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TECHCIVILENGINEERING

st
I semester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. GPT301 Moral&ValueEducation 2 0 0 2
2. LNG302 ProfessionalCommunication1 3 0 0 3
3. ME304 WorkshopPractice&Technology 2 0 2 4
4. ME301 EngineeringGraphicsI 0 0 2 2
5. ME408 EngineeringThermodynamics 2 0 1 3
6. CE401 EngineeringMechanics 2 1 0 3
7. PHY312 EngineeringPhysics 3 1 1 5
8. MAS411 EngineeringMathematicsI 3 1 0 4
Total 17 3 12 26
IIndsemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. LNG303 ProfessionalCommunicationII 3 0 0 3
2. CHEM513 EngineeringChemistry 3 1 1 5
3. COMP410 Computer&Languages 2 1 1 4
4. ME401 Engineering.GraphicsII 0 0 2 2
5. MAS490 EngineeringMathematicsII 3 1 0 4
6. ECE301 BasicElectronics 2 1 1 4
7. EEE303 ElectricalEngineering 3 0 1 4
Total 16 4 12 26
IIIrdSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. SES415 EnvironmentalstudiesI 2 0 0 2
2. MAS590 EngineeringMathematicsIII 3 1 0 4
3. COMP510 FoundationofInformationTechnology 2 1 2 5
4. CE405 FluidMechanicsI 2 1 1 4
5. CE402 Surveyingandleveling 2 0 2 4
6. CE408 Strengthofmaterial 3 0 0 3
Total 14 3 10 22
IVthSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. CE504 Advancesurveying 2 1 1 4
2. CE403 Buildingmaterial&Construction 2 1 1 4
3. CE413 StructuralanalysisI 2 1 1 4
4. CE501 FluidMechanicsII 3 0 0 3
5. CE404 CivilEngineeringDrawing 0 0 2 2
6. MAS491 ComputerBasedNumerical&Statistical 3 1 1 5
Techniques
7. SES416 EnvironmentalStudiesII 2 0 0 2
8. SWLE403 EngineeringHydrology 3 0 0 3
Total 17 4 12 27


VthSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. CE505 StructuralanalysisII 2 1 1 4
2. CE414 ConcretestructureI 2 1 1 4
3. TransportationEngineeringI 2 1 1 4
CE415
4. CE416 GeotechEngineeringI 2 1 0 3
5. CE511 HydraulicMachines 2 1 1 4
6. SWLE508 GroundWaterEngineering 3 0 0 3
7. BAM315 Elementsofeconomics&principals 3 1 0 4
managementscience
Total 16 6 8 26

VIthSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. CE506 Estimationandcostingmanagement 2 1 0 3
2. CE507 ConcretestructureII 2 1 1 4
3. TransportationEngineeringII 2 1 0 3
CE508
4. CE608 EngineeringGeology 2 1 1 4
5. CE509 GeotechnicalEngineeringII 2 1 1 4
6. CE510 EnvironmentalEngineeringI 3 1 0 4
7. CE503 Surveycamp 0 0 2 2
8. SWLE408 WaterResourcesEnggI 2 1 0 3
Total 15 7 10 27
VIIthSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. CE601 CADinStructures 2 0 2 4
2. CE603 EnvironmentalEngineeringII 2 1 1 4
3. DesignofSteelStructure 3 1 0 4
CE605
4. CE606 Projectplanningandconstructionmanagement 3 1 0 4
5. SWLE502 IrrigationEngineering 3 0 1 4
6. CE699A Project(ProjectFormulation) 0 0 2 2
7. CE580 SeminarI 0 0 1 1
8. CE500 Training 0 0 1 1*
Total 12 3 18 24
VIIIthSemester
S.No Coursecode Course Credit
L T P Total
1. CE680 SeminarII 0 0 1 1
2. CE650679 ElectiveI 3 0 0 3
3. CE650679 ElectiveII 3 0 0 3
4. CE650679 ElectiveIII 3 0 0 3
5. SWLE516 WaterResourceEngineeringII 2 1 0 3
6. CE699B Project(ProjectExecution&Report) 0 0 6 6
Total 12 4 16 19
*ProjectwillbeallottedinSeventhsemesterandwillbecarriedineightsemesters.
**FourweekIndustrialtrainingwillbedoneaftersixsemesters.

Moral&ValueEducation
CourseCodeGPT301 Credit02[200]
My country and my people the Indians, being and becoming an Indian, Nationalism and
Internationalism.
Some life issues Love, Sex and marriage; Men and Money value of time, meaning of work, human
communication,humansuffering,addiction,ecology,womensissues.
Understanding ones neighbor neighbor hood groups, their structure and functions, patterns of social
interactionofgroupdynamics.
Preparation for careerchoice of vocation, motivation for study and research, the present education
system,curriculumandsyllabus,teachingmethod,examinationandworkexperience.
Definitionofvalueeducation,MoralandEthics,LawsandMoralbasedonTenCommandmentsandtwo
greatcommandments.
Discoveryofself,Selfawareness,GrowthofintellectMansspiritualnature,emotions,will,respectthe
rightsoflife,liberty,property,truth,reputation.
Sin,Originofsin,manifestationofsin,theresultsofsin,theremedyofsin,sinasanact,sinasastate,sin
asanature.
Consciences as defined in Oxford dictionary and Winston Dictionary, types of consciousness (such as
evil,convicted,purged,pure,weak,good,voidofoffence).
ProfessionalCommunication1
CourseCodeLNG302 3[300]
StudyofselectedLiteracyTextsCollectionofshortessays,Collectionofshortstories.
Testing Written Comprehension Ability Comprehension Passages of 500 words, Multiple Choice
Questions.
Composition&GrammarReportWriting,CharacteristicsofBusinessReports.
Structureofreports:FrontMatter,MainBody,andBackMatter
StyleofReports:Definition,theScientificAttitude,ReadabilityofReports,ChoiceofWordsandPhrases,
Constructionandlengthofsentences,ConstructionandlengthofParagraphs.Thelineoutorbreakupofa
format report Blank Form Report, Frogen Report, Memoranda Form Report, Periodic Report,
MiscellaneousReport.
SpeechDrillsUsingthelanguagelaboratorytodevelopSpeakingCommunicationSkills.
WordAccent:Productionofcorrectaccentualpatternsinvolvingtwoandthreesyllabiwords.
Rhythm:Stresstonerhythminsentences.
Intonation:RisingToneandTalkingToneEarTrainingandProductionTests.
References:
1. CloseR.A.:AUniversityGrammarofEnglishWorkbook.
2. Longman,London,1998.
3. Jones,Daniel:EnglishPronouncingDictionary,ELBS,andLondon,1999.
4. SharmaS.D:ATextbookofSpokenandWrittenEnglish,Vikas,1994.
5. Alvarez,JosephA.:TheElementsofTechnicalWriting,NewYork:Harcourt,1998.
6. 5.Bansal,R.K.:SpokenEnglishForIndia,OrientLongman,1993


WorkshopPractice
CourseCodeME310 Credit4[202]
1.Introduction
Classification of manufacturing processes, Primary shaping process, Machining processes, Joining
processes,Surfacefinishingprocesses,Plant&Shoplayout,IndustrialSafety.
2.PropertiesofMetals
Strength, Elasticity, Stiffness, Plasticity, Malleability, Ductility, Brittleness, Toughness, Hardness, Impact
strength,Fatigue,Creep.
3.ClassificationofMetals
Wrought iron, Cast iron, Grey cast iron, White cast iron, Nodular cast iron, Alloy cast iron, Steel, Mild
steel, Medium Carbon steel, High carbon steel and its application. Effect of alloying elements on steel,
Specialalloysteels,e.g.stainlesssteel,highspeedsteel,cuttingalloys.
4.NonferrousMetals
Aluminium,Copper,Zinc,Lead,Tin,Nickel,Nonferrousalloys,Brass,Bronze.
5.CarpentryShop
Introduction, Selection of timber, Seasoning of Timber, Common defects in timber, Preservation of
timber, Auxiliary materials used in carpentry, Veerners and Veneering, Plywood, Wood working hand
tools, Marking and measuring tools, Holding & Supporting tools, Cutting tools, Saws, chisel, Planers,
Boringtools,Woodworkingprocesses,Joineryworkclassificationofjoints.
6.BenchWorking&FittingShop
Introduction, Vices, Vice blocks, Surface plates, Trisquare, Bevel square, Combination set files, Chisel,
Hacksaw,Surfacegauge,Universalsurfacegauge,Punches,Calipers,Dividers,Pliers,Spanners,Drillstaps.
Dieanddiestock.Screwpitchgauge,Wiregauge,Dialindicator,Benchworkingprocesses.
7.WeldingShop
Concept of welding, Resistance welding, Spot welding resistance butt and flash welding, Resistance
projection welding and seam welding, Electric arc welding, Gas welding (OxyAcetylene welding),
Equipmentsandprocess,weldingjointsandpositionsofwelding.
8.SheetMetalShop
Introduction,Metalsusedinsheetmetalshophandtools,Sheetmetaloperations.
Listofpractical:
1. TomakeaTlapcarpentryjoint.
2. Tomakethewoodenblockofgivensizewiththehelpofplanningtomakeasquareslot,to
makeasemicirculararc.
3. TomakeanShook.
4. Metalpractice Filing,hacksawing,drilling,tapping.
5. Tomakeabookstand.
6. Tomakeabuttjointwiththehelpofelectricarcwelding.
7. Tomakealapjointwiththehelpofelectricarcwelding.
8. TostudyandsketchtheLatheMachine.
EngineeringGraphicsI
CourseCodeME301 Credit2[002]
Introduction:
Graphicsasatooltocommunicateideas,engineeringdrawinginstrumentsanditsuses.Letteringand
dimensioning,scales,layoutsofdrawingsheetsConstructionofgeometricalfigureslikepentagonand
hexagon.
OrthographicProjection:
Principlesoforthographicprojections,Principalandauxiliaryplanes,FirstandThirdangleprojections.
Projectionofpoints.Pictorialview.
Projectionoflinesparalleltoboththeplanes.Paralleltooneandinclinedtoother,Inclinedtoboththe
planes.Applicationtopracticalproblems.
Projection of solid in simple position, Axis or slant edge inclined to one and parallel to other Plane,
Solidslyingonafaceorgeneratoronaplane.
Sectioningofsolidslyinginvariouspositions,Trueshapeofthesection.
Developmentoflateralsurfaces,sheetmetaldrawing.

IsometricProjection:
Principlesofisometricprojection,Isometricprojectionusingboxandoffsetmethods.
References:
BhattN.D.:ElementaryEngineeringDrawing,CharotharPublishing.
LaxmiNarayanV&VaishW.:ATextBookofPracticalGeometryonGeometricalDrawing.

BasicElectronics
CourseCodeECE310 Credit4[211]
EnergyBandsinSolids:
Energybandtheoryofsolids,Conceptofforbiddengap,Insulators,MetalsandSemiconductors.
TransportPhenomenoninSemiconductors:
Mobility and conductivity, electrons and holes in an intrinsic semiconductor, Donor and acceptor
impurities,Fermilevel,carrierdensitiesinsemiconductor,electricalpropertiesofsemiconductor,Hall
effect,Diffusion.
JunctionDiode:
PNjunction,depletionlayer,VIcharacteristics,dioderesistance,capacitance,switchingtime,diode
applicationasarectifier(halfwaveandfullwave),diodecircuits(clipper,clamper,voltage
multipliers)Breakdownmechanism,Zener&Avalanche,breakdowncharacteristics,Zenerdiodeand
itsapplications.
BijunctionTransistor:
BipolarjunctionTransistor,CE,CBandCCconfiguration,characteristiccurves(cutoff,activeand
saturationregion),Requirementofbiasing,biasingtypesandbiasinganalysis,stability.
TransistorasanAmplifier:
GraphicalanalysisofCEamplifier,conceptofvoltagegain,currentgainandpowergain,hparameter
(lowfrequency),computationofAv,RI,Roandapproximateformulae.
OperationalAmplifiers:
Conceptsofidealopamp,inverting,noninvertingandunitygainamplifiers,adders,difference
amplifiers.,Integrators.
SwitchingTheory&LogicGates:
Numbersystems,conversionofbases,Booleanalgebra,LogicGates,conceptofuniversalgate,
canonicalforms,andminimizationusingKmap.
ElectronicInstruments:
Multimeter,CROanditsApplications.
References:
1. Boylestad&Nashelsky/ElectronicDevices&Circuits/PHI.
2. MorrisMano/DigitalComputerDesign/PHI.
3. Milliman,J.Halkias/IntegratedElectronics/TMH.
4. Malvino&Leach/DigitalPrinciples&Application/
ListofExperiments:
1. StudyofDiodecharacteristics.
2. StudyofCommonBaseTransistorcharacteristics.
3. StudyofCommonEmitterTransistorcharacteristics.
4. StudyofHalfWaveRectifierwitheffectofCapacitorandalsocalculatetheripplefactor.
5. StudyofFullWaveRectifierwitheffectofCapacitorandalsocalculatetheripplefactor.
6. StudyofVariousLogicGates.
7. StudyofClippingandclampingCircuits.
8. StudyofC.R.O.,Functiongenerator,Multimeter.
ElectricalEngineering
CourseCodeEEE304 Credit4[301]
SinusoidalSteadyStateCircuitAnalysis:
Voltage, Current, Sinusoidal & Phasor representation.1Phase A.C. Circuitbehavior of resistance,
InductanceandCapacitanceandtheircombinations,impedance,conceptofpower,powerfactor,series
&parallelresonancebandwidthandqualityfactor.
NetworkTheory:



Introductiontobasicphysicallaws,Networktheory:Superposition,Thevenin,Norton,MaximumPower
transfertheorems,Stardeltatransformation,CircuittheoryConcepts:MeshandNodalanalysis.
ThreePhaseSupply:
Star/delta connections, line and phase voltage/current relations, Threephase power and its
measurement.
BasicInstruments:
Instruments for measurement of voltage, Current, power and energy: Construction, principle and
application.
MagneticCircuitandTransformer:
Magneticcircuitconcept,theoryandworkingprincipleofsinglephasetransformer.
RotatingMachines:
Principlesofenergyconversion,Basicconceptsofrotatingmachines,DCmachines,Differenttypesand
their characteristics & applications. Elementary idea of operation of synchronous and induction
machines.Singlephaseinduction&steppermotors,Applications.
PowerSystems:
Introduction,Elements,Linediagram,Supplysystems,Powerfactorimprovement.
Reference:
1. V.DelToro/PrinciplesofElectricalEngineering/PHI.
2. W.HHayt&J.EKennedy/EngineeringCircuitAnalysis/McGrawHill.
3. I.JNagrath/BasicElectricalEngineering/TataMcGrawHill.
4. A.EFitzgerald/ElectronicInstruments&MeasurementTechniques/PHI.
5. HigginbothamL.Grabel/BasicElectricalEngineering/McGrawHill.
ListofPracticals:
Aminimumof10experimentsfromthefollowing:
1. VerificationofTheveninsTheorem.
2. VerificationofSuperpositionTheorem.
3. VerificationofNortonsTheorem
4. VerificationofKirchoffsLaw.
5. TomeasurethevalueofimpedanceandpowerfactorinRLCseriesA.C.circuit.
6. TomeasurethevalueofimpedanceandpowerfactorinRLCparallelA.C.
7. circuit.
8. TostudyresonancebyfrequencyvariationinseriesRLCcircuit.
9. Tocalibratethegivenenergymeterwiththehelpofastandardwattmeter.
10. Tofindtherelationbetweenlinecurrentandphasecurrentandlinevoltageandphasevoltagein
StarDeltaconnections.
11. Toperformopencircuitandshortcircuittestanddrawtheequivalentcircuitofasinglephase
transformer.
12. Tomeasurethreephasepowerbytwowattmetermethod.
13. Todrawthemagnetizingcharacteristicofasinglephasetransformer.
Additionalexperimentsmaybeaddedbasedoncontentsofsyllabi.

