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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD (Established by an Act No.30 of 2008 of A.P. State Legislature) Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085, Andhra Pradesh (India) M.TECH. (INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING) COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS I YEAR I SEMESTER Code Group Subject Water Resources systems planning and management Construction Management I Geotechnics for Infrastructure Computer oriented numerical Methods Elective – I Elective II Lab Infrastructure Lab Seminar Total Credits (6 Theory + 1 Lab.) I YEAR II SEMESTER Code Group Subject Waste Management Systems Finite Element Method Retaining Structures Urban/Regional Transportation Analysis and Planning Methods Elective – III Elective – IV Lab GIS & Remote Sensing Lab Seminar Total Credits (6 Theory + 1 Lab.) II YEAR - I Semester Code Group Subject Comprehensive Viva Project Seminar Project work Total Credits II YEAR - II Semester Code Group Subject Project work and Seminar Total Credits L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 22

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M.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.) R13 Regulations
Elective – I & II 1. Structural Dynamics 2. Optimization Techniques 3. Advanced Concrete Technology 4. Geo Environmental Engineering 5. Advanced Structural Analysis 6. Offshore Geotechnics Elective – III & IV 1. 2 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. GIS Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Structures Principles of Bridge Engineering Integrated Water Resources Management Project Planning and Financial Management Basics of Structural Engineering Engineering of Ground Construction Management II

Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Water Resources System Analysis – Vedula & Mujumdar – Tata Mc. Oxford Publishers 2005.James & Lee. Kuch-Tucker. S. simplex method. limited. . benefit cost analysis. “Engineering Optimization – Theory and Practice” S. 2005. definition. Water Resources Economics .Graw Hill Company Ltd. D. Sharma Kedar Nath Ram Nath & Co.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. 4. UNIT – V Water –resources economics: Principles of Economics analysis. (Infrastructure Engineering) WATER RESOURCES SYSTEM PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT UNIT – I Introduction: Concepts of systems analysis. Revised simplex method. graphical method.M. systems approach to water resources planning and management. case of dimensionality. Rao New Age International (p) Publishers. role of optimization models. application of dynamic programming for resource allocation. UNIT – IV Non-linear optimization techniques: Classical method of optimization. duality in linear programming. types of optimization techniques. socio economic intuitional and pricing of water resources. application of Linear programming in water resources. UNIT – III Dynamic programming: Belman’s of principles of optimality forward and backward recursive dynamic programming. Tech – I year I Sem. gradient based research techniques for simple unconstrained optimization. 2. 3. “Operations Research“ S. REFERENCES: 1. objective function and constraints. UNIT – II Linear programming: Formulation linear programming models.

Role of Government and Construction Agencies. Importance of specifications. Project management through networks (CPM & PERT).III Construction Equipment. 3. Quality Control in Construction. Build operate and transfer contracts – Turn key contracts. Different types of contracts. contracts and specifications: Methods of tendering for projects.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.K. Unit – II Project Scheduling. Payment schedule.M. Planning for Construction projects.Maheshvarma . Construction Disputes and there settlement Reference : 1. (Infrastructure Engineering) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT – I Unit – I Introduction. Design and construct Tenders. Resource allocation and project updating Unit . Time and motion studies Unit – IV Management Information Systems in Construction Industry Human Factors in Construction. Environmental Issues in Construction. Construction Engineering and Management – S. Purifoy Construction Equipment .L. Legal problems. Seetharaman Construction Engineering and Management – V. Arbitration. Tech – I year I Sem. Construction Safety Management.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Project Feasibility Reports. 4. Material Management. 2. Construction Sector in Indian and National Development. Shrivastava Construction Engineering and Management – K. Unit – V Tenders.

design of chimney and pad foundations. Introduction to drilled piers.Das. CENGAGE Learning. jr. Principle of foundation engineering – B. Brooks/Cole. Plate Load Test. anchored sheet pile wall. UNIT – IV Foundations for Transmission Line. 5. design forces. pile group analysis and pile cap. anchor foundations (rock anchors). Taylor and Francis Group. design of foundations for towers and chimneys.. Pile Load Test. UNIT – III Pile Foundations for Railway & Highway Bridges and Port & Harbour Structures: Pile foundations – types. 7. Radar Antenna. Thomson. 9. Foundation Engineering -Varghese. 4. IS: 4091 (1979) .introduction. (Infrastructure Engineering) GEOTECHNICS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE UNIT – I Site Investigation for Infrastructure Projects: methods of site investigation. Pearson Education.loose granular soils. well foundations. Dynamic soil tests and applications – N S V Kameswara Rao.Geotechnical field testing – SPT. UNIT – V Sheet Piles . swell and swell pressure.Bowles. behaviour of pad and chimney foundations. 8. Purushottama Raj. cantilever sheet pile wall. design forces. safe and allowable bearing capacity of shallow foundations.M. Foundation analysis and design – J. Wheeler Publishing. IS: 11233 (1985) . Microwave and TV Tower. soft clays and shrinkable soilsidentification. settlement computation. Tech – I year I Sem. UNIT – II Shallow Foundations for Railway & Highway Bridges and Port & Harbour Structures: types of foundations. 3. Prentice Hall of India.Design and construction of foundations for Radar Antenna. Microwave and TV Tower and Chimneys: Introduction. CRC Press. analysis of raft on pile foundations.Design and construction of foundations for transmission line towers 6. Construction of marine and offshore structures – Ben C Gerwick. References: 1. McGraw Hill Books Company . foundations for towers and chimneys.M. Soil Mechanics and foundation engineering – P. Pile design and construction practice – M J Tomlinson. stability analysis of anchored bulkhead by free earth support and fixed earth support method.E. Expansive and Collapsible Soil: Difficult soils. CPT. position of anchorage.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. axial and lateral capacity of pile. types of soil samples and samplers. 2. design and construction of shallow foundations on rocks. Palladian Publications Limited. View point Publications. caissons. types of sheet pile walls.

