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UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS

ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : : CHENNAI 600 025
REGULATIONS - 2009
CURRICULUM I TO IV SEMESTERS (FULL TIME)

M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER I
SL.No.
THEORY
1
2
3
4
5
6

COURSE
CODE
MA9103
ST9101
ST9102
ST9103
E1
E2

COURSE TITLE

L

T

P

C

3
3
3
3
3
3

1
0
1
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

4
3
4
4
3
3

18

3

0

21

L

T

P

C

3

1

0

4

2

0

2

3

3

0

0

3

3

0

0

3

3
3

0
0

0
0

3
3

0

0

4

2

17

1

6

21

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T

P

C

Elective V
Elective VI
Elective VII

3
3
3

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
3
3

Practical Training (4 Weeks)
Project Work Phase I

0
0
9

0
0
0

0
6
8

1
3
13

Applied Mathematics
Concrete Structures
Structural Dynamics
Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity
Elective I
Elective II
TOTAL

SEMESTER II
SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
2

ST9121

3
4

ST9122
ST9123
ST9124

5
E3
6
E4
PRACTICAL
7
ST9125

COURSE TITLE
Finite Element Analysis
Experimental Techniques and
Instrumentation
Steel Structures
Earthquake Analysis and Design of
Structures
Elective III
Elective IV
Advanced Structural Engineering
Laboratory
TOTAL
SEMESTER III

SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
E5
2
E6
3
E7
PRACTICAL
4
ST9131
5
ST9132

COURSE TITLE

TOTAL

1

SEMESTER IV

COURSE
CODE
PRACTICAL
1
ST9141
SL.No.

COURSE TITLE
Project Work Phase II
TOTAL

L

T

P

C

0
0

0
0

30
30

15
15

TOTAL CREDITS TO BE EARNED FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE = 70

UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS
ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : : CHENNAI 600 025
REGULATIONS - 2009
CURRICULUM I TO VI SEMESTERS (PART TIME)

M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER I
SL.No.
THEORY
1
2
3

COURSE
CODE
MA9103
ST9101
ST9103

COURSE TITLE

L

T

P

C

3
3
3
9

1
0
1
2

0
0
0
0

4
3
4
11

COURSE TITLE

L

T

P

C

Finite Element Analysis
Experimental Techniques and
Instrumentation
Elective I

3

1

0

4

2

0

2

3

3

0

0

3

8

1

2

10

L

T

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C

3
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9

1
0
0
1

0
0
0
0

4
3
3
10

Applied Mathematics
Concrete Structures
Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity
TOTAL
SEMESTER II

SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
ST9121
2
ST9122
3

E1

TOTAL
SEMESTER III
SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
ST9102
2
E2
3
E3

COURSE TITLE
Structural Dynamics
Elective II
Elective III
TOTAL

2

SEMESTER IV
SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
ST9123
2
ST9124
3
E3
PRACTICAL
4
ST9125

COURSE TITLE

L

T

P

C

3

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0

3

3

0

0

3

3

0

0

3

0

0

4

2

9

0

4

11

L

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P

C

Elective V
Elective VI
Elective VII

3
3
3

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
3
3

Practical Training (4 Weeks)
Project Work Phase I

0
0
9

0
0
0

0
6
6

1
3
13

L

T

P

C

0
0

0
0

30
30

15
15

Steel Structures
Earthquake Analysis and Design of
Structures
Elective III
Advanced Structural Engineering
Laboratory
TOTAL

SEMESTER V
SL.No.

COURSE
CODE

THEORY
1
E5
2
E6
3
E7
PRACTICAL
4
ST9131
5
ST9132

COURSE TITLE

TOTAL
SEMESTER VI
COURSE
CODE
PRACTICAL
1
ST9141
SL.No.

COURSE TITLE
Project Work Phase II
TOTAL

TOTAL CREDITS TO BE EARNED FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE = 70

ELECTIVES FOR M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
SL.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

COURSE
CODE
CN9151
ST9151
ST9152
ST9153
ST9154
ST9155
ST9156
ST9157

COURSE TITLE
Advanced Concrete Technology
Computer Aided Design
Design of Bridges
Design of Shell and Spacial Structures
Design of Steel Concrete Composite
Structures
Design of Tall Buildings
Industrial Structures
Maintenance and Rehabilitation of
Structures

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ST9158 ST9159 ST9160 ST9161 ST9162 ST9163 ST9164 ST9165 ST9166 Mechanics of Composite Materials Nonlinear Analysis of Structures Offshore Structures Optimisation of Structures Prefabricated Structures Prestressed Concrete Stability of Structures Theory of Plates Wind and Cyclone Effects on Structures 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 .

UNIT IV EIGEN VALUE PROBLEMS 9+3 Methods of solutions: Faddeev – Leverrier Method. New Delhi. Sankara Rao. in an infinite strip and in a semiinfinite strip – Solution of Poisson equation by Fourier transform method. 3. UNIT III CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS 9+3 Concept of variation and its properties – Euler’s equation – Functional dependant on first and higher order derivatives – Functionals dependant on functions of several independent variables – Variational problems with moving boundaries –Direct methods – Ritz and Kantorovich methods. 2003. UNIT II ELLIPTIC EQUATION 9+3 Laplace equation – Properties of harmonic functions – Solution of Laplace’s equation by means of Fourier transforms in a half plane. New Delhi.V NUMERICAL INTEGRATION 8+3 Gaussian Quadrature – One and Two Dimensions – Gauss Hermite Quadrature – Monte Carlo Method – Multiple Integration by using mapping function TOTAL (L:30+T:15) : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. 4. “Calculus of Variations with Applications”. B. Power Method with deflation – Approximate Methods: Rayleigh – Ritz Method UNIT .S. 5 . and Shivamoggi. “Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering A Practical Approach”. L.MA 9103 APPLIED MATHEMATICS L T P C 3 1 0 4 OBJECTIVE:  To familiarize the students in the field of differential and elliptic equations to solve boundary value problems associated with engineering applications. heat and flow problems of one and two dimensional conditions. New Delhi. 1986. Gupta. Ltd. dynamic response. “Integral Transforms for Engineers”. 1997. Andrews.Wheeler and Company Private Limited. “Introduction to Partial Differential Equations”. Ltd. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.. A. UNIT I ONE DIMENSIONAL WAVE AND HEAT EQUATIONS 10+3 Laplace transform methods for one-dimensional wave equation – Displacements in a long string – longitudinal vibration of an elastic bar – Fourier transform methods for one-dimensional heat conduction problems in infinite and semi-infinite rods. 1997.. Prentice Hall of India Pvt...H. A.K.C. 2.. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. K.S. Ltd. Rajasekaran..  To expose the students to variational formulation and numerical integration techniques and their applications to obtain solutions for buckling.