EngineeringPhysics

CourseCodePHY312 Credit 5[31


1]

SpecialTheoryofRelativity:
Michelson Morley experiment, Inertial frames of reference, Postulates of special theory of relativity,
Lorentz transformation equation of space and time, length contraction, time dilaton, addition of
velocities,variationofmasswithvelocity,massenergyequivalence.
Optics:
Interference: Coherent sources, Conditions of interference, Fresnels biprism experiment,
displacementoffringes,interferenceinthinfilms,wedgeshapedfilm,Newtonsrings.
Diffraction: Single slit and double slit diffraction, diffraction grating, Reyleighs criterion of limit of
resolution,resolvingpoweroftelescope,microscopeandgrating.
Polarization:Polarizationoflight,Pictorialrepresentationofpolarizedlight,Brewsterslaw,Maluslaw,
Phenomena of double refraction, Geometry of calcite crystal, Optical activity, Specific rotation,
Polarimeter.


Fields:
Scalar and vector fields, Gradient of a scalar field, divergence and curl of a vector field, line integral,
conservativevectorfield,GaussDivergencetheorem,Stokestheorem.
Electrostatics:
Gausslawanditsapplications,PoissonandLaplaceequations.Maxwellsequations,BasicConceptsof
Electromagneticwavesanditssolutioninfreespace.
MagneticPropertiesofMaterials:
Para,dia,ferro,antiferroandferromagneticmaterials,hysteresis,Methodsofplottinghysteresiscurve
ofaferromagneticmaterialandtheiruses,magneticcircuits.
XRays:
Origin of Xrays, Continuous and characteristic XRay spectra, Moseleys law, Absorption of Xrays,
DiffractionofXrays,Braggslaw,Braggsspectrometer,PracticalapplicationofXrays,Comptoneffect.
QuantumTheory:
Wave particle duality, De Broglie concept of matter waves, Davisson and Germer experiment,
Heissenbergsuncertaintyprinciple,Schrodingerwaveequationanditsapplications.
Laser:
Spontaneousandstimulatedemissionofradiation,Einsteinscoefficients,Maincomponentsofalaser,
typesoflasersandtheirapplications.

References:
1. ArthurBeiser:ConceptsOfModernPhysics,TMH.
2. Subramanyam&BrijLal:ATextBookofOptics,S.Chand&Co.
3. K.K.Tiwari:Electricity&Magnetism,S.Chand&Co.
4. BrijLal&Subramanyam:Electricity&Magnetism.
5. Wehr,Richardo&Adair:PhysicsoftheAtom.
ListOfExperiments(AnyTen)
1. TodeterminethewavelengthofmonochromaticlightbyNewtonsring.
2. TodeterminethewavelengthofmonochromaticlightwiththehelpofFresnelsbiprism.
3. Todeterminethefocallengthoftwolensesbynodalslideandlocatethepositionofcardinal
points.
4. Todeterminethespecificrotationofcanesugarsolutionusinghalfshadepolarimeter.
5. Todeterminethewavelengthofspectrallinesusingplanetransmissiongrating.
6. TodeterminethespecificresistanceofthematerialofgivenwireusingCareyFostersbridge.
7. Todeterminethevariationofmagneticfieldalongtheaxisofacurrentcarryingcoilandthento
estimatetheradiusofthecoil.
8. ToverifyStefansLawbyelectricalmethod.
9. Tocalibratethegivenammeterandvoltmeter.
10. TostudytheHallEffectanddetermineHallcoefficient,carrierdensityandmobilityofagiven
semiconductormaterialusingHallEffectsetup.
11. Todeterminetheenergybandgapofagivensemiconductormaterial.
12. TodetermineE.C.EofcopperusingTangentorHelmholtzgalvanometer.
13. Todrawhysteresiscurveofagivensampleofferromagneticmaterialandfromthistodetermine
magneticsusceptibilityandpermeabilityofthegivenspecimen.
14. Todeterminetheballisticconstantofaballisticgalvanometer.
15. Todeterminetheviscosityofaliquid.
16. Todeterminerefractiveindexofthematerialofprismusingspectrometer.
EngineeringMathematicsI

CourseCodeMAS411 Credit4[310]

Matrices :Elementary row and column transformations, Linear dependence, Rank of matrix,
Consistencyofsystemoflinearequationsandsolutionoflinearequations,Characteristicequation,
andCaleyHamiltontheorem,EigenvaluesandEigenvectors,Diagonalisation,Complexandunitary
matrices.



DifferentialCalculusI:Leibnitztheorem,Partialdifferentiation,Eulerstheorem,Asymptotes,Curve
tracing, Change of Variables, expansion of functions of one and several variables. Cylindrical and
sphericalcoordinatesystems
DifferentialCalculusII:Jacobian,Approximationoferrors,Extremaoffunctionofseveralvariables,
Lagrangesmethodofmultipliers(simpleapplications).
Multipleintegrals:Doubleandtripleintegrals,changeoforder,changeofvariables,Gamma&Beta
functions,applicationtoarea,volume,Disrichletsintegralanditsapplications.
Vector Calculus: Point functions, Gradient, divergence and curl of a vector and their physical
interpretations, line, surface & volume integrals, Gauss divergence theorem and Greens & Stokes
theorem.
References:
1. ShantiNarayan:ATextBookofmatrices,S.Chand&Co.
2. Thomas/Finney:CalculusandAnalyticGeometry,NarosaPub.House.
3. J.N.Kapur:MathematicalStatistis,S.Chand&Co.
4. C.Prasad:MathematicsforEngineers,PrasadMudranalaya.
5. B.S.Grewal:HigherEngineeringMathematics,KhannaPublishers.
6. Jaggi&Mathur:AdvancedEngineeringMathematics,KhannaPublishers.
7. Piskunov,N.:Differential&IntegralCalculus,MoscowPeacePub.
8. H.K.Das,EngineeringMathematics.
9. VijaiShankarVerma&SanjeevKumar,EngineeringMathematics.
10.RakeshDubey,EngineeringMathematics

ProfessionalCommunicationII

CourseCodeLNG303 Credit3[300]

TechnicalWrittenCommunication:
Nature,originanddevelopmentoftechnicalwrittencommunication,SalientFeatures,Difference
betweentechnicalwritingandgeneralwriting.
PrerequisitesofScientificandTechnicalCommunication:
Fragmentsentences,Parallelcomparisons,Elementsofaseries,Squintingconstructionandsplit
infinitive,Modifiers,connectives,antecedentsandclausesubordination,Danglingparticiplesand
gerunds.
Ellipsis,Coherence,Unity,Chronologicalmethod,spatialmethod,inductivemethod,linearmethod,
deductivemethod,interruptedmethod.
BusinessCorrespondence:
Generalprinciplesofbusinesscorrespondence.
Ramificationsofbusinessletters.
Lettersgivinginstructions,inquiriesandanswerstoenquiries,complaintsandadjustments,letters
urgingaction,employmentletters,applicationandresumes.
ProposalWriting:Proposal:Definitionsandkinds,Divisionofformatproposals(frontmatter,title
page,summary/abstract,Tableofcontentsetc.)
Statementofrequest,bodystatementofproblem,background,scope,methodology,Advantages
anddisadvantages.
WritingScientificandSemitechnicalArticles:
Sourcematerial,topicsentence,literaturereview.Tables,figures,footnotes,bibliography.
StudyofScientificandGeneralTexts:
Prescribedtextbooksfordetailedstudy
Arora,V.N(et.al.),Improveyourwriting(Delhi:OxfordUniversityPress,1981.
LessonNo.1.2,1.6,2.4,3.5,4.1,4.3,5.1,5.4,6.2.
ForextendedReading(anyoneofthefollowing)
OrwellGeorge,NineteenEightyFour(NewYork:Penguin,1984)
Hemingway,Ernest,TheoldmanandtheSea,(Oxford:1990)




ListeningComprehension:
(a)Eartraining.
(b)Usesoflatestscientifictechniques(AVRComprehensiontrainer,
SRAComprehensiontrainer,SRAComprehensionAccelerator,AVRComprehensionReteometer.)
ReadingComprehension:
(a)Scanningmethod.
(b)Skimmingmethod.
PhoneticTranscription:
StressesandIntonation:
References
1. Sherman,TheodoreA.(etal)ModernTechnicalWriting,NewJersey,PrenticeHall,1991.
2. Legget,Glenn(etal)Essentialsofgrammarandcomposition,Macmillan,Delhi1994.
3. Strunk,Jr.William(etal),Theelementsofstyle,Macmillan,1987.
4. Sharma,S.DATextBookofScientificandTechnicalWriting,Vikas,Delhi,1990.

Chemistry

CourseCodeCHEM513 Credit5[311]

GeneralChemistry:
AdvancedTheoryofChemicalBonding:Valencebondandmolecularorbitaltheory.StructureofNH3,
H2O,SO3,PCl5,XeO2molecules.Theoriesofbondinginmetalsandsemiconductors,ntypeandp
typesemiconductors,Imperfectionsinmaterials.BornHabercycle,Braggsconditions.
PhysicalChemistry:
Equilibrium on Reactivity: Bronsted and Lewis Acids, pH, pka, pkb Scale, Buffer solution.
Stereochemistry of organic compounds, Coordination chemistry, Nomenclature, Valence Bond and
crystalfieldtheory.
ChemicalKinetics&Catalysis:Ratelaw,Orderofreactions,Parallelandreversiblereactions,Catalysis,
Homogeneousandheterogeneouscatalysis,Characteristicsofcatalyticreaction,Catalyticpromoters
and poisons, Auto catalysis and negative catalysis, Intermediate compound formation theory and
absorptiontheory.
EnvironmentChemistry:
AtmosphericChemistry&AirPollution:EnvironmentandEcology,Environmentalsegments,Structure
andcompositionofatmosphere,RadiationBalanceofEarthandGreenHouseEffect,Formationand
depletion of Ozone layer, Chemical and photochemical reactions of various species in atmosphere,
Airpollutionsources,reactionsandsinksforpollutants,AcidrainsandSmogformation.Pollution
controlmethods.
Corrosion and Lubrication: Introduction, causes of corrosion, Theories of corrosion, Factors
influencing Corrosion, Corrosion inhibitors, passivity, Types of corrosion, Protection from corrosion
andprotectivecoatings.Theory,ClassificationandmechanismofLubrication.
AppliedChemistry:
Water and Waste Water Chemistry: Introduction, Hardness of water, characteristics imparted by
impurities,Analysisofcontaminants,TreatmentofWaterbyZeolite,LSprocess,Boilerfeedwater,
Wastewatertreatment.
ChemistryofEngineeringMaterials:
Fuels & Combustion: Classification of fuels, Non conventional Energy, Biogas, Biomass and solar
energy. Calorific value gross and net, characteristics of good fuel, Determination of calorific value,
Solidfuels,Analysisofcoal,Liquidfuels.
Instrumentation:IR,UV,NMR,MASSANDASS.
IndustrialChemistry:
Polymer Chemistry: Classification of Polymers, Including Biopolymers condensation and addition
polymersandtheirapplications.Industrial
Application and mechanism of chemical reaction, Beckman, Hoffman,Reimer Tiemann, Cunnizzaro,
DielsAlderandSkraupsynthesis.

