You are on page 1of 38

(n

t-

oFc -*
L':]E t__

a a
J
\
l

Aa.I A/
l-.-^

IEI Y
I

o
6 e. ul ct
!

xx WA=
Z\

{= i-'i r) F-\V'i
!JT-J 7s lJ

lEo
*9

F
-

kl .L *rH
Fi;

h U' dui lITP


D1 JCt

\J/n6

\JE0', a-:.Ae *ay'6 lJlo 7-4u


.lj* -de -

E]f''1 7a

=e *ff
(Dq =<

Uir;
r-li_--\

nAA"[.1 e
|-l) =p, RO
H

B.:-e "Ec,

qH
TJ

\3 tFd FAd a--l F 84 r*r

d= Z.s
H#
ly. = T=5 ut

*-

su
\J

rJ

\Jr|+: EE

rr

tr
PE lqii
f-A LA .*

=
J J
I

s< v

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

t6

t'l

FCIVIL

ENGINEERTNG 2OO9-2OIO

TAwAHART;+Eli[?iIJtH#;fI-"if
Comes in a dlunken condition to the examination hall'

GICAL

Expulsion from examination hall cancellation of


and

the and

B'rEctt
YEAR
Code 510Q1_

c*'L

the

^*^%tl;;
-

performance in that subject

srRucnrRE L T/P/D c
2
4
J J

all other subjects the candidate has alreadY


appeared including Practical examinations and Proj ect work
and shall not be Permitted for
the remaining examinations

hghsir
vldrern*ics-l
FngneexingModlftia
EngilreerrngPhYsics

51002

6
4 4 6

2
a

of
51006

the subjects of that semesterl


year.

fngireedngC$sry :

afitFftrPlogrartuntng&"r 51007 BBirredngDralung. , ,

*"'f =:t'

::_:::l: |

,)

4
4

3 l4
5

of the PerformaCopying detected on the basis Cancellation subject and all of inlernal evidence, such as' nce in that the candidate cluring valuation or during other subjects

51600
51601

51602 51603

&EirEermgtlDscYaB"T'+::;ki-f .f ngtlsnfan#ry-e gqry!Y""""-*'"


ErgirrffingwuKtrrry
't'otal

3 3

4 4 50

speciul scrutinY.

has apPeated including practical examinations and project work of that semester
/ year examinations.

11

18

COI.]RSESTRUCTTJRE

trYEARI! ;EIVIESTEIT
Code
I

L
+ 4
-t
.1

TIPID

C 4 4
3 5

If

which is not covered in the


above cluuses

any malPractice is detected

I to I I

-53m1
53015

I I
1

shall be

reported to thc UniversitY for further uction to award suitable

s3m3

I s:m+53m5

invigilators Malpractices ldentlfled by squad or special

53m6
53601

N4i[EgetialEcgunrcsilPnruP'^'

+*'"*

4 0 0

0
3
3

4 2
2

l. (r) (ii) fO

per the above guidelines' Punishments to the cunclidates as


also involved in encouruging malpractices) A show cause notice shull be issued to the college' Impose a suitable finc ort thc college
'

536m_ Smeyuglabl. , 'Ibtat

= SuensfiofMatenasuo

2.Punishmentforinstitutions:(ifthesquadreportsthatthecollegeis

2!

1l

25

college to another college Sftifting the examinatkrtt cettlre li'om the yeitr' for a specific period of not less lhllll one

l"

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

crvrl

ENGINEERING

2009-2010

18

JAWAI{ARLAL I\EIIRU TECHNOLOGICAL TJNIVERSITY


HYDERABAD

ItrYT]AX trSEMESTER
Code
56001

COI-TRSESTRUCTIJRE

Subject Design of Steel Structurgs

L
t
3

vPn
2

4
J J J

B.TECH. CIVII, ENGINEERIhIG


trYEARIISF]VIRSTER
Cocle

I
I

COT]RSESTRUCTTJRE

5ffi2
56003 56004 56005

J
J

Subject
hnbabil itv & Statistics
Sfrensth ofMalerials
-

L
J

TIPID I

s4{nt

3"
+

4 4

s4{m
54tr)3

4
4
J

I
I
0

Hvdraulics & Hvdrrulic Macfi irrcrv

4
J

56006

54t[l4
.54n5

LnvimnmenmlStudies

56iff
s15008

SlrucuralAnalvsis-l
Buildinc lvlaterials Constudion & Harurine

4
J

4
J J J

5()06
54({X)

s6600 s6601

.bmqrterAided Draftine of Buildings

0 0

2 2

20

12

25

54$)t

lunrcvinsl-ahI
Tlotal

2t

t1

25

IvYEAR ISEMESTER
Code

COURSESTRUCTURE Subject

L
4

TIPID

Elective-II

MYEARISI.]MESTER
Code

COURSESTRUCTURE

57m1

C*onW*oO.*tqoot rdlvtmagenut
Advarcod Surnural Desigt Elemers ofEarthqrnkeBrytneenng

Subject
Concrctc Tcchnology Dcsion ol Roinftlced Concrete Strucilres Ensinccring Ccolosv Geotcchnical Engincering

L
3
-)

TIPID
I I

C
3

51W2 s7m3
<'7mL

VYi:tlaJBrrqrur"

55m1

'---"

55ffD
55003

2 I
I
I

4
3
f

s7m5 57m6
570')1

GIS&RendesemuB

I
1

J J

# so%

PavenKrurisryr

55m4
55005

-l

Elective'Ill
5?m8 57m9
57010
s701
1

3 4

Water Rcrsuutccs linginecling-l

+ 4

wakrResources Plzruring mdMmagement

Elective -! 55006
55007
55C{}8
W:r.stc Mirnitgcr ttcnt

FmiteElementMettnds DsasfeiluarngTrSt tr'f

ui'i!ry-

4
J J

4
2

Bnvironmctrlitl lttr;titct Assessnrent and Management

Adviilccd Strlr(:lUlirl Arralysis


Fluid Mcchartic'ri & llytf rnulic Machinery Lab
Engineerin l: Ccolog.y I ;th
Tqldilii
J

57601

55600
55ffi11

2 2

s'764

2l

11

t<

2{t

1a NA

z5

ctvtL ENGINEERINC 2009-2010 n

2l
JAWAIHRLALNEIIRU

clvll-

ENGINEERINC 2009'2010

TECHNOLOGICALUNTVERSNY

JAWAHARLAL NEIIRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVER.SITY HYDERABAD


B.TECII. CIVIL

HYDERABAD

M{GINBMING
COURSESTRUCTURE

III Year B.Tech. C'E' t -Sem

L 3

TTPID C

tl-l-

TVYEARtrSEMESTER
Code

(55001) CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

Subject

T/PM

c
-t

UNIT
cement

t
cement

Elective-IV
58m1

CnVfBNf : Portland
J I

- chemical

compostn'on;fiYdration'Settingof

58ffi2
58ffi3
58004

Ground lmprovement Techniques Design and Drawrng of Inigation Structures Airport Plaruring and Design
Prestressed Concrete Structures Data Base Management SYstems

Structure of hydrate'cemelt grades of cement' Different

- Test on t'hysicat properties -

UNIT
J J

-II
-

58m5
58006

ADMIXTURES
I
J J

: Types

Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Structures


Manaeemenf Science

properties

dosages

of admixtures - mrnera landchemicaladmixtureseffects - usage'

58tr7
58601 58603

Industrial Training

586t2 Seffi-nar
Proiect
Comprehensive viva

6
t5

2
10'

UNIT .III ACCnSClfES:


of sand -

Classification of aggregate

58@

2
9

Bond, strength & other mechanical e,lf a"nrity, porosity, adsorption

Total
Note

23

25

All End Examinations (Theory

and Practical) are of three hours

Delete Atkali aggregate modulus - Grad


graded aggregate

& '

rpertres o

toisture c

soundness of aggfegiltg erties - Sieve analysis - Fineness & coars Aggregates - Gap gate

fine

duration.

Maximum aggregate slze'

UNIT - IV

T-Ttrtorial

L-Theory P-Practical D'Drawing C-Credits

tt^^+t^-.,.."r.ahiti affecting workability FRESH CONCRETE: Workability -'Factors of concrete different tests Setting times

by Measurement of workability & bleeding on workabitity - Segregation Effect of rime and,"#.^."# of concrete of concrete - Steps in manufacture
Mixing and vibration
water' QualitY of mixing

UNIT. V
:

HARDENED CONCRETE Strength in concrete -. Maturity concept ratio - Nature of strength of between affecting strength - Reration tension a .o.pr"rriori_ Fu"tors
compression & tensile strength

I-aw Water / Cement ratio -Abram's

- Gelspaoe

Curing'

'il-

UNIT _ VI

Compression test TESTING OF HARDEI{ED CONCRETE:

-Factorsaffectingstrength-Flexuretests-spiittingtests NDT' codal provisions for Non-destructiu" t"rting irethods u,|lt

clvrl- ENGINEERING 2009-2010 2.


ELASTICITY, CREBP & SHRINKAGE - Modrius,of - Dynamic modulus of elasticity - Posiison's ratio * Creep of concrete - Factors influencing creep - Relation between creep & time - Natu.e of creep Effects of creep - Shrinkage - types of shrinkage.
-etasticity

ts

CIVIL ENGINEERING 20.09-20 lo

UNIVERSITY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL HYDERABAD

ItrYearB.Tech.C.E.I-Sem

L 3

TtPtD

C
4

-tzt-

UNIT - VII MIX DESIGN : Factors in the choice of mix proportions - Durabilityrof concrete - Quality Control of concrete - Statistical methods - Acceptance criteria - Proportioning of concrete mixes by various methods - BIS method
of mix design

(55002) DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

UNIT

- VIII
UNIT
design Beams :' Limit state analysis and reinforced, T and L beam sectlons'

aggregates - Light weighr aggegare Cellular concrete - No-fipes concrete - High density concrete Fibre reinforced concrete - Polymer concrete - Types of Polymer conprete - High performance concrete - Self compacting concrete.

SPECIAL CONCRETES: Light weight

concrete

-II

of singly reinforced, doubly


\

TEXT BOOKS:

l. Properties of Concrete by A.M.Neville - Low priced Edition - 4fi i' edition 2. Concrete Technology by M.S.Shetty. - S.Chand & Co. :2004
R.EFERENCES:

1.

Concrete Technology by M.L. Gambhir.

- Tata Mc.

Graw

Hill

beams, detailing.

Publishers, NewDelhi
Concrete Technology by A.R. Santha Kumai, Oxford university
Press, NewDelhi

HII;

Concrete: Miqfo structure, Properties and Materials


and J.M.Monteiro, Mc-Graw

P.K.Mehta

Hill Publishers

Coefficients TJNIT - V
UNIT

"tJt-o-wav

slabs, one wav slab'

to"tG*o*'slab using I

' -

'

Footings : Different types of footings

Design

of isolated':square'

Combined footings' rectang-ular' circular footings and


bending and biaxial columns - under axial loads ' uniaxial Qhgrt and Long bending - I S Code Provrslons'

- vI

UNIT

-VII deflection, cracking and codal Limit state design for serviceability for
provision.

clvrl
UNIT

ENGTNEERTNG

2009-2010

24

25

CIVIL ENCINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

- VIil
- Design of Canopy (Portico)

Miscellaneous design stair case design

JAWAHARLAL NEIIRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY IIYDERABAD


IIIYearB.Tech.

TEXT BOOKS:
state designed of reinforced concrete - P.C.Varghese, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 2. Reinfbrced concrete design by N. Krishna Raju and R.N. Pranesh, New age International Publishers, New Delhi

C.E.I-Sem

L 4

TIPID

ll-l-

C 4

l.

Limit

(55003) ENGINEERING GEOLOGY


Civil Engineering

ct over the properties

CivilEngheering
PhYsical geologY'

3. 4.

Reinforced concrete design by S"Unnikrishna Pillai & Devdas Menon; 'Iata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. Fundamentals of reinforced concrete by N.C. Sinha and S.K Roy, S.

ofrocks impofiance

Chand publishers

dams, reservoirs and tunnels weathering

REFERENCES

of commonrock like "Granite"

l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
7

Fundamentals of Reinforced concrete design by M.L. Gambhir, Printice Hall of India Private Ltd., New Delhi.

