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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION (R-2001) SECOND YEAR ENGINEERING: (Civil Engineering) Semester III Subject No of periods per week (60 minute each) Lecturer Practical Tutorial 3 2 2 2 9 22 Duration of theory paper (hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 Marks Theory paper 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 Term work 25 25 25 25 25 125 Practical Oral Total 100 125 125 125 125 125 725

Applied 4 Mathematics III (Civil)* 2 Surveying I* 3 3 Strength of 5 Materials* 4 Building 3 Construction * 5 Construction 3 Materials & Testing 6 Fluid Mechanics * 4 Total 22 * Common to Construction Engineering. Semester IV Subject

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No of periods per week (60 minute each) Lecturer Practical Tutorial 3 2 3 2 10 2 2

Applied Statistics 4 & Numerical Methods * 2 Surveying II * 3 3 Structural 5 Analysis I * 4 Engineering 5 Geology * 5 Engineering 1 Design & Drawing I * 6 Concrete 3 Technology Total 21 * Common to Construction Engineering.

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Duration of theory paper (hours) 3 3 3 3 4 3 -

Marks Theory paper 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 Term work 25 25 25 25 25 125 Practical 25 25 Oral 25 25 25 25 25 125 Total 100 150 150 150 150 100 875

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Applied Mathematics III Class : S. E. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : Tutorials : Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total

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Detailed Syllabus 1 Complex Variables • Functions of complex variable. Continuity (only statements), derivability of a analytic function, regular function, Necessary conditions for f(z) to be analytic (statements of sufficient conditions) Cauchy Riemann equation in polar co-ordinates, Harmonic functions, orthogonal trajectories, analytical and Milne Thomson method to find f(z) from its real or imaginary parts. • Mapping – conformal mapping, linear, bi-linear mapping with geometrical interpretations • Civil engg. applications. 2 Fourier series and integrals • Orthogonal and orthonormal functions, expression for a function in a series of orthogonal functions. Sine and cosine functions and their orthogonaliity properties. Fourier series, Dirichlet’s theorem (only statements). Periodic function with period 2x and T, Even and odd functions. Half range sine and cosine series. Parseval’s relations. • Complex form of Fourier series. • Fourier Integral, Fourier integrals with of even and odd functions • Civil engineering applications 3 Laplace Transforms • Function of bounded variation(statement only) Laplace transforms of I. tn, eat, sin(a), cos(at, sinh(at), cos(at), crf(t), shifting properties, Expressions (with proofs) for • L{tn F(t)}, L {F(t)/t}. L) f[u] du}, L{dn f(t)}, Unit step function, l leaviside, Dirac functions and their Laplace transform of periodic functions. • Evaluation of Inverse Laplacer Transforms, partial fraction methods, Heaviside development, Convolution theorem. • Application to solve initials a boundary value problem involving ordinary differential equations with one dependent variable. 4 Matrices • Types of matrices, Adjoint of a matrix, Inverse of a matrix, Elementary transformations, rank of a matrix, Linear dependent and independent of rows and columns of a matrix over a real field. Reduction to a normal form. Partitioning of matrices. • System of Homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations, their consistency and solution.

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Surveying I Class : S. E. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 3 Tutorials : Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total

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100 25 125

Detailed Syllabus 1 Introduction • Various types of surveying- based on methods and instruments, classifications, uses and necessity of geodetic surveying, photographic, astronomy and hydrographic surveying • Diagonal scale, various types of venires, micrometers on surveying on surveying instruments, principals of surveying • Different types of ranging, tapes, chains, steel band • Linear measurements, approximate, direct, optical and electronic methods • Chain surveying, minor instruments for setting our right angle 2 Compass Survey • Bearings – different types, compass – prismatic, surveyor, whole circle, reduced bearings, declination, local attraction, plotting of compass surveyor, whole circle, reduced bearings, declination, local attraction, plotting of compass survey by different methods. 3 Leveling and controlling • Definitions, technical terms, different types of levels such as dumpy, quickset, precise, auto • Temporary and permanent adjustments of dumpy and auto level • Different methods of leveling, reduction of levels, problems. • Difficulties in leveling work, corrections and precautions to be taken in leveling work. • Contour- definitions, contour interval, equivalent, uses and characteristics of contour lines, direct and indirect methods of countering. • Running a level line, L section, cross section, methods of interpolation • Grade contour-definition, use, setting out in field. • Computation of volume by trapezoid and primordial formula, volume from sport levels, volume from contour plan. • 4 Areas • Area of a irregular figure by Trapezoidal rule, average ordinate rule, Simpnon’s 1/3 rule, various coordinate methods. • Planimeter : Types of planimeter including digital planimeter, area of zero circle, use of planimeter. 5 Theodolite transverse • Various parts and axis of transmit, technical terms, temporary and permanent adjustments of a transit, horizontal and vertical angles, methods of repetition and reiteration. • Different methods of running a theodolite transverse, Gales’ traverse table, balancing of transverse by Bow-Ditch’s transit and modified transit rules. • Problems on one-plane and two-plane methods, omitted measurements. • Precautions is using theodolite, errors in theodolite survey • Use of theodolite for various works such as prolongation of a straight line, setting out an angle. 6 Plane table surveying • Definitions, uses and advantages, temporary adjustments. • Different methods of plane table survey, use of telescopic alidade Practicals : • Use of planimeter for irregular figures • To find internal angles of a polygon with a prismatic and a surveyor compass • Practice on levels • Use of theodolite for horizontal and vertical angles.

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• Theodolite transverse, Gale’s transverse table • Use of plane table Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. The term work shall comprise of : • Report on experiments conducted. • Report (inclusive of drawing sheets) of a two day project on theodolite transversing and plane table detailing. • Assignment consisting of minimum five problems on each topic including at least three programs (debugged and with suitable comments and data with output for problems on above syllabus), • Graded answer paper of written test. The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted and project : 10 Marks • Assignments : 05 Marks • Written Test : 10 Marks

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3 Simple stress in Beams Flexure formula for straight beams. Stresses and strains in thin cylindrical and spherical shells under internal pressure. 2 Stress & Strain Stress. Modules of elasticity. yield stress. core of a section. stresses in axial members and simple beams due to impact loading. passion ratio. temp. ultimate stress.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Strength of Materials Class : S. relationships between rate of loading. moments of inertia about Principal axes. involving lateral loads. Principal stresses in shafts subjected to torsion. concept of equivalent torsional and bending moments. 10 5 . 8 Deflection of beams Deflection of cantilevers. simple problems involving application of flexure formula. bending and axial thrust. open cross sections. Strain. Principal planes and Principal stresses. shear force and bending moment. Shear stress and force in beams of thin walled. transfer theorem. moment of resistance of a section. shear force and bending moment diagrams for statically determinate beams including beams with internal for different types of loading. shear connectors. product of inertia and polar moment of inertia of plane area. problems on chimneys. composite sections. shear stress. determination using Mohr’s circle. section modulus. stresses in shaft when transmitting power. 7 Principal stresses General equations for transformation of stress. 5 Simple theory of torsion Torsion of circular shafts – solid and hollow. moment of inertia. tee. 9 Strain energy Strain energy due to axial force and bending moment. channel and I sections. simply supported and overhanging beams using double integration and Macaulay’s methods for different types of loadings. stresses. 6 Bending moment combined with axial loads Application to member’s subjected to eccentric loads. flitched beams. Bars of varying sections. close coiled helical springs under axial load. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 5 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Shear Force and bending moment Axial force. E. 4 Shear stress in beams Distribution of shear stress across plane sections used commonly for structural purposes. shear center of thin walled sections such as angle. factor of safety. retaining walls etc. Modulus of Rigidity. maximum shear stress. Bulk Modulus. Principal axes of inertia. Principal stresses in beams.