moment redistribution. structures. 2005.C. UNIT V DETAILING AND FIELD PRACTICE 7 Detailing for ductility . “Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design”.C.C. 6 . “Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete”.K. “Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete”. Baker's method of plastic design. Calculation of deflection and crack width according to IS and ACI Codes UNIT II DESIGN OF SPECIAL RC ELEMENTS 10 Design of slender columns . P.rotation curves. Tata McGraw Hill.Yield line theory and Hillerborgs strip method of design of slabs. and Roy S. Strut and tie method of analysis for corbels and deep beams. P. Varghese. Varghese. 2. analysis and design of R.Design of shear reinforcement . New Delhi. UNIT III FLAT SLABS AND FLAT PLATES 10 Design of flat slabs and flat plates according to IS and ACI methods . UNIT I OVERALL REVIEW 9 Review of limit state design of beams. 3. Prentice Hall of India.. Design of cast-in-situ joints in frames. 1986 Sinha. 2006. slabs and columns according to IS Codes. P. Purushothaman..Design of spandrel beams . S. moment . UNIT IV INELASTIC BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES 9 Inelastic behaviour of concrete beams and frames. 2003.N. 4. Prentice Hall of India. 2007. 5.Chand and Company Limited. “Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements : Behaviour Analysis and Design”. Deep-beams and grid floors. New Delhi..ordinary and shear walls. Design of corbels.Fire resistance of structural members – Quality of control of concrete TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Unnikrishna Pillai and Devdas Menon “Reinforced concrete Design’. Tata McGraw Hill Publishers Company Ltd.ST 9101 CONCRETE STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the behaviour.Design of RC walls .C.

1986 Kolousek. UNIT IV DYNAMIC ANALYSIS CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS 9+3 Free and forced vibration of continuous systems. blast and impact loading. Rayleigh – Ritz method – Formulation using Conservation of Energy – Formulation using Virtual Work. UNIT III DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF MDOF 9+3 Multidegree of freedom systems. McGraw Hill. “Wind Effects on Civil Engineering Structures”. UNIT V PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS 9+3 Idealisation and formulation of mathematical models for wind. aerodynamics. TOTAL (L:45+T:15) : 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Mode superposition technique. normal modes of vibration. free and forced vibration of single degree of freedom systems. 2. Effect of damping. 1964 Leonard Meirovitch. 2004 Anil K. Structural Dynamics : “Theory and Computation”.Biggs. McGraw Hill. 5.J. applications. principles of analysis. Transmissibility. gust phenomenon. 3 4.V.ST 9102 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS L T P C 3 1 0 4 OBJECTIVE:  To expose the students the principles and methods of dynamic analysis of structures and to prepare them for designing the structures for wind. Fischer. numerical integration procedure. Elsevier Publications.O and Naprstek.Chopra. orthogonality of normal modes. “Introduction to Structural Dynamics”. “Dynamics of Structures”. UNIT I PRINCIPLES OF VIBRATION ANALYSIS 9+3 Equations of motion by equilibrium and energy methods. “Elements of Vibration Analysis”. earthquake. Pearson Education. Mario Paz. UNIT II TWO DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS 9+3 Equations of Motion of Two degree of freedom systems. 1984 7 . 2001 John M.M. Kluwer Academic Publication. approximate methods. earthquake and other dynamic loads. Pirner.

N. New Delhi 1988. UNIT III TORSION OF NON-CIRCULAR SECTION 9+3 St. D. Sadhu Singh. Newyork.Simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian and polar co-ordinates. Oxford.ST 9103 THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY L T P C 3 1 0 4 OBJECTIVE:  To understand the concept of 3D stress. S. Vol.Torsion of thin walled open and closed sections. Ltd. strain analysis and its applications to simple problems. McGraw Hill Book Co. 1985 Irving H. Timoshenko..Compatibility equations . Generalized Hooke’s law. Slater R.. Elastic plastic problems in bending – torsion and thick cylinder.Plastic stress strain relationship.Pitarresi. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Inc.J.IV ENERGY METHODS 9+3 Strain energy – Principle of virtual work – Energy theorems – Rayleigh Ritz method – Finite difference method – Application to elasticity problems. 1988. Newl Delhi -2002. UNIT I ELASTICITY 9+3 Analysis of stress and strain. Dyadic and Engineering Approaches”. UNIT . and Goodier J.. John Wiley and Son. 5. 6. N. Khanna Publishers. "Elasticity Tensor. Equilibrium equations . E.2. TOTAL (L:45+T:15) : 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. 1977. "Theory of Elasticity".J. 3. 4. M.Van Nostrand Co.stress strain relationship.C.Prandtl’s approach – Membrane analogy . UNIT II ELASTICITY SOLUTION 9+3 Plane stress and plane strain .A. London. New York. Hearn . Chou P. Pergamon Press. 1967. 2.C.. UNIT V PLASTICITY 9+3 Physical Assumptions – Yield criteria .venant’s approach . 8 . and Pagano."Theory of Elasticity".Shames and James. “Mechanics of Materials”. “Introduction to Solid Mechanics”. “Engineering Plasticity”.

1996.thermal analysis.. “Finite Element Analysis Theory and Application with ANSYS”.C. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9+3 Boundary Value Problems – Approximate Solutions – Variational and Weighed Residual Methods – Ritz and Galerkin Formulations – Concept of Piecewise Approximation and Finite Element – Displacement and Shape Functions -Weak Formulation – Minimum Potential Energy – Generation of Stiffness Matrix and Load Vector UNIT II STRESS ANALYSIS 9+3 Two Dimensional problems – Plane Stress.L.D. 1987.Isoparametric Formulation . Tata McGraw-Hill. New Delhi. Plane Strain and Axisymmetric Problems – Triangular and Quadrilateral Elements –Natural Coordinates . Zienkiewicz. 9 .. “The Finite Element Method”.. 2005. 4. 1995 David Hutton. TOTAL (L:45+T:15) : 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Moaveni.. New Age Publishers. A.T. S. K. UNIT V APPLICATIONS 9+3 Modeling and analysis using recent softwares. Bathe. 2. 2007. R. O. meshing. McGraw – Hill. 7. 1997. nonlinear problems and applications. finite element concept. Krishnamoorthy. 3. “Finite Element Analysis: Theory and Programming”. and Taylor. Prentice Hall Inc. Prentice Hall of India. 5. S. “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering”.. Prentice Hall Inc. and Belegundu. stress analysis. “Finite Element Analysis”. VIBRATION AND THERMAL PROBLEMS 9+3 Material and Geometric Nonlinearity – Methods of Treatment – Consistent System Matrices – Dynamic Condensation – Eigen Value Extraction . 6. S. C.J. “Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis”.Numerical Integration – Plate Bending and Shell Elements –– Brick Elements –Elements for Fracture Analysis UNIT III MESHING AND SOLUTION PROBLEMS 9+3 Higher Order Elements – p and h Methods of Mesh Refinement – ill conditioned Elements – Discretisation Errors – Auto and Adaptive Mesh Generation Techniques Error Evaluation UNIT IV NONLINEAR. “Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis”. 1999. Bhavikatti.. R. Chandrupatla. S.ST 9121 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS L T P C 3 1 0 4 OBJECTIVE  To study the energy principles.

