G.B.

 TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY,  LUCKNOW 
 

 
 

Syllabus      3rd & 4th Year   
 [Effective from session 2010‐11]      B. Tech. Civil Engineering 

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G. B. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY , LUCKNOW  Study & Evaluation Scheme  B Tech Civil Engineering  Effective from session 2010‐11  Third Year , V Semester 
S No  Course   Code  SUBJECT  L PERIODS T P Evaluation Scheme  Sessional Exam ESE  CT TA Total 30 30 30 30 15 15 10 10 10 10 ‐ 20 20 20 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 ‐ 50 50 50 50 25 25 20 20 20 20 50 100  100  100  100  50  50  30  30  30  30  ‐    Subject  Total  Credit

THEORY  SUBJECT  1  EHU501  Engineering &  Managerial Economics  2  ECE501  Geotechnical Engg  3  ECE504  Structural Analysis ‐2  4  ECE505  Design of Concrete  Structures – 1  5  ECE502  Transportation Engg ‐1  6  ECE503  Environmental Engg ‐1  PRACTICAL / DESIGN / DRAWING  7  ECE551  Geotechnical Engg lab  8  ECE552  Transportation lab  9  ECE553  Cad  Lab – 1  10  ECE554  Quantity Surveying &  Estimation  11  GP 501  General Proficiency      Total 

3 3 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 ‐ 16

1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 ‐ 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 1 ‐ 10

150  150  150  150  75  75  50  50  50  50  50  1000 

3 4 4 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 26

                             

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G. B. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY , LUCKNOW  Study & Evaluation Scheme  B Tech Civil Engineering  Effective from session 2010‐11  Third  Year ,  VI Semester 
S No  Course   Code  SUBJECT  L PERIODS T P Evaluation Scheme  Sessional Exam ESE  CT TA Total 30 30 15 30 30 15 10 10 10 ‐ ‐ 20 20 10 20 20 10 10 10 10 ‐ ‐ 50 50 25 50 50 25 20 20 20 50 50 100  100  50  100  100  50  30  30  30  ‐  ‐      Subject  Total  Credit

THEORY  SUBJECT  1  EHU601  2  ECE602  3  ECE011‐ ECE014  4  ECE021‐ ECE024  5  ECE601 

Industrial Management Environmental Engg ‐2 Departmental Elective‐I Departmental Elective‐II

3 3 2 3 3 2 0 0 0 ‐ 16

0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 ‐ 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 ‐ ‐ 9

150  150  75  150  150  75  50  50  50  50  50  1000   

3 4 2 4 5 3 1 1 1 1 1 26

Design of Concrete  Structures – 2  6  ECE603  Transportation Engg ‐ 2 PRACTICAL / DESIGN / DRAWING  7  ECE653  Cad  Lab‐2  8  ECE652  Environmental Engg lab 9  ECE651  Structural Detailing Lab 10  ECE654  Survey Camp**  11  GP 601  General Proficiency      Total       

  ** ‐ This will be done during Winter Break for  one week WITH THE HELP OF TOTAL STATION AND  DIFFERENTIAL GPS  Note : 4 weeks Industrial Training  after VI Sem.  to be evaluated in VII semester. 

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    4    . LUCKNOW  Study & Evaluation Scheme  B Tech Civil Engineering  Effective from session 2011‐12  Final Year .G. B. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.  # Project should be initiated in VII semester beginning and should be completed by the end of VIII  semester. VII Semester  S No  Course   Code  SUBJECT  L PERIODS T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional Exam ESE  CT TA Total 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 20 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 50 100  100  100  100  100  ‐  ‐  ‐  ‐      Subject  Total  Credit THEORY  SUBJECT  1  EOE071‐ EOE074  2  ECE031‐ ECE034  3  ECE041‐ ECE044  4  ECE701  Open Elective – I  Department Elective‐III Department Elective‐IV 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 ‐ 15 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 ‐ 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 ‐ 8 150  150  150  150  150  50  50  100  50  1000    4 4 4 4 4 1 1 3 1 26 Design of Steel  Structures  5  ECE702  Water Resources Engg PRACTICAL / DESIGN / DRAWING  6  ECE751  Seminar  7  ECE752  Industrial Training**  8  ECE753  Project#  9  GP 701  General Proficiency      Total        ‐   ** 4 weeks  Industrial Training after VI semester to be evaluated in VII semester.

G. VIII Semester  S No  Course   Code  SUBJECT  L PERIODS T P Evaluation Scheme  Sessional Exam ESE  CT TA Total 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 50 50 50 50 100  100  100  100  Subject  Total  Credit THEORY  SUBJECT  1  EOE081‐ EOE084  2  ECE051‐ ECE054  3  ECE061‐ ECE064  4  ECE801  Open Elective – II  Departmental Elective‐V Departmental Elective‐VI 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 150  150  150  150  4 4 4 3 Construction Technology  & Management  PRACTICAL / DESIGN / DRAWING  5  ECE851  Project 6  GP 801  General Proficiency      Total  0 ‐ 12 0 ‐ 4 12 ‐ 12 ‐ 100 ‐ 100 50 250  ‐    350  50  1000  8 1 24         5    . TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. LUCKNOW  Study & Evaluation Scheme  B Tech Civil Engineering  Effective from session 2011‐12  Final Year . B.

Industrial Pollution Control & Env. Audit ECE 035 – Engineering Hydrology Departmental Elective-IV ECE 041 .Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Structures ECE 053 .Environmental Geo-technology ECE 034 .MODIFIED LIST OF PROFESSIONAL / DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES Departmental Elective-I ECE 011 .Machine Foundation Design Departmental Elective-VI ECE061 .Earth and Earth Retaining Structures ECE 023 .Finite Element Methods ECE 033 .Ground Improvement Techniques ECE 062 .Principles of Town Planning and Architecture Departmental Elective-II ECE 021 .River Engineering ECE 063 – Groundwater Management ECE 064 .Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures 6    .Plastic Analysis of Structures ECE 043 .Computer Aided Design ECE 052 .Precast and Modular Construction Practices ECE 042 .Matrix Analysis of Structures ECE 013 - Environmental Management for Industries ECE 014 .Transportation System and Planning ECE 024 .Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Departmental Elective-III ECE 031 .Bridge Engineering ECE 032 .Water Resources Systems ECE 054 .Open Channel Flow ECE 044 – Tunnel Engineering Departmental Elective-V ECE 051 .Advanced Concrete Design ECE 022 .Advanced Foundation Design ECE 012 .

etc. consolidation under construction loading. isolated. Soil compaction.N. Alam Singh – Modern Geotechnical Engineering 2. Soil formation.direct & triaxial shear tests. Khan – Text Book of Geotechnical Engineering 4. Bearing capacity of shallow foundations (Terzaghi analysis). insitu bearing capacity determination. Soil classification. permeability. methods of drilling. mat. corrections for size. drained. Coulomb and Rankine approaches for c-φ soils.ECE – 501  GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING  L – 3.. ESE .V. selection of depth of footing. ESE – 50 UNIT – 1  Introduction : Role of Transportation. UNIT – 3 Effective stress principle. in situ test. CENGAGE Learning 3. Text Books  1. Raju – Engineering with Geosynthetics 8 8 8 8 8    ECE ‐ 502  TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING I  L – 2. strength of loose and dense sands. Earth pressure theories. Boussinesq and Westergaard equations. K. TA – 10. Brij Mohan Das – Geotechnical Engineering . Darcy’s law. capillarity-flow.S. Rao – Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics 6. undrained and unconsolidated tests. Venkataramaiah – geotechnical Engineering 5. Over Consolidation Ratio. pore pressure. Provisions of IS code of practice. Normally Consolidated and Over Consolidated soils. field compaction control. Bombay road plan & 3rd 20 Year Road Plan. Arora – Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering References  1.100 UNIT – 1 Preview of Geotechnical field problems in Civil Engineering. T – 1 CT – 15. Proctor needle method. Bearing capacity by consolidation method. Nagpur road plan. Rao & G. Terzaghi’s one dimensional theory of consolidation and its applications. Road types 7    . Skempton’s coefficient. transport and deposit. Stresses due to applied loads. dilation. local and punching shear failures.S. TA – 20.S. Clay minerals. flow nets. eccentrically loaded footings. flow through dams. V. Definitions. determination of coefficient of consolidation and secondary consolidation (creep). shape. Gopal Ranjan and A. Modes of Transportation. T – 1 CT – 30.R. Mohr – Coulomb strength criterion. SPT. piping. I. filters. C. Compressibility and consolidation characteristics. Soil composition.S. UNIT – 2 Soil-water systems. CPT. Basic definitions. smooth andrough walls.H. Index properties. field and lab tests. sampling.R. Murthy – Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering (Fifth Edition) 2. combined. water table. Rate of consolidation. History of road development. OMC. inclined backfill UNIT – 5 Characterization of ground. seepage. general. water content – dry unit weight relationships. DCPT Types of foundations – shallow / deep. groundwater level. quick sand condition. G. site investigations.V. depth. Particle size analysis. UNIT – 4 Shear strength . consolidated.

