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Building Technology and Construction Management CE1
No. Subject L 3 3 0 1 3 3 3 16 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 6 C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20
CE5010 Modern Construction Materials CE5030 Functional Efficiency of Buildings CE5070 Building Sciences Laboratory CE5650 Computing Skills CE6010 Construction Contracts and Specifications DPE1 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Mathematics Elective 1 Total
No. Subject L 3 3 0 0 0 3 3 3 15 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 9 C 3 3 1 2 2 3 3 3 20
CE5020 Construction Planning and Control CE5040 Construction Methods and Equipment CE5060 Industrial Seminar CE5090 Construction Materials Laboratory CE5100 Construction Software Laboratory DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 Department Elective 2 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Total
CE6000 Summer Training
No. CE6020* Project DEP5 Department Elective V Total Subject L 3 3 T 0 P 0 C 10 3 3
No. CE6020 Project Total Subject L T P C 22 22
* Grade assigned in fourth semester. Total = 20 + 20 + 2 + 3 +22 = 67 List of Electives
CE5080 Geographical Information System CE5110 Building Services CE5120 Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Constructed Facilities CE5130 Construction Quality and Safety Management CE5140 Building Acoustics and Noise Control CE 5950 Characterization of Construction Materials CE6030 Construction Economics and Finance CE6050 Construction Personnel Management CE6070 Construction Project Modelling CE6090 Energy Management Buildings CE6100 Structural Systems Design CE6110 Advanced Concrete Technology CE6750 CAD in Civil Engineering CE7200 Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Any other course with the approval of the faculty advisor.
M.Tech. Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering CE2
No. Subject L 4 4 0 1 3 3 15 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 C 4 4 2 3 3 3 19
CE5150 Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology CE5170 PhysicoChemical Process for Water and Wastewater Treatment
CE5190 Environmental Monitoring Laboratory CE5650 Computing Skills DPE1 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Mathematics Elective 1 Total
No. Subject L 4 4 0 0 3 3 3 17 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 6 3 0 0 0 9 C 4 4 4 1 3 3 3 22
CE5160 Biological Process Design for Wastewater Treatment CE5180 Air Quality Management CE5200 Environment Microbiology and Engineering Laboratory
CE5220 Industrial Seminar DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 Department Elective 2 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Total
CE5240 Summer Training
CE6190 Project Total Subject L T P C 24 24 * Grade assigned in fourth semester. Total = 19 + 22 + 2 +24 = 67 List of Electives CE 5080 Geographical Information System CE5210 Transport of Water and Wastewater CE5230 Advanced Waste Minimization and Management Techniques CE5260 Model of Water and Air Quality CE5280 Hazardous Waste Management CE 5960 Remote Sensing of Earth Resources CE6180 Environmental Impact Assessment CE6210 Environmental Systems Analysis CE6480 Contaminant Transport Modelling CE6530 Environmental Hydraulics CH6320 Solid Waste Management CH6330 Industrial Wastewater Management CH7310 Environmental Biology and Microbiology Any other course with the approval of the faculty advisor. CE6190* Project Total Subject L T P C 12 12 SEMESTER IV No. 4 .SEMESTER III No.
M. Subject L 4 4 3 1 3 3 18 T 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 C 4 4 4 3 3 3 21 CE5310 Advanced Soil Mechanics CE5330 Advanced Foundation Engineering CE5320 Soil Dynamics CE5650 Computing Skills DPE1 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Mathematics Elective 1 Total SEMESTER II No. Subject L 3 0 3 0 3 3 3 15 T 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 P 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 9 C 4 4 4 1 3 3 3 22 2 CE5300 Applied Soil Mechanics CE5410 Experimental Geotechnics Laboratory CE5340 FEM & Constitutive Modelling in Geomechanics CE5420 Industrial Seminar DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 Department Elective 2 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Total CE5440 Summer Training 5 .Tech Civil Engineering Geotechnical Engineering CE3 SEMESTER I No.