Numerical Integration: Method based on interpolation-method based on undetermined coefficient – Gauss – Lagrange interpolation method.R. Numerical Methods for Engineers Stevan C.Integration formulae by interpolating parabolas. Khanna Book publishers New Delhi.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.Richardson’s extrapolation.Jain Willey Eastern Limited.Derivation of Differentiation formulas using Taylor series. Numerical Methods for Engineering Problems by N.JainS.Higher order Interpolation . Taylor’s series method. Krishna Raju and K.Xavier – New Age International Publisher. Numerical Methods For Scientific and Engineering Computations..Boundary value problems.Canal Mc. UNIT IV. Computer based numerical analysis by Dr. Raymond P. Eigen values and eigen vectors: Jacobi method for symmetric matrices.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.Iyengar – R. 6.optimum choice of step length– Partial differentiation. Graw Hill Book Company.Radaua integration method. UNIT III Finite Difference and their Applications: Introduction.Given’s method for symmetric matricesHouseholder’s method for symmetric matrices-Rutishauser method of arbitrary matrices – Power method.K. Columns & rectangular Plates. Publishers. References: 1.K. . M. Tech – I year I Sem. 5. April 2009 ISBN: 0073401064 and ISBN-13:9780073401065 4.Lagrange Interpolation – Interpolating polynomials using finites differences.Boundary conditions.Gerala. Reprint March 2012 ISBN:978-81-224-1174-4.C. Successive over –relaxation method.ISBN:81-224-1461-3 56789101112. Millan Publishers.Shanta Kumar.Hermite Interpolation -piece-wise and spline Interpolation.U. UNIT V Ordinary Differential Equation: Euler’s method – Backward Euler method – Mid point method – single step method.Gauss – Jordan elimination – Triangulation (LU Decomposition) method – Iterative methods Jacobi – Iteration method – Gauss – Siedel iteration. Guass – Elimination method. New Age International (p) Ltd. M. Numerical Differentiation: Difference methods based on undetermined coefficients.K. Reprint 2004.Addission Wasley. M.Differentiation formulas by Interpolating parabolas – Backward and forward and central differences.Chopra. 2. C Language and Numerical methods by C.M. UNIT II: Interpolation: Linear Interpolation .Numerical solution to spatial differential equations – Application to Simply Supported Beams. Muthu.Use of unevenly spaced pivotal points. (Infrastructure Engineering) COMPUTER ORIENTED NUMERICAL METHODS UNIT I: Solutions of linear equations: Direct method – Cramer’s rule. New Delhi 3.Beam deflection – Solution of characteristic value problems.composite integration method – Double integration using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s method – New Marks Method and Application to Beams – Calculations of Slopes & Deflections. Applied Numerical Analysis – Curtis I.

Excitation by rigid base translation .Response to Harmonic.Analysis of Dynamic response – Normal co-ordinates .Analysis of undamped free vibrations of beams in flexure Natural frequencies and mode-shapes of simple beams with different end conditions .Mode superposition procedure. 3. C.Logarithmic decrement .M.Free vibration response .Simple Harmonic motion . UNIT IV Practical Vibration Analysis: Introduction . Delhi.critical damping .Flexural vibrations of beams .Basic procedure. Single Degree of Freedom Systems : Formulation and solution of the equation of motion .Elementary case – Derivation of governing differential equation of motion . New Delhi.Vectorial representation of S.Free vibrations of single degree of freedom system .Formulation of equations of motion by different methods – Direct equilibration using Newton’s law of motion / D’Alembert’s principle.SDOF and MDOF systems – Theory of Response Spectrum Method . .2002. Continuous Systems: Introduction . Periodic. UNIT II Introduction to Structural Dynamics : Fundamental objectives of dynamic analysis -Types of prescribed loading .Methods of discretization .undamped and damped vibrations .analysis for obtaining response of multi storeyed buildings. (Infrastructure Engineering) STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS ELECTIVES – I & II UNIT I: Theory of vibrations: Introduction .Stodola method .M.Evaluation of structural property matrices . Chopra. Dynamics of Structures by Clough & Penzien.Principles of application to continuous beams. 4.Continuous System .S Publishers. New york 2. Principle of virtual work and Hamilton principle.S: 1893 . Pearson Education (Singapore).Degrees of Freedom . “Code of practice for Earthquake resistant design of Structures” .Forced vibration of SDOF systems Harmonic excitation . Dynamics of Structures by Anil K.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.Holzer method .B. References: 1.Lumped mass approach .Formulation of the MDOF equations of motion -Undamped free vibrations Solutions of Eigen value problem for natural frequencies and mode shapes .Lumped mass idealization .H.Uncoupled equations of motion .) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.Analysis of second and higher modes . UNIT V Introduction to Earthquake Analysis: Introduction . Impulsive and general dynamic loadings Duhamel integral. Structural Dynamics by Mario Paz. I. UNIT III Multi Degree of Freedom Systems : Selection of the degrees of Freedom . McGraw Hill.Orthogonal properties of normal modes .Fundamental mode analysis . Tech – I year I Sem.Elements of vibratory system .Oscillatory motion .Vibration Isolation -Dynamic magnification factor – Phase angle.

