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GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous

)
Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India.
M. Tech (Structural Engg.) - GR14 Regulations
M. Tech – I Year – I Sem. (Structural Engg.)
Prerequisites:
 Knowledge of Engineering mathematics
 Fundamentals of FEM
Course Objectives:


To impart in-depth knowledge of various mathematical tools applied to diversified
problems in structural engineering
To apply the knowledge of engineering mathematics to structural engineering problems

Course Outcomes:

Students should be able to

Identify mathematical model for solution of common engineering problems.
Formulate simple problems into programming models.

NUMERICAL METHODS OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
UNIT - I
Solutions of linear equations: Direct method – Cramer’s rule, Guass – Elimination method- Gauss
Jordan elimination – Triangulation (LU Decomposition) method – Iterative methods Jacobi –
Iteration method – Gauss – Siedel iteration, Successive over –relaxation method.
Eigen values and eigen vectors: Jacobi method for symmetric matrices- Given’s method for
symmetric matrices-Householder’s method for symmetric matrices-Rutishauser method of
arbitrary matrices –Power method.
UNIT - II
Interpolation: Linear Interpolation - Higher order Interpolation - Lagrange Interpolation –
Interpolating polynomials using finites differences- Hermite Interpolation -piece-wise and spline
Interpolation.
Unit - III
Finite Difference and their Applications: Introduction- Differentiation formulas by Interpolating
parabolas – Backward and forward and central differences- Derivation of Differentiation formulae
using Taylor series- Boundary conditions- Beam deflection – Solution of characteristic value
problems- Richardson’s extrapolation- Use of unevenly spaced pivotal points- Integration formulae
by interpolating parabolas- Numerical solution to spatial differential equations
UNIT - IV
Numerical Differentiation: Difference methods based on undetermined coefficients- optimum
choice of step length– Partial differentiation. Numerical Integration: Method based on
interpolation-method based on undetermined coefficient – Gauss – Lagrange interpolation methodRadaua integration method- composite integration method – Double integration using Trapezoidal
and Simpson’s method.
UNIT - V

Ordinary Differential Equation: Euler’s method – Backward Euler method – Mid point method –
single step method, Taylor’s series method- Boundary value problems-case studies.
TEXT BOOKS:
1. M.K.Jain-S.R.K.Iyengar, R.K.Jain Numerical methods for scientific and engineering
computations, Willey Eastern Limited, 1987
2. S.S.Shastry, Numerical methods.
3. Curtis I.Gerala, Applied numerical analysis, Addission Wasley published campus.
REFERENCES:
1. C.Chopra, Raymond P.Canal, Numerical methods for Engineers Stevan, Mc. Graw Hill book
Company, 4th edition, 2002.
2. C.Xavier, C Language and Numerical methods, New age international publisher, 2003.
3. Dr. M.Shanta Kumar, Computer based numerical analysis, Khanna Book publishers, New
Delhi.

GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
(Autonomous)
Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India.
M. Tech (Structural Engg.) - GR14 Regulations
M. Tech – I Year – I Sem. (Structural Engg.)
Prerequisites:
 Knowledge of matrices
 Fundamentals of Strength of Materials and Mechanics of Solids
Course Objectives:

To understand the concept of 3D stress, strain analysis and its applications to simple
problems.

To equip students with concepts of elasticity and plasticity applied to structural Engineering

Course Outcomes:

Students should be able to

Apply principles of elastic theory to estimate stresses and strains of structural engineering
problems.

Apply strain energy principles to solve engineering problems.
THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY

UNIT - I
Introduction: Elasticity - notation for forces and stresses - components of stresses - components of
strain - Hooks law. Plane stress and plane strain analysis - plane stress - plane strain - differential
equations of equilibrium - boundary conditions - compatibility equations - stress function –
boundary condition.
UNIT - II
Two dimensional problems in rectangular coordinates - solution by polynomials - Saint- Venant’s
principle - determination of displacements - bending of simple beams - application of corier series
for two dimensional problems - gravity loading. Two dimensional problems in polar coordinates –
stress distribution symmetrical about an axis - pure bending of curved bars - strain components in
polar coordinates - displacements for symmetrical stress distributions - simple symmetric and
asymmetric problems - general solution of two- dimensional problem in polar coordinates application of general solution in polar coordinates.
UNIT - III
Analysis of stress and strain in three dimensions - principal stresses - stress ellipsoid - director
surface - determination of principal stresses - max shear stresses – homogeneous deformation
- Principal axes of strain rotation. General Theorems: Differential equations of equilibrium –
conditions of compatibility - determination of displacement - equations of equilibrium in terms of
displacemets - principle of super position - uniqueness of solution - the reciprocal theorem.
UNIT - IV
Torsion of Prismatic Bars - torsion of prismatic bars - bars with elliptical cross sections - other
elementary solution - membrane analogy - torsion of rectangular bars - solution of torsion
problems by energy method - use of soap films in solving torsion problems - hydro dynamical
analogies - torsion of shafts, tubes , bars etc. Bending of Prismatic Bars: Stress function - bending

of cantilever – circular cross section - elliptical cross section - rectangular cross section - bending
problems by soap film method - displacements.
UNIT - V
Theory of Plasticity: Introduction - concepts and assumptions - yield criterions.
TEXT BOOKS:
1. Timeshanko, Theory of Elasticity, McGrawhill Publications, 2010.
2. J.Chakarbarthy, Theory of Plasticity, McGrawhill Publications, 1987.
REFERENCES:
1. Y.C.Fung Theory of Elasticity.
2. Gurucharan Singh Theory of Elasticity.

II Small Deflection Theory of Thin Rectangular Plates : Assumptions – Derivation of governing differential equation for thin plates.III Circular Plates : Symmetrical loading – Relations between slope. Hyderabad – 500 090.Application to cases – Levy’s solution for various boundary conditions subjected to different loadings like uniform and hydrostatic pressure.  Discover and exploit various modelling avenues for structural engineering components and obtain the exact and/or approximate solutions THEORY AND ANALYSIS OF PLATES UNIT . Orthotropic Plates: Introduction – Bending of anisotropic plates .I Cylindrical Bending: Different kind of plates – Assumptions . deflection. Pure Bending of Plates: Slope and curvature of slightly bent plates – Relations between moments and curvature .  Apply theory of plates to the problems involving various geometrics and boundary conditions.Boundary conditions. India.Derivation of governing differential equation – Determination of Rigidities in various cases like R.) Prerequisites:   Knowledge of Mechanics of Solids Fundamentals of Theory of Elasticity Course Objectives:  Achieve fundamental understanding of the classical theory of elastic plates. corrugated sheet – Application to the theory of grid works.) .supported plate under simply sinusoidal load. A.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.Analysis of uniformly loaded rectangular plates with edges simply supported and fixed subjected to uniform load. UNIT .Navier’s solution. UNIT . Tech (Structural Engg.IV . (Structural Engg.P. Kukatpally.Strain energy in pure bending –Energy methods like Ritz and Galerkin Methods to rectangular plates subjected to simple loadings.C. Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Select an appropriate plate theory for different Engineering applications. M. UNIT .. moments and curvature – Governing differential equation – Uniformly loaded plates with clamped and simply supported edges – Central hole – bending by moments and shearing forces uniformly distributed. slabs.Particular cases of pure bending .GR14 Regulations M. Tech – I Year – I Sem.Derivation of differential equation for cylindrical bending of long rectangular plates .