Reintbrced concrete structural elements - behaviour, Analysis and design by P.Purushotham, Tata Mc.Graw-Flill, 1994. Design of concrete structures

Arthus H.Nilson, David Darwin, and

Chorles W. Dolar, Tata Mc.Graw-Hill, 3rd Edition, 2005.

Design of Reinforced Concrete Foundations Hall of India, New Delhi.

P.C. Varghese Prentice

Magnesite, and B auxite'

Reinforced concrete structures, Vol.l, by B.C.Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jaiu andArun Kumar Jain, Laxrni, publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi Reinforced concrete structules Publishers

I.C. Syal &A.K.Goel, S.Chand

Limit State Design by B.C.Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, Laxmi, publications Pvt.I-td., New Delhi
excavation, stone aggregates'

UNIT

geological time scale, Out c


structures associating with and joints - their important types'

- IV

STRUCTU

UNIT -

Principles Electrical

ical studies ic methods'


Geothermal

crvtl

ENGTNEERTNG

2009-2010 'x

CIVIL ENGINEERINC

2OO9-2OIO

method. Special impottance of Electrical resiqtivity methods, and seismic refraction methods. lmprovement of competence of sites by groutin$etc.
Fundamental aspects of Rock mechanics and Environmental Geology.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD LTIPTD C III Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

UI{IT - VI GEOLOGY

OF DAMS A}[D RESERVOIRS : Types of dams and bearing of Geology of site in their selection, Geological Considerations in the selection of a dam site. Analysis of dam failures of the past. Factors

(55004) GEOTECHNICAL

ll-lENGINEERING ' I 3
and clay mineralogy

Contributing to the success of a reservoir. Geological factors influencing water tightness,and life of reservoirs, Geo hazards, ground subsidence.

UNIT

INTRODUCTIoN: soil formatioh - soil structule


Rasorbed water

-I

UNIT -

VII

Mass- volume relationship

Relative

Ground water: Water table, common types of ground water,

ft:ttt

springs,,cone of depression, geological controls of ground water movement, grourldwater exploratioir. Earth quakes, their causes and effects, shield areas and seismic belts. Seismic waves, Richter scale, precautions to be taken for building construction in seismic dreas. La:rd slides, land slides hazards, water in land slides their causes and effect; measures to be taken to prevent their occurrence. Importance ofstudy ofground water, Earthquake

UNIT. II
of soils.

^O"* methods Hydrometer


UNIT

i*Ot"*ttES

OF SOff.St Grain size analysis - Sieve and consistency timits and indices - I'S' Classification
.ts_

and.landslides.

IINIT - VIn TUNNELS : Purposes of tunneling, Effects of Tunneling on the ground Role of Geological Considerations ( lithological, structural and ground water ) in tunneling over break and lining in tunnels; Tunnels in rock, subsidence over old mines , minining substarrces TEXT BOOKS:

-III PERMEABILITY: Darcy's law- perme determination of coe


UNIT. IV

loru I*:

out test)' Insitu permeability tests (Pumping in & Pumping

EFFECTIVESTRESS&SEEPAGETHROUGHSoII.S:Total,neuffaland : quick sand condition effective stress - principle of effective stress


Seepage through soils

l)

Principals of Engineering Geology by K.VGK, Gokhale -- B.S

Flownets: Characteristics and

Uses'

2) 3) 1.

publicationi

. ,"

'-

.'

Engineering Geology byN,Chennkesavulu; Mae-Millan,:Pubtishers 2d Editiq4India Ltd. 20I0Engineering Geblogy by D. Venkat [teddy; Vikas Publications , F.G Bell, Fundamental of Engineering Geology Butterwerths, Publications, New Delhi,' 1992. Krynkie & Judti, Principldsof Engineering Geology & Geotechiiics,
,

REFERENCES:

UNIT _ VI
COMPACTION:Mechanismofcompaction-factorsaffectingcompaction

2.

CBS Publishers

3.

& Distibution,

effects of compaction on soil properties compaction qual itY control'

Field compaction Equipment

Fundations of Engineering Geology Cry press Taylor & Francis.

Tony Waltham

Spon presV

crvtL and under consolid'ated

ENGTNEERING

2009_2010

2g

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2010

determination - 'Terzaghi's

consolidation: square root time and logarithm of time fitting methods.

soil - preconsolidation pressure and its l-D consolidatio;r,theory - coefficient of

UNIT. VIII
SHEAR STRENGTII OF SOILS: Imporrance of shear strength _ Mohr's_ coulomb Failure theories - Types of laboratory strength tests strength tests based on drainage conditions - Shear strength of sands - dilatancy Critical Void Ratib - Liquefaction- shear srrength of clays.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD TTPID L III Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

C
3

ll-l-

(55005) WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING'I

TEXT BOOKS:

I 2. 3. l.

Basic andApplied Soil Mechaniis by Gopal Ranjan &ASR Rao, New age International Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi Principals of Geotechnical Engineering by Braja M.Das, Cengage
Formulae.

Irarning Publishers.
Geotechnical Engineering : principles and practices of soil mechanics and foundation Engineering by VNS Murthy, Taylor & Francis Group.

UNIT.II

REFERENCES:
Geotechnicat.Engineering by C. Venkataramiah; New age International Pvr . Ltd, (2002>.

evaporatlon' Abstraction from rainfall-evaporation, factors affecting Penman and Blaney & measurement of evaporation- Evapotranspirationinfiltration, infiltration indices'.

measurement of Criddle Methods -Infiltration, factors affecting infiltration,

2. 3. 4. 5.

Soil Mechanic.s.-TlM. Lambeand,Whirman,Mc-.GrawHillpublishing Company, Newyork. Geotechnical Engineering by Manoj Dufia & Gulari Mc.Grawhill Publishers New Delhi.

UNIT.III

S.K-Tata

Effective Distribution of Runoff - HydrographAnalysis Flood Hydrograph Hydrograph Rainfall - Base Flow- Base Flow Separation - Direct Runoff Unit Hydrograph from Direct Runoff Hydrograph drograph, Synthetic Unit Hydro graph'
n of

efinition, and limitations of applications of Unit

Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg. By K.R. Arora, Standard Publ ishers and Distlibutors, Delhi.

Soil Mechanics and Foundation by by B.C.punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, Laxmi, publications pvt. Ltd., New Delhi

UNIT.IV

parameters' porosity' Ground water Occurrence, types of aquifers, aquifer

specificyield,permeability,transmissivityandstoragecoefficient'Darcy's Types of law, radial flow to wells in confined and unconfined aquifers'
wells,- Well Construction

- Well Development'

UNIT.V

-F-

t ' I
CIVIL ENGINEERING

.IVIL EN.INBERING

2oo9-2olo

2009-2010

30

31

TECTINOLOGICAL JAWAHARLAL NEI'NU HYDERABAI)

TJNIVERSITY

III YearB.Tech' C'E I -9em


(55006)

L
4

TIPID

C
4

-l-l:

*,tffiEG,|i+il.t.EMENr
waters

UNIT.VII

canals by Kennedy's and Classification of canals, Design of Irrigation ;";tiig, rs standards ror a canatdesign

;*d;;;i";, r;ii;;",?;
canal lining.

of QualitY requirements Inclustrtes ssing and BrewerY

ds'

Volurne reduction and PrgPorttontng'

wage'-'ionsequent
problerns.

TINIT' trII
streamflow.
problems.

and into stfeans.i'Lakes and oceans Industrial waste water'discharges

T"xT 1oo5::-. . 1. Engineering Hydrology


Ltd.,NewDelhi

by JayaramRed< ty,Laxmipublicationspvt-

H)t#;"lX"
lndustries.

in of Munlc'real Waste Water of Industrial wastes - use

2. l. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Punmia & Lal' Laxmi Irrigation and water power engineering by NewDelhi Publications Pvt' Ltd',

UNIT Ullr ^

-V

REFERENCES:

tvtanutacturing I'aDgr ano rulP rrruuru Paper and P.ulP lnjus.tr -Ch^aracteristics' Effects

qto:eT_

W4OUV uv^^^ --" " ---id wastc ftorn Tgxttlgst ^iod

funtt".ies, Spgcial

PHI publications' Elementary hydrology by V'P'Singh' Standard krigationandWater-Res;urces &WaterPowerbyP'N'Modi' Book House. Printice Hall of IrrigationWater Managementby D'K' Majundar'

Indra.

ar ru u wq u'v"- " ^- ',] fforn Fertilizers' T]NIT. VI" Manuf acturinc3g:T:::1,*1'lgl"[11:.1?"::;lF]"Tffi EJ urrJ tteutm"ttt methods. fft'lfi ,1"':Hd'd#r-'-$""iutct'uiu'teristics' Mil VlI UNIT - VII : -- ^-!^i^rlin'id waSte from suger Mani jf acturiirgPiocesss"dtuigil*tf-",1*0"1f ,Xl:fi Ti##3i#:T'ii

Irrigation and Hydraulic structures by S'K'Grag' R' Maidment larry W' Applied hydrology by VenTe Chow' David MaysTataMC. GrawHill' Garyl' Lewis' 6. Inffoduction to hydrology by Warren Viessvann' Jr'
PHI

$;:t'n*'*:Hi"i:f,11lij::!fd';li'?#'#,jii"aji't"nt';speciar Bl'"":""#l#ri|r"dtt"J,i^u"it'uui*""tmethods' ilNtr - vlr A'dv ant ges and SuitabilitY, 3 iti';" Hiti*"' Tg"*:*; Il1*' "a

;i##di#'djii*t-ri'poca!,lvrethods' T"n$,"T*o$f;J ''


;.

rreatment bv

vlN'

nao

u"i Doo' orifor{'f

t""li
.

N"*P"ttti.
;adtd of Indtidtry tiv

,^.-,,.',

'
',

REFERENCES:

I''"}::T":f i;;':$;;J;;'d;bv Hammer (Jr)'


J.

- ;dtd'

Newitfii1"-*Mark

Hammer and Mark !,'

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

crvrl

ENGTNEERTNG

2009-2010 g

13

JAWAHARLAI, I\EHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


ITYDERABAI)

evaluation of Audit data and of Environmental Audit, onsite activities' preparation of Audit report, PostAudlt activities'

III

Year B,Tech. C.E. I -Sem

L 4

TIPID

-t-t-

C
4

uNrr ' vIrI

(55007) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND

r -r mL- .-,-+^t Act' The Air (Preventton r & water t The Environmental Pt'otection Act' The lifeAct' Control of pollutionAcL), MotorAct' Wild

MANAGEMENT
(ELECTTVE-r)

Impact assessment statement Case studies and preparation of Ertvirbnmental

for

various Industries' Management' Publisher: Environmental ImpactAssessment-& DaYaAuthor: B B Hosetti,AKumar by Y' Anj aneyulu' Environmental Impact Assess rcnt Methodologies'
B.S. Publication, Sultan Bazar' Hyderabad' by J' Glynn and Gary Environmental Science and Engineering,

UNIT

Basic concept of EIA : Initial environmental Examination, Elements of EIA,

-I

TEXT BOOKS:

- factors affecting E-I-A Impact evaluation and analysis, preparation of


Env iro nmental Base map, Classification of environmental parameters.

1. ' 23.

UNIT - II E I A Methodologies: introduction, Criteria fbr the selection of EIA


T

w'

Methodology, E I A methods, Ad-hoc methods, matrix methods, Network method Environmental Media Quality Index method, overlay methods, cost/ benefit Analysis.

Hein Ke

- Prentice Hall

Publishers

UNIT

Impact of Developmental Activities and Land use: Introduction and Methodology for the assessment of soil and ground water, Delineation of study area, Identification of actives.'

- III

l"tfll):::'
2.

,"''n" and Engineering' bv Suresh K' Dhaneja '

Delhi' S.K.,Katania & Sons Publication'' New by Dr H'S' Bhatia Environmental Pollution and control,

- Galgotia

Publication (P) Ltd, Delhi

UNIT.IV
Assessment of Impact of developmentActivities on Vegetation and wildlifb, environmental Impact of Deforestation - Causes and effects of deforestatist.

UNIT.V
Procurement of relevant soil quality, Impact prediction, Assessment of lmpact

significance, Identification and Incorporation of mitigation measures.

UNIT - VI E IAof surface water, Air and Biological

environment: Methodology for the assessment of Impacts on surface water environment, Air pollution sources, Generalized approach for assessment of Air pollution Impact.