Optimum Structural Design by U.Powell's method . Academic press.Statement of an Optimization problem .Elementary graph theory .Tech (Infrastructure Engg.Motivation of the Simplex Method .Steepest descent method .Multistage decision processes . 2012 ISBN : 978-0-12381375-6.Indirect search methods .Haftka and Z.Pivotal reduction of a general system of equations . Optimization: Theory and Applications by S.N.Historical developments . New Age International (p) Ltd.Vanderplaats 2007. Optimum Design of Structures by K. Introduction to Optimum Design by J. Optimization by calculus: Introduction .Majid. UNIT V Network Analysis: Introduction .concept of sub-optimization and the principle of optimality .Dichotomous search .Simplex Algorithm .Rao.Unconstrained optimization techniques .example illustrating the Calculus method of solution .Conjugate gradient .Fibonacci method . (Infrastructure Engineering) OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES ELECTIVE– I & II UNIT I Introduction to Optimization: Introduction .M. Tech – I year I Sem.Direct search methods .Simplex method .Additional applications.Gradient of a function .Exhaustive search .Two phases of the simplex method.Applications of linear programming .Extension to multiple equality constraints – Optimization with inequality constraints .grid search method .Unimodal Function . Numerical Optimization Techniques for Engineering Design with applications by G.T. UNIT IV Dynamic Programming: Introduction .Newton's method.Classification of Optimization problems Optimization Techniques.Univariate method .Golden section method Comparison of elimination methods . 2.Gurdal Kluwer academic publishers 4.Unconstrained functions of a single variable .I.Problems involving simple constraints .The generalized Newton-Raphson method. Tata Mc Graw Hill 5.standard form of a linear programming problem .) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. ..Unconstrained functions of several variables – treatment of equality constraints .Interval Halving method .Geometry of linear programming problems .example illustrating the Tabular of solution .computational procedure in dynamic programming .Definitions and theorems Solution of a system of Linear simultaneous equations .Unrestricted search .S.S.Application of Optimization Techniques REFERENCES 1.continuous dynamic programming .Modification of the directional sense of the network.Network capacity problems .conversion of a final value problem into an initial value problem . UNIT II Linear Programming: Introduction . 6. 3.Engineering applications of Optimization .Network variables and problem types Minimum-cost route .Random search methos . Elements of Structural Optimization by R. UNIT III Non-Linear Programming: Introduction .Arora.Kirsch.

Santhakumar. Fibre Reinforced Concrete – Reactive Powder Concrete – Requirements and Guidelines – Advantages and Applications.M. 4. Gel space ratios.Mehta.R.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. UNIT – II Fresh And Hardened Concrete: Fresh Concrete – workability tests on Concrete – Setting Times of Fresh Concrete – Segregation and bleeding. UNIT – V Form work – materials – structural requests – form work systems – connections – specifications – design of form work – shores – removal for forms . 5. 2. Self Compacting Concrete. Tech – I year I Sem. Concrete Technology by M. Chennai. Polymer Concrete. REFERENCES: 1. ELBS publications Oct 1996. Design of Concrete Mixes by N. Maturity concept – Stress strain Behaviour – Creep and Shrinkage – Durability Tests on Concrete – Non Destructive Testing of Concrete.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Galgotia Publications 2000.K. Hardened Concrete : Abrams Law. UNIT – III High Strength Concrete – Microstructure – Manufacturing and Properties – Design of HSC Using Erintroy Shaklok method – Ultra High Strength Concrete. ICI. 3. 6. Oxford University Press Oct 2006. Properties of Concrete by A. Special Structural concretes by Rafat Siddique. High Performance Concrete – Requirements and Properties of High Performance Concrete – Design Considerations UNIT – IV Special Concretes : Self Compacting concrete.Chand & Co 2009. CBS Publications.S.Krishna Raju. Concrete Technology by A. Concrete: Micro Structure by P. (Infrastructure Engineering) ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVE I & II UNIT – I Concrete Making Materials : Cement – Bogus Compounds – Hydration Process – Types of Cement – Aggregates – Gradation Charts – Combined Aggregate – Alakali Silica Reaction – Admixtures – Chemical and Mineral Admixtures.shores – reshoring – failure of form work. Concrete Mix Design: Quality Control – Quality Assurance – Quality Audit .Mix Design Method – BIS Method – DOE Method – Light Weight Concrete. S.Neville. .Shetty. 2000.M.

Inc. 3. J. N. Modeling. .Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering Handbook. . J. H.. various active and passive methods. Unit -V Landfills: Types of landfills. Bioremediation. K.. R. and Inyang. Dekker. and Evans. Text Books: 1. NAPL Unit -IV Remediation Techniques: Objectives of site remediation. Marcel. Mass-transfer process. Tech – I year I Sem. L.Geoenvironmental Engineering Principles and Applications.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Buckingham. C. I. Phillip B. waste management strategies. (Infrastructure Engineering) GEOENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE I & II Unit -I Sources and Site Characterization: Scope of Geoenvironmental Engineering. Site Selection. Various Sources of Contaminations. .Ground Water Contamination Prentice Hall Publications. 2008 2. Waste Containment Liners. New York (2000).Hazardous Waste Management. D.Geoenvironmental Engineering. . John Wiley & Sons (2004) References: 1. R. Phytoremediation. and Characterisation methods. Remediation of NAPL sites. P. 2001 . Characterisation solid wastes. . Environmental Concerns with waste. & Newell C. Need for contaminated site characterization. 2. 4th Edition. Unit -II Solid and Hazardous Waste Management: Classification of waste. Gas collection system. 2001 Reddi. H. Sharma. New York: McGraw-Hill.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Leachate collection system. Bedient. H. Refai. and Reddy. Unit -III Contaminant Transport: Transport process.M. Kluwer Academic. Rowe. LaGrega. Cover system. S. L. M. K. D.