Vibration meter – Seismographs – Vibration Analyzer – Display and recording of signals – Cathode Ray Oscilloscope – XY Plotter – Chart Plotters – Digital data Acquisition systems. UNIT I FORCES AND STRAIN MEASUREMENT 6+6 Choice of Experimental stress analysis methods. construction and use – damage assessment – controlled blasting for demolition – Techniques for residual stress measurements. GECOR . Advanced NDT methods – Ultrasonic pulse echo. UNIT III ACOUSTICS AND WIND FLOW MEASURES 6+6 Principles of Pressure and flow measurements – pressure transducers – sound level meter – venturimeter and flow meters – wind tunnel and its use in structural analysis – structural modeling – direct and indirect model analysis UNIT IV DISTRESS MEASUREMENTS AND CONTROL 6+6 Diagnosis of distress in structures – crack observation and measurements – corrosion of reinforcement in concrete – Half cell. performance and uses.ST 9122 EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTATION L T P C 2 0 2 3 OBJECTIVE:  To learn the principles of measurements of static and dynamic response of Structures and carryout the analysis of results. UNIT V NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING METHODS 6+6 Load testing on structures.Hydraulic jacks and pressure gauges – Electronic load cells – Proving Rings – Calibration of Testing Machines – Long-term monitoring – vibrating wire sensors– Fibre optic sensors.Strain gauge. Impact echo. Ground penetrating radar (GPR). UNIT II VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS 6+6 Characteristics of Structural Vibrations – Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) – Transducers for velocity and acceleration measurements. impulse radar techniques.principle and applications . bridges and towers – Rebound Hammer – acoustic emission – ultrasonic testing principles and application – Holography – use of laser for structural testing – Brittle coating. principle. TOTAL (L:30 + P:30) : 60 PERIODS 10 . Photo elasticity . buildings. types. Errors in measurements .

“Experimental Stress Analysis”. Tata McGraw Hill Company. 1991 Srinath.W and Riley. Mc Graw Hill Book Company.R. 1997 Bray.K. New Delhi. 8. “Advanced course on Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation of Concrete Structures”.T. Chennai. New Age International (P) Ltd.R. “Experimental Stress Analysis”. Radhakrishna.G. Raghavan.D. Khanna Publishers.REFERENCES: 1.P.C.J. “Mechanical Measurements”. New Delhi.K.K.B and Ramachandra. Ganesan. 11 . “Model Analysis of Structures”. 1996 Dalley . 4. 3.E. 2000.M. India. New York.1989 Ravisankar. Pant. “Course Material on Non-destructive Evaluation”.W.K.F. 6. “Experimental Stress Analysis”. N. 7. Gargesha.Y. SERC.. ingaiah. 2.H.S..A.. 2007. University Press. Sadhu Singh.L.R. Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company. 1984 Sirohi.S. and Stanley.and Chellappan. 5.

A.Gust Factor Method. Grinter. Connections . 1990. Along with load calculation . 2007. Gable column and Gable wind girder . UNIT IV PLASTIC ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES 9 Introduction. “Design in Structural Steel”. UNIT III ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STEEL TOWERS 9 Analysis and Design of Microwave / Transmission Line Towers .N. Louver rails.Types of bracing patterns . 3 4. New Delhi.Wheeler.ST 9123 STEEL STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the behaviour of members and connections. Design of Straight Corner Connections – Haunched Connections – Design of continuous beams. Oxford University Press.H.P. chimneys. Lothers. 1990. “Design of Steel Structures”. Shape factor. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.Design of Moment Resisting Base Plates – Analysis of Gable Frames. “Design of Cold Formed Steel Structures”. Lynn S. Analysis and design of Industrial Buildings and bents. analysis and design of steel towers. India. “Plastic Design of Steel Frames”. 5 6. New Delhi. Combined mechanisms. Design of Self supporting Chimney – Design of Base Plates. Subramanian. UNIT II DESIGN OF CONNECTIONS 9 Types of connections – Welded and riveted – Throat and Root Stresses in Fillet Welds – Seated Connections – Unstiffened and Stiffened seated Connections – Moment Resistant Connections – Clip angle Connections – Split beam Connections – Framed Connections. UNIT V DESIGN OF LIGHT GAUGE STEEL STRUCTURES 9 Behaviour of Compression Elements .Effective width for load and deflection determination – Behaviour of Unstiffened and Stiffened Elements – Design of webs of beams – Flexural members – Lateral buckling of beams – Shear Lag – Flange Curling – Design of Compression Members – Wall Studs.Stresses due to wind. Foundations and Anchor bolts and Guyed Steel Chimney . New York. Effect of axial force . New York. 2008. Sway and non-sway frames. Design of Purlins. Eurasia Publishing House. 12 . Beedle. 1996.Effect of shear force on plastic moment. 2. Linton E. Dayaratnam.Sag and Tension calculations.Requirement – Moment resisting connections. 1996. UNIT I GENERAL 9 Design of members subjected to lateral loads and axial loads. Wie Wen Yu. Mc Graw Hill Book Company.Guy ropes . Prentice Hall of India. Study the design of with cold formed steel and plastic analysis of structures. John Wiley and Sons. Moment redistribution. “Design of Steel Structures”. “Design of Modern Steel Structures”. John E. Analysis of portal frames.