References:
1. PuriandSharma/PrinciplesofPhysicalChemistry.
2. ManasChandra/AtomicStructureandChemicalBond.
3. BahlandTuli/EngineeringChemistry.
4. JainandJain/ATextBookofEngineeringChemistry
5. S.SDara/EnvironmentalChemistryandPollutionControl.
6. S.SDara/EnvironmentalChemistry.
7. A.KDe/EnvironmentalChemistry.
ListofExperiments:(AnyTen):
1. TodeterminethepercentageofavailablechlorineinthesuppliedsampleofBleachingpowder.
2. TodeterminetheFerrouscontentinthesuppliedsampleofironorebytitrimetricanalysis
againststandardKCrsolutionusingK,Fe(CN)gasexternalindicator.
3. TodeterminethechloridecontentinsuppliedwatersampleusingMohrsmethod.
4. Todeterminetheconstituentsandamountofalkalinityofthesuppliedwatersample.
5. TodeterminetheTemporaryandPermanenthardnessofwatersamplebyCoplexometry.
6. TofindtheChemicalOxygenDemandofawastewatersampleusingPotassiumdichromate.
7. Todetermineironconcentrationinthesampleofwaterbyspectrophotometricmethod.
8. TofindouttheVelocityconstantfortheinversionofcanesugarinacidicmediumandtoshow
thatinversionfollowsthefirstorderkinetics.
9. TodeterminetheMolecularweightofapolystyrenesamplebyusingViscometermethod.
10. TodeterminepHofasolutionusingapHmeterandtitrationofsuchasolutionpHmetrically.
11. TodeterminethecalorificvalueofafuelsamplebyusingaBombCalorimeter.
12. Analysisofacoalsamplebyproximateanalysismethod.
13. References:
14. VogelsQualitativeChemicalAnalysis:Ed.ByJafferyBassetteet.al.(ELBS).
15. AppliedChemistryTheoryandPractice,2ndEd.ByVirmaniandNarula(NewAgeInternational
Pub.).
16. ExperimentsinEngineeringChemistry,Ed.ByMasoodAlam(MaktabaJamiaLimited).

Computer&Languages
CourseCodeCOMP410 Credit4[211]

Computerhardwarecomponentsandtheirfunctions.
Basicoperatingsystemconcepts
MSDOSandgettingtoknowDOScommands
FamiliarizingwithWINDOWSenvironment
GettingstartedwithUNIX
FilesandDirectoriesandtheiruseindifferentOperatingSystemEnvironments
Gettingtoknowdifferenteditorslikeedit&vi
IntroductiontoInternet
GettingfamiliarwithWebBrowserslikeNetscapeNavigator&InternetExplorer
Sending&receivingmailoverInternet
IntroductiontoPINEand/orELM
Needofprogramminglanguages.
Languagetranslators.
IntroductiontoClanguage
Datatypesoperatorsandexpressions.
Conditional&loopingstatements.
Function&Arrays.
IntroductiontoPointers&Structures.
References:
1. DOSthecompletereferencebyKrisJamsa,TataMcGrawHillPublication.
2. UNIXPOWERTOOLSbyJ.PeekTimOreilly&M.Locekides,BPBPublication.
3. TheCProgrammingLanguagebyB.WKernighan&D.MRitchie,PrenticeHallofIndia.
4. UsingLINUXLatestEditionbyJadeTackett&DavidGanter,PrenticeHallofIndia.

ListofExperiments:
1. BasicInternalandExternalDOSCommands.
2. Writeasimplebatchprogram.
3. GivingexposuretoWindowsenvironment.
4. Fileandprogrammanagementinwindows.
5. PracticeofbasicUNIXcommands.

6. Writesimpleshellscript.
7. Introductiontowordprocessing.
8. Exposuretoadvancefeaturesupportedbysomeeditors.
9. NetSurfing.
10. CreationandcheckingofEmailaccount.
11. WriteCprogramtodemonstrateeachofthefollowing:
12. Conditionalstatements.
13. Loopingstatements.
14. Userdefinedfunctions.
15. Arrays.
16. Pointersandstructures.
17. FamiliarizingmailaccountusingPINE,deleting,creatingfolder/mailmessages,addingsignature,
creatingdirectorofaddresses.
Note:Listmaybemodifiedaccordingtonewsoftwareavailable.

MechanicalEngineering
CourseCodeME330 Credit5[311]

Thermodynamics:
FundamentalConceptsandDefinitions:
IntroductiontoSIunits,Definitionofthermodynamics,System,Surroundinganduniverse,Phase,
Conceptcontinuum,MacroscopicandMicroscopicpointofview,Density,Sp.Volume,Pressure,
Thermodynamicequilibrium,Property,State,Path,Process,Cyclicprocess,Quasistaticprocess,
Reversibleandirreversibleprocess,Energyanditsforms,Workandhead,NTPandSTP.
IdealandRealGases:
Conceptofidealgas,characteristicequationofgas.Universalandcharacteristicgasconstant.Enthalpy
andspecificheat,Deviationofrealgasfromidealgas,compressibilityfactorandtheVanderWaalls
equationofstateforrealgas.
LawsofThermodynamics
ZerothLaw:Conceptoftemperature.EqualityofTemperature,Zerothlaw,Principleofthermometry
andtemperaturescale.
FirstLaw:FirstLawofthermodynamics.Conceptprocesses,Flowprocessesandcontrolvolume,Flow
work,Steadyflowenergyequation,Mechanicalworkinasteadyflowprocess,Throttlingprocess,
Applicationoffirstlawtoopensystems.
SecondLaw:Essenceofsecondlaw.Thermalreservoir.HeatEnginesandthermalefficiency,COPof
heatpumpandrefrigerator.Definitionofavailableandunavailableenergy,Statementofsecondlaw,
Carnotcycle,Carnotstheorem,Clausiusinequality,ConceptofEntropy,Entropychangeforidealgases.
Propertiesofsteam:
Generationofsteamatconstantpressure.Variousstatesofwater,Propertiesofsteam,Useofproperty
diagram,Processofvapourinclosedandopensystem,Determinationofdrynessfractionofsteamby
separatingandthrottlingCalorimeter,Rankincycle.
ThermodynamicCycles:
Definitionsofbore,Strokeclearanceratio,Compressionratio,Definitionandcalculationofmean
effectivepressurefromthecyclework(proofnotrequired),Indicatedpressure,Airstandardcycles
(OttoandDieselcycles),PrincipleofworkinganddescriptionoftwoandfourstrokeSIandCIengines.





StrengthOfMaterials:
SimpleStressesandStrains
Stresstensileandcompressive,strain,strainenergy,stressstraindiagram,ductileandbrittlematerial,
elasticconstants,impactloading,varyingcrosssectionandload,temperaturestresses,shearstress,
complimentaryshearstress,shearstrain,strainenergy.
CompoundStressandStrains
Stateofstressatapoint,Obliquestress,simpletension,pureshear,generaltwodimensionalstress
system,principleplanes,principlestressesandstrains,Mohrsstresscircle,Poissonsratio,Maximum
shearstress.
BendingStress
Purebending,Momentofinertia,Sectionmodulus,Bendingstresses,combinedbendinganddirect
stress,beamofuniformstrength,middlethirdandMiddlequarterrulesforrectangularandcircular
sections.
Torsion
Circularshafts,Torsionalshearstress,Strainenergyintorsion,Shaftsundervaryingtorque,Compound
shafts,Combinedbendingandtwisting.
References:
VanWylenG.J&SonnlogR.E:Fundamentalsofclassicalthermodynamics,JohnWiley&Sons,Inc.NY.
WarkWenneth:Thermodynamics(2ndedition),McGrawHillbookCo.NY)
YadavR.:ThermodynamicsandHeatEngines,Vol.I&II(SIEdition)CentralPublishingHouse,Allahabad.
YadavR.:SteamandGasTurbines.
KshitishChandraPal:HeatPower,OrientLongmanLimited,17,ChittranjanAvenue,Calcutta.
S.Rao,B.B.Parulekar:EnergyTechnology,KhannaPub,NewDelhi.
G.H.Ryder:StrengthofMaterials.
ListofExperiments:
1. StudyofboilermodelsBabcockWilcox,LancashireandLocomotive.
2. StudyofSteamengineandsteamturbinemodels.
3. Studyof2strokeand4strokeI.C.Emodels.
4. StudyofFiatengineand/orDieselengineprototype.
5. StudyofvapourcompressionRefrigerationunittutor/refrigerator.
6. Studyofawindowtypeairconditioner.
7. ToconductthetensiletestonaUTManddetermineultimateTensilestrength,percentage
elongationforasteelspecimen.
8. Toconductthecompressiontestanddeterminetheultimatecompressivestrengthfora
specimen
EngineeringMechanics

CourseCodeCE350 Credit3[210]

ForceandEquilibrium:
Basic concepts, Force, Moment and couple, Principle of Transmissibility, Verigonons theorem,
Resultant of Force Systems concurrent and Non concurrent coplanar Forces, Funicular polygon.
Freebodydiagram.
Trusses:
Planestructures,VariousmethodsofanalysisofTrusses,Methodofjoints,Methodofsectionsand
Graphicalmethod.
MomentofInertia:
Center of gravity, centroids of Line, Area, volume and Composite Bodies, Area Moment of Inertia
and Mass Moment Moment of Inertia for plane figures and bodies including composite bodies,
ProductMomentofinertia,Parallelaxistheorem,Principalmomentofinertia.
Friction:
Introduction,Dryfriction,Coefficientofstaticfriction.Frictioncone,screwjackandBeltfriction.
Beams:
Bendingmomentandshearforcediagramsforstaticallydeterminatebeams.
KinematicsofRigidBodies:
Planemotion,Absolutemotion,Relativemotion,TranslatingaxesandRotatingaxes.


KineticsofRigidBodies:
Plane motion,ForceMass and Acceleration, Work and energy, Impulse and momentum, Principlesof
energyconservation,Principleofvirtualwork,DAlembertsprincipleandDynamicequilibrium.

References:
BeerF.PandJohnstonF.R:MechanicsforEngineers,McGrawHill.
Meriam,J.L:Statistics,JohnWiley.
Meriam,J.L:Dynamics,JohnWiley.
ShamesI.H:EngineeringMechanics,PrenticeHallofIndia.
Dayaratnam,P.:Statistics,TataMcGrawHill.
Timeshenko,S.andYpungD.:EngineeringMechanics,McGrawHill.
Engineering.GraphicsII
CourseCodeME405Credit2[002]

Introduction:Graphiclanguage,Classificationofdrawings,Principlesofdrawing:IScodesforMachine
drawing,Lines,Sections,Dimensioning,Standardabbreviation.

OrthographicProjections:Principlesoffirstandthirdangleprojections,drawingandsketchingof
machineelementsinorthographicprojections,spacingofviews.

Screwed(Threaded)Fasteners:Introduction,Screwthreadnomenclature,Formsofthreads,Thread
series,Threaddesignation.Representationofthreads,Boltedjoints,Lockingarrangementsfornuts,
Foundationbolts.

KeysandCotters:Keys,Cotterjoints.

ShaftCouplings:Introduction,Rigidandflexiblecoupling.

RivetedJoints:Introduction,Rivetsandriveting,Rivetheads,Classificationofrivetedjoints.

AssemblyDrawing:Introduction,Engineparts,Stuffingboxetc.

FreeHandSketching:Needforfreehandsketching,Freehandsketchingofsomethreadedfastenersand
simplemachinecomponents.
References:
N.Siddeshwar,P.Kannaiah,V.V.SShastri:MachineDrawing,TMH,NewDelhi.
K.LNarayana,P.Kannaiah,K.VenkatReddy:MachineDrawing,NewAgeInternationalPublications,2nd
edition.
Engineeringdrawingpracticeforschoolsandcolleges,SP461998(BIS).

EngineeringMathematicsII
CourseCodeMAS490Credit4[310]

IntegralTransforms:Fourierintegral,Fouriercomplextransform,Fouriersineandcosinetransforms
andapplicationtosimpleheattransferequations.
Ztransformanditsapplicationtosolvedifferenceequations.

FunctionsofaComplexVariableI:Analyticfunctions,CauchyRiemannquationsandHarmonic
functions,Lineintegralinthecomplexplane,Cauchysintegraltheorem,Cauchysintegralformula
derivativesofanalyticfunctions,LiouvillesTheorem,Fundamentaltheoremofalgebra.

FunctionsofaComplexVariableII:Representationofafunctionbypowerseries,Taylorsseriesand
LaurentsSeries,Poles,Singularitiesandzeroes.Residuetheorem,evaluationofrealintegralsoftype
f(cos,sin)dAND,Conformalmappingandbilineartransformations.




ProbabilityandStatistics:Moments,Momentgeneratingfunctions,skewness,kurtosis,Binomial
distribution,normaldistributionandpoissiondistribution,correlationandregression.
SolutionOfEquationsAndCurveFitting:Solutionofcubicandbiquadraticequations.Methodofleast
squaresandcurvefitting.
References:
Kreyzig,E.(1993):AdvancedEngg.Mathematics7thEdition,JohnWilley&Sonsinc.
Paopoulis:SignalAnalysis3rdEdition(1998)McGrawHill
EngineeringMathematicsVolumeII
ByH.K.Das.
Publication:S.CHAND
H.K.Das,EngineeringMathematics.
VijaiShankarVerma&SanjeevKumar,EngineeringMathematics.

Environmental studies I

CourseCodeSES415Credit2[200]

TheMultidisciplinaryNatureofEnvironmentalStudies.
Definition,ScopeandImportance.
(i)Ecosystems.
ConceptofanEcosystem.
StructureandfunctionofanEcosystem.
Producers,consumersanddecomposers.
Energyflowinheecosystem.
Ecologicalsuccesssion.
Foodchains,foodwebsandecologicalpyramids.
Introduction,types,Characteristicsfeatures,structuresandfunctionofthefollowingecosystem:
(a)ForestEcosystem.
(b)GrasslandEcosystem.
(c)DesertEcosystem.
(d)AquaticEcosystem(Ponds,streams,lakes,rivers,oceans,estuaries).

(ii)SocialIssuesandtheEnvironment
Fromunsustainabletosustainabledevelopment.
Urbanproblemsrelatedtoenergy.
Waterconservation,rainwaterharvesting,watershedmanagement.
Resettlementandrehabilitationofpeople;itsproblemsandconcernscasestudies.
Environmentalethics:Issuesandpossiblesolutions.
Climatechange,globalwarming,acidrain,ozonelayerdepletion,nuclearaccidentsandholocaust,
Casestudies
Wastelandreclamation.
Consumerismandwasteproducts.
EnvironmentProtectionact.
Air(PreventionandControlofPollution)Act
VisittolocalpollutedsiteUrban/Rural/industrial/Agricultural.
StudyofCommonplants,insects,birds.
Studyofsimpleecosystemsponds,river.Hillslopesetc(Fieldworkequalto5lecturehours).
Issuesinvolvedinenforcementofenvironmentallegislation;publicawareness.
ListOfExperiments:
(1)Visittodifferentpollutedsitestoassesstheireffectonpollution,monitoringofpollutantin
ecosystem.
(2)Studyofsimpleecosystemponds,rivers,Hillslopes.
(3)Studyofcommonplant,insects,(Herbariumfile/insectbox)
(4)VisitoflocalpollutedsiteUrban/Rural/Agricultural/Industrial
(5)Tostudythedifferentpurificationofindustrialeffluentsandwastes.