UNIT IV Analysis of plane truss .general procedure . Matrix Analysis of Frames structures by William Weaver J. Matrix Structural Analysis by Kanchi New Age International 4. REFERENCES 1. Transformation of coordinates .) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.statical indeterminacy and kinematical indeterminacy degree of freedom .semi bandwidth . CBS publications.and load vector .for truss element.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.structural behaviour of large frames with and without shear walls approximate methods of analysis of shear walls.computer algorithm for assembly by direct stiffness matrix method. 3. Advanced Structural Analysis by Ashok.local and global coordinates. Structural Analysis by Ghali and Nevel 1997 .M.plane frame including side sway grids.coordinate system .banded matrix .Necessity . UNIT III Analysis of plane truss .Gere.direct stiffness method . Special analysis procedures .mixed force .Meek. UNIT V. New Channel Brothers.continuous beams with and without settlement . 2.plane frame including sides sway.element stiffness matrix .displacement equations . by flexibility methods and gables frames.static condensation and sub structuring . Tech – I year I Sem.Jain.elements flexibility equations . grids and gable frames by stiffness methods. 5. Shear walls.R and James M. UNIT II Assembly of stiffness matrix from element stiffness matrix .continuous beams with and without settlement .K. (Infrastructure Engineering) ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS ELECTIVE I & II UNIT I Introduction to matrix methods of analysis .initial and thermal stresses.structure idealization stiffness and flexibility matrices suitability element stiffness equations . beam element and torsional element. Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis by J.

API (2000) – Recommended Practice for Planning. Gulf Publishing Company. (Infrastructure Engineering) OFFSHORE GEOTECHNICS ELECTIVE I & II UNIT I The nature of Submarine Soils: origin. 2. calcareous sediments. Palladian Publications Limited. breakout forces. inorganic clay deposits. slope stability under gravity forces and wave forces. View point Publications. John Wiley & Sons. Effects of soil instability on piles. Taylor and Francis Group. mechanisms of instability. load capacity of anchors.. temporary support of piled structures. geological features of submarine slides. RP2A. dynamic analysis of pile driving. anchor systems for floating structures. axial deformation analysis. UNIT V Seafloor Stability: causes of seafloor instability. UNIT II Foundations for Offshore Gravity Structures: construction. Port Engineering planning. Designing and Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms – API. Lateral loading. Construction of marine and offshore structures – Ben C Gerwick. Tech – I year I Sem. drilling and sampling procedures. maintenance and security – George P Tsinker. piping and erosion. Pile design and construction practice – M J Tomlinson. prediction of mat footing performance.(2012) References: 1. geophysical survey. Inc. Prediction of individual footing performance. stability analysis. 2. Texas. (2004) . insitu stress state in submarine deposits. CRC Press. UNIT IV Offshore Pile Foundations: types of offshore piles. Poulos (1988). siliceous sediments. UNIT III Foundations for Jack-up Rigs: foundations types and design loads. instrumentation of gravity platforms. construction. Seabed Reconnaissance and Offshore Soil Mechanics (for the installation of petroleum structures) – Pierre LE Tirant (1979).M. seabed anchors. jr.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. axial load capacity. 3. Houston. Text Books: 1. Prentice Hall Inc.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. laboratory testing.G. installation and stability of submarine pipelines.(1987) 4. installation. classification and distribution of marine sediments. deformation analysis based on elastic theory. and dynamic response. Offshore Geotechnical Investigations: phases of the investigation. in-situ testing techniques. Marine Geotechnics – H.

Collection and preservation of disturbed and undisturbed soil samples including advanced bore and identification of relevant tests. 7. 8. DPR preparation for canal construction. DPR preparation for water supply and sewerage system. Compressive Strength of Concrete with Rebound Hammer Test. 3. Any two of the following: DPR preparation for soil investigation for bridge foundation designing. Tech – I year I Sem.M. To find the Bitumen contents and gradation of the mix. DPR preparation for construction of typical highway. (Infrastructure Engineering) INFRASTRUCTURE LAB 1. 4.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. 9. a. Evaluation of Reinforcement using Rebar Locater. Sand & aggregates. Estimation of pollutants using spectrophotometer. Compressive Strength of rock hardness using Rebound Hammer. bricks. Soil. 2. steel Bitumen.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. b. 6. . Compressive Strength of Concrete using Ultra Sonic Pulse Velocity Test. c. concrete. 5. Quality control tests at site for construction materials. d. water.

UNIT . Wastewater Management Methods. Recirculation of Industrial Wastes – Use of Municipal Waste Water in Industries.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Hammer and Mark J. Water and Waste Water technology by Mark J. Recycling. Liquid waste of Industry by Newmerow. 3.II Solid Wastes. Energy from Wastes. UNIT – III Industrial waste water discharges into streams. Incineration. Limitations. Joint treatment of industrial wastes and domestic sewage – consequent problems. Landfilling. Waste Water Treatment by Rao and Dutta. Paper and Pulp industries Tanneries. Combined treatement Industrial and Domestic Wastes – Advantages. Effects and treatment methods. 2. Hammer (Jr) . Lakes and oceans and problems. Collection and Transportation. Composting. Effluent Disposal Methods.M. REFERENCES: 1. Tech – I year II Sem. Land Treatment. UNIT – IV Hazardous Waste Management – types of wastes – Health effects – treatment methods – Disposal. UNIT – V Manufacturing Process and design origin of liquid waste from Textiles. (Infrastructure Engineering) WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS UNIT – I Basic Theories of Industrial Waste water Management – Volume reduction – Strength reduction – Neutralization – Equalization and proportioning. Reuse and Recovery. Waste Disposal Systems.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. and steel plants Characteristics. Common Effluent Treatment Plants – Advantages and Suitability.