Bruce A Bolt. M. Lessons Learnt From Past Earthquakes UNIT III EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF MASONRY STRUCTURES 9 Structural Systems .Tuned Mass Dampers – Principles and application.Average Response Spectra . UNIT V SPECIAL TOPICS 9 Mathematical modeling of multistoried RC Buildings – Capacity based design. Earthquake Resistant Earthen Buildings.Design consideration – Guidelines. 13 . Response Spectra .T and Priestly. 2. Course Notes "Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings". “Aseismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry buildings”. “Earthquakes” W H Freeman and Company. 2004 Bungale S. Vibration Control . Buildings . 4. Philosophy and Principle of Earthquake Resistant Design. Causes of damage.Design Response Spectra. UNIT II EFFECTS OF EARTHQUAKE ON STRUCTURES 9 Dynamics of Structures (SDOFS/ MDOFS).Lateral load analysis . IIT Kanpur. Planning Considerations. Characteristics of Strong Earthquake Motion. Oxford University Press. Prentice Hall of India. June 1999.ST 9124 EARTHQUAKE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the effect of earthquakes. John Wiley and Sons.Taranath "Structural Analysis and Design of Tall Buildings . Microzonation. Important structures. Pankaj Agarwal and Manish Shrikhande.N. S K Duggal.Mc Graw Hill Book Company.Material properties . 6. 5. Paulay. Guidelines for Earthquake Resistant Design.Case Studies. UNIT IV EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF RC STRUCTURES 9 Earthquake Resistant Design of R. 3. 2006. “Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures”. Earthquake Phenomenon).C. Earthquake Monitoring and Seismic Instrumentation. analysis and design of earthquake resistant Structures. Earthquake Resistant Masonry Buildings . 1991. Seismotectonics and Seismic Zoning of India. Basic Concept of Seismic Base Isolation – various Systems. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Evaluation of Earthquake Forces as per codal provisions. New York. “Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures”. Estimation of Earthquake Parameters. UNIT I EARTHQUAKES AND GROUND MOTION 9 Engineering Seismology (Definitions. 1999. Effect of Earthquake on Different Types of Structures. New York.. Introduction to Seismic hazard.Design and detailing – Rigid Frames – Shear wall – Coupled Shear wall.Types of Buildings. 2007.C.J.

“Experimental Stress Analysis”. b. 1991. Clinometer 12. Dial Gauges 11. Hydraulic Jack 4. Determination of in-situ strength and quality of concrete using i) rebound hammer and ii)Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Tester LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS REQUIREMENTS 1. Strong Floor 2. 3. Electrical Strain Gauge with indicator 8. 4. casting and testing of simply supported reinforced concrete beam for strength and deflection behaviour. Vibration Meter 14.ST 9125 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY L T P C 0 0 4 2 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 14 . Testing of simply supported steel beam for strength and deflection behaviour. Drift of the frame. Energy dissipation capacity of the frame. Fabrication. Dally J W. New York. Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Tester 10. To determine the damping coefficients from free vibrations. Proving Ring 6. Fabrication. McGraw-Hill Inc. Load Cell 5. Demec Gauge 7. Static cyclic testing of single bay two storied steel frames and evaluate a. b. and Riley W F. 6. Stiffness of the frame. Dynamic testing of cantilever steel beam a. Rebound Hammer 9. To evaluate the mode shapes. FFT Analyser REFERENCES: 1. Loading Frame 3. 2. casting and testing of reinforced concrete column subjected to concentric and eccentric loading. 5. c. Vibration Exciter 13.

Properties of Concrete. Hydration of cement. Extreme weather concreting. 15 .Chand and Company Ltd. Neville. 3..S. Epoxy resins and screeds for rehabilitation . Elastic properties.CN 9151 ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE :  To study the properties of materials. Statistical quality control. S. Testing of aggregates. 2003. UNIT II CONCRETE 9 Properties of fresh concrete. London. Delhi. placing and curing.R. Vacuum dewatering underwater concrete.Oxford University Press. 2.sampling and acceptance criteria. Sulphur impregnated concrete. High performance fiber reinforced concrete.. Fly ash concrete. UNIT I CONCRETE MAKING MATERIALS 9 Aggregates classification.”Concrete Technology”. UNIT V CONCRETING METHODS 9 Process of manufacturing of concrete. Properties. Structure of hydrated cement. IS Specifications. Cement. Testing of concrete. special form work. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. 4. Variability of concrete strength. UNIT IV SPECIAL CONCRETE 9 Light weight concrete. Publishing Home of Hungarian Academy of Sciences. durability of concrete. 1995.2007. Methods of concrete mix design. Shetty M.properties and applications . special cements. Grade of cement. Testing of Concrete. Light Weight Concrete Academic Kiado. Water Chemical admixtures. Mineral admixture. self-compacting-concrete. Chemical composition. A. Fibre reinforced concrete. 1963.high performance concrete. Grading. hyper plasticized concrete. Concrete Technology. methods of transportation.Santhakumar . Methods of combining aggregates.M. special concreting methods. tests and mix design for concrete. Hardened concrete. Strength. Creep and shrinkage. specified gradings. Polymer Concrete. UNIT III MIX DESIGN 9 Principles of concrete mix design. Super plasticised concrete. Rudhani G. Prentice Hall. A.

Drafting software packages and usage . Jr. “Structural Analysis and Design Vol.and Zimmers E.Architecture and applications of KBES Expert system shells TOTAL (L:30 + P:30) : 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.. 3. " Optimisation Theory and Applications ". 1993. Groover M. Chapman and Hall. 5. 2. 4. New Delhi.Solid modeling .CPM and PERT applications UNIT V ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 6+6 Introduction . Optimization and Artificial intelligence. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing ". Academic Press 1977..and Owen D. Krishnamoorthy C.Simple applications ..Transformations . Finite element analysis and Application packages. 1996.J. Narosa Publishing House. 1991 Hinton E. Pergamon Press.S. UNIT I COMPUTER GRAPHICS 6+6 Graphic primitives ." CAD/CAM. 6. Richard Forsyth (Ed. 1977. 1991.Post-optimality analysis Project scheduling .Detailed drawing – Bill of materials UNIT IV OPTIMIZATION 6+6 Application of linear programming . 16 .. “Expert System Principles and Case Studies”.R. “Computer Aided Design”.. Structural analysis.P.). UNIT III STRUCTURAL DESIGN 6+6 Computer aided design of steel and RC Structural elements .ST 9151 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN L T P C 2 0 2 3 OBJECTIVE:  To learn the principles of Computer graphics.Genetic algorithm and applications.Graphic standards . Rao. Wiley Eastern Limited.S and Rajeev S. New Delhi.Simplex algorithm . Prentice Hall of India Ltd. S. Harrison H. UNIT II STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 6+6 Computer methods of structural analysis –Analysis through software packages. New Delhi.Heuristic search .I and II”.Modeling of curves and surfaces – Wire frame modeling .W.Basics of 2-D drafting . “Finite Element Programming”.knowledge based expert systems – Rules and decision tables – Inference mechanisms.B. Principles of Neural network .