MathematicsIII*
CourseCodeMAS590Credit4[310]

IntegralTransforms
Fourierintegral,Fouriercomplextransform,Fouriersineandcosinetransformsandapplication
tosimpleheattransferequations.
Ztransformanditsapplicationtosolvedifferenceequations.
FunctionsofaComplexVariableI
Analyticfunctions,CauchyRiemannquationsandHarmonicfunctions,Lineintegralinthe
complexplane,Cauchysintegraltheorem,Cauchysintegralformuladerivativesofanalytic
functions,LiouvillesTheorem,Fundamentaltheoremofalgebra.
FunctionsofaComplexVariableII
Representationofafunctionbypowerseries,TaylorsseriesandLaurentsSeries,Poles,
Singularitiesandzeroes.Residuetheorem,evaluationofrealintegralsoftypef(cos,sin)d
AND,Conformalmappingandbilineartransformations.
ProbabilityandStatistics
Moments,Momentgeneratingfunctions,skewness,kurtosis,Binomialdistribution,normal
distributionandpoissiondistribution,correlationandregression.
SolutionOfEquationsAndCurveFitting
Solutionofcubicandbiquadraticequations.Methodofleastsquaresandcurvefitting.

References:
Kreyzig,E.(1993):AdvancedEngg.Mathematics7thEdition,JohnWilley&Sonsinc.
Paopoulis:SignalAnalysis3rdEdition(1998)McGrawHill
EngineeringMathematicsVolumeII
ByH.K.Das.
Publication:S.CHAND
H.K.Das,EngineeringMathematics.
VijaiShankarVerma&SanjeevKumar,EngineeringMathematics.
RakeshDubey,EngineeringMathematics
FoundationofInformationTechnology

CourseCodeCOMP510Credit5[212]

FundamentalConceptofInformation
Information,ConceptandProcessing
DefinitionofInformation,NeedofInformation,QualityofInformation,ValueofInformation,
conceptofInformation,EntropyCategoryandLevelofInformationinBusinessOrganization,
DataConceptsandDataProcessing,DataRepresentation.
InformationRepresentation
InformationContents,IntroductiontoInformationRepresentationinDigitalMedia,Elementary
ConceptsinInformationPerseverance,DataCompression,LZWCoding,Text,Image
Compression,IntroductiontoJPEG,MPEG,MHEG.
ComputerandProgramming
ComputerAppreciation
DefinitionofDigitalComputer,History,Generations,CharacteristicsandApplicationof
Computers,ComputerHardware,RAMandROM,CPU,VariousI/ODevices,StorageMedia,
SoftwareDefinition.
ProgrammingLanguageClassification&ProgramMethodology
ComputerLanguage,GenerationsofLanguages,SoftwareDevelopmentMethodology,Life
Cycles,SoftwareCoding,Testing,Maintenance,IndustryStandards,IntroductiontoISO,SEICMM
StandardsforITIndustry.
DigitalDevicesAndBasicNetworkConcepts
DigitalFundamentals:
VariousCodes,Decimal,Binary,HexaDecimalConversion,FloatingNumbers,Gates,FlipFlops,
Adder,Multiplexers.



ComputerNetworksandCommunication:
NeedForDataTransmissionOverDistances,TypesofDataTransmission,MediaforData
Transmission,IntroductionToComputerNetworks,NetworkClassificationAndNetwork
Topologies.
InternetAndWebTechnologies
Internet&WorldWideWeb:
HypertextMarkupLanguage,DHJML,WWW,Gopher,FTP,Telnet,WebBrowsers,NetSurfing
SearchEngines,Email,BasicConceptsinECommerce,EDI,ElectronicPayments,Digital
Signatures,Network,Security,Firewall.
WebTechnologies:
HTML,DHTML,XML,JavaScript,WAP,WML,JSP,ASP.
AdvancedConceptsInInformationTechnology
ITIndustryTrends,CareersandApplicationsinIndia:
Scientific,Business,EducationalandEntertainmentapplications,IndustryAutomation,Weather
forecastingawarenessofongoingITprojectsinIndia,NICNETERNET,ApplicationtoE
Commerce,ElectronicGovernance,Multimedia,Entertainment.
References:
Curtin,InformationTechnology:BreakingNews,TMH.
RajaRaman,V.IntroductionToComputers.
Bajpai,Kushwaha&Yadav,IntroductionToComputer&CProgramming:,NewAge.
Nelson,DataCompression,BPB.
Bharohoke,FundamentalsofInformationTechnology,Excel.
PeterNortansIntroductionToComputers,TMH.
Leon&LeonFundamentalofInformationTechnology,Vikas.
Kanter,ManagingInformationSystem.
Lehngart,Internet101,AddisionWelsley.
CistemsInternet,AnIntroduction,TataMcGrawHill.

FluidMechanicsI
CourseCodeCE380 Credit5[311]

Introduction: Fluids and continuum; Physical properties of fluids: Viscosity, Compressibility,


Surface Tension, Capillarity, Vapor Pressure; Cavitation; Classification of fluids including
rheologicalclassification.
Fluid Statics: Pressure at a point, Pascals law; Pressuredensityheight relationship;
MeasurementofpressurebyManometersandmechanicalgauges;Pressureonplaneandcurved
surfaces;Total
Pressure and Centre of pressure; Buoyancy; Stability of immersed and floating bodies; Fluid
massessubjectedtolinearaccelerationsandfluidmasssubjectedtorotationaboutthevertical
axis.
DimensionalAnalysis:UnitsandDimensions,Dimensionalanalysis,Rayleighsmethod,
Buckinghamstheorem,importantdimensionlessnumbersusedinfluidmechanicsandtheir
significance. HydraulicSimilitudeandModelStudies:Modelandprototype;
Similitude;Geometric,KinematicandDynamicsimilarity.

FluidKinematics:TypesoffluidFlows;Streamlines,PathlinesandStreaklines;Streamtube;
Accelerationofafluidparticlealongastraightandcurvedpath;Differentialcontinuityequation
for3Dflows;IntegralformofContinuityequationforonedimensionalflow;Streamfunctionand
Velocitypotential;Flownetcharacteristicsanduses;kineticenergyandmomentumcorrection
factor;circulation.
FluidDynamics:Conceptofcontrolvolumeandcontrolsurface,ReynoldsTransportTheorem,
IntroductiontoNavierStokesEquations,Eulersequationofmotionalongastreamlineandits
integration,BernoullisequationanditsapplicationsPitottube,Flowthroughorifices,
Mouthpieces,Weirs;Flowmeasurementinpipes,momentumequation,forcesonpipebend;
Angularmomentumequationanditsapplications.
LaminarFlow:ReynoldsExperiment;Equationofmotionforlaminarflowthroughpipes;Flow
betweenparallelplates.
BoundaryLayerAnalysis:Boundarylayerthicknessesi.e.displacement,momentumandenergy
thickness;Boundarylayeroveraflatplate;Laminarboundarylayer;ApplicationofVonKarman
IntegralMomentumEquation;Turbulentboundarylayer;Laminarsublayer;Boundarylayer
separationanditscontrol;Forcesonimmersedbodieslike2dcylinderandsphere.



FlowThroughPipes:Natureofturbulentflowinpipes;Mixinglengththeory; Equationfor
velocitydistributionoversmoothandroughsurfaces;MajorandMinorenergylosses;Resistance
coefficientanditsvariation;Hydraulicgradientandtotalenergylines;siphons;Conceptof
equivalentlength;Branchedpipes;Pipesinseriesandparallel;Simplepipenetworks,water
hammer.
REFERENCES:
HunterRouse:ElementaryMechanicsofFluids,JohnWileyandsons,Omc/1946.
LHShames:MechanicsofFluids,McGrawHill,Internationalstudentedition.
KLKumar:EngineeringFluidMechanics
V.C.Agarwal:FluidMechanics,TPIAllahabad,2006 ed.
Surveyingandleveling
CourseCodeCE310 Credit4[202]

Introduction:
Importance of surveying to Engineers Examples from different fields; Plane and Geodetic
Surveying,ControlPoints,Classificationofsurveys,Methodsoflocatingapoint,SourcesandTypes
oferrors,Principleofworkingfromwholetopart.

MeasurementofDistances:
Principle of different methods and their accuracy, Measurement by chain and tape. Sources of
errorsandprecautions,Correctionstotapemeasurements,Fieldproblems,Useandadjustmentof
auxiliaryinstruments,Introductionofmoderntrends:EDMandTotalStations.

MeasurementsofAnglesandDirections:
CompassSurveying:Referencemeridians,Bearingandazimuths,Magneticdeclinationandits
variations,Useandadjustmentofcompass

TheodoliteSurveying:Verniertheodolite,microopticandelectronictheodolites,Temporaryand
permanentadjustments,Measurementofhorizontalandverticalangles.

Traversing:
Principlesoftraversingbycompassandtheodolite,Fieldworkandchecks,Computationof
coordinates,Sourcesoferrors,Precisionoftraversing,Checkingandadjustingoftraverse,omitted
measurements.Tachometry:
Definitions,Principlesofstadiasystems,Instrumentconstants,Subtenseandtangentialsystems,
ConstructionanduseofReductionTacheometers,ErrorsandPrecision.
MeasurementsofElevationandContouring:
Differentmethodsofdeterminingelevation;Spiritlevelling:Definitionofterms,Principle,
Construction,Temporaryandpermanentadjustmentsoflevels.Automaticlevels,Levellingstaves,
Methodsofspiritlevelling,Bookingandreductionoffieldsnotes,Curvatureandrefraction,
Reciprocalleveling,Constructionandfielduseofaltimeter,Trigonometriclevellingsimpleand
reciprocalobservations,Sourcesoferrorsandprecisionoflevellingprocedures.Methodsofrelief
representations,Definitionandcharacteristicsofcontours,Useofcontourmaps,DirectandIndirect
methodsofcontouring,DigitalElevationModel.
PlaneTableSurveying:
Principle,Advantagesanddisadvantages,PlaneTableequipment,Useoftelescopicalidadeandself
reducingalidades,DifferentmethodsofPlaneTableSurveying,ResectionTwoandthreepoint
problems,AdvantagesanddisadvantagesofPlaneTablesurveying.
SheetNumberingSystem:
CIMandI&ACseries,scalesandnumberingofIndiantopographicmaps.
References:
1. Agor,R.Surveying,Vol.I&IIKhannaPublications,Delhi,.
2. Arora,K.R.,Surveying,Vol.I&IIStandardBookHouse,Delhi,
3. Bannister, A. and Baker, R., Solving Problems in Surveying, Longman Scientific Technical,
U.K.,1994.
4. Kennie, T.J.M. and Petrie, G., Engineering Surveying Technology, Blackie & Sons Ltd.,
London,1990.
5. Punmia,B.C.,Surveying,Vol.I&II,LaxmiPublicationsNewDelhi,
6. Duggal,S.K.,SurveyingVol.I&IITMH
7. Basak,SurveyingTMH.
8. Kanetkar,SurveyingVol.I,II
9. Chandra,A.M.PlaneSurveying,NewAgeInternationalPublishers,Delhi
10.Chandra,A.M.HigherSurveying,NewAgeInternationalPublishers,Delhi



Practical:
Handling of chain and chain accessories, offsetting, acquaintance with field book; Ranging out
surveying line and plotting chain survey; Triangulation by chain and offsetting for details for
preparation of map of a small area; Plotting of the field book reading for preparation of map
acquaintance with symbols of different objects used in maps and scale of map; Setting up of
prismatic compass and measurements of angles; Traversing of a small area with chains and
prismatic compass and offsetting for details; Plotting of the above map; Setting up off a 20
sccuracytransitTheodoliteandmeasurementofhorizontalanglesandverticalsangle;Settingup
offaplaintableandoffsettingbyintersectionmethod;Plaintabletraversing(5sides);Settingup
offadumpylevelandexerciseinflylevellingandreciprocallevelling;demonstrationof
StrengthofMaterial

CourseCodeCE401 Credit3[300]

Concept of stress, normal and shearing stress in axiallyloaded members, factors of safety and
introduction to design the strength, concepts of strains, normal and shearing strains, stress
strain relationship, generalized Hookes law, strain compatibility in two dimensions and
application to isotropic materials, plane stress and plain strain; Poissons ratio, stress strain
diagramsforuniaxialloadingdeformationofaxiallyloadedmembersandstaticallyindeterminate
problems torsions of circular shafts: stress and deflections in closed coiled and helical springs
subjected to axial forces; members subjected to flexural loads; reactions for statically
determinate beams; relationship between loads, shearing force and bending moment; shear
forceandbendingstressesinbeams;shearingstressesinbeam;memberssubjectedtocombined
loads;transformationofplainstressesandstrain;principalstressesandprincipalplains;principal
strains,Mohrscircleofstressesandstrain,principalstressesin3D;relationshipbetweenelastic
constant; Strain rosettes; principal stresses for strain measurements; combine torsion and
bending; investigation of stress at a point; pressure vessels; biaxial stresses; yield theories;
principlesofdesignforstrength;deflectionsofbeams;directintegrationmethod,momentarea
method.
Advancesurveying

CourseCodeCE510 Credit4[211]
TriangulationandTrilateration
Necessity of Control Surveying, Principle of Triangulation and Trilateration classification of
Triangulation Systems Station Marks, Towers and Signals, Satellite station, Intersected and
Resected points, Reconnaissance, Intervisibility of stations, Angular Measurement, Base line
measurementanditsextension
AdjustmentComputations
Treatmentofrandomerrors,Normallawoferrors,MostProbableValue,Weightofobservations,
Propagation of errors and variances, Principle of Least Squares, Observations and correlative
NormalEquations,Adjustmentoftriangulationfiguresandlevelnets.