strain displacement relationship .axi symmetric modeling .different isoparametric elements for 2D analysis -formulation of 4-noded and 8-noded isoparametric quadrilateral elements . 4.formulation of 4-noded isoperimetric quadrilateral plate element – Shell Element. Principles of Elasticity: Stress equations .shape functions .formulation of axi symmetric elements.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. UNIT V Introduction to non – linear analysis – basic methods – application to Special structures.area and volume coordinates generation of element stiffness and nodal load matrices UNIT III Isoparametric formulation: Concept .shape functions foe ID elements. UNIT IV Introduction to Finite Element Analysis of Plates: basic theory of plate plate bending . 7th Edition. Three dimensional FEM: Different 3-D elements-strain-displacement relationship – formulation of hexahedral and isoparametric solid element. .M.energy principles – discrimination .Cook. (Infrastructure Engineering) FINITE ELEMENT METHODS UNIT I Introduction: Concepts of FEM .convergent and compatibility requirements .Ritz method of functional approximation.Lagrange elements . Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis by Robert D.stress resultants . Two dimensional FEM: Different types of elements for plane stress and plane strain analysis displacement models . REFERENCES: 1. Introduction to Finite element Method by JN Reddy Tata Mcgraw Hill 2005.2007 rd 5. Introduction to Finite element Method by Tirupathi Chandra Patila and Belugunudu Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd .Tata Mcgraw Hill 2005.Mindlin's approximations .merits and demerits . Axi Symmetric Analysis: bodies of revolution . theory and programming by GS Krishna Murthy Tata Mcgraw Hill 2005. 3 Edition S. plane strain and axi-symmetric bodies of revolution with axi-symmetric loading.natural coordinate system .geometric invariance . Finite element analysis.generalized coordinates . Tech – I year II Sem.thin plate theory . UNIT II One dimensional FEM: Stiffness matrix for beam and bar elements . Finite element Methods by OC Zienkiewicz.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.strain displacement relationships in matrix form plane stress. Plesha.steps involved . 6 Edition 3. John Wiley & Sons Singapour th 2. David Malkus and Michael E.serendipity elements.Raleigh .

moment reduction method. Inc. Static and seismic analyses. Hsai-Yang Fang . 1975 nd 3. Text Books: th 1. yielding and settlement of ground surrounding excavation.Cantilever and Anchored (Free and Fixed support methods) sheet pile walls in coarse and fine grained soils.Foundation Analysis & Design 5 Edition McGraw-Hill Companies. UNIT –III Flexible Walls: Sheet pile walls. Soil Nailing. Bowles. (Infrastructure Engineering) RETAINING STRUCTURES UNIT –I Earth Pressure Theories: Rankine’s and Coulomb’s Earth pressure theories for cohesive and cohesionless soils. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Construction methods. Stability of braced cuts. stresses due to compaction and surcharge loads. 2012. Backfill material and drainage. B. Tech – I year II Sem. Proportioning of retaining walls.M. Stability (sliding. 2 edition. bearing capacity & overall) of gravity and cantilever walls. UNIT –IV Reinforced Soil Walls/Mechanically Stabilised Earth: . Donald P Coduto – Foundation Design Principles and Practices. Hans Friedrich Winterkorn. K.Failure mechanisms-bond and rupture failures. .Internal and external stability. overturning. UNIT –V Braced Cuts and Soil Nailing: Lateral earth pressure in braced cuts.Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering Hand Book -Springer (2001) 2.Foundation Engineering Handbook. Das. .Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Analysis methods. Limit equilibrium method. Design of various components.Principles of Foundation Engineering 5 Edition Nelson Engineering (2004) th 2. E. Diaphragm walls – slurry support. Pearson. M. Indian edition. base heave and stability. (1996) Reference: 1. .) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. J. R. UNIT –II Conventional Retaining Wall: Types of retaining walls. . Rowe.

volume. Basic principles of . Time Services Analysis as approach in demand assessment. II. UNIT – III Transportation Demand Forecasting : Travel Demand Scenario . L. UNIT – V INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS:ITS Definition.: John Wiley & Sons. Hinnes. Maximum Pedestrian Volume Warrant. Probability and Statistics in Engineering and Management Science. UNIT– II Statistics and Probability Concepts in Transportations Systems : Statistical Distributions – Binomial. Introduction to ITS applications. W. and Montgomery.Lawrence A. Advanced Public Transportation systems (APTS). New York: F. Poisson. Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI).) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. P. W. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Demand Forecasting Approaches . New York. (1990): 3. headways and accidents . Concept of Blocks. Antiblocks. Gaps and Non-Gaps. Measures to increase Road safety. Advanced Vehicle Control systems (AVCS). Sensor technologies and Data requirements of ITS . fitness tests. C. Electronic Road Pricing (ERP). Benefits of ITS. Underwood’s analysis for Pedestrian Delays. Behavior modeling forms in travel demand estimation. Decision. Advanced Traveler Information systems (ATIS). D. Minimum Pedestrian Volume Warrant. References : 1. Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL). Factor Analysis apparatus.Speed and density . Advanced Traffic Management systems (ATMS). Vol. their apperception to transportation system . Mannering. . user services.P Kilareski . exponential and normal distribution. Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO). (1990): 2. Principles of Highway Engineering & Traffic Analysis. Risk. and Reliability.John Wiley & Sons publications 4. (Infrastructure Engineering) URBAN/REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS AND PLANNING METHODS UNIT– I Traffic studies : Background of traffic studies and surveys . and Kilareski. F. 3rd Edition. Detectors.M. Probability Concepts in Engineering Planning and Design. UNIT – IV Pedestrian Delays And Gaps: Pedestrian Gap acceptance and delays. Road Safety auditing.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.L Mannering &W. probability concepts in transportation studies. W. Klein . Warrants for Pedestrian Crossing Facilities – Minimum Vehicular Volume Warrant. Tech – I year II Sem.