C. BEARINGS AND SUBSTRUCTURES 9 Design of riveted and welded plate girder bridges for highway and railway loading – wind effects – main section. stiffeners – Different types of bearings – Design of bearings – Design of masonry and concrete piers and abutments – Types of bridge foundations – Design of foundations. Bakht. balanced cantilever bridges. general design considerations..” Concrete Bridge Practice” Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. I.specifications for road bridges. 17 .R. New York. investigations and planning. 2. analysis and design of slab culverts. 6. 1955. standard live loads. “Bridge Analysis Simplified”. Raina V. other forces acting on bridges.. “Reinforced Concrete Bridges”. UNIT II INTRODUCTION 6 Classification. 1990 Jagadeesh.A. Ltd. L.K. 4. splicing. 2008.R. McGraw Hill. 3. Johnson Victor. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Derrick Beckett. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Taylor. S. “Essentials of Bridge Engineering”. box girder bridges. tee beam and slab bridges.W. D. John Wiley and Sons. New Delhi. “Bridge Engineering”.G. 7. Henley Thomes. F..ST 9152 DESIGN OF BRIDGES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the loads. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. S. “Design of Bridge Structures”. choice of type. 1985. Ponnuswamy. 1991.M. 2004. “An introduction to Structural Design of Concrete Bridges”. 5.. 1973... curtailment. B. UNIT IV DESIGN OF PRESTRESSED BRIDGES 9 Flexural and torsional parameters – Courbon’s theory – Distribution co-efficient by exact analysis – Design of girder section – maximum and minimum prestressing forces – Eccentricity – Live load and dead load shear forces – Cable Zone in girder – check for stresses at various sections – check for diagonal tension – Diaphragms – End block – short term and long term deflections.E. Tata McGraw Hill.T. UNIT III LONG SPAN GIRDER BRIDGES 12 Design principles of continuous bridges. New Delhi. UNIT II SHORT SPAN BRIDGES 9 Load distribution theories. UNIT V DESIGN OF PLATE GIRDER BRIDGES. Surrey University Press. and Jaegar. and Jayaram. and Smulski E. Oxford Shire. forces on bridges and design of several types of bridges. Thomson.

18 . UNIT I CLASSIFICATION OF SHELLS 6+6 Classification of shells. types. 1997. UNIT II FOLDED PLATES 6+6 Folded Plate structures. McGraw Hill Book Co. 1999.ASCE Task Committee method – pyramidal roof. . space frames and application of FORMIAN software.Behaviour.31. Santhakumar.S. types of shells.ST 9153 DESIGN OF SHELL AND SPATIAL STRUCTURES L T P C 2 0 2 3 OBJECTIVE:  Study the behaviour and design of shells.. structural action. “Thin Shell Concrete Structures”. conical roofs. “Design of Cylindrical Shells”. structural behaviour. CBS Publishers.. 2.”Principles of Space Structures”.N .R. 1986. folded plates. 5.P.31.R and Senthil. FORMIAN for generation of configuration. ASCE Manual No. Anna University.D. UNIT V SPECIAL METHODS 6+6 Application of Formex Algebra. TOTAL (L:30 + P:30) : 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. design by ACI .general principles of design Philosophy .A. circular cylindrical shells by ASCE Manual No. “Design and Construction of Concrete Shells Roofs”. Ramasamy. Wheeler Publishing Co. 4. Chennai. UNIT IV ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 6+6 Analysis of space frames – detailed design of Space frames – Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Software Packages. UNIT III INTRODUCTION TO SPACE FRAME 6+6 Space frames . Billington. New York. Subramanian.configuration . G. 3.types of nodes .Design of circular domes. “Proceedings of International Conference on Space Structures”. 1982.

columns. UNIT II DESIGN OF COMPOSITE MEMBERS. UNIT V GENERAL 9 Case studies on steel . “Composite Steel and Concrete Structural Members. Design of connections in the composite structures . 3 Johnson R. Anna University. 2.concrete composite construction . UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Introduction to steel . and Bradford M. UNIT III DESIGN OF CONNECTIONS 9 Types of connections. slabs. Blackwell Scientific Publications. Oehlers D. 2007.design of composite trusses.. Pergamon press. 1995.construction. UK.. Degree of shear connection – Partial shear interaction UNIT IV COMPOSITE BOX GIRDER BRIDGES 9 Introduction .ST 9154 DESIGN OF STEEL CONCRETE COMPOSITE STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To develop an understanding of the behaviour and design study of Steel concrete composite elements and structures. 19 . Fundamental behaviour”. Oxford. 2004.behaviour of box girder bridges .theory of composite structures .seismic behaviour of composite structures.A. beam – columns .J. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. 9 Design of composite beams.shear connections.design concepts. “Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete”. Proceedings of Workshop on “Steel Concrete Composite Structures”.concrete composite construction in buildings .P.

Loading.. Rigid frames. Height and Structural form. Approximate methods.. Torsional instability. Taranath B. wall-frames. P-Delta analysis.Light weight concrete .. Gupta. design.braced and hybrid mega systems. tubulars. sequential loading. stiffness of member in stability. deflection.1995. 5. concrete . futrigger .(Editor). Inc. 1986. “Structural Concepts and systems for Architects and Engineers”. UNIT IV STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS 9 Sectional shapes. properties and resisting capacity. temperature effects and fire resistance. prestressing. 1991. 6.L. Translational.S. Accurate analysis and reduction techniques. cracking. McGraw Hill. 20 . simultaneous first-order and PDelta analysis. analysis and design of tall structures. Bryan Stafford Smith and Alexcoull. Analysis for member forces. “Structural Analysis and Design of Tall Buildings”. Lin T. shear walls. 1988. shear flow.high performance. “Advances in Tall Buildings”.Fibre reinforced Concrete .design mixes. New Delhi. New Age International Limited. Delhi. John Wiley and Sons. wall-frames.. second order effects of gravity of loading. cores. UNIT I DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND LOADING 9 Design philosophy. 3. Proceedings of National Seminar on High Rise Structures . 1988. braced frames.ST 9155 DESIGN OF TALL BUILDINGS L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the behaviour. Analysis of buildings as total structural system considering overall integrity and major subsystem interaction. Design for differential movement. Infilled frames. out of plumb effects. 2. High rise behaviour. “Tall Building Structures .Design and Construction Practices for Middle Level Cities. materials . coupled shear walls.Y and Stotes Burry D. drift and twist.S. Gravity loading Wind loading Earthquake loading UNIT II BEHAVIOUR OF VARIOUS STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS 9 Factors affecting growth.Y.Analysis and Design”. UNIT III ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 9 Modelling for approximate analysis. CBS Publishers and Distributors. effect of foundation rotation. John Wiley. computerised general three dimensional analysis. creep and shrinkage effects. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.P. Beedle. UNIT V STABILITY OF TALL BUILDINGS 9 Overall buckling analysis of frames.