Preintice Hall.Plates on Elastic Foundations: Governing differential equation – deflection of uniformly loaded simply supported rectangular plate – Navier and Levy type solutions . Plate Analysis. . University Press.. New York. K. 2. Khanna Publishers. REFERENCES: 1. 2001.V Buckling of Plates: Governing equation for Bending of plate under the combined action of in-plane loading and lateral loads – Buckling of rectangular plates by compressive forces acting in one and two directions in the middle plane of plate Finite Difference Methods: Introduction .Application to rectangular plates subjected to simple loading. UNIT . Chandrasekhar. Theory and Analysis of Plates. N. McGraw Hill Book Co. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Bairagi.Large plate loaded at equidistant points by concentrated forces P. Timoshenko. 1986. 2003. 2. Szilard. New Delhi. 1973. Theory of Plates and Shells. 2 nd edition. P. Theory of Plates.

III Design of Ribbed slabs. 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.. short term deflection and long term deflection. Deflection. Distribution of moments in column strips and middle strip. Tech – I Year – I Sem. and applications for fixed and continuous beam. Flat slabs: Analysis of the Slabs for Moment and Shears. Kukatpally.Introduction to Equivalent frame method. C.P. Design for Torsion.GR14 Regulations M. ribbed slabs. A. moment rotation characteristics of RC member. India. background of provisions made in codes of design and to familiarize with the design of some important structures  To familiarize with design and detailing of flat slabs and ribbed slabs along design of RCC Deep Beams & Corbels Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Design flat slabs. (Structural Engg. Design of shear. UNIT . Hyderabad – 500 090. Design of doubly reinforced rectangular sections.I Over View of Reinforced concrete design: Behaviour in flexure. Design of singly reinforced rectangular sections. estimation of crack width in RCC members. Structures: Rotation of a plastic hinge. deep beams . Limitations of Direct design method. I. M. Design for shear. calculation of crack widths. UNIT .S.) Prerequisites:   Basic concepts of RCC design Knowledge in Design of basic RCC structural elements Course Objectives:  To impart in depth knowledge of material and structural behaviour of concrete. Tech (Structural Engg. Arrangement of Reinforcements.IV . Ultimate Moment of Resistance.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. code provisions.) . Limit state of Serviceability: Deflections of Reinforced concrete beams and slabs. UNIT . 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 shears . ADVANCED REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN UNIT . Redistribution of moments. Design of flanged beams.II Limit Analysis of R. corbels  Design columns in uniaxial and biaxial compression and combined loading.

L. by. 2008. Graw-Hill International. . Syal & A. 1994. 5. Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain. UNIT . Chand.C. Design of Short Columns under Axial Compression.R. Reinforced concrete design. Analysis of Forces in a Corbels . Reinforced concrete structural elements – behaviour. Karve and Dr. Arthus H. Reinforced concrete design. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design. Design of Procedure of Corbels. Tata Mc. S. Design of Nibs. 1994. Checking for Local Failures. Unnikrishna Pillai & Menon. S. Design of Short Columns with Uniaxial Bending. Tata Mc. 2nd edition. 4.Krishna Raju. 2004. Dr. and Chorles W. I. Analysis and design. Standard publishers. Graw-Hill. 3.C. Design of Combined Footings. 3. 4. B.Graw-Hill.1. Limit state theory and design of reinforced concrete.Purushotham. 1991. Laxmi Publications.V Design of Compression members: Estimation of effective length of a column-Code requirements on Slenderness Limits. 2. Nilson. N. 3rd Edition. 2004.C. 2004. Design of concrete structures. 2nd Edition.Varghese. editions. 3rd Edition. Pune. Design of Short Columns under Biaxial Bending. Vol. Design of Slender Columns. Preintice Hall. Reinforced concrete structures. Tata Mc. Design by IS 456. P. Dolar. Goel. S. 2. REFERENCES: 1. David Darwin. V. Detailing of Deep Beams. Kennath Leet. 2005. P. Shah. Advanced Concrete Design.Design of Reinforced Concrete Deep Beams & Corbels: Steps of Designing Deep Beams.K. Punmia. Tata Mc.Distribution of soil Pressure – Geometry of Two Column Combined Footing – Design Considerations in Combined Footing for Two – Columns. Graw Hill. Reinforced concrete structures. TEXT BOOKS: 1.

Segregation and bleeding.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge about constituents of concrete and its properties Course Objectives:  To equip the students to understand the properties of concrete and to familiarize the advances in concrete and concrete making so that the appropriate mixes and methods can be chosen according to the situation and to perform mix designs  To carry out field and laboratory tests on concrete in plastic and hardened stage. UNIT –IV Special Concretes: Self Compacting concrete – Polymer concrete – Fiber reinforced concrete – Reactive Powder concrete – Requirements and Guidelines – Advantages and Applications. High Performance Concrete. etc.Ultra High Strength Concrete.(ELECTIVE -I) UNIT – I Concrete Making Materials: Cement. DOE method.) .Quality audit. sprayed concrete. self-consolidating concrete. fibre reinforced concrete.Gel space ratios. Maturity Concept – Stress Behaviour – Creep and Shrinkage – Durability tests on concrete . Tech (Structural Engg. Hardened Concrete : Abram’s law. Mix Design for Blended concretes UNIT –V . (Structural Engg.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.  Understand the mix design and engineering properties of special concretes such as highperformance concrete.workability tests on Concrete Setting times of Fresh Concrete .Design Considerations.Design of HSC Using Erintroy Shaklok Method. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Kukatpally. UNIT . Bacterial concrete Concrete mix design : Quality Control .Requirements and properties of High Performance Concrete.Mix Design method BIS method. ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY . A. M.Non destructive testing of concrete. India. Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Use advanced laboratory techniques to characterize cement-based materials. Hyderabad – 500 090.III High Strength Concrete –Use of Nano materials – Manufacturing and Properties.Bogues compounds – Hydration Process– Alkali silica reaction -Admixtures – Chemical and Mineral admixtures.GR14 Regulations M. Light weight concrete. ACI method. Studies on Micro structure of concrete and applications of SEM (Scanned Electronic Microscope) UNIT – II Fresh and Hardened Concrete: Fresh Concrete ..Quality assurance .P.