design of rotary intersection. capacity. density. Highway Engineering by S. traffic control devices. Sharma 3. plumbing systems in buildings and houses: water connections. impounding reservoir and canal. design of signals.Raphson method and equivalent pipe method of pipe network analysis.G. bituminous carpeting. general design guidelines for distribution system. horizontal curves. Highway Engineering by S. Chakraborty & A. K. speed study. hot water installation. volume studies. variation in demands. capacity and sizes including economical sizes of rising main. TA – 10. collection of surface and ground water. Das. factors governing the selection of a source of water supply. appurtenances and valves. transition curves and gradient.Justo. design period. pipe materials. Design factors. rural water supply distribution system. intakes and their design for lakes. Transportation Engineering by L. Design of Flexible Pavement by CBR method (IRC : 37-2001). 2. pressure and gravity distribution systems. Kadiyali.and pattern. R. concept of service and balancing reservoirs. T – 1 CT – 15. Geometric Design : Cross sectional elements. Text Books  1. extra widening. per capita supply. structural requirements. Westergaard theory. ESE – 50 UNIT-1 Water supply: Water demands and domestic use. determination of the capacity of impounding reservoir. population forecasting by various methods using logistic curve method. Water supply. capacity of distribution reservoirs. Principles of Transportation Engineering by P. Surface dressing. joints. 6 UNIT‐3  Storage and distribution of water: Methods of distribution. References  1. signals. Bituminous Bound Macadam and Asphaltic Concrete. summit and valley curves. super elevation. Newton . camber. load and temperature stresses. Sources of water: Kinds of water sources and their characteristics. 8 UNIT‐4  Wastewater collection: Systems of sanitation and wastewater collection. 8    . 8 8 8 8 ECE – 503  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – I  L – 2. signs. joints. vertical curves. Hardy . basic needs and factors affecting consumption. water hammer and its control measures. streams and rivers. estimation of wastewater flows and variations in wastewater flows. Intersection at grade and grade separated intersections.Cross method. Institutional and industrial water supply. leakages and control. Island. Storm water: Collection and estimation of storm water by different formulae. Khanna & C.E. quality of surface and ground waters. K. UNIT – 3  Design of Highway Pavement : Types of Pavements. UNIT – 4  Road Construction Methods : WBM. (IRC : 58 – 2002). shoulder. laying and testing of water supply pipelines. Cement Concrete road construction. Design of rigid pavement. sight distance. different cocks and pipe fittings. 8 UNIT‐2  Transmission of water: Various types of conduits. UNIT – 2  Traffic Engineering : Traffic characteristic. IRC method of rigid pavement design.

materials and construction of sewers. I and II 14. T – 1 CT – 30. New Delhi 2. Ministry of Urban Development. K. Roorkee. Punmia: Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering Vol. Parker: Wastewater Systems Engineering 9 ECE ‐ 504  STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II  L – 3. Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment. Pandey and Carney: Environmental Engineering 10. Analysis of cables with concentrated and continuous loadings. E. C. New Delhi 3. I and II 13. Ramalho: Introduction to Wastewater Treatment Processes 16. Advanced Structural Analysis by A. Garg: Sewage Disposal and Air Pollution Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol. types of sewers. P. Steel and McGhee: Water Supply and Sewerage 4. Sincero and Sincero: Environmental Engineering: A Design Approach 9. frames and trusses. Jain. UNIT – 5  Basics of Plastic Analysis. Moment Distribution method. Institutional and industrial wastewater management. Planning of sewerage systems. Analysis of two hinged arches. joints and sewer appurtenances. H. E. UNIT – 4  Basics of Force and Displacement Matrix methods for beams . Continuous beams and simple frames with and without translation of joint. E. P. Birdie: Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering 15. Applications of Static and Kinematic theorem for Plastic Analysis of Beams and Frames.: Water and Wastewater Technology 7. References:  1. Garg: Water Supply Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol. Ministry of Urban Development. Slope-Deflection method. Fair and Geyer: Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal 5. Metcalf and Eddy Inc. Text Books  1. Davis and Cornwell: Introduction to Environmental Engineering 12. Rao: Textbook of Environmental Engineering 11. – I) 4. UNIT – 2  Muller-Breslau’s Principle and its applications for drawing influence lines for indeterminate beams. Kshirsagar: Water Supply and Treatment and Sewage Treatment Vol. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1  Analysis of fixed beams. Basics of two and three hinged stiffening girders.. Arceivala: Wastewater Treatment for Pollution Control 6. Method of Consistent Deformation. Government of India. UNIT – 3  Suspension Bridges. Hammer and Hammer Jr. small bore sewer systems. – II).: Wastewater Engineering 3. Government of India. Peavy. H. O. O. TA – 20. Influence line diagrams for maximum bending moment and shear force for stiffening girders. layout and construction of sewer lines. Shear force and thrust. Raju: Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering 8. Nem Chand & Bros. Rowe and Tchobanoglous: Environmental Engineering 2. E. Influence line diagrams for maximum bending moment. Text books:  1. C. Strain Energy method. 9    8 8 8 8 8 .Flow in sewers: Flow in full and partially full sewers and design of sewers.. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment..

cracking and vibrations. New Delhi. 2. Jain. Vol. Control of deflection. Nem Chand & Bros. 8. PHI. 3. Structural Analysis by C. Influence Line Diagrams by Dhavilkar.Effective height of columns. Theory and Analysis of Structures. requirements for reinforcement. 3. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited. Theory of Structures Vol. Nem Chand & Bros. 3. Jain & Jai Krishna. TMH References  1. Indterminate Structural Analysis by C. Column with helical reinforcement. Reddy. 3 Theory of Structures Vol 1 & 2 by Gupta & Gupta . Oxford & IBH 10    . Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures by P. Reinforced Concrete Design by S. 2. 8 UNIT – 3  Behaviour of RC beam in Shear. Menon. Roorkee. Mc-Graw Hill Book Publishing Company Ltd. Serviceability Limit States. K. Timoshenko and D. I & II by O. flexural bond. Park and Pauley. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures by Weaver and Gere. Reinforced Concrete Structures by R.. 2. Dayaratnam. I & II by O. T-beams. Dayaratnam. IS : 456 – 2000. S. Assumptions. Introduction to development length. 8 UNIT – 2  Assumptions in Limit State Design Method. 6. Design of columns under bi-axial loading by Design Charts. New Delhi. 7. (Detailed Examples by Limit State Design Method).. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1  Concrete Making materials . Introduction to Various Design Philosophies. Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete by M L Gambhir. P. 8 UNIT – 5  Design of Columns by Limit State Design Method. ECE ‐ 505  CONCRETE STRUCTURE I  L – 3. C. 5. Text Books  1. Introduction to Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis by H. 8 Note : All designs shall be conforming to IS : 456 – 2000. Short column under axial compression. L-beams by Limit State Design Method. Plain and Reinforced Concrete Vol. mix design . Tata Mc-Graw References  1. Failure of beam under shear. P. P. Wang. testing of concrete . Martin. Jain & B.2. Young. Theory of Structures by S. Mc-Graw Hill Book Publishing Company Ltd. Properties of concrete and reinforcements . design of beam in shear.. 8 UNIT – 4  Design of one way and two way solid slabs by Limit State Design Method. Unnikrishna Pillai & D. T – 1 CT – 30. Minimum eccentricity. Concept of Equivalent Shear and Moments. TA – 20. Reinforced Concrete Design by P. Shear Strength of beams with and without shear reinforcement. II by Vazirani & Ratwani. Design of Rectangular Singly and Doubly Reinforced beams. 4. Anchorage bond. Minimum and Maximum shear reinforcement. Affiliated EastWest Press. Design of Rectangular Singly and Doubly Reinforced Sections by Working Stress Method. K. Short column under axial load and uni-axial bending.

Classified both directional Traffic Volume Study 11. Static Cone Penetration Test 12. Crushing Value Test of Aggregate 2. Relative Density 7. Softening Point Test of Bituminous Sample 7. Hydrometer Analysis 3. Penetration Test of Bituminous Sample 6. Detailed estimates of a single roomed and a two roomed residential building. Standard / Dynamic Cone Penetration Test ECE – 552 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB. Methods of Estimation: General items of work for estimates units and measurement. 2. WORKING ON GEOTECHNICAL SOFTWARES like GEO-5 / Plaxis ECE – 554 Quantity Surveying & Estimation P–3 1. 11    . Permeability Test 9. Shrinkage Limit Test 5. 3. ADINA . P–3 1. 1. Auger Boring 11. Ductility Test of Bituminous Sample 9. WORKING ON DESIGN SOFTWARE LIKE STAAD PRO / STRUDS / SAP / ETAB / STRAP 3. different types of estimates specifications general and detailed. Flash & Fire Point Test of Bituminous Sample 10. NISA 2. Shape Test (Flakiness Index. Traffic Speed Study ( Using Radar Speedometer or Enoscope) ECE – 553 CAD LAB-1 P–3 1. Direct Shear Test 10.ECE – 551 P–3 Geotechnical Engineering Lab. Elongation Index) of Aggregate 5. method of accounting for the deduction of openings etc. In Situ Density – Core cutter & Sand Replacement 8. Proctor Compaction Test 6. Working on analysis softwares like ANSYS . Sieve Analysis 2. Importance of estimation. Liquid & Plastic Limit Tests 4. Los Angeles Abrasion Value of Aggregate 4. Stripping Test of Bituminous Sample 8. Impact Value Test of Aggregate 3.