Curves
Classificationofcurves,ElementsofSimpleCircular,TransitionandVerticalcurves,Theoryand
methodsofsettingoutcircular,transitionandverticalcurves,specialfieldproblems.

ProjectSurveys
General requirements and specifications for Engineering project surveys, Reconaissance,
Preliminary and Location surveys for highways, railways and canals, Correlation of surface and
underground surveys in case of culverts, Bridges and Tunnels; Principles and practice of
hydrographicsurveys,Layoutofculverts,canals,bridgesandbuildings.

FieldAstronomy
Astronomical terms, coordinate systems, Spherical trigonometry, Astronomical triangle,
Relationshipbetweencoordinates.
PhotogrammetryandRemoteSensing
PhotogrammetryIntroduction, Scale of photograph, Tilt and height displacement, Stereoscopic
vision and stereoscopes, Techniques of photointerpretation, Principles of remote sensing,
Electro Magnetic Radiation (EMR), energy interaction with atmosphere and earth features,
spectralsignatures,Remotesensingsatellitesandtheirdataproducts,methodsofinterpretation
ofremotelysenseddata.

GPSandGIS
GlobalPositioningSystem(GPS)Introduction,principle,andapplicationsofGPSindifferentfields
of Surveying, Geographic Information System (GIS) Introduction, Geographical concepts and
terminology,ApplicationsofGIS

References
Agor,R.,Surveying,Vol.II&III,KhannaPublications,Delhi,1995.
Arora,K.R.,Surveying,Vol.II&III,StandardBookHouse,Delhi.
Bannister, A.AndBaker,R., Solving Problems in Surveying, LongmanScintific Technical, U.K.,
1994.
Kennie, T.J.M. and Petrie, G., Engineering Surveying Technology, Blackie & Sons Ltd. London,
1990.
Punmia,B.C.,Surveying,Vol.II&IIILaxmiPublications,NewDelhi.
DuggalS.K.,SurveyingVol.I&IITMH
Basak,SurveyingTMH.
Kanetkar,Surveying
Chandra,A.M.PlaneSurveying,NewAgeInternationalPublisher,Delh
Chandra,A.M.HigherSurveying,NewAgeInternationalPublisher,Delhi
Lillesand,T.M.andKiefer,R.W.,RemoteSensingandImageInterpretation.

COMPUTERBASEDNUMERICALSTATISTICALTECHNIQUES

CourseCodeMAS491Credit5[31
1]
Introduction: Errors in Numerical Computation, Mathematical Preliminaries, Errors and their
Analysis,MachineComputations,ComputerSoftware.
Algebraic & Transcendental Equation: Bisection Method, Iteration Method, Method of False
Position,RateofConvergence,MethodforComplexRoot,MullersMethod,QuotientDifference
Method,NewtonRaphsonMethod.
Interpolation: Introduction, Errors in Polynomial Interpolation, Finite Differences, Decision of
Errors, Newtons Formulae for Interpolation, Gauss, Stirling, Bessels, Everetts Formulae,
InterpolationbyUnevenlySpacedPoints,LagrangesInterpolationFormula,DividedDifference,
NewtonsGeneralInterpolationFormula.
CurveFitting,CubicSpline&Approximation:Introduction,MethodofLeastSquareCurveFitting
Procedures,FittingaStraightLine,CurveFittingbySumofExponentials,DataFittingwithCubic
Splines,Approximationoffunctions.
Numerical Integration & Differentiation: Introduction, Numerical differentiation, Numerical
Integration, TrapezoidalRule, Simpson1/3Rule,Simpson 3/8 Rule, Boole's andWeddle's Rule,
EularMaclariaunFormula,GaussianFormula,NumericalEvaluationofSingularIntegrals.
Statistical Computation: Frequency Chart, Regression Analysis, Least Square Fit, Polynomial Fit,
Linear&NonLinearRegression,MultipleRegressions,StatisticalQualityControlMethods.
References:
Jain, Iyengar, Jain, Numerical Methods for Scientific & Engineering Computation, New Age
International.
Balaguruswamy,NumericalMethods,TMH.
Sastry,IntroductoryMethodofNumericalAnalysis,PHI.
Gerald&Wheatly,AppliedNumericalAnalysis,AddisionWesley.
Probability&Statistic,SchaumSeries.
Hulquit,NumericalMethodforEngineers&ComputerScientist,AddisionWesley.
Flowers,NumericalMethodsInC++,OxfordUniversityPress.
Vedamurthy,NumericalMethods,Vikas.
ListofExperiments:
WriteProgramsinC
TodeduceerrorsinvolvedinpolynomialInterpolation.
AlgebraicandtranscendentalequationsusingBisection,Iterativemethodoffalseposition,also
giverateofconversionsofrootsintabularformforeachofthesemethods.
ToimplementBesselsfunctions,Newtons,Stirling,Languages.
Toimplementmethodofleastsquarecurvefitting.
Implementnumericaldifferentialusingtrapezoidal,Simpson3/8rules.
Toshowfrequencychart,regressionanalysis,LinearSquarefitandpolynomialfit.

EnvironmentalstudiesII

CourseCodeSES416 Credit2[200]

NaturalResources:(a)Forestresources.(b)Waterresources.(c)Mineralresources.
(d)Foodresources.(e)Energyresources.(f)Landresources.
Roleofanindividualinconservationofnaturalresources.
Equitableuseofresourcesforsustainablelifestyle.
Biodiversityanditsconservation:(a)IntroductionDefinition:genetic,speciesandecosystem
diversity.(b)BiogeographicalclassificationofIndia.(c)Valueofdiversity:consumptive
use,productiveuse,social,ethicalaestheticandoptionvalues.(d)Biodiversityatglobal,
Nationalandlocallevels.(e)Indiaasmegadiversitynation
Buildingmaterial&Construction
CourseCodeCE360 Credit4[202]

Building Materials : Classification, Properties and selection criteria of Bricks Burning of Bricks ,
tests for bricks, stone Classification, characteristics of good building stone, common building
stonesinIndia,lime,ISspecifications,FieldtestsofBuildinglimes,timber,Charactersticsofgood
timber, defects in timber, seasoning of timber, tests on timber, plywood, glass, plastics, P.V.C.
Mortar:Types,classificationandstrength,I.S.specifications.

Cement,: Manufacture of cement ,Different types of cement such as slag Cement, Portland
Pozzolona Cement and high Alumina cement, their characteristics, composition, use and
properties,TestsonCements,Admixtures,AggregatesandTestingofAggregates:Classification,
source, physical and mechanical properties. Testing of Aggregates for physical and mechanical
properties.

Building Construction: Classification of buildings, Recommendations of NBC, Building byelaws,
modularcoordination;orientationofbuildings,desirableconditionsofcomforts,componentsof
buildingareaconsiderations.Typesoffoundationsandselectioncriteria

Brick masonry, stone masonry. Types of walls, partition and cavity walls. Prefabricated
construction. Plastering and pointing. Damp proofing materials and techniques, Antitermite
treatment.

Typesfloors,constructiondetailsandselectioncriteria

Typesofroofsandroofcovering,treatmentforwaterproofing.
Stairandstaircases:Types,materials,proportions
Doorsandwindows:sizesandlocations,proportions.

Liftsandescalators.Whitewashing,colourwashing,painting,distempering.
Shuttering,scaffoldingandcentering.Expansionandconstructionjoints
Soundandfireproofconstruction,I.S.specifications

References:
Arora,S.P.&Bindra,S.P.,AtextbookofBuildingConstructionDhanpatRai&Sons,Delhi,1977.
Jha,J.&Sinha,S.K.,BuildingConstruction,KhannaPublishers,Delhi,1977.
Kulkarni, C.J., A text book of Engineering Materials, Ahmedabad book Depot, Ahmedabad,
1968.
Kulkarni,C.J.,AtextbookofEngineeringConstruction,AhmedabadBookDepot,Ahmedabad,
1968.
KumarSushil,EngineeringMaterials,StandardPublishersDistributors,Delhi,1994.
KumarSushil,Buildingconstruction,StandardPublishers,Distributors,Delhi,1994
McKay W.B., Building Construction, Vol.1 to 4, Orient Longman Ltd., Hyderabad, Bombay,
Madras,Delhi,Vol.1&21995,Vol.31996,Vol.41998.
Punmia,B.C.,AtextbookofBuildingConstruction,LaxmiPublications,Delhi,Madras,1987.
SinghSurendra,EngineeringMaterials,,KonarkPublishersPvt.Ltd.1994.
CivilEngg.Materials,TTTIChandigarh,TataMcGrawNewDelhi.

StructuralAnalysisI
CourseCodeCE472 Credit 4[2
11]

ClassificationofStructures,stressresultants,degreesoffreedom,Staticindeterminacy

Classification of Pin jointed determinate trusses, Analysis of determinate plane and space trusses
(compoundandcomplex)

Rolling loads, influence lines for beams and trusses, Absolute maximum bending moment, Muller
Breslausprinciples&itsapplication.
Analysis of Arches, Linear arch, Eddys theorem, three hinged parabolic arch, two hinged arch,
spandrelbracedarch,movingload&influencelines.
Equilibriumoflightcable,Generalcabletheorem,uniformlyloadedcable,anchorcables,temperature
stressesinsuspensioncables,threehingedstiffeninggirder,twohingedstiffeninggirder,temperature
stressesintwohingedgirder.
Strain Energy of deformable systems, Maxwells reciprocal & Bettis theorem, Castiglianos first
theorem,unitload&Conjugatebeammethods.
References
WilburandNorris,ElementaryStructuralAnalysis,TataMcGrawHill.
Reddy,C.S.,BasicStructuralAnalysis,TataMcGrawHill.
Jain,O.P.andJain,B.K.,Theory&AnalysisofStructures.Vol.I&IINemChand.
Coates,R.C.,Coutie,M.G.&Kong,F.K.,StructuralAnalysis,EnglishLanguageBookSociety&Nelson,
1980.
Ghali,A.&Neville,M.,StructuralAnalysis,Chapman&HallPublications,1974.
Jain,A.K.AdvancedStructuralAnalysis,NemChand&Bors,roorkee,India,1996.
Jain,O.P.&AryaA.S.,TheoryofStructure,Vol.II,NemChandBros.,Roorkee,1976.
Kinney,J.S.,IntermediateStructuralAnalysis,McGrawHillBookCompany,1957.
Wang,C.K.IntermediateSstructuralAnalysis,McGrawHillBookCompany,1983.
Nautiyal,B.D.,IntroductiontoStructuralAnalysis,NewAgeInternational,2001.
FluidMechanicsII

CourseCodeCE382 Credit(4(310)
Fluid through pipe: Concept of equivalent pipe branched tripe lines, simple pipenetwork, water
hammer , power transmission through pipe siphon. Flow through open channel:
Types of open channels, pipe versus open channels, velocity in open channels, kinetic energy and
momentum correction factors, pressure distribution, elements of open channel. [Uniform flow-
Formulae for velocity, derivation of chezys formula, Best hydraulic section-rectangular, Triangular,
trapezoidal with side slopes given and side slopes unknown, computation of normal depth
Non-uniform flow: Critical flow, conditions for critical flow, specific energy, specific energy diagram
for a rectangular channel, critical depth-rectangular, triangular, trapezoidal ,and circular channels,
alternate depths, specific force, conjugate depths, application of specific energy flow over humps ,
flow through a gradually expanding or contracting channels .
Gradually Varied Flow: Dynamic equation for gradually varied flow characteristics of flow profiles,
compilation of length of surface profiles, step method, graphical integration method, direct integration
method chore method.
Rapidly Varied flow: Definition ,Hydraulic , Jump , Types Loss of energy , relative lose , Height ,
Length etc.
References :
1. Hydraulics and Hydraulic Mechanics Dr. V.C.Agarwal
2. Open channel Hydraulics Ven Tee Chow
3. Ranga Raju - K.G. , flow through open channels , Tata McGrew Hill co.

EngineeringHydrology

CourseCodeSWLE403 Credit3(300)

Weather and hydrology, Forms of precipitations; Measurements and estimations, Evaporation &
transpiration: Factor affecting, Measurements and estimation, Stream flow measurement: Measurement
of stage & velocity, Stage discharge relationship, Runoff: Introduction hydrograph, runoff
characteristics of streams, yield (annual runoff volume), flow duration curve, flow mass curve.
Hydrograph: Factors affecting flood hydrograph, Components of hydrograph, Base flow separation,
Effecting rainfall, Unit hydrograph, Synthetic & Instantaneous unit hydrograph, Flood routing: Basic
equations and Method of flood routing, Hydrologic channel routing, Clark method for instantaneous
unit hydrograph, Nash conceptual model.
CivilEngineeringDrawing

CourseCodeCE384 Credit2(002)

1.SymbolsusedinCivilEngineeringdrawing,MasouryBonds
2. Doors,Windowsandstaircases
3. Plumbing&Electricalfittingdrawing.
4. DraftingUsingAutoCAD.
5. ComprehensiveDrawingofResidentialbuilding,(Layout,plan,elevation&sectionalelevation)
6. PreparationofLayoutplanningfordifferentCivilEngg.Projects.
7. Preparationoflayoutplan/Mapsandbuildingdrawingusingcomputer.

