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EXPERI

MENT9:
Determinati
onandEsti
mationoforgani
csol
ids.
EXPERI
MENT10:
Determinati
onandEsti
mat i
onofinor
gani
csolids.
EXPERI
MENT11:
Determinati
onofI
ron.
EXPERI
MENT12:
Determinati
onofdi
ssolv
edOxy gen.

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MANAGEMENTSCIENCEFORENGINEERS

Obj
ectives:Thest udentshoul dhav e under stoodt heconcept sofDemandanal y si
s
pr
oduction and costanal ysisl ike fixed costv ariable costmar ginalcostand
i
mpor t
anceofbr eakev enanal ysis.
1.Thest udentshoul d givean i deaon di fferentt ypesofmar kets,strategic
pr i
cing, capi t
al budgetingest i
mat ionandt echni ques.
2.Thest udentshoul dunderstandt heconcept sofmanagementandi tspractices
tomeett hegl obalchal lengesi nef f
ectiveandef f
icientmanner ,typesof
or gani zati
onst ructur
esandt heirsuitabil
i
t yandi mpor tanceofHRM.
3.Thest udentshoul dknow andappl ythei mpor t
anceandv italroleoft he
pr oduct ion,t ypesofpl antl ayout ,stati
st i
calqual i
tycont rolconcept sand
pr ojectmanagementt echni ques.
4.Thest udentshoul dhav e under stoodt heconcept sofI nventoryCont r
ol,EOQ,
ABC Anal ysis,VED Anal y si
s,Pur chase pr ocedur e,st or
es Management .
Funct ions,Mar keti
ngMi x,Mar ketingst r
at egiesbasedonpr oductlif
ecy cle,
channel sofdi stri
buti
ons.
Outcomes:
1.Thest udentshoul d givean i deaon di fferentt ypesofmar kets,strategic
pr i
cing, capi t
al budgetingest i
mat ionandt echni ques.
2.Thest udentshoul dunderstandt heconcept sofmanagementandi tspractices
tomeett hegl obalchal lengesi nef f
ectiveandef f
icientmanner ,typesof
or gani zati
onst ructur
esandt heirsuitabil
i
t yandi mpor tanceofHRM.
3.Thest udentshoul dknow andappl ythei mpor t
anceandv italroleoft he
pr oduct ion,t ypesofpl antl ayout ,stati
st i
calqual i
tycont rolconcept sand
pr ojectmanagementt echni ques.
4.Thest udentshoul dhav e under stoodt heconcept sofI nventoryCont r
ol,EOQ,
ABC Anal ysis, VED Anal ysis, Pur chase pr ocedur e, stores Management .
Funct ions, Mar ketingMi x,Mar ket i
ngst r
ategiesbasedonpr oductlifecycl
e

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UNIT-I :
Intr
oductiont
oManager i
alEconomics, ConceptsofManager i
alEconomics:
DemandAnal ysi
s:LawofDemand, Elastici
tyofdemand&DemandFor ecasti
ng.
Producti
onandcostAnal ysi
s:Productionfunctions,LawsofReturns,Economiesof
scal
e.
CostConcepts:Di f
ferenttypesofcost s:Variablecost,Fi
xedcost,Mar gi
nalcost
,
Semi-vari
abl
ecost.Break-ev
enAnalysis.

UNI TII
:
Mar ketStructur
es:Diff
erenttypesofMar kets.
Prici
ng:Met hodsofPri
cingandst rategies, Ski
mmi ngandPenet rati
onPri
cing.
Capitalbudget i
ng:Esti
mat i
onoff ixedandwor kingcapital
,Met hods&sour cesof
raisi
ng capi tal
. Methods of capi tal budget ing,Tradit
ional and Di scounted
Techniques.
Financialaccounti
ng&Fi nancialAnal ysis:Ov er
viewoff i
nancialAccounts,Journal
,
Subsidiarybooks,Ledger,Tri
alBalanceandPr eparati
onofTradingAccount ,Prof
it&
LossAccountandBal anceSheet .Financi alAnalysiswit
hthehelpofRat i
os

UNIT-III
:
Management :Functionsofmanagement .Taylor’
ssci ent
if
icmanagementtheor
y,
Fayol’
sprinci
plesofmanagement .
Designi
ngofor gani
zat i
onstr
uctur
es:Diff
erentMet hodswi t
hMeri
tsanddemer i
ts
andtheirsuit
abili
ty.
HumanRecour seManagement :Recr
uit
ment,Selection,Tr
aini
ngandDevel
opment
andPer manenceAppr ai
sal
.