UI\IIT - VII Environmental Audil & Environmental legislation objectives of


Environmenrdl Audit, Types of environmental Audit, Audit protocel, stages

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO A

35

#
.,t

cIViL

ENCINEERING 2irci9-2010

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAI! UNIVERSITY


FTYDERABAD

TINI\DRSITY .IA\4AHARLAL NEIIRU TECIINOL9GICAI'

IilDERABAD

III Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

L 4

T|PID :, J-l-

C
4

III

I'ear B.Tech. C.E.I =Sem

L o

,|IPID

C
2

-l3l-

(55008) ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

(55600) FI,UID MECHANICS &, IIYDRAULIC .

(ELECTIVE.I)

MACHTNERY LAB

UNIT UNIT

Momentdistributionmaterial_Applicationtotheanalysisofportalframes
with inclined legs and gable frames
Kani's method - application to continuous beam bay two storages)

-I

1.

2.

- II

- portal frames

(upto single
4. 5. 6. 7.

UNIT - III

meter Calibration of Venturimeter & Orifice for a gmall orifice / Determination of coefficient of discharge mouthpiece by ccrnstant head method' Notch and / Triangular Notch Calibration of contracted Rechngular pipe' Determination of friction factor of a losses' Detetmination of Coefficient for minor

ptasti"analysis-I_Ductility-ultimateload_plastichinger-shapefactor

moment iurvature relations upper and lover band the"

Verification of Bernoulli's equation' Impact ofjet on vanes Sturiy of HYdraulic jumP' Pcrformance test on Pelton wheel turbine Perforrnance telit on Francis turbine' i

'

UNIT

plastic Analysis - II - Plastic Analysis beam portat survey mechanics.

IV
-

portal franres

meqhanism.-

8.

9.
10.

UNIT _ V
aouiyri,

of building frames by subsriture frame

upto five bays method.

l.

UNIT UNIT

Analysis of frames for lateral force

- VI

Fer,ormancecharacteristicsofasingleStage/multi-Stage ientrifugal PumP.


pump' Performance chalacteristics of a reciprocating

portal and cantilever method'

12.

Introduction to Finite Element method - Application to one dimensional elements - shape function - lagrangian serendipity elements'

- VII

UNIT

vibration Introduction to Structural dynamics declaimer's principle -Free veetour' single degrtee of freedom - Eagleville - Eign

- VIII

TEXT BOOKS

1.

Theory of Structures by B.C' Punmia, Jain, Ashok Kumar JainArun KumarJain.

2.FiniteElementAnalysis-S.S'Bhavikathi,Newagelnternational
Publication. 2010

RBFERENCES

1.

Analysis of Structures
Press

- T' S' Thandavamurthy'

Oxford University

2.

- 2009. Basic of Structural dynamics nad Seismic design/ S'R' Damodara swamy and S. Kavitha' -PHI,20l0

ctvrl- ENGINEERING

2009_20t0

% 5t CIVIL ENGINEERING
2OO9.2OIO

JA\IAHARLAL NETry.g IECIINOLPGICAL I.]IJIVERSITY IITDERABAI)

JAWAHARI-AL NEHRU TECIINOI,OGICAL T]MVERSITY


C
2

III

Year B.Tkrh. C.E. I

-Sem

L 0

TIPID

IIYDMABAD
Itr YearB.Teclr. C.E. tr -Sem

-/3t-

,
l. 2. 3 4. 5.

(ss601) ENGJNEEnING GEOLOGY LAB

L 3

TIPID

-t2-t-

C 4

study of physical @perties andiidentification of minerars referred


under theory. Megascopic and;rnicroscopic description and identification of
rocks referred under theory.

(s6001) DESTGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES.

UNIT

- I.

Megascopic and rnicroscopic identification ofrocks & minerars. Interpretation and drawing of sections for geological maps showing

Materials - Making of iron and steel - types of structural steel - mechanical ploperties of steel - Concepts of plasticity - yielfl Srength. Lo4{s - nn6 combinations local buckling behavior of steel. Conceptof limit State Design

- Limit States - Design


check.

Sm6ngths- deflection limits

- serviceability - stability

tilted beds, faults, uniformities

etc. "

UNIT -

Simple Structural Geology problems.

- II

Bolted connections

LAB EXAMINATION PATTERN:


l. Description and identification of SIX minerals
2. Description and identificationof Six (including igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks)
3. Interprctation of a Geological map along with a geologicar section.

- Riveted connections - IS - 800 - 2007 - specifications Design strength - effrciency ofjoint - prying action. Welded connections Types of welded joints - specifications - deiign requirements.

UMT

- IU
Design procedure splice -

Design of tension members- Design strength lug angle.

4. Simple strike and Dip problems.

UMT I
UNIT

'Design of compress in members


strength design

- IY

Buckling class

slenderness ratio

laced

battened columns

splice

column base - slab

-V
- Plastic

Design of Beamss

Builtup sections

moment - Bending and shear strength / buckling laterally / supported beams.

UNIT UNIT

- VI
Framed

Design of eccentric connections

stiffened / seat connection.

Design of plate girders - elements - economical depth - design of mairt section - connections between web and flange - design of stiffness bearing - intermediate stiffeners - Design of Websplica & Flange splica.

- YII

39

ctvlL

ENGINEERINC 2009-20 lo

JAWAHARLALNEHRUTEcIINoLoGIcAIjUNIV.ERSITY
FIYDERABAD

ItrYearB.rech.c.E.tr-Sem ",
i'!

Tf:

t
i

(56002)'ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

drinking water standards.


: Comparisonfrom quality and quantity and other

and unconfined considerations - intakes - infiltration galleries, confined methods and layouts' requirements . aquifers distribution systems'

UNIT - II Souncns oFWATER

UNIT

III

Layoutandgeneraloutlineofwatertreatmentunits_sedimentation,uniform Jar test setiling velocity- principles - design factors - surface loadlng.clarifrer design optimum dosage of coagulant - coagulation-flocculation
coagulants

feeding arrangements'

'

house.

UNIT. VI
Conservancy and water carriage systems

sewage and storm water

estimation-timeofconcentration_Stormwateloverflowscombinedflow of sewage' - characteristics of sewage - cycles of decay - decomposition

crvtlexamination of sewage
shapes and materials

ENGTNEERING

2009-2010 4

41

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

- B.O.D. - C.O.D. equations. Design of sewers sewer appurtenances, manholes - inverted siphon catch basins - flushing tanks - ejectors, pumps and pumphouses house drainge - components requirements - sanitary fittings-traps - one pipe and two pipe systems of plumbing - Ultimate disposal of sewage - sewage
farming - dilution.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UI\IVERSITY


ITYDERABAI)

III Year B.Tech. C.E. tr -Sem

TIPID

u-l-

C
3

(56003) WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING.II

UNIT _ VI
Layout and general out line of various units in.a waste water treatment plant - primary treatment design of screens - grit chambers - skimming tanks sedimentation tanks - principles and design of biological treatment -

UNIT.I
Storage Works-Reservoirs - Types of reservoirs, selection of site for reservoir' zone.s

of storage of a reservoir, reservoir yield, estimation of capacity of reservoir using mass curve- Reservoir Sedimentation - Life of Reservoir.Types of dams, factors affecting selection of type of dam, factors governing

trickling filters

* standard

and high rate.

selection of site for a dam.

UNIT. VIII
Construction and design of oxidation,ponds - Sludge digestion tanks factors effecting - design of'Digestion tank - Sludge disposal by drying septic tanks working principles and design - soak pits.

UNIT.II
Gravity dams: Forces acting on a gravity dam, causes of failure of a gravity dam, elementary profile and practical profile of a gravity dam, limiting height of a low gravity dam, Facrors of Safety -'stability Analysis, Foundation for a Gravity Dam, drainage and inspection galleries.

TEXT BOOKS:

l. 2. 3.

Water supply and sanitary Engineering by GS. Birdi, Dhanpat Rai & Sons Publishers.

UNIT.III

WaterSupplyEngineering,Vol. l, waste waterEngineering,Vol. II, B.C.Punmia, Ashok Jain &Arun Jain, Laxmi Publications Pvt.Ltd, NewDelhi
Elements of environmental enginee.ring by K.N. Duggal, S. Chand

Earth dams: types of Earth dams, causes of failure of earth dam, criteria for safe design of earth dam, seepage through earth dam-graphical method,
measures for control of seePage.

UNIT.IV
Spillways: types of spillways, Design principles of Ogee spitlways - Spillway gates. Energy Dissiparers and Stilling Basins Significance of.Jump,Height curve and Tail water Rating curve - usBR and Indian types of Stilling
Basins.

Publishers

REFERENCS

l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Water and Waste Water Technology by Mark J Hammar HammarJr.

*O Vfarf. f.

Water and Waste Water Technology by Steel


Water and Waste Water Engineering by Fair Geyer and Okun Waste water treatment- concepts and design approach by G.L. Karia
and R.A. Christian, PHI

UNIT.V
Diversion Head works: Types of Diversion head works- weirs and barrages, layout of diversion head work - components. causes and failure of weirs and Barrages on permeable foundations,-Silt Ejectors and Silt Excluders

Waste water Engineering by Metcalf and Eddy.

UNIT.VI

weirs on Permeable Foundations

Unit operations in Environmental Engineering by R. Elangovan and

M.K.

Saseetharan, New age International.

creep Theories - Bligh's, Lanet and Khosla's theories, Determination of uplift pressure- Various Correction Factors - Design principles of weirs on permeable foundations using creep theories - exit gradient, U/s and D/s Sheet Piles - Launching Apron'

43

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9'2OIO

UNIVERSITY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL ITYDERABAI)

III Year B.Tech. C.E. II -Sem

L 3

TIPID

C
3

tl-l-

(56004) GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING'II

UNIT

Boring soIL EXPLORATION: Need - Methods of soil exploration Sampling methods report' planningof Programme and preparation of soil investigation

-I

and

Penetration Tests

Plate load test

Pressure meter

UNIT

of failures sLoPE STABILITY Infinite and finite earth slopes - types factorofsafetyofinfiniteslopes-stabilityanalysisbySwedisharcmethod,
Taylor's'stability srandard method of slices, Bishop's Simptified method different conditions. Number- Stability of slopes of ea{h dams under

- II

UNIT

earth pressure earth EARTH PRESSURE TI{EORIES: Rankine's theory of

- III

pressuresinlayeredsoils_Coulomb'seartlrpressuretheory-Culmann's
graphical method.

UNIT _ IV

_ of retaining RETAINING WALLS: Types of retaining walls stability drainage against overturning, sliding, bearing capacrty and

walls from backfill

l i

UNIT _ V
sIIALI-owF.OUNDATIONS-BEARINGCAPACITYCRITERIA-TypesBearing Capacity -Terzaghi' choice of foundation-I-ocation of depth- Safe Meyerhbf, SkemPton and IS Methods

UNIT. VI
SHALLOWFOTINDATIONS.SETTLEMENTCRITERIA-Safebearing
pressure based on

N- value

capacity - plate load test -

allowable bearing pressure; safe bearing allowable settlements of structures'

UNIT.VII

capacity of piles based PILE FOUNDATION: Types of piles -L'oad carrying Pile load tests - Load on static pile formulae - Dynamic pile formulae sands and clays - Settlement of pile cauying cupacity of pile groups in

groups.

*,

;"it

:
UNIT - VIII'
WELL FOUNDATIONS: Types

clvtL EN.INEERIN. 2oo9-2olo

44

45

'

clvlL

ENGINEERING 2009-2olo

TECHNOLOGICAL JAWAHARLAL NEIIRU HYDERABAD


Itr Year B-Tech' C'E' tr -Sem

UNIVERSITY

Components - Different shapes of wells Tilts and shifts' Sinking of wells of wells - functions and Design Criteria TEXT BOOKS:

L 4

TTPID C

rt'l'

1. 2. 3. '

by Gopal Ranjan &ASRRao' Basic andApplied Soil Mechanics (2004)' New Age International Pvl Ltd' Engineering -6th - ( 1999) Principles of Foundation

ENGINEERING (s600s) TRANSPORTATTON UNIT r _ rr:-r--.^.,rorrolnnment' tn : Highwav development


PLANNING HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENTAI{D
India

Das,8.M.,

Engineering edition (Indian edition) Thomson and practices of soil mechanics Geotechnical Engineering : Principles VNS Murthy' Taylor & Francis Group' and foundation englne"ttlg Uy
Swami Saran' Oxford and

Plans' Different Road Development Necessity for Highway Planning-

UNIT _

tI

HIGHWAYPLANNING : Classification

of Roads- Road NetwortPatterns

REFERENCES:

Analysis and Design of Substructures IBH Publishing company Pvt Ltd I 998 Manoj Datta:Tat? 2. Geotechnical Engineering by S' K'Gulhati & 2005' New Delhi' Mc.Graw Hilt tullishing company ktigp Prentice Hall' New Jersy

Surveys affecting Alignment- Engineering Highway Alignment- Factors planning Projects initiation need based Drawings una n"po't'' noad

t.