brass • Torsion test on mild steel bar/cast iron bar. • Assignments consisting of minimum ten numerical problems the syllabus. • Brinell hardness test. cast irons. • Flexual test on beam (central point load) (plotting of load deflection curve and finding value of E) • Flexual test on beam (two point load) (plotting of load deflection curve and finding value of E) Term Work : Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Practicals : • Tension text on mild steel bars ( stress – strain behavior. The distribution of term work marks will be as follows: Report on experiments conducted and assignments : 15 Marks Written Test : 10 Marks 6 . • Rockwell hardness test • Izod impact test/Charpy test. Young’s modulus determination) • Tests on tor steel bar (tension. The term work shall comprise of : • Report on experiments conducted. • Graded answer paper of written test. tension) • Shear test on mild steel. bend * rebend) • Tests on cast iron (transverse.

materials for stair case construction 6 Excavation and foundations • Excavation in soils and rocks. • Fire-fighting-fire hazards. batching and mixing. materials and types. • Precast concrete – advantages. fixtures • Grill work – material used. suitability and economic aspects of each type. painting 3 Doors and windows • Types. materials used. strip. waste water and soil water system. 7 Concrete Construction • Case-in-situ concrete – types of mixes.. accessories. manufacturing of concrete blocks • Suitability and economic aspects of each type of masonry. curing. • Masonry finishes – pointing types. construction requirements. suitability • Roofs – materials used. layout • Acoustics and sound insulation – characteristics of sound. floors finishes. scaffolding. fire extinguishers. hot water supply 9 Damp proofing and water proofing * Materials and methods 7 . centering and staging. drainage system. shoring and strutting. 8 Building Services • Air-conditioning – systems of heating. roof drainage 5 Staircase * Types. wooden and steel trustees. fire alarm systems. types. suitability. brick masonry and concrete block masonry. manufacture 4 Floors and roofs • Floors – types of floors. traps. fire loads. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : Tutorials : 2 Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Introduction • Types of structures – Framed. plastering. placing concrete in hot and cold climate. acoustical materials. air conditioning. and raft. • Formwork – design of simple form work. load bearing and composite. continuous. transpiration and placing. resisting materials. manufacture of doors and windows. precautions for preventing fires. layout.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Building Construction Class : S. sanitary. slip form shuttering. placing concrete under water. • Plumbing sanitary drainage – requirements and basics of design. ventilation. materials for formwork. acoustical defects – acoustical design. dewatering • Simple foundations like isolated. size and location. manufacturing – storage – curing and erection methods for precast components. reflection and absorption coefficients. water supply system. tests on concrete. E. roof coverings. 2 Masonry Construction • Classification and bonding in stone masonry. fittings. design considerations. • Lifts – passenger handling capacity.

on a visit to building construction site.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Term Work : Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the item. • A report including sketches. • Sketches : 05 Marks • Assignments and site visit report : 10 marks • Written Test : 10 Marks 8 . • At least 10 assignments covering the syllabus. • Graded answer paper of written test. The term work shall comprise of : • At least 20 sketches covering entire syllabus. The distribution of term work marks will be as follows.

tension • Titles : transverse test. compressive strength. heat insulating and sound proofing 10 plastics. wall facing. Glass types and users 7 Metals and metal alloys : products made of ferrous and nonferrous metals. requirements of building materials and products : functional. sanitary ware. water proofing and sealing resins. sanitary ware and pipes. E. stone 4 aggregates. mechanical. common clay bricks. compression. hydraulic lime. lime. reliability. defects in timber. constitutes and uses 11 Composites. preservative treatments. preservative treatments. Paints and varishes. floor covering. classification. quarrying. types and uses. 6 face bricks and tiles. paving bricks. • At least five assignments performed. gypsum-concrete products.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Construction Materials and Testing Class : S. water absorption test Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. Macmillan • Architectural Materials Science D Anapetor Mir Publishers 9 . Aluminum alloys. laminate and sandwich. The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. 3 Stone types and properties. compatibility. roofing tiles. 9 mortars and concrete. initial & final setting time. Study of properties of materials : physical. soundness • Bricks : Water absorption. classification of composites matrix. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus Classification of materials. variety of composite materials and 12 their uses. and economic characteristics. milling and surface finishing. chemical. asbestos cement and its products. raw materials and manufacturing processes. types. Bitumen. compressive strength • Wood : Tension. cement. Tata McGraw Hill • Civil Engineering Materials. tars and asphalts properties and users 5 Structural clay products. 8 anti corrosive treatments Materials and products based on mineral binders. Practicals : Following tests to be performed as per relevant IS standards : • Cement : Consistency. Synthetic polymers resins based materials. plaster of pairs. biological. ceramic tiles. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted and assignments : 15 marks • Written test : : 10 Marks Recommended Books • Materials of Construction D N Ghose. aesthetical and 1 economic. wood composites. gypsum. Wood verities and uses. aesthetical and other complex 2 properties like durability.

Buoyancy and flotation : Metacentre. compressible. laminar turbulent. pressure variation in fluids at rest. 4 Fluid Kinematics : Types of flow-one. capillary action. triangular. metacentric height.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Fluid Mechanics Class : S. small and large orifice. convergent. viscosity. nozzle meter. irrotational flows. pitot tube. vorticity. 2 Fluid Static : Pascal’s law. Borda’s mouthpieces Notches and weirs : rectangular. basic concept applicable to fluid mechanics. unsteady. types of fluids. non-uniform. measurement of pressures. incompressible. E. equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies. uniform. gauge pressure. specific gravity. vapour pressure. end contractions. rotameter. compressibility. atmospheric. Mouthpieces : External. 7 Compressible Flow : Basic equations of flow (elementary study). continuity equation. Hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surface. Cipolleti weirs. area-velocity relationship. rotational. 5 Fluid Dynamics : Euler’s equation. absolute. weight density. Mach number. bulk modulus. surface tension. 10 . orifice meter. time of emptying a tank through orifice. Orifice : hydraulic coefficient. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : III Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Properties of Fluids : Mass density. liquid containers subjected to constant horizontal and vertical acceleration. stagnation properties. two and three-dimensional flows. Bernoulli’s equation. steady. 6 Flow measuring Devices : Venturi meter. Mach cone. velocity of approach. 3 Liquids in Relative Equilibrium : Uniform linear acceleration. specific volume. constant rotation with vertical axis.

Khanna Pub. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted : 10 marks • Assignment : 05 marks • Written test : : 10 Marks Recommended Book • Hydraulic and fluid Mechanics Dr P M Modi and Dr S M Seth. • Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem • Calibration of orifices. • Calibration of weirs. 1993 • Fluid Mechanics and Fluid pressure Engineering D S Kuma. • At least five assignments performed. K. 1991 • Theory and Application of fluid Mechanics. subramanya. F K Kateria & sons 11 . The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. • Calibration of Orifice meter. Tata McGraw Hill 1993 • Fluid Mechanics Dr A K Jain. • Calibration of Venturi meter. • Calibration of mouthpieces. • Calibration of notches.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Practicals : List of experiments (at least 6 to be conducted) • Determination of met centric height. Standard Book House. • Calibration of Nozzle meter Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term.