Galgotia Publications. N. ICI. A. M. P.M. permanent form work. CBS Publications.K. Special Structural concretes. Oxford Press. Concrete Technology. Rajat Siddique. Design of Concrete Mixes. 2.K. Chennai.Mehta. Santhakumar. 2002. 2014. Properties of Concrete. 3rd edition. 1994.S.Chand & Co. 3. Concrete: Micro Structure. 3. 4th pointing DECLO. Concrete Technology. A. S. 2. REFERENCES: 1. latest form work– design of form work – shores – removal of forms – reshoring – failure of form work-case studies TEXT BOOKS: 1.Shetty.Form work for concrete – materials – structural requirements – form work systems – connections – specifications – slip forms. 1996. ELBS publications.Neville.Krishna Raju. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) . 2005.

resistance strain gauge .Effects of stressed model in a Polaris cope for various arrangements . brittle coating methods.Failure theories .Analysis of brittle coating data. UNIT .P. Temporary double refraction . Forms. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Simplification of problems..gauge factor. Course Outcomes: Students will be able to  Know about various measurement techniques required instrumentation. Airy’s Stress function-Cartesian Co-ordinates-Two dimensional problems in Polar Co-ordinates.(ELECTIVE -I) UNIT .Calibration procedures .GR14 Regulations M. moiré fringes. (Structural Engg. uses of experimental stress analysis-Advantages of experimental stress analysis. UNIT . Plane Stress. Polar Components of Stress in terms of Airy’s Stress function. Hyderabad – 500 090. etc. properties of strain-gauge systems. Principles of Experimental Approach: Merit of Experimental Analysis introduction. strain gauges. LVDT .Types of Brittle coating . Mechanical and Optical strain gauges.The delta rosette Corrections for Transverse strain effects. The Plane-Elastic problem. Coating stresses .IV Theory of Photo Elasticity: Introduction.I Basic equations and Plane Elasticity Theory: Introduction.The stress optic law .) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of Elasticity principles  Fundamentals of strength of materials Course Objectives:   To understand the basic aspects of experimental stress analysis that includes exhaustive treatment of the most versatile techniques like photoelasticity and strain gauges To introduce to the emerging techniques like digital image correlation. A.II Strain Measurement using Strain Gauges: Definition of strain and its relation to Experimental Determinations.Introduction. The three element rectangular Rosette .) . such as photoelasticity. Types of strain gauges.III Brittle Coating Method: Introduction. Compatibility. Electrical Strain Gauges . Kukatpally.Fringe sharpening. Stress-Strain Relations-Two dimensional State of Stress. The Plane-Strain Approach.various types .Brittle coating Crack pattern . Brewster stress optic law. UNIT . Materials for adhesion base. experimental planning and procedures adopted in laboratory  exposed to the experimental techniques of finding stress and strain. Strain Rosettes: Introduction. UNIT .Bachupally. EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS .V .Test procedures for brittle coating analysis . Strain equations of Transformation.Crack detection . India. M. Tech (Structural Engg. Different methods.

Dove and Adams.calibration methods. M. 1991.GR14 Regulations . Mc Graw Hill. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Tech (Structural Engg. A.Riley.Materials for photo .Two Dimensional Photo Elasticity: Introduction. Kukatpally. 1st edition. scaling Model to Proto type stress. properties of photo elastic materials. Experimental Stress Analysis. India.F. 1991.. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. Experimental Stress Analysis.W. 1964.) . Mc Graw Hill. 3rd edition.Dally and W.Isoclinic fringe patterns. Dr. Sadhu Singh. passage of light through plane Polaris cope and circular Polaris cope. separation methods. Isoclinic fringe pattern .elasticity. Isochromatic Fringe patterns . Hyderabad – 500 090.P. 2. REFERENCES: 1.Compensation techniques . J. Experimental Stress Analysis.

Pivotal reduction of a general system of equations .Newton's method.Optimization with inequality constraints .Classification of Optimization problems .Gradient of a function Steepest descent method .Indirect search methods .Optimization Techniques.Random search methos . (Structural Engg. beams & frames.Elementary graph theory .Powell's method .Additional applications.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of engineering mathematics  Knowledge of basic optimization techniques Course Objectives:  To Solve optimization problems using linear and Dynamic programming  To Optimize structural elements like beams.Historical developments .II Linear Programming: Introduction .Two phases of the simplex method. OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE -I) UNIT .I Introduction to Optimization: Introduction . non-Linear Programming: Introduction .Simplex Algorithm .Network variables and problem types .concept of suboptimization and the principle of optimality .Multistage decision processes . UNIT .  Understand various methods of linear programming & Dynamic programming and apply optimization techniques to trusses.Unimodal Function .Unconstrained optimization techniques .Definitions and theorems . .example illustrating the Tabular of solution conversion of a final value problem into an initial value problem .Unrestricted search .The generalized NewtonRaphson method.continuous dynamic programming .Network capacity problems .Problems involving simple constraints Unconstrained functions of several variables .IV Network Analysis: Introduction .Statement of an Optimization problem .Exhaustive search .Interval Halving method .Motivation of the Simplex Method .III Dynamic Programming: Introduction .Modification of the directional sense of the network.Direct search methods .Engineering applications of Optimization .M.Dichotomous search .Simplex method . UNIT .Geometry of linear programming problems . UNIT .Minimum-cost route . Optimization by calculus: Introduction Unconstrained functions of a single variable .Extension to multiple equality constraints .Univariate method .computational procedure in dynamic programming example illustrating the Calculus method of solution .Comparison of elimination methods .grid search method .Solution of a system of Linear simultaneous equations .standard form of a linear programming problem .Conjugate gradient . Tech – I Year – I Sem.Fibonacci method Golden section method .treatment of equality constraints . trusses and frames and achieve efficient designs based on various applications and objective functions for professional practice. Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Understand Engineering optimization and Classify the optimization problems.Applications of linear programming .

T. R. Tech (Structural Engg. 4. Beams and Frames. TEXT BOOKS: 1. N.GR14 Regulations M. J. Tech – I Year – I Sem. REFERENCES: 1.Rao. Elements of Structural Optimization. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. 2. A. (Structural Engg. Kukatpally. G.P.Arora. U.Majid. 2. Optimization: Theory and Applications.Kirsch. M. Optimum Structural Design.UNIT . Optimum Design of Structures. 3. Numerical Optimization Techniques for Engineering Design with applications.S. India.) .Gurdal.Vanderplaats. K.V Application of Optimization techniques to trusses.. Hyderabad – 500 090.Haftka and Z. S.) Prerequisites:  Fundamentals of structural analysis .S. Introduction to Optimum Design.I.

III Analysis of plane truss .R and James M. UNIT . UNIT .local and global coordinates. Shear walls.displacement equations .direct stiffness method general procedure .approximate methods of analysis of shear walls. 2.element stiffness matrix . CBS publications. TEXT BOOKS: 1.continuous beam . Transformation of coordinates .structure idealization stiffness and flexibility matrices .Geve.mixed force .Rank matrix . 3. portal frames and trusses by matrix stiffness and matrix flexibility method  Understand the necessity of shear walls and its analysis by various methods ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS . portal frames and trusses Understand the structural behaviour of frames with and without shear walls Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Generate the global stiffness matrix by assembling the element stiffness matrices in the analysis of the continuous beams.semi bandwidth .and load vector .Reddy. Matrix Analysis of Frames structures. C.suitability element stiffness equations . Kanchi. UNIT . UNIT . William Weaver J. REFERENCES: 1.structural behaviour of large frames with and without shear walls .coordinate system .degree of freedom . Ashok.I Introduction to matrix methods of analysis . Matrix Structural Analysis. . 1996.S.IV Analysis of plane truss . Concepts of matrices Course Objectives:   To Know how to generate the stiffness matrix and flexibility matrix for continuous beams.Necessity . 2010.static condensation and sub structuring .(ELECTIVE-II) UNIT .for truss element. New Channel Brothers.initial and thermal stresses.V Special analysis procedures .K.Jain.elements flexibility equations . beam element and tensional element.plane frame and grids by stiffness methods.II Assembly of stiffness matrix from element stiffness matrix . 3rd edition.plane frame and grids by flexibility methods.static indeterminacy and kinematic indeterminacy .computer algorithm for assembly by direct stiffness matrix method. Advanced Structural Analysis. Delhi 2004. Structural Analysis. 1995.continuous beam .

