COURSE STRUCTURE &

SYLLABI FOR VII SEMESTER

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CIVIL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER-VII
COURSE
CODE
ACE1133
ACE1134
ACE1135
ACE1136

THEORY/LAB

Environmental Engineering-II
Prestressed Concrete
Construction Management
Reinforced Concrete Structures-II
Elective- I
ACE1137 Earthquake Resistant Design
ACE1138 Industrial Waste and
Waste Water Management
ACE1139 Traffic Engineering
AEE1124 Renewable Energy Sources
AEC1132 Satellite Communication
Elective- II
ACE1140 Air Pollution and Control
ACE1141 Ground Improvement Techniques
ACE1142 Advanced Structural Design
ACS1114 Software Development Engineering
AIT 1114 Data Structures For Engineering Applications
ACE1143 Computer Applications in Civil Engg.
ACE1144 Environmental Engg. Lab
ACE11MP Industry Oriented Mini-Project*
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Mini Project to be carried out during the summer vacation after
VI Semester examination
Evaluation at the beginning of the VII Semester
G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous)

2012-13

Solid Waste Management. Industrial Waste-Water Engineering. UNIT-V SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT: Municipal solid wastes – Solid waste characteristics – generation – collection – segregation and transportation G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Hazardous Waste Treatment. legal aspects. OBJECTIVE: Study of Air Pollution Control. Noise Pollution Control.2 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II Course Code : ACE1133 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To introduce the advanced concepts of Environmental Engineering. UNIT-I AIR POLLUTION & NOISE POLLUTION: Sources of Air pollution – Air pollutants – classification – effects on man-vegetation – materials – global effects . UNIT-IV INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT : Theories of Industrial Waste Treatment – Volume Reduction – Strength Reduction – Neutralization – Equalisation – Proportioning – Nitrification and Denitrification – Removal of Phosphates.Noise pollution – Impacts – measurement and control. UNIT-II CONTROL OF AIR POLLUTION : Particulates – gaseous pollutants – MINAS – Air quality (without design) UNIT-III SPECIAL WATER TREATMENT METHODS: Special treatment methods – Reverse Osmosis – Ion Exchange – Ultra filtration – Deflouridation.

K. Suresh. Kataria & Sons. Henry. 1985.W. 9th edition. and Heinke G. 2. treatment & disposal) UNIT-VIII LEGAL ASPECTS OF POLLUTION CONTROL : Legal aspects of Environmental Management – Effluent standards – Air Emission Standards – Water Act – Air Act – Environmental Protection Act – Legal Provisions. Rowe. energy recovery. 1996. Environmental Science and Engineering. Pearson Education. 3. Rao M.K. Air Pollution and Control. 1st Edition 2006. George Tchobanoglous. UNIT-VII ENGINEERED SYSTEM OF WASTE MANAGEMENT: Engineered system of management (cycle / recycle. Tata McGrawHill. Wiley. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1972.N. Walter J. Donald R. S. Weber.Interscience. 1st edition. 2nd edition 2005. 2nd edition. REFERENCES: 1. Peavy. McGraw-Hill. G. J. Environmental Engineering and Management. Bio-medical and Chemical wastes.3 UNIT-VI HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT METHODS : Hazardous wastes – Nuclear. Physico-Chemical process for waste quality control. Howard S.N & Rao H.. Dhameja. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .. 2.

Methods and Systems of Prestressing. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . OBJECTIVE: Understanding the materials used. eccentric.4 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE Course Code : ACE 1134 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM : To study the concept of prestressing. Freyssinet system and Gifford Udall System.S. creep of concrete. UNIT-IV ANALYSIS OF SECTIONS FOR FLEXURE : Analysis of sections for flexure.Code provisions. slip in anchorage bending of member and frictional losses. shrinkage of concrete. UNIT-III LOSSES OF PRESTRESS: Loss of prestress in pre-tensioned and post-tensioned members due to various causes like elastic shortage of concrete. Relaxation of steel. bent and parabolic tendons. types of prestressing. Magnel Blaten system. concentric. analysis and design of PSC members and deflection criteria. prestressing methods. analysis and design of PSC members. Pre-tensioning and post tensioning methods – Analysis of post tensioning – Different systems of pre-stressing like Hoyer system. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Historic development – General principles of prestressing -pre-tensioning and post tensioning – Advantages and limitations of prestressed concrete – Materials – High strength concrete and high tensile steel and their characteristics. UNIT-II PRESTRESSING METHODS : I. Elastic analysis of concrete beams prestressed with straight.

UNIT-VI ANALYSIS OF END BLOCKS: Analysis of end Blocks by Guyon’s method and Mugnel method. cable profile.. shear. 2. & Ned H. John Wiley & Sons. Narosa publications. and principal stresses – design for shear in beams – Kern – lines. 2. UNIT-VII COMPOSITE SECTION : Introduction – Analysis of stress – Differential shrinkage – General designs considerations. 4th edition. 2nd edition.5 UNIT-V DESIGN OF SECTIONS FOR FLEXURE AND SHEAR : Allowable stress. REFERENCES: 1.S. 2007. Prestressed Concrete. Rajagopalan. Lin T. Prestressed Concrete. Tata Mc. 2004. 4th edition. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2006. Ramamrutham S. Burns. All relevant IS Codes Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Design of Prestressed concrete structures. Prestressed Concrete.Graw Hill Publications. Krishna Raju N. UNIT-VIII DEFLECTIONS OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS: Importance of control of deflections – factors influencing deflections – short term deflections of uncracked members prediction of long term deflections. N. Design criteria as per I.Y. 2006. 3rd edition. Anchorage zone stress – Approximate method of design – Anchorage zone reinforcement – Transfer of prestress pre-tensioned members. 3. Dhanpatrai Publications.Code – Elastic design of simple rectangular and I-section for flexure.

personnel requirement and division of work – decentralization – construction supervision and superintendence – pay rolls and records – purchase and delivery of construction material and equipment – percentage completion report – insurance record – project office requirement – organization chart of a small / medium / large construction company (broad outline only) G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .delegation of responsibility.6 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Course Code : ACE 1135 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM: The course is designed to give introduction to various aspects of construction management. construction planning and scheduling including CPM and PERT. quality and safety management and resource management including crashing of activities. UNIT-I CONTRACT MANAGEMENT : Types of contract – contract documents – possible contractual obligations – meaning of specification – tender notice – types – tender documents – earnest money deposit (EMD) and security deposits (SD) – scrutiny and acceptance of a tender – contract agreement – contractual changes and termination of contract – subcontract – rights and duties of sub contractor. UNIT-II CONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATION AND SUPERINTENDENCE: Forms of business organizations – sole proprietorship – partnership – joint stock company-Co-operative society – state enterprise. The course will also cover aspects of alternate dispute resolutions and labour legislations. OBJECTIVE : Overview of construction contracts.

testing. human resources – resources planning – resource leveling and it’s objectives” – Time – cost trade off – crashing – need for crashing an activity – methods & tips for crashing – time vs.finance. Relationship Types – Finish to Start. sampling) importance of safety – causes of accidents – role of various parties (designer / employer / worker) in safety management – benefits – approaches to move safety in construction G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Finish to Finish. Start to Start. variance. critical path method – ES. UNIT-V PRECEDENCE NETWORKS: Creating network logic. Start to Finish. EF. cost optimization curve – cost slope – its significance in crashing. PERT – time estimates – earliest expected time – latest allowable occurrence time – slack. machinery. LS. LF.7 UNIT III PLANNING AND SCHEDULING FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT : Objectives of planning – its advantage to client and engineer – limitations –stages of planning by owner & contractor. Scheduling – definition – its preparation – uses and advantages – classification – methods of scheduling – bar chart – job layout – Gantt chart – work breakdown chart (WBC) UNIT-IV PROJECT MANAGEMENT THROUGH NETWORKS: Activity – Event – Dummies – basic assumptions in creating a network – rules for drawing networks – Fulkerson’s rule for numbering the events. UNIT-VII QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY : Importance of quality – elements of quality – quality assurance techniques (inspection. Floats – significance of critical path UNIT-VI RESOURCE MANAGEMENT : Definition – need for resource management – optimum utilization of resources. Standard deviation. materials.

Sanga Reddy. Dorsey. New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Construction Management and Planning. 2004.. Construction of Structures and Management of Works. Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 2000. 2006. Seetharaman. 3rd edition . Umesh Publications. S. New Delhi. Delmar. Tata Mc. 2004. S.8 UNIT-VIII CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES AND THEIR SETTLEMENT: Introduction – development in disputes – categories of disputes – modes of settlements –Arbitration CONSTRUCTION LABOUR AND LEGISLATION : Need for legislation – Payment of wages Act – Factories Act – Contract labour (Regulation and abolition Act – Employees Provident Fund (EPF) Act. Rangwala. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 4th edition. 2. Construction Management. Sengupta. 1998. Robert.S. Coimbatore. & H. 3. 3rd edition.. Construction Engineering & Management. Prentice-Hall.1999. TEXTBOOKS: 1. Nai Sarak. 2.B. 3..Guha.C. Kumaran Publications. Mincks and Johnston. Case Studies in Building Design and Construction. Charotar Publishing House. Construction Jobsite Management. Narosa Publications.

as per the relevant IS codes.Design principles of cantilever retaining walls with horizontal back fill – With horizontal back fill and traffic load – With sloping back fill. UNIT-IV CANTILEVER RETAINING WALLS : Introduction – Types of retaining walls – Active and passive earth pressure. retaining walls and water tanks.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-II COMBINED FOOTINGS : Introduction – Design of combined rectangular footings – Design of combined trapezoidal footings – MAT foundation – Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. UNIT-III PILE FOUNDATIONS : Types of piles – Load carrying capacity of piles – Group action in piles – Structural design of RC piles – Design of pile cap for 2 or 3 piles only. types of staircases-design of dog-legged staircase-design of open-newel staircase with quarter space landingdesign of stairs with central stringer beam.9 REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES-II Course Code : ACE 1136 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM : To impart concepts of structural engineering required for design of foundations. UNIT-I STAIR CASES : Introduction. OBJECTIVE : The student shall be able to design and detail various types of structure elements.