Analysis of rates: Definition of analysis of rates. (IS Code Method). Reinforced Concrete Design by P. nitrogen and phosphorus. Prime cost. Wastewater characteristics: Temperature. design of overhead tanks. methods of prestressing. colour and odour. Objectives of treatment: Water and wastewater treatment. TA – 20.E. Design of strap footing.D. standards.C.S. market rates. ECE‐602  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – II  L – 3. Scheduled and cost indices for building material and labour. Reinforced Concrete Structures by R. 8 Text Books  1. analysis of simple prestressed rectangular and T-section. bridge loadings. T – 1 CT – 30. slab culvert. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1  Nature of Stresses in flat slabs with and without drops. T – 1 CT – 30. Plain and Reinforced Concrete Vol. IS : 456 – 2000. Work charged establishment. Reinforced Concrete Design by Pillai & Menon . Concepts of water and wastewater quality: physical. solids. dayaratnam. Organization. ESE – 100 UNIT‐1  Introduction: Beneficial uses of water and quality requirements. Concept of Counter fort retaining wall. M.C. design concept of circular and rectangular tanks situated on the ground / underground. stability of retaining wall against overturning and sliding. Prestressed Concret by N Krishna Raju . Water borne diseases and their control. Public works Organization. design of footing for a wall and a single column.4. 5. chlorides. unit operations and processes and flow sheets. forces and I. TMH 3. COD etc.R. 7. 4 UNIT – 4  Design criteria. PW. BOD. Design of R. chemical and bacteriological examination of water and wastewater. 3. 6 UNIT – 3  Structural behaviour of retaining wall. 6. Quantity of materials per unit of work for major civil engineering items Resource planning through analysis of rates.   ECE ‐ 601  CONCRETE STRUCTURE II  L – 3. losses in prestress. combined rectangular and trapezoidal footings. 2. coefficient for design of flat slabs. pH. Design of T-shaped retaining wall. TA – 20. 8 UNIT – 5  Advantages of prestressing. 6 Loads. I & II by O. 2 Structural behaviour of footings. 2. P. Park and Pauley. toxic metals and compounds. Nem Chand & Bros. reinforcement in flat slabs. New Age References  1. Jain & Jai Krishna. material specifications and permissible stresses for tanks. India Railway Organization and concept of organizational set up for Public Work Execution.   12    8 . 8 UNIT – 2  Analysis and design of beam curved in plan. Duties and responsibilities of the officers.

trickling filters. E. E. Sincero and Sincero: Environmental Engineering: A Design Approach 9.: Water and Wastewater Technology 7. C. Arceivala: Wastewater Treatment for Pollution Control 6. Basic concept of anaerobic contact process. hydraulics of filtration. etc. Peavy. Rowe and Tchobanoglous: Environmental Engineering 2. secondary and tertiary treatment processes. primary. brief introduction to other filters. – I) 4. Primary Treatment: Screens. different classes of settling. 8 Text books:  1. sedimentation and chemical treatment to be given. Davis and Cornwell: Introduction to Environmental Engineering 12. R.. Raju: Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering 8. design of different units and modifications. extended aeration systems. design of flocculators and clariflocculators. Metcalf and Eddy Inc. I and II 13. Coagulation: Mechanisms of coagulation. E. vermiculture and root zone technologies and other emerging technologies for wastewater treatment.Kozeny and other equations. Introduction to Duckweed pond. Steel and McGhee: Water Supply and Sewerage 4. oxidation ditches. Fair and Geyer: Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal 5. H. coagulants and their reactions. New Delhi 3. – II). Carmen . Secondary Treatment: Theory of organic matter removal. various disinfectants. Reference books:  1. design of filters. Birdie: Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering 13    . I and II 14. kinetics of disinfection. backwashing. Adsorption. Pandey and Carney: Environmental Engineering 10. fluidized bed and expanded bed reactors and upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor.: Wastewater Engineering 3. Garg: Sewage Disposal and Air Pollution Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol. aerated lagoons. design of primary and secondary settling tanks. 8 UNIT‐3  Filtration: Theory of filtration. grit chamber and their design.. C. slow sand. coagulant aids. Ministry of Urban Development. H. Government of India. New Delhi 2. waste stabilization ponds. anaerobic filter. short circuiting. O. Disinfection: Requirements of an ideal disinfectant. 8 UNIT‐4  Wastewater Treatment: Preliminary. efficiency of ideal sedimentation tank. 8 UNIT‐5  Anaerobic digestion of sludge: Design of low and high rate anaerobic digesters and septic tank. anaerobic fixed film reactor.UNIT‐2  Sedimentation: Determination of settling velocity. P. Garg: Water Supply Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol. Water softening and ion exchange: calculation of dose of chemicals. C. E. O. Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment. Rao: Textbook of Environmental Engineering 11. Kshirsagar: Water Supply and Treatment and Sewage Treatment Vol.B. Punmia: Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering Vol. P. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment. Disposal of wastewater on land and in water bodies. removal efficiency for discrete and flocculent settling. Ministry of Urban Development. Hammer and Hammer Jr. chlorination and practices of chlorination. rapid sand and pressure filters. Government of India. activated sludge process.

details of switch. 7. 4. Railway Engineering by M. cant deficiency. Cantilever 2.  Text Books  1. Rails : Rail gauges. 10 8 7 design. Lab (L-T-P:: 0-0-3) Any 8 Experiments out of the list of 12 below: 1. Ballast : Ballast materials. sleeper density. spikes. ECE-651: Structural Detailing Lab (L-T-P:: 0-0-3) Preparation of working drawings for the following using any drafting software 1. number & angle of crossings. functions of Marshalling yards. rail failure. Detailing of Buildings with respect to Earthquake Resistant Design. Mara: Sewage Treatment in Hot climates. 5. P. screeming of ballast. defects in rails. Aggrawal. Layout and port facilities. horizontal curves. colour and conductivity. embankment and cutting. Parker: Wastewater Systems Engineering 17. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1  Indian railways: Development and organization of Indian Railways. Permanent way : Sub-grade. Continuous. chairs. UNIT – 2  Railway Track Geometry : Gradients. safe speed on curves. Signalling & Interlocking : Classification of signals. A Text Book of Railway Engineering by S. RC Beams. cast iron.15. steel. Arora & S. types of railway yard. track drainage. UNIT – 5  Water Transport Harbors. One way and two way slabs. Slabs – Simply supported. track resistance and tractive power. classification of stations. Combined rectabgular and trapezoidal footings. M. 6. TA – 20. T – beam / L-beam floor 3. specification of ballast. Runway lighting and marking heliport. absolute block system. Ramalho: Introduction to Wastewater Treatment Processes 16. Isolated footings for RC Columns. creep of rail. bearing plates. ECE-652: Environmental Engg. tests on ballast. Rail Fastenings : Fish plates. layout of different types of stations. Determination of turbidity. Inland water operation.Simply supported. Continuous. details of crossings. concrete and prestressed concrete sleepers. types of rails. Columns – Tied Columns and Spirally reinforced columns. manufacturing of concrete sleepers. Saxena References  1. Inland waterways. super-elevation. design of turn-out. Runway operation. formation. negative super elevation. Points & Crossings : Elements of a simple turn-out. UNIT – 4  Airport Engineering Air craft characteristics affecting airport design. Runway pavement design of overlay. ECE ‐ 603  TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING ‐ II  L – 3. UNIT – 3  Stations & Yards : Site selection for a railway station. keys. size of ballast. Sleepers : Timber. compensation for curvature on gradients. mechanical interlocking of a two line railway station. T – 1 CT – 30. method of train working. C. 14    .