UNIT - III

Imporrarrce of Geomeric HrGHwAy GEOMETTC DESIGN: Sight Distance Cross Section Elementsand Criteriacontrols and

.n--,-^ci^f,\aci.*T)er' Desigrr Destgn

3. 4.

Teng,W.C -Foundation " Analysis and Design Bowles, J-E., ( 1988) Foundation Newyork' McGraw-Hill Publishing company'

Elements- Stopping

4th

O-vertaking Sight Distance Design of Design of Horizontal Alignmenr intermediate Sigftt Oistu-nce-

"-ttt*"t Jgi' ni"on"e'

Edition,

widening- Design of Transition:1t-::'-,"^:t* Super elevation and Extra sections for Vertical curves' Typical cross of Vertical alignment-Gradientsdifferent ryPes of roads'

UNIT

;ofrraffic-volume'speedand Ba^sicParameter TRAFFTCENGINEERING: and Presentatton-s peed Studies- Data Collection Density- Traffic Volunre and Parking hestntation- Parking Studies sudies- Data Coltection and Data Recording - co;oition infrastructural and safety audits'

- Iv

Accident and Preventive measurescharacteristics- Road Accidents-Causes Traffic' Diagram and Collision Dagrams'

IINIT'V

U'ANACTN'I El{ft Roadrraffrcsigrs-Types TRAFFIC REGIJI,ATION'+NO of Road *arkings-Need foi Road Markings-Types and Specificatio* - noua Method' Signals -Webster Method -IRC Markings- Design systems typical architectures' intelli gent transportadon

oi*ttn

crvrl

ENGINEERING

2009-2010 M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
47

2OO9-2OIO

UNIT. VI
INTERSECTION DESIGN: Types of Intersections - Conflicts at
Intersections- Types of At-Grade Intersections- Channelization : Objectives Intersections-Traffic Islands and Design criteria-Types of Grade Separated of Rotary and Design criteria- Impacts of Rotary Intersection - concept Geometrics on intersection with reference safety, Operational capacity'

TECHNOLOGICAL TJNIVERSITY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU I{YDERABAI)

ItrYearB.Tech.C'E'II-Sem

L 4

TIPID

-l-l-

AND (56006) CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY


-Constructlon UNIT-I: Fundamentalsof tion Records Activities - Process - Constru and Regulations' ;;;;;t - Qualitv - satetv s and Earthwork - Piling - Concrete UNIT - II: Construction Method - and Erection' E"*iri"g - Form work- Fabricatior Construction Equipment UNIT - III : Mechanised Construction - Dozers - scrapers - Handling R"ilers
Equipment Equipment - Con"tt" and Clamshalls-

UNIT

INTRODUCTION TO RAILWAY ENGINEERING: Permanent way components - Cross Section of Permanent Way - Functions of various Components like Rails, Sleepers and Ballast -Rail Fastenings - Creep of Rails- Theories related to creep -Ageing of Sleepers- Sleeper density. GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF RAILWAY TRACK; Gradients- Grade Compensation. Cant and Negative Super elevation- Cant Deficiency - Degree
of Curve

- VII

PROJECT MANAGEMENT (OPEN ELECTIVE)

.-,

E.onotit'-'L^;;;;;-

Crossings and Turn outs

*tilitJ'i-"flu"Jfing

nqoiipment

- Cranes Draglines

UNIT

AIRPORT ENGINEERING

- VlI

: Factors

affecting Selection of site for Airport

UNIT - IV sv.t"m, Environment

p,
-

ance and

Safetv- ISO - 9000 Quality

Aircraft Characteristics- Geomeffic Design of Runway- Computation of


Runway length - Correction for runway length - Orientation of Runway Wind Rose Diagram - Runway Lighting system.

UNIT UNIT

Estimation
Process.

Types of : Contract Managlment - Project Estimation - V co.tttu"t io"u;;;t:ci;ttification - Bidding - Procurement

L:*[:lt;;d

et""ni"ur Saretv

TEXT BOOKS:

l. 2.

HighwayEngineering,s.K'Khanna&C.E.G.Justo,Nemchand& Bros., 7th edition (2000). '

- VI : Construction Planningof manPower,Mater

t Planning Techniqups -

FiTl!:

'

Railway Engineering, -A.text book of Transportation Engineering S.P.chadula - S.Chand & Co. Ltd. 2001

source leveling' and Project Closure

3,

Highway Engineering Design.-L.R.Kadiyali and Lal- Khanna

Resolution
sure

Source

Arbitratton

Publications.

'

j;

Documentation'

4. l.

AirportPlanning and Design- S.K.Khanna andArora,Nemchand Bros'


l

TEXT

REFERENCES:
Highway Engineering - S.P.Bindra , Dhanpat Rai & Sons. - 4th Edition(1981) 2. Traffic Engineering & Transportation Planning - Dr.L.R'Kadyali, Khanna publications - 6th Edition,l997.

l. ^' 2.

--,-^- c.,r.r.oiit sernswat / Subir K' Sarkar' Subhajit Saraswati ConstructionTechnology by Oxford UniversitY Press' 2009' - Theoiy and Practice' Nirajjha' construction tt"it"' J;;;;;ment PearsonEducation' 20lO'
ment and Methods bY PeurifacY'
0.

BooK

3. 4. 5.

RailwayEngineering-August-Prabha&Co.' l5thEdition- 1994' Air Transportation Planning & design - virendhra Kumar & Statish
Chandhra- Gal Gotia Publishers 1999 Principles of Traffic Engineering- Galber & Hoel, Cengage Learning'

thPERT and CPM

-B"C

Punmra'

lication'

crvrl-

ENGINEER.TNG

2OO9_201O

4g

49

CIVIL ENCINEERINC

.2OO9 -20 IO

JAWAHARLAL NETIRU TECHNOLOGICAL UMVERSITY IIYDERABAD Itr Year B.Tech. C.E. fI -Sem

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGIC AL I.JI{IVERSITY


ITYDERABAI)
C
4

L 4

TIPID

-t-t-

Itr Year B.Tech. C.E. tr -Sem

L 4

TIPTD C

-ll-

(56007) URBAN DISASTER - INTELLIGENT CONTROLS SYSTEMS (OPEN ELECTTVE)

(56008) INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (OPEN ELECTM)

UNIT UNIT

Disasters : Types of disaster, Significant aspects of disasters, econemic impact of disasters, Risk aspects, Hazards and disasters Urban Disaster and their environmental impacts : floods, fires, droughts, land slides, Congestion pol urban environment policies for remediaf measures. their impact.

-I

UNIT

Introduction to Intellectual property: Introduction, types of intellectual

-I

- II

property, international organizations, agencies and treaties, importance of intellectual propertY rights.

UNIT _ II
Trade Marks : Purpose and function of trade marks, acquisition of trade mark rights, protectable matter, selecting and evaluating trade mark' trade mark registration Processes.

UNIT

Technology to Track urban Disasters : Monitoring profile -cameras, sensors and communication systems Engineering profilei total station, terrestriat scanners, and other survey equipment.

- III

UNIT

Law of copy rights : Fundamental of copy right law, originality of material,

- III

UNIT - IV
Planning Profiie

rights of reproduction, rights to perform the work publicly, copy right ownership issues, copy right regisffation, notice of copy right' international
copy right law.

technology and photographic technique.

- Impact on Urban Disasters:

planning profile

- Gps,

satellite

UNIT _ V
over view.

Information systems : Geography information systems different packages and over view, MIS - Architeiture, web enablei communication ryrt"rn, -

UNIT - IV Law of patents : Foundation of patent laq patent


ownership rights and transfer

searching process'

UNIT

TTNIT

VI
hnology enabled online monitoring system, systems, fore casting approaches thro0gh

Trade Secrets : Trade Secrete law, determination of trade secrete status' liability for misappropriations of trade secrets, protection for submission,
trade secrete Iitigation.

-V

- ^::.,-: .:;.!,Ji.os i>n Clisastcr nritiuatiln mcasures. '-ti!:;-E:L{,;itC;s & TEXf BOOKS: . l, Disasters - Global chailenges and local sorutions by Rajib Shaw. R.R.
DisiLstet.

uNrr

r,ryii

UNIT

- YI
:

Unfair competition

Misappropriation right of publicity, False advertising.

UNIT _ VII
New development of intellectual property: new developments in trade mark law ; copy right law patent law,'intellectual property audits'

2. 3.

Krishna Murthy, University press. l_:".to. Technologies & Date requirement of ITS by Lawerence A.
Klein.

Dlgasjer mitigation - Experiences and reflections AlkaDhameja, Uma Medhuri, pHL

pradeep sahni,

UNIT

International overview on intellectual property, international

- VIII

trade mark

.tl

CIVIL ENGINEF,RING 2Oq9-20 IO

TECHNOLOGICAL JAWAHARLAI, NEIIRU HYDERABAD

I'TNIVERSITY

ItrYearB.Tech.C'E'tr-Sem
LIST.OF EXPERIMENTS

L o

TIPTD

cr

-l3l-

LAB (56600) GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

l.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. g.

Atterberg'sLimits(LL&PL)

replacement method Field density-core cutter and sand

Hydrometer analysis) Grain size analysis (Sieve and and variable head test Permeability of soil' constant ComPaction test CBRTest

Consolidation test Unconfined comPression test Tri-axial ComPression test

10. Direct shear test' 11. Vane shear test


be completed' Note Any eight experiments naY

ctvrl-

ENGTNEERTNC

2009_2010 g

53

CIVIL ENGINEERINC

2OO9-2OIO

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL TAIIVERSITY HYDFRABAD

Itr Year B.Tech. C.E. II -Sem

L o

-t3t-

TIPID

C
2

(56601) ADVANCED ENGLISH COMMUNICATION

Vocabulary Building - synonyms and antonyms, word roots, oneword substitutes, prefixes and suffixes, study of word origin, analogy, idioms and phrases. Reading Comprehension - reading for facts, guessing meanings from context, scanning, skimming, inferring meaning, Critical reading. Writing Skills - structure and presentation of differenttypes of writing

l.

SKILLS LAB
Introduction

Resume writing

e -c

o r re s p o nd enc e/Te chn i c

al

re p o

rt

rit in g/ P o rtfu I in

w r it i n

enable students to use 'good' English and perform the foltowing: . Gather ideas and information, to organise ideas relevantly and

The proposed course should be an integrated theory and lab course to


coherentiy.

. o . . . . . o

Engage in debates.

Participate in group discussions.


Face interviews.

planning for writing - research abilities/data collection/organizing dbta/tools/analy sis - improving one's writing. Group Discussion - dynamics of group discussion, intervention, summarizing, modulation of voice, body language, relevance, fluency and coherence. Presentation Skills - Oral presentations (individual and group) through JAM sessions/seminars and written presentations through posters/ projects/reports/PPTs/e-mails/assignments etc. lnterview Skills - concept and process, pre-interview planning, opening strategies, answering strategies, interview through tele and video-conferencing.

4.

Minimum Requirement:
The English I-anguage Lab shall have two parts: 'fhe Computer aided Language Lab for 60 students with 50 systems, one master console, LAN facility and English language software for self- study by learners. The Communication Skills Lab with movable chairs and audio-visual aids with a P.A System, a T. V., a digital stereo -audio & video systern

Write project/research reports/technical reports. Make oral presentations. Write formal letters. Transfer information from non-verbal to verbal texts and vice vetsa. f[ take part in social and professional communication.