probability. Schaum’s Series • Nuerical Methods for Engineers. differences of polynomials 2.1 Review of tabular & graphical representation of sample data. bisection method. 2. bisection. E. Kapur & Sexsena • Statistics. acceptance sampling chi-square test for goodness of fit.4 Interpolation : linear & quadratic interpolation. tests concerning means & standard deviations. standard error of mean central limit theorem. sampling distributions. Euler method. 1. testing of hypotheses – 1 test & F test. sample designs. Sterling & Bessel’s interpolation formulas. 1.3 Finite differences of first and higher order. backward. linear regression. coefficient interval.3 Continuous random variables and their distribution :Normal distribution 1.7 Correlation : coefficient of correlation. difference tables. Gauss – Jordan method. 2. rank correlation 1. S K Gupta 12 .8 Regression analysis : curve fitting. measures of central tendency and measure of variation. Taylor’s operator – D.5 Estimation of parameters : Point estimation interval estimation. rank-sum tests : mann-Whiteney test and Krushal Wallis test 1.2 Solutions to systems of linear algebraic equations : Gauss elimination. GaussSeidel iteration. Recommended Book • Mathematical Statistics. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : 0 Tutorials : Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 100 Detailed Syllabus 1 Statistics applied to Civil Engineering 1. forward. 1.5 Numerical integration : rectangular & trapezoidal rule. Runga Kutta method.4 Random sampling.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Applied Statistics and Numerical Methods Class : S.6 Nonparametric methods : one sample & two sample sign tests. 2. Poisson & hydra geometric distributions. Newton’s forward & backward difference interpolation formulas. 2 Numerical methods applied to civil engineering 2. Langrangian interpolation. Simpson’s rule 2. method of least squares. averaging operator. shift operator – E.1 Review of solutions of transcendental & algebraic equations : Newton – Raphson method.2 Discrete random variables and their distributions : Binomial. 1. central and divided differences.6 Differential equations : Taylor’s series method. Jacobi iteration.

setting out of foundation plan for load bearing and framed structure. corrections for field observations. geometry and types. concept of total station • Introduction to laser beam theory • Use of computer in survey work for level computation and plotting contour plan • Introduction of GPS Precision Leveling • Precise level and leveling staff. two theodolite and Rankine deflection angle methds. transfer of levels to underground work • Project / route survey for bridge. necessity of curves and types of curves. • Electronic digital theodolite – types. uses and application. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 3 Tutorials : Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus Curves • Identifications of different terms. principles. 13 .CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Surveying II Class : S. slope and grade stakes. error and accuracy in tachometry survey work • Application in plane table and curve setting Setting out works • General horizontal and vertical control. application in surveying . setting out with theodolite. different methods of tachometer. stadia formula. location details by tachometer. E. general principles used in the instruments • Auto levels. field notes Tachometric Surveying • Principles and uses advantages. • Simple circular curves and compound curves. setting out of curve by angular method. • Angular methods for setting our of curves. design of transition curves. substance bar method. composite curve problems. their properties and their advantages. dam and canal • Checking vertically of high rise structures.. batter board. • Vertical Curves – definitions . self compensating instrument • Electronic distance measurements – types. • Reverse and transition curves. difficulties in setting out curves and solutions for the same. use of laser for works • Setting out center line for tunnel. linear methods of setting out of curves. field procedure for precise leveling. stadia diagram and tables. Modern surveying instruments : • Electronics on surveying. spiral angle. office and field work. shift. tangent correction and chord gradiant methods. culvert. • Setting out of sewer line. sight distance on a vertical curve. • Composite curves – office and field work.

The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. N N Basak. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted : 10 marks • Assignments : 05 Marks • Written test : : 10 Marks Recommended Books • Surveying and Leveling. Pune Vidyarthi Griha. vol – 1 &II. • At least five assignments performed. Pune • Surveying and Leveling .CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Practicals : • To set out circular curves by linear and angular methods • Setting out a composite curve by angular method • To find the constants of a tachometer and to verify field distances • Height and distance problems in tachometric surveying • Use of theodolite for one lane and two plane methods • Study of modern surveying instruments • Setting out a simple foundation plan in the field Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. Tata McGraw Hill • Surveying R Agor. Kanetkar & Kulkarni. Khanna Publishers 14 .

• At least five assignments performed.s and Rankine’s design formulae. The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. Suspension bridges : simple suspension cable. Struts : Struts subjected to axial loads. General theorems : theorem. shear force and bending moment at any section of the stiffening girder. catenary. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 5 Practicals : Tutorials : 2 Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus Axial Force. 5 overhanging beam and pin joined trusses. influence lines for normal thrust. absolute maximum bending moment. shape of the cavle horizontal and maximum tensions in the 7 cable supported at same/different levers. Castilian’s theorem. anchor cable. Elastic arches : determination of normal thrust. concept of buckling. simply supported beam. shear force and bending moment for three hinged parabolic arch. Struts subjected to eccentric and lateral loads. Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. deflection of determinate pin joined trusses and rigid joined frames by principle of virtual work (unit load method) and Castigator’s theorem. shear force and bending moment diagrams for 1 statically determinate traps with and without inertial hinges. criteria for maximum shear force and bending moment under moving loads for simply supported beams. relating to elastic structures principle of virtual work. suspension cable with three hinged stiffening girder. shear force and bending moment for parabolic and 6 segmental three hinged arches. Deflection of statically determinate structures : deflection of determinate beams by common area and 4 conjugate beam method principle of virtual work and Castigator’s theorem. bending 3 of unsymmetrical sections. E. shear force and bending moment : axial force. strain energy in elastic 2 structures. Euler’s formula for strut with different support 8 conditions. Betti’s and Maxwell’s reciprocal theorems. Influence lines for statically determinate structures : influence lines for cantilever.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Surveying Analysis II Class : S. three braced arches. Unsymmetrical bending : Flexural stresses due to bending in two planes for symmetrical sections. Euler. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Assignments : 15 marks • Written test : : 10 Marks 15 . influence line diagrams for horizontal tension in the cable. complementary energy. maximum bending moment and shear envelope curves for simply supported beams with two points loads. struts with initial curvature.

textures. study of weathering & significance in practical & engineering properties of rocks like strength & water tightness. true elastic. chemically formed and organically formed deposits. products of volcanoes • Earthquakes – earthquakes waves. classification of secondary rocks. current bedding etc. inclined drill holes. 2 General geology • Internal structure of the earth & use of seismic in understanding the interior • Agents modifying the earth surface. Petrology • Study of igneous. strike. bedding. types. durability etc. structures etc. • Geological action of river. textures. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Introduction • Branches of geology to civil engineering. classification. importance of geological studies in various civil engineering projects. • Methods of surface & sub-surface investigations – trail pits. physical properties of minerals. agents and types of metamorphism. • Igneous petrology – mode of formation. residual deposits. geological time scale. characteristics of shallow water deposits like lamination. trenches. structures & textures in metamorphic rocks. drill holes. physiographic divisions of India-study of formation occurring in peninsular India. • Sedimentary petrology – mode of formation. rock cleavage. sedimentary and metamorphic rocks to indemnify them in field. rock formatting minerals. sedimentary rocks. Geological investigations • Preliminary geological investigations & their importance to achieve safety & economy of the projects. • Volcanism central type & fissure type.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Engineering Geology Class : S. study of common igneous rocks. resistively methods & seismic methods • Use of aerial photographs and satellite imageries in civil engineering projects 3 4 5 6 7 16 . physiographic divisions of India-study of formations occurring in peninsular India Stratigraphy * Principle of stratigraphy & co-relation. metamorphic minerals. Mineralogy * Methods of mineral identification. construction and working of seismographs earthquake zones of India • Geological aspects earthquake resistant structures. supporting case histories of dams and tunnel projects in Maharashtra state. study of common are minerals as prescribed under Practicals. megascopic identification of common primary & secondary minerals. erosion. geological logging. transport & depositional landforms created by them. geological time scale. Hatch scheme of classification. commonly occurring sedimentary rocks • Metamorphic petrology – mode of formation . wind & glaciers. commonly occurring metamorphic rocks Structural geology • Structural elements of rocks-dip. E. distinguishing properties between igneous.

