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CET-222

Internal Marks: T P External Marks: 3 0 2 Total Marks: 40 60 100

Building Construction & Drawing


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UNIT I Components of a building and building specifications, Site preparation and setting out of works, Building layout, Building bye-laws. Masonry, Types Stone masonry, basic terms, materials for stone masonry, joints in stone masonry Brick Masonry, bonding of bricks, strength of brick work. Cavity walls, features, wall ties, construction of cavity wall Lintels and Arches, classification Temporary works: Formwork and Scaffolding, Drawings. Roofs & Roof coverings: types of roofs, pitched roofs, Flat roofs etc, Roof covering: tiles, ACC, Tin & G.I. Sheets UNIT - II Doors & windows: Introduction, location in buildings, basic terms, standard sizes, size of timber, types of doors, fittings for doors, door frames, types of doors, types of windows, standard sizes of windows, drawings Earthwork, Damp proof course: Points of its requirement in buildings, D.P.C. at Plinth level, in basement and roof tops etc., Anti-termite treatment, Basement & Retaining walls. Drawings. Foundation types and suitability, spread, arch, combined, cantilevered, Raft, Grillage, Piles & wells, Footings in block cotton soil, IS Specifications and drawings. UNIT III Stairs & Stair cases: Suitability of location, stairs in multi-storeyed buildings, Residential and public buildings, dimensions, Requirements, classification, types of stairs, Lift & escalators, drawings Housing: Introduction, definitions, Acoustics and sound proofing, Ventilation and air-conditioning, Fire hazards, fire fighting system means of escape alarms system, Fire prevention measures, maintenance standards, Maintenance of floorings, doors, windows, sanitary appliances, electrical systems and septic tanks. Books Recommended:

1. Building Construction by Sushil Kumar, Standard Publisher Distributors. 2. Building Construction by B. C. Punima, Laxmi Publisher House

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CET-223 Principals of Economics & Management


Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 0 0 Total Marks: 100

UNIT-I

Economics : Definition, nature and scope. Economy : Types, problems and functions.

UNIT-II

Basic Terms & Concepts : Good, Utility, value, capital & margin Human wants, consumption and standard of living Consumers Behaviour , Consumers surplus Demand & law of demand, determinants of demand & elasticity of demand. Scale of Production: Law of returns Costs & Costs Curves, Supply & Supply curves Market Definition and types, equilibrium of firms & industry

UNIT-III

Pricing : Commodity pricing under perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly Theories of Distribution, Rent, Interest and Profits

Functions of Management, Management- Science or Art Universality of Management, Scientific Management Principles of Management by Henry Fayol Authority, Responsibility, Accountability and Power Delegation of Authority Motivation- Concept and theories

Books Recommended:

Economics : Sloman Managerial Economics : P.L. Mehta Modern Micro Economics : Koutsoyannisa Principles & practices of Management : L.M. Prasad Essentials of Management : Koontz & Weihrich

CET-224 Surveying -II


Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 1 0 Total Marks: 100 UNIT-I (11 HOURS)

1. Theodolite: Different types of Theodolites, temporary & permanent

adjustment, traversing with a Theodolite, adjustment of closing error by Bowditch & transit rules. 2. Tacheometric Survey: Different types of tacheometer, calculation of vertical and horizontal distances, substance bar method, Tacheometric leveling with both angle of depression and elevation, errors due to curvature & refraction. UNIT-II (11 HOURS)

3. Triangulation: Measurement of baseline, corrections for the baseline,


selection of stations, corrections

4. Trigonometric Levelling: Height & distance of inaccessible objects by


various methods. 5. GIS: Introduction, concepts and terminology, Utility of GIS, Essential components of a GIS, Data acquisition through scanners and digitizers, Data storage, Data manipulation and analysis Applications of GIS. UNIT-III (11 HOURS)

6. GPS: Introduction, working principle, Various application of GPS related to


Civil Engg., components of GPS Point positioning and differential positioning. 7. Remote Sensing: Introduction, interaction of EMR with Earth Surface Working Principles and Instrumentation. 8. Curves: Different types of curves, their degree and calculation of ordinates, and angles, their layout obstacles in curves. Books Recommended:

1. Surveying, By C.L. Kochher Dhanpat Rai & Sons 2. Surveying by Kanetkar 3. Kaplan, E.D., Understanding GPS: Principles and applications 4. Campbell, J.B. Taylor and Francis, "Introduction to Remote Sensing".

CET-225 Structural Analysis-I


Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 1 0 Total Marks: 100 UNIT-I

1. Deflection of Beams Review of Double Integration Method and Macaulay's Method, moment area theorem, conjugate beam method, unit load method and strain energy method. Maxwel's reciprocal theorem. 2. Thin Cylinders and Spheres Introduction, stresses and strains in thin cylinders and spherical shell, volumetric change, wire wound thin cylinders, thin vessels subjected to internal pressure. UNIT-II

3. Analysis of determinate Trusses Introduction, determination of forces in member of trusses by method of joints, method of sections. 4. Rolling Loads Introduction to rolling loads and influence lines, Determination of shear force, bending moment at a section and absolute shear force and bending moment due to single point load, uniformly distributed load, several point loads etc. UNIT-III