-_

ii)

2. Objectives:

and camcorder etc. System Requirement ( HtrdwariE component):

Computer nefwork with


the

lnn with minimttm 60 multimedia systems

with

3. Syllabus:
The following course content is prescribed for theAdvanced communication Skills I-ab:

D a) b) c) ii) 5.

following specifications : P- IV Processor


Speed-2.8

GIZ

RAM-512MBMinimum HardDisk-80GB
Headphones of High quality

Suggested Software:
The software consisting of the prescribed topics elaborated abovq should be procured and used.

appropriately and relevantly

play in different situations.

using the right body language _ role

crvrL ENGINEERING Suggested Software: . Clarity Pronunciation Power - part II

2009-2010 I

CIVIL ENGINEERING
55

2OO9'20 IO

11. 12.

IELIS by Banon's/DEIJIA/ Books on TOEFUGRE/GMAI/CAT/


International English for Call Centres itt"rnus' tutucmiilan Publishers' 2009'
ca t
I

. . . . .

OfordAdvancedLeamer'sCompass,TsEdition DELIA's key to the Next Generation TOEFLTest: Advanced Skill Practice. Lingua TOEFL CBT Insider, by Dreamtech TOEFL& GRE( KAPLAN,AARCO & BARRONS, USA, Cracking
GREbyCLIFFS)
The following software from 'train2success.com'

CambridgeUniversityPress' r. ,-r a..L^-r.i ' by BarryTomalin and Suhashinl


P a

OF MARKS: DISTRIBUTION AND WEIGHTAGP qI s : c t ic

Positive Thinking,

;; ;"-r;; Ct miuni io n S kit s t'a b r Laboratory the 1. The practical bxaminations for pet English Language prescribed norms th"-uni n"rsity - shall ue. coJ;;; ;; ' practicecore englneering practical sessions' for the lab sessions' there shall be a continuous 2. ""t" i;;25 sessional marks and 5o End
;;?;
Ue awarded by conducting Intelnaf day-to-day work and f O"m-"iftt to shall be conducted by the teacher Lab Test(s). The End n^uminution staff of the same the hed;f another member of the
s.

Oittre

awarded ZS marks, 15 marks shall be

for

;;";il'*ith

department of the same institution'

. 6. l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
10.

English in Mind, Herbert Puchta and Jeff Stranks with Meredith Levy,
Cambridge

Books Recommended:
Technical Communication by Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma, Oxford University Press 2009. Advanced Comrnunication Skills Laboratory Manual by Sudha Rani, D, Pearson Fducation 2011. English I anguage Communication : A Reader cum Lab Manual Dr A Ramakishna Rao, Dr G Natanam & Prof SA Sankaranarayanan, Anuradha Publications, Cheruai, ?008. English Vocabulary in Use'ieries, Cambridge University Press 2008. Management Shapers Series by Universities Press(India)Pvt I.td., Himayatnagar, Hyderabad 2008. Communication Skills by kena Sen, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd., New

Delhi,2009. Handbook for Technical Writing by David AMcMtu'rey & Joanne


Buckely CENGAGE lraming 2008. Job Hunting by Colm Downes, Cambridge Qpiversity Press 2008. Master Public Speaking byAnne Nicholls, JAICO Publishing House,

2M.
English for Technical Communication for Engineering Students, Aysha Vishwamohan, Tata Mc Graw-Hil 2009.
*1

fi
JAWAHARLAL NEIIRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
ITYDERABAD IV Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sern

tl'l

51

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

UNIT
C
4

L 4

:t-t-

TIP4D

Well Construction - Drilling Equipment used for Well Construction log - Interpretation of Log Data.

- VII

Bore

UNIT

(s7001) GROUND WATER DE'ELO*MBNT

UNIT

-I

MANAGEMENT (ELECTTVE-rI)
c

lNo

Saline Water Intrusion in aquifer: Occurrence of saline water intrusions, Ghyben- Herzberg relation, Shape of interface, control of seawater intrusion. Groundwater Basin Management: Concepts of conjunction use, Case
studies.

- VIII

TEXT BOOKS:
cycle, origin ofground al distribution of ground

l.

geologic formation

as

Ground water Hydrology by David Keith Todd, JohnWiley & Son, NewYork. Groundwater by H.M.Raghunath, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
:

UNIT

Ground water Movement: permeability, Darcy's law, storage coefficient. Transmissivity, differentiar equation governing ppound water flow in three dimensions derivation, ground water flow equation in polar coordinate system. Ground water flJw contours ttreir appiications.

iI

Specific yield and Specific retention.

REFERENCES

1.

2.

Groundwater Hydrology by BOWER, JohnWiley & sons. Groundwater System Planning & Managemnet - R.Willes &
W.W. GYeh, Printice Hal l.

Applied Hydrogeology by C.W.Fetta, CBS Publishers & Distributers.

Unsteady flow towards a well Non equilibrium equations - Jocob and chow's simplifications, Iraky aquifeis

UNIT - III a,:T:,".,: - uuputrs o{ aq open UNIT - IV

a
,

well in confrned and unconfined aquifers Assumptions, Formation constants, yield

d well tists

Recuperation Test.

- Theis, sorution - well Interference.

UNIT

Surface and subsurface rnvestigaiion: Surface methods of exproraiion Electrical resistivity and seismic refraction applications along with case Studies in suusurrace InvestigatiJn.

V
methods. subsurface methods _

Geophysical logging and resistivity logging. Aeriar phorogrammetry

UNIT

- VI
ncept of.artificial recharge _ recharge GIS and RemoteSensing inArtificial Case studies.

crvrl

ENGTNEERING

-2009-2010

-59

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

JA\ryAHARLAL IIEHRU TECIINOLOGICAL UIVVERSITY

- IIYDERABAI)

JAWAHARLAL NEIN,U TECHNOLOGICAL UI{IVERSITY


ITYDERABAI)
C
4

IV Year B.Tkrh. C.E. I -Sem

L 4

TIPID
-t-t-

IV Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

L 4

TIPID

-l'l-

C 4

(s7002) ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESTGN (ELECTTVE-rr)

(s7003) ELEMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING

(ELECTIVE.II)

UNIT

Design and Detailing of Cantilever Types Retaining Walls Counterfort Retaining Walls.

-I

UNIT.I

principles of

UNIT UNIT

- II

Design of Circular Rectangular Water Tanks. Design of Bunkers and Silos.

Engineering Seismology: Earthquake phenomenon cause of earthquakesFaults- Plate tectonics- Seismic waves- Terms associated with earthquakesMagnitude/Intensity of an earthquake-scales-Energy released-Earthquake measuring instruments-seismoscope, Seismograph, acceletograph-strong ground motiohs- Seismic zones of India.

- III

UNIT .

II

UNIT _ IV
Designof RCCChimneys

UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT

Design of Concrete Bridges

-V

Theory of Vibrations: Elements of a vibratory system- Degrees of FreedomContinuous system-Lumped mass idealization-Oscillatory motion-Simple Harmonic Motion-Free vibrationof single degreeof freedom (SDOF) systemundamped and damped-critical damping-Logarithmic decrement-Forced vibrations.
IRC Loading

Design of Slab Bridge.

UNIT

- III

- YI

Design of T:Beam Girder Bridge. Design of Steel Bridges

- VII

Loadings

Design of Plate Girder Bridges.

systems.

- VIII

UNIT

Design of Steel Gantry Girders.

TEXTBOOKS:

1. 2.

Advanced Reinforced Concrete Structures by Vargheesh, Pranties Hall of IndiaPvt. Ltd. Reinforced Concrete Structures Vol. 2 by B.C. Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain andArun Kumar Jain, Laxmi, Fublications Pvt. Ltd.,

Introduction to earthquake regular and irregular confi loads-basic load combina analysis-factors in seismic analysis-equivalent lateral force method'

- IV

UNIT

NewDelhi.

Reinforced Concrete Buildings: Principles of earthquake resistant deign of RC members- Structural models for frame buildings- IS code (IS 1893) based

-V

methods

for seismic design- rofitting- Vertical irregularities- Plan

REF'ER.ENCES :

1. 2.

Essentials of Bridge Engineering by D. John Son Victor, Oxford and IBM Publication Co., Pvt. I-td. Reinforced Concrete Design by S.U. Fillai and D" Menon, Tara Mc. Ghrawhil I Publishing Company. Codes : R.elevant IS : Codes.

configuration problems- Determination of design lateral forces- Equivalent lateral force procedure- Lateral distribution ofbase shear.

UNIT

Masonry Buildings: Introduction- Elastic pro Categories of masonry buildings- Behaviour masoffy walls- Behaviour of walls- Box act

- VI

crvrl infill walls' Improving UNIT

ENGTNEERING

2009_20t0 ffi

INEERING 2OO9-2OIO

combinations andpermissible stresses- Seismic designrequirementJ-Laterar load analysis of masonry buildings.

seismic behaviour of masoru.y:buildings- Load

JAWAHARLAL NEHR.U TECHNOLOGICAL TJIIIVERSITY HYDERABAI)


IV Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

- VII

L 4

TIPID

-t-l-

C
4

(57004) WATERSIIED MANAGEMBNT

(ELECTTVE-II)

UNIT.I
UNIT

- VIII

TINTRODUCTION: Concept of watershed development, objectives of watershed development, need for watershed develop{.}ent in,India,
Inte grated and multidisc ip linary ap pro ach for watershed mana ger.rlent.

UNIT.II
CHARACTERISUCS OF WATERSHED
: size, shape; physiography, slope,

climate, drainage, land use, vegetation, geology and soils, hydrology and hydrogeology, socio-economic characteristics, basic data on watersheds.

TEXTBOOKS:
Earthquake Resistant Design of structures _ S. K. Duggal, Oxford

UNIT.ITI
Watershed delineation - Runoff Computations from a watershed - Flood Frequency Analysis - Gumbell, Log Pearson and Weibull lvfiethods of

2 Earthquake Resistant Design of structures _ pankaj Agarwal and Manish Shrikhande, prentice Hall of Indiapvr. Ltd.
REFERENCE BOOKS

University Press

Analysis.

l.

UII[T.IV
PRINCIPLES OFEROSION: Types of erbsion, factors affecting erosion, effects of erosion on land fertility and land capability, estimation of soil loss
due to erosion, Universal sbil loss equation. MEASUR-ES TO CONTROL EROSION: Contour techniques, ploughing,

2. 3. 45. 1.

Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Building _ T. Paulay and M.J.N. priesrly, John Wiley & Sons Masory and rimber structures including earthquake Resistant Design -Anand S.Arya, Nem chand & Bros Earthquake -Resistant Design of Masonry Building _Miha : Tomazevic, Imperial college pr'ess.

furrowing, trenching, bunding, terracing, gully control, rockfill dams,


brushwood dam, Gabion.

C.V.R.Murty

Advanced Reinforced concrete Design p. c varghese. prentice Hall of IndiaPvt. Ltd. Earthquake Tips - Learning Earthquake Design and Construction

UNIT.V
WATER HARVESTING: Rainwater Harvesting, catchment harvesting, harvesting structures, soil moisture conservation, check dams, artificial
recharge, farm ponds, percolation tanks.

REFERENCE CODES:
IS: 1893 (Part-l) -2o02."Citeria for EarrhquakeResisrant- Desigh of structures." B.I.S., New Delhi. 2. rs:4326-r993, " Earthquake Resistant Design and construction of Buiiding", Code of pracrice B.I.S., New Delhi. 3- IS: 13920-1993, i' Ductile detailing of concrete structures subjecred to seismic force" - Guidelines, B.I.S., New Delhi.

UNIT.VI
FOREST AND GRASS LAND MANAGEMENT: Interpretation of Satellite Imageries- Land use and Land Cover. Land capability classification, management of forest, agricultural, grassland and wild land. Reclamation of saline and alkaline soils.
,.ti

ctvtl- ENGINEERING 2009-2010 o

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIA

UNIT.VII
ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT: Role of Ecosystem, crop husbandry, soil
eruichment, inter, mixed and strip cropping, cropping pattern, sustainable agriculture, bio-mass management, dry land agriculture, Silvi pasture, holticulture, social forestry and afforestation.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL I'JNIVERSITY


ITYDERABAI) IV Year B.Tkrh. C.E. I -Sem

L 3
AI\D REMOTE SENSING

TIPID

ll-l-

(57005)'.GIS

UNIT.VIII
Planning
watershed management activities, peoples participation, preparation of action plan, administrative requirements- Reservoir Routing..

of

UNIT

.Introduction to Photogrammetry: Principle and types of aerial photogaphs' for stereoscopy, Map Vs Mosaic, ground control, Parallax measurements height,

-I

TEXT BOOKS:

determinations.

l. 2.

