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pure bending of curved bars .homogeneous deformation . Redistribution of moments. Elastic Buckling of bars and frames: Elastic Buckling of straight columns – Effect of shear stress on buckling – Eccentrically and laterally loaded columns.suitability element stiffness equations .components of stresses .principle of super position . Design of singly Reinforced rectangular sections.statically indeterminacy and kinematics indeterminacy .general procedure .beam columns with concentrated loads – continuous lateral loads-couples.Buckling of bars with change in cross-section – Effect of shear force on critical load.stress function boundary condition.components of strain Hooks law.principal stress . .uniqueness of solution the reciprocal stiffness method .for truss element.coordinate system . Plane stress and plane strain analysis .simple symmetric and asymmetric problems . Torsion of Prismatic Bars .stress ellipsoid director surface . Design of flanged bean sections.displacements for symmetrical stress distributions .boundary conditions . Assembly of stiffness matrix from element stiffness matrix . Two dimensional problems in polar coordinates .differential equations of equilibrium . Shear walls.strain components in polar coordinates . Yield line analysis for slabs: Upper bound and lower bound theorems – yield line criterion – Virtual work and equilibrium methods of analysis – For square and circular slabs with simple and continuous end conditions. beam element and tensional element. Design of Doubly Reinforced rectangular sections.conditions of compatibility . Design for shear Limit Analysis of R.and load vector .structural behaviour of large frames with and without shear walls approximate methods of analysis of shear walls.element stiffness matrix .max shear stresses . Two dimensional problems in rectangular coordinates .torsion of prismatic bars .local and global coordinates.Structures: Rotation of a plastic hinge. RCC Structures : Behavior in flexure.C.solution by polynomials .Buckle line of bar with intermediate compressive forces .mixed force .plane stress .computer algorithm for assembly by direct stiffness matrix method.elements flexibility equations .Buckling of frames-large deflections of buckled bars-Energy methods. I.semi bandwidth .bending of simple beams -.S.Saint.principal axes of strain rotation.TECH STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION Elasticity . Transformation of coordinates .notation for forces and stress .bars with elliptical cross sections .bank matrix .Buckling of bars on elastic foundations. General Theorems: Differential equations of equilibrium . Beam Columns: Differential equations for beam columns.equations of equilibrium in terms of displacements .Necessity .stress distribution symmetrical about an axis .membrane analogy .beam columns with built in ends – continuous beams with axial load – application of trigonometrically series – Effects of initial curvature on deflections – Determination of allowable stresses.determination of displacement .general solution of twodimensional problem in polar coordinates – Analysis of stress and strain in three dimensions . applications for fixed and continuous beam.determination of displacements .displacement equations .built up columns.torsion of rectangular bars Structural Analysis Introduction to matrix methods of analysis .degree of freedom .compatibility equations .plane strain .other elementary solution .Venants principle .12 PAPER-II : CIVIL ENGINEERING : (iii) STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING SYLLABUS FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF ASSISTANT RESEARCH OFFICER WITH M.determination of principal stresses . moment rotation characteristics of RC member. code provisions.structure idealization stiffness and flexibility matrices .

Allowable stresses – Elastic design of simple beams having rectangular and I-section for flexure – kern lines – cable profile and cable layout.Harmonic excitation -Dynamic magnification factor – Phase angle – Bandwidth Introduction to Structural Dynamics : Fundamental objectives of dynamic analysis -Types of prescribed loading . accelerograph-Characteristics of strong ground motions.Response to Harmonic. shrinkage and thermal cracking. Magnel Blaton system – Lee-Mc call system.Excitation by rigid base translation Lumped mass approach . Design of bracings.Terms associated with earthquakes-Magnitude/Intensity of an earthquake-scales-Energy released-Earthquake measuring instruments-Seismoscope. Impulsive and general dynamic loadings .Simple Harmonic motion Vectorial representation of S.Lumped mass idealization .13 Steps of Designing Deep Beams.Degrees of Freedom Continuous System . creep of concrete.Methods of discretization . Steel Structure Dead loads. Theory of vibrations: Introduction .Seismic zones of India.Seismic waves. Freyssinet system. design of knee braced trusses and stanchions. Gable frames.Oscillatory motion . Design of Sections for Shear : Shear and Principal stresses – Improving shear resistance by different prestressing techniques – horizontal. Engineering Seismology: Earthquake phenomenon cause of earthquakes-Faults. Transfer of Prestress in Pretensioned Members : Transmission of prestressing force by bond – Transmission length – Flexural bond stresses – IS code provisions – Anchorage zone stresses in post tensioned members – stress distribution in End block – Analysis by approximate. wind pressure on roofs.Forced vibration of SDOF systems . eccentric.Formulation of equations of motion by different methods – Direct equilibration using Newton’s law of motion / D’Alembert’s principle. Introduction to Earthquake Analysis: Introduction . Design by IS 456.H. applications to the cases of rectangular portal frames. Losses of Prestress: Loss of prestress in pre-tensioned and posttensioned members due to various causes like elastic shortening of concrete.I. relaxation of steel. Periodic. Checking for Local Failures Flat slabs: Direct design method – Distribution of moments in column strips and middle stripmoment and shear transfer from slabs to columns – Shear in Flat slabs-Check for one way and two way shearsDeflections of Reinforced concrete beams and slabs short term deflections and long term deflection estimation of crack width in RCC members.Free vibrations of single degree of freedom system undamped and damped vibrations . concentric. tubular truss.Duhamel integral. Principle of virtual work and Hamilton principle. sloping and vertical prestressing – Analysis of rectangular and I–beam – Design of shear reinforcement – Indian code provisions.M. Single Degree of Freedom Systems : Formulation and solution of the equation of motion Free vibration response . . Code methods of analysis for obtaining response of multi storeyed buildings. Seismograph.critical damping . bent and parabolic tendons – Different methods and systems of prestressing like Hoyer system. Prestressing by straight. calculation of crack widths. bending of member and frictional loss – Analysis of sections for flexure.Logarithmic decrement . live loads and wind loads on roofs.SDOF and MDOF systems . S. wind effect on cladding and louvers. Conceptual design: Introduction-Functional planning-Continuous load path-Overall formsimplicity and symmetry-elongated shapes-stiffness and strength-Horizontal and Vertical members-Twisting of buildings-Ductility-definition-ductility relationships-flexible buildings- . shrinkage of concrete.Elements of vibratory system .Plate tectonics. Guyon and Magnel methods – Anchorage zone reinforcement. PLASTIC DESIGN Introduction: fundamentals static method of analysis and mechanism method of analysis. Design of angular roof truss. slip in anchorage. Design wind speed and pressure.

Lateral load resisting systems. Introduction to earthquake resistant design: Seismic design requirements-regular and irregular configurations-basic assumptions-design earthquake loadsbasic load combinations-permissible stresses-seismic methods of analysis-factors in seismic analysis-equivalent lateral force method-dynamic analysis-response spectrum method-Time history method Reinforced Concrete Buildings: Principles of earthquake resistant deign of RC membersStructural models for frame buildings. Experimental Stress Analysis Strain Measurement using Strain Gauges: Definition of strain and its relation to Experimental Determinations.Seismic design requirements.Behaviour of infill walls. Introduction: Requirements of new structural materials. Types of strain gauges.Improving seismic behaviour of masonry buildings.14 framing systems-choice of construction materials-unconfined concrete-confined concretemasonry-reinforcing steel. Self compacting concrete – definition – requirement – manufacturing considerations – tests of fresh and hardened concrete – EFNARC guide lines – design of mix proportions – advantages and applications.Lateral load analysis of masonry buildings.Behaviour of wallsBox action and bands. Polymers in concrete – different types – proportioning polymer concrete – tests on polymer concrete – High performance concrete – requirements and characteristics factors controlling performance and mechanism affecting performance – mix design methods Form work – materials – structural requests – form work systems – connections – specifications – design of form work – shores – removal for forms and shores – reshoring – failure of form work. Concrete mix design-BIS method – ACI method – DOE method – Light weight aggregate concrete. Materials for adhesion base. etc. Nature of structural materials. Masonry Buildings: Introduction.Determination of design lateral forces.Categories of masonry buildings.Vertical irregularities.Homogeneous materials.Introduction.Seismic deign methods.Seismic evaluation and retrofitting.Behaviour of unreinforced and reinforced masonry walls.Equivalent lateral force procedure.Load combinations and permissible stresses. properties of strain-gauge systems.Plan configuration problems.Seismic methods of analysis.Elastic properties of masonry assemblage. Electrical Strain Gauges. influence of nature of materials in structural form.IS code based methods for seismic design.resistance strain gauge various types .Lateral distribution of base shear. composite materials . Concrete Technology High strength concrete – Micro structure – Manufacturing considerations – selection of mix proportions – Design of high strength concrete by Erintroy method –properties of high strength concrete – advantages and applications – ultra high strength concrete. Mechanical and Optical strain gauges. LVDT .gauge factor.