CE6430* Project CE5430 Geotechnical Engineering Design Studio Total Subject L 0 T 0 P 3 C 9 2 11 SEMESTER IV No. CE6430 Project Total Subject L T P C 20 20 * Grade assigned in fourth semester. 6 . Total = 21 + 22 + 2 + 2 + 20 = 67 List of Electives CE5350 Geosynthesis and Reinforced Soil Structures CE5360 Soil Exploration and field Testing CE5370 Geotechnics for infrastructure CE5380 Structural Design of foundations CE5670 Fuzzy Logic and its Applications in Civil Engineering CE5680 SoilStructure Interaction Analysis CE6310 Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering CE6320 Engineering Seismology And Hazard Assessment CE6330 Rock Engineering CE6350 Critical State Soil Mechanics CE6370 Computer Methods in Geotechnical Engineering CE6420 Ground Improvement techniques CE5610 Finite Element Analysis CE5800 Analysis And Design Of Pavements CE6750 CAD in Civil Engineering Any other course with the approval of the faculty advisor.SEMESTER III No.
Subject L 4 4 0 1 3 3 15 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 C 4 4 2 3 3 3 19 CE5450 Applied Hydraulic Engineering CE5470 Surface Water Hydrology CE5490 Hydraulic Engg Laboratory CE5650 Computing Skills DPE1 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Mathematics Elective 1 Total SEMESTER II No.M. Civil Engineering Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering CE4 SEMESTER I No. Subject L 4 4 1 0 3 3 3 18 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 6 C 4 4 3 1 3 3 3 21 CE5460 Ground Water Engineering CE5480 Water Resources Planning and Management CE5500 Hydrosystems Computational Laboratory CE5520 Seminar DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 Department Elective 2 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Total CE5580 Summer Training 2 7 .Tech.
No. CE6490* Project Total Subject L T P C 12
No. CE6490 Project Total Subject L T P C 25 25
* Grade assigned in fourth semester. Total = 19 + 21 + 2 + 25 = 67 List of Electives
CE5210 Transport of water and wastewater CE5260 Models for water and Air quality CE5510 Irrigation Technology CE5540 Economics of water Resources Planning CE5550 Urban Hydrology and Storm Drainage Design and Management CE5560 Hydraulic Modeling CE5570 Pipeline Engineering CE 5960 Remote Sensing of Earth Resources CE6210 Environmental Systems Analysis CE6480 Contaminant Transport Modelling CE6500 Unsteady OpenChannel Flows CE6510 Finite Element Methods in Water Resources CE6520 Simulation Modelling in water Resources CE6530 Environmental Hydraulics
Any other course with the approval of faculty advisor.
M.Tech. Civil Engineering
Structural Engineering CE5
No. Subject L 3 3 3 1 1 1 3 3 18 T 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 6 C 3 4 3 3 2 1 3 3 22
AM5390 Advanced Structural Mechanics CE5610 Finite Element Analysis CE5630 Advanced Theory and Design of Concrete Structure CE5650 Computing Skills CE5740 Experimental Techniques CE5760 Special Topics in Advanced Structural Mechanics DPE1 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Mathematics Elective 1 Total
No. CE5620 Structural Dynamics CE5660 Advanced Design of Metal Structures CE6650 Industrial Seminar DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 DPE5 Department Elective 2 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Department Elective 5 Total Subject L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18 T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 C 4 3 1 3 3 3 3 20
CE5790 Summer Training
No. Subject L 0 T 0 P 9 9 C 3 8 3
CE6670 Structural Engineering Design Studio CE6690* Project Total
No. CE6690 Project Total Subject L T P C 20 20
* Grade assigned in fourth semester. Total = 22 + 20 + 2 + 3 + 20 = 67 List of Electives
CE5690 CE5700 CE5710 CE5720 CE5730 CE5890 CE6620 CE6710 CE6720 CE6730 CE6740 CE6750 CE6760 CE6770 CE6790 CE7120 CE720 0 CE 7640 CE7710 CE7720 CE7770 ID5010 ID5020 ID5030 ID7010 Theory and Design of Plates & Shells Advanced Topics in Metal Structures Prestressed Concrete Design Stability of Structures Probability Methods in Civil Engineering Composite Materials and Manufacturing Experimental Analysis Bridge Engineering Advanced Design of Foundation Systems Structural Optimization Adv. Analysis and Design for Wind & Earthquake Forces CAD in Civil Engineering Structures for Power Plants Finite Element Analysis Software Laboratory Engineering Design Optimization & Reliability Analysis Advanced Topics in Structural Concrete Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Elastic and Plastic Analysis Advanced Structural Dynamics Structural Reliability Computational Fracture Mechanics High Performance Computing for Engg Applications Multibody Dynamics and Applications Computational Structural Dynamics Advanced Finite Element Analysis
Any other course with the approval of faculty advisor.