2004. Tata McGraw Hill. 4. 1985 Santhakumar A. Tata McGraw Hill.Substation Structures . Birkhauser Publishers. Procs.Testing Towers.R.ST 9156 INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the requirements. UNIT V AUXILLIARY STRUCTURES 9 Chimneys and cooling Towers – Bunkers and Silos – Pipe supporting structures.C.N. UNIT III POWER PLANT STRUCTURES 9 Types of power plants – Design of Turbo generator foundation – containment structures.Tower Foundations . UNIT II INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS 9 Roofs for Industrial Buildings . “Industrial Buildings: A Design Manual”.. Tata McGraw Hill.Steel and RCC . Ventilation and Fire Safety . Chennai. Klauss Daniel.Gantry Girders .Protection against noise and vibration . Katharria Hausmann. Srinivasulu P and Vaidyanathan. “Handbook of Machine Foundations”. “Tall Chimneys .Guidelines of Factories Act. Structural Engineering Research Centre. 1982. 2.an d Murthy S. of Advanced course on “Industrial Structures”. Manohar S. Frank Juttner. 3. Jurgen Axel Adam. 21 . planning and design of Industrial structures.Design of Corbels and Nibs – Machine foundations.S. “Transmission Line Structures”. UNIT I PLANNING AND FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 9 Classification of Industries and Industrial structures . 1992. 5. UNIT IV POWER TRANSMISSION STRUCTURES 9 Transmission Line Towers . 1976. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.planning for Layout Requirements regarding Lighting.Design and Construction”.

4. Materials. Longman Scientific and Technical. Facets of Maintenance.. chemicals. concrete chemicals. repair and rehabilitation. temperature. 1987 Raikar. Raikar Bhavan. shoring and underpinning. 2007 Printed in India by Radha Press. 1987. repair. Ltd. permeability.RandD Centre (SDCPL). causes of deterioration. importance of Maintenance various aspects of Inspection. “Concrete Structures. polymer concrete. Bombay. rehabilitation of structures. Methods of corrosion protection. UNIT I MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR STRATEGIES 8 Maintenance.N. special elements for accelerated strength gain. UNIT IV REPAIRS TO STRUCTURES 10 Repair of structures distressed due to earthquake – Strengthening using FRP Strengthening and stabilization techniques for repair. Epoxy injection.Effects of cover thickness and cracking UNIT III MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES FOR REPAIR 15 Special concretes and mortar. Mortar repair for cracks.R.Effects due to climate. 22 . 110 031 Peter H. UNIT V DEMOLITION OF STRUCTURES 4 Engineered demolition techniques for structures . . 3. Dayaratnam.strength.case studies TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Blakie and Sons. Maintenance and Repair”. India. Galgotia Publications pvt. corrosion resistant steels and cathodic protection . R. Construction and Service” . corrosion .P and Rao. UK. “Learning from failures . Santhakumar A. vacuum concrete. 1997.. corrosion inhibitors.C.R. Allen R. ferro cement and polymers coating for rebars loadings from concrete. UK. “Maintenance and Durability of Concrete Structures”.Deficiencies in Design.ST 9157 MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES L T PC 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the damages.Emmons. thermal properties and cracking. University Press. “Concrete Repair and Maintenance Illustrated”. sulphur infiltrated concrete.design and construction errors .T and Edwards S. Allen and Harold Roper. mortar and dry pack. 6. New Delhi. 1991.. Denison Campbell. “Repair of Concrete Structures”. 2. UNIT II SERVICEABILITY AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE 8 Quality assurance for concrete construction concrete properties. 5. Expansive cement. Gunite and Shotcrete. “Concrete Technology” Oxford University Press. Assessment procedure for evaluating a damaged structure. 2001.

Strains. Residual Stresses UNIT III ANALYSIS OF LAMINATED COMPOSITES 9 Governing equations for anisotropic and orthotropic plates.Hyer.M.. Static. Hooke’s law for orthotropic and anisotropic materials. 1980. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Introduction to Composites. Sandwich Construction.J. Kogakusha Ltd. University Press.M. Classifying composite materials. McGraw-Hill. 1999. “Mechanics of composite materials”. Composite Joints. Failure Criterion. UNIT V APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN 9 Metal and Ceramic Matrix Composites. Jones R. 4. Mukhopadhyay. Tokyo. 2. McGraw Hill. Review. Maximum Strain. Properties of Unidirectional Long Fiber Composites. “Analysis and Performance of fiber composites”. 2004.L. “ Mechanics of Composite Materials and Structures”.B. Linear Elasticity for Anisotropic Materials. dynamic and stability analysis for simpler cases of composite plates.D. 5. Applications of Composites. 1975. John-Wiley and Sons. Interlaminar stresses. “Stress Analysis of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials”. India.ST 9158 MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the behaviour of composite materials and to investigate the failure and fracture characteristics. Daniel and Ishai. Angle-ply and cross ply laminates. UNIT IV FAILURE AND FRACTURE OF COMPOSITES 9 Netting Analysis. Short Fiber Composites. Environmental Issues TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Oxford University Press. Design with Composites. and Broutman. 23 . Michael W. 3. Agarwal. Composite Construction. “Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials”. Maximum Stress. Fracture Mechanics of Composites. UNIT II STRESS STRAIN RELATIONS 9 Concepts in solid mechanics. Rotations of Stresses... Commonly used fiber and matrix constituents. 2005.

. 2008. hysteretic models and analysis of uniform and variable stiffness members under cyclic loading UNIT IV ELASTIC AND INELASTIC ANALYSIS OF PLATES 9 Elastic and inelastic analysis of uniform and variable thickness plates UNIT V NONLINEAR VIBRATION AND INSTABILITY 9 Nonlinear vibration and Instabilities of elastically supported beams. 2. Oxford University Press. CRC Press. Boca Raton. 1998.N. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. UNIT II 9 and INELASTIC ANALYSIS OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS statically 9 Inelastic analysis of uniform and variable thickness members subjected to small deformations.”Nonlinear Analysis of Structures”. 3. inelastic analysis of flexible bars of uniform and variable stiffness members with and without axial restraints UNIT III VIBRATION THEORY AND ANALYSIS OF OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS 9 Vibration theory and analysis of flexible members. D. “Non linear Finite Element Analysis”. Sathyamoorthy. Boca Raton. statically determinate indeterminate flexible bars of uniform and variable thickness. M. Florida. Reddy. Florida. . UNIT I ELASTIC ANALYSIS OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS Introduction to nonlinear mechanics. 24 . Fertis.ST 9159 NONLINEAR ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the concept of nonlinear behaviour and analysis of elements and simple structures. G.J..”Nonlinear Mechanics”. 1997. CRC Press.