7. watershed management for sustainable development and watershed characteristics. Remote Sensing in Hydrology by E. Surface Water mapping and inventory. Identification of sites for artificial Recharge structures. 2.runoff relations and runoff potential Indices of watersheds. Tech – I year II Sem. stereoscopy. Types of data representation: Data collection and input overview.W. A theoretical framework for GIS. Geographic Information Systems-by David Martin. UNIT IV: GIS Spatial analysis: Computational analysis methods(CAM). water depth estimation and bathymetry. sensors and satellite visual interpretation techniques.Engman and R. components of GIS. GIS definition and terminology. Reservoir sedimentation. resolution.K. introduction to digital data analysis. determinations. References: 1. energy interactions with earth surface features and atmosphere. (Infrastructure Engineering) GIS ELECTIVES – III & IV UNIT I: Introduction to photogrammetry: Principle and types of aerial photographs. Feature based GIS mapping. water resources management and monitoring. Drainage Morphometry. Keyboard entry and coordinate geometry procedure. Map Vs Mosaic. manual digitizing and scanning. 6. Remot Sensing and Image Interpretation by T.T.converging evidence. rainfall. visual Analysis Methods(VAM). Integrated analysis of the spatial and attribute data. Principals and Applications of Photogeology by R.Lilles and R. electromagnetic spectrum.J Curney.Shiv Pandey. Spatial data-Layer based GIS. Inland water quality survey and management. remote sensing terminology and units.W.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.M. fundamental operations of GIS.M. 5. Elements of Photogrammetry by Paul Wolf. ground control. basic elements . GIS categories. data input and output. Ground Water Targetting.elements involved in remote sensing. . Geographical Information Systems –A Management Perspective by Aronoff. Vector GISFile management. 3. Raster GIS. Flood and drought impact assessment and monitoring. Fluvial Geomorphology. Elements of Photogrammetry by K. attribute data storage.Rampal. energy resources. 4. overview of the data manipulation and analysis.Kifer. Data storage-vector data storage. parallax measurements for height. UNIT II: Remote sensing: Basic concepts and foundation of remote sensing. interpretation for terrain evaluation. spectral properties of water bodies. UNIT III: Geographic Information System: Introduction. UNIT V: Remote sensing & GIS Applications: Land use/Land cover in Water resources.

II Conceptual Design .Horizontal and Vertical Load Resisting Systems . Design Earthquake Loads – Basic Load Combinations – Permissible Stresses. Earthquake Resistant Design of structures – S.Design Lateral Force.R. Murty Reference Codes: . Earthquake Tips – Learning Earthquake Design and Construction C. Masory and Timber structures including earthquake Resistant Design –Anand S. Seismic Methods of Analysis – Static Method – Equivalent Lateral Force Method.System and Members for Lateral Loads and High Rise / Tall Structures. Design of Rectangular and Flanged Shear walls.Ductile detailing considerations as per IS 13920.V Ductility Considerations in Earthquake Resistant Design of RC Buildings: Introduction.IV Design of Shear walls: Classification according to Behavior. Duggal.Arya. Nem chand & Bros 5. Oxford University Press 2.Seismic zones of India. accelerographCharacteristics of strong ground motions.I Engineering Seismology: Earthquake phenomenon cause of earthquakes-Faults.J. UNIT . Strength and Stiffness – Ductility – Definition – Ductility Relationships – Choice of construction Materials – Unconfined Concrete & Confined Concrete – Masonry. Derivation of Formula for Moment of Resistance of Rectangular Shear walls – Coupled Shear Walls.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. (Infrastructure Engineering) EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT .Plate tectonicsSeismic waves.N.Terms associated with earthquakes-Magnitude/Intensity of an earthquake-scalesEnergy released-Earthquake measuring instruments-Seismoscope. Steel Structures. Loads in Shear walls.V. RC Buildings – IS Code based Method. Behavior of beams.Non Structural Elements – Failure Mechanism of Nonstructural Elements – Effects of Nonstructural Elements on Structural System – Analysis – Prevention of Damage to Nonstructural Elements – Isolation of Non-Structures.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Introduction-Functional planningContinuous load path-Overall form-simplicity and symmetry-elongated shapes-stiffness and strength Seismic design requirements-regular and irregular configurations-basic assumptions. 6. Tech – I year II Sem.Vertical Irregularities – Mass Irregularity Torsional Irregularity Plan Configuration Problem . Earthquake Resistant Design of structures – Pankaj Agarwal and Manish Shrikhande. Capacity Based Design: Introduction to Capacity Design. UNIT . John Wiley & Sons 4.Assessment of Ductility. K.M.Requirements for Ductility. Imperial college Press. Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Building – T. Base Shear Evaluation – Lateral Distribution of Base Shear – Structural Walls Strategies and the Location of Structural Walls – Sectional Shapes – Behaviour of Unreinforced and Reinforced Masonry Walls – Behaviour of Walls Box Action and Bands – Behaviour of infill Walls .Impact of Ductility.Factors affecting Ductility. Capacity Design for Beams and ColumnsCase studies. REFERENCES : 1. Twisting of Buildings – Flexible Building and Rigid Building Systems. columns and joints in RC buildings during earthquakes-Vulnerability of open ground storey and short columns during earthquakeSeismic Evaluation and Retrofitting. Paulay and M. Seismograph. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. UNIT . Ltd.. Earthquake –Resistant Design of Masonry Building –Miha Tomazevic. UNIT . 3. Dynamic Analysis – Response Spectrum Method – Modal Analysis Torsion. Priestly.III Introduction to Earthquake Resistant Design – Seismic Design Requirements and Methods.

3. Code of Practice B.” B. IS:13920-1993.S.. “ Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Building”.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. B. IS: 1893 (Part-1) -2002.I.S. “Criteria for Earthquake Resistant – Design of structures.I. New Delhi.) R13 Regulations 1.S.I. . New Delhi.. New Delhi.. 2. IS:4326-1993. “ Ductile detailing of concrete structures subjected to seismic force” – Guidelines.M.