IS code method for design of circular tanks. 5th edition. UNIT-VIII CIRCULAR WATER TANKS : Introduction – General design requirements according to Indian standard code of practice – Joints in water tanks – Circular tank with flexible joint between floor and wall – Circular tank with rigid joint between floor and wall – Design of Over head tanks . Ashok kumar Jain & Aurn Kumar Jain. Part A consists of two questions in design and drawing out of which one question is to be answered.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared.. FINAL EXAMINATION PATTERN: The end examination pattern should consist of Parts A & B.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. 2008. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Punmia B.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared..10 UNIT-V COUNTER FORT RETAINING WALLS: Design principles of counter fort retaining walls with horizontal back fill – With horizontal back fill and traffic load – With sloping back fill. Part B should consist of five questions out of which three are to be answered. UNIT-VI RECTANGULAR WATER TANKS-I: Introduction – General design requirements according to Indian standard code of practice – Design of on ground and under ground water tanks. Weightage for Part A is 40% and Part B is 60%. Reinforced concrete structures volume – I.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Laxmi publications Pvt. New Delhi. Ltd.C. UNIT-VII RECTANGULAR WATER TANKS-II : Introduction – General design requirements according to Indian standard code of practice –Design of over head water tanks.

Tata Mc Graw Hill.C.. Varghese P. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. 3rd edition. University Press. Prentice hall of India. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Structures. 2007. 2006. Codes: Relevant IS codes. Pillai S. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 4. Prentice hall of India. 2nd edition. Krishna Raju N. 2005. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures. Varghese P..11 2. 4th edition. 2005. 4th edition. 2.C. and Menon D. 3. New Delhi. Reinforced Concrete design. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design.V.

the student shall be able to do the earthquake resistant design and detailing of the buildings. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-III EARTHQUAKE ANALYSIS : Introduction – Rigid base excitation – Formulation of equations of motion for SDOF and MDOF Systems – Earthquake response analysis of single and multi-storied buildings – Use of response spectra.12 EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN (ELECTIVE-I) Course Code : ACE 1137 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To provide the basic knowledge on earthquake resistant design of structures and its detailing. UNIT-II MULTI-DEGREE OF FREEDOM (MDOF) SYSTEMS (limited to 2 DOF): Formulation of equations of motion – Free vibration – Determination of natural frequencies of vibration and mode shapes – Orthogonal properties of normal modes – Mode superposition method of obtaining response. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS : Theory of vibrations – Lumped mass and continuous mass systems – Single Degree of Freedom (SDOF) Systems – Formulation of equations of motion – Un damped and damped free vibration – Damping – Forced vibrations – Response to harmonic excitation – Concept of response spectrum. OBJECTIVE: At the end of the course.

Mario Paz. column and joints. TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT-V EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING : Engineering Seismology – Earthquake phenomenon – Causes and effects of earthquakes – Faults Structure of earth – Plate Tectonics – Elastic Rebound Theory – Earthquake Terminology – Source. Structural Dynamics . 2005.Theory and Computations. Pearson Education 6th edition. UNIT-VI CODAL DETAILING PROVISIONS : Review of the latest Indian Seismic codes IS:4326 and IS:13920 Provisions for ductile detailing of R.C buildings – Beam. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-VII ASEISMIC PLANNING : Plan Configurations – Torsion Irregularities – Re-entrant corners – Non-parallel systems – Diaphragm Discontinuity – Vertical Discontinuities in load path – Irregularity in strength and stiffness – Mass Irregularities – Vertical Geometric Irregularity – Proximity of Adjacent Buildings. Focus. UNIT-VIII SHEAR WALLS : Types – Design of Shear walls as per IS:13920 – Detailing of reinforcements.13 UNIT-IV CODAL DESIGN PROVISIONS : Review of the latest Indian seismic code IS:1893 – 2002 (Part-I) provisions for buildings – Earthquake design philosophy – Assumptions – Analysis by seismic coefficient and response spectrum methods – Displacements and drift requirements – Provisions for torsion. Epicenter etc – Earthquake size – Magnitude and intensity of earthquakes – Classification of earthquakes – Seismic waves – Seismic zones – Seismic Zoning Map of India – Seismograms and Accelerograms.

K. 2008. New Delhi. Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures. South Asian Publishers. International Edition. 4th edition. Bureau of Indian Standards. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Prentice Hall of India.14 2. 2001. Brijesh Chandra. IS Codes: IS:1893. 2. 5th edition. 3. McGraw Hill. Pankaj Agarwal & Manish Shrikhande. Delhi. Chandrasekharan A. 2nd edition.R. Dynamics of Structures. Jai Krishna A. IS:4326 and IS:13920. Pearson Education.. REFERENCES: 1. New Delhi. 2009. Chopra A. 2007. Clough & Penzien. Indian Branch. 3. Elements of Earthquake Engineering. New Delhi. Dynamics of Structures.R. 5th edition.

UNIT-III EFFLUENT DISPOSAL METHODS : Industrial waste water discharges into streams.joint treatment of industrial wastes and domestic sewage – consequent problems. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Waste water treatment primary. secondary and Tertiary treatment.Lakes and oceans and problems – Effluent disposal methods. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .Limitations.15 INDUSTRIAL WASTE AND WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE-I) Course Code : ACE 1138 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To gain knowledge in theory and design of Industrial waste water treatment and understand the process. OBJECTIVE: Industrial processes –Origin of waste water – various treatment methods code of practices – management. UNIT-II TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER: Basic Theories of Industrial Waste water Management – Volume reduction – Strength reduction – Neutralization – Equalization and proportioning. UNIT-IV WASTE WATER MINIMISATION : Recirculation of Industrial Wastes – Use of Municipal Waste Water in Industries – Common Effluent Treatment Plants – Advantages and Suitability .

Waste Water Treatment. New Delhi. TEXT BOOK: 1. Special Characteristics. and Dairy. Mark J.16 UNIT-V TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER FROM SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES–I : Manufacturing Process and design origin of liquid waste from Textiles. Hammer (Jr). 1987. Hammer and Mark J. 2001. Special Characteristics. Oxford & IBH. UNIT-VII TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER FROM SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES–III : Manufacturing Process and design origin of liquid waste from Sugar Mills –Distillers. UNIT-VIII TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER FROM SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES–IV : Manufacturing Process and design origin of Steel Plants. Special Characteristics. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Effects and treatment methods. and Dutta. Oil Refineries. Effects and treatment methods. REFERENCE: 1. Water and Waste Water technology.N. Rao M. Effects and treatment methods. and Pharmaceutical Plants. UNIT-VI TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER FROM SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES–II : Manufacturing Process and design origin of liquid waste from Fertilizers – Thermal Power Plants and Tanneries. Amazon Publications. 6th Edition. Breweries – Effects and treatment methods. 1st edition. Paper and Pulp industries. Special Characteristics.

UNIT-III HIGHWAY CAPACITY: Definition of Capacity – Importance of capacity – Factors affecting Capacity. UNIT-I TRAFFIC CHARACTERISTICS: Basic characteristics of TrafficVolume.17 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE-I) Course Code : ACE 1139 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To introduce the basic concepts of traffic engineering. UNIT-IV PARKING STUDIES: Types of parking facilities – Onstreet and Off Street Parking Facilities.Objectives of Speed Studies.Analysis of Parking Data and parking characteristics-Multi Story Car Parking Facility-Design standards.Relationship among Traffic parameters.Parking Inventory Study – Parking Survey by Patrolling Method.Data Collection and Presentation – Speed Studies – Types of Speeds.Statistical Methods for Analysis of Speed Data.Peak Hour Factor. Speed and Density.Methods of Conducting speed studies.Different Levels of Service. UNIT-II TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT: Traffic Volume Studies-ObjectivesTypes of Volume Studies –Concept of PCU.Parking Studies.Concept of Level of Service.Concept of Service Volume. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . study the traffic controls and regulations.Data collection and Presentation. OBJECTIVE: Over view of the traffic volume studies. detrimental effect of traffic on environment problems of highway capacity.

. Khanna publishers.Standards and Specifications for Road Markings. Mannering and Kilareski. 2. Khisty C.Noise Pollution – Measures to reduce Noise Pollution. Kadiyali L. John Wiley Publications. Animesh Das.Importance of Traffic Control and regulation. Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering. 2nd edition. UNIT-VII TRAFFIC SIGNS AND ROAD MARKINGS : Types of Traffic Signs.Traffic Signals. 3.Traffic Regulatory Measures.Road Safety AuditPrinciples of Road Safety Audit. Principles of Transportation Engineering Prentice Hall of India. 2005.SpecificationsPavement markings.18 UNIT-V TRAFFIC CONTROL & REGULATION: Traffic Problems in Urban areas. 2010. 2. 3rd edition. Prentice Hall( India). Papacostas C.Types of Markings – Lane markings and Object markings. Partha Chakroborthy.S.. Traffic Engineering and Transportation planning. UNIT-VIII HIGHWAY SAFETY : Problem of Highway Safety – Types of Road accidents.Transportation Engineering – An Introduction. 3rd edition.Saturation Flow – Signal Design by Webster Method – Signal Phasing and Timing Diagrams. 2nd Ed. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .K.Causes – Engineering Measures to reduce AccidentsEnforcement Measures – Educational Measures. Regulatory and Informative Signs. REFERENCES: 1. 2004. Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis.Channelisation.cautionary. Prentice Hall. TEXT BOOK: 1. 2005. J. 3rd edition. UNIT-VI TRAFFIC & ENVIRONMENT : Detrimental effect of traffic on environment – Air Pollution – Pollutants due to Traffic – Measures to reduce Air Pollution due to Traffic. 2007.

