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LECTURE PLAN CE-504 STRUCTURE DESIGN AND DRG.

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1 I Basic principles of Structural Design: Assumptions,
Mechanism of load transfer.
2 Various Properties of Concrete and reinforcing
steel.
3 Introduction to working stress method and limit
state method of design.
4 Partial safety factors for load and material,
calculation of various loads for structural design of
singly reinforced beam.
5 II Design of Beams: Doubly reinforced rectangular
beams.
6 Flanged Beams, Lintel.
7 Cantilever, Simply supported and continuous
beams.
8 Beams with compression reinforcement:
redistribution of moments in continuous beams.
9 Circular girders.
10 Deep beams.
11 Design of beam for shear and bond.
12 III Design of Slabs: slabs spanning in one direction,
cantilever, simply supported and continuous slabs.
13 Slabs spanning in two directions.
14 Circular slabs.
15 Waffle slabs.
16 Flat slabs.
17 Yield line theory.
18 IV Columns & Footings: effective length of columns,
short and long columns- square, rectangular and
circular columns.
19 Isolated footing.
20 Combined footing.
21 Strap Footing.
22 Columns subjected to axial loads and bending
moments (sections with no tension).
23 Raft Foundation.
24 V Staircases: staircases with waist slab having equal
and unequal flights with different support
conditions.
25 Slabless tread-riser staircases.
LECTURE PLAN CE-303 STRENGTH OF MATERIAL

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1 I Simple stress and strain: concept of elastic body,
stress and strain, Hookes law, various types of
stress and strains.
2 Elastic constants.
3 Stresses in compound bars.
4 Composite and tapering bars
5 Temperature stresses
6 Complex stress and strains: two dimensional and
three dimensional stress system. Normal and
tangential stresses.
7 Principal planes, principal stresses and strains.
8 Mohrs circle of stresses.
9 Combined bending and torsion.
10 Theories of failure
11 II Theory of Simple bending: concept of pure bending
and bending stress, equation of bending, neutral
axis.
12 Section modulus
13 Determination of bending stresses in simply
supported, cantilever and overhanging beams
subjected to point load and udl.
14 Bending & shear stress distribution across a section
in beams.
15 Deflection of beams: Double Integration method.
16 Conjugate beam method.
17 Macaulays method.
18 Area moment method.
19 III Torsion of shafts: concept of pure torsion, torsion
equation.
20 Determination of shear stress and angle of twist of
shafts of circular section.
21 Hollow shafts.
22 Open and closed coil springs, leaf spring, spiral
spring.
23 Pressure vessels: thin and thick walled cylinders and
spheres.
24 Stress due to internal pressure, change in diameter
and volume.
25 Compound cylinders and shrink fittings.
26 IV Unsymmetrical bending: principal moment of
inertia, product of inertia.
27 Bending of beam in a plane which is not a plane of
symmetry.
28 Shear centre.
29 Curved beams: pure bending of curved beams of
rectangular, circular and trapezoidal sections.
30 Stress distribution and position of neutral axis.
31 V Columns and struts: Eulers buckling load for
uniform section.
32 Various end conditions, slenderness ratio, stress in
columns.
33 Rankine formulae.
34 Eccentric loading on columns.