UNIT-I V:
Oper at
ionManagement :Typesofplantlay
out,Met
hodsofpr
oducti
on,work,st
udy-
procedurei nv
olv edinMet hodsstudyandwor kMeasurement.St
ati
sti
calquali
ty
control
.
X,R, C&Pchar ts.
ProjectManagement :ProgrammeEv aluat
ionandRevi
ew Techni
que(PERT) ,
cri
ti
cal pathmet hod
(CPM ) .Ident
if
icati
onofcriti
cal
path.

UNIT-V:
Materi
alManagement :Object
ives,NeedforInvent
oryControl
,EOQ,ABCAnalysi
s,
VEDAnal y
sis,
Pur
chasepr ocedure,st
oresManagement .
Marketi
ng:Funct
ions,Mar ket
ingMi x,Market
ingstrat
egiesbasedonproductli
fe
cycl
e,channel
sofdist
ribut
ions.

TextBooks
1.
ManagerialEconomi
cs& Fi
nancial Accounti
ng – Pr
enti
ce Hal
lofI
ndi
a:
Dr.M.KasiReddy
,Dr
.S.
Sar
aswathi
2.
Varshney&Maheswari:
Manageri
alEconomics,
Sul
tanChand,
2009.

Ref
erenceBooks
1.Ambri
shGupta,Financi
alAccount
ingf
orManagement
,Pear
sonEducat
ion,
NewDelhi
,2009

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PAVEMENTDESI
GN
Obj
ecti
ves:
1.TostudyonFact orAffecti
ngPav ementDesi gn, Str
essesinPav ement s,
Stress
i
nFlexibl
ePav ement s.
2.TostudyonSt ressesi nRi gi
dPav ement s,Mat eri
alCharact
erist
ics,CBRand
Modulusofsub gr ader eacti
onofsoi lmi neralsaggregates,Blending of
aggregat
es,binder s,poly
merandr ubbermodi fi
edbi t
umen.
3.TostudyonDesi gnofFl exibl
ePav ement ,flexiblepavementDesignconcept s,
AsphaltI
nst
itute‘smet hodswi thHMAandot herbasecombi nati
ons.
4.TostudyonDesi gnofRi gi
dpav ementcal ibrati
ngmechani sti
c,Designpr ocess
PCA AASHTO & I RC Speci fi
cation,I ntroduction t
o Pr estressed and
conti
nuousl
yr einforcedcementconcr et
ePav ementdesign.

Out
comes:
1.Abletodesi
gnf l
exibl
eandrigidpav ement
s.
2.Underst
andt hecharact
eri
sticsofhi ghwaymater
ial
s,t
heirpropert
iesand
thei
rimport
ance.
3.Underst
andthef ai
l
uresinpav ement s
4.Abletounder st
andtheconst ruct
ionofpavement
sandt hei
rmai nt
enance
byusingmethodofev al
uati
on

UNIT-I
:
I
ntr
oducti
ontopav ementdesign:Vari
ablesconsider
edi
nPav ementDesi
gn-
Types
ofPavements-
Functi
onsofi ndiv
iduallayer
s-Fact
orsaf
fect
ingPavementDesi
gn-
wheell
oads-
Tir
ePressure-
ContactPressure-
EAL&ESWLconcept s-
Traf
fi
cAnal
ysi
s-
137
ADT&AADT.

UNI T-II
:
Stressesinflexibleandrigi
dpav ements:Str
essesinFl exi
blepavements-Layered
systemsconcept -
Onelayersystem-Boussi
nesqtwol ay
ersy st
em-Burmistertheory
ofPav ementdesi gn.
Stresses i
n Ri gid pav
ement s-
Relati
ve st
if
fness ofslab-modulus ofSubgr ade
Reaction-
str
essesduet owar pi
ng-str
essesduet oloads-st
ressesduet of r
icti
on-
Designoftiebar sanddowelbars.