Hydroelectric Projects. OBJECTIVE: At the end of the course.19 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (ELECTIVE – I) Course Code: AEE1124 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM: To introduce the importance of renewable energy sources – its generation and advantages. fundamentals of Photovoltaic Cells. Hydro-electric power potential. bio-fuels and fuel cells. Oil. Impact of Renewable Energy Generation of Environment. Thermal Pollution. Integrated Gassification Combined Cycle Power Generation. particulates. Hydrocarbons. Nuclear Power. Operational safety in Nuclear Power Safety.Nuclear Fission and Fusion. Disposal of Nuclear waste. UNIT-I ENERGY RESOURCES: GENERATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT : Electrical Energy from conventional sources – Thermal plants. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . l Basics of Wind energy generation. Environmental aspects of Electric Energy Generation – Atmospheric pollution. Gas Turbine Plant. the student understands: l Issues related to conventional energy sources like depletion of fuel its environmental aspects and thus the need of renewable energy sources. Natural Gas. Radioactive Pollution. Energy reserves of India – Coal. l Solar radiation – its measurement and estimation of energy to be generated. Nuclear Power Generation and Environment – Natural Radiation.

G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Solar Thermal Energy Storage. Spectral distribution of Extraterrestrial Radiation. Spacing. p-n junction. Photon energy. Semiconductor materials for Solar Cells. Advantages and disadvantages of Wind Energy system. Sunrise. Transmittivity-Absorptivity product. Selective surfaces. Power Density Duration Curve. Limits to Cell efficiency.20 UNIT-II SOLAR RADIATION AND ITS MEASUREMENT: Solar constant. Efficiency of Solar Cells. Classification Wind Turbines. Sunset and Day length. Photovoltaic Effect. PV Hybrid System. Computation of Cosθ for any location having any orientation. Transmissivity of the cover system – Transmittance considering absorption only. Semi-conductor materials and doping – p-type and n-type semiconductors. Application of PV systems. Selection of Optimum Wind Energy Generator. UNIT-IV SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM – Introduction. Extraction of Wind Turbine Power. Grid Interactive Solar Power System. Effect of design parameters on performance – Heat Transport System. Compound Parabolic Concentrator – Tracking CPC and Solar swing. Wind Power Generation Curve. Types of Rotors. Wind Characteristics. Empirical equation for estimating the availability of solar radiation. Flat Plate Collectors. Aerodynamic Operation of Wind Turbines. Grid interfacing of a Wind Farm. Performance analysis of a liquid flat-plate collector. Thermodynamic limits to concentration. Laws of Thermal Radiation. Modes of Wind Power Generation. Methods of Grid connection. Wind Energy Extraction. Performance analysis of Cylindrical Parabolic Collector. Solar Radiation Measurements and data for India. Total loss coefficient and Heat Losses. UNIT-V WIND ENERGY: Introduction. Terrestrial Solar Radiation. Performance analysis of CPC. Terms used in Wind Energy. Fermi level. Grid system and properties. Mean Wind speed and Energy estimation. Solar Radiation Geometry. UNIT-III SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY COLLECTORS: Introduction. Number of Covers. Solar Concertrating collectors – Types.

Tiwari and Ghosal. Geothermal Resources – Hydrothermal resource. Fuel Cells – Introduction.D. Classification of Water Turbines. G. Power Generation from Liquid Waste.”Non-conventional Energy Sources”. Geothermal Power Generation. TIDAL ENERGY : Introduction to Tidal Energy.Rai.C. Energy Recovery from Urban Waste. Plate Tectonic Theory. Development of a Tidal Power Scheme. TEXT BOOK: 1. Advantages of Fuel Cell power plants. UNIT-VIII GEOTHERMAL ENERGY: Introduction to Geothermal energy. D. UNIT-VII BIOMASS ENERGY: Introduction. Advantages and disadvantages of Tidal Power. Biogas Plants. Magma. Tidal characteristics. PHI Learning Private Limited. Important components of Tidal Power Plant. 2. Major components of small Hydropower Projects. Second Edition. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. K. “Renewable Energy Sources and Emerging Technologies”. Vapour-dominated Resource. Tidal Energy Estimation.Singal and Rakesh Ranjan. Classification of Small Hydropower Stations. 2009. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Biomass cogeneration.P. 2005. Fuel Cell batterypowered Bus System. Specific Speed. Producer Gas. “Renewable Energy Sources”. Geopressured Resource.21 UNIT-VI SMALL HYDROPOWER: Introduction. Fuel Cell types.1997. Power Generation from Landfill Gas. Khanna Publications Limited. Low-Head Small Hydro Power Projects. Principle of operation of an Acidic fuel cell. Power Equation.Kothari. structure of the Earth’s interior. Energy and Power in a Double Cycle System. Biogas. Biomass Resources – Biofuels. Narosa Publications.

orbital parameters. CATV. C/No. UNIT-III EARTH SEGMENT : Earth Station Technology— Terrestrial Interface. Attitude and Orbit control. station keeping.Structure. Test Equipment Measurements on G/T. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . MATV. UNIT-II SPACE SEGMENT : Spacecraft Technology. Antenna Systems TVRO. Primary power. geo stationary and non Geo-stationary orbits – Look Angle Determination.Limits of visibility – eclipse-Sub satellite point –Sun transit outage-Launching Procedures launch vehicles and propulsion. Antenna Gain. Transmitter and Receiver. communication Payload and supporting subsystems. UNIT-I SATELLITE ORBITS : Kepler’s Laws.22 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION (ELECTIVE-I) (Common to all branches) Pre-requisites: None Course Code: AEC1132 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM: Students will learn Satellite Systems and Communications applications comprehensively and apply this knowledge for understanding the existing Modern Satellite Applications. Newton’s law. OBJECTIVE: The flow of the syllabus enables students to understand the subject from basics to advanced technologies on Satellite Communications and get prepared for Industry and will not be needing extensive training on these aspects. orbital perturbations. Thermal control and Propulsion. Telemetry. EIRP. Tracking and command.

23 UNIT-IV SATELLITE LINK DESIGN : Satellite uplink and downlink Analysis and Design. details.2007. multiple access: FDMA. Data. 2nd edition. Analog – digital transmission system. Horizontal sync. Assignment Methods. inter modulation and interference. E/N calculation. Functions of vertical pulse train.Direct to home Broadcast (DTH). UNIT-VII PRINCIPLES OF TV & BROADCASTING : Gross structure. Channel bandwidth. Fine structure. MEO. bandwidth allocations for colour transmission. Business TV(BTV).performance impairmentssystem noise. UNIT-V SATELLITE ACCESS : Modulation and Multiplexing: Voice. New Age International. “Monochrome and colour television”. Scanning. Video conferencing. Image continuity. Tri T. Digital video Broadcast. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Propagation Characteristics and Frequency considerations. Ha. flicker. 1990. vestigial side band transmission. GPS. Specialized services – E –mail. number of scanning lines. McGraw-Hill.World space services. Internet. Satellite Navigational System. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . LEO. Spread Spectrum communication. link budget. Mobile satellite services: GSM. INSAT.System reliability and design lifetime. ‘Digital Satellite Communication’. compression – encryption. VSAT.Vertical sync. Digital audio broadcast (DAB). GRAMSAT. TDMA. UNIT-VI SATELLITE APPLICATIONS-COMMUNICATIONS : INTELSAT Series. interlaced scanning. INMARSAT. R R Gulati . Tonal Gradation. UNIT-VIII SATELLITE APPLICATIONS-BROADCAST : Direct Broadcast satellites (DBS). CDMA. Video. details. 2. Video signal dimensions. Scanning sequence details.

3.24 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Suyderhoud. Hendri G. Prentice Hall. Bruce R. ‘Satellite Communication Systems-Design Principles”. Wilbur L. 1997. 4. Richharia. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 2007. Robert A. ‘Design of Geosynchronous Space Craft. N. Nelson. 1986.Agarwal. Artech House Bostan London. Elbert. ‘The Satellite Communication Applications’ Hand Book. Macmillan 2003 2. M. ‘Satellite Communication Systems Engineering’. Prentice Hall/ Pearson. Pritchard.

UNIT-II EFFECT OF AIR POLLUTANTS : Effects of Air pollutants on man.. Wind forces. Ozone Holes etc. Moisture and relative Humidity.stationary and mobile sources. Influence of Meteorological phenomena on Air Quality-wind rose diagrams. Air Quality Management and legal aspects. Significance and Episodes. UNIT-III THERMODYNAMICS OF AIR POLLUTION : Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Air-pollution – Applications in the removal of gases like SOx. material and vegetation: Global effects of air pollution – Green House effect. to analyse causes and effects. Pressure. strategic planning for control of air pollution. OBJECTIVE: Sources – Air pollutants classification – design and operation of control units. Scope. properties of atmosphere. CO. NOx.Point. HC etc. Computation and Control of products of combustion. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Line and Areal Sources of air pollution. Heat. Acid Rains. UNIT-IV METEOROLOGY OF AIR POLLUTION : Meteorology and plume Dispersion. point and Non. Air Pollutants – Classifications – Natural and Artificial – Primary and Secondary. air-fuel ratio. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Air Pollution – Definitions. Heat Islands.25 AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL (ELECTIVE-II) Course Code : ACE 1140 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To understand atmospheric pollution.

Trivedy R. Kakinada. Air pollution.S.V. Equipment modifications. Murali Krishna VSG K. Process Changes. dry and wet methods of removal and recycling.. UNIT-VI AIR POLLUTION CONTROL – PARTICULATE MATTER : Control of particulates – Control at Sources. 2nd Edition 2009. 2nd Edition. 3rd Edition. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Electrostatic precipitators.N. process changes.Graw Hill Company. Air Pollution. Air pollution.K.and Rao H. filters Dry and Wet scrubbers. REFERENCE: 1. B. UNIT-VIII AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT : Air Quality Management – Monitoring of SPM. Tata Mc.N. Equipments – Settling Chambers. Gaussian Model for Plume Dispersion. 1998. 3. Conduct of Air pollution survey. New York. Pressure Systems. 2nd edition. Design and operation of control. Wark and Warner.K and Goel P. NO and CO Emission Standards. 2. Publications.. Rao M. Harper & Row. Winds and moisture plume behavior and plume Rise Models. 1989.26 UNIT-V AIR POLLUTION MODELLING : Lapse Rates. Centrifugal separators. Kushal &Co. SO. An introduction to Air pollution. UNIT-VII AIR POLLUTION CONTROL – GASEOUS : General Methods of Control of NOx and SOx emissions – In-plant Control Measures.