Structural Analysis. Kukatpally. J. (Structural Engg. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.Meek. 1980. 3rd edition. 3. Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis.GR14 Regulations M. M.2. December. Hyderabad – 500 090. India. 1990. Tech – I Year – I Sem.P. Tech (Structural Engg. A.) . Ghali and Neyveli.) Prerequisites: .. 3rd edition .

. Soil dynamics and machine foundations. damping. elastic waves and their characteristics. free and forced vibrations. isotropic and anisotropic models for soil structure interaction problems. lamb and the dynamic Boussinesq’s problem. Rayleighs method of fundamental frequency.S. 2nd Reprint. Galgotia Publications. Relsner’s solution and its limitations. pressure bulb concept. 2 nd Edition.IV Types of machine foundations: General requirements. single and multi degree freedom systems. natural frequency.I Introduction to soil dynamics: Fundamentals of vibration. constant force and rotating mass type excitation. Braja M. . Vibration isolation. Codes. permissible amplitudes. resonance. Das and G. 2011. Cengage Learning. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Hsiegh’s equations for vertical vibration. transmissibility.V Design of machine foundations: Principles of design of foundations for reciprocating and impact type of machine as per I. isolating materials and their properties. magnification steady state vibrations. bearing pressure. 2010. UNIT . types and methods of isolation.Ramana. Pauw’s analogy of foundation-soil systems (Concept only). UNIT .II Dynamic soil properties: Elastic properties. simple harmonic motion. 2nd edition. design criteria. experimental determination. UNIT . Dr. logarithmic decrement.  Knowledge of Engineering mechanics Fundamentals of geotechnical engineering Course Objectives:   To make students understand the basics of soil structure interaction Also to impart knowledge about various linear and non-linear.III Vibration analysis: Apparent soil mass. shear modulus.Swami Saran.(ELECTIVE-II) UNIT . Principles of soil dynamics. theory of elastic half space. vibrating measuring instruments. 2. UNIT .V. To design machine foundations Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Apply the Design principles of machine foundations in practice  Understand the dynamic properties of soil SOIL DYNAMICS AND MACHINE FOUNDATIONS . Quinlan and Sung’s modifications.

Mall J.V. New Delhi.. Richart. Prakash S and Puri V. India. 2. Tech (Structural Engg.E.. K. McGraw Hill. M. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. New York. Kukatpally. Srinivasulu P and Vidyanathan C.. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Vibration of soils and foundations. Prentice Hall Inc. Analysis and design of machine foundations. Hand Book of Machine Foundations. 1981. 3. D. A.) . 1993.P.. 1970..REFERENCES: 1.R and Woods R.) Prerequisites:   Fundamentals of Strength of Materials Knowledge of composite Materials Course Objectives: .GR14 Regulations M. Tata McGraw Hill. F. Hyderabad – 500 090. (Structural Engg.

UNIT . Design of Stressed skinned roof structure: Introduction. Structural joints. Beam stresses. Assumptions and Idealizations. Stiffness characteristics of glass reinforced laminae . discontinuous fibre laminae. loading.(ELECTIVE-II) UNIT . Strength characteristics of laminated composites. Strength hypothesis for isotropic and Orthotropic laminae. GRP FIBRE REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETES . Short-term strength and stiffnessTensile. composite materials. Behaviour under long term loading. UNIT . span and cross-sectional shape. UNIT . Orthotropic laminae. Stress Strain relationships for composite Laminae. To Develop an understanding of the linear elastic analysis of composite materials Course Outcomes: Student will be able to:  Have sound knowledge on composite structures and its behavior and also can use theories applicable to composite materials.IV GRP properties relevant to structural Design: Introduction. Flexural and Shearing. loading and material properties.III Behaviour of Glass Fibre-Reinforced laminates: Introduction.Modulus of Elasticity. discontinuously reinforced laminates – Stiffness and Strength properties. Effect of fire.  Analyze and Design structural elements made of cement composites as GFRC. prevention of compression buckling failure. and computer analysis. UNIT . Experimental Behaviour. Transformed sections. Continuously reinforced laminates.Adhesive. Assumptions and Limitations. preliminary design.  To make students familiar with the concepts of analysis and design of composite structural elements. influence of nature of materials in structural form. TEXT BOOKS: . Compressive Strength.V Design of GRP Box Beams: Introduction. Stiffness characteristics of laminated composites-Behaviour of Laminated beams and plates.Stress. discontinuous fibre laminae. Selection of material.I Introduction: Requirements of structural materials.Basic concepts. Effect on Beam performance. Nature of structural materials. Strength Characteristics. Compressive.Strength analysis and failure criteria. I value. Macro mechanical Analysis of composite Laminae: Introduction. Effect of inter laminar structures. Long term strength and stiffness properties.uni-directionally and multi directionally continuously reinforced laminates.Strain relationships in continuous. Strength characteristics of glass reinforced laminae . Combinational. Beam manufacture. Glass Reinforced Composites: Introduction.Isotropic.II Macro mechanical Properties of composite Laminae: Introduction.Strengths in continuous. Temperature effects.Homogeneous materials. mechanical.

) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of concepts in concrete technology ADVANCED CONCRETE LABORATORY . GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. (Structural Engg.Just. Tech – I Year – I Sem.Vijay. Dr.1. M. Universities Press. Kukatpally. 2. Mechanics of Composite materials and Structures. Tech (Structural Engg.V.GR14 Regulations M.P. GRP in Structural Engineering. Fibre Reinforced Concrete. Hyderabad – 500 090..J. India. A. Dec 1983. M.S Gangadhrar & Dr. Manjunath Mukhopadhyay.) .Holmes and D. REFERENCE: 1.

Kukatpally. Workability Tests on Fresh self compacting concrete 6. Compressive Strength. Accelerated Curing of Concrete. M. Gradation Charts of Aggregates. Influence of Different Chemical Admixtures on concrete. 8.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of strength of materials . 11. Setting times.1. Non Destructive Testing of Concrete. Air Entrainment Test on fresh concrete. Marsh cone test. 7.Consistency. Tests on cement .P. 2. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. Influence of W/C ratio on strength and Aggregate / Cement ratio on workability and Strength 12. Tech – I Year – II Sem.) . Permeability of Concrete. 10. (Structural Engg. Tech (Structural Engg. 3. Aggregate Crushing and Impact value 5.. 9. India. Soundness. Bulking of fine Aggregate. 4.GR14 Regulations M. A. Hyderabad – 500 090.