UNIT-II
I:
Fl
exibl
e and rigi
d pavementdesi gn:Flexi
ble PavementDesi gn concept
s-CBR
methodofFlexi
blePavementdesign-IRCmethodofdesign-
AsphaltI
nstit
utemethod
andAASHOmet hods.
Rigi
d Pavementdesi gn concepts-
IRC method ofRi gi
d pavementdesi gn-PCA
method-I
mportanceofJoint
sinr i
gidPavements-
Ty pesofj
oint
s-useoftiebarsand
dowelbars.

UNIT-IV:
Mater
ialcharact
eri
sti
cs:Tests on aggr
egat
es-
Aggregat
e propert
ies and t
hei
r
i
mportance-
TestsonBitumen-
requi
rement
sofdesignmix-
Marshallmethodofmix
desi
gn.

UNIT-V:
Highwayconstr
ucti
onandmai ntenance:Constructi
on:Construct
ionofBit
uminous
Pavements const
ruct
ion of CementConcr ete Roads-SoilStabil
i
zat
ion-
use of
Geosynt
heti
cs.
Highway maint
enance –Pavementf ai
lur
es-f
ailur
es inf l
exibl
e Pavements-
Rigi
d
Pavementfai
lur
esPavementevaluati
on-Benkel
manBeam met hod.

TextBooks:
1.HighwayEngi
neer
ing-
S.K.
khanna&C.J.
Just
o,Nemchand&Bros.
2.Princi
ples&Pr
act
icesofHighwayEngi
neeri
ng-
Dr.
L.R.
Kadi
yal
i&Dr.
N.BLal
,Khanna
Publi
shers.

Ref
erenceBooks:
1.Pri
nci
plesofPav ementdesign,Yoder.
&Wi t
zoracMat hew,JohnWi
l
ey&
SonsInc.
2.PavementAnaly
sisandDesign,YangH.Huang,Prenti
ceHall
Inc.
3.IRCcodesforDesignofFl
exi
bleandRigidPav
ement s.

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1.
Understandthediffer
encebetweenahazar danddi saster
2.
Knowaboutv ari
ousdisaster
sandt heirimpacts
3.
UnderstandDi f
fer
entapproachesofdi sasterri
skreduct i
on
4.
Toincreaset heknowledgeandunder standingoft heI nter
nati
onalStrategy
forDisasterReducti
onandt oincreaseski ll
sandabi li
tiesfori
mpl ementing
theDisasterRiskReduction(DRR)St r
ategy.
5.
Toensur eskill
sandabi l
it
iestoanalysepot enti
aleffectsofdisastersandof
thestrategi
esandmet hodstodeliv
erpubl icheal
thr esponsetoav ertthese
eff
ects.

Out
comes:
1.Under stand the vulnerabil
it
yofecosy stem and i nfrastr
ucture due toa
disast er
2.Acqui retheknowledgeofDi sasterManagementPhases
3.Under standthehazar dandv ul
nerabil
it
ypr of
il
eofI ndia
4.Capaci tytointegrat
eknowl edgeandt oanal yse,evaluateandmanaget he
differentpublicheal t
haspect sofdi sasterev entsatal ocalandgl obal
l
ev els.
5.Capaci tytoobt ai
n,anal yse,andcommuni catei nf
ormat i
ononr i
sks,reli
ef
needsandl essonsl earnedf rom ear l
ierdisastersinor dert of ormulate
strategiesf ormi t
igation inf utur
e scenarioswi tht he abil
it
yt o cl
ear l
y
presentanddi scusst heirconclusionsandt heknowl edgeandar gument s
behi ndthem.

UNIT-I :
Environmental Hazards & Di sasters: Meaning of Env ironment al hazar
ds,
EnvironmentalDisast
er sand Envir
onment alstress.ConceptofEnv ir
onmental
Hazar ds,Envi
ronmentalst
ress&Env ironmentalDisasters.Di
fferentapproaches&
rel
ationwi thhumanEcol ogy-LandscapeAppr oach-Ecosy st
em Appr oach-
Perception approach -Human ecol ogy & its appl icat
ion in geogr aphi
cal
researches.
TypesofEnv i
ronment
alhazards&Di saster
s:Nat uralhazardsandDi sast
ers-Man
i
nducedhazar ds&Di saster
s-Natur alHazards-Pl anetaryHazar ds/Disaster
s-
ExtraPlanetar
yHazards/disast
ers-Pl anet
aryHazar ds.