Granite and its varieties. Plagioclase. Phyllite. Mica. springs. Augite. Chromite Tale etc • Identification of rocks – Igneous. significance of faults. • Tunneling to various types of rocks under various geological and structural conditions. Pegmatite. consideration of common rocks as building stones. crushed zone. geological factors controlling location of quarries. geology of percolation tank Geology of dam and reservoir site * Importance of geological conditions while selecting the type of dam. RQD.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS 8 9 10 11 12 Ground water • Sources & zones. ideal geological conditions for dam and reservoir site favorable & unfavorable conditions in different types of rocks in presence of various structural features. Slate. study of different building stones from various formation in Indian peninsula. Stability of Hill slopes Land slides. Dr Kesavalu 17 . Dr R B Gupte • A text book of Engineering General Geology. Shales. difficulties during tunneling and methods to overcome the difficulties. dykes & fractures on the dam site and treatment giving to such structures. • Factors controlling water bearing capacity of rocks. causes and preventive measures for landsides Building stories • Requirements of good building stone. Basalt and its varities. Hornblede. Laterite. geological factors controlling properties of good building stones. Tunneling • Important of geological considerations while choosing sites and alignment of the tunnel • Ideal site conditions for tunneling geological conditions to be avoided. • At least five assignments performed. silica & their varieties. Prophry. Orthoclase. water table. previous & impervious rocks. core logging • At least one engineering problem based on field data collected during site inverstigations Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. peculations to be taken to contract unsuitable conditions. crypto-crystalline and amorphous. Trachtyie. Marble 7 quartzite etc • Structural geological maps (at least eight) • Study of core samples. Mellolite. their types. folds. come of depression & its use in civil engineering • Methods of artificial recharge of groundwater. Limestone. Asbestos. Rhyolite. tail channel erosion. Dionite. unconfined & perched. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted & Assignments : 15 marks • Written test : : 10 Marks Recommended Books • A text book of Engineering Geology. Biotite. Dolerite. Pumine. Gabbro. Practicals : • Study of physical properties of the minerals • Identification of minerals – crystalline. Microline. Parbin Singh • A Text Book of Engineering Geology. quarrying methods and quarrying operations. percentage recovery. Chalcopyrite. Synite.

staircases. doors and windows. Tata McGraw Hill. E. for one of the two structures designed as mentioned above. relevant knowledge of building bylaws. floors. door and window schedule.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Building Design and Drawing I Class : S. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 1 Practicals : 3 Tutorials : Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus 1 • Planning and preparing of working drawings of residential structures of all types of such as bunglows. duple. • One A1 size drawing sheet. Including section. roofs – flat and pitched. section. ground floor plan. other shall be designed as RCC framed structure having ground plus one floor) • Two A1 size drawing sheets. first floor plan. drawn independently for the two structures designed as mentioned above. Delhi • Civil Engineering Drawing. C. typical door and window details. stair and its section. M C kale S Y patki. and any other specific detail. code of practice for architectural drawings as per IS 962 and related causes of local D. foundation plan and its section. elevation. columns. apartments house etc – principles of planning. The term work shall comprise of : • Report on planning an design of two residential buildings ( one designed as load bearing structure having ground plus one floor with pitched roof. code of principles items. Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. rules 2 • Preparation of constructional details and drawings of foundations. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on planning & design of buildings : 05 marks • Drawings : : 10 marks • Written test : 10 Marks Recommended Books • Building Drawing. row houses. M Char borty 18 . showing following details to scale as per standard practice : roof plan and its section. beams and slabs as per current practice. showing following details drawn to scale as per standard practice : site plan.

V-B test. rapid hardening Portland cement. 6 Concrete for repairs and rehabilitation of structures : polymer concrete. road note method and British 3 method. Admixtures : Plasticizers. workability. low heat Portland cement and sulphate resisting Portland cement as per relevant I. compaction factor. light weight concrete. • Modulus of rupture of concrete. mix design of RMC. hydrophobic cement. • Mix design in laboratory • Non destructive testing of concrete – some applications (hammer. effect of w/c ratio. chemistry and 5 compatibility with concrete. various tests and application of high 4 performance concrete. core test and relevant provision of 8 I. ultrasonic) • Secant modulus of elasticity of concrete & indirect tensile test on concrete. flow table) • Effect of w/c ratio on strength of concrete. acceptability criteria. ultrasonic of steel. different tests. accelerators and other admixtures. high density concrete. ordinary Portland cement. • Permeability test on concrete. Ready mix concrete : requirements of ready mix concrete. E. Non-Destructive testing of concrete – hammer test. physical properties of 33 grade. laboratory testing of fresh and hardened concrete. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : IV Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus Properties of agreements : Properties of coarse and five agreements and their influence on concrete. concreting under – water strength. 43 Grade. methods. codes. fiber reinforced concrete. Concrete mix design : mix design for compressive strength by I. • Tests on polymer modified mortar / concrete • Tests on fiber-reinforced concrete 19 . Portland pozzolana cement. polymer modified cement concrete and ferro cement. • Study of admixtures & their effect on workability and strength of concrete. polymer 7 impregnated concrete. 53 Grade.S. transit mixer details. types of 1 cement and their use. test on admixtures. retarders.S. 2 durability and strength requirements. codes Grades of concrete : concrete for ordinary work. Practicals : List of experiments (at least 6 to be conducted) • Study of properties of fine and coarse aggregates • Physical properties of cement • Effect of w/c ratio workability (slump cone. S.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Concrete Technology Class : S. mix design for flexural strength. High performance concrete : constituents of high grade concrete.

CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Term Work Each student has to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. The term work shall comprise of : • Report of the experiments performed. • Special Publication of ACI on polymer concrete and FRC. • Properties of concrete. • Graded answer of term work marks will be as follows : The distribution of term work marks will be as follows : • Report on experiments conducted & Assignments : 15 marks • Written test : : 10 Marks Recommended Books • Plane & reinforced concrete. Vol I O P Jain & Jaikrishna • Concrete technology. • Relevant I S codes. • Proceedings of International Conferences on Polymer Concrete and ERC. Society & Pub. • At least five assignments performed. 20 . M S Shetty. Neville El. theory and practice.

1 Duration of theory paper (hours) 3 4 3 3 3 - Marks Theory paper 100 100 100 100 100 500 Term work 25 25 25 25 25 50 175 Practical Oral 25 25 25 25 25 50 175 Total 150 150 150 150 150 150 850 21 . II * 5 Environmental 4 Engg. I * 6 Site Visits II Total 19 * Common to Construction Engineering.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION (R-2001) THIRD YEAR ENGINEERING : (Civil Engineering) Semester V Subject No of periods per week (60 minute each) Lecturer Practical Tutorial 2 3 2 3 10 2 2 4 Duration of theory paper (hours) 3 3 4 3 3 3 Marks Theory paper 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 Term work 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 175 Practical Oral 25 25 Total 50 125 125 125 125 125 125 800 Presentation & 2 Communication Techniques $ 2 Structural 4 Analysis II* 3 Soil Mechanics * 4 4 Building Design 1 & Drawing II * 5 Applied 3 Hydraulics I 6 Transportation 3 Engineering I * 7 Entrepreneurship 3 and Managements 8 Site visits 1 Total 20 * Common to Construction Engineering. Semester VI Subject 1 No of periods per week (60 minute each) Lecturer Practical Tutorial 2 2 2 2 3 11 3 3 Foundation 3 Engineering * 2 Design & 5 Drawing of Steel structures 3 Applied 3 Hydraulics II 4 Transportation 4 Engg.