Tech. CE5650 Computing Skills CE5800 Analysis and Design of Pavements CE5810 Urban Transportation Planning CE5830 Traffic Engineering and Management DPE1 DPE2 MAE1 Department Elective 1 Department Elective 2 Mathematics Elective 1 Total Subject L 1 3 4 4 3 3 3 21 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 C 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 23 SEMESTER II No.M. Civil Engineering Transportation Engineering CE6 SEMESTER I No. CE6840 Traffic Flow Theory CE6860 Transportation Economics CE5820 Traffic Engineering Laboratory CE5850 Pavement Materials and Evaluation Laboratory CE5840 Industrial Seminar DPE3 DPE4 DPE5 Department Elective 3 Department Elective 4 Department Elective 5 Total CE5860 Summer Training Subject L 3 3 0 0 0 3 3 3 15 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 9 C 3 3 2 2 1 3 3 3 20 2 11 .
Total = 23 + 20 + 2 + 3 + 19 = 67 List of Electives (All are 3 credits) CE5290 Transportation Network Analysis and Optimization CE5390 Analytical Techniques in Transportation Engineering CE5530 Pavement Materials CE5590 Pavement Management System CE5870 Infrastructure Planning and Management CE5900 Intelligent Transportation Systems CE5930 Pavement Construction Technology CE5940 Design and Construction of Hill Roads CE6800 Airport Planning and Design CE6810 Geometric Design of Highways CE6820 Public Transportation CE6850 Transport and Environment CE6870 Transportation Systems Analysis CE6750 CAD in Civil Engineering CE 7620 Rheology of Civil Engineering Materials Any other course with the approval of the faculty advisor. CE6930* Project DPE6 Department Elective 6 Total Subject L 3 3 T 0 0 P 0 0 C 8 3 3 SEMESTER IV No.SEMESTER III No. 12 . CE6930 Project Total Subject L T P C 19 19 * Grade assigned in fourth semester.
Tech. CE6120 Summer Training Subject L T P C 2 13 . Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 0 15 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 C 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 18 CE5020 Construction Planning and Control CE5040 Construction Methods and Equipment CE5130 Construction Quality and Safety Management Elective III Elective IV CE5100 Construction Software Laboratory CE5060 Industrial Seminar Total No. Subject L 3 3 3 2 3 3 0 17 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 C 3 3 3 2 3 3 2 19 CE6010 Construction Contracts and Specifications CE6030 Construction Economics and Finance CE6050 Construction Personnel Management MS5020 Organisational Behaviour Elective I Elective II Laboratory Total SEMESTER II No.M. (UoP) Construction Technology and Management CE7 SEMESTER I No.