GS Krishna Murthy. Three dimensional FEM: Different 3-D elements-strain-displacement relationship – formulation of hexahedral and isoparametric solid element. 1994.Mindlin's approximations . shells and structural dynamics.Lagrange elements serendipity elements. including programming To make students to learn principles of Analysis of Stress and Strain and To apply the Finite Element Method for the analysis of one and two dimensional problems in evaluating the stress and strain parameters and their inter relations of the continuum. theory and progarmming. Principles of Elasticity: Stress equations . Two dimensional FEM: Different types of elements for plane stress and plane strain analysis displacement models .formulation of axi symmetric elements. Finite element analysis.merits and demerits .axi symmetric modeling .stress resultants . UNIT . FINITE ELEMENT METHODS UNIT . 3rd Edition. UNIT .formulation of 4-noded isoperimetric quadrilateral plate element – Shell Element. beams. 2. Knowledge of matrices Course Objectives:   To build up the back ground. Course Outcomes: Student will be able to:  Apply FE Models to solve trusses.different isoparametric elements for 2D analysis -formulation of 4. plane strain and axi-symmetric bodies of revolution with axi-symmetric loading.energy principles – discrimination . Axi Symmetric Analysis: bodies of revolution .shape functions for 1D elements.generalized coordinates .strain displacement relationships in matrix form plane stress.III Isoparametric formulation: Concept .convergent and compatibility requirements . basic concepts and basic formulation of finite element method to enable the students to understand various element formulations and use them for analysis.thin plate theory .natural coordinate system .V Introduction to non – linear analysis – basic methods – application to Special structures.steps involved .Raleigh .strain displacement relationship . UNIT .  Learn how to implement the finite element method efficiently in order to solve field problems. plates. Tirupathi Chandra Patila and Belugunudu.shape functions .IV Introduction to Finite Element Analysis of Plates: basic theory of plate bending . Application of FEM using softwares.I Introduction: Concepts of FEM . Introduction to Finite element Method.geometric invariance .II One dimensional FEM: Stiffness matrix for beam and bar elements . TEXT BOOKS: 1.Ritz method of functional approximation. .area and volume coordinates generation of element stiffness and nodal load matrices UNIT .noded and 8-noded isoparametric quadrilateral elements .

REFERENCES: 1.GR14 Regulations M. Tech (Structural Engg. A.Cook.) . . Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis. Kukatpally. 2001. 1993. Robert D. Introduction to Finite element Methods. OC Zienkiewicz. David S. Finite element Methods. 2. JN Reddy. International Edition. Oct 17. 1987.P. Tech – I Year – II Sem.) Prerequisites:   Knowledge of matrices Knowledge of Engineering Mechanics Course Objectives:   To impart knowledge on analysis of structures subjected to dynamic loading To estimate the amplitude. M.. John Wiley & Sons. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. 3. Malkus and Michael E. India. frequency and vibration of the structures by various techniques. Plesha. Hyderabad – 500 090. (Structural Engg.

Dynamics of Structures.Response to Harmonic.I Theory of vibrations: Introduction .SDOF and MDOF systems .I.Elementary case – Derivation of governing differential equation of motion .  Exposed to the principles and methods of dynamic analysis of structures and to prepare them for designing the structures for wind. UNIT .S: 1893 . 2. McGraw Hill.H.1984.Harmonic excitation -Dynamic magnification factor – Phase angle – Bandwidth UNIT . C. Pearson Education (Singapore). REFERENCES: 1.Free vibrations of single degree of freedom system undamped and damped vibrations . Delhi.S Publishers. earthquake and other dynamic loads. Dynamics of Structures. Single Degree of Freedom Systems: Formulation and solution of the equation of motion .Stodola method .Lumped mass idealization . 1975.Formulation of the MDOF equations of motion -Undamped free vibrations .II Introduction to Structural Dynamics : Fundamental objectives of dynamic analysis -Types of prescribed loading .Fundamental mode analysis Analysis of second and higher modes . 2nd Edition.Analysis of undamped free vibrations of beams in flexure . . I. UNIT .Forced vibration of SDOF systems . UNIT .Solutions of Eigen value problem for natural frequencies and mode shapes .Natural frequencies and mode-shapes of simple beams with different end conditions Principles of application to continuous beams. 4th Edition.Holzer method .Free vibration response .critical damping . Structural Dynamics.Oscillatory motion . Periodic.Formulation of equations of motion by different methods – Direct equilibration using Newton’s law of motion / D’Alembert’s principle.Degrees of Freedom Continuous System .Logarithmic decrement .V Introduction to Earthquake Analysis: Introduction .IV Practical Vibration Analysis: Introduction .Flexural vibrations of beams . New Delhi. 1st January.Evaluation of structural property matrices .Elements of vibratory system .Mode superposition procedure. Clough & Penzien. 2011.Basic procedure. New York.III Multi Degree of Freedom Systems : Selection of the degrees of Freedom .Methods of discretization . Code methods of analysis for obtaining response of multi storeyed buildings. S.Simple Harmonic motion Vectorial representation of S.B. 2004.S: .Excitation by rigid base translation Lumped mass approach . Principle of virtual work and Hamilton principle. Anil K.Uncoupled equations of motion . 2. Impulsive and general dynamic loadings Duhamel integral.Analysis of Dynamic response – Normal co-ordinates . TEXT BOOKS: 1. Chopra. STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS UNIT .Course Outcomes: Student will be able to:  Model and Formulate dynamic equilibrium equations for SDOF and MDOF systems using classical and numerical methods. “Code of practice for Earthquake resistant design of Structures” and latest I.M.Orthogonal properties of normal modes . Continuous Systems: Introduction . Mario Paz.

India. Kukatpally. analysis and design of shell and folded plate structures mostly used in Civil Engineering To learn different methods of analysis and design of plates and shells and to critically detail the plates. (Structural Engg.) . Tech (Structural Engg. A.) Prerequisites:   Knowledge of mechanics of solids Knowledge of basic structural analysis Course Objectives:   To provide with the basic concepts of structural behaviour.2002 (version) Part-1 GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.P. M. folded plates and shells too evaluate the performance of these spatial structures.1893 . Hyderabad – 500 090.GR14 Regulations M.. Tech – I Year – II Sem. .