Technical Writing and professional Comm. Technical paper-writing iii. The written report should not exceed 20 printed pages. Team-building. External communications. Report writing and presentation. Download. types of reports. ii. formats (letter. E. Thomos Learning Heta Murphy. Effective Business Communication. documentation (notice. Grapevine. Qualities of reports. internet. Leadership.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Presentation & Communication Techniques Class : T. solutions). observation sessions and role-play techniques to be used to demonstrate interview strategies. 4 Interview Techniques Preparing for job interviews. Time-management. Problems. Horizontal. Topics to be assigned to a group of 8-10 students. patents) 2 Advanced technical writing i. Tata McGraw Hill Huckin & Olsen. Motivation. methods of compiling data. agenda. McGraw Hill Wallance & Masters. A computer-aided presentation of a technical project report based on a survey-based or reference based topic. project reports). Introduction to modern communication techniques (E-mail. Definition and importance of reports. video-conferencing. memo. Negotiating and conflict-resolution. McGraw Hill Lesikar and Petit. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 2 Practicals : Tutorials : 2 Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 25 50 Detailed Syllabus 1 Communication in a business organization Internal (upward. Writing proposals 3 Interpersonal Skills Introduction to emotional intelligence. 5 Group discussion Dynamics of Group Behavior. Organizational Behaviour. McGraw Hill 22 . Techniques for effective participation. Strategies for conducting successful business meetings. etc) Legal and ethical issues in communication (Intellectual and property rights. Report Writing for Business. Decision making. Assertiveness. minutes) of meetings. language and style in reports. Personal developments for Life & work. verbal and non-verbal communication during interviews. Term Work : Assignments : 2 assignments of communication topics 3 assignments on Report-writing 3 assignments on Interpersonal Skills 1 class test Distribution of term work marks will be as follows Assignments Written Test : 15 marks : 10 marks Distribution of oral marks will be as follows : Project report presentation : 15 Marks Group discussion : 10 marks Book recommended : Fred Luthans.

Pandit & Gupta. temperature changes and settlement of supports. Tata McGraw Hill 3. At least ten of these problems to be validated by using available computer software. 2 Deflection of Statically Determinate Structures : Review of general theorems based on virtual work and energy methods. Distribution of term work will be as follows : Assignments : 15 Marks Written Test : 10 Marks Text Books 1. applications of the above methods to indeterminate beam and simple rigid joined frames. absolute and relative deflections caused by loads. Castilian’s theorem of least work. application of above methods to propped cantilevers. II junnarkar S B Charotar Publishers 23 . (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : Tutorials : 2 Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 General : Types of structures occurring in practice and their classifications. simple pin joined frames including effect of lack of members. simple rigid jointed frames and two-hinged arches 4 Analysis of Indeterminate Structures by Stiffness Method : Stiffness coefficient for prismatic members and their use of formulation of equilibrium equation. Fixed beams continuous beams. Basic structural Analysis. Structural Mechanics Vol. At least 20 (twenty) solved problems based on the above syllabus and the graded answer paper of term test shall be submitted as term work. distinction between linear and non linear behavior material and geometric non-industry. direct stiffness method slope deflection method. statically and kinematical determinacy and indeterminacy of structures. Stable and unstable Structures. Reddy C S.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Structural Analysis II Class : T. Pin joined frames and rigid joined frames 3 Analysis of Indeterminate Structures by Flexibility Method : Flexibility coefficients and their use in formulation of computability equations. E. Matrix method in Structural Analysis. Tata McGraw Hill 2. introduction to the concept of complimentary energy. rigid jointed frames with inclined member but having only translational DOF in addition to rotational DOF’s including the effect of settlement of supports 5 Term Work Each student is to appear for at least one written test during the term. moment distribution method. application to determinate beams. symmetric structure Symmetrical and anti symmetrical loads.

liquidity and consistency indices. geotechnical engineering. 7. initial primary & secondary consolidation. characteristics of flow nets. flow & toughness indices.2 Determination of coefficient of permeability. core cutter method.2 Definition moisture content. unified soil classification. Plastic limit. saturation-moisture content. pumping-out test. 5 Permeability of Soil : 5. shrinkage limit. graphical method to plot flow nets. sand bath method.1 Moisture content by oven dry method.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Soil Mechanics Class : T. effective stress in soils saturated by capability action seepage pressure. 5.3 Unit weight by water displacement method.2 . validity of Darcy’s law. submerged weight method. 5.4. 8 Compaction of Soil : 8. Basic definitions.1 Soil as three-phase system in terms of weight. determination of optimum moisture content and maximum dry density.2 Specific gravity by density bottle method. general characteristics of soil in different gropus. falling head method.3. spring analogy for primary consolidation test results. 2.2. textural classification.4.2 Determination of liquid limit.3. and porosity. factors affecting permeability of soil. E. laboratory. 6 Seepage Analysis : Introduction stream and potential functions. 2. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Introduction : 1. 4.2 Compaction in field compaction specifications and field control. 3.2 Fluctuations of effective stress. definitions of activity and sensitivity. plasticity.4. effect of water table. 7 Effective Stress Principle : 7. degree of saturation. Indian standard soil classification system. 8. moisture content-specific gravity etc. torsional balance method radioactivity method. 5. 3. voids ratio. rock mechanics.3 Relationship between volume – weight. measuring flask method.1 Laboratory method : constant head method. Consistency limits-liquid limit. porosity specific gravity mass specific gravity etc. 3 Plasticity Characteristics of Soil : 3. 2. soil engineering.3 Permeability aspects : permeability of stratified soils.2 Identification : field identification of soils.3 Use of consistency limits.4 Determination of various parameters such as : 2. soil mechanics.1. quick stand condition. 1. pycnometer. 2. sands replacements method. Comparison between soil and rock 2 Basic Definitions and Relationships : 2.1 Introduction theory of compaction. Terzaghi’s theory of consolidation. void ratio-moisture content. Darcy’s law.1 Introduction to definitions of plasticity of soil. 9 Consolidation of Soil : Introduction comparison between compaction and consolidation. pycnometer method. unit weights.1 Introduction of soil classification : particle size classification. Scope of soil engineering 1. 24 . void ratio. 4 Classification of Soils : 4. 2. Definitions soils.2 Field method : pumping-in test. plastic limit and shrinkage limit. unit weight-percent air voids.1 Introduction effective stress principle. volume. nature of effective stress.1 Introduction to hydraulic head. 5.

4. Report on experiments performed as detailed above. New Age International 5. • Consistency limits by Shrinkage limit. merits of direct shear test. Shear Strength : Principle planes parallel to the coordinate axes. test behavior of UU. by C Venktatramaiah. CU and CD tests. Standard Publication and Distributors. Stability of Slopes : Introduction different factors of safety. • Compaction test: Modified Protector Test. • Natural moisture content using Oven Drying method. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows. Mohr-Coloumb theory. Standard publishers and Distributors New Delhi. Geophysical methods. • Permeability test using Constant Head test method. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg by V N S Murthy. in Theory and Practice by Alam Singh. Relation between major and minor Principal stresses. New Delhi. Term Work : Each students is to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. C++) and the graded answer paper for the term test shall be submitted as term work. types of shear test direct shear test. • Consistency limits by Liquid limit. methods of investigation. Secondary consolidation. unconfined compression test vane shear test. soil samplers and sampling. assignments including 10 problems based on the above syllabus (perfectly 2 problems on each topic. Soil Exploration : Introduction. consolidation settlement : one-dimensional method. • Specific gravity of Soil grains. • Field Density using Sand replacement method. Saitech Publications. • Relative density. Soil Engg. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by B C Punima. borehole logs. Report of the experiments performed – 10 marks Assignments – 05 marks Written test – 05 marks Text Books : 1. 3. penetrometer tests. tri-axial compression tests. 2. stability numbers and charts. important characteristics of Mohr’s circle. by K R Arora. at least 2-3 problems using computer software program written in C. • Compaction test using Falling Head method. • Consistency limits by Plastic limit. Laxmi Publications. Friction circle method. Geotechnical Engg. number and deposition of trail pits and borings. Friction circle method.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS final settlement of soil deposits. Practicals : List of terms (at least ten to be performed) • Field Density using Core Cutter method. methods of boring. • Permeability test: Standard Proctor test. wedge failure Swedish circle. 10 11 12 25 . types of slope failure analysis of finite and infinite slopes. • Grain size distribution by Sieve Analysis. Mohr’s circle. method.