Impact at depth. UNIT-IV IN – SITU DENSIFICATION METHODS IN COHESIVE SOILS: Preloading or dewatering. UNIT-V STABILISATION : Methods of stabilization-mechanical-cement.Horizontal wells-foundation drains-blanket drains. UNIT-II GROUTING : Objectives of grouting.27 GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES (ELECTIVE-II) Course Code : ACE 1141 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To study the various techniques of improving various soils to improve their load carrying capacity. UNIT-III IN-SITU DENSIFICATION METHODS IN COHESIONLESS SOILS : Vibration at the ground surface.sumps and interceptor ditches.single. Impact at the Ground Surface. UNIT-I DEWATERING : Methods of de-watering. OBJECTIVE: Study of various materials and methods to improve a soil. Sand wick geodrains – Stone and lime columns – thermal methods. Vertical drains – Sand Drains.hydraulic fracturing in soils and rocks.post grout test.grouts and their propertiesgrouting methods. descending and stage grouting. multi stage well points – vacuum well points.criteria for selection of fill material around drains –Electro-osmosis .limeG V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Vibration at depth.ascending.

Xanthakos P.P. Abramson. 2.R. Ground Control and Improvement. Ground Improvement. Improvement of expansive soils – Foundation techniques in expansive soils – under reamed piles.W and Bruce. Purushotham Raj.. D. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . TEXT BOOKS: 1. granular pile anchor technique. 3rd edition. Robert M. Ground Improvement Techniques. UNIT-VII GEOSYNTHETICS : Geotextiles. stabilization of expansive soils. 1st edition. 2nd edition. Blackie Academic and Professional. Functions and applications – geogrids and geomembranes – functions and applications. 2001. 1st edition. 1998. Laxmi Publications. 2. 3. Designing with Geosynthetics. Moseley M. sodium silicate and gypsum UNIT-VI REINFORCED EARTH : Principles – Components of reinforced earth – factors governing design of reinforced earth walls – design principles of reinforced earth walls. 1996.1992.Types.tests for identification – methods of determination of swell pressure. Sand cushion.A John Wiley and Sons. Koerner.28 bituminous-chemical stabilization with calcium chloride. 3rd edition. McGraw-Hill. Engineering Principles of Ground Modification. 2009. L. CNS technique.. Hausmann M. UNIT–VIII EXPANSIVE SOILS : Problems of expansive soils – Mechanism of swelling. Prentice Hall.P. REFERENCES: 1.

UNIT-V PORTAL FRAMES : Introduction – Analysis and design of portal frames G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-IV BUNKERS AND SILOS : Introduction – difference between bunker & silo – concepts of loading and design. grid floors. storage structures and steel bridges as per the relevant IS : codes UNIT-I FLAT SLABS : Introduction – Components of flat slab constructionIndian code Recommendations (IS : 456 -2000). OBJECTIVE : The student shall be able to design and detail flat slabs.29 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN ( ELECTIVE-II) Course Code : ACE 1142 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To impart concepts of structural engineering required for different types of floors.Direct design method – Equivalent frame method – Shear in flat slabs – Detailing of flat slabsReinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. storage structures and bridges. UNIT-III DESIGN OF MULTI-STORIED FRAMES: Analysis by substitute frame method – Analysis of lateral loads by approximate methodsReinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. UNIT-II GRID FLOORS: Introduction – Analysis and design of grid floors – analysis of rectangular grid floors by Timoshenkos plate theoryReinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared.

2005. Ltd.Detailed drawings must be prepared. Graw hill Publishing Company. Tata Mc. New Age International Pvt. REFERENCES: 1. 6th edition.2008. Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain. Advanced RCC Design. TEXT BOOKS: 1. FINAL EXAMINATION PATTERN: The end examination pattern should consists of Parts A & B.. Ltd. 3rd Edition..U. 2008. 2. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. 2007. Pillai S. Codes: Relevant IS: codes. Varghese P. 2nd edition. Reinforced concrete design.2. 2009. 5th edition. UNIT-VII PLATE GIRDER BRIDGES: Analysis and design of Plate girder bridges. Design of Steel Structures.C.S. and Menon D. 3.. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . New Delhi.K.. UNIT-VIII LIGHT GAUGE STEEL STRUCTURES: Introduction – shapes – definitions – local buckling of plate elements – specifications – design of compression and flexural numbers. 2. Reinforced concrete structures Vol. New Delhi. 3. Mc Graw Hill Publishers. 4th edition. Punmia B.. Part A consists of two questions in design and drawing out of which one question is to be answered. Part B should consist of three questions out of which two are to be answered. Laxmi publications Pvt.. Bhavikatti S.30 UNIT-VI CHIMNEYS : Introduction to chimneys – Parts of chimney – Stress in RC shafts due to self weight and wind loads – Stress due to temperature difference – Design of RC chimneys. Duggal S. Advanced Reinforced concrete structures. Weightage for Part A is 40% and Part B is 60%. Ltd.Detailed drawings must be prepared..C..

OBJECTIVES: l To provide an understanding of the various processes software engineers may employ in developing contemporary software systems l To examine all phases of the software development life cycle. a process framework. l To develop an understanding of the skills required to analyze and design software systems. process patterns. process assessment.II) Course Code: ACS1114 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM : l The aim of this course is to provide general background on the Engineering of Software Development process to students in non computer science departments such as civil. chemical. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . etc. mechanical. Changing Nature of Software. from initial planning through implementation and maintenance. A GENERIC VIEW OF PROCESS: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING : A layered technology. electrical engineering.31 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE. The Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). Software Myths. l To develop an understanding of the tools and techniques employed in contemporary software engineering. l To demonstrate the application of software quality concepts. l To demonstrate an appreciation of good practices in software engineering. personal and team process models. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING: The evolving role of software.

SYSTEM MODELS : context models.32 UNIT-II PROCESS MODELS: The waterfall model. Different Types of Testing. user requirements. UNIT-IV DESIGN ENGINEERING : Design process and Design quality. The Unified process. System requirements. UNIT-V OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN : Objects and Object classes. Requirements elicitation and analysis. Requirements management. interface Analysis. Architectural styles and Patterns. the Software Requirements document. UNIT-VI TESTING STRATEGIES: A strategic approach to software testing. User interface analysis and design. the design model. Interface specification. An Object Oriented design process. Evolutionary process Models. Design concepts. PERFORMING USER INTERFACE DESIGN: Golden rules. the art debugging. UNIT-III REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING PROCESS : Feasibility studies.Design Evolution. interface design steps. SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS : Functional and non-functional requirements. Architectural Design. CREATING AN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN : Software Architecture. structured Methods. Verification Testing and Validation Testing. Data models. object models. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Incremental process models. Requirements validation. Design evaluation. Data design. agile methodology. the strategies for conventional Software. Behavioral models.

Meaning. Roger S. 2008.33 UNIT-VII Client Server Systems . 2. A Practitioner’s Approach. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. Data Mining – Concepts and Techniques.Meaning. Rojer S Pressman. Software Engineering. 2008. 2nd Edition. Jiawel and Kamber Micheline. 7th Edition. Architecture and Design Data warehouse System ..Meaning. TMH. Architecture and Design Introduction to RAD Tool ( 3-4 lab sessions included ) UNIT-VIII Write Software Development Specifications that include System Analysis and System design for a) b) A Web Based Application System A Data warehouse Application system TEXT BOOKS: 1. Han. Architecture and Design Web based Systems . Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .

bubble sort. Towers of Hanoi. GCD computation. Fibonacci Search. Linear and binary recursion.34 DATA STRUCTURES FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS (ELECTIVE. recursive algorithms for factorial function. Linear Search. OBJECTIVE : To make students understand the software design techniques for solving engineering applications of their discipline UNIT-I RECURSION AND LINEAR SEARCH : Preliminaries of algorithm. Recursion: Definition. Transpose Sequential. selection sort. Interpolation Search. Fibonacci sequence. quick sort.II) Course Code: AIT1114 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM : To empower students to build efficient software applications with suitable data structures. Binary Search. insertion sort. UNIT-III SORTING TECHNIQUES : Basic concepts. merge sort. Chapter 12 from Text Book 1 UNIT-IV STACKS : Basic Stack Operations. 2 from Text Book 1 UNIT-II SEARCHING TECHNIQUES : Introduction. Design Methodology and Implementation of recursive algorithms. Search. Chapter 15 from Text Book 2. Algorithm analysis and complexity. Chapters 1. Representation of a Stack using G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .

Representation of Binary Trees using arrays and linked lists. 2010. “Data Structure with C”. Implementation of Queue Operations using Stack. Priority Queues. 2nd Edition. Reversing a single linked list. 1st Edition. Binary Tree Traversals (recursive). Chapter 4 from Text Book 1. Chapter 6 from Text Book 2. UNIT-VII LINKED LISTS : Introduction. UNIT-V QUEUES : Basic Queues Operations. Forouzan. Evaluating Arithmetic Expressions. Dequeue.Enqueue. GAV PAI. Tata McGraw-Hill. 2009. Chapter 3 from Text Book 1. Circular linked list. Double linked list. TMH.35 Arrays. Factorial Calculation. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . In-fixto postfix Transformation. Circular Queues. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Thomson. Stack Applications: Reversing list. UNIT-VI APPLICATIONS OF QUEUES : Applications of Queues. Chapter 8 from Text Book 2. representation of a linked list in memory. Binary Trees: Properties. Creation of binary tree from in-order and pre(post)order traversals. Seymour Lipschutz. “Data Structures and Algorithms”. Operations on a single linked list. UNIT-VIII TREES : Basic tree concepts. merging two single linked lists into one list. operations on a Binary tree . single linked list. 2. Representation of a Queue using array. REFERENCES: 1. Gilberg & Behrouz A. 1st Edition. Chapter 4 from Text Book 1. 2007. Richard F. “ Data Structures”.