Elements of Economics & Principals Management Science

CourseCodeBAM315Credit
4[310]

IndustrialEconomics;
Introduction: Nature and significance of economics, meaning of science, Engineering and
technologyandtheirrelationshipwitheconomicdevelopment.
Basic concept: The concept of demand and supply, indifference curve analysis, price effect,
incomeeffectandsubstitutioneffect.
Moneyandbanking:Functionofmoney,valueofmoney,inflationandmeasuretocontrolit.
Briefideafunctionofbankingsystem,viz;commercialandcentralbanking,businessfluctuation.
Management:
Introduction: Definition, nature and significance of management, evaluation of management
thought,contributionofMaxWeber,TaylorandFayol.
Human behaviour: Factors of individuals behaviour, perception. Learning and personality
development,interpersonalrelationshipandgroupbehaviour.
References:
Dewett,K.K./ModernEconomicsTheory.
Luthers,Fred/OrganizationalBehaviours.
PrasadL.M/PrinciplesofManagement
A.W.Stonier&D.CHergne/ATextBookofEconomicsTheory/OxfordPublishingHousePvtLtd
StructuralAnalysisII
CourseCodeCE572Credit4[211]

Analysisofproppedcantilever
StrainEnergyCastigliano,ssecondtheoremanditsapplications
MullerBreslauPrincipleanditsapplicationfordrawinginfluencelinesforindeterminatebeams
FixedBeamFixedmomentforuniformsection,Effectofsinkingofsupport,Effectofrotation
ofsupport,Slopeanddeflectionatapointbymomentareamethod


ContinuousBeamAnalysisofcontinuousbeams,Reactionatthesupport,Effectofrotationof
support
MomentDistributionMethodIntroduction,AnalysisofProppedandContinuousbeam,
Analysisofsinglestoreyportalframes,Framewithsloppinglegs,Multistoryframes,BoxType
frames,Gableframes
SlopeDeflectionMethodIntroduction,AnalysisofIndeterminateandContinuousbeam,
AnalysisofPortalframes,Framewithsloppinglegs,Multistoryframes,Gableframes
RedundantFramesIntroduction,AnalysisofframesRedundanttofirstdegree,Deflectionof
staticallyindeterminatestructure,Frameswithmorethanonedegreeofredundancy,Lackoffit
inmemberofindeterminateframes,Temperaturestressesinredundantframes,General
equationforredundantframes,CompositeStructures
ColumnAnalogyMethodIntroduction,Bendingofcurvedbars,Theoryofcolumnanalogy,
Stiffnessandcarryoverfactorsbycolumnanalogymethod,Fixedendmomentdueto
settlementofsupport,Momentofinertiaaboutanyaxis,Momentofinertiaofthinstripabout
anyaxis
PlasticAnalysisofStructuresIntroductionandBasicsofplasticanalysis,Plasticmomentofa
section,Momentcurvaturerelationship,ShapeFactor,PlasticHinges,Generaltheoremsfor
determinationofcollapsibleloads,Effectofuniformlydistributedloads,Staticalandmechanism
methodsofanalysisofcontinuousbeams,PortalFramesandGableFrames,Plasticmoment
method
BasicsofForceandDisplacementMatrixMethodsforbeamandtrusses
ConcretestructureI

CourseCodeCE440 Credit4[211]

IntroductiontoVariousDesignPhilosophies,DesignofRectangularSinglyandDoublyReinforced
Sections by Working Stress Method. Assumptions in Limit State Design Method, Design of
Rectangular Singly and Doubly Reinforced beams, Tbeams, Lbeams by Limit State Design
Method.
BehaviourofRCbeaminShear,ShearStrengthofbeamswithandwithoutshearreinforcement,
Minimum and Maximum shear reinforcement, design of beam in shear, Introduction to
development length, Anchorage bond, flexural bond. (Detailed Examples by Limit State Design
Method),Failureofbeamundershear,ConceptofEquivalentShearandMoments.
Design of one way and two way solid slabs by Limit State Design Method, Serviceability Limit
States,Controlofdeflection,crackingandvibrations.
Design of Columns by Limit State Design Method Effective height of columns, Assumptions,
Minimumeccentricity,Shortcolumnunderaxialcompression,requirementsforreinforcement,
Columnwithhelicalreinforcement,Shortcolumnunderaxialloadanduniaxialbending,Design
ofcolumnsunderbiaxialloadingbyDesignCharts.
Note:AlldesignsshallbeconformingtoIS:4562000.
TextBooks
IS:4562000.
ReinforcedConcreteLimitStateDesignbyA.K.Jain,NemChand&Bros.,Roorkee.
ReinforcedConcreteDesignbyP.Dayaratnam.
References:
PlainandReinforcedConcreteVol.I&IIbyO.P.Jain&JaiKrishna,NemChand&Bros.
ReinforcedConcreteStructuresbyR.ParkandPauley.
ReinforcedConcreteDesignbyS.UnnikrishnaPillai&D.Menon,TataMcGrawHillBook
PublishingCompanyLimited,NewDelhi.
TransportationEngineeringI

CourseCodeCE459 Credit4[211]

Introduction : Role of Transportation, Modes of Transportation, History of road development,


Nagpurroadplan,Bombayroadplan&3rd20YearRoadPlan,Roadtypesandpattern.
GeometricDesign:Crosssectionalelements,camber,shoulder,sightdistance,horizontalcurves,
super elevation, extra widening, transition curves and gradient, vertical curves, summit and
valleycurves.




TrafficEngineering:Trafficcharacteristic,volumestudies,speedstudy,capacity,density,traffic
controldevices,signs,signals,designofsignals,Island,Intersectionatgradeandgradeseparated
intersections,designofrotaryintersection
DesignofHighwayPavement:TypesofPavements,Designfactors,DesignofFlexiblePavement
by CBR method (IRC : 372001), Design of rigid pavement, Westergaard theory, load and
temperaturestresses,joints,IRCmethodofrigidpavementdesign.(IRC:582002).
RoadConstructionMethods:WBM,Surfacedressing,bituminouscarpeting,BituminousBound
MacadamandAsphalticConcrete,CementConcreteroadconstruction
Airport Engineering : Air craft characteristics, types of airports, layout of airports, airport
planning & design, runway orientation, windrose diagram, estimation of runway length &
correction
TextBooks
HighwayEngineeringbyS.K.Khanna&C.E.G.Justo.
AirportPlanning&DesignbyS.K.Khanna,M.G.Arora&S.S.Jain.
References
TransportationEngineeringbyL.R.Kadiyali.
HighwayEngineeringbyS.K.Sharma
PrinciplesofTransportationEngineeringbyP.Chakraborty&A.Das.

GeotechEngineeringI
CourseCodeCE415 Credit3[21
0]

PreviewofGeotechnicalfieldproblemsinCivilEngineering,Soilformation,transportand
deposit,Soilcomposition,Basicdefinitions,Clayminerals,Indexproperties,Particlesizeanalysis,
Soilclassification.
Soilwatersystems,capillarityflow,Darcyslaw,permeability,fieldandlabtests,piping,quick
sandcondition,seepage,flownets,flowthroughdams,filters.
Soilcompaction,watercontentdryunitweightrelationships,OMC,fieldcompactioncontrol,
Proctorneedlemethod.
Effectivestressprinciple,Stressesduetoappliedloads,BoussinesqandWestergaardequations.
Compressibilityandconsolidationcharacteristics,Rateofconsolidation,Terzaghisone
dimensionaltheoryofconsolidationanditsapplications,OverConsolidationRatio,
determinationofcoefficientofconsolidationandsecondaryconsolidation(creep),consolidation
underconstructionloading.
Shearstrengthdirect&triaxialsheartests,MohrCoulombstrengthcriterion,drained,
consolidated,undrainedandunconsolidatedtests,strengthoflooseanddensesands,Normally
ConsolidatedandOverConsolidatedsoils,dilation,porepressure,Skemptonscoefficient.
Stabilityofslopeswithorwithoutporepressure,limitequilibriummethods,methodsofslices
andsimplifiedBishopmethod,factorofsafety.
Soilstabilization,Introductiontogeosynthetics,classification,functionsanditsfieldapplication.

TextBooks
1.V.N.S.MurthySoilMechanicsandFoundationEngineering(FifthEdition)
2.K.R.AroraSoilMechanicsandFoundationEngineering

References
1.AlamSinghModernGeotechnicalEngineering
2. BrijMohanDasGeotechnicalEngineering
3. I.H.KhanTextBookofGeotechnicalEngineering
4. C.VenkataramaiahgeotechnicalEngineering
5. GopalRanjanandA.S.R.RaoBasicandAppliedSoilMechanics
6. G.V.Rao&G.V.S.S.RajuEngineeringwithGeosynth

HydraulicMechanics
CourseCodeCE485 Credit(3(201)
1.FluidMachinesandimpactofgetsclassificationofmachines,rulersequations,degreeofsection
,hydro dynamic thrust of a jet on a fixed and moving surface (flat, reaction, curved) effect of
inclinationofjetwiththeflatsurface.
2. Hydraulic Turbines: Pelton Wheel, Francis and Kaplan turbines classifications of turbines ,
workingprinciples,workdone,efficiency,drafttubetheory,cavitationsinturbines,performance,
testingofturbine,modeltesting,selectionofaturbine,stabilityofaturbine(static&Dynamic),
performance curves, constant efficiency curves, muschel curves, governing of turbines, specific
speeds.
3. Pumps: Centrifugal pumps , classifications , work done by impeller , efficiencies of centrifugal
pumps , priming, specific speed, cavitations and separation, model testing, performance
characteristics , reciprocating pumps, classification , work done (single and double acting) slip ,
indicatordiagram,worksavedbyfittingairvessels,multicylinderpumps,comparisonofcentrifugal
andreciprocatingpumps,designaspects.
4.HydraulicMachines:Hydraulicsystems,hydraulicpress,cranks,jacks,accumulator,intensifier,
ram,fluidcoupling,fluidtorqueconverter,jetpumpsandairliftpumps
References;
1.fluidpower,Dr.V.C.Agarwal
2.HydraulicMachines,Dr.J.Lal
3.ATextbookofFluidMechanics&HydralicMachines,R.K.Rajput.
GroundWaterEngineering
CourseCodeSWLE508 Credit3(300)
Occurrence distribution & movement of ground water supply, Geologic formation of ground
water supply, Ground water possibilities, Aquifer properties; Hydrologic properties of aquifer,
Flow through aquifers properties, Properties of water in relation to flow, storage equations,
steadyandunsteadyflowinconfined,unconfined&semiconfinedaquifer,aquifertestpartially
penetrated aquifers, seepage from canal, stream aquifer well interaction, water level
measurement in wells, monitoring water level, geologic control, ground water provinces in
India, hydro geologic well logging, ground water modeling, ground water development,
assessment of usable ground water & ground water balances, ground water recharge, ground
waterlegislation.
EstimationandCostingManagement*
CourseCodeCE613 Credit3[210]
Importanceofestimation,differenttypesofestimates,specifications:generalanddetailed.Methods
ofestimation,EstimatesofRCworks,EstimatesofBuildings.
Analysis of rates, Prime cost, Workchargeestablishment, Quantity ofmaterials perunit of work for
major Civil Engineering items, Resource planning through analysis of rates, market rates, P.W.D.
scheduleofratesandcostindicesforbuildingmaterialandlabour.IntroductiontoValuation.
Project cycle, Organisation, Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring, Updating and Management System in
Construction. Bar Chart, Milestone charts, Work down structure and preparation of networks.
Applicationofnetwork,TechniqueslikePERT,GERT,CPM,AONandAOAtechniques.
Project monitoring; cost planning, resources allocation through network techniques. Time value of
money, Present economy studies, Equivalence concept, financing of projects, economic comparison,
present worth method, equivalent annual cost method, discounted cash flow method, Depreciation
andbreakevencostanalysis.
Legalaspectsofcontracts,theirrelativeadvantagesanddisadvantages,Differenttypesofcontracts,
their relative advantages and disadvantages, Elements of tender preparation, process of tendering,
prequalification of contracts, Evaluation of tender preparation, process of tendering, Evaluation of
tender,Contractnegotiationandawardofwork.
TextBooks
1. EstimatingandCostingbyB.N.Dutta.
2. PERTandCPMPrinciplesandAppluicationbyL.S.Shrinath.
References
1. Estimating,CostingandValuationinCivilEngineeringbyM.Chakraborty.
2. Construction,Planning,EquipmentandMethodsbyR.L.Peurify
3. NetworkAnalysisTechniquesbyS.K.Bhatnagar.
4. ConstructionPlanningandManagementbyU.K.Srivastava.

WaterResourceEngineeringI

CourseCodeSWLE408 Credit3[210]

Water Resources planning and management: Objectives, constraints and criteria based on technical,
economical,socialandpoliticalfactors.AssessmentofsurfacewaterresourcesofIndia,Intraandinter
basindevelopmentconcepts.Singleandmultipurposeprojects.
Canalirrigation:Classesandalignment,Partsofacanalsystem,Commandedarea,curvesinchannels,
channellosses.
SedimentTransportation:SuspendedandBedloadanditsestimation
Irrigationchannels:Types:linedandunlined,silttheories:KennedysandLaceysDesignprocedurefor
irrigationchannels,Longitudinalcrosssection,Scheduleofareastatisticsandchanneldimensions,use
of

GarretsDiagramsinchanneldesign,crosssectionsofanIrrigationchannel,Computerprogramesfor
designofchannels
Lining of Irrigation Canals: Advantages and types, factors for selection of a particular type, design of
linedchannels,crosssectionoflinedchannels,Economicsofcanallining.
WaterLogging:Definition,effects,causesandantiwaterloggingmeasures,Drainageofwaterlogged
land,Typesofdrainsopenandclosed,spacingofcloseddrains.
Regulationandcontrolofcanalsystem:Purpose,Typesofcanalregulationworksandtheirfunctional
aspects
Irrigation Outlets: Requirements, types, nonmodular, semimodule and rigid module, selection
criterion
RiverTraining:Objectiveandneed,classificationofrivers,andrivertrainingworks,meandering,stages,
methodsofrivertraining,bankprotection,Methodsformeasurementofdischarge.
ConcretestructureII
CourseCodeCE640 Credit4[211]
NatureofStressesinflatslabswithandwithoutdrops,coefficientfordesignofflatslabs,reinforcement
inflatslabs.(ISCodeMethod).
Analysisanddesignofbeamcurvedinplan.
Structuralbehaviouroffootings,designoffootingforawallandasinglecolumn,combinedrectangular
andtrapezoidalfootings,Designofstrapfooting.
Structuralbehaviourofretainingwall,stabilityofretainingwallagainstoverturningandsliding,Design
ofTshapedretainingwall,ConceptofCounterfortretainingwall.
Loads,forcesandI.R.C.bridgeloadings,DesignofR.C.slabculvert.
Designcriteria,materialspecificationsandpermissiblestressesfortanks,designconceptofcircularand
rectangulartankssituatedontheground/underground,designofoverheadtanks.
Advantagesofprestressing,methodsofprestressing,lossesinprestress,analysisofsimpleprestressed
rectangularandTsection.
TextBooks:
IS:4562000.
ReinforcedConcreteLimitStateDesignbyA.K.Jain,NemChand&Bros.,Roorkee.
References
PlainandReinforcedConcreteVol.I&IIbyO.P.Jain&JaiKrishna,NemChand&Bros.
ReinforcedConcreteStructuresbyR.ParkandPauley.
ReinforcedConcreteDesignbyP.Dayaratnam.
TransportationEngineeringII

CourseCodeCE659 Credit3[210]

Indianrailways:DevelopmentandorganizationofIndianRailways.
Permanentway:Subgrade,formation,embankmentandcutting,trackdrainage.
Rails:Railgauges,typesofrails,defectsinrails,railfailure,creepofrail.
RailFastenings:Fishplates,spikes,chairs,keys,bearingplates.