  Section  of  Fasteners.  Rolled  Steel  Sections.  Lug Angles. TA – 20. Limit States of Strength. Environmental Loads. 12. Weld Defects. Measurement of air pollutants with high volume sampler. Bolted and Pinned Connections  Introduction. Riveted Connections. T – 1 CT – 30.    Disadvantages  of  Steel  as  a  Structural  Material. Determination of fluoride. Types of Bolts. WORKING Transportation Engg softwares / Surveying Softwares 3. Snow and Rain  Loads.  Design  of  Fillet  Welds. Working Load Design    15    .  Effective  Net  Area. Measurement of sound level with sound level meter. Pin Connections  Simple Welded Connections  Introduction. Erection Loads. Design of Tension Member. 3.  Fillet  Weld  Applied  to  the  Edge of A Plate Or Section. Limit States of Serviceability. Limit States for Steel Design. Bolted Connections. Types. Combined Shear and Tension for Slip‐Critical Connections. Distortion of  Welded  Parts.  Load  Transfer  Mechanism.  Bearing‐Type  Connections. Loads. Inspection of Welds.  Design Strength of Tension Members.  Types  of  Tension  Members.  Working Load Design. Actions  (Loads). Working Load Design  Unit – 3  Tension Members  Introduction.  Types  of  Failure. Displacement. Determination of most probable number of coliforms. Determination of kjeldahl nitrogen. Fillet Weld for Truss Members. 10.  Combined  Shear and Tension. Determination of residual chlorine.  ECE-653 : CAD Lab – 2 (L-T-P:: 0-0-3) 1.  Net  Sectional  Area. WORKING ON GIS softwares ( Arc GIS / Envi / GePSy ) 4. Determination of total. Seismic Forces. Working on Project Management softwares ( Primaveera / MS Project ) 2. Design Philosophies.  Prying  Action. Stresses Due To Individual Forces. Working on Environmental Engineering softwares for Analysis and Design of water & waste water treatment and distribution systems ( Water Cad / Sewer Cad / Water Gem / Sewer Gem / Loop ) 2.  Specification  for  Bolted  Joints. Symbols. Slip‐Critical Connections.  Introduction to Limit State Design          Introduction. Design of Intermittent Fillet Welds.Determination of pH. Determination of BOD.  Stress‐Strain  Curve  for  Mild  Steel. Slenderness Ratio (λ). suspended and dissolved solids. Splices. Local Buckling of Plate Elements.  Material. Failure of Welds. 11. Types  of  Bolted  Joints.  Welded  Jointed  Vs  Bolted  and  Riveted  Joints. Assumptions in the  Analysis  of  Welded  Joints. Gusset Plate. 4.  Structural  Steel.  Tensile  Strength  of  Plate.  Convention  for  Member Axes. 6. 8.  Advantages  of  Steel  as  a  Structural.  Efficiency  of  the  Joint. Plug and  Slot Welds. Combination of Stresses. alkalinity and acidity. 7. Determination of COD. Dead Load. Determination of hardness and chlorides.  Design  of  Groove  Welds. 9. ECE – 701  STEEL STRUCTURE I L – 3. ESE – 100 Unit ‐ 1  General Considerations                  Introduction. Probabilistic Basis for Design. Basis for Design.  Fillet  Weld  Vs  Butt  Weld.  Failure  of  Bolted  Joints. Welding Process.         Live Loads. Design Criteria  Unit ‐2   Simple Connections‐–Riveted. Patterns of Riveted Joints. 5.

 CENGAGE Learning    ECE – 702 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING  L – 3.  Web  Crippling. Intensity during frequency (IDF) and probabilitic maximum Precipitation (PMP) curves.  Deflection. Derivation of Unit Hydrograph. Types of Sections. consistency of rainfall records. Infiltration : Process affecting factors. Hydrologic system. Types of Sections. silt theories: Kennedy’s and Lacey’s Design procedure for irrigation channels.  Purlins.  Web  Buckling. Longitudinal cross section.Unit – 4   Compression Members               Introduction. Methods of Irrigation.  Compression  Member  Composed  of  Two  Components Back‐to‐Back. Limit State Design of Steel Structures by S. curves in channels. Precipitation : Types. Structural Steel Design By D MacLaughlin .  Built‐Up  Columns  (Latticed  Columns). methods of estimation of runoff volume and peak runoff. Canal irrigation: Classes and alignment.  Column  Formula. Newyork. Unit Hydrograph: Theory and assumptions. Principal crops and crop season. Functions of water in plant growth. Castellated Beam. Oxford University Press  4.  Laterally  Unsupported  Beams. Introduction to Plate Girder .  Lacing. channel losses. Tata Mcgraw Hill. CENGAGE Learning  7.  5.  Design  of  Axially  Loaded  Compression  Members.  Bending  Strength  of  Beams.  Batten. Evaporation and consumptive use: Process affecting factors. Effect of Holes in Beam. Introduction to  Gantry Girder  Text Books   1. Behaviour of Beam in Flexure. estimation and measurement techniques. Duggal. Hohn Wiley & sons inc.  Design  Procedure  of  Rolled  Beams. measurements and analysis. Design of Steel Structures by  K  S Sairam.  Lateral‐Torsional  Buckling. Schedule of area 16    . Commanded area. factors affecting hydrographs.  Built‐Up  Beams  (Plated  Beams). Pearson Education    Reference Books  3. Design of Column Bases  Unit – 5   Beams                  Introduction.  Bearing  Strength. crop rotation. Splices. Irrigation frequency. Effective Length. rating curve. Structural Steel Design by Lambert tall (Ronald Press Comp.  Beam  Bearing Plates. Design of Steel Structures  by N. UNIT – II  Surface Runoff: Components and factors affecting runoff. Irrigation efficiencies. base flow separation. Water Budget Equation. K.  Shear  Strength  of  Beams. measurement and estimation. Infiltration Indices.  2. missing data. Design of steel structures  by Willam T Segui . Steel Structures by Robert Englekirk.  Laterally  Supported  Beams. UNIT – III  Sediment Transportation: Suspended and Bed load and its estimation Irrigation channels: Types: lined and unlined. error in estimation.  Design  Strength. T – 1 UNIT – I  Hydrology : Hydrologic Cycle. Classification  of  Cross  Sections. Direct Runoff Hydrograph. Necessity and types Advantages & disadvantages of irrigation. Encased Column. Synthetic Unit Hydrograph Introduction to computer models for rainfall runoff analysis. Irrigation: Developments in India.  6. Slenderness Ratio (λ). Lateral Stability of  Beams. Water requirement of crops. Section Classification. Parts of a canal system.  Lintels. Subramanian. Rainfall – runoff relationships Hydrograph analysis: components. Types of Buckling.

and Hydraulic Structures by S. Laxmi Publications. Water resources Engg. Irrigation and water Power engineering by B. semi-module and rigid module. K. methods of river training. Mays. Suitable site selection for a tube well. Computer programes for design of channels Lining of Irrigation Canals: Advantages and types. causes and anti-water logging measures. Project monitoring. selection criterion River Training: Objective and need. Determination of discharge through unconfined and confined aquifers with steady flow conditions. cost planning. economic comparison present worth 17    . References  5. New age International Publishers 9. cross section of lined channels. use of Garret’s Diagrams in channel design. ESE – 100 L3 T 1 Unit – 1 Elements of Management : Project cycle. Methods for measurement of discharge. Punmia. Economics of canal lining. Michel. Present economy studies. efficiency of a well. Drainage of water logged land. Engineering Hydrology by K. Application of network Techniques like PERT. classification of rivers. Water Logging: Definition. TA – 20. CPM AON and AOA in construction management. Types of open wells. type of tube wells. Linsley.    ECE – 801  CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT L – 3. bank protection. John Wiley India 6. T – 1 CT – 30. Text Book  1. Unit -2 Network Techniques : Bar charts. Equivalence concept. Water Resources Engg. Irrigation and water Resources Engg. Relative merits of well and canal irrigation. meandering. By Wurbs and James. By Larry W. Well loss and specific capacity. stages. 4. McGraw Hill 8. Interference among wells. effects. Unit – 3 Engineering Economics : Time value of money. Water Resources Engg. Irrigation Water Power and Water Resource Engg. scheduling monitoring updating and management system in construction. UNIT – V  Ground Water Hydrology: Zones of underground water. important terms.M. John wiley India 7.K. planning. Types of canal regulation works and their functional aspects Irrigation Outlets: Requirements. Arrora. Subramanya.R. Garg. types of water wells. By G L Asawa. cross sections of an Irrigation channel. Organisation. non-modular. by K. determination of aquifer constants. factors for selection of a particular type. milestone charts. types. specific yield of a well. financing of projects. well surrounding and well development. spacing of closed drains. resource allocation through network techniques. Irrigation Theory and practices by A. bored and open wells. work break down structure and preparation of networks. Methods of lifting water. Line of balance technique. TMH. UNIT – IV  Regulation and control of canal system: Purpose.statistics and channel dimensions.C. By R. Khanna Publishers. GERT. design of lined channels. Aquifers and their types. Infiltration galleries. Types of drains open and closed. 2. Irrigation Engg. and river training works. 3.