2009 Horowitz. 2nd Edition. Freed. 2009. 3. Anderson “Fundamentals of Data Structure in C”. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Debasis . PHI.Samanta “Classic Data Structures”. Note : A small application may be implemented in software from their respective disciplines at the end of the course.36 2. 2nd Edition. University Press.Sahni.

Analysis of 3D frames for combined gravity and lateral loads. 8. Analysis of 3D frames for gravity loads.37 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING Course Code : ACE 1143 L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 AIM : To provide basic knowledge on Computer Applications in Civil Engineering. 3. 4. earth work calculations. OBJECTIVE: The student must be able to analyse multi-storied frames. 9. sewer pipe design and slope stabilities. Analysis of beams. Calculation of earth pressures on retaining wall and assessment of slope stability of a finite slope. EXERCISES: 1. 11. Determination of safe bearing capacity of soil using C. Note : At least 8 of the above experiments to be conducted. 10. Determine the fundamental frequency and mode shapes for a given structure. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 7. using various civil engineering softwares. Analysis of trusses. Analysis of 2D frames for lateral loads. Analysis of 2D frames for gravity loads. To design the pipe network for a sewer line. Calculation of area and volume for a given block level survey data and to plot the contours. 12. 2. 5. Analysis of 3D frames for lateral loads 6.

STAAD PRO or Equivalent.38 SOFTWARES: 1. GEOSLOPE or Equivalent. TURBO-C compiler. SEWER CAD 4. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . SURFER 3. 2. 6. 5. GEO-5 or Equivalent.

Determination of total Phosphates. OBJECTIVE: The student must be able to conduct various tests on water. 8. Determination of B. 12. Standard Methods for Analysis of Water and Waste Water – APHA REFERENCES : 1. Sawyer and Mc. Determination of Nitrogen. 7. Determination of Optimum coagulant dose 5. Determination of Chlorine demand. Determination of Chlorides. Determination of Alkalinity/Acidity.D 9.39 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB Course Code : ACE 1144 L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 AIM : To gain knowledge for water quality testing in accordance to IS standards. determination of conductivity of Total dissolved solids. Determination and Estimation of total solids. 6. 4. Relevant IS Codes and Water & Waste Water Analysis Manual of ICMR or NEERI. Determination of Dissolved Oxygen. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .D 11. Determination of pH turbidity 2. Note : At least 8 of the above experiments are to be conducted. Carty. 2. TEXT BOOKS: 1. organic solids inorganic solids.O.O. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 3. Determination of C.

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41 SEMESTER VIII COURSE CODE THEORY/LAB ACE1145 Bridge Engineering Elective-III ACE1146 Finite Element Methods ACE1147 Transportation Planning and Design ACE1148 Soil Dynamics & Machine Foundations AEE1140 Electrical Safety Management AEE1141 Engineering Ethics AME1150 Fluid Power Systems ACH1148 Optimization Techniques Elective-IV ACE1149 Advanced Structural Analysis ACE1150 Environmental Impact Assessment & Management ACE1151 Advanced Foundation Engineering ACE1153 Green Buildings and Infrastructure ACE1154 Introduction to Aircraft Structures AEE1142 Design Concepts for Engineers ACE11SM Seminar ACE11CV Comprehensive Viva ACE11PW Project work Total L T P C 4 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 3 2 0 4 9 12 12 0+ 12 30 G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .

R.Impact effect.Horizontal forces due to water currents –Buoyancy effect. UNIT-II STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROAD BRIDGES : Width of carriageway. UNIT-IV REINFORCED CONCRETE T-BEAM BRIDGES : Introduction – Analysis And Design of T – Beam Girder bridges.C.Loads to be considered. analysis and design of box culverts. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .Clearances. loadingsApplication of live loads on deck slabs – Wind load – Longitudinal forcesCentrifugal forces.R. UNIT-I GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR ROAD BRIDGES: Introduction – Site selection – Soil exploration for site – Selection of bridge type – Economical span – Number of spans – Determination of HFL – General arrangement drawing.Review of I.C.Earth pressure.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared.Dead load – I. standard live loads.slab culverts – pipe culverts. OBJECTIVE : The student shall be able to design and do the detailing of bridges using relevant IS codes. UNIT-III CULVERTS: Introduction.42 BRIDGE ENGINEERING Course Code : ACE 1145 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To acquire basic knowledge in designing various bridge components.

Johnson victor D. Weightage for Part A is 40% and Part B is 60%. 2006. Krishna Raju N. components of well foundation – pile foundations – designs not included. FINAL EXAMINATION PATTERN: The end examination pattern should consist of Parts A & B. Mc Graw-Hill Publication.43 UNIT-V DESIGN OF SUBSTRUCTURE: Analysis and Design of Abutments and pier. Ponnu Swamy.design and detailing-Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. UNIT-VI BRIDGE BEARINGS: Bearings. Oxford. forces on bearings.. UNIT-VIII DESIGN OF THREE HINGED ARCH BRIDGES : Introductionprimary loads and stresses.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. UNIT-VII BRIDGE FOUNDATIONS : Types of foundations.Reinforcement detailing and bar bending schedule need to be prepared. IBH publishing Co. 3. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 2008. basics for selection of bearings. 4th edition. Bridge Engineering. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Ltd. 2.. Part B should consist of three questions out of which two are to be answered... 2008.. well foundation – open well foundation. Part A consists of two questions in design and drawing out of which one question is to be answered. 7th edition. expansion joints. closed joints. Essentials of Bridge Engineering. design of elastomeric bearings. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Design of Bridges. Ltd. 4th edition.

Swami Saran. 5th edition.R. Analysis and Design of sub-structures. 3. Jayaram. 2009. 2006. Design of Concrete Bridges.. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Vazirani. Jagadish T. 2.44 REFERENCES : 1. Oxford IBH publishing co ltd. Design of Bridge Structures. 2006. Khanna Publishers. & M. 2nd edition. 2nd edition. Ratvani & Aswani.A.

OBJECTIVE: To introduce fundamentals & significance of FEM. Requirements of an ideal method. Merits and Demerits and Applications of Finite element Method. History. plane strain and axi-symmetric bodies by FEM . Equilibrium Equations. Mathematical modeling of Physical problems. UNIT-II PRE-REQUISITES OF FEM – II (Theory of Elasticity) Introduction – Concept of Stress and Strain. To understand the concept of solving ID. Principle of Virtual Work method. 2D. Plane Strain and Axisymmetric Problems. Strain-Displacement Relationships. UNIT-I PRE-REQUISITES OF FEM – I (Methods of Structural Analysis): Classification of Problems in Structural Mechanics. Ritz and Rayleigh-Ritz method.III) Course Code : ACE 1146 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To impart prerequisites and basic concepts of finite element method as applicable to 1D and 2D structural mechanical problems. Concept of Finite element Method – Perimeter of Circle. Weak form development. Notation.To understand the concept of Isoparametric formulation. Sign Convention and Assumptions in Theory of Elasticity. StressStrain Relationships. Strain Compatibility Equations and Stress Compatibility Equations for 1D. Plane Stress. 2D plane stress. 3D.45 FINITE ELEMENT METHODS (ELECTIVE . UNIT-III INTRODUCTION TO FEM : Limitations of Methods of Structural Analysis. Finite element Method based G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Methods of Structural Analysis – Basic concepts of Strain Energy and Unit Load method.

S. UNIT-V FORMULATION OF ELEMENT STIFFNESS MATRIX. UNIT-VI ISO-PARAMETRIC FORMULATION .M : Stiffness Matrix for a Two noded Truss Element. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . SHAPE FUNCTIONS AND STRAIN DISPLACEMENT MATRIX Element Stiffness matrix Equation – Derivation of [K] = +” [B]T[D][B]dV based on Principle of Minimization of Total Potential Energy and Principle of Virtual Work.Descritization – Element Shapes – Factors affecting choice of element shapes. Steps involved in FEM as applicable to Structural Mechanics Problems. Three noded Truss Element and Two noded Beam Element in Local.46 Softwares.T elements.T and L. subparametric and super parametric Elements. Plane Stress. Static Condensation – Necessity.S. 2D.E. Degree of Polynomial and accuracy of solution. Finite Element mesh – Factors affecting Element size/number of elements. Stiffness Matrix for a Three noded C. Shape Functions – Characteristics/Properties of shape functions – Methods of Determining shape functions. Aspect Ratio. Requirements for location of nodes. 3D. Elements for 1D. Procedure for Formulation. Four noded and Eight noded Rectangular Elements and Four noded Quadrilateral Elements in Global Co-ordinate System. UNIT-VII 2D ANALYSIS USING F. Assemblage of Element Stiffness Matrices – Methods of Assemblage and Formulation of Structure Stiffness matrix. Shape functions for Isoparametric Elements.Isoparametric. Natural and Generalised Co-ordinate Systems. Factors affecting Nature (single/two variable) and Degree of Polynomial to be chosen. Nodes – Types of nodes. Different models and suitability of polynomial. Choice of displacement interpolation model – Requirements of an ideal Displacement Interpolation model. Plane Strain and Axi-symmetric Problems. UNIT-IV DESCRITIZATION AND CHOICE OF DISPLACEMENT MODEL . Global (2D).

Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Prentice Hall of India. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis. 3rd edition.Plesha. 3rd edition. Tirupati. 3. New Age International Publishers. 3. Finite Elements Methods in Engineering. Tata McGraw Hill. Krishna Murthy C..47 UNIT-VIII APPLICATION OF F. 2nd edition.R. Belegundu. Text Book of Finite Element analysis. 2002. 2.Analysis of 2D –Truss. 2005. 2D –Truss with initial Strain/ Rise in Temperature.S. John Wiley & Sons. Fixed beams. Finite Element Analysis.M TO STRUCTURAL MECHANICS PROBLEMS . Analysis of Propped Cantilevers. 2010.. David S. 2003. 2nd edition. REFERENCES : 1. Bhavakatti S.Graw Hill Publishers. Finite Element analysis – Theory & Programming. Portal Frames and Plates. New Delhi. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Chandraputla and Ashok D. Malkus and Michael E. Robert D. Continuous beams. 3rd edition. Pearson Education Publications. 2. Tata Mc. 2001. David V Hutton. Seshu P.S. 2010.E.Cook. 2nd edition.. Finite Element Analysis.

purpose – travel demand as a function of independent variables – Assumptions in demand estimation. Goods Taxi. UNIT-IV TRIP GENERATION MODELS : Factors governing Trip Generation and Attraction : Multiple linear Regression Models – Category analysis. Sequential and sequential Recursive models.III) Course Code : ACE 1147 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To introduce the basic concepts of Transportation Planning. Aggregate and disaggregate Models – Director Demand Models. Expansion factors and Accuracy check : Desire line diagram and use. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-III DATA COLLECTION AND INVENTORIES : Definition of study area – Zoning principles . Road side interview surveys.48 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (ELECTIVE . Route mode. types and sources of Data. sampling techniques . Home Interview surveys . concept of travel demand. OBJECTIVE: Overview of the transportation planning process. IPT surveys . UNIT-II TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROCESS : General concept of Trip – Trip Generation – Trip Distribution – Traffic assignment and mode split . UNIT-I CONCEPT OF TRAVEL DEMAND : Travel characteristics – origin. transportation models and modal split concept. Destination. relation between land use and travel – four step process of Transportation planning.

S. 8th Ed. REFERENCES : 1. 4th Ed. Factors affecting mode split – Probit logit and Descriminant Analysis. 2nd Ed. Prentice Hall. minimum path trees . Introduction to Transportation Planning.. Concept of Gravity Model.J. Khanna Publishers.An Introduction. UNIT-VIII ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF TRANSPORTATION PLANS : Costs and benefits of transportation projects . 2006. internal rate of return method. Hutchinson of London. Fratar Method .. diversion curves. Average Growth Factor Method .. Furness Method .J. limitation of Growth Factor Models . Delhi. time saving. methods of economic evaluation – benefit cost ratio method – net present value method . Khisty C. 2005.. UNIT-VII TRANSPORTATION AND ENVIRONMENT : Detrimental effect of Traffic on Environment : Noise Pollution : Air pollution : Vibrations : Visual Intrusion – Effects and remedial measures. 2009 2. Kadiyali L.R. Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning. UNIT-VI TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT AND MODE SPLIT : PURPOSE OF ASSIGNMENT AND GENERAL PRINCIPLES: Assignment Techniques – All-or-nothing assignment : Multiple route assignment : Capacity resistant method. Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Prentice Hall. Papa Costas C.49 UNIT-V TRIP DISTRIBUTION MODELS METHODS OF TRIP DISTRIBUTION : Growth Factor Models – Uniform Growth Factor Method . Transportation Engineering. 2008. accident costs . vehicle operating cost . 2. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Bruton M. 3rd Ed.

UNIT-III WAVE PROPAGATION : Elastic waves in Rods – Waves in elastic Half space. UNIT-IV DYNAMIC SOIL PROPERTIES : Field and Laboratory methods of determination – Uphole. Down hole and cross hole methods – Cyclic plate load test – Block vibration test – Determination of Damping factor.III) Course Code : ACE 1148 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To study the influence of vibration on soil mass. permissible amplitudes and bearing pressure. OBJECTIVE: Analysis and design of foundation subjected to vibrations. Design criteria. UNIT-V MACHINE FOUNDATIONS : Types. UNIT-I THEORY OF VIBRATIONS : Basic definitions.free and forced vibrations with and without damping for single degree freedom systemResonance and its effect – magnification – Logarithmic decrement – Transmissibility UNIT-II NATURAL FREQUENCY OF FOUNDATION – SOIL SYSTEM: Barkan’s and IS methods – pressure bulb concept – Pauw’s Analogy. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .50 SOIL DYNAMICS AND MACHINE FOUNDATIONS (ELECTIVE .

Tata McGraw Hill. 2000. 2) Shamsher Prakash. Prentice Hall. and Vaidyanathan G. Handbook of Machine Foundations. Dynamics of Bases and Foundations. 1981. McGraw Hill Publishing.. 1999. 1st Ed. 2nd edition. John Wiley publications. 2nd edition. 1970.V. REFERENCES: 1) Barkan. 2) Richart. 3rd edition. UNIT-VIII VIBRATION ISOLATION: Types and methods – Isolating materials and their properties TEXT BOOKS: 1) Srinivasulu P.51 UNIT-VI BLOCK FOUNDATION : Degrees of freedom .analysis under different modes of vibration UNIT-VII DESIGN OF FOUNDATIONS FOR RECIPROCATING AND IMPACT MACHINES: Analysis of Two Degree freedom systems under free and forced vibrations -Principles of Design of Foundations for reciprocating and impact machines as per IS code. Hall and Woods. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Vibration of Soils and Foundations. Soil Dynamics.

52 ELECTRICAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE – III) Course Code: AEE 1140 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM : To familiarize with the Electrical Safety in hazardous areas and to provide basic precautions in engineering practices. principles of electrical safety. objectives of safety and security measures. OBJECTIVE: To understand various electrical rules and acts. burns and scalds and Heat exhaustion UNIT-III ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN RESIDENTIAL. who is exposed. Fire prevention and Fire Fighting. Approaches to prevent Accidents. safety precautions in electrical systems UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL SAFETY : Terms and definitions. residential buildings and shops. UNIT-II ELECTRICAL SHOCKS THEIR PREVENTION AND FIRST AID: Primary and secondary electrical shocks. External Cardiac massage. burns. possibilities of getting electrical shock and its severity. scope of subject electrical safety. and voltage. Artificial respiration. flash shocks. medical analysis of electric shocks and its effects. safety precautions against contact shocks. Hazards associated with electric current. COMMERCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL INSTALLATIONS : Wiring and fitting – G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . First Aid: first principles of actions after electric shocks. Control of bleeding. shocks due to flash/ Spark overs. prevention of shocks.

Functional Requirement of earthing system.personal protective equipment – safety clearance notice – safety precautions – safeguards for operator’s safety. UNIT-IV SAFETY DURING INSTALLATION. UNIT-VIII REVIEW OF IE RULES AND ACTS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE : Objective and scope – ground clearances and section clearances – standards on electrical safety . Management Safety Policy. voltage – earthing G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . TESTING AND COMMISSIONING. equipments for hazardous locations – Classification of equipment enclosure for various hazardous gases and vapours – classification of equipment/enclosure for hazardous locations. . Methods of Earthing Generators Neutrals. neutral grounding( System Grounding). Motivation to managers. UNIT-V ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN HAZARDOUS AREAS : Hazardous zones – class 0. flashovers and corona discharge and functional requirements – Specifications of electrical plants. UNIT-VII SAFETY MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS : Principles of Safety Management. Types of Grounding.53 Domestic appliances – water tap giving shock – shock from wet wall – fan firing shock – multi-storied building – Temporary installations – Agricultural pump installation – Do’s and Don’ts for safety in the use of domestic electrical appliances. supervisors. Equipment Earthing. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE: Preliminary preparations – safe sequence – risk of plant and equipment – safety documentation – field quality and safety . UNIT-VI EQUIPMENT EARTHING AND SYSTEM NEUTRAL EARTHING: Introduction. Distinction between system grounding and Equipment Grounding.safe limits of current. safety auditing.1 and 2 – spark. employees. Safety organization. description of a earthing system.

fire safety Engineering and safety management”. S.4 & 5) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Concept Publishing company. 2. 1988. Prof. WEB REFERENCE: 1. Khanna Publishers. The Electricity ACT. Saluja. H.com/downloads/elecact2003. New Delhi.54 of system neutral – Rules regarding first aid and fire fighting facility. 2003. 2. “Energy management policy.L. 3. 1997.apeasternpower. New Delhi. www. planning and utilization”. (Part1. “Electrical safety. Pradeep Chaturvedi. Rao.pdf Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .

Ethical theories. Accidents. UNIT-I Introduction. UNIT-VII Ethics in research and experimentation. Line diagrams. Why ethics? Personal. professional ethics. Origin of ethical thought. Case studies. Also to bring awareness of what is called moral autonomy which is the ability to think critically and independently about moral issues and apply this moral thinking to situations that arise in the course of professional engineering practice. UNIT-IV Ethical problem solving techniques. Codes of ethics. History of ethical thought. UNIT-V Risk. Professional responsibilities.55 ENGINEERING ETHICS (ELECTIVE – III) Course Code: AEE 1141 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM & OBJECTIVE: To bring awareness of the importance of ethics within the engineering profession as the work of engineers can affect public health and safety. Flow charts. Case studies. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-VI The rights and responsibilities of engineers. Professional ethics. UNIT-III Understanding ethical problems. safety and accidents. Analysis of issues in ethical problems. Conflict problems. UNIT-II Professionalism and codes of ethics. Safety and risks.

2000. Charles E. Pearson Education. 2004. Engineering Ethics. Case studies. 2.Pritchard and Michel J Rabins. CA. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. TEXT BOOK: 1. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . 2nd Edition.56 UNIT-VIII Doing the right thing. JR Michael S. Charles B. Newyork – 2000. Harris. Fleddermann. Concepts & Cases” Wadsworth Publishing Company. W. Belmont. Martin “ Introduction to Engineering Ethics “ Mc GrawHill. Roland Schinzinger & Mik. “Engineering Ethics.