M. (1991). Santakumar. RS Means Company Inc W. 5. Mechanism of Damage – Types of Damage.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Strengthening of Structures – Strengthening Methods – Retrofitting – Jacketing. London Non-Destructive Evaluation of Concrete Structures by Bungey . Concrete Repair and Maintenance Illustrated. Damage of Structures due to Fire – Fire Rating of Structures – Phenomena of Desiccation. Tech – I year II Sem. Oxford University press Defects and Deterioration in Buildingts. Ranso. A. UNIT – IV Repair of Structure – Common Types of Repairs – Repair in Concrete Structures – Repairs in Under Water Structures – Guniting – Shot Create – Underpinning. Concrete Technology by A. (1981) 6. 4. Richardson. UNIT – V Health Monitoring of Structures – Use of Sensors – Building Instrumentation.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. E F & N Spon. . Standard Publications. 2.L. UNIT – II Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement – Causes – Mechanism and Prevention. REFERENCES 1. B.Surrey University Press Maintenance and Repair of Civil Structures. Gupta and Amit Gupta. B. Building Failures : Diagnosis and Avoidance. UNIT – III Inspection and Testing – Symptoms and Diagnosis of Distress .Damage assessment – NDT. H. 3.R. EF & N Spon. London. (Infrastructure Engineering) REHABILITATION AND RETROFITING OF STRUCTURES ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT – I Introduction – Deterioration of Structures – Distress in Structures – Causes and Prevention.

M.Ratwani.Beds block-Piers. Bridge Deck Behaviour by E.Abutments.Finite strip method and FEM.K. Concrete Bridges: Introduction-Types of Bridges-Economic span length-Types of loading-Dead loadlive load-Impact Effect-Centrifugal force-wind loads-Lateral loads-Longitudinal forces-Seismic loads Discussion of IRC Loadings .G. Tech – I year II Sem. References 1. Analysis of Bridge Decks: Harmonic analysis and folded plate theory-Grillage analogy. Khanna Publications 2004 2. Design of Concrete Bridges by M. Pre-Stressed Concrete Bridges: Basic principles-General Design requirements-Mild steel reinforcement in prestessed concrete member-Concrete cover and spacing of pre-stressing steelSlender beams-Composite Section-Propped-Design of Propped Composite Section-Unproped composite section-Two-stage Prestressing-Shrinking stresses-General Design requirements for Road Bridges – Design of Beams and Expansion Joints.N. Solid slab Bridges: Introduction-Method of Analysis and Design. 3.Hambly. Concrete Bridge Design and Practice by V.Design loads for piers. Sub-srtucture of bridges: Substructure.Vazirani and M.Frictional resistance of expansion bearings-Secondary StressesTemperature Effect-Erection Forces and effects-Width of roadway and footway-General Design Requirements – UNIT II.Raina Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing co 4. UNIT III Girder Bridges: Introduction-Method of Analysis and Design-Courbon's Theory.Design loads for Abutments. V.M. UNIT V.C. Grillage analogy UNIT IV. (Infrastructure Engineering) PRINCIPLES OF BRIDGE ENGINEERING ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT I.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.Pier Dimensions. Bridge Engineering by Ponnusamy Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing co .Tech (Infrastructure Engg.Aswani.

2. Applied Hydrogeology by C.Yeh. John Wiley & Son. Wiley Eastern Ltd.Fetta. approaches to iwrm. Hydrology by Madan mohan das & Mimi Das Saikia PHI Learning Private Limited 5. Case studies for IWRM. John Wiley & sons. Groundwater basin management. Printice Hall. Assumptions. . 6. New York.M.Raghunath. Tech – I year II Sem.Willes & W. TMH Publishing Company limited. Leak aquifers. CBS Publishers & Distributers. rainfall-runoff models. 3. Groundwater Syatem Planning & Managemnet – R.M.W. 4. UNIT – II Surface water: River engineering and river training works – Hydrologic routing – Hydraulic routing – Hydrology of basin management. UNIT – IV Groundwater: Unsteady flow towards a well – Non equilibrium equations – Thesis solution – Jocob and Chow’s simplifications. Ground water Hydrology by David Keith Todd. Surface water: Evapotranspiration – Runoff – Hydrographs – Methods of discharge measurement – Estimation of flood – Flood disaster mitigation measures and damage estimation.Tech (Infrastructure Engg.W. Groundwater by Bawvwr. Formation constants. Subramanya. (Infrastructure Engineering) INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT – I Introduction : Definition. components.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. UNIT – V Conjunctive use: Concepts of conjunctive use Models. yield of an open well interface and well tests. Groundwater by H. REFERENCES : 1. Engineering Hydrology by K. importance. 7.G. concepts of IWRM. UNIT – III Ground water: Steady groundwater flow towards a well in confined and unconfined aquifers – Dupit’s and Theism’s equations.

W. Cost control. (2001): Engineering Economy . Thuessen. D. London : Blackwell. Budgeting and budgetary control. J.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. 3. UNIT -III Design cost estimating. G. Peurifoy. L. J.M. Risk and contingency in estimates. R. and Tarquin. A. Blank. (1996): Investment Valuation: Tools and Techniques for Determining the Value of Any Assets : University Edition. (2001): Modern Construction Management . 6. inflation on project feasibility. John Wiley & Sons . 4. Harris. New York : McGraw Hill. New York : McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall Halpin. and Oberlender. and McCaffer. and Fabrycky. References: 1. Tech – I year II Sem. (1985): Financial and Cost Concepts for Construction . (2000): Engineering Economy . 2. Inc. D. G. A. F. UNIT -IV Financial management for projects. 5th Edition. 5th Edition. R. (Infrastructure Engineering) PROJECT PLANNING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT -I Project feasibility assessment UNIT -II Effects of depreciation.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. UNIT -V Bidding and pricing. 5. W. Construction cost estimates. 5th Edition. taxation. L. John Wiley and Sons. Damordaran.. (2002): Estimating Construction Costs .