Watershed Management by JVS Murthy, - NewAge International Water Resource Engineerihg by R.Awurbs and Wp James, - prentice Hall Publishers.

UNIT

Publishers.

Remote Sensing

I: Basic concepts and foundation of iemote sensing elements involved in remote sensing, electromagnetic Spectrum' remote

- II

sensing terminologY and units.

REFERENCE:

UNIT - III

1. 2.

Land and Water Management by VVN Murthy, - Kalyani publications.

Irrigation and Water Management by D.K.Majumdar. printice Hall

Remote Sensing - II: Energy resources, energy interactions with earth surface features and atmosphere, resolution, sensors and satellite visual

oflndia.

interpretation techniqires, basic elements, converging evidence' interpretation for terrairt evaluation, spectral properties of water bodies'
introduction to digital data bnalysis

UNIT

Geographic Information system: Intr-oduction, Gls.definition and


terminology, GIS categories, cornponents of of GIS, A 0reoretical frarirework for GIS-

- IV

GI$ fundamental operations

UNIT

Types of data representation: Data collection and input oVerview, data input and output. Keyboard entry and coordinate geometry procedure, manual

-V

digitizing and scanning,Raster GIS, Vector GIS -Fite management, Spatial


-d-ata

- Layer based UNIT _ VI

GIS, Featule based GIS

papplng'
,

..

GIS Spatial Analysis: Cornputational Analysis Methods (CAM)' Visual


Analysis Methods CVAM), Data storage-vector data storage, attribute data storage, overview of the data manipulation and analysis. Integrated analysis ofthe spatial and attribute data.

crvtl-

ENGTNEERING

2OO9-2O\O &

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-20

I,O

UNIT

- VII

water Resources Applications-I: Land use/Land cover in water resources, Surface water mapping and inventory, Rainfall - Runoff reiations and runoff potential indices of watersheds, Flood and Drought impact assessment and

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL T.]NTVERSITY HYDERABAI)


IV Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

L 3

TIPID

C
3

u-l-

monitoring, Watershed.management for sustainable development and


rilatershed characteristics.

(57006) PAVEMENT DESIGN


Factors Affecting Pavement Design- Variables Considered in Pavement

UNIT

- VIII
- II: Reservoir
sedimentation, Fluvial

UNIT - I

Water Resources Applications

Geomorphology, water resources management and monitoring, Ground Water Targeting, Identification of sites for artificial Recharge structdres, Drainage

Morphometry, Inland water quality survey and management, water:depth . estimation and bathymetry.

Design, Types of Pavements, Functions of Individual Layers, Classification of Axle Types of Rigid Chassis and Articulated Commercial Vehicles, Irgal Axle and Gross Weights on Single and Multiple Units, Tire Pressure, Contact Pressure, EAL and ESWL Concepts, Traffic Analysis: AfiT, tr qp1, Lu"O Factor, Growth Factor, Lane, Directional Distributions & Vehicle Damage Factors, Effect of Transient & Moving Loads.

TEXT BOOKS:

l. 2.

Remote Sensing and its applications by LRA Narayana University


Press 1999.

UNIT
Stresses

- II

In Paver-nents: Vehicle-Pavement lnteraction: Transient, Random

Principals of Geo physical Information Systems and RachaelA. Mc Donnell, OxfordPublishers 2004.

peter ABurragh

& Damping Vibrations, Steady State of Vibration, Experiments on Vibration,


Stress Inducing Factors in Flexible and.Rigid pavements

REFERENCES:

UNIT.III
In Flexible Pavements: Visco-Elastic Theory and Assumptions, Layered Systems Concepts, Stress Solutions for One, Two and Three
Stress Layered Systems, Fundamental Design Concepts

1. 2. 3i. 4. 5.

Concepts &Techniques of GIS by C.p.LoAlbert, K.W. yonng, Prentice Hall (India) Publications. Remote Sensing and Geographical Information systems by Reddy JNTU Hyder abad 2U)1, B.S.Publications.

M.Anji

UNIT

- IV

tsung chang, TMH Publicarions & Co., Basics of Remote sensing & GIS by S.Kumar, Laxmi Publications.

GIS by Kang

Stresses

In Rigid Pavements: Westergaard's Theory

and Assumptions,

Stresses due to Curling, Stresses and Deflections due to Loading, Frictional Stresses, Stresses in Dowel Bars & Tie Bars

Fundamental of GIS by Mechanical designs John Wiley & Sons.

UNIT

-V
-

Material Characteristics: CBR


Mineral aggregates

and Modulus of Subgrade Reaction of Soil,

Blending of aggregates, binders, polymer and rubber rnodified bitumen, Resilient, Diametral Resilient and Complex (Dynamic) Moduli of Bituminous Mixes, Permanent Deformation Parameters and other Properties, Effects and Methods of Stabilisation and Use of Geo Synthetics.

UNIT. VI
Design Of Flexible Pavements: Flexible Pavement Design Concepts, .{,sphalt Institute's Methods with HMA iind other Base Combinations,

crvrl
AASHTO,IRCMethods,

ENGTNEERING

2009-201G 6

ENGINEERING 2OO9-20IO

UNIT. VII
Design Of Rigid Pavements: Calibrated Mechanistic Design process, pCA,

JAWAHARLAL I\EHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UI\IVERSITY IIYDER,ABAI)


.[V Year B.Tbch. C.E. I -Sem

AASHTO & IRC Specifications, Introduction to prestressed and


Continuously Reinforced Ceinent Conclete Psvement'Design.

TIPID

u-t-

C 3

(s7007) ESTIMATTNG AND COSTTNG


General items of work in Building - Standard Units Principles of working out quantities foi detailed and abstract estimates -Approximate method of Estimating. Earthwork for roads and canals

TJNIT
designs

- VIN
Pavement design for low volume roads. Rural road

I'NIT - I

Design of Pavement

code ofpractices.

REFERENCES:

l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6

UNIT

Design of Functional Pavemenrs, Nai C. Yang, McGraw Hill publications Concrete Pavemeuts, AF Stock, Elsevier, Applied Science publishers

. Detailed Estimates of Buildings.

- II

UMT

Principles of Pavement Design:, Yoder.J. & Witzorac Mathew, W. John

Earthwork for roads and canals

- III

Wiley & Sons Inc


PavementAnalysis & Design. Yang H. Huang, prentice Hall Inc.
Pavement ahd Surfacings for Highway & Airpors, Micheal Sargious, Applied Science Publishers Limited.

UNIT . IV
Rate Analysis

Working out data for various items of work over head and

contingent charges.

UNIT -V
Reinforcement bar bending and bar requirement schedules.
,

IRC Codes for Flexible and Rigid Pavements design


I

UNIT.VI
Contracts contract.

Types of contracts

Contract Documents

Conditions of

[]NIT

Valuation of buildings.

- VII

UNIT .

VIII
and Costing by B.N. Dutta, UBS publishers, 2000.

Standardspecificationsfordifferentitemsofbuildingconstruction.

TEXT BOOKS
l. Estimating
2.

Estimating and Costing by GS. Birdie


: Standard Schedule ofrates and standard data book by public works department. I. S. 1200 ( Parts I to XXV - 1974l method of measurementof building and Civil Engineering works - B:I.S.) Estimation, Costing and Specifications by M. Chakraborthi; Iaxmi

REFERENCFS

l.

2. 3. 4.

publications.

NationalBuildingCode

ctvll- ENGINEERING 2009-2010


JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL T]NIVERSITY
ITYDERABAD IVYearB.Tech.

6g

CIVIL ENGINEERINC

2OO9-2OIO

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

IIYDERABAI)

C.E.I em

L 4

TtPtD U-t-

C
4

IVYearB.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

L 4

TIPTD

U-l-

C 4

(s7008) WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND

MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE.IID

(57009) FINITE ELEMENT

METHODS (BLECTIVE'IID

-I Introduction: concepts of systems analysis, definition, systems approach


UNIT
to water resources'planning and management, role of optimization models, objective function and constraints, types of optimization techniques.

UNIT

Introduction to Finite Element Method - Basic Equations in Elasticity equation - concept of plane stress - plane strain advantages and disadvantages of FEM.

-I

- II Lirrapogamnugl:FmnulatimlirrcrgogranrningmodelsgaphicalnEftodsinplexnnffnd
UNIT
applicationoflirrarpogrammingin
wafrrcscurcs.

UNIT

- II

Element shapes relations.

nodes

nodal degree of freedom

strain displacement

UNIT
Linear

- III programming

programming, sensitivity and past optimality analysis.

- II: Revised

simplex method, duality in linear

UNIT

Finite ElementAnalysis (FEA) of

- III

- one dimensional

problems

Bar element

UNIT

Dynamic Belman's principles of optirnality fotwmd'and backward recursive dynamic.programming; case of dimensionality,
application of dynamie programming for resource allocation.

- IV programming:
V

Shape functions stiffness matrix

stress

strain

FEA Beam elements

UNIT - IV UNIT

stiffness matrix - shape function

continuous beams'

UNIT

NonJinear optimatizationtechniques: Clerical of method optimization, KuchTucleer, gradential based research techniques for simple unconstfained optimization.

4i

FEA Two dimessional problem


stress

-V

- csT -

LST element - shape function

strain.

UNIT

UNIT UNIT

Simulation: application of simulation techniques in water resources.


Water -resources economics: Principles of Economics analysis, benefit cost analysis- Multi-purpose Projects - CostAllocation among various Projects

- VI

Lagrangian - Serenalipity elements - Hermit polynomials 2 D & 3D - Element -shaPe functions.

- VI

- regular, hregular

- VII

UNIT
Projecr Socio economic intuitional and pricing of

lsoparametric formulation - concepts of, isoparametric elements for 2D anaiysis -formulation of CST element,4 -noded and 8-noded iso-parametric
quadril ateral elements.

- VII

Alternative Single water resources.

Water resources management: Planning of reservoir system, optimal

UNIT _ VIII

UI\IT-VItr

cropping pattern, conjunctive use, of surface and sub-surface water


resources.

operation of single reservoir system, allocation of water resburces, optimal

Solution Techniques: Numerical Integration, Static condensation, assembly and solution techniques for static loads' of

TEXTBOOK:

"1.*"rrr,

TEXT BOOKS:

l. '

1. Wa Mc 2. Wa

Vedula & Mujumdar

Tata

3.

Finite element analysis by S.S. Bhavakatti-New age infernational publishers

Finite element method by logan daryl Finite element method by chandrupatta, belegunda Finite element analysis by p. seshu, TMH

&Lee. Oxford Publishers 2005.

REFEREIT{CES:

.REFERENCE:

1. Optimal design of water distribution networks P.R.Bhave, Narosa Prhliqhino hnrrqe ?OOa

l. 2.

fV Year B.Tech. C.E. I -Sem

CIVIL ENGTNEERTNG

2009_2010

T)

CIVIL ENGINEERINC

2OO9-2OI

JAWAHARLAL IYEIM.U TECIINOLOGICAL TJNTVERSITY IIYDERABAI)

(s7010) DTSASTER MANAGEMENT AND MITIGATION

L 4

TPID

Lt-t-

C
4

(ELECTTvE-rrD

Unit
Emer

-V
ement_ Three Stages

Unit-I

l.

2. 3.

Unit

Unit

-II
al hazards and Disasters

Natural Disaster Reduction & Management a) Provision of Immediate relief ireasures to disaster affected peopre b) Prediction of Hazards & Disasters c) Measures of adjustment to natural hazards

-VI

rds- Planetary Hazar ds/ - Planetary Hazards_

Pi:g:l Y*""eement- An integrated approach for disaster preparedness, mlngatlon dg awareness

Unit -VII

Unit

-III
h i.

Engineering Council National Standards Committee

Unit

-IV

Integrated Planning- Contingency management preparedness _ a) Education on disasters b) Cornmunity involvement c) Jh9 adjgltmgnt of Human population to Natural hazards & disasters Role of Media

soil Erosion:- Mechanics & forms of Soil ErosionFactors & causes of SollErosron- Conservation measures of Soil g.;sioo, Chemical h^r;;iJ

Yg:qWlrNga"ncies
TINICEF,TINEP

tike IINCRD, rDNDR.,

wHo, UNESCO,

crvrl

ENGINEERTNG

2009-2010 n

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-20 IO

A regional survey of Land Subsidence, Coastal Disaster, Cyclonic Disaster & Disaster in Hills with particular reference to India b. Ecological planning for sustainability & sustainable development in India- Sustainable rural development: A Remedy to Disasters -Role of Panchayats in Disaster mitigations c. Environmental policies & programmes in India- Institutions & National Centres for Natural Disaster reduction, Environmental kgislations in India, Awareness, Conservation Movement, Education & training

a.