Sleepers: Timber, steel, cast iron, concrete and prestressed concrete sleepers, manufacturing of
concretesleepers,sleeperdensity.
Ballast:Ballastmaterials,sizeofballast,screemingofballast,specificationofballast,testsonballast.
Railway Track Geometry: Gradients, horizontal curves, superelevation, safe speed on curves, cant
deficiency,negativesuperelevation,compensationforcurvatureongradients,trackresistanceand
tractivepower.
Points&Crossings:Elementsofasimpleturnout,detailsofswitch,detailsofcrossings,number&
angleofcrossings,designofturnout.
Stations & Yards: Site selection for a railway station, layout of different types of stations,
classificationofstations,typesofrailwayyard,functionsofMarshallingyards.
Signalling & Interlocking: Classification of signals, method of train working, absolute block system,
mechanicalinterlockingofatwolinerailwaystation.
Introduction to Steel Bridges, Types of Steel Bridges, Economical Span, Loads, Permissible Stresses,
FluctuationofStresses,Secondarystressesintrusses,DesignofPlateGirderBridges.
DesignofTrussBridges,Generalarrangement,Economicproportions,TypesofBridgetrusses,Wind
Forces on Lattice Girder Bridge, Top lateral bracing, Bottom lateral bracing, Brief introducation to
Bearing.
TextBooks
ATextBookofRailwayEngineeringbyS.P.Arora&S.C.Saxena
IS:8001984.
DesignofSteelStructuresbyA.S.Arya&J.L.Ajmani,NemChand

EngineeringGeology

CourseCodeCE422 Credit4[211]

Earth Sciences and its importance in Civil Engg. Minerals and their physical properties. Study of
commonrockformingminerals.
Internalstructureoftheearth.Suitabilityofrocksasengineeringmaterials.Buildingstones
occurrencesandcharacteristics,selection
Rocksorigin,Characteristics,Texture,structureandclassificationofigneous,sedimentaryand
metamorphicrocks.Engineeringpropertiesofrocks.
Strikeanddipofstrata,folds,faults,joints,unconformityandtheirclassification,Causesandrelation
toengineeringbehaviourofrockmasses.Overlap.
Landslidescauses,classificationandpreventivemeasures.
Earthquakecauses,classification,earthquakewaves,intensityandmagnitude,Seismiczonesfor
India,Geologicalconsiderationforconstructionofbuilding.
Undergroundwater,sources,Aquifer,Aquiclude,Artesianwell,GroundwaterprovincesofIndiaand
itsroleasgeologicalhazard.
Geologicalinvestigationsforsiteselectionofdams&reservoirs,tunnels,bridgesandhighways.
Reservoirinducedseismicity.
MethodsofGeophysicalexplorationsgravity,electricalandseismic,methods.
References
1. PrabinSingh,EngineeringandGeneralGeology,Katsonpublishinghouse.
2. Legget,R.F.,GeologyandEngineering,McGrawHill,NewYork.
3. Blyth,F.G.M.,AGeologyforEngineers,Arnold,London.
4. P.K.Mukerjee,ATextBookofGeology,Calcutta,worldpublisher.
5. KrynineandJudd:PrinciplesofEngineeringGeology&Geotechnics,McGrawHill,NewYork.
6. B.S.Sathya,Narayanswamy:Engg.GeologyDhanpatRai&Co.NewDelhi.
7. K.S.Valdiya:EnvironmentalGeology,TalaMcGrawHill,NewDelhi.

GeotechnicalEngineeringII
CourseCodeCE612 Credit4[211]
Reviewofprinciplesofsoilmechanics.
Characterization of ground, site investigations, groundwater level, methods of drilling, sampling, in
situtest,SPT,CPT,DCPT,pressuremetertest,geophysicalexplorationbriefdescription,resistivity,
reflectionandrefractionmethods,Subsoilinvestigationreport.
Earth pressure theories, Coulomb and Rankine approaches for c soils, smooth and rough walls,
inclinedbackfill,depthoftensioncrack,graphicalsolutions,typesofretainingstructures.
Typesoffoundationsshallow/deep,isolated,combined,mat,etc.,Definitions,Bearingcapacityof
shallow foundations (Terzaghi analysis), general, local and punching shear failures, corrections for
size, shape, depth, water table, Bearing capacity by consolidation method, in situ bearing capacity
determination, Provisions of IS code of practice, selection of depth of footing, eccentrically loaded
footings. Classifications of piles, loading capacity of single pile in clay, silt and sand by static
methods.Pilegroups,underreamedpilestheirdesignandconstruction,negativeskinfriction,pile
loadtest,wellfoundationsvariousparts,forcesactingonwell.
Machine foundations, classification, definitions, vibration analysis by mathematical model, design
principlesinbrief.
Groundimprovementtechniques,methodsfordifficultandproblematicgroundconditionssoftsoils,
loosesands,expansivesoils,etc.,preloading,verticaldrains,stonecolumns,groutingmethods.
TextBooks
V.N.S.MurthySoilMechanicsandFoundationEngineering(FifthEdition)
K.R.AroraSoilMechanicsandFoundationEngineering
References
J.E.BowlesFoundationAnalysisandDesign
GopalRanjanandA.S.R.RaoBasicandAppliedSoilMechanics
EnvironmentalEngineeringI
CourseCodeCE434 Credit4[310]
Water supply: Water demands and domestic use, variation in demands; population forecasting by
various methods using logistic curve method; per capita supply, basic needs and factors affecting
consumption;designperiod.
Sourcesofwater:Kindsofwatersourcesandtheircharacteristics,collectionofsurfaceandground
water; quality of surface and ground waters; factors governing the selection of a source of water
supply; intakes and their design for lakes, streams and rivers, impounding reservoir and canal;
determinationofthecapacityofimpoundingreservoir.
Transmission of water: Various types of conduits, capacity and sizes including economical sizes of
rising main, structural requirements; laying and testing of water supply pipelines; pipe materials,
joints,appurtenancesandvalves;leakagesandcontrol;waterhammeranditscontrolmeasures.
Storageanddistributionofwater:Methodsofdistribution,pressureandgravitydistributionsystems,
concept of service and balancing reservoirs, capacity of distribution reservoirs; general design
guidelinesfordistributionsystem,HardyCrossmethod,NewtonRaphsonmethodandequivalent
pipemethodofpipenetworkanalysis;ruralwatersupplydistributionsystem.
Watersupply,plumbingsystemsinbuildingsandhouses:waterconnections,differentcocksandpipe
fittings,hotwaterinstallation.Institutionalandindustrialwatersupply.
Wastewater collection: Systems of sanitation and wastewater collection, estimation of wastewater
flowsandvariationsinwastewaterflows.
Stormwater:Collectionandestimationofstormwaterbydifferentformulae.
Flowinsewers:Flowinfullandpartiallyfullsewersanddesignofsewers;typesofsewers,materials
andconstructionofsewers,jointsandsewerappurtenances,layoutandconstructionofsewerlines;
small bore sewer systems. Planning of sewerage systems. Institutional and industrial wastewater
management.
Airpollution:Compositionandstructureofatmosphere;unitsofmeasurement,sourcesofpollutants,
classificationofpollutantsandtheireffects,airqualitymonitoringandstandards.
BriefintroductiontoControldevicesforparticulatecontaminantsgravitationalsettlingchambers,
centrifugalcollectors,wetcollectors,fabricfiltersandelectrostaticprecipitators;controldevicesfor
gaseouscontaminants;automotiveemissioncontrol,conceptofcleanandbiofuels.
Noise pollution: Definition of decibel, sound power level, sound intensity level and sound pressure
level; measurement of noise level; basic concept of community noise, transportation noise and
industrialnoise;acceptableoutdoorandindoornoiselevels;effectsofnoiseandcontrolmeasures.

Textbooks:
Peavy,RoweandTchobanoglous:EnvironmentalEngineering
MetcalfandEddyInc.:WastewaterEngineering
Garg:WaterSupplyEngineering(EnvironmentalEngineeringVol.I)
Garg:SewageDisposalandAirPollutionEngineering(EnvironmentalEngineeringVol.II).
References:
ManualonWaterSupplyandTreatment,C.P.H.E.E.O.,MinistryofUrbanDevelopment,Government
ofIndia,NewDelhi
Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment, C. P. H. E. E. O., Ministry of Urban Development,
GovernmentofIndia,NewDelhi
SteelandMcGhee:WaterSupplyandSewerage
FairandGeyer:WaterSupplyandWastewaterDisposal
Arceivala:WastewaterTreatmentforPollutionControl
HammerandHammerJr.:WaterandWastewaterTechnology
Raju:WaterSupplyandWastewaterEngineering
SinceroandSincero:EnvironmentalEngineering:ADesignApproach
PandeyandCarney:EnvironmentalEngineering
Rao:TextbookofEnvironmentalEngineering
DavisandCornwell:IntroductiontoEnvironmentalEngineering
Kshirsagar:WaterSupplyandTreatmentandSewageTreatmentVol.IandII
Punmia:WaterSupplyandWastewaterEngineeringVol.IandII
Birdie:WaterSupplyandSanitaryEngineering
Ramalho:IntroductiontoWastewaterTreatmentProcesses
Parker:WastewaterSystemsEngineering
Nevers:AirPollutionControlEngineering
Mycock,McKennaandTheodore:HandbookofAirPollutionControlEngineeringandTechnology
SuessandCraxford:W.H.O.ManualonUrbanairQualityManagement
W.H.O.:SelectedMethodsofMeasuringAirPollu

Surveycamp

CourseCodeCE454 Credit2[004]

AminifieldworkonanyofthetopicscoveredinBasicSurveying&AdvancedSurveying

CADinStructuresI

CourseCodeCE484 Credit 3(10


2)

AutodeskAutoCAD/AutoCADArchitecture/ChiefArchitect
(Perquisite:EngineeringDrawing)
Theuserinterface:
Toolbars,Menus,andTheDashboard,TheCommandWindow,DesignCenter,Customizethe
DrawingEnvironment,ToolPalettes
Drawings:
StartaDrawing,OpenorSaveaDrawing,Repair,Restore,RecoverDrawingFiles,MaintainStandards
inDrawings,setstandardsforlayernames,dimensionstyles,andotherelements;checkdrawings
againstthesestandards;andthenchangeanypropertiesthatdonotconform.
Views:
ChangeViews,Use3DViewingTools,DisplayMultipleViewsinModelSpace,MODELSPACE
VIEWPORTS
WorkProcess:
Createdrawingsanditsannotationinmodelspaceandpaperspace.WiththeSheetSetManager,
organizedrawinglayoutsintonamedsheetsetsfortransmitting,publishingandarchivingasaunit.

Create/ModifyObjects:
ControlthePropertiesofObjectsincludinglayers,linetype,color,lineweight,andplotstyle.Use
PrecisionToolstoproduceaccuratedrawingsquicklyandwithoutperformingtediouscalculations.
DrawGeometricObjects,CreateandUseBlocks(Symbols),ChangeExistingObjects,viewandedit
objectproperties,andperformgeneralandobjectspecificeditingoperations.
3DModels:
Create3DModelsandsurfacesfromscratchorfromexistingobjects.Thesesolidsandsurfacescan
thenbecombinedtocreatesolidmodels.3Dobjectscanalsoberepresentedbysimulatedsurfaces
(3Dthickness),asawireframemodel,orasameshmodel.Modify3DSolidsandSurfaces,changeits
appearancebymanipulatingthesolidsandsurfacesinavarietyofwaysincludingclickingand
dragginggrips,usinggriptools,andchangingtheobjectspropertiesthroughthePropertiespalette.
CreateSectionsand2DDrawingsfrom3DModels
AnnotateDrawings:
Annotatedrawings,usecertaintoolsandpropertiestomakeworkingwithannotationseasier.
Hatches,Fills,andWipeouts.CreateNotesandLabelsandtables.Addmeasurementstoyourdrawing
withseveraldimensioningcommands.Usedimensionstylestoformatdimensionsquicklyand
maintainindustryorprojectdimensioningstandards.
PlotandPublishDrawings:
PrepareDrawingsforPlottingandPublishing,establishalayoutandmodifythesettingsofitspage
setuporapplyadifferentpagesetup.PlotDrawingsusingdifferentmethodsanduseanumberof
methodstooutputthedrawing.Youcanplotthedrawingonpaperorcreateafileforusewith
anotherapplication.PublishanentiresheetsetfromtheSheetSetManagerasasetofpaper
drawingsorasasingle,electronic,multisheetDesignWebFormatfile.
ShareDataBetweenDrawingsandApplications:
ReferenceOtherDrawingFiles,attachanentiredrawingtothecurrentdrawingasareferenced
drawing(XREF).LinkandEmbedDatawiththeMicrosoftWindowsOLEfeature,copyormove
informationfromoneapplicationtoanotherwhileretainingtheabilitytoedittheinformationinthe
originalapplication.WorkwithDatainOtherFormatsincludingfilescreatedwithotherapplications
andfilescreatedinearlierreleasesoftheprogram.Specifysearchpathsfordrawingandsupport
files.Extractpropertydatafromobjectsindrawingsandexporttheoutputtoatableortoanexternal
file.AccessExternalDatabases,associate,orlink,datastoredinexternaldatabaseswithgraphical
objectsinadrawing.