UNIT-II:
EndogenousHazar ds-VolcanicErupti
on–Ear thquakes–Landslides-Vol cani
c
Hazards/Di
sast er
s-Causesanddi str
ibuti
onofVol canoes-Hazardouseffectsof
vol
canicerupti
ons-Env i
ronmentalimpact sofv ol
canicerupt
ions-Earthquake
Hazards/disasters -Causes ofEar thquakes -Di st
ri
but
ion ofearthquakes -
Hazardouseffectsof-ear t
hquakes-Ear thquakeHazardsi nI ndi
a -Human
adj
ustment,percepti
on&mi ti
gati
onofear thquake.

UNIT-I I
I:
Exogenous hazar ds/di sasters -I nfrequentev ents-Cumul ativ
e at mospheric
hazards/disasters,
Cyclones:Tropical cy
clones&Local st orms-Destructionbyt r
opical cycl
ones&
l
ocalst orms( causes,di st
ributionhumanadj ustment ,perception&mi t
igati
on),
Cumul ati
veatmospher i
chazar ds/di
sast er
s:-Floods-Dr oughts-Coldwav es-Heat
wavesFl oods:-Causesoff loods-Fl oodhazardsI ndia-Floodcont rolmeasures
(Humanadj ust ment ,perception&mi t
igati
on)
,Dr oughts:-Impact sofdr oughts-
Droughthazar dsi nI ndi
a-Dr oughtcont r
olmeasur es-ExtraPl anetaryHazards/
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Disasters-Man i nduced Hazar ds/ Disaster
s-Phy si
calhazards/Disasters-
Soil
Erosion
SoilErosion:-Mechanics&f ormsofSoi lEr
osion-Factors&causesofSoi lEr
osion
-Conser vati
onmeasur esofSoi lErosion,
Chemi calhazar ds/di sasters:
-Rel easeoft oxicchemi cal
s,nuclearexplosion-
Sediment ati
on pr ocesses,Sedi ment ati
on pr ocesses:
- Global Sedi
ment ati
on
problems-Regi onalSedi ment ati
on pr obl
ems-Sedi mentat
ion & Envi
ronment al
problems-Cor recti
vemeasur esofEr osion&Sedi mentati
on,
Biologi
cal hazards/disasters:-PopulationExplosion

UNIT-IV:
Emer gi
ngappr oachesinDisasterManagement -Thr
eeStages
1.Pre-disasterstage( pr
eparedness)
2.Emer gencySt age
3.PostDi sasterstage-Rehabili
tat
ion
NaturalDisasterReduct i
on&Management
a)ProvisionofI mmedi at
er el
iefmeasur est
odisast
eraf
fectedpeopl
e
b)PredictionofHazar ds&Di sasters
c)Measur esofadjustmentt onaturalhazar
ds
Miti
gati
on-I nstit
uti
ons

UNIT-V:
a.Ar egionalsurveyofLandSubsi dence,Coast alDisaster
, &Disast
erinHill
swi th
part
icularreferencet oI ndia.Ecologicalplanningf orsust ai
nabil
it
y&sust ainable
developmenti nIndia-Sust ainabler ur
aldev el
opment :ARemedyt oDisasters-Role
ofPanchay atsinDi sastermi ti
gations
b.Env i
ronment alpolicies&pr ogrammesi nI ndia-I
nst i
tut
ions&Nat ionalCentres
forNat uralDisasterr educt i
on,Env i
ronment alLegislati
onsinI ndi
a,Awar eness,
Conserv ati
onMov ement ,Educat i
on&t rai
ning.

TextBooks:
1.
DisasterMiti
gat
ion:
Experi
encesAndRefl
ecti
onsbyPardeepSahni.
2.
R.B.Singh (Ed) Envi
ronmental Geogr
aphy, Her
it
age Publishers New
Del hi,
1990.

Ref
erenceBooks:
1.SavinderSi
nghEnvi
ronment
alGeogr
aphy,Pr
ayagPustakBhawan,
1997.
2.Kates,B.
I&Whit
e,G.FTheEnvi
ronmentasHazar
ds,oxfor
d,NewYork,
1978.