Vane pumps and Piston pumps. Control of a Double Acting Hydraulic Cylinder. Pump-Unloading Circuit. Hydraulic Motor performance. Pressure Control Valves. Hydraulic Cylinder Sequencing Circuits. Control of a Single-Acting Hydraulic Cylinder.57 FLUID POWER SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE-III) Course Code: AME1150 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM& OBJECTIVE : To provide the student with an in – depth background in the field of fluid power. Springloaded and Gas loaded type Accumulators UNIT-II HYDRAULIC PUMPS : Gear pumps. Regenerative Circuit. Flow Control Valves. Gravity type. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS AND ANCILLARY HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: Introduction to Hydraulic Systems. Hydrostatic Transmissions UNIT-V HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS-I : Introduction.Gear. Vane and Piston motors. Servo Valves UNIT-IV HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS AND HYDRAULIC MOTORS : Hydraulic cylinder operation and cylinder mountings. Hydraulic Motors operation. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . To provide knowledge related to the operation maintenance and application of fluid power systems. Double-Pump Hydraulic System. Pressure Intensifier Circuit. Construction of Hydraulic Reservoir. Selection of Hydraulic Pumps UNIT-III HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVES : Direction Control Valves. Hydraulic cylinder and Cushions. Counterbalance Valve Application.

R. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Accumulators and Accumulator Circuits.58 UNIT. Tata McGraw Hill. Problems caused by gases in Hydraulic Fluids. Jaico Publishing house.R. Troubleshooting of Hydraulic System. Common problems in Pneumatic Systems. 2002 WEB REFERENCES : 1. www. New Delhi.2002 2. 1st Edition . Oil Hydraulic Systems .9th Edition. www. Tata McGraw Hill. UNIT-VII PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS AND APPLICATIONS : Introduction to Pneumatics. 2005 REFERENCES: 1. PHI. Pneumatic Systems . Hydraulic Motor Braking System.Majumdar.Majumdar. 1st Edition. Hydraulics and Pneumatics. Speed control of a Hydraulic Motor. 2005 2.pneumatics. Fail Safe Circuits. Basic Pneumatic Circuits and applications. Mechanical-Hydraulic Servo System. Speed control of a Hydraulic Cylinder.VI HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS-II : Cylinder Synchronizing Circuits. Anthony Esposito. S. S. Troubleshooting of Pneumatic Systems TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1st Edition. Hydrostatic Transmission System.com. Andrew Parr. Maintaining and Deposing of Fluids.fluidpower. UNIT-VIII MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING OF HYDRAULIC &PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS AND COMPONENTS: Oxidation and Corrosion of Hydraulic Fluids. Fluid Power with Applications.com 2. Wear of moving parts due to solid particle contamination of the fluid.

Newton’s method. necessary and sufficient conditions for stationary points. Convex functions. Advanced topics on Evolutionary Optimization are also treated. Calculating Gradient of a function and Hessian matrix. constrained and unconstrained optimization. Basic concepts of optimization: Convex Set. AIM & OBJECTIVES: This course is concerned with formulating the optimization problems and solving them. Powell’s Conjugate direction method.59 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES (ELECTIVE-III) Course Code: ACH1148 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 50 Hours of theory + 10 Hours of Lab Practice on MATLAB OPTIMIZATION Toolbox. UNIT-III TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM: Solution of Balanced problems using East-West Rule. duality in Linear programming. Undirectional search. Identifying minima and maxima points. UNIT-IV UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION:Optimality Criteria. Gradient based method: Cauchy’s steepest Descent method. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS OPTIMIZATION: Formulation of various process optimization problems and their classification. UNIT-II LINEAR PROGRAMMING: SIMPLEX algorithm. MATLAB optimization Toolbox is used to solve large scale optimization problems. Classification of points in the 2D space. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .

A. Kalyanmoy D. 1983. method of multipliers. “Engineering Optimization-Theory & Practices”.V. and Ragdell.S. Prentice Hall of India. REFERENCE: 1. John Wiley. K. Ravindran. Rao S.. UNIT-VII GENETIC ALGORITHMS: Working principles. “Engineering Optimization-Methods and Application”. 2. Various operations like crossover and mutation. Transformation methods: Penalty function method.60 UNIT-V CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION: Kuhn-Tucker conditions.. New Age International Publishers. New York. Reklaitis. (Qualitative treatment of GA and SA only). New Delhi. SIMULATED ANNEALING. UNIT-VIII MULTIOBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION (MOO): Different methods to solve MOO like Utility function method and bounded function method. differences between GAs and traditional methods. 1996. 2005. TEXT BOOKS: 1. G. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .M.. Metropolis Algorithm. “Optimization for Engineering Design”. UNIT-VI DISCRETE OPTIMIZATION: Enumeration techniques and Branch and Bound method to solve discrete optimization problem. Solving 2D MOO problems graphically and identifying the Pareto set.

IV) Course Code : ACE1149 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To impact knowledge on advanced structural analysis. OBJECTIVE: The student shall be able to analyse structures by matrix methods. UNIT-III INFLUENCE LINES: Influence line diagrams for Reaction. UNIT-IV ARCHES : Analysis Two hinged and Three hinged arches using influence lines. UNIT-VI STIFFNESS METHOD: Introduction to the structural analysis by G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 .61 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (ELECTIVE . UNIT-V FLEXIBILITY METHOD: Introduction to the structural analysis by flexibility concept using Matrix approach and application to frames simple grids and trusses. UNIT-I MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD : Application to the analysis of portal frames with inclined legs. Shearing force and Bending moment in case of determinate beams and Influence line diagrams for member forces in determinate trusses – application of influence line diagrams. gable frames UNIT-II STRAIN ENERGY METHOD : Application to the analysis of continuous beams and simple portal frames.

S. 2. 2008. 2010. 2000. 4th edition. Prakash Rao D. 2nd edition.. Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis.. I & II.S. Analysis of structures Vol. UNIT-VII BEAMS ON ELASTIC FOUNDATION: Introduction – Sub grade modulus and stiffness – Analysis of simple beams resting on semi infinite elastic medium and estimation of shear force and Bending moment. Vikas Publications. 2009.62 stiffness concept using Matrix approach and application to frames simple grids and trusses. Pandit and Gupta. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 4th edition. REFERENCES: 1. Structural Analysis Vol. UNIT-VIII PLASTIC ANALYSIS: Introduction – Idealized stress – Strain diagram – shape factors for various sections – Moment curvature relationship – ultimate moment – Plastic hinge – lower and upper bound theorems – ultimate strength of fixed and continuous beams. Bhavi Katti S. Sagar books. 2. I & II.Graw Hill. Structural Analysis. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Khanna publications. Tata Mc. 3rd edition. Vazirani and Ratwani.

I. Elements of EIA. Indicators for aquatic subsystems. Basic concept of EIA. Environmental Indicators – Parameters. Indicators for health and nutrition.A. / Environmental Impact Statement).I.63 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE . UNIT-III E I A METHODOLOGIES: Important consideration for choosing a methodology. categorization of methodologies Review Criteria (E. the student should be able to plan for an E.P) Environmental Management Plan. UNIT-II ENVIRONMENT SETTING : Environmental Inventory.I.A for various developmental activities. Environmental attributes.M.IV) Course Code : ACE1150 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To acquire the knowledge and skills for the preparation E.I. Indicators Screening and Scoping. Environment Imbalances.A for all projects.S. OBJECTIVE: It is mandatory requirement to include E. (E. Socio-economic indicators. UNIT-IV PREDICTION AND ASSESSMENT OF IMPACTS ON THE AIR G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . study and suggest EMP.I. Indicators for terrestrial subsystems. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Environment and its interaction with human activities.A. After studying the course / subject. Step by Step procedure of preparing an E.

Public participation.G. Guidelines for the Integrated Environmental Evaluation of Water Resources Development. REFERENCES: 1. 2. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . TEXT BOOKS: 1. B.S. Anjaneyulu. Evaluation of Audit data and preparation of audit report.K. New York.V. G. UNESCO/UNEP. Vall Manickam.64 ENVIRONMENT : On the surface water Environment. Ltd.. 2004. Environmental Impact Assessment Methodologies. Fault Tree analysis. J. Consequence Analysis – Cost – Benefit analysis – Life cycle assessment. Sultanbazar. UNIT-VI PREDICTION AND ASSESSMENT OF IMPACTS ON THE CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT : Decision Methods for evaluation of alternatives. Stracy. Resource Balance – Energy balance & Management Review. 2nd Edition. Paris. on vegetation and cold life. objectives Environmental Audit. Methodologies. Audit Protocol. UNESCO. Ran. Environmental risk analysis – Definition of Risk. 2.. UNIT-V PREDICTION AND ASSESSMENT OF IMPACTS ON SOIL AND GROUND WATER ENVIRONMENT : On the Biological Environment. UNIT-VIII IMPACT ASSESSMENT : Preparation of Impact Assessment for some industries and case studies – Standard and mandatory requirements. Urban L. 2nd Ed.. Environmental Impact Assessment”.. on the Socio-Economic Environment. Vau Nostrand Reinhold Co. 2008.. Jain.C. Mc Graw Hill Pub.Publications. R.S. D. Hyderabad. Co. UNIT-VII ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT : Environmental legislation. Environmental Impact Analysis. 1st Ed. & Wooten. 2007. 1987. Types. New York..

water table effects. basics of beams on elastic foundation and ring foundations. UNIT-V DEEP FOUNDATIONS. OBJECTIVE: Analysis and design of foundations for structures such as tall towers. negative skin friction. foundations on sands. spacing of footings. eccentrically loaded spread footings. silts. subgrade reaction. bridges etc.IV) Course Code : ACE1151 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM : To study the various foundations systems for structures such as tall towers.65 ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE .III : Stresses during pile driving. rectangular footings. tension piles. UNIT-I FOUNDATION DESIGN BASICS-I : Depth. bridges and design of temporary retaining structures. bearing capacity. laterally loaded piles. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . settlements. clays. landfills (qualitative treatment only) UNIT-II FOUNDATION DESIGN BASICS –II : Introduction to design of spread footings. UNIT-III MAT FOUNDATIONS : Types. erosion problems. batter piles.ultimate capacity of laterally loaded piles.IV : Guidelines for design of pile caps. under-reamed piles. design guidelines UNIT-IV DEEP FOUNDATIONS.