Unit

-V[I

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL T.DIIVERSITY HYDERABAD


YearB.Tech. C.E.I-Sem

L
4

TIPID

ll-l-

C
4

(s7011) ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING


ion-Bearing capacity of Footings subjected to Eccentric and lilined loading - Meyerhoff 's, Hansen's, Vesic theories - Foundations on
layered soils.

-I

TEXT BOOK:
Disaster Mitigation: ExperiencesAnd Reflections

by Pardeep Sahni

REFERENCES

R.B.Singh (Ed) Environmental Geography, Heritage Publishers

Elastic settlement of Footings embedded in sands and clays of Infinite ickness -Footings on soils of Finite thickness-Schmertamaunn's method,
method.

-II

2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 l0

NewDelhi,t990
Savinder Singh Environmental Geography, Prayag Pustak Bhawan,
1997

UNIT

Pile Foundations
as

Kates,B.I & White, GF The Environment

Hazards, oxford, New

- static and dynamic methods-pile groups-negative skin ftiction-under reamed piles.


UNIT
Settlement of Pile groups resting in sands and clays -laterally loaded pilesultimate capacity of laterally loaded piles.

- III

Yorh

1978

R.B. Singh (Ed) Disaster Managernent, RawatPublication, New Delhi,2000 H.K. Gupta (Ed) Disaster Management, UniversitersPress, India,

- IV -V

N3

UNIT

R.B. Singh, Space Technology for Disaster Mitigation in India (INCED), University of Tokyo, 1994 Dr. Satender , Disaster Management t in ltrills, Concept Publishing Co., NewDelhi,2Q03
A.S. AryaAction PlanFor Earthquake,Disaster, Mitigation in V.K. Sharma (Ed) Disaster Management IlPAPublication New Delhi,

Laterall Earth pressures-Rankine - Coloumb's and graphical methods Stability of cantilever and counterfort retaining walls, Reinforced earth retaining walls.

IINIT - VI

tw

Cantilever sheet piles and anchored bulkheads, Earth pressure diagram Determination of Depth of embedment in sands and clays - Timbering of trenches- Earth pressure diagrams - Forces in struts.

R.K. Bhandani An overview on Natural & Man rnade Disaster


their Reduction, CSIR, New Delhi

&

UNIT

M.C. Gupta Manuals on Natural Disaster management in India, National Centre for Disaster Management, IIPA, New Delhi, 2001

Caissons and well foundations: Types of caissons - well foundations Different shapes of wells - Components of wells - functions and Design Design Criteria - Sinking of wells - lateral stability by Terzaghi's analysis.

- VII

UNIT . VIII
Foundations in Expansive soils

- Problems in Expansive soils - Mechanism of swelling-Swell Pressure and Swelling potential-Heave-foundation practices-Sand cushion-CNS technique - under - reamed pile Foundations
Granular pile.

anchor technique, stabilization of expansive soils.

crvrl

ENGTNEERING

2009-20t0

CIVIL ENGINEERING
74

2OO9.2OI

TEXT BOOKS:

JAWAIIARLAL NEINU TECHNOIOGICAL I.JMVERSITY 'I{TDERABAI)

1 2 3

Das,

B.M.,

- ( I 999) Principles of Foundation Engineering -4'h edition

Ityye"tn:f""h.C.E.I-Sem
$

PWS Publishing, SingaPore.

L o

'TlPlD

'Rl'

C 2

Bowles, J.E., (1988) FoundationAnalysis and Design

- 4'h Edition,

McGraw-Hill International.
Geotechnical Engineering : Principles and practices of soil mechanics and foundation Engineering by VNS Murthy, Taylor & Francis Group

( 57601) CONCRETE AND HIGHWAY MATERIALS LAB I. ROAD AGGREGATES:

rl.
'?,,,

Aggregate Crushing value Aggregate ImPact Test, Specific Gravity and Water Absorption'

REFERENCE BOOKS:

I 2 3

Geotechnical Engineering by c. venkataramah, NewAge International Pvt.Ltd, Publishers (2002).

Analysis and Design oftSubstructures Publishing Company Pvt.Ltd ( 1998).

Swami Saran, Oxford & IBH

3. 4. 5. 6.

Attrition Test
Abrasion Test.
Shape tests

Basics and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao,

II.
i. Z
I.
4.

BITUMINOUS MATERIALS:
Penetration Test.

New Age International Pvt.Ltd, Publ ishers (2002).

DuctilitY Test.
Softening Point Test. Flash and fire Point tests.
CENGNT AI.{D CONCRETES TESTS ONCEMENTS:
:

Itr.

l.

)
J.
4. 5.

Normal Consistency of fineness of,cement' Initial setting time and final setting time of cement' Specific gravity and soundness of cement' Compressive strength of cement. Workability test on concrete by compaction factor, slump and
Vee-bee.

6. 7.
8.

Youngis modulus and compressive strength of concrete'

Bulking of sand.
Non-Destructive testing on concrete (for demonstration)

,-.CryIL..ENGINEERING

Z0.Og_2010

i6
RLAL

CIVIL ENGINEERINC

2OO9.2OIO

JAWAIIAR"LAL I\EIN.U TEEIINOL@IC.AI, UMVERSITY


TTVDER/(EAD

NEHRHffi#rrff

crcAl, uNrvERSrrY

IVYegrtsrTech.C.E.

I-Sem

, L :.i
0

TIPID
-t3t-

c
2

fVYearB.Tech.C.E.II-Sem
(ELECTTVE-rV)

r' ( 57609} EN\{NRONMENTADENGINBER,ING LAB LIST OF EXPERIMENTS


I 2.
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Determinarion of pH and Turbidity Determination of Conductivity and rotal dissorved sorids (organic and Inorganic)

TIPTD

u-t-

C
3

UNIT

-I
fill
material around drains

DeterminarionofAlkalinity/Acidity.
Determination of Chlorides. Determination of iron. Determination of Dissolve{ Oxygen.

,,Dewatering: methods of de-watering- sumps and interceptor ditches- single, multi stage well points - vacuum well points- Horizontal wells-foundation

ins-blanket drains- criteria for selection of


Electro-osmosis.

UNIT
.

Determination of Nitrates. Determination of Optimum dose of coagulant Determination of Chlorine demand

Grouting: Objectives of grouting- grouts and their properties- grouting methods- ascending, descending and stage gouting- hydraulic fracturing in soils and rocks- post grout'test.

-II

10. Determination of total phosphorous. 11. Determinatio.nofB.O.D 12. DeterminationofC.O.D 13. Determination of Optimum coagulant 14. Determination of Chlorine demand. 15. Presumptive coliform test.
NOTE : At least

UNIT
In

- III

- situ densification methods in granular Soils:- Vibration at the ground surface, Impact at the Ground Surface, Vibration at depth, Impact at depth.
dose.

UNIT. IV
I In,

situ densification methods in Cohesive soils:- preloading or dewatering,

1 Vertical drains

Sand Drains, Sand wick geodrains

Stone and lime columns

8 of the above experiments are to be conducted.

I]NIT

thermal methods.

n'Reinforced Earth: Principles Components of reinforced earth factors governing design ofreinforced earth walls - designprinciples ofreinforced 'earth walls.

,.
"

UNIT

- VI

Geosynthetics : Description, properties, functions and applications of

{ geosynthetics
Geoenvironmental application of geosynthetics : Geomembranes for landfi lls
and ponds, Geosynthetic clay liner, Designing with GCL;s, Filration, Erosion

'. UNIT - VII


control, slope protection.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-20 I O

crvrl UNIT

ENGTNEERTNC

2009-2010

78

- VIII

LINWERSITY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL HTDERABAI)

Stabilization: Methods of stabilization-mechanical-cement- lime-bituminouschemical stabilization with calcium chloride, sodium silicate and gypsum.

YearB.Tech.C.E.II-Sem
(5SOO2)

'3

"IIPID

u-l-

C
3

Expansive soils: Problems of expansive soils - tests for identification methods of determination of swell pressure. knprovement of expansive soils - Foundation techniques in expansive soils - under reamed piles.

DESIGN AND DRAWING OF IRRIGATION STRUCTURES

TEXT BOOKS:

(ELECTIVE.IV)
and drawing of the following hydraulic structures'

l. 2. l. 2. 3.

HausmannM.R. (1990), Engineering Principles of Ground Modification, McGraw-Hill International Edition. PurushothamRaj. GroundlmprovementTechniques, Laxmi
Publications, New Delhi

Surplus weir.

REFERENCES:
MoseleyM.P (1993) Ground Improvement, BlackieAcademic and
Xanthakos P.P,Abramson, L.W and Brucwe; D.A(1994) Ground Control and Improvement, John Wiley and Sons,
Professi,onal, Boca Taton, Florida, USA.

SyphonWell DroP Trapezoidal notch fall.


Tank sluice with tower head
1l

Sloping glacis weir. Canal regulator Under Tunnel. Type III SYPhon aqueduct

NewYork,USA.
Robert M. Koerner, Designing with Geosynthetics, Prentice Hall New
Jercy, USA

Examination Pattern:
two parts with two questions in each Question paper is divided into part' Part I The student has to answer ONE question from each A for 45 marks and cover the designs and drawings from Group marks' II should cover only designs from group B carrying 30
duration of examination will be FOUR hours'

for Group ver, the students are supposed to practise the drawings also for internal evaluation.

BOOKS:
Principles and Practice by Challa Publishers' ,;'satyanarayana Murthy, New Age International
Water Resources Engineering

"

" Iirigation engineering


Standard Book House.

and Hydraulic structures

by'SK'Garg'

ctvrl-

ENGTNEERING

2009_2010

&)

8l

CIVIL ENCINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

JAWAHARLAL NEIIRU TECHNOLOGICAL T]NIVERSITY

JAWAHARLAL I\EHRU TECHNOLOGICAL T]NWERSITY


ITYDERABAI) IV Year B.Tech C.E. II -Sem
3

rvyearB.Ttrch.c.E.tr-SemITYDERABAD
- IV)

TIprD C

lNc aivo3nEsrcK^

TIPID

UNI l. 3. 4.
2.

.3

u-t-

C 3

on Systerns

(s8004) PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURS

(ELECTIVE.IV)

UNIT-II

Growth of air Aviation orsanizati

trans

I economY

UNIT

-I
<1

Comfonents

INTRODUCTION: Historic development - General principles of presnessing - Advantages and limitations of presffessed concrete - Materials - High strength concrete and high tensile

pretensioning and post tensioning

steel their characteristics.

UNIT _
dies

II

irport planning n

2. Taxiwayconfigurations UNIT - V 1. Introduction of Airport configurations 2. Analysis of wind


f the TerminalArea

I.S.Codiprovisions, Methods and Systems of Prestressing; Pre-tensioning and post tensioning methods - Analysis of post tensioning - Different systems of prestressing like Hoyer System, Magnel System Freyssinet jl system and Gifford - Udall System.

UNIT

- III
/

LOSSES OF PRESTRESS: Loss of prestress in pre-tensioned and posttensioned members due to various causes like elastic shortage of concrete,
shrinkage ofconcrete, creep of concrete, Relaxation of steel, slip in anchorage

bending of member and frictional

losses.

Control
2. Navigation aids

UNIT

Analysis of sections for flexure; Elastic analysis of concrete beams


prestresse_d

- IV

with straight, concentric, eccentric, bent and parabolic tendons.


]

TEXT BOOK

L 2. 3.

UNIT

Air Traffic Control Air rraffic control facilities

- VIN

UNIT-V
DESIGN OF SECTIONS FOR FLEXURE AND SIIEAR: Allowable stress, Design criteria as per I.S.Code - Elastic design of simple rectangular and Isection for flexure, shear, and principal stresses - design for shear in beams

Air safety & Regulation

issues

REFERENCES
2

I Khanna S K, Arora M G and-Jain S S, Airport planning and Design, Nemchand and Brothers, Roorkee, I 994.
Air Transportation prinning ddesign
Chandhra

I.