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ADVANCEDFOUNDATIONENGI
NEERING

Obj
ecti
ves:
1.Thestudentswi l
labl
etoselectthebestf
oundati
onsolut
ionfordi
ffer
enttypes
ofcivi
lengineeri
ngprobl
ems.
2.Thestudentsshouldbeabletodesigndeepandshallowfoundati
onsand
supervi
setheirconstr
uct
ion.
3.Toprovidethestudentswi
tht heinf
ormati
ontheyneedtodesignfoundat
ions
atthestateoftheart.

Outcomes:
1.Astudentl
earnandabl
etofindoutt
heSoilProfi
l
einagivenl
ocati
on.
2.Astudentabl
etosel
ectsui
tablef
oundati
onforagivenstr
uct
ureandsit
e.
3.Exper
ti
seinthecal
cul
ati
onofloadcarr
yingcapaci
tyofsel
ect
edfoundati
on.

UNI T-I:
SHALLOW FOUNDATI ONS- I:Generalrequirement soff oundati
ons.Ty pesofshal l
ow
foundationsandthef actorsgov er
ningt hesel ecti
onofat ypeofshal l
owf oundati
on.
Bearingcapacityofshallowf oundationsbyTer zaghi‘
st heoryandMey erhof‘
stheory
(deri
vati
onofexpr essionsandsol utiont oproblemsbasedont hesetheories)
.Local
shearandgener alshearf ai
lureandt hei
ri dentif
icati
on.
SHALLOW FOUNDATI ONS-II:Beari
ngcapaci t
yofi solatedfootingsubjectedto
eccentri
candi ncl
inedloads.Bear i
ngcapaci tyofisolatedfootingr est
ingon
strati
fi
edsoil
sButton‘stheor yandSiv aReddyanal ysi
s.

UNIT-II
:
ANALYSISANDSTRUCTURALDESI GNOFR. C.C.FOOTI
NGS: Anal
ysisandstr
uct
ural
desi
gnofR.C.C.isol
ated,combinedandst r
apfooti
ngs.
DEEPFOUNDATI ONS-I:Pi
lefoundati
ons-t
ypesofpil
efoundat
ions.Esti
mati
onof
beari
ngcapaci
tyofpilefoundati
onbydy namicandstat
icfor
mulae.Beari
ng
capaci
tyandsettl
ementanalysisofpil
egroups.Negati
veski
nFr i
cti
on,Pi
lel
oad
test
s.

UNIT-I I
I:
DEEPFOUNDATI ONS–I I
:Wellf
oundations–el ementsofwellf
oundation.Forces
acti
ngaonawel lf
oundati
on.Depthandbear i
ngcapacityofwel
lfoundation.Desi
gn
ofindiv
idualcomponent
sofwellfoundati
on( onlyf
orcesacti
ngandprinciplesof
design).Pr
oblemsassoci
atedwithwellsinki
ng.

UNIT-IV:
SHEETPILEWALLS: Cant
il
eversheetpi
l
esandachoredbul
kheads,Eart
hPressur
e
di
agram,Det
erminat
ionofdepthofembedmenti
nsandsandcl ay
s-Timber
ingof
Tr
enches–EarthPressur
eDiagrams–Forcesi
nstruts.

UNIT-V:
FOUNDATI ONSINPROBLEMATI CSOILS:Foundat
ionsinbl
ackcott
onsoil
s-basi
c
foundat
ionprobl
emsassoci
atedwit
hblackcottonsoil
s.Li
mecolumntechni
ques–
154
Principl
esandexecut
ion.UseofCohesi
veNonSwel
li
ng(CNS)layerbelowshall
ow
foundat i
ons.
DESI GNOFUNDERREAMEDPI LESFOUNDATIONS:
Underreamedpiles-pri
nci
pleof
functioni
ngofunderr
eamedpi l
eAnal
ysi
sandstr
uct
ural
designofunderr eamed
pil
e.

TextBooks:
1.Analy
sisandDesi
gnofFoundati
onsandRet
aini
ngSt
ruct
uresShamsherPr
akash,
GopalRanjanandSwami Sar
an.
2.Foundati
onDesi
gn-Teng.

Refer
enceBooks:
1.Analy
sisandDesi
gnofFoundations–E.W.Bowles.
2.Foundati
onengi
neer
ingbyBri
je.
M. Das,
Cengagepubil
i
cat
ions,
NewDel
hi.
3.Foundati
onsDesi
gnandConstructi
on–Toml i
nson.

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