Policy and Coastal Zone Management Port and Harbour Structures Marine Foundations Concrete and Concrete Structure for Oceans Elective Courses for Mechanical Engineering Students ME 6320 Pump Application Engineering ME 6530 HVAC Systems and Applications ME 6960 Design of Materials Handling Equipment 14 .SEMESTER III No. Elective V CE6140* Project Total Subject L 2 3 T 0 0 P 0 0 C 2 3 10 5 MS6910 Global Business Management SEMESTER IV No. Total = 19 + 18 +2 + 5 + 23 = 67 Elective Courses for Civil and Architecture Students CE 5010 CE 5080 CE 5110 CE 5120 CE 5160 CE 5170 CE 5210 CE 5280 CE 5300 CE 5330 CE 5350 CE 5360 CE 5370 CE 5450 CE 5460 CE 5800 CE 6110 CE 6420 CE 6800 OE 5050 OE 5090 OE 5210 OE 5340 OE 5400 OE 6400 OE 6850 Modern Construction Materials GIS in Civil Engineering Building Services Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Constructed Facilities Biological Processes for Waste Water Treatment PhysicoChemical Processes for Water and Waste Water Treatment Transport of Water and Wastewater Hazardous Waste Management Applied Soil Mechanics Advanced Foundation Engineering Reinforced Soil Structures Soil Exploration and Field Tests Geotechnics for Infrastructure Applied Hydraulic Engineering Ground Water Engineering Analysis and Design of Pavements Advanced Concrete Technology Ground Improvement Techniques Airport Planning and Design Ocean Structures and Materials Marine Geotechnical Engineering Port Planning and Development Ocean Environment. CE6140 Project Total Subject L T P C 23 23 * Grade assigned in fourth semester.
15 . Note: Based on the credits for the various elective courses to be taken in the different departments. Students may also choose any other 500/600/700 level elective courses relevant to their degree with the consent of the course coordinator.CE 5570 Pipeline Engineering MM 5180 Nondestructive Evaluation MM 5710 Welding Processes – I MM 5760 Advanced Topics in Metal Joining Elective Courses for Electrical Engineering Students EE 5020 Topics in Electromagnetic Compatibility EE 5070 Instrumentation Engineering EE 5140 Computer Communication Network EE 5360 Microprocessor and application EE 5430 Optical Communication EE 5510 Analysis of Networks & Systems EE 5610 Transducers EE 5620 Power System Instrumentation EE 5870 Power Electronic Control of Electric Mechanics EE 5910 Computer Methods in Power System Analysis EE 5920 High Voltage Technology EE 5940 Power Circuit Breakers & Protective Relays EE 5950 High Voltages Power Transmission EE 5960 Computer Applications in Power System Operation & Planning EE 5970 Energy Management System & SCADA EE 6920 Advance Topics in Electrical Insulation List of Laboratory Courses For Civil Engineering and Architecture Students Candidates to choose any one of the following: CE 5090 Construction Materials Laboratory CE 5850 Pavement Engineering Laboratory CE 6390 Field Tests and Monitoring CE 5410 Soil Mechanics and Geosynthetics Laboratory CE 5190 Environmental Monitoring Laboratory For Mechanical Engineering Students Candidates to choose any one of the following: MM 5190 MM 5770 NonDestructive Testing Laboratory Welding Laboratory I For Electrical Engineering Students Candidates to choose any one of the following: EE 5000 EE 5500 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I Electrical Engineering Laboratory II (CGI/PS Stream/Microprocessors) Elective I to V as per the approved list of elective depending on the student’s specialization (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) Laboratory – as per the list of laboratory courses approved. the number of electives courses may be adjusted so that the student earns minimum of 64 credits.