H. approximate solution.  Unit ‐5  Stability  of  slopes.   Elements of well foundation. Hauling Equipments. Peurify. New Delhi.  Bousisinesq  and  New  Mark  Charts.method Equivalent annual cost method. Hoisting Equipments . 4.. load carrying capacity of single piles in clay. Settlement of pile group.S. Alam Singh – Modern Geotechnical Engineering.  3. Different types of contracts. E. S.  Elastic  Solution. settlements of disputes. Construction Technology by Sarkar . Unit – 5 Equipment Management : Productivity. silt and sand by  dynamic and static  methods. Gopal Ranjan and A.  3. B. definitions. Concrete Production Equipments Text Books 1.P. Oxford ECE 011 Advanced Foundation Design                                     L    T    P    3   1     0  Unit ‐1  Vertical  pressures  under  surface  loads. Construction Equipments for earth moving . Pile group. 2.W. De‐Beer and schmmertman’s methods of settlement prediction in non cohesive soil. T.  2. Das – Foundation Engineering .K. Rao – Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics  Reference:  1. M. Unit – 4 Contract Management :Legal aspects of contraction. Evaluation of tenders. Murthy – Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.  2.  Unit – 4  Foundation on expansive soil.. owning and hiring cost and the work motion study. bowles – Analysis and Design of Foundation. S.  Simplified  Bishop  method. Shape. process of tendering pre-qualification of contracts. Bhatnagar. CENGAGE Learning  18    .  Method  of  slices. operational cost.  Unit ‐2  Bearing  capacity  and  settlement  analysis  of  shallow  foundations:  Meyerhof  and  Hansen’s  bearing  capacity equations. : R. monitoring of contract extra items. Arora – Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. Equipment and Methods. Negative skin friction. Conveying Equipments .  Westergaard’s equation.  Stability  Charts. “Network Analysis Techniques” S. design principle in brief. “Construction Planning”. arbitration and commissioning of project. BIS bearing capacity equation. 3. N. Depreciation and break even cost analysis.  Text Books:   1. R.  Machine foundation: classification.L. Willey Eastern Ltd.  Limit  equilibrium  method. Ltd. V. Alteration of soil condition. Elements of tender preparation. Tilt. analytical criteria for postponing of investment retirement and replacement of asset. laws related to contracts. under‐reamed  piles. shift and their prevention. discounted cash flow method. labour safety and welfare. Construction on expansive soil.M. J. R. International Book Company. Simulation techniques for resource scheduling. Depth of scour. land acquisition. immediate and consolidation settlements in cohesive  soil. contract negotiation and award of work. E. “PERT & CPM Principles and Applications” L. Pile load test. K. Srinath. Barken’s method.  Unit ‐3  Classification of piles. their relative advantages and disadvantages. Well sinking.

Socio-economic environment. sugar. pulp and paper. and developmental profile of the area. ECE-013 Environmental Management for Industries Unit-1 Environmental legislations for setting up and for operation of an industrial activity. Introduction to Matrix Methods. Method of assembling the stiffness matrix. etc. fertilizer. Biological environment. Authorization for hazardous wastes. New York. land resources &solid wastes. e. temperature. substructure technique for solving very large structures. biological environment and socio-economic environment. methodologies. health. approach. TA – 20. Matrix. Hand computation of problems on beam. iron and steel. EIA Guidelines of MoEF Available on CPCB/MoEF Website  19    . Reference: 1. UNIT – 5 Transfer matrix method of analyzing framed structure. noise & radiation emissions. Defining the local environment format: Physical environment.history of the area. demography. Unit-5 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): definitions. etc. Weaver & Gere .water. gaseous.all flora & fauna including microbial activities in the local vicinity. Environmental Management Cell (EMC):Environmental monitoring schedules. frames and grids. manufacturing processes. Compliance procedure of these legislations. 2.g. metal plating. noise emissions. UNIT – 3 Generalized computer oriented treatment of stiffness method. Unit-2 Defining the industrial activity: Location. infrastructural activities. UNIT – 2 Hand computation of problems on trusses. raw materials and other inputs of natural resources. radiation emissions etc. dairy. H. environmental toxicology. Unit-4 Environmental Pollution in Industries: various industrial processes.C. Other Pollution control legislations. Environmental management Plan. McGraw Hill. Need of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study. Unit-3 Detailing of the local environment: Physical environment. Risk Assessment & risk management plan. customs & rituals. sources and types of pollutions solid. distillery. Recommended References: 1. pollutant exposure assessment.. Case studies of various industries. ISO and ISO 14000 etc. T – 1 CT – 30. support settlement. UNIT – 4 Analysis for imposed deformation. education. of structural Analysis.ECE – 012 MATRIX ANALYSIS OF STRUCTRES L – 3. Environmental Statement. specific local environmental issues. thermal power plants. liquid. air. Matrix Analysis of Framed structures.. Application for consent. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1 Introduction of Flexibility and stiffness method.

 residencial and commercial complex. Environment (protection) Act‐ 1986. Sell. UNIT .  Anesthetics  and  functional proportions. Tata McGraw Hill. hospital. Scale. Brief history of architecture. UNEP 2001  Wastewater  Reuse  and  Recycling  Technology‐Pollution  Technology  Review‐72. Intze tank design based on membrane analysis with mention of continuity effects. concept of Exact Analysis. Columns and Raft Foundation. UNIT – 3 Building Frames: Dead.  Design  of  typical  buildings  such  as  school. joint detailing.  Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook.  Industrial Pollution Control –Issues and Techniques. Effective width and Pigeaud’s method. Forms. G. NY. 4. Shen. and Corney. T-beam types.   Unit ‐ 5  Architectural  Drawing.C.  Gordan. and R. 5. T – 1 CT – 30. Forces and Permissible Stresses. Production and no-conventional concrete. Analysis of framed building by approximate methods for vertical and horizontal loads. Texture. T. V.T. Population survey. Courbon’s method of load distribution. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. Noyes Data Corporation. Wind and Earthquake loads. Pandey. Role of architects and town planners. Satellite town concepts. Robert Williams and Mark . design of Cylindrical and rectangular tanks with different end conditions using IS: 3370 tables.  Culp. J..  Evolution  of  architectural  forms.  Different  symbols  used  in  building  industry. 6. 20    .. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1 Design of over-head tanks: Design of RC domes and beams curved in plan.  Environmental Engineering. New Jersey. Code Recommendations regarding design and detailing.  ECE – 021 ADVANCED CONCRETE DESIGN L – 3.  George Wasner.   Unit ‐ 4  Principles of architecture Design. Design of composite Sections: Composite beam and slabs in simple conditions. Springer‐Verlag.  3. Building Bye‐Laws. Detailed design of Highway Bridges: RC slab. TA – 20.  Garden city movement. New Delhi    ECE – 014  Principles of Town Planning and Architecture     Unit ‐ 1  Principles of town planning. UNIT – 2 Design of staging: Braces. Density concepts. 7. Also available on CPCB/MoEF Website  Environmental Impact Assessment‐Training resource manual. problems of metropolis. Berlin. Nancy.C. Balance. Land use patterns. Any authorized & recent publication on Government Acts. UNIT – 5 High performance concrete.4 Design of Bridges: Loads. and transportation  planning. etc.   Unit ‐3  Impact  of  development  of  materials  through  ages. Neighbourhood planning..   Unit ‐ 2  Concept of habitat including environmental pollution.N. Colour. Composition  of Space. Live.Hughes Jr. G. Design of slabs under concentrated loads using.2.

  analysis  and  design.  Books:   1. UNIT-5 Transportation Facilities: Pedestrian facilities.  foundation. UNIT-4 Evaluation of transport planning proposals: Land Use Transport Planning.  requirement  of  safety  of  earth  dams. trip generation: factors and methods. backfill and reinforced materials. Internal rate of return method.   Reinforced Earth wall: Stability analysis. Economic Evaluation methods.  basic  components.  seepage analysis  Unit ‐2  Mechanically Stabilized Earth retaining walls: General considerations. nature of traffic problems in cities.  Ultimate  bearing  capacity  of  footing  on  reinforced  earth  slab. Bowles – Analysis and Design of Foundation    TCE – 023 Transportation System Planning L–3T–1P-0 UNIT-1 Introduction: Overview of transportation system. modal split. Trip distribution methods.  advantages.  construction details.Reference: 1. Role of transportation: Social.  Choice  of  types.  Unit – 4  Reinforced  Soil:  Introduction. Political.  analysis  of  strip. UNIT-3 Travel demand: Estimation and fore casting. Benefit Cost method. Present Scenario of road transport and transport assets. Swami Saran – Reinforced Soil and its Engineering Application  3. Goals and objectives of transportation planning. stability.  methods  of  soil  nailing. parking and 21    . E.  Fiber  reinforced soil. Traffic Flow and traffic stream variables. drainage. Victor    ECE 022 Earth and Earth Retaining Structure                                    L     T  P     3    1    0  Unit ‐1  Earth  and  Rock  Fill  Dam. construction procedure.   Unit ‐3  Soil  nailing:  applications. Rapid and mass transport system. Reinforced Concrete Design by M L Gambhir 2. J.  limitations. UNIT-2 Type of transportation system: Intermediate Public Transport (IPT). Bicycle facilities. multiple regression analysis. V N S Murthy – Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg  2. Public Transport.  soil‐reinforcement  interface  friction. trip classification.  material. Reinforced Concrete Design by B C Punamia 3 Essentials of Bridge Engineering by D. Environmental. design Procedure  Unit ‐5  Foundation  on  Reinforced  Soil  Bed:  Pressure  ratio.  square  and  rectangular  footing  on  reinforced  soil  bed.  strength  characteristics.  case  histories. net-present-Value methods.J.  isolated. trip assignment. design method.

