferdams and Foundation on Black Cotton Soils. interlocking circular piles. Bearing capacity analysis. DCPT and SPCT. Floating foundation. (08 hours) Strutting for excavation.Approximate method. Housel’s perimeter shear concept.Foundation Engineering (301010) Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4hours/week Examination Scheme Theory:100 marks SECTION I Unit-I Subsurface Investigations for Foundations. Determination of coefficient of consolidation. Square root of time fitting method and logarithm of time fitting method. Allowable soil pressure. SECTION II Unit-IV Deep Foundations. sand island method. Types and uses. Pile classification. Rigid block method. Field testing-SPT. contact pressure.Total. Pile load test and Cyclic Pile load test. Modes of shear failure . Load carrying capacity of pile by static method. Effect of water table on bearing capacity. Terzaghi’s consolidation theory. Bearing capacity of layered soil. Drilled piers and methods of installations. Elastic settlement. Effect of lowering of water table. Geophysical methods – Seismic refraction and Electrical resistivity method. RC Diaphragm wall method . Pile installation-Cast in situ. design of cantilever sheet pile. criteria. (08 hours) Introduction. Unit-III Settlement Analysis and Consolidation settlement. borings and methods of boring depth & number of exploration holes. I. Pressure meter test. (08 hours) Purpose and planning of subsurface exploration. Presumptive bearing capacity. over consolidation and preconsolidation pressure. Unit-II Bearing capacity. Cofferdams and it’s types with steel sheet piles and precast concrete piles. & seat of settlement.S. Well foundation: components. Meyerhof’s and Skempton equations . DCPT. Effect of eccentricity. Pressure bulb. Normal consolidation. Settlement of pile group in cohesive soil by approximate method. Group action-Feld rule.\ and Modified ENR formula. Piers and CaissonsDefinition. Actual time and Cv relationship. types of samplers. Disturbed and undisturbed sampling.Terghazi’s Henson’s.Rectangular and Circular Footings. Types of shallow foundation: types and applications. Methods of Investigation: Trial pits. Final report of investigation with recommendation analysis. Consolidation settlement: Introduction. Negative skin friction. SPCT and its correlation with soil properties. Laboratory consolidation test. Differential settlement and tolerable settlement. Anchored sheet piles. RQD. SPT. Plate load test and its limitations. pressure distribution. driven and bored pile displacement and non displacement piles. free earth support. Use of Plate load test and SPCT in settlement analysis. spring analogy.

Construction techniques in B.C. 4. Strong ground motion. A Text book of Geotechnical Engineering.Venkatramaiah. functional properties and requirements. N. under reamed piles-Design principles and its construction Techniques. New Delhi. Factors influencing ground motion. K. liquefaction. Soil mechanics and Foundations by B.Iqbal H. swelling potential and its evaluation methods. Laxmi Publications 2. Factors affecting behavior and performance of reinforced soil: reinforcement. S Murthy 3.Gulati & Manoj Dutta. Geosynthetics: type’s. Stone columns. Earthquake Geotechnics: Types of earthquakes. Khan 8. Location of earthquakes. PHI.S. Strength of an earthquake. preloading technique and viabrofloating method. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Mechanism of reinforced soil. Reference Books 1. Foundations on black cotton soil: design principles. Geosynthetic applications in Civil Engineering. Dhanpat Rai Publications. . Geotechnical Engineering. Seismic hazards. New Age Publications 7.C soils. Geotechnical Engineering by Conduto. Swelling pressure measurement.C Punmia. Foundation Design Manual: N V Nayak. Basic and applied soil mechanics by Gopal Ranjan and A. 5. Unit VI (08 hours) Soil Reinforcement and Earthquake Geotechnics. Seismic waves. Engineering problems.V. Evaluation of liquefaction susceptibility.Rao. Effect of liquefaction on Built Environment. Geotechnical Engineering by Shahi. reinforcement distribution.Foundation on Black Cotton Soils: Characteristics of black cotton soil. liquefaction hazard mitigation. Tata McGraw Hill 6.

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