5. Influence Lines Construction of Influence lines for reaction, shear forces and bending moment for simply supported, overhauling and compound beams, influence lines for girders with floor beams, Influence lines for forces in members of frames. 6. Arches Introduction, Analysis of three hinged: horizontal thrust, shear force, bending moment, radial shear , normal thrust. Influence lines for horizontal thrust, shear force and bending moment for three hinged. 7. Cables and suspension Bridges Introduction, shape of a loaded cable, cable carrying point loads and UDL, cables with ends at different level, cable subjected to temperature

stresses, suspension bridge with two hinged and three hinged stiffening girders, influence lines. Book Recommended 1. Basic structural Analysis C.S.Reddy. 2. Analysis of Structures Vol- I and Vol.-II Vazirani & Ratwani 3. Intermediate structural Analysis C.K.Wang

CET-226
Internal Marks: T P External Marks: 1 0 Total Marks: 40 60 100

Concrete Technology
L 3

UNIT-I (11 Hours) Introduction: Concrete as a Structural material, constituent materials of concrete. Cement: Types of cements, basic chemistry, heat of hydration, Testing of cement, Fineness, consistency, setting times, strength, types of Portland cements, expansive cements. Pozzolanic materials : Various types, Fly ash - its types, properties, applications & limitations. Aggregates: Classification of aggregates, Mechanical properties: Bond, strength, toughness, hardness, physical Properties, Specific Gravity, Bulk density, porosity and absorption, Moisture content, bulking of sand, sieve analysis, fineness modulus, grading of aggregate, maximum aggregate size.

UNIT-II

(11 Hours)

Mix Design: Factors to be considered: water/cement ratio, durability, workability, cement and aggregate content, Design of mix by IS & ACI methods. Physical Properties of Fresh Concrete: Workability, factors affecting, methods of determination of workability, Density of fresh concrete. Strength of concrete: Porosity, Gel/space ratio, Total voids in concrete, factors affecting strength: Water/cement ratio, relation between tensile & compressive strengths; bond to reinforcement.

Admixtures and Super Plasticizers: Functions, classification, accelerating admixtures, retarding admixtures, air containing admixtures

UNIT-III

(11 Hours)

Mixing, Handling, Placing & compaction of concrete: Mixers, mixing time, ready mixed concrete, pumped concrete, vibration of concrete, internal & external vibrators, re-vibration, shot-crete. Permeability and Durability: Permeability, sulphate attack, action of frost, frost resistance concrete. Special concretes: Polymer Concrete composites, fibre reinforced concrete Ferrocement, Roller compacted concrete, very high strength concrete. Books Recommended:

1. Neville A M and Brookes J J Concrete Technology Pearson Publishers, New Delhi,1994. 2. Neville A M Properties of Concrete Pearson Publishers, New Delhi, 2004. 3. Gambhir M L Concrete Technology Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1995. 4. Shetty M S Concrete Technology S. Chand & Company, New Delhi, 2002. 5. Mehta P K Microstructure of Concrete Indian Concrete Institute and ACC, Bombay, 1997.

CEP-227 Fluid Mechanics-II Lab

Internal Marks: 30 L T P External Marks: 20 0 0 2 Total Marks: 50

1. Verification of Stokes Law 2. Boundry layer development on a flat plate 3. Determination of drag on a body in a wind tunnel. 4. Determination of mannings coefficients of rugosity. 5. Determination of elements of hydraulic jump. 6. Discharge and flow profile over a broad crested weir.

Books Suggested: Experimental Fluid Mechanics: G.L.Asawa Open Channel Hydraulics: V.T.Chow

CEP-228 Surveying-II Lab

Internal Marks: 30 L T P External Marks: 20 0 0 2 Total Marks: 50

1. Measurement of horizontal angles by repetition and reiteration methods using a theodolite. Measurement of vertical angle by theodolite.

2. Determination of tacheometric constants. Determination of reduced levels by tacheometric observations.

3. Determination of height of an inaccessible object with instrument axis in the same plane as the object.

4. Determination of height of an inaccessible object with instrument axis in different planes as the object. 5. Setting out a transition curve. Setting out of circular curves in the field using different methods

CE-313 CONCRETE LAB

Internal Marks: 30 P External Marks: 20 2 Total Marks: 50

LT 00

1. To Determine the Specific Gravity of cement. 2. To Determine the Standard Consistency, Initial and Final Setting Times of Cement. 3. To Determine Soundness of Cement. 4. To Determine the Compressive Strength of Cement. 5. To Determine the Compressive Strength of Bricks/Tiles. 6. To Determine the Fineness Modulus of Fine and Coarse Aggregates. 7. To Determine the Bulk Density, Water Absorption and Sp. Gr. of Fine and Coarse Aggregates. 8. To Determine the Slump, Compaction Factor and Vee-Bee Time of Concrete. 9. Mix Design of Concrete. 10. To Determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete by Cube and Cylinder. 11. To carry out the Tensile and Flexural tests of Concrete. 12. To determine the Compressive Strength of hardened Concrete by NonDestructive Test

Books/Manuals :1. Concrete Manual By Dr. M.L. Gambhir, Dhanpat Rai & Sons Delhi. 2. Concrete Lab Manual by TTTI Chandigarh