RP2A.T.J. foundation modeling. UNIT I WAVE THEORIES 8 Wave generation process.K. Dalls. 1979. 1991. 2. Dawson.. UNIT III OFFSHORE SOIL AND STRUCTURE MODELLING Different types of offshore structures. S. Florida.1 and Vol. 1983 Brebia. 4. Vol. S. “Offshore Structural Engineering”. 25 . helipads. Recommended Practice for Planning. Designing and Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms. foundation analysis and dynamics of offshore structures.A and Walker. “Hydrodynamics of Offshore Structures”. small and finite amplitude wave theories. UNIT II FORCES OF OFFSHORE STRUCTURES 8 Wind forces. Krieger Publishing Company. D.. pipes and cables. and Arockiasamy. “Offshore Structures”. wave forces on vertical. M. N..ST 9160 OFFSHORE STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the concept of wave theories. inclined cylinders.K. Chakrabarti.2000. 3. New Butterworths. forces and design of jacket towers. Jacket tower and mooring cables and pipe lines. API. “Dynamic Analysis of Offshore Structures”. Prentice Hall Inc Englewood Cliffs.2.V. American Petroleum Institute Publication. 5. 10 TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. U. C. UNIT V DESIGN OF OFFSHORE STRUCTURES Design of platforms. structures . Computational Mechanics Publications. UNIT IV ANALYSIS OF OFFSHORE STRUCTURES 10 Static method of analysis. structural 9 modeling.H. 1987.current forces and use of Morison equation. Tex. Reddy.

Behaviour and other constraints .Design space . Constraints .Slack. “Optimum Structural Design”. “Optimization theory and applications”. New Delhi.Unimodal function . structures such as multistorey buildings.Dual algorithm. 3. Non-negativity.Linear and non-linear. “Optimization in Structural Design”.reducing G. Wiley Eastern (P) Ltd.Multivariable optimization with no constraints . Unconstrained optimization Techniques. 1984 Uri Krish.Duality theory . Affiliated East West Press Ltd. UNIT II LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING 10 LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Formulation of problems . UNIT V STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS 9 Methods for optimal design of structural elements.K. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.simplex method . Prentice-Hall.Fibonacci Method .R and Gupta. Differential calculus .Interpolation methods.S.N. 4.degree of difficulty .Basic feasible solution .Local and global optima. NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING: One Dimensional minimization methods: Unidimensional . 1997 26 .Concept of solving problems with one degree of difficulty.Optimality criteria Single variable optimization .Representation of a multistage decision problem .C.Objective Function.P.G.Two phase method Penalty method . 2.S.concept of sub-optimization problems using classical and tabular methods. UNIT IV DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 9 Bellman’s principle of optimality . surplus and artificial variables Canonical form . New Jersey 1971.with inequality constraints ( Khun .Minimum weight design for truss members .Exhaustive and unrestricted search Dichotomous search .Primal .(Lagrange Multiplier method) .Feasible and infeasible .Unconstrained and constrained problems with zero difficulty . Rao.Graphical solution Analytical methods . McGraw Hill Book Co.Golden section method .Fully stressed design . Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Services.Optimization principles to design of R. UNIT III GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING 8 Posynomial ..ST 9161 OPTIMIZATION OF STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the optimization methodologies applied to structural engineering UNIT I BASIC PRINCIPLES AND CLASSICAL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 9 Definition .Equality and inequality . water tanks and bridges. 1981 Spunt.S. Iyengar. Side. continuous beams and single storied frames using plastic theory .P to a set of simultaneous equations .Convex and Concave .Tucker Criteria). “Structural Design Optimisation”.Active constraint .Standard form .

joint sealants. and Rehat D. Description of joints. IS Code specifications. STAIRS AND ROOFS 9 Types of floor slabs. Building with Large Prefabricates. Akademiai Kiado. C. Deflection control for short term and long term loads.. 3. 7. Vol. hand book based design. and Bailov.I II and III. 1968. Eccentricity and stability of wall panels. 1990..Long wall and cross-wall large panel buildings. wind bracing design. R.V. approximate design of shear walls.A managerial approach. their behaviour and reinforcement requirements.T. joint design.. 2. Location and types of shear walls. Knowledge Based Process Planning for Construction and Manufacturing. Disuniting of Prefabricates. one way and two way prefabricated slabs. Bauverlag. Mir Publishers. Industrialization and Robotics in Building . A. 1966 Koncz. Sigalov.C. specific requirements for planning and layout of prefabricates plant. corbels and columns. Warszawski. Deflection control. Gerostiza. Folded plate and hypar-prefabricated shells. Academic Press.R. load transfer from floor to wall panels. 1964. Society for the Studies in the use of Precase Concrete. 5. standardization. Amsterdam/ London/New York. Budapest. transportation. Blocks and large panels. Leak prevention. analysis and design example of cored and panel types and twoway systems. Hendrikson. UNIT III FLOORS . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Inc. stages of loading and codal provisions. 6. Structural Design Manual. production.Lewicki. Precast Concrete Connection Details. UNIT IV WALLS 9 Types of wall panels. Ultimate strength calculations in shear and flexure. erection. types of roof slabs and insulation requirements. vertical loads. their behaviour and design. Lasslo Mokk.. staircase slab design. Cylindrical. Curtain. sandwich wall panels. analysis and design of elements. 4. Connections – Beam to column and column to column.Modular co-ordination.Z.V.E. Roof Panels. Framed buildings with partial and curtain walls. 1971. Roof Trusses. Lateral load resistance. Manual of Precast Concrete Construction. Harper and Row. C. types of wall joints. safety factors. Erection and jointing. Prefabricated Concrete for Industrial and Public Sectors. 27 .. 1989. material properties. B. Elsevier Publishing Company. Murashev.. Partition and load bearing walls. UNIT II REINFORCED CONCRETE 9 Prefabricated structures .. Netherland Betor Verlag. UNIT V INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND SHELL ROOFS 9 Components of single-storey industrial sheds with crane gantry systems. UNIT I DESIGN PRINCIPLES 9 General Civil Engineering requirements. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures. GMBH. Design Curves. 1978..ST 9162 PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To Study the design principles.