WorkandCollaborate:
ProtectandSignDrawingsusingpasswordsanddigitalsignaturesthroughadigitalID(certificate).
AccessandstoredrawingsandrelatedfilesontheInternet.UseMarkupsforDesignReview,learnto
publishdrawingsforreview,andreceivecorrectionsandcommentselectronically.
CreateRealisticImagesandGraphics:

Draw2DIsometricViewsusingtheIsometricSnap/Gridmode.Addlightingtoamodelorsceneto
createamorerealisticrendering.Applymaterialandtexturesinadditiontolighttoaddanotherlevel
ofrealismtothemodeland
Render3DObjectsforRealism.
DrawArchitecturalfeatures(plan,sectionandelevation)andstructuraldetailsforanexisting
buildingandashortspannedbridgeandcreateaphotorealistic,presentationqualityimageofthe
buildingusingtherenderingtools.
EnvironmentalEngineeringII

CourseCodeCE635 Credit4[211]
Introduction:Beneficialusesofwaterandqualityrequirements,standards.
Concepts of water and wastewater quality: physical, chemical and bacteriological examination of
waterandwastewater.
Waterbornediseasesandtheircontrol.
Wastewater characteristics: Temperature, pH, colour and odour, solids, nitrogen and phosphorus,
chlorides,toxicmetalsandcompounds,BOD,CODetc.
Objectivesoftreatment:Waterandwastewatertreatment,unitoperationsandprocessesandflow
sheets.




Sedimentation: Determination of settling velocity, efficiency of ideal sedimentation tank, short
circuiting; different classes of settling; design of primary and secondary settling tanks; removal
efficiencyfordiscreteandflocculentsettling.
Coagulation:Mechanismsofcoagulation,coagulantsandtheirreactions,coagulantaids;designof
flocculatorsandclariflocculators.
Filtration: Theory of filtration; hydraulics of filtration; Carmen Kozenyand other equations; slow
sand, rapid sand and pressure filters, backwashing; brief introduction to other filters; design of
filters.
Disinfection: Requirements of an ideal disinfectant; kinetics of disinfection, various disinfectants,
chlorinationandpracticesofchlorination.
Watersofteningandionexchange:calculationofdoseofchemicals.Adsorption
WastewaterTreatment:Preliminary,primary,secondaryandtertiarytreatmentprocesses.
PrimaryTreatment:Screens,gritchamberandtheirdesign,sedimentationandchemicaltreatment
tobegiven.
Secondary Treatment: Theory of organic matter removal; activated sludge process, design of
different units and modifications, extended aeration systems; trickling filters; aerated lagoons,
wastestabilizationponds,oxidationditches,R.B.C.etc.
Anaerobicdigestionofsludge:Designoflowandhighrateanaerobicdigestersandseptictank.
Basicconceptofanaerobiccontactprocess,anaerobicfilter,anaerobicfixedfilmreactor,fluidized
bedandexpandedbedreactorsandupflowanaerobicsludgeblanket(UASB)reactor.
Disposalofwastewateronlandandinwaterbodies.
Introduction to Duckweed pond, vermiculture and root zone technologies and other emerging
technologiesforwastewatertreatment.
Textbooks:
Peavy,RoweandTchobanoglous:EnvironmentalEngineering
MetcalfandEddyInc.:WastewaterEngineering
Garg:WaterSupplyEngineering(EnvironmentalEngineeringVol.I)
Garg:SewageDisposalandAirPollutionEngineering(EnvironmentalEngineeringVol.II).
DesignofSteelStructures
CourseCodeCE603 Credit4(310)

Introduction to rolled steel sections, loads, factor of safety, permissible and working stresses.
Rivetedandweldedconnections,strength,efficiencyanddesignofjoints.
Compression members Effective length, Slenderness ratio, Strength of Compression members,
DesignofStruts,Columns,BuiltupColumns,Designofeccentricallyloadedcolumns.
TensionmembersNetandGrosssectionalareas,Strengthofmembersandtheirdesign.
DesignofslabandGussetbases,DesignofGrillagefooting.
Beams web crippling and web buckling, design of laterally supported beam, design of laterally
unsupportedbeam,Purlins.
DesignofIndustrialBuildingsDetaileddesignofrooftrusses.
TextBooks
1. IS:8001984.
2. DesignofSteelStructuresbyA.S.Arya&J.L.Ajmani,NemChand&Bros.,Roorkee
3. References
1. DesignofSteelStructuresbyS.K.Duggal,TataMcGrawHillPublishingCompany.
2. DesignofSteelStructuresbyGaylord&Gaylord
IrrigationEngineering
C OU RS ECOD EW L E5 02 C R ED IT 4 (3 0 2)
Source of irrigation water, measurement of irrigation water infiltration, application of soil plant
atmospheric continuum and principles of fluid mechanics to design of irrigation system, water
balance equation and evaluation of different components; measurement of evaporation and
evapotranspiration; Estimation of irrigation water requirement and irrigation scheduling;
efficiencies of irrigation systems, hydraulics, design and evaluation of surface, subsurface,
overhead and drip irrigation systems; design of water conveyance systems including control
structures,designprinciples,characteristicscurves,selectionofpumpsandprimemovers.

ProjectPlanningandConstructionmanagement

CourseCodeCE461 Credit(4(310)
1. ElementsofManagement:projectcycle.Organization,planning,schedulingmonitoring
updatingandManagementsysteminconstruction.
2. NetworkTechniques:Barcharts,milestonecharts,workbreakdownstructureandpreparation
ofnetworks.ApplicationofnetworkTechniqueslikePERT,GERT,CPMAONandAOAin
constructionmanagement.projectmonitoring,costplanning,resourceallocationthrough
networktechniques.Lineofbalancetechnique.
3. EngineeringEconomics:Timevalueofmoney,Presenteconomystudies,Equivalenceconcept,
financingofprojects,economiccomparisonpresentworthmethodEquivalentannualcost
method,discountedcashflowmethod,analyticalcriteriaforpostponingofinvestment
retirementandreplacementofasset.Depreciationandbreakevencostanalysis.
4. ContractManagement:Legalaspectsofcontraction,lawsrelatedtocontracts,landacquisition,
laboursafetyandwelfare.differenttypesofcontracts,theirrelativeadvantagesand
disadvantages.Elementoftenderpreparation,processoftenderingprequalificationof
contracts,Evaluationoftenders,contractnegotiationandwardofwork,monitoringofcontract
extraitems,settlementsofdisputes,arbitrationandcommissioningofproject.
5. EquipmentManagement:Productivityoperationalcost,owningandhiringcostandwork
motionstudy.Simulationtechniquesforresourcesscheduling.
References:
1. ConstructionPlanning,EquipmentandMethods:R.L.Peurity.T.M.H.InternationalBook
Company.
2. PERT&CPMprincipleandapplicationsL.S.Srinath,E.W.P.Ltd.NewDelhi.
3. NetworkAnalysisTechniquesS.K.Bhatnagar,WilleyEasternLtd.

Design of Earthquake Resistant Structure


CourseCodeCE615 Credit3[210]
IntroductionOriginofEarthquakes,magnitude,intensity,groundmotions,sensors,Strongmotion
characteristics.
Concepts of Earthquake Resistant Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings Earthquake and
vibrationeffectsonstructure,identificationofseismicdamagesinR.C.buildings,Effectofstructural
irregularitiesontheperformanceofR.C.buildingsduringearthquakesandseismoresistantbuilding
architecture.
S.D.O.F.SystemsEquationofmotion,freeandforcedvibrations,damping,Responsespectrum
M.D.O.FSystems.
Twodegreeandmultidegreefreedomsystems
SeismicAnalysisandModelingofR.C.BuildingsCodalprocedurefordeterminationofdesignlateral
loads,infillwalls,seismicanalysisofR.C.buildingasperIS:1893(Part1)
EarthquakeResistantDesignofBuildings
Ductilityconsiderations,E.R.D.ofR.C.building,Designofloadbearingbuildings,Designofshearwall
TextBooks
1. EarthquakeResistantDesignofStructuresbyP.Agarwal&M.Shrikhande
2. StructuralDynamicsTheory&ComputationbyMarioPaz
3. DynamicsofStructuresTheoryandApplicationstoEarthquakeEngineeringbyAnilK.Chopra
References
1. IntroductiontoStructuralDynamicsbyJ.M.Biggs
2. ElementsofEarthquakeEngineeringbyJaiKrishnaandA.R.Chandrasekharan
3. FundamentalofEarthquakeEngineeringbyN.M.NeumarksandE.Rosenblueth
4. EngineeringVibrationsbyL.S.Jacobsen&R.S.Ayre
5. StructuralDynamicsbyR.RoyCraigJr.
6. DynamicsofStructuresbyR.W.Clough&J.Penjien
7. IS:1893(Part1)2002
8. IS:1893(Part4)2005
IS:139201993



WATERRESOURCESENGINEERINGII
CourseCodeSWLE516 Credit3(210)
Types of Head works: Component parts of a diversion headwork, Failure of hydraulic structures
founded on permeable foundations, Principles of design, Blighs theory, Khoslas theory for
determinationofpressureandexitgradient.
RegulationWorks:Falls,Classification,Introductiontodesignprincipleoffalls,DesignofSardatype
andstraightglacistall.
PrincipleanddesignofDistributoryheadregulatiorandcrossregulator,canalescape,Bedbars.
Canal head works: Functions, Location, Layout of head works. Weir and Barrage, Canal head
Regulator, Introduction to the design principles of Weirs on permeable foundations, Design of
verticaldropandslopingglacisweir.
Cross drainage works: Necessity and types. Aqueduct, Siphon Aqeduct, supeer passage, canal
siphon,levelcrossing,Introductiontodesignprinciplesofcrossdrainageworks.
Floodrouting:Types,methodsofreservoirrouting,channelroutingbyMuskinghamMethod.
Investigation and planning of dams and Reservoirs: Zones of storage, Estimation of storage
capacity,Reservoirlosses,Reservoirsedimentationanditscontrol,lifeofareservoir.
Dams:classificationandselectioncriteria.
Earth Dams: Classification, causes of failure Pheratic line, and its determination Introduction to
statislityanalysis.
Gravitydams:Forcesmethodofanalysis,modesoffailureandfactorofsafety,Elementaryprofile,
stabilityanalysis,galleries,joints,controlofcracks.
Spillways: Spillway capacity, types of spillways, Design of ogee spillway, Energy dissipation below
spillway,Designcriteriafor HydraulicJumptypestillingbasinswithhorizontalandslopingaprons,
spillwaygates.
HydroElectricPower:assessmentofpotentialspeciallyinreferencetoIndia,classificationofpower
plants,importantterms,typesofturbinesandtheirsuitability.PowerHouselayoutandimportant
structuresofapowerhouse.
CE 650-658 Elective I 4[3-1-0]

CE 670-678 Elective II 4[3-1-0]

CE 650-679 Elective III 3(3-0-


0)

IICADinStructuresII

CourseCodeCE684 Credit 4[20


2]

STAADPro

(Perquisite:ConcreteStructuresI,ConcreteStructuresII,SteelStructures)

a) modelgenerationofsteelandconcretestructures
b) analysisanddesignofsteelportalframes
c) analysis&designofreinforcedconcreteframe
d) modelingandanalysisofslabs
e) modelingofothersurfaceentitieslikewallsusingplateelements.
f) meshgenerationmethodforgeneratingthefiniteelementmodelofplates
g) IntroductiontoSTAADetc.forperformingsecondaryanalysisanddesigntasksonastructurefor
whichtheprimaryanalysisanddesignhavealreadybeenaccomplishedusingSTAAD.Pro.
h) analysis&designoftrusses

AutodeskCivil3D
(Perquisite:AutoCAD2D(Classic)
BasicFunctionalityofCivil3D(navigationandthecommonfeaturesoftheinterface)
Workspaces:forunderstandingandusingthemainwindowsoftheapplication.
PanoramaWindow:itsuseandcustomization.
HowtochangedisplayDisplayofAnObject.
Inthistutorial,youwilllearnhowtochangetheappearanceofasurfacebychangingitsstyle.
TheObjectViewer:todisplayasurfaceinthreedimensions(3D)
TochangethelocationandformatofobjectlabelsinAutoCADCivil3DusingLabels

Howtoworkwithcoordinategeometry(COGO)points,whicharethebasisformodelinglandsurfaces.
Toorganizing a large set of points, how to use point groups, layers, external references, and styles to
display points. The various ways to edit points using standard AutoCAD tools. How to add custom
propertiestopoints.
Learntocreateandworkwithlandsurfaces,createanemptyTINsurfaceandthenadddatatothe
surface,includingasetofsurveypoints(inapointgroup),boundaries,andbreaklines.Learnhowto
changeandconstrainthesurfacestylesanddisplay.Basicconceptsofsomecommonsurfaceediting
tasks,includingedgeswapping,TINlinedeletion,andsurfacesmoothing,hidepartofthesurfaceusing
ahideboundaryet

cetera.Createbaseandcomparisonsurfaces,andthencreateapersistentvolumesurfacefromthem,
as well as composite volume calculations. Learn to add multiview blocks to a surface and render it
usingasampleofthevisualizationtechniquesincludedwithAutoCADCivil3D.

LearntoaccessthesurveyfunctionalityanddefineandmanagethesurveysettingsinAutoCADCivil
3D,toimportsurveydatatotheAutoCADCivil3Dsurveydatabase,andtoinsertandbrowsetothe
surveydatainyourdrawing.Learnhowtoanalyzeandreducesurveydata.Learntoviewinformation
reportsforfiguresandhowtousethefiguresasasourceforsurfacedata.

CE699Project 6[0012]