Analysis and axi-symmetrical by membrane theory. Analysis using beam theory. UNIT .Course Outcomes: The students will be able  To design RCC folded plates and shell roof structures. REFERENCES: 1. Billington. UNIT . TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1990. UNIT .III Introduction to the shells of Double curvatures: Geometry. Advanced R.V Folded plates – Introduction – Types of folded plates – structural behaviour of folded plates – advantages – Assumptions Whitney method of analysis – Edge shear equation . analysis and design of elliptic paraboloid. .Ramaswami. 3rd Edition.Bairagi. 3rd Edition. Analysis and design of concrete shell roofs.IV Axi.Analysis of folded plates of Whitney’s method.II Derivation of the governing DKJ equation for bending theory. Shell Analysis. . 2. 1994. 2. inverted umbrella type.I Shells – functional behaviour – examples – structural behaviour of shells classification of shells – Definitions – various methods of analysis of shells – merits and demerits of each method – 2D . Application to spherical shells and hyperboloid of revolution cooling towers. G.Membrane equation. Equations of equilibrium: Derivation of stress resultants – cylindrical shells – Flugges simulations equations. 3.K.Krishna Raju.Schorer’s theory Application to the analysis and design of short and long shells. UNIT . 3rd Edition.S. conoid and hyperbolic parabolic shapes. Design of concrete shell roofs. Chaterjee.C Design. N. Design of concrete shell roofs.Symmetrical shells: General equation . 1990. Dr. Simpsons method of Analysis of folded plates – moment and stress distribution – no rotation and rotation solutions – continuous folded plates – pre stressed continuous folded plates.N. Beam theory of cylindrical shells: Beam and arch action.  To Use appropriate theory to analyze the shell structures and Differentiate a shell structure based on its properties ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF SHELLS AND FOLDED PLATES UNIT .

.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. Tech – I Year – II Sem. India.) . M. Hyderabad – 500 090.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of behaviour of basic steel structural elements Course Objectives: . (Structural Engg. A.P. Tech (Structural Engg. Kukatpally.GR14 Regulations M.

1st Dec. Dr. Steel Bunkers and Silos Course Outcomes: Student should be able to  Analysis and Design various types roofs for Industrial Buildings  Design of Steel Truss Girder Bridges .  To Analysis and Design roofs of Industrial Buildings To Design Steel Truss Girder Bridges. tension members.K. 9th Edition. Dayaratnam. economic proportions of trusses. Design of steel structures. Design of Groove welds. Design of Steel Structures.Moment Resistant Connections. UNIT . design of knee braced trusses and stanchions. Duggal. Publisher: S.Design of Intermittent fillet welds. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Design wind speed and pressure.Steel Bunkers and Silos ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN UNIT .Critical Connections.I SIMPLE CONNECTIONS –RIVETED. Bolted Moment Connections – Welded Framed Connections – Welded Brackete Connections . Subramanian.III Analysis and Design of Industrial Buildings: Dead loads.Failure of Welds. self weight of truss girders. Chand. UNIT – II ECCENTRIC AND MOMENT CONNECTIONS: Introduction – Beams – Column Connections. 2008. Design of angular roof truss. Mc Graw Hill Education Private Ltd. component parts of a truss bridge. live loads and wind loads on roofs.V Design of Steel Bunkers and Silos Introduction – Janseen’s Theory – Airy’s Theory – Design of Parameters – Design Criteria – Analysis of Bins – Hopper Bottom –Design of Bins. wind effect on top lateral bracing. Design of bracings. portal Bracing. 2nd Edition.Design of Fillet Welds. P.IV DESIGN OF STEEL TRUSS GIRDER BRIDGES: Types of truss bridges.Bolted Seat Connections – Bolted Brackete Connections. truss for a railway platform. New Delhi. design of built up purlins. Design Steel Structures Volume – II. sway bracing. BOLTED PINNED AND WELDED CONNECTIONS: Riveted connections-Bolted Connections. Edition 2011 – 12. S. UNIT . 2. wind pressure on roofs. Limit State Design of Steel Structures. N. 2010. Ramachandra & Vivendra.Connections Subjected to Eccentric Shear – Bolted Framed Connections. wind load on truss girder bridges. design of bridge compression members. REFERENCES: 1. bottom lateral bracing. wind effect on cladding and louvers.Load Transfer Mechanism – Failure of Bolted Joints – Specifications for Bolted Joints – Bearing – Type Connections – Tensile Strength of Plate – Strength and Efficiency of the Joint – Combined Shear and Tension – Slip – Critical Connections – Praying Action – Combined Shear and Tension for Slip. tubular truss. Gehlot Scientitic Publishes Journals Department. . UNIT . Design of purlins for roofs. 2.

Hyderabad – 500 090. Publisher. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.) Prerequisites:   Knowledge of RCC structural elements Knowledge of structural analysis Course Objectives:  To understand the Principle of prestressing. Kukatpally. Indian Standard Code – IS – 800-2007.3. Education. Tech (Structural Engg. Tata Mc Graw Hill. India. Design of Steel Structures. Galyord & Gaylord. 4. (Structural Engg. 2012. A.GR14 Regulations M. analysis and design of prestressed concrete structures  To Develop an understanding of the design of prestressed concrete members for ultimate limit state and limit state of serviceability .P.) . Edition . M. Tech – I Year – II Sem..

2. relaxation of steel. and slabs to satisfy the serviceability and strength provisions of the Indian Standards (IS: 1343-1980). bending of member and frictional loss – Analysis of sections for flexure. Freyssinet system..  Develop skills in analysis and design of prestressed concrete beams. 1981. Losses of Prestress : Loss of prestress in pre-tensioned and post-tensioned members due to various causes like elastic shortening of concrete.V Statically Indeterminate Structures: Advantages & disadvantages of continuous PSC beams – Primary and secondary moments – P and C lines – Linear transformation concordant and nonconcordant cable profiles – Analysis of continuous beams and simple portal frames (single bay and single story) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Design of Sections for Shear: Shear and Principal stresses – Improving shear resistance by different prestressing techniques – horizontal and vertical prestressing – Analysis of rectangular and I-beam – design of shear reinforcement – Indian code provisions. 2nd Edition. eccentric. UNIT .Y. 2. Ramamrutham. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. shrinkage of concrete. New Delhi. S. 4th Edition. Lin and Burn. 2008. Dayaratnam. 1983. UNIT . slip in anchorage. UNIT . Prestressed concrete.Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Acquire the knowledge of evolution of process of prestressing and various prestressing techniques. Prestressed concrete. New York. N. Design of prestress concrete structures. creep of concrete. 3rd Edition. bent and parabolictendons – Different methods and systems of prestressing like Hoyer system. concentric. John Wiley.III Deflections of Prestressed Concrete Beams: Short term deflections of uncracked members– Prediction of long-time deflections – load – deflection curve for a PSC beam – IS code requirements for max deflections. Krishna Raju. Guyon and Magnel methods – Anchorage zone reinforcement. Delhi. Prestressed concrete. T. UNIT . REFERENCES: 1. Magnel Blaton system – Lee-Mc call system.I General Principles of Prestressed Concrete: Pre–tensioning and post – tensioning – Prestressing by straight. PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE (ELECTIVE -III) UNIT .II Design of Section for Flexure: Allowable stresses – Elastic design of simple beams having rectangular and I-section for flexure – kern lines – cable profile and cable layout. . Tata Mc Graw Hill Book – Co.IV Transfer of Prestress in Pretensioned Members: Transmission of prestressing force by bond – Transmission length – Flexural bond stresses – IS code provisions – Anchoragezone stresses in post tensioned members – stress distribution in End block – Analysis by approximate.