Planning & Designing • M Chakraborty. 26 . plot area. Building Drawing. Other building shall be load bearing single stories structure in ruler area to be constructed using locally available materials. Tata McGraw Hill • Sane Y S. libraries. typical section. Buildings for entertainment : theaters. v. planning are recommended by National Building Organizations. master plan. layout plan with drainage. dispensaries. slums. One building shall be having RCC framed structure and shall have ground plus at least one upper floor. The drawings should include following details : floor plans. boarding houses. zoning. sport clubs. roof plan. Building Design and Drawing. brief description of planned items of construction. foundation plan. 6 Term Works : Term work shall consist of at least A1 size drawing sheets giving details of minimum two different types of public buildings. club houses. lines. Kale & Patki.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Building Design & Drawing II Class : T. colleges. Architectural planning. ii. concept of built environment & its application in planning. green belt. health centers. 2 Perspective drawing : one point & Two points perspective. massing & composition. road systems. FSI statement. Building for education : schools. 5 Use of computers in building planning and designing. Buildings for health : hospitals. maternity homes. The drawing should accompany a report with following details : description of site. finer points in architectural planning. iii. iv. institutions. cinema halls. 3 Principles of modular planning. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 1 Practicals : Tutorials : 3 Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus Planning & design of public buildings such as : 1 i. E. elevation. sanatoriums. site plan. Recommended Books : • Shah. 4 Town planning : objectives and principles. and any other typical details. hotels. Hotels. rest houses. Industrial Structure. The report should also include at least two A1 size sheets with sketches giving details of some elements of the planned buildings drawn with the help of available Computer aided design and drafting software.

moment of momentum equation. intensifier. 5 Impact of jets and jet propulsion : Jet striking stationary. Performance of Franics Wheel 9. stationary and moving. applications : Force on plates. Dimensionless groups. Buckingham’s theormo. Impact of jets 6. specific speed. 4 Flow Through Pipes : Loss of head through pipes. cavitations 8 Hydraulics machinery : Hydraulic ram. Critical velocity. annulus. flow through laterals.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Applied Hydraulic I Class : T. Darcy – Wiesbatch equation. specific speed. equivalent pipes. Governing of turbines. heads and efficiencies. Cavitation. heads and efficiencies of turbine. E. characteristics curves. Model studies. characteristics curves. Laminar flow through pipes 4. Pipes in series. nozzles. Hydraulics ram 27 . pipe in parallel. priming. power transmission through pipes. hinged flat plates. Unit quantities. moving. siphon. multistage pumps. parallel plates. Friction loss through pipes 3. Francis and Kaplan turbine. inclined and perpendicular flat plates. Draft tube theory. Rayleigh’s Method. series of curved vanes. 6 Turbines : General layout of hydro-electric power plant. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Dynamic of Fluid Flow : Momentum principle. 7 Centrifugal pumps : Work done. Flow in dead end pipes. Performance of centrifugal pumps 7. curved vane. total energy equation. pipe bends. classification pelton wheel. Distorted & undistorted models. Hydraulic gradient line. model testing. Similitude. Reaction turbines. minor losses. press. 3 Laminar Flow Through Pipes : Reynolds experiment. impact on stationary. minimum speed series & parallel operation. accumulator. Minor losses 5. 2 Dimensional Analysis : Dimensional Homogeneity. crane & lift. Practicals : List of experiments (at least 6 to be performed) 1. Performance of Pelton Wheel 8. Reynold’s experiments 2. Steady laminar flow through : circular pipes.

Subramanya K. Khanna Publishers. Standard Book House 2. Report of the experiments performed – 15 marks Assignments – 05 marks Written test – 10 marks Recommended Text Books : 1.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Term Work : Each students is to appear for at least ONE written test during the term. Fluid Mechanics & Applied Hydrualics. Theory and applications of fluid mechanics.. assignments on each topic(including at least 2-3 problems using computer software program written in C. Modi P M and Seth S M Hydraulics and fluid mechanics. C++) and the graded answer paper for the term test shall be submitted as term work. Jain A K Fluid Mechanics. P R Mehta. Tata Mcgraw Hill 3. Report on experiments performed as detailed above. Fluid Mechanics and fluid pressure Engineering. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows. S K Ukrande U W Mate. F K Kateria and sons 5. 4. D S Kumar. Dr. Vipul Prakashan 28 .

methods of construction. widening of gauges on curves. Air traffic control : Air traffic control aids. design data. approach zones. Objectives of transportation system. landing aids. Airport Drainage : requirement of airport drainage. wear and creep of rails. taxiways and approach areas. Geometric design : Gradients. different types of modes. geometric design. 3. 6. material requirements. planning & co-ordination of different modes for Indian conditions. sleeper density. E. Apron : size of the gate position. aircraft hangers and parking. Enroute aids. Airport obstruction : Zoning laws. 7. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : Tutorials : Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus 1 Introduction : Role of transportation in society. airport capacity. special measures for high speed track. 4. interlocking of signals and points control of train movements. airport classification. 8. 5. aircraft parking system : Hanger : general planning considerations. and basic runway length. Sleepers-function and types. 29 . blast considerations.. turning zones. 6. Cross section of permanent way and track components. transition curves. 8. rail fasting. Terminal area and airport layout : Terminal area. factors affecting airport site selection.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Transportation Engineering I Class : T. number of gate position. wind rose diagrams. railway gauges and gauge problems. imaginary surfaces. air traffic characteristics and development of new airports. classification of obstruction. 2 Railway Engineering 1. 7. Aircraft characteristics and their influence on airport planning. surface drainage design. 2. Yards : details of different types of railway yards and their functions. planning of terminal building. Rails : coning of wheels and titling of rails. cant and can deficiency. Correction of runways length. 4. Point and crossing : Design of turnouts and description of track junctions. 5. maintaince of tracks and traffic operations. Airport planning : Topographical and geographical features. rail cross sections. Signaling and interlocking : classification of signals. 2. 3. Airport marking and lighting : marking and lighting of runways. Merits of rail transportation. Construction and maintaince of railway track. Airport layout : runway orientation. location of terminal buildings. 3 Airport Engineering : 1. subsurface drainage design. ballast functions and different ballast materials.

2. piers. wharves. planning & design of airports. New Delhi. Sachdeva Press. At least 10(ten) assignments based on above syllabus and the graded answer paper of term test shall be submitted as term work. 2. New Delhi 4. Nemchad Bros. types and construction dolphins. 4. Navigational aids : buoys and lighthouses etc. Airport planning & design. Dhanpat Rai and sons. Quinn A D. layout and handling equipment.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS 4 Water Transportation 1. Term Work Each student is to appear at least one written test during the term. Roorkee 3. Port facilities : docks. Indian Railway Track. R Shirinivasan. Dhanpat Rai and sons. harbour maintaince. A report of the visit shall also be submitted as part of the term work. At least one visit shall be organized to study the elements of various facilities mentioned in the syllabus. Khanna and Arora. entrance and channel requirement. Agrawal M M (1991). containers and container yard. Harbours : Selection of site. 3. 2. berthing facilities. Saxsena S C and Arora S P A course of railway engineering. general layout. Mayapuri. Harbour layout : harbour works. 5. Tata McGraw Hill Reference: 1. Rao G V Airport engineering. Design and construction of ports and marine structures. Bindra S P Docks & Harbour engineering. break waters. 30 . Harbour dock and tunnel engineering 6. ship characteristics and their influence on ports management and operations. jetties. transit sheds and warehouses. Distribution of term work will be as follows : Assignments : 10 marks Site visit report : 05 marks Written Test : 10 marks Recommended Books : 1. Horonjeff & Mcklerey.