N.terminal facilities. and Lanoix J. National policy. 5. Unit-V Disposal of Solid Wastes. Unit-IV Community and sanitary latrines. Pumps.K. Design of RC bridges under concentrated loads using effective width and Pigeauds Method. Long term and short term planning. ‘Manual on Water Supply and Treatment’. septic tanks. diatomaceous earth filter. infiltration wells.Mcghee. 2009     ECE  031 Bridge Engineering      Unit – 1 Site selection. ‘Water Supply and Sewerage’. Unit-III Improved methods and compact systems of treatment of surface and ground waters for rural water supply. Various methods of collection and disposal of night soil. Kadiyali   ECE-024 : Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Unit-I Concept of environment and scope of sanitation in rural areas. pipe materials. incineration. Of Urban Development. soak pit etc. Imhoff tank.R. L. Population to be covered. radial wells and infiltration galleries. by E. Compact and simple waste water treatment units and systems in rural areas such as stabilization ponds. ‘Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment’.W. Wells. slow sand filter. Unit-II Water supply: Design population and demand loads. Srinivasan. Rural health.G. loads. Development of proffered sources of water springs. cloth filter. 2. Introduction to Transportation Engineering planning – E. Mortak. CPHEEO. Of Urban Development. of India  6. Magnitude of problems of rural water supply and sanitation. Hay. Treatment and Disposal of waste water. McGraw Hill. Biogas plants.J. Govt. Disposal of waste water soakage pits and trenches. 22    . Traffic Engineering. 2. ‘Water Treatment and Sanitation – Simple Method for Rural Area’ by Mann H. appurtenances and improved devices for use in rural water supply. ‘Environmental Engineering’ by D. Specific practices and problems encountered in rural water supply. difficulties. PHI Learning Pvt. Dickey.T.W. Composting.Steel & T. Various approaches of planning of water supply schemes in rural areas. Mini. Other specific issues and problems encountered in rural sanitation Recommended books: 1. 4. various types of bridges and their suitability. Mini. chlorine diffusion cartridges. CPHEEO. Planning of waste water collection system in rural areas. of India. Brief Details of multi-bottom settlers (MBS). collection of raw water from surface source. Reference: 1. 3. 4. land filling.. Metropolitan transportation planning – J. Introduction to Transportation Engineering: William W. ‘Water Supply for Rural Areas & Small Communities’ by Wanger E. Transport system management. forces and IRC bridge loading and permissible stresses. Govt. Planning of distribution system in rural areas. use of IT in transportation. and Williamson D. WHO 3. Ltd.

initial value problems. (10 Hrs) Unit . Different problems of numerical integration evaluation of element stiffness matrix. Essentials of Bridge Engineering by D J Victor 2. Abutments. Analysis of frames and different problems. Publishers & Distributors. D. Principles of minimum potential energy. Unit – 4 Design and detailing of plate girder and steel Truss type bridges. Krishnanmoorthy. New Delhi. et. (05Hrs) Unit . Pascal's triangle law for 3D shape function polynomials. Different axi-symmetric truss problems. Derivation for linear simplex element. 2000 2. Solving cantilever beam problem by Galerkin’s approach. (08 Hrs) Unit . Principal of virtual work. Need for integral forms. Direct method for deriving shape functions using Langrage's formula. Finite Elements in Engineering:. Hermition shape functions. and bearings Text Books : 1. New         23    . Introduction to calculus of variations.Tata McGraw Hill Pub. PHI 3. Shape functions for iso-parametric elements.C. Plane stress problems. New York. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis: COOK. (08 Hrs) Text Book: 1. Shape functions for rectangular elements. Concept of sub-parametric and super parametric elements. Interpolation polynomials in global and local coordinates.B. Unit – 5 Design of piers and pier caps.David. 2000 2. virtual displacements. Plesha E.5 Analysis of structures: Truss elements. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Finite Element Methods by C R Alaval . Ltd.4 Pascal's triangle law for 2D shape functions polynomial. Robert. Limit State Design of Steel Structures by S K Duggal 3. Weighted residual Methods: Concept of weighted residual method. Shape functions for quadrila1teral elements. Detail design of slab culvert Unit – 3 T-beam bridge. Malus. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 3. (08 Hrs) Unit . Design of steel Structures by Ramchandra ECE  032    Finite Element Methods  Unit ‐ 1  Calculus of variation. Special characteristics of stiffness matrix.S. Concept of Jacobin matrix. Introduction to the Finite Element method -Desai / ABEL-C.S.S. Geometric isotropy invariance. boundary value. Compatibility requirements. AI. Shape function for beam elements. Derivation of FEM equations by variation principle polynomials. New Delhi. Reference Books: 1..O. Introduction to equilibrium equations in elasticity. Concept of shape functions. Derivation of FEM equationsnby Galerkin's method. Convergence: Convergence criteria. Automatic mesh generation schemes.2 FEM Procedure. Michel. box culverts. Derivation of shape functions for CST triangular elements. Flexibility approach. Euler's Lagrange’s equations.Unit – 2 Courbon's method of load distribution. (04 Hrs) Numerical Integration: Numerical Integration. John wilely & sons 3rd Edn. Analysis of truss problems by direct stiffness method. Different problems in structural analysis.3 Higher order Elements: Concept of iso-parametric elements. Displacement approach. one point formula and two point formula for 2D formula.Chandrupatta. Finite Element Analysis -C. Ltd. The Finite Element method -ZIENKIEWICZ.

  Development  of  Environmental  Geotechnology.  Grout  used  for  controlling  hazardous  wastes. iron and steel. distillery. gaseous.  pile  foundations.  soil‐structure  vs  structure  soil  interaction. Design  of liners: clay and synthetic clay liners. liquid. environmental factors affecting pile capacity. H.  dust  in  environment. Sources for industrial water usages and various industrial processes requiring water use and water quality. radioactivity etc. e.  classification. remedial action  Unit ‐5  Sanitary landfills: Selection of waste disposal sites. concept of zero discharge effluent.  Unit – 4  Ash  Pond  and  Mine  Tailing  Impoundments.  Unit ‐2  Identification  and  characteristics  of  contaminated  soil.  – Introduction to Environmental Geotechnology.  Grouting  and  injection  process. e. Unit-3 Control of gaseous emissions: hood and ducts.  Bearing  capacity  based  on  load  footing  interaction. Wastewater re-uses & recycling. toxic organics. fluoride. etc. noise & radiation emissions. metal plating. Fang. Bearing capacity of foundation on sanitary landfills   Recommended Books:   1. bio-degradable organics. sugar. Site Investigation for detection of sub‐surface contamination  Unit ‐3  Load‐environment  factor  design  criteria. ion exchange reaction in contaminated  soil‐water system. cradle to grave concept. Case studies of various industries. tall stacks.  3. Control and removal of specific pollutants in industrial wastewaters. concepts and management aspects.  2.  Sinkhole:  interaction  with  environment . heavy metals. control and management..g. Koerner. D. P.  environmental  geotechnical  problems.  load  and  environmental  loads. M. sources and types of wastessolid.  Natural  environment.  lateral  earth  pressure. life cycle analysis. pulp and paper. clean technologies. 24    . R. Noise & radiation: generation.g.  cycles  of  nature..ECE 033 Environmental Geotechnology                                   L      T  P  3    1    0  Unit ‐1  Introduction. Solid waste generation and disposal management.  Geotechnical  re‐use  of  waste  materials  and  fills. under‐water foundation problems. and Sangeeta. Unit-4 Recent trends in industrial waste management. oil and grease. Various waste water streams. dairy. Landfills for Municipal and Hazardous wastes. Sharma. ‐ waste containment systems. waste stabilization and landfills:  design and evaluation. H. fertilizer. particulate and gaseous pollutant control.  Aims. ion‐exchange reaction and ion exchange capacity. Unit-2 Processes responsible for deterioration in water quality. chemicals such as cyanide.L. ‐ Designing with geosynthetics    ECE – 034 Industrial Pollution Control and Environmental Audit Unit-1 Industrial wastes & their sources: various industrial processes. thermal power plants. Hazardous wastes: definitions.  Characteristics  of  dust.Environmental  Cycle  and  their  interaction  with  geotechnology.