John Wiley and Sons Inc. UNIT III DESIGN OF CONTINUOUS BEAMS 9 Analysis and design of continuous beams .. UNIT V DESIGN OF COMPOSITE MEMBERS 9 Composite beams .T. Analysis methods losses.Chand and Co. bond and torsion. ultimate strength .ST 9163 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  Principle of prestressing.N. need for High Strength materials.. camber. “Prestressed Concrete”. Krishna Raju.C. 1958.concept of linear transformations.. and Bennett. flagmasts and similar structures. analysis and design of prestressed concrete structures. 2008. UNIT II DESIGN OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS 9 Behaviour of flexural members. 3.W. Rajagopalan. “Prestressed Concrete”. Narosa Publications.1981. 4. concordant cable profile and gap cables UNIT IV DESIGN OF TENSION AND COMPRESSION MEMBERS 9 Design of tension members . 5. R.Roy.and. New Delhi.N. Champman and Hall. 2.Methods of achieving continuity .2000. “Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures”. UNIT I PRINCIPLES OF PRESTRESSING 9 Principles of Prestressing . “Fundamentals of Prestressed Concrete”. London.Y.their applications. Evans. E.application in the design of prestressed pipes and prestressed concrete cylindrical water tanks .its advantages and applications.its application in the design piles. Prestressed Concrete. 1998.H. Sinha. determination of ultimate flexural strength – Codal provisions -Design of flexural members. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. cable layouts. Partial prestressing .types and systems of prestressing. Lin. Design of end blocks.Design of compression members with and without flexure .analysis and design. Design for shear. deflection (short-long term). Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 28 . S.K.S.

“Theory of Elastic Stability”. 1995. “Principles of Structures Stability Theory”.Slope deflection and stiffness method.Moment distribution .Tangent modulus theory . Chajes. Gambhir. 2004. New Delhi. Governing equation for columns .. Galerkins approach . Timoshenko.R..Classification of buckling problems concept of equilibrium. Approximate methods Rayleigh Ritz.Lateral buckling of beams. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 3. 1974.Eccentrically loaded inelastic column.Analysis for various boundary conditions .Torsional and flexural buckling . various edge conditions Analysis by equilibrium and energy approach .Post buckling behaviour of plates TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.. energy. UNIT I BUCKLING OF COLUMNS 12 States of equilibrium ..Local buckling. Inelastic buckling of plates . A. 29 . pure bending of simply supported beam and cantilever. 4. and Gere. distributed load and end couples Analysis of rigid jointed frames with and without sway . Buckling of Open Sections.Shanley’s model . Affiliated East West Press..Finite difference method . New York . . 5. Ashwini Kumar.Eigen value problem. Energy methods. 2.Buckling of thin plates. Prentice Hall.Stability analysis of beam column with single and several concentrated loads. UNIT IV BUCKLING OF PLATES 9 Governing differential equation .G. Numerical solutions.ST 9164 STABILITY OF STRUCTURES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the concept of buckling and analysis of structural elements. springer.Effect of shear on buckling UNIT II BUCKLING OF BEAM-COLUMNS AND FRAMES 9 Theory of beam column . McGraw Hill Book Company. “Structural stability of columns and plates”.N.using Equilibrium.Approximate and Numerical techniques UNIT V INELASTIC BUCKLING 6 Double modulus theory . “Stability Analysis and Design of Structures”. S. Iyenger.Numerical Techniques . 1963.1986. “Stability Theory of Structures”. UNIT III TORSIONAL AND LATERAL BUCKLING 9 Torsional buckling . imperfection and vibration approaches to stability analysis .

W. Reddy J N. 2. UNIT IV SPECIAL AND APPROXIMATE METHODS. UNIT II RECTANGULAR PLATES 12 Rectangular plates. McGraw Hill Book Company. 5. K. UNIT V ANISOTROPIC PLATES AND THICK PLATES 7 Orthotropic plates and grids. Khanna Publishers. Rectangular plates with various edge conditions. “Theory and Analysis of Plates”. Timoshenko. 3. 2001. 30 . Prentice Hall Inc. 1996. UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO PLATES THEORY 10 Thin Plates with small deflection. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.. various boundary conditions. Szilard. “Plate Analysis”. 8 Energy methods. New York.ST 9165 THEORY OF PLATES L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the behaviour and analysis of thin plates and the behaviour of anisotropic and thick plates. governing differential equation. Bairagi. Simply supported rectangular plates. McGraw Hill Book Company.. S. 1990. and Krieger S. “Theory and Analysis of Elastic Plates and Shells”. Chandrashekahara. 4.. Hyderabad. plates on elastic foundation. moderately thick plates. UNIT III CIRCULAR PLATES 8 Symmetrical bending of circular plates. Theory of Plates. University Press (India) Ltd. Finite difference and Finite element methods. 2006. Laterally loaded thin plates. “Theory of Plates and Shells”. R. 1995. Navier solution and Levy's method.

Wind velocity. Aero-elastic models. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 10 Introduction. 1972. 3. Lawson T.M. 1989. Chimneys. Elsevier Publications. Flexible structures. UNIT III EFFECT OF WIND ON STRUCTURES 12 .J.. London. shape factor. 2. variation of speed with height. Rigid structures. Pirner. analysis and design of structures. New York. IS 875 code method. UNIT II WIND TUNNEL STUDIES 5 Wind Tunnel Studies. Types of tunnels. Cook. Interpretation of results. Roofs. Fischer. “The Designer's Guide to Wind Loading of Building Structures”. Tall buildings. Kolousek. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Applied Science Publishers. cladding design. Modeling requirements. Shelters UNIT V CYCLONE EFFECTS 6 Cyclone effect on structures.ST 9166 WIND AND CYCLONE EFFECTS ON STRUCTURES L T PC 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVE:  To study the concept of wind effects. Static and dynamic effects. 1980. “Wind Effects on Civil Engineering Structures”. UNIT IV IS CODES AND SPECIAL STRUCTURES 12 Application to design.. chimneys. drag effects. aspect ratio.J.N.V. Gust factor. 31 . Butterworths. 4. Method of measurement. Buildings. 1984 Peter Sachs.O and Naprstek. Spectral studies.Wind on structures. I and II”. Pergamon Press.V. window glass design. “Wind Effects on Building Vol. “Wind Forces in Engineering”.