technical. entrepreneurship : sources of supply and motivation Growth of entrepreneurs. compounding & discounting. basic functions of management. financial. socio-economic origins of entrepreneurship. technology. entrepreneurial culture. stages of project. entrepreneurial functions. Elton Mayo and Gibreth. finance for entrepreneurs : sources and types of finance. Principle of organization forms of organization : line line & staff functional and matrix. book keeping. preliminary screening. Project development cycle. project formulation. and 7 ledger preparation of income statement and balance sheet. factors affecting entrepreneurship. 31 . double entry system. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : Tutorials : Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 125 Detailed Syllabus Definitions of entrepreneurship. selection of types of organization. organizational. search for an idea. social ecological. payback period. Project appraisal : market. net present value. entrepreneurial imitative. cultural change.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Entrepreneurship and Management Class : T. environment for entrepreneurship. Management concept of management objectives. motivation. Project accounting : Generally accepted accounting principles. entrepreneurial skill. Profitability. barriers to entrepreneurship. E. sources and types of finance. break-even analysis. The entrepreneurial culture 2 Aspects of entrepreneurship. Classification and types of entrepreneurship 3 Classification depending on type of business. economic. Project development 5 Project. ownership types : sole proprietorship. steps for starting a small scale industry. Present scenario of Indian industry and entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurial traits and motivation. break-even analysis. public limited comp. growth. private company. brief description of contributions by Fredrick Taylor. sm industries related to civil engineering. social cost-benefit analysis. project identification. stages of development. 4 Creation of a dream. culture. SWOT analysis. characteristics of 1 entrepreneurial an ideal entrepreneur. Henry Fayol. elements of culture. business culture and culture of society. Tools of analysis : time-value of money. concept of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship. government polities promoting entrepreneur 6 institutions in aid of entrepreneurs. emergence of 8 management thought. characteristics of an entrepreneur qualities of an entrepreneurial. project report.

R Hisrich & M P peters. 32 .CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Term Work Each students is to appear for at least one written test during the term. Prasanna Chandra. Colombo plan staff college for technical Education. projects : preparation. Koontz. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Entrepreneurship Development. Management McGraw Hill 4. Tata McGraw Hill. budgeting & implementation. Entrepreneurrship. 3. Himalaya publishing House. appraisal. Tata McGraw Hill. At least 20 (ten) assignments and ten problems based on above syllabus and the graded answer paper of term test shall be submitted as term work : Distribution of term work will be as follows : Assignment :10 marks Problems : 05 marks Written Test : 10 marks Recommended Books : 1. 5. O’Donell & Weirich. Vasant Desai : Dynamics of entrepreneurial development & management.

Earth work for dam or transport project. flooring. The student shall prepare and submit detail report for every site visited during semester V and semester Vi at the time of Oral examination to be conducted at the end of semester VI the report should clearly indicate observations made during such visits supplemented with ample sketches / drawings. productivity of workmen. 33 . bar bending. leveling and lining) xi. And at least four of the following : i. hot weather concrete cold weather concrete / under water concrete) x. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : Practicals : 3 Tutorials : Semester : V Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : - Detailed Syllabus The students should visit at least six project sites in all during Semester V and VI taken together. rehabilitation works xii. Fabrication and accretion of pre-cast concrete elements. Mechanized canal construction (excavation. Mass concreting (roller compacted concrete. E. The sites should be selected in such a way that during various visits. Cassion foundations and piling. concreting of footings and columns.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Site Visits I Class : T. Tunneling by conventional method or by TBM iv. Ground improvement methods (Grouting / geosynthetics/reinforcement) iii. structural steel fabrication and erection ii. False ceiling air conditioning. concreting of slab. operation involved. equipment used etc. Repairs. Asphalt laying and concreting of roads. vi. Ready mix concrete plant and ready mix asphalt plant. ix. they should be able to observe/study. plastering. painting. vii. Pre-stressing The students are expected to observe method of work. viii. cladding. Most of the activities related to building construction like. v. plumbing. tools used quality checks. gang size. site layouts.

Vesic’s chart. 3. apparatus pressure diagrams. different types of earth pressure at res and passive pressure. Pile Capacity Based On Static Analysis. Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory : Rankine’s earth pressure theory. concept behind derivation of equation. Introduction To Pile Foundations. construction details. bearing capacity equation for square and circular footings. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : 2 Semester : VI Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus 1 Lateral Earth Pressure Theories : 1. Pranftl’s approach and Terzaghi’s approach. passive pressure by friction circle method for cohesinless and cohesive soils. Culmann’s graphical solutions for active soils. Plans for cohesion less and cohesive soils 3.In Situ. coulomb’s passive earth pressure. Plate load test in detail with reference to ISI 8888 and its applications and estimation of settlements. ditch condition and projection condition. 3 Bearing Capacity Of Shallow Foundation : 1. 2. Wedge Method. drainage and wall joints. stability analysis of retaining walls. expression for active pressure. Piles In Clay. Piles In Sand. general bearing capacity equation. 3. bearing capacity based on standard penetration Test. estimate of loads on struts. Introduction applications of earth pressure theories.Penetration Tests And Pile Load Test As Is-2911 Specifications. Concrete Bored Piles. settlement ratio. Allowable Bearing Pressure. Necessity Of Pile Foundation. ultimate bearing capacity in case of local shear failure. 2. 4. 2. Bearing capacity theories : Rankine’s approach. 4 Axially Loaded Pile Foundations : 1. performance of footings in different soils. E. Net And Safe Pressures. Classification Of Piles Construction Methods Of Bored Piles. settlement of pile group in sand and in clay as per IS 2911 and critical depth method 5 Underground Conduits : Classes of underground conduits. Rebhann’s Construction for Active Pressure. imperfect ditch conduit. 2 Earth Retaining Structures : Rigid and flexible retaining structures. Dynamic Methods And Their Limitations . Definitions Of Ultimate Bearing Capacity. 6 Open Cuts : Difference in open cuts and retaining walls. Pile groups ultimate capacity of groups. average apparent pressure diagrams for sand and stiff clay. active earth pressure and earth pressure for horizontal and inclined backfill including the direction of failure. load on a ditch conduit. factors influencing bearing capacity. Coulomb’s Wedge Theory : coulomb’s active pressure in cohesion less soils. Types Of Shallow Foundations Modes Of Failures. Gross. 34 . Negative Skin Friction.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Foundation Engineering Class : T. Driven Cast In Situ-Piles.

Unconditional Compression Strength Test. Application of the test performed to foundation problems should be demonstrated by solving at least two problems using data from the tests.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Practicals : List of terms 1. 3. assignments including 10 problems (including validation of at least 5 problems using available computer software0 based on the above syllabus and the graded answer paper for the term test shall submitted as term work. California Bearing ratio. Saitech Publications. Consolidation Test. Report on experiments performed as detailed above. Standard Publishers and Distributions. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by V N S Murthy. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by K R Arora. Soil Mechanics & foundation Engineering By B C Punnima. 2. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows L Report of the experiments performed : 15 Marks Written test : 10 Marks Text Books : 1. New Delhi. Laxmi Publications. 5. 4. Fo 35 . 2. Term Work Each student is to appear for at least one written test during the term. Direct Shear Test. Tri-axial Test (UU) 3.

2 Roofing System : Imposed loads on flat and sloping roofs and floors. Roofing system including details of supports. axially and eccentrically loaded joints. design of framed. supported on columns. design and detailing of connections and supports. wind bracing for roof system. wind load on sloping roofs and vertical cladding including effect of degree permeability and wind drag. beam to beam and beam to column connections. simple connection of bracket plates to columns. analysis of pin-joined trusses under various loading cases. Term Work : The term work shall consist of a design report and detailed drawings on two projects as indicated below : 1. design of lacing and battens. 3 Flooring System : Concept of floor system with secondary beams. Note : Relevant provisions of IS shall be referred in all above topics. Flooring system or plate girder including columns. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 5 Practicals : Tutorials : 3 Semester : VI Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus 1 Joints : Rivetted. design of web splices. design of built-up sections. The graded answer paper of term test shall be submitted as term work. unstiffened and stiffened seat connections. design of staffers. 2. 4 Welded Plate Girder : Proportioning and design of section and connections. design of simply supported beams using rolled steel sections.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Design and Drawing of Steel Structures Class : T. bolted and welded connections. Each student is to appear for at least one written test during the term. curtailment of flange plates. The drawings should be drawn in pencil only on a minimum of A-1(Imperial) size drawing sheets. design of slab and gusseted base. Some practice sessions to expose the students to available design software be also conducted. 5 Columns and Bases : Design of columns under axial loads using single or multiple rolled steel sections. main beams and columns. columns subjected to axial load and bending. computation of design forces in members. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows : Report of the experiments performed : 10 Marks Assignments : 05 Marks Written Test : 10 Marks 36 . E.