Hyderabad – 500 090.. A.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. (Structural Engg.) Prerequisites:   Knowledge of design of RCC footings Knowledge of soil properties Course Objectives:   To equip the students to understand the analysis and design of various foundation systems required for various infrastructure projects To understand various types of foundations and their design parameters Course Outcomes: Students should be able to .) . Tech – I Year – II Sem. India.GR14 Regulations M.P. M. Tech (Structural Engg. Kukatpally.

Foundation Design.W.E. Gopal Ranjan and ASR Rao. UNIT . Teng. swell pressure and swelling potential. footings on soils of finite thickness. Principles of Foundation Engineering.. Sharma. under-reamed piles. Reprint (2012). Schmertamaunn’s method. Ltd. timbering of trenches.II Pile foundations: Settlement of pile groups resting in sands and clays.III Well foundations: Types of well foundation.  Understand various types of foundations and required design principles Analyze and design various advanced foundation techniques ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE -III) UNIT . 2. V. J. Braja M. Bowles. 13th edition. granular pile anchor technique. UNIT . 3. Meyerhoff’s and Hanse’s theories. Pile foundations in engineering practice. CBS Publications. Shamsher Prakash and Hari. earth pressure diagrams. 1990. forces in struts. specifications. D. 1st edition. Foundation Analysis and Design. REFERENCES 1. 2007. New York. UNIT . Reprint (2014). TEXT BOOKS 1. Murthy. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Janbu and Morgenstern method.V Foundations in Expansive soils: Problems in expansive soils. 2nd edition (2000). New Delhi. design criteria. Reprint (1992). 5th edition (1997). Das. 2. Delhi. John Wiley & sons. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics.I Bearing capacity of footings: Eccentric and Inclined Loading. negative skin friction in single piles and groups of piles. elastic settlement of footings embedded in sands and clays of infinite thickness. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. New Age International Pvt. mechanism of swelling .IV Cantilever sheet piles and anchored bulkheads: Earth pressure diagram. load carrying capacity in sands and clays. determination of depth of embedment in sands and clays. different shapes of wells. 6 th edition (2007). . stabilization of expansive soils.C. Prentice Hall. New Delhi. sand cushion. components of wells. Cengage Learning. lateral stability by Terzaghi’s analysis. 4. sinking of wells. New Jersy.N. UNIT . foundation practices.S. functions and design. CNS cushion.

(Structural Engg.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of computer languages Course Objectives:   To write programs using “C” language along with the applications of “C” graphics. To Understand database management systems and their usages Course Outcomes: Students should be able to  Write programs using C language .GR14 Regulations M. Tech (Structural Engg.) . Hyderabad – 500 090. M. India. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Kukatpally.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.P.. A.

.Krishnamoorthy and S. UNIT . Do-While-continue statement-Go to statement-Examples.Programming language-Introduction-An over view of programming in C-variables and data types.III Computer Graphics-introduction-applications graphic devices-display devices-output and input devices.Rajeev.pointer arithmetic-pointers and arrays-Matrix manipulations using arrays and pointerspointers to functions-data files-basic operations-reading and writing and file accessing filesexamples.Declaration of variables-Initialization of variables-operators-arithmetic operatorsprecedence and associability-Input and output-Character I/O-Formatted output.IV Data base management system-introduction-data base systems-hardware-software-usersoperational data independence-architecture of data base system-distributed databases. C .stages in expert system development-knowledge representation-inference mechanismsapplications. C Programming Language-Arrays-One dimensional Arrays-Two Dimensional Arrays-pointer operators.II C Programming Language-Control structures-If statement-Switch statement-loops-nested loopswhile and for .ordinates-window to view port-transformations-clipping operations. S.V Knowledge based expert system-introduction-artificial intelligence-components of an expert system. Print f ()Formatted input scan f (). Computer Aided Design.two dimensional geometric transformations-homogeneous co-ordinates-world coordinates-device co.Examples.Rajasekharan. C.S. TEXT BOOK: 1. Computational Structures. REFERENCE: 1.  Work with the operations of DBMS develop Knowledge based expert system COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE -III) UNIT . UNIT . UNIT .I Introduction to computer aided design-An over view-computer as a design medium hardware components of a computer -programming languages. UNIT .

Tech (Structural Engg. Kukatpally. geographical location and functionality Course Outcomes: Student should be able to   Understand the codal provisions for loading and design standards of bridges. Design girder bridges and Pre-Stressed Concrete bridges.GR14 Regulations M. PRINCIPLES OF BRIDGE ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE-IV) . A. (Structural Engg. Tech – I Year – II Sem. M.) .) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of RCC Structures  Knowledge of Pre-setressed concrete Course Objectives:   To study the loads. forces on bridges and design of several types of bridges.GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. assessment of loads. structural configurations. their selection and planning. choose the appropriate method of analysis according to the situation and perform design of bridges in terms of aesthetics.. Hyderabad – 500 090.P. To impart the students with some knowledge on important types of bridge structures. India.

Hambly.live load-Impact Effect-Centrifugal force-wind loads-Lateral loads-Longitudinal forcesSesmic loads. UNIT . REFERENCES 1.V Analysis of Bridge Decks: Harmonic analysis and folded plate theory-Grillage analogy.Aswani.M. 2. 2.C.Beds block-Piers.II Solid slab Bridges: Introduction-Method of Analysis and Design. Design of Concrete Bridges. Bridge Design. Concrete Bridge Design and Practice.Frictioal resistance of expansion bearings-Secondary Stresses-Temperature EffectErection Forces and effects-Width of roadway and footway-General Design Requirements.Finite strip method and FEM.I Concrete Bridges: Introduction-Types of Bridges-Economic span length-Types of loading-Dead load. Gifford Mason method.Abutments. Bridge Deck Behaviour. via duct theory. Sub-structure of bridges: Substructure.IV Pre-Stressed Concrete Bridges: Basic principles-General Design requirements-Mild steel reinforcement in prestressed concrete member-Concrete cover and spacing of pre-stressing steelSlender beams. .Pier DimensionsDesign loads for piers. UNIT . V.K.stage Prestressing-Shrinking stresses-General Design requirements for Road Bridges.Composite Section-Propped-Design of Propped Composite Section-Unproped composite section-Two. UNIT .G.N. V. Krishna Raju. Grillage analogy. N.UNIT . E. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Vazirani and M. M.Design loads for Abutments.Ratwani. UNIT III Girder Bridges: Introduction-Method of Analysis and Design-Courbon's Theory.Raina.

GR14 Regulations M. Tech – I Year – II Sem.) .) Prerequisites:   Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics Knowledge of Design of RCC Course Objectives:   To make students capable of analyzing and designing various types of structures exhibiting ample safety under probable earthquakes and will be able to analyze and design the structures subjected to earthquake forces. India. Course Outcomes: Student should be able to   Design detail reinforcement for earthquake resistant RC buildings as per IS Code and Apply ductility requirements for the design of structural components. M.. To Understand the Static and Dynamic methods (Response Spectrum Analysis Method) for Earthquake resistant R/C Buildings.P. Kukatpally. Assess existing building structures and provide plans for their effective retrofitting. A. Tech (Structural Engg. Hyderabad – 500 090. EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF BUILDINGS (ELECTIVE -IV) .GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. (Structural Engg.