Singapore. 2009. New Age International Pvt. Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao.. Bowles. UNIT-VIII COFFER DAMS : Stability.E.Ltd.Ltd. NewAge International Pvt. 4th edition. 5th edition. settlements (qualitative treatment only). McGraw. 2009.Earth pressure diagrams – Forces in struts.Ltd. Oxford & IBH Publishing Company Pvt. 2. B. 1999. 4th edition. PWS Publishing. bearing capacity. UNIT-VII PILE FOUNDATIONS : Cantilever sheet piles and anchored bulkheads.. Analysis and Design of Substructures. TEXT BOOKS: 1. REFERENCES : 1.. 4th Edition. Das. Swami Saran. 1988. Basics and Applied Soil Mechanics. 2002. J. 2. Publishers. Earth pressure diagram Determination of Depth of embedment in sands and clays – Timbering of trenches. Venkataramaiah C.66 UNIT-VI DEEP FOUNDATIONS -V : Drilled piers – uses. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . settlements. Foundation Analysis and Design. 3. 3rd Ed. Publishers.M. Principles of Foundation Engineering.Hill International. load carrying capacity. Geotechnical Engineering.

climatic change. landscape elements. recycle and reuse. facilities and applications that help in developing green buildings. weather. UNIT-IV CONCEPTS OF GREEN FIELD DEVELOPMENT : Brown field development. rain water harvesting. treatment. Water cycle.67 GREEN BUILDINGS AND INFRASTRUCTURE (ELECTIVE . Living environment characteristics and components of Urban Ecosystem. Carbon cycle. UNIT-III MICRO-ENVIRONMENT : Natural environment vis-à-vis built environment. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Introduction to Green Buildings. Deforestation. air-movement. alternative services and technologies.ENVIRONMENT : Elements of climate. on site sewerage retention. sustainable Site development. Environmental quality. solar radiation. environmental impact and ecological balance. drainage and sanitation. Land use. FAR. vegetation. heat flow. Ozone depletion and implications.IV) Course Code : ACE 1153 Pre-requisites: None L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 AIM: To impart knowledge regarding environmental sustainability and environmentally responsible green buildings. OBJECTIVE: The student must be able to develop skills to promote eco friendly characteristics in the area of buildings and identify crucial technologies. layouts. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . UNIT-II MACRO.

HSMI. electro-mechanical systems. P. Sick Building Syndrome and pollutants. 2. materials UNIT-VI BUILDING INFRA STRUCTURE: Active Energy Systems in buildings. 2003. 2005. 2nd edition. TEXT BOOKS : 1. operation & maintenance UNIT-VII INDOOR AIR QUALITY : Fresh air requirements standards. lifts and transportation. green buildings in the contexts of Indian sub continent. Building envelope. Chennai. Odum. O.H. TERI etc. New Delhi. points system. alternative Calcareous. Utilities and services.. 2. New Delhi. building automation.(web). orientation and components of building fabric and Shading. REFERENCES: 1.68 UNIT -V BUILDING RESOURCES : Passive energy system Design. agencies and institutions. HSMI (Human Settlement Management Institution. Oxford and IBH Publishers. Koenigsberger. 1st Ed. and weight age.. Sourcing and recycling of building materials.. components. GBC. High rise buildings. curtain walls. Eugene. Greening Building – Green Congress. captive power plant and equipment. modular building Construction. US. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Ecology and Environments. metallic and non metallic. Manual of Tropical Housing and Building. UNIT-VIII BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS : Building auditing. Orient Longman publishers. Sustainable Building Technology – HUDCO.

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INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES
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Course Code : ACE1154
Pre-requisites: None

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AIM:
To impart knowledge on the materials and analysis of Aircraft structures.
OBJECTIVE:
To acquire fundamentals of structural analysis, properties of various
materials used, concepts of air worthiness and certifications.
UNIT-I
OVERVIEW OF THE AIRCRAFT DESIGN PROCESS:
Introduction, Phases of Aircraft Design, Aircraft Conceptual Design
Process, Conceptual Stage, Preliminary Design, Detailed Design, Design
Methodologies
UNIT-II
FUNDAMENTALS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS :Review of
Hooke’s Law, Principal stresses, Equilibrium and Compatibility,
Determinate Structures, St Venant’s Principle, Conservation of Energy,
Stress Transformation, Stress Strain Relations
UNIT-III
INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES :Types of
Structural members of Fuselage and wing section Ribs, Spars, Frames,
Stringers, Longeron, Splices, Sectional Properties of structural members
and their loads, Types of structural joints, Type of Loads on structural
joints
UNIT-IV
AIRCRAFT LOADS : Aerodynamic Loads, Inertial Loads, Loads due
to engine, Actuator Loads, Maneuver Loads, VN diagrams, Gust Loads,
Ground Loads, Ground conditions, Miscellaneous Loads
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UNIT-V
AIRCRAFT MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING
PROCESSES : Material selection criteria, Aluminum Alloys, Titanium
Alloys, Steel Alloys, Magnesium Alloys, copper Alloys, Nimonic Alloys,
Non Metallic Materials, Composite Materials, Use of Advanced materials
Smart materials, Manufacturing of A/C structural members, Overview of
Types of manufacturing processes for Composites, Sheet metal Fabrication
,Machining, Welding, Superplastic Forming And Diffusion Bonding
UNIT-VI
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES :
Theory of Plates- Analysis of plates for bending, stresses due to bending,
Plate deflection under different end conditions, Strain energy due to
bending of circular, rectangular plates, Plate buckling, Compression
buckling, shear buckling, Buckling due to in plane bending moments,
Analysis of stiffened panels in buckling, Rectangular plate buckling, Analysis
of Stiffened panels in Post buckling, Post buckling under shear. Sample
Exercises.
Theory of Shells-Analysis of Shell Panels for Buckling, Compression
loading, Shear Loading / Shell Shear Factor, Circumferential Buckling
Stress, sample exercises
Theory of Beams-Symmetric Beams in Pure Bending, Deflection of
beams, Unsymmetrical Beams in Bending, Plastic Bending of beams,
Shear Stresses due to Bending in Thin Walled Beams, Bending of Open
Section Beams, Bending of Closed Section Beams, Shear Stresses due
to Torsion in Thin Walled Beams. Sample Exercises.
Theory of Torsion- Shafts of Non-Circular Sections, Torsion in Closed
Section Beams, Torsion in Open Section Beams, Multi Cell Sections,
Sample Exercises.
UNIT-VII
AIRWORTHINESS AND AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION :
Definition, Airworthiness Regulations, Regulatory Bodies, Type certification,
General Requirements, Requirements Related to Aircraft Design Covers,
Performance and Flight Requirements, Airframe Requirements, Landing
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Requirements, Fatigue and Failsafe requirements, Emergency Provisions,
Emergency Landing requirements
UNIT-VIII
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL REPAIR : Types of Structural damage,
Nonconformance, Rework, Repair, Allowable damage Limit, Repairable
Damage Limit, Overview of ADL Analysis, Types of Repair, Repair
Considerations and best practices
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Aircraft Design-A Conceptual Approach by Daniel P.Raymer,
AIAA education series,6th Edition
2.
Airframe Structural Design by Michael Niu, Conmilit Press,
1988,2nd Edition
3.
Airframe Stress Analysis and Sizing by Michael Niu, Conmilit
Press, 1999,3rd Edition
4.
The Elements of Aircraft Preliminary Design – Roger D.
Schaufele, Aries Publications, 2000
5.
Aircraft Structural Maintenance by Dale Hurst, Avotek publishers,
2nd Edition, 2006
6.
Aircraft Maintenance & Repair by Frank Delp, Michael J.
Kroes & William A. Watkins, Glencoe &McGraw-Hill,6th
Edition,1993
7.
An Introduction to Aircraft Certification; A Guide to
Understanding Jaa, Easa and FAA by Filippo De Florio,
Butterworth-Heinemann
WEB RESOURCES :
1.
http://www.aero.org/
2.
http://www.rl.af.mil/rrs/resources/griffiss_aeroclub/aircraft.html
3.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_turbine
4.
http://ameslib.arc.nasa.gov/randt/1999/aero/aero.html
5.
http://www.ctas.arc.nasa.gov/project_description/pas.html
6.
http://www.moog.com/noq/_acoverview__c463/
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and design tools. UNIT-II What is design? Difference between analysis .Prototyping. Revise.73 DESIGN CONCEPTS FOR ENGINEERS (ELECTIVE – IV) Course Code: AEE1142 L 4 T 1 P 0 C 4 AIM & OBJECTIVE: To teach the principles of design. Working with other teams. and replication. Computer analysis. UNIT-VI Engineering tools. UNIT-V Time line. rather than the technical details of any one engineering field. UNIT-IV Project management and team work skills. Estimation. It teaches the design process . UNIT-I What is engineering? Definition. Plots. G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Case studies. Significant figures. Documentation. Gathering information. Pert. Informal brain storming. are introduced. Build document and test. Electronic documentation. Reverse engineering. Various fields of engineering. design. Basic design principles of . Examples. and how they apply to engineering design projects and future job activities. The design cycle. Overall objectives. Building a team. Technical reports. Job description. Good design versus bad design. Working in a team . UNIT-III Modeling and analysis. Logbook. Team meetings. Engineering professional bodies.

Role of failure.N Horenstien. Balbir S. Case studies. Proposals. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Q G V P College of Engineering (Autonomous) 2012-13 . Ergonomics. TEXT BOOK: 1. Learning from mistakes. UNIT-VIII Learning to speak. How people interact with machines. Instructional manuals. Societies view of engineering. and make presentations. Preparing for meetings. 1998. Dillon. Technology Publishing Company. 1st Edition. 2009. Preparing a formal presentation.74 UNIT-VII The human machine interface. write. “Advanced Design Concepts for Engineers”. Prentice Hall. 4th Edition. Design Concepts for Engineers Mark . Importance of good communication. Technical papers.