I C Sayal & Satinder singh Standard Publishers & Distributors. Structural Steel Work. Design of Steel Structures. Design of Steel Structures Arya & Ajmani New chand & Sons 5. 37 . Krishnamanchar B S & Ajitha Sinha D 4. Design of Steel structures. Reynolds T J Kent L E & Lazenby D W 10. Design of Steel Structures. Design of Steel Structures Vol I & II Ramchandran 6. 9. Design of Steel Structures Breslar. 11. Lin & Selzi.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Recommended Books 1. Design of Steel Structures Mac Ginely T. Relevent I S Codes. Negi I S Tata McGraw Hill 2. Design of Steel Structures. Design of Steel Structures Dayarathnam 7. Kazimi S M A & Jindal R S Prentine Hall of India 3. 8.

Gradually varied flow : Governing differential equation. resistance equation. Establishment of flow 8. Prandtl’s mixing length theory. Manning’s equation. branching of pipes. laminar and turbulent boundary layer separation and control examples. Calibration of Broad crested/ submerged weir 38 . streamlined and bluff bodies application. most economical section. 5 flow through open channel : 1. Flow measurement : Venturimeter. 3. applications. water hammer in pipes and control measures. lift characteristics of airfoils. Calibration of standing wave flume 6. Hydraulic jump 4. Velocity distribution in circular pipe 7. Study of gradually flow 3. Chezy’s . specific force. 2. E. instability. three-reservoir problem. applications. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 3 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : VI Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus 1 Turbulent flow through pipes : Causes of turbulence. 5. 3 Flow around submerged bodies : Drag and lift. Reynolds stresses. Specific energy. Calibration of venturimeter 5. universal velocity distribution equation. forces on submerged bodies. circulation lift and magnus effect.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Applied Hydraulic II Class : T. Steady uniform flow. 4 Analysis of pipe network : Hardly Cross method. Estimate of length of backwater draw down curves. 2 Boundary layer theory : Development of boundary over flat and curved surfaces. semi-empirical theories of turbulence. Rapidly varied flow : Hydraulic jump in rectangular channels. Practicals : List of experiments (at least 6 experiments to be performed) 1. mechanism of turbulence. flow profiles with examples. Studies in Wind Tunnel 10. Chazy’s roughness factor 2. specific discharge. Boundary Layer 9. Classification. 4. standing wave flume.

Subramanya K. Tata McGraw Hill 5. Fluid Mechanics Khanna Publishers. Vipul Prakashan 39 . assignments on each topic and the graded answer paper for the class test shall be submitted as term work. 4. K. Fluid Mechanics & Applied Hydraulics. Dr. Theory and application of fluid mechanics. P R Mehta S K Ukrande U W mate. Standard Book House 2. Subramanya K. Tata McGraw Hill 3.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Term Work Each student is to appear for at least one written test during the term. Theory and applications of fluid mechanics. Reports on experiments performed as detailed above. hydraulic and fluid mechanics. Modi P M and seth S M. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows : Report on the experiments performed : 15 marks Written test : 10 marks Recommended Book 1. Jain A..

salts thermal pollution. extended ecological regulation. tropic structure gross production to total community.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS Environmental Engineering I Class : T. piping system. green house effect. (Civil/ Construction) Period per week : Lecturer : 4 Practicals : 2 Tutorials : Semester : VI Evaluation System : Theory paper (3 Hours) Term work Practical Oral Total : : : : : 100 25 25 150 Detailed Syllabus 1 Environment Pollution : Definition different types of pollutions such as water pollution. water quality in takes. disposal of rainwater. water supply systems in a building. Definition of air pollution. 40 . sources of air pollution. antisyphon and vent piping. nutrients. effects of carbon dioxide.3 Building Drainage System : Introduction general principles governing building drainage. fittings. important ecosystems such as the seas. pathogens. carbon cycle. identification. streams & rivers.2 Noise Pollution : Basic concepts. ablution fixtures. toxicity testing. Air pollution. Global atmospheric change. carcinogenesis. effect of temperature increase.3 Wave Pollution : Water resources Water pollutants : oxygen demanding wastes. classification of air pollutions. standards. chlorofluorocarbons greenhouse gases. animals. 2 Ecology : Basic principles. and various control methods. sizing of pipes. properties. water meters. effects on human health. rivers and ground water. biochemical cycles. limiting factors-Liebig’s law. installation of pipes. service connections from main. volatile organic compounds. heavy metals. primary & secondary branches. major episodes. Noise pollution. respiration ratin (P/R).4 Rain/Storm Water Drainage : Introduction. human studies. Strom water drainage. emission control. 1. measurement. testing of drains and pipes.4Wave Pollution : Definition. 1. bathroom accessories. special accessories. food chain. hydraulic designs. natural & man made effects of air pollution on human health. soil fixtures. plants. lakes & ponds. units of qualification. estuaries & sea shores. 3. Thermal pollution. 3. ozone depletion. 1. storage of water. 3. E. design considerations. mutagenesis. Surface water quality. pesticides. lot of evidence categories for potential carcinogens. collection of run-off.2 Sanitary Fixtures and Fittings Introduction classification of fixtures. systems of plumbing. nature of drainage phenomera. 3 Plumbing : 3. design of pipes.1 Building Water Supply : Introduction per capita supply.

Age International 41 . fittings and fixtures. 4.1 Solid Waste : Sources. S K Hussain. site remediation. land disposal. 5. Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries – A D Bhide & B B Sundaresan 13. Municipal Solid Waste Management : 5. physico-chemical and biological stabilization and solidifications. 2. New Delhi. Relevant Indian Standard Specifications 8.3 Treatment And Disposal Methods : Material separation & recycle. W. CPHEEO Manual on Water Supply & Treatment 9. handling transportation. Plumbing Demonstration of accessories. storm and combined sewers. Solid waste : Determination of pH. J W Clark. appurtenances. Theory and Practice S M Patil 12. Manual on Municipal Solid Waste management – Ministry of Urban Development.CIVIL ENGINEERING –SYLLABUS 4 5 Sewage 4. T J McGhee 6. Manual On Water Supply And Treatment. maintaince of sewers. capacities and designs. types composition. sources and types of hazardous and infections wastes in municipal solid wastes. Ambient Air sampling 2.1 Conveyance of Sewage : Sewers-shapes and materials of sewers. 14. PWS Publishing Company. Water Supply and pollution Control. Term Work Each student is to appear for at least one written test during the term. Vesilind. Ecology.2 Solid waste generation and collection storage. 11. 5. Plumbing Engineering. E W Steel 5. 7. A brief report on the visit to water treatment plant should also be included in the journal. 4.) Ministry Of Works & Housing. (Latest Ed. New Delhi. Technologies. Basic Environmental Engineering C S Rao. physical and biological properties of solid wastes.. Solid waste : Determination of organic matter 6. 3. Reports on experiments performed as detailed above and the graded answer paper for the term shall be submitted as term work. sanitary. Water Supply And Sanitary Engineering . Introduction to Environment Engineering. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. M J Hammer. Veisman. Eurgence P Odum 10. Practicals : 1. Measurement of Noise Level 3. Water Supply and Sewerage. processing. Solid waste : Determination of moisture content 5. thermal methods. Theissen & Vigil. leach ate and its contol. The distribution of the term work marks will be as follows : Report on experiments : 05 marks Report on visit : 10 marks Written exam : 10 marks Reference Books : 1. Integrated Solid Waste Management. Water Supply ands Sewerage.

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