Jain. slabs and Footings UNIT III: Limit state of Serviceability: Deflections – Limiting values – Short term and long term deflections – Effective and cracked moment of inertia – Effect of compression reinforcement on deflections. Design of Steel Structures. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete by S. Ed.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Limit State Design by Ashok.M. Structural Engineer’s Hand Book by Merrit 10. Behavior and Design in Flexure. UNIT V: Design and Detailing of Roof trusses. Limit state of cracking. 5. 6. I and II by Baker 11. Compression members. Unnikrishna Pillai & Devdas Menon. Continuous beams. Slab base. Steel Designer’s manual.L. compression members. Reinforced Concrete Design by S. Design of steel structures by Vazirani and Ratwani 12.Shah.Dayaratnam 8. 3. P. Design of Steel Structures by N. UNIT IV: Steel Structures : Design of Tension members.Karve and V. working stress method and Limit state method. 2. Shear and Torsion of RCC members UNIT II: Design and Detailing of Beams. Design of Steel Structures by Ramachandra. Steel Skeleton Vol.K. 4. gusset base. Tech – I year II Sem. Introduction. Code recommendations for Limit state Design.Granada 7.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. References 1.R. (Infrastructure Engineering) BASICS OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT I: Basic Design Concepts : Introduction. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete by Varghese. 13. stress – strain curve for concrete – stress block. New Chand Pub. Prentice Hall Publications. Limit State Design by Ferguson.Subramanian . foundation.

Koerner. Hydraulic. Mechanical. Identification of soil types. Shotcreting and Guniting Technology. (Infrastructure Engineering) ENGINEERING OF GROUND ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT -I Introduction to Engineering Ground Modification: Need and objectives. and their applications. K. R.Soil reinforcement. Electro-osmosis.Ground Improvement by Deep Vibratory Methods. 2nd edition. P. Tech – I year II Sem. Thermal methods. Physicochemical. Krisch (2006) – Ground Improvement. Text Books 1. traditional dewatering methods and their choice. Jet grouting.Blasting Vibrocompaction. Electrical. McGraw Hill publications 2. M. New Jersey 2. Dynamic Tamping and Compaction piles. Krisch (2010) . reinforcement with strip. (1985) – Earth Reinforcement and soil structures – Butterworths. Thermal Modification.Ground Control and Improvement. Moseley and K. Xianthakos. ground anchors. Donald P Coduto – Foundation Design Principles and Practices. 1994. Spon Press. John Wiley & Sons. Drainage and Seepage control with Geosynthetics. Pearson. Design of dewatering system. Abreimson and Bruce . R. Ground freezing. In-situ ground reinforcement. P. and grid reinforced soil. UNIT -III Hydraulic Modification – Objectives and techniques. Indian edition. Filtration.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. 2012. II Edition. Crack Grouting and compaction grouting. UNIT -IV Physical and Chemical Modification – Modification by admixtures. M. 4. Jones C. rock bolting and soil nailing. (1990) – Engineering Principles of Ground Modifications.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Preloading and vertical drains. . J. Modification at depth by grouting. M (1994) – Designing with Geosynthetics – Prentice Hall. London. Electro-kinetic dewatering. 3.M. In situ and laboratory tests to characterise problematic soils. UNIT -V Modification by Inclusions and Confinement . F. Hausmann. Krisch & F. Taylor and Francis References: 1. UNIT -II Mechanical Modification – Deep Compaction Techniques. Taylor and Francis 5.

Salary Structures .: Prentice-Hall 4. Shamil (2001): People and Organizational Management in Construction. Richard L. Formulation and Implementation . 3.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. 1 Edition. (2003): The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the HighPerformance Organization . Recruitment and Training of Construction Mangers UNIT –IV Economics of Project Management UNIT -V Cost Control in Construction References: st 1.J. London : Blackwell. Tech – I year II Sem.I Organizational Development Strategy for Construction Organizations Strategy Planning.Organizational Structures for construction firms and projects . Douglas K. N.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. (2001): Modern Construction Management . (2006): The New Era of Management.III Team and Leadership Development for Construction Project Management Dynamics of Behaviour in Construction Organizations .Human Resources Development .Project Management Maturity Integrating Project Management in other management systems in ProjectBased Organizations . Essex : Longman Scientific & Technical. Coulter. Carleton (1989): The complete standard handbook of construction personnel management . (Infrastructure Engineering) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT – II ELECTIVE III & IV UNIT . . 5. Katzenbach. Naoum. London : Thomas Telford.Managing a Joint-Venture Project. and McCaffer. New York : HarperBusiness Essentials. Daft. 2. Harris. Thomson Publiser.Leadership Development . Jon R and Smith. 5th Edition.Motivating Construction Team . Englewood Cliffs. Harlow.M. 6. International Edition . R. F.Appraisal System UNIT .Organizational culture in construction organizations UNIT -II Human Resources for Construction Organizations Human Resources planning . Langford Dave (1995): Human resources management in construction .

STAAD PRO. Simple tower Analysis and Design & Transportation . Digitization of Map/Toposheet 2. 3. Developing Digital Elevation model 5. etc EXCERCISES: 1.Tech (Infrastructure Engg. Total Station. 3-D Frame Analysis and Design 9.) R13 Regulations JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. STRAP.M. . ETABS. Arc GIS. Creation of thematic maps. Tech – I year II Sem. Simple applications of GIS in water Resources Engineering Engineering. ERDAS. Retaining Wall Analysis and Design 10. GPS. Study of features estimation 4. (Infrastructure Engineering) GIS & REMOTE SENSING LAB SOFTWARES : 1. 6. Steel Tabular Trass Analysis and Design 8. PLAXIS. Mapinfo. 2-D Frame Analysis and Design 7.