Rangwala, Airporr Engineering, Charorar publishing House, 1996,

- Kern - lines, cable profile. UNIT - VI


ANALYSIS OF END BLOCKS: by Guyon's method and Mugnel method, Anchorage zone strusses - Approximate method of design - Anchorage
zone reinforcement
l

Gal Gotia publishers

virendhra i<uru,

illirr,

( t 9-99).

Transfer of prestress pre-tensioned

members.

cIVrL ENGINEERTNG 2009-2010 ..

g2

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OI

UNIT

- VII
- Differ.ntiul ,hrinkug"

Composite section: Introduction - Analysis of stress - General designs considerations.

JAWAHARLAL I\EHRU TECHNOLOGICAL I.JI\IVERSITY IIYDERABAI)


IV Year B.Tectu C.E. II -Sem

UNIT

VIU

L
3

TIPID

DEFLECTIONS OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS : Impbrtance of

u-t-

C
3

control of deflections

factors influencing deflections

deflections of uncracked members prediction of long term deflections.

short.term

(58005) DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (ELECTM - IV)

TEXT BOOKS:

UNIT
Hill
Model

I:
Other Models

L 2. l. 2.

Prestressed Concrete by Krishna Raju; - Tata Mc.Graw

Publications.
Prestressed Concrete by N.Rajasekharan; - Narosa publications.

Data base SystemApplications, data base System VS file System - View of Data - Data Abstraction -Instances and Schemas - data Models - the ER

- Relational Model database Access

Database Languages

- DDL

REFERENCE:
Prestressed Concrete by Ramamrutham; Dhanpatrai Publications. Design of Prestressed concrete structures (Thfud Edition) by T.y. Lin & Ned H.Burns, John Wiley & Sons.

DML

for applications Programs

data base Users and

Administrator

Transaction Management

data base System Structure

Storage Manager

the Query Processor

UNIT

II :

Codes: BIS code on prestressed concrete, IS I 343.

History of Data base Systems. Data base design and ER diagtams - Beyond ER Design Entities, Attributes and Entity sets - Relationships and Relationship sets - Additional features of ER Model - Concept Design with
the ER Model -Conceptual Design for Large enterprises.

UNIT III

Introduction to the Relational Model - Integrity Constraint Over relations Enforcing Integrity constraints - Querying relational data - Logical dfta Introduction to Views Destroying laltering Tables and base Design

rl

Views.

Selection and projection set operations - renaming Joins - Division - Relational calculus Tuple relational Calculus - Domain relational calculus - Expressive Power Relational Algebra

Examples of Algebra overviews

of Algebra and calculus.

UNIT IV

SQL Queries - Introduction to Nested Queries - Correlated Nested Queries Set - Comparison Operators -Aggregative Operators - NULL values - Comparison irsing Null values

Form of Basic SQL Query

- Examples of Basic

Logical connectivity's - AND, OR and NOT - Impact on SQL Constructs Outer Joins - Disallowing NULI values - Comphx Integrity Constraints in SQL Triggers and Active Data bases. ,:.

CIVII,. ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO U

85

CIY.IL, ENGINE,ERING'"2OO9.-2OT

UNIT V

JAJV,.qIIABLAL,N.E-I.RUilE{F.f:iQl,ffi ICALUIUYERSITY

Schema refinement - Problems Caused by redundancy - Decompositions Problem related to decomposition - reasoning about FDS - FIRST, SECOND,

J{.XDEAABAD IV Year8lTlittr- C.E.'u -Sem

THIRD Normal forms - BCNF - I-ossless join Decomposition - Dependency preserving Decomposition - Schema refinement in Data base Design- Multi valued Dependencies FORTH Normal Forrn.

TIPID

C
3

u-t-

UNIT VI

Transaction Concept- Transaction State- Implementation of

Atomiiity

(ss006) REHABI HABILITA ITION AND RETROiI ohrrrxc STRUCTURES UNIT - I Introdubtion - Deterioration of Structures - Distress in
Structtires = Gauses, and Prevention.

or

and

Durability - Concurrgnt - Executions - Serializability- Recoverability Implementation of Isolation - Testing for serializability- Lock -Based Protocols - Timestamp Based Protocols- Validation- Based Protocols Multiple Granularity.

UNIT - II Mechanism of Damage - Types of Damage. UNIT r- III Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement - Causes - Mechanism
and Prevention.

UNIT

VI{:
:

UNIT

Recovery and Atomicity - Log - Based Recovery - Recovery with Concurrent Transactions - Buffer Management - Failure with loss of
nonvolatile storage-Advance Recovery systems- Remote Backup systems.

T]NIT VIII

Inspection and Testing - Symptoms and Diagnosis of Distress - Damage assessment - NDT.

UNIT.- V

- IV Damage of Structures due to Fire Phenomena of Desication.

Fire Rating of Structures

Data on External S.torage

Cluster Indexes, Primary and Secondary Indexes - Index data Structures - Hash Based Indexing - Tree base Indexing - Comparison of File Organizations - Indexes and Performance Tuning- Intuitions for tree Indexes - Indexed Sequential Access Methods (ISAM) - B+ Trees: ADynamic Index Structure.

- File Organization

and Indexing

UNIT - VI Repair of Structure - Common Types of Repairs


Concrete Structures - Repairs in Under Water Structures Shot Create - Underpinning.

= Repair in Guniting -

TEXT BOOKS

1.

UNIT -,YII Strengthening of Structures - Strengthening Methods Retrofitting - Jacketing. UNIT - VIII Health Monitoring of Structures - Use of Sensors Bnilding lns.trurnentation,

Data base Management Systems, Raghurama Krishnan, Johannes


Gehrke, TATAMcGrawHill 3rd Edition Data base System Concepts, Silberschatz, Korth, McGraw hill,

2. l.

TEXT BOOKS:
V

l. 2.

Concrete Repair and Maintenance Illustrated, RS Means Company

edition.

REFERENCES

Data base Systems design, Implementation, and Management, Peter Rob & Carlos Coronel 7th Edition. Fundamentals of Database Systems, Elmasri Navrate Pearson

IncW. H. Ranso, (1981) Building Failures : Diagnosis andAvoidance, EF & N Spon, London, B.A. Richardson, (1991).

REFERENCE

Education
3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Co.ncrete'TechnologybyA.R. Shantakumar, OxfqfdUniversity


press

Introduction to Database Systgms, C.J.Date Pearson Education Oracle for Professionals,T,he X Team,S.Shah and VShah,SPD. Database Systems Using Oracle:A Simplified guide to SQL and PU.
SQL.Shah,PHI.

Defects and Deterioration in Buildingts, E F & N Spon, London Non-Destruiiive Evaluation of Concrete,structures by Bunggy Mainlenance and Repair of Civil Structures, B.L. Gupta andAmit

tl
I

Fundamentals of Database Mdnagemeht Systems,M.L. Gillenson,Wiley Student Ediiion.

Gupta, Standard Publications.

,,

:,

clvllJATryAHARLAL hIEHRU

ENGINEERTNG

2OO9-20t0

g5

87

CTVIL ENdINEERING 2OO9-2OIO

IECINOLOGICAL I.JMVERSITY

time, Projecl CobtAnalysis, Project Crashing. (simpld problems)


C
3

I{YDERABAI)
IV Year B.Tbch" C.E. tr -Sem

Unit I Intrduction to Managemezt: Entrepreneurship and organization - Nature and Importance of Management, Functions of Management, Taylor's
scientific ManagementTheory Fayol's Principles of Management, I_Vlaslow's Theory of Human Needs, Douglas McGregor's Theory X and Theory Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory of Motivation, System.s Approach to \lanagement, Leadership Styles, Social responsibilities :of Manigement.

(58007) MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

L 3

TIPID

Unit VII
Strategic Managemenf: Mission, Goals, Objectives, Policy, Strategy, Programmes, Elements of Corporate Planning Process, Environmental
Implementation, Generic Strategy alternatives.'

-t-t-

Scanning, SWOT Analysis, Steps in Strategy Formulation and

Unit VIII
Contemporary Management Practices: Basic concepts of Just-In-Time (JIT) System, Total Quality Management (TQM), Six sigma and Capability Mgf rity Model (CMM) Levels, Value ChainAnalysis,Enterprise Resource
Planning (ERP), Performance Management, Business Process outsourcing (BPO), Business Process Re=engineering 55 Model, Dertrinq's PDCA, Kaizen,
Poka-Yoke, Muda, Benchmarking, Balanced.Score Card.
'

Unit

II

Designing Organisational &ractures: Departmentation and Decentralisation, Tlpes of Organisation structures - Line organization,
Line and staff organization, functional organization, Commiitee organization, matrix organization,.Virtual Organisation, Cellular Organisation, team structure, boundaryless organization, inverted pyramid structure, lean and flat organizatiori structure and'their merits,
demerits and suitability.

TEXT BOOK:
l. Aryasri: Management Science,TMH, New Delhi, 2009

REFERENCE BOOKS:

Unit

III

2. 3. 4. 5.

l.

Stoner, Management,

Pearson,2009

Kotler Philip & Keller Kevin tr-ane: Marketing Managernent

2N.

PHI,

1l

Operatians Manngement2 Principles and Types of plant LayoutMethods of production (Job, batch and Mass Production), Work Study Basic procedure involved ih tvlethod Study and Work MeasurementStatistical Quality Control: ;g chart, R chart, c chafi, p chart, (simple $opt9gr9), Acceptance Sampling, Deming's contribution ro quality.

Koontz, Weihrich, &Aryasri: Principles of Management,TNH,2oo9.


Thomas N.Duening & John M.Ivancevich Management-Principles an d G uid e Ii nes, Cengage, 2009.

Unit IV

A) Malerials Managemenf: Objectives, Need for lnventory control, EOe,


ABC Analysis, Purchase Procedure, Stores Management and Stores Records - Supply Chain Management B) Marketing: Functions of Marketing, Marketing Mix, Marketing Snategies based on Product Life Cycle., Channels of distribution.

Kanishka Bedi, Production and Operations Management, Oxford University Press, 2009. 6. Memoria & S.V.Ganker,Personnel Management,Himalaya,2O0g ,7. Schermerhorn'. Marutgement,Wlley,2OO9.

8, 9.
10.

Parnell: StategicManagement,Biztantra,2oog. L.S.Srinath: PERT/CPM,AtriliatedEastWestPress,


Science,

2009.

William J. Stevenson & Ceyhun Ozgur: Introduction to Management

Unit V
Human Resources Management (HRM).. Evolution of IIRM, Concepts of HRM, Basic functions of HR Manager: Manpower planning, Recruitment, Selection, Training and Developrnent, Placement, Wage and Salary Administration, Promotion, Transfer, Separation, Performance Appraisal,
Grievance Handling and WelfareAdministration, Job Evaluation and Merit Rating.

TMH,2O07. Pre-requisites: Managerial Economics -,.)

Unit VI
Project Management (PERTICPM): Network Analysis, proglamme
Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), Critical Path Method (CpM), Identifying critical path, Probability of Completing the project within given

Objective: To familiarize with the process of management and to provide basic insights into select contemporary managenlent practices. Codes/Tables : Normal Distribution Function Table need td be permitted ( ; into the examination Hall. Question Faper Pattern: 5 Quesfions to be answered out of 8 questions. f The question paper should contain atleast 2 practicalproblems, one each i l from units -III & VI Each question should not have more than 3 bits. Unit VIII will have on\t s1,161's questions, not essay questions.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

2OO9-2OIO

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECIINOLOGICAL TNIVERSITY HYDERABAI)


IV Year B.Tectr. C.E. II -Sem

L 0

TIPID

C
2

"'l-l-

(53601) INDUSTRIAL TRANING

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL IJIIIVERSITY


ITYDERABAI) IV Year B.Tkrh" C.E. II -Sem

L o

TIPID
-16l-

C
2

(ss602) SEMINAR

JAWAHARLAL I\EHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


ITYDER,ABAD

IV Year B.Tech. C.E. II -Sem

L o

TIPID

c
10

-ll5l-

(ss6o3) PROJECT

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL T]NWERSITY

ITYDMABAI)
IV Year
B.Tkrch" C.E.

II -Sem

L , 0

TIPID

'l'l'

C 2

(ss604) COMPREHENSM

VM