N.Ductile detailing considerations as per IS 13920.structures.V Ductility Considerations in Earthquake Resistant Design of RC Buildings: IntroductionImpact of Ductility.I Engineering Seismology: Earthquake phenomenon cause of earthquakes-Faults.Categories of masonry buildings.IV Structural Walls and Non-Structural Elements: Strategies in the location of structural wallssectional shapes.Seismic evaluation and retrofitting.II 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 buildingsframing systems-choice of construction materials-unconfined concrete-confined concretemasonry-reinforcing steel. accelerograph.Lateral load resisting systems.Load combinations and permissible stresses. 3.J.Improving seismic behaviour of masonry buildings. Earthquake Resistant Design of structures.Determination of design lateral forces. UNIT .Seismic zones of India.Isolation of non-structures.Behaviour of infill walls.variations in elevation.Elastic properties of masonry assemblage.Seismic design requirements.Terms associated with earthquakes-Magnitude/Intensity of an earthquake-scalesEnergy released-Earthquake measuring instruments-Seismoscope. REFERENCES: . Masonry Buildings: Introduction.Seismic methods of analysis. Introduction to earthquake resistant design: Seismic design requirements-regular and irregular configurations-basic assumptions-design earthquake loads-basic load combinations-permissible stresses-seismic methods of analysis-factors in seismic analysisequivalent lateral force method-dynamic analysis-response spectrum method-Time history method. S.Assessment of Ductility.Prevention of non-structural damage. Oxford University Press.Behaviour of wallsBox action and bands.UNIT .III Reinforced Concrete Buildings: Principles of earthquake resistant deign of RC membersStructural models for frame buildings.Vertical irregularitiesPlan configuration problems. UNIT .Seismic deign methods.Factors affecting Ductility. Behaviour of beams. 2. UNIT .cantilever walls without openings – Failure mechanism of non. Earthquake Resistant Design of structures. Paulay and M. K. John Wiley & Sons.Characteristics of strong ground motions.Lateral distribution of base shear. Duggal. UNIT . TEXT BOOKS: 1.Seismic waves.Case studies. Ltd. Priestly. Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Building. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. columns and joints in RC buildings during earthquakes-Vulnerability of open ground storey and short columns during earthquakes.Effects of non-structural elements on structural system.Plate tectonics.Lateral load analysis of masonry buildings. Seismograph.IS code based methods for seismic design.Equivalent lateral force procedure.. Capacity Based Design: Introduction to Capacity Design.Behaviour of unreinforced and reinforced masonry walls.Analysis of non-structural elements. Pankaj Agarwal and Manish Shrikhande. Capacity Design for Beams and Columns.Requirements for Ductility. T.

R.V. “ Ductile detailing of concrete structures subjected to seismic force” – Guidelines..I. Anand S. Kukatpally. M.1.GR14 Regulations M. New Delhi. GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally.I. Masory and Timber structures including earthquake Resistant Design. A. Earthquake Tips – Learning Earthquake Design and Construction.S.  to understand and to apply the theorems of plastic analysis to setup limits of design appropriately and to evaluate structural performance accordingly Course Outcomes: Student should be able to  Learn the principles of plastic design for beams and frames and apply them to understand collapse mechanism and strength of structural systems against collapse  To Design Steel Frames PLASTIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (ELECTIVE -IV) UNIT – I . Nemchand & Bros.) Prerequisites:  Knowledge of basic structural analysis  Knowledge of stability of structures Course Objectives:  To familiarize with the use of plastic analysis to determine failure modes and corresponding ultimate capacity of steel structural systems. “ Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Building”.. Hyderabad – 500 090.) .Arya. (Structural Engg. 2.I. B.S. 3. “Criteria for Earthquake Resistant – Design of structures. India. Imperial college Press. REFERENCE CODES: 1. New Delhi.” B.. IS:4326-1993.P. Tech – I Year – II Sem. 2. IS: 1893 (Part-1) -2002. 3. IS:13920-1993. Miha Tomazevic.S. Earthquake –Resistant Design of Masonry Building. C. New Delhi.. Murty. Code of Practice B. Tech (Structural Engg.

REFERENCES: 1. Moment check – Carry over factor – Moment Balancing Method. Plastic Analysis.G.Neal.Analysis of Structures for Ultimate Load: Fundamental Principles – statical method of Analysis – Mechanism method of analysis – Method of analysis.V Design of Steel Frames: Introduction – Sinole span frames – simplified procedures for Sinole span frames – Design of Gable frames with Haunched Connection. B. 2. Plastic Design of Steel Frames.II Design of Continuous Beams: Continuous Beams of uniform section throughout – Continuous Beams with different cross-sections. Horve. UNIT .IV Design of Connections: Introduction – requirement for connections – straight corner connections – Haunched connection – Interior Beam-Column connections. UNIT . . UNIT .S. UNIT . L. Ultimate Deflections: Introduction – Deflection at ultimate load – Deflection at working load – Deflections of Beams and Sinole span frames. Plastic Analysis.Beedle. TEXT BOOKS: 1.III Secondary Design Problems: Introduction – Influence of Axial force on the plastic moment – influence of shear force – local buckling of flanges and webs – lateral buckling – column stability.

. (Structural Engg. Tech (Structural Engg.Buckle line of bar with intermediate compressive forces .GR14 Regulations M. Hyderabad – 500 090. To study the concept of buckling and analysis of structural elements Course Outcomes: Student should be able to  Assess the buckling of thin walled bars and lateral buckling of beams and rectangular plates  Apply the approximate methods based on energy to determine the stability of simple systems. India.IV Torsion Buckling: Pure torsion of thin walled bars of open cross section – Non-uniform torsion of thin walled bars of open cross section.P. Tech – I Year – II Sem.built up columns.Buckling of bars on elastic foundations. Experiments and design formulae: Experiments on columns – Critical stress diagram – Empirical formulae for design – various end conditions UNIT . Inelastic lateral Buckling.II Elastic Buckling of bars and frames: Elastic Buckling of straight columns – Effect of shear stress on buckling – Eccentrically and laterally loaded columns. . To evaluate the use of strain energy in plate bending and stability.beam columns with concentrated loads – continuous lateral loads-couples.Buckling of bars with change in cross-section – Effect of shear force on critical load.Torsional buckling – Buckling by torsion and flexure.Double modulus theory – Tangent modulus theory. UNIT – V Lateral buckling of simply supported Beams: Beams of Rectangular cross-section subjected to pure bending. UNIT .GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Autonomous) Bachupally. UNIT . Kukatpally.) . A. To analyze the structural elements for stability.III In Elastic Buckling: Buckle line of straight bar.Buckling of frames-large deflections of buckled bars-Energy methods.) Prerequisites: Strength of Materials Course Objectives:   To make students to learn principles of stability of structures. M.  Know the fundamentals of buckling and stability by total potential energy approach and direct equilibrium approach STABILITY OF STRUCTURES (ELECTIVE -IV) UNIT – I Beam Columns: Differential equations for beam columns.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. Buckling of simply supported Rectangular plates: Derivation of equation of plate subjected to constant compression in one and two directions.

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