    ECE-035 : Engineering Hydrology Unit-1 Introduction: hydrologic cycle. well hydraulics. Precipitation: Forms of precipitation. measurement & estimation Unit-3 Runoff and Hydrographs : Hydrograph.  7.frequency relationships. • ‘Handbook of Applied Hydrology’ by Chow V. well losses. capacities. Noyes Data Corporation.   25    .T. New Jersey. runoff characteristics of stream.  2. and Corney. Initial Losses. The Treatment of Industrial wastes.  Editor‐in‐Chief.E. Sell. specific capacity. statistical analysis. depth-area-duration & intensity. design storm & design flood. environmental audit versus accounts audit.N. T. K. rain water harvesting.duration. A. Environment (protection) Act‐ 1986. Unit-5 Groundwater: introduction. T. Design’ by Raghunath H. compliance audit. hydrologic storage routing & attenuation. G. McGraw Hill. forms of subsurface water. unit hydrograph method. Any authorized & recent publication on Government Acts. flow duration curve. risk/reliability and safety factor. measurement. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment & Re‐use. empirical formulae. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. Rainfall-runoff correlations.  4. Kohler M. synthetic and instantaneous unit hydrographs.  Culp.Hughes Jr. Factors affecting flood hydrographs. various pollution regulations.steady and unsteady flow to a well in confined aquifer. L.  5. New Delhi  8. water budget equations.  Azad.  McGraw  Hill. Metcalf & Eddy. NY. Industrial  Wastewater  Management  Handbook. • ‘Engineering Hydrology’ by K.  Hardom  Singh.. ground water irrigation. hydraulic method of flood routing. indices. regional flood frequency analysis.. Berlin.. and Paulhus J. Subramanya • ‘Hydrology: Principles. Nancy. Edmund.  George Wasner.Unit-5 Environmental audit: definitions and concepts.C. Pandey. Wastewater  Reuse  and  Recycling  Technology‐Pollution  Technology  Review‐72. world water balance. Compressibility of aquifers. Recommended References: 1. application in engineering.. Unit-2 Abstraction from Precipitation: Evaporation – process.process. V. Unit-4 Flood: Rational method. Recommended Books: • ‘Hydrology for Engineers’ by Linsley R. mass curve. H. Infiltration. Introduction to ISO and ISO 14000. New York. New York. Evapotranspiration-measurement and estimation. Tata Mc Graw‐Hill. G. M. droughts and floods. • ‘Irrigation: Theory & Practice’ by Michael A.  3. flood forecasting & control. Shen. Springer‐Verlag.Interception & Depression storage. Tata McGraw Hill. aquifers & its properties. flood frequency studies. Environmental Engineering. unit hydrograph and its analysis. s-curve hydrograph. relevant methodologies. Yield. Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook. Analysis. Robert Williams and Mark . Industrial Pollution Control –Issues and Techniques. measurement and estimation.. M. hydrologic channel routing. probable maximum precipitation. Flood Routing: Basic equation. Besselieve P. J.  Gordan. flow equations for confined and unconfined aquifers.  6. B.

critical depth. Unit – II  Gradually Varied Flow (GVF): Equation of gradually varied flow and its limitations.  Standardisation. critical flow.   Unit – 3  Semi Graphical method and Mechanism method. 26    .   Unit – 3  Use  of  equipments  in  precast  prefabricated  structure. Production of ready mixed concrete. Analysis of beams and frames. Plastic Analysis of Structures  by P G Hodge. capacity of a cross‐section. specific force. energy and momentum principle for prismatic and non-prismatic channels. Plastic Analysis and Design of steel structures by M Bill Wong  3. Mass.  Lamination  and  Advantages  of  modular  construction.  concept of load factor.  quality assurance.   Unit – 4  Plastic moment distribution for multi‐storey and multi‐bay frames. John Wiley    ECE‐ 043 : Open Channel Flow  L  T  P  3  1   0  Unit – I  Introduction: Basic concepts of free surface flows.  Books :  1.ECE‐ 041  Precast and Modular Construction Practices     Unit – 1  Overview  of  reinforced  and  prestressed  concrete  construction  Design  and  detailing  of  precast/prefabricated building components.  Design of Formwork and their reusability. McGraw Hill  2. plastic moment. velocity and pressure distribution. Energy-depth relations: Concept of specific energy. Precast Concrete Structures  by Kim Elliot    ECE – 042  Plastic Analysis of Structures    Unit ‐ 1   Introduction. its handling and other reliable proportioning concepts.   Unit – 2  Plastic hinge and collapse Mechanisms.  system  building. flow classification and surface profiles. Handbook of low cost housing by A K Lal  2. plastic failure.   Unit – 4  Modular construction Practices. Review of Uniform flow: Standard equations. hydraulically efficient channel sections. shape factor. hydraulic exponents.   Unit – 2  Structural design and detailing of joints in prefabricated structures.  Books :  1. Control sections. Inelastic Analysis of Structures by  M Jirasek & Z P Bazant . Fibonacci series.   Unit – 5  Analysis for deflections at collapse.  Productivity  analysis. Effect of axial force and shear.  Economics  of  form  work. and channel transitions. Historical review. compound sections.   Unit – 5  Modular  coordination.

. Evaluation of the jump elements in rectangular and non-rectangular channels on horizontal and sloping beds. Transitions of subcritical and supercritical flow. Tata McGraw Hill 4. critical depth flumes. Hardware required for CAD works. TA – 20. UNIT – 2 Principles of software design. Flow in Open Channels. Flow over side-weir and Bottom-rack. V.Computation methods and analysis: Integration of varied flow equation by analytical. Chow. flow in curved channels. McGraw Hill International 3. tunnel utilities . Ranga Raju. Unit – III  Rapidly Varied Flow (RVF): Characteristics of rapidly varied flow. T – 1 CT – 30. Design of culvert. Differential SVF equations for increasing and decreasing discharge. use of jump as an energy dissipater. Henderson. Open channel Hydraulics.H. Classical hydraulic jump. rolling and sky jump. Design considerations for sub critical and super critical flows. Open Channel Flow. K. ESE – 100 UNIT – 1 Elements of Computer Aided Design and its advantages over conventional design. Flow through open channels.H. sluice gate. K. F. Numerical methods for profile computation. Classifications and solutions. T. Geotechnical Considerations of tunneling Unit – 2 Design of Tunnels Unit – 3 Construction & Excavation methods .T. submerged hydraulic jump. open channel positive and negative surge.Tunnel Engineering Unit – 1 Site investigations . Tunnel support design Unit – 5 Ventilation of tunnels .. “Celerity” of the gravity wave. Free overfall. Subramanya. PHI 6. French. Tunnel Engineering Handbook by J O Bickel & T R Kuesel 2.. Unit‐IV  Spatially Varied Flow (SVF): Basic principles. Rock Mechanics Design in Mining & Tunneling by Z T Bieniawski    ECE – 051 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN L – 3.. Rock tunnels Unit-4 Micro tunneling techniques . Open channel Hydraulics. References:  1. safety aspects Books : 1. Hanif Chaudhry. Unit – V  Flow in channel of non-linear alignment and non-prismatic channel sections. McGraw Hill International ECE 044 .G. McGraw Hill International 2. Rapidly varied unsteady flow: Equation of motion for unsteady flow. debugging and 27    . M. 5.M.M. R. Open Channel Flow. deep and shallow water waves. soft ground tunnels . concept of modular programming.. Hydraulic jump in gradually and suddenly expanding channels. Flow measurement: by sharp crested and broad crested weirs. graphical and advanced numerical methods.

Weir and Barrage. Dams: classification and selection criteria. Design criteria for Hydraulic Jump type stilling basins with horizontal and sloping aprons. Aqueduct. Failure of hydraulic structures founded on permeable foundations.I. Design of ogee spillway.K. Reservoir losses. Introduction to Neural Networks. Water Resources Engg. Location. causes of failure Phreatic line. Drang. their development and applications. super passage. UNIT – 5 Expert system. Geotechnical. Reference: 1. Elementary profile. UNIT – II  Canal head works: Functions. Principle and design of Distributory head regulatior and cross regulator. Design of Sarda type and straight glacis tall. Principles of design. modes of failure and factor of safety. channel routing by Muskingham Method. Cross drainage works: Necessity and types. Energy dissipation below spillway. Classification. Water Resources Engg. joints.testing. Introduction to the design principles of Weirs on permeable foundations. Water resources Engg. Khosla’s theory for determination of pressure and exit gradient. Siphon Aqueduct. Regulation Works: Falls. level crossing. and Expert System – Robert L. Introduction to design principles of cross drainage works. Bligh’s theory. Rajiv. Hydro-Electric Power: assessment of potential specially in reference to India. By Larry W Mays. UNIT – IV:  Gravity dams: Forces method of analysis. A. UNIT – V  Spillways: Spillway capacity. McGraw Hill 28    . control of cracks. canal siphon. stability analysis. John wiley India 3. Lerine & / Lane E. Reservoir sedimentation and its control. Layout of head works. By R. galleries. Power House layout and important structures of a powerhouse. life of a reservoir. McGraw Hill 3. By Wurbs and James. types of turbines and their suitability. types of spillways. vonnostrand. UNIT . “Neural Computing: Waserman. Earth Dams: Classification. Bed bars. Canal head Regulator. classification of power plants. Estimation of storage capacity. Design of vertical drop and sloping glacis weir. Computer Aided Design – S.4 Use of software packages in the area of Structural. and its determination Introduction to stability analysis.    ECE – 052 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES  L – 3. Introduction to design principle of falls. methods of reservoir routing. T – 1 UNIT – I  Types of Head works: Component parts of a diversion headwork. Linsley. Narosa Publication 2. UNIT – III  Flood routing: Types. Text Books  1. spillway gates. Investigation and planning of dams and Reservoirs: Zones of storage. important terms. John Wiley India 2. and Environmental fields. canal escape. UNIT – 3 Computer applications in analysis and design of Civil Engineering systems.