bituminous materials. placement. Resource constrained scheduling; Resource leveling Project control; Performance Measurement. mixing. Daylight design of general lighting schemes; Energy management and lighting; acoustical design of auditoria and noise control in buildings. Apart 16 . transport. Barcharts; Principles of application of CPM and PERT; Precedence Method; Updating; Time cost tradeoffs. Introduction to scheduling work/project break down structures. polymers and plastics. Earned value; Multiple Construction Projects; Other network techniques; Project Management Software Packages. __________________________________________________________ CE5030 Functional Efficiency of Buildings 3 0 0 3 Environmental factors: Thermal performances of buildings; Comfort factors and measurements; Climatic design; Solar Control and shading devices. Lifting and erection. lamps. scaffolding; Steel construction fabrication and erection.Course Contents CE5010 Modern Construction Materials 3 0 0 3 Structure and properties of materials; review of materials science concepts; study of the following construction materials: concrete. __________________________________________________________ CE5060 Industrial Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. Material transport. finishing. luminaries. Project Planning. __________________________________________________________ CE5020 Construction Planning and Control 3 0 0 3 Principles of Project Management. steel and aluminum. composites and wood; innovation in materials technology. Pile driving. __________________________________________________________ CE5040 Construction Methods and Equipment 3 0 0 3 Factors affecting selection of equipment and methods Technical and economic; Construction engineering fundamentals; Analysis of production outputs and costs; Methods and equipment for Earthmoving. Louvre design; ventilation; introduction to lighting; units of light. formwork. Dewatering; Concrete construction batching. colour.
Geoprocessing. Scale. __________________________________________________________ 17 . reverberation measurements; air and structure borne sound transmission studies; measurement of illumination levels; brightness measurements; study of air change rate; tilting table for building shadowanalysis; thermal performance studies; data logging equipment. Database applications. Elements of map making (Cartography). GIS Applications: Case studies Lab: During the lab section the students will get hands on training in applying the concepts learned during the Lecture using GIS software. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation. Database management System. Data acquisition and conversion techniques. Optimization software. Watershed delineation. __________________________________________________________ CE 5080 Geographical Information System 2 0 3 3 Lecture: What is GIS?; Components of GIS. Introduction to Global positioning system (GPS) and remote sensing. Raster and vector data models. Simulation software. vector topology concepts. Datum and Coordinate system. __________________________________________________________ CE5090 Construction Materials Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Study of properties of building materials; study of testing methods and standard specifications for strength and other properties of building materials; concrete mix design and testing; nondestructive testing methods; studies on simple building system components. network analyst. spatial model builder. DEM analysis (Line of sight and viewshed). Visualization software Construction applications. spatial analyst. Query development. Advanced Geostatistical tools: variogram and krigging. geodatabase. topography in GIS (contours. __________________________________________________________ CE5070 Building Sciences Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Study of acoustical testing equipment; Measurements of sound levels; adsorption tests on materials. Project management software. __________________________________________________________ CE5100 Construction Software Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Spreadsheet applications.from this. Displaying GIS data in google earth. Projection. DEM and TIN). Spatial querying.
Electrical distribution. Acoustical materials. Mufflers. Silencers. Supervisors. __________________________________________________________ CE5140 Building Acoustics and Noise Control Engg. Elevators and escalators. Managers and Owners; Safety Procedures for various construction operations; Safety audits; Safety laws. Safety issues; Injury accidents and their causes; Safety program components; Role of workers. Places for listening. Criteria for noise and vibration in communities. Lighting design. prevention and protection; Surface coatings and painting; Water proofing; Grouting; Strengthening of existing structures; Special repairs. building automation. __________________________________________________________ CE5130 Construction Quality and Safety Management 3 0 0 3 Total quality management concepts; ISO9000; QA/QC systems and organizations. Quality Audits; Problem solving techniques; Statistical Quality Control; Quality Function Deployment; Material Quality Assurance; Specifications and Tolerances. intelligent buildings. maintenance Inspection and planning. HVAC. Vibration control in buildings. sound reinforcement system design. Structure borne sound and damping. Noise control in Buildings. sewage disposal and storm water drainage. causes. __________________________________________________________ CE5120 Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Constructed Facilities 3 0 0 3 Performance of construction materials and components in services; Causes of deterioration; preventive measurements and maintenance ; Principles of assessment of weathering and