  Unit‐II  System  Techniques  in  Water  Resources:  Optimization  using  calculas. H.  K. Loucks.  Unit‐III  Economic  Considerations  in  Water  Resources  Systems:  Basics  of  Engineering  Economics.  –  Water  Resources  Systems  Planning  &  Management. Khanna Publishers 6.  –  Water  Resources  Systems  Planning  &  Analysis. J.  4. – System Analysis for Civil Engineering.  Ford  &  Haddow’s  analysis.  shear  modulus  test. recent developments  Unit – 4  29    . Taha.  vector  representation  of  harmonic  motion. Plan Formulation & Plan Selection..4.  Resonance‐column  test.B.  physical  modeling  and  response  analysis.  Dynamic  programming and Simulation.  P. New York  2. Forced Vibrations – damped and  undamped. Vth Edn.  P.  Unit V  Applications  of  Linear  Programming:  Irrigation  water  allocation  for  single  and  multiple  crops.  Economic  Analysis. Steady State. Ossenbruggen.   Unit ‐2  Dynamics  of  soil‐foundation  System:  types  of  machine  foundation.  Books Recommended:  1.  geophysical  methods. Lal   ECE 053   WATER RESOURCES SYSTEMS                    L  T  P                    3   1  0  Unit –I  Concept of System & System Analysis: Definition and types of a system. S. K. Combination of Simulation and Optimization.  Multi‐ reservoir  system  for  irrigation  Planning. –Operational Research‐An Introduction.  3.  and  Singh.  design  criteria. Reservoir Operation  policy for Irrigation. Garg. And Hydraulic Structures by S. John Wiley.  Two  &  three  borehole  techniques.  A. By G L Asawa.  Single  degree of freedom system: Free Vibrations‐ damped and undamped. Irrigation Engg.  Basic Problems in System Analysis. P. Irrigation and Water Resources Engg. C. System Approach and analysis.  Barken’s  approach. Codes.  dynamic  loads.  Unit ‐3  Dynamic  soil  testing  techniques:  cyclic  plate  load  test.  Linear  programming.  Stedenger.  and  Haith.  block  vibration  test. Conditions of project optimality.  Amsterdam    ECE 054 Machine Foundation Design                  L   T    P                  3   1    0  Unit ‐1  Vibration  of  elementary  Systems:  Vibration  motion.  Hammer  foundation. Prentice Hall. Punimia & Pande B. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering by B.  Model  tests  using  centrifuge and shake table. New age International Publishers References  5.  Reservoir  operation  for  Irrigation  and  Hydro‐power  Optimization  Application of Dynamic Programming: Optimal crop water allocation. I.  D.  D.  V. Jain.  S. Benefit‐cost Analysis  Unit‐ IV  Multi‐objective Planning: Non‐inferior solutions.  Elesvier.  Prentice Hall.

 Rao – Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics  4.  Books:   1.  Mechanics  of  alluvial  rivers  including  channel  and  flood  plain  features. Mandal – Geosynthetics World  5.  foundation  isolation  by  barriers. soil‐bitumen and soil‐lime‐flyash mixes.Vibration  isolation  and  control:  vibration  transmitted  through  soil  media. precautions in transportation and storage. specifications. S.  vibration  isolation  –  rigid  foundation  and  flexible  foundation.  classification  of  Rivers. J.  grouting  equipments  and  methods. Prakash – Machine Foundation . Quality Control. guidelines for providing vibration absorbers. al.  typical  examples. – Soft Ground Improvement  6.  Electrical method. Bergado et. soil‐cement.  Deep  compaction:  Introduction. Sediment transport and budgets.  Recommended Books:   1. B. N.  Mueller  Resonance  Compaction. Design of soil‐lime. R. River morphology and various classification schemes.  Grouting  design and layout  Granular Piles: Ultimate bearing capacity and settlement.  suspension  grout. Gopal Ranjan and A.  method  of    isolation. M. Thermal method  Unit – 4  Grouting:  introduction.  Unit ‐2  In‐situ  densification  methods  in  granular  soils.  properties  of  material  and  media  used  for  isolation. effect of compaction on surface behaviour. S.  solution  grout. load test  Unit ‐5  Underpining  of  foundations:  importance  and  situations    for  underpinning.  2.  construction  guidelines. S.  methodology.  impact  and  rotary  type  machines.  vibration  control  of  existing  machine. Field methods of  compaction.  3. Pre‐loading and de‐watering. R. Hall and Wood – Vibrations of Soil and Foundations    ECE 061 Ground Improvement Techniques                  L    T     P                  3    1    0  Unit ‐1  Introduction. Review of compaction theory. Richard. Prasad – Fundamentals of Ground Vibration  3. Purshotham Raju – Ground Improvement. method of construction.  Unit ‐5  Guidelines for design and construction of machine foundation: data required for design of reciprocating.  Advantages.  Ground  Suitability  for  Vibroflotation. Vertical drains. B. Depth of Improvement  Unit ‐3  In‐situ densification methods in cohesive soil: Introduction. ‐ Designing with geosynthetics    ECE 062   RIVER ENGINEERING                    L  T  P                    3  1  0  Unit – I  Introduction.  Terra‐Probe.  active  and  passive  isolation. Garg – Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. K.        30    .  guidelines  for  the  design  of  different  type  machines.  Geotextiles: types.  2.  Vibroflotation  techniques. Dynamic Compaction. functions. Koerner.

‘Groundwater Resource Evaluation’ by Walton W. M. New Delhi. Delta formation and control. Natural Channel Design Analysis. Analysis  of flow.  ECE-063: Groundwater Management Unit-1 Introduction. Time Series. Image wells. ECE – 064 EARTQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN L3 31    T1 . ground water irrigation. Contamination of groundwater and its Control.  Unit‐V  River  Training  and  Protection  Works:  Introduction. Inverse problem i. Development of wells Pumping equipment for water wells. C. Mutual interference of wells.  Instability  of  rivers. characteristics  and  shapes  of  meanders  and  control.  Braided  Rivers. hydro-geology & aquifers. hydrological cycle & definitions. Ground Water Modeling Techniques.  Socio‐cultural  influences  and  ethics  of  stream restoration.  cutoff. Observation wells. River Channel patterns. Artificial discharge and Recharge of Ground Water. Irrigation & Water Power Engineering‐ B. pumping tests for aquifer parameters. ‘Groundwater’ by Raghunath H. Lal. C. K. maintenance of wells.e. Dupuits theory.  2. Well completion.  Unit‐IV  Bio‐engineering Techniques. T.  Protection  for  Bridges  with  reduced  waterway.Unit –II  Behaviour of Rivers: Introduction. causes. well losses. Unit-5 Ground Water Management Techniques: Groundwater budgeting. Unit-2 Steady and unsteady flow through confined and unconfined aquifers. Darcy’s law. ‘Irrigation: Theory & Practice’ by Michael A. flow-nets in isotropic medium.  Types  of  training  works.  Design  of  Guide  Band. Ground water exploration. Unit-3 Water Wells: Design of water wells. groundwater modeling & stimulation. partially penetrating wells. application of GIS and remote sensing in groundwater management.  Rivers  and  restoration  structures. Unit-4 Ground Water quality. Surface and Subsurface Investigations of Ground water. roof-top rainwater harvesting and recharge.  Unit‐III  Mechanics  of  Alluvial  Rivers. Recommended References: • • • • • ‘Groundwater Hydrology’ by Todd D.  Hydraulic  geometry. Sediment and channel geometry data. I & II). Punmia and Pande B. Ground water movement. specific capacity. River Behaviour Management and Training (Vol. M. Well construction.  Classification  of  River  Training. Straight river channels. B.  Bed  forms. Occurrence of ground water. CBI&P. Well Hydraulics: Single& Multiple well system. Classification review. Groundwater drainage.  Textbook:  1. ‘Handbook of Applied Hydrology’ by Chow V.  embankment  and  spurs/dampners and other river/ flood protection works.

Biggs 2.S. Magnitude. Dynamics of single degree of freedom system.      Structural Dynamics . Unit – 5 Reinforced Concrete buildings. Causes of earthquakes. 6.Anil K. Response spectrum method. 5. Material Properties. S.J. Intensity and Energy released.      IS: 1983 .Jai Krishna an A. Introduction to machine foundation.Mario Paz.      Introduction to Structural Dynamics .R. Unit .Duggal 32    . References: 1.Theory & cpomputation .      Elements of Earthquake Engineering . code provisions for design and construction of machine foundations. Characteristics of Earthquakes. Modeling of structures.       Dynamics of Structures Theory and Applicaions to Earhquake Engineering . Unit -3 Dynamics of multi degree of freedom system. Conceptual design.1984 Criterion for Earthquake Resistant Design. I. Earthquake Resistant of Design of structures.Unit – 1 Internal structure of earth. I Unit – 4 Introduction to earthquake resistant design.2 Response of Structure to Earthquake motion.K. 7. Code provisions. Design of Masonry buildings. Time history method. 4. Chopra. Steel Buildings.M. Seismic waves. Equivalent lateral force method. Chandrasekaran 3. Idealization of structures. Degrees of freedom of a block foundation. Dynamics of soils and seismic response. Agarwal and Srikhande. Earthquake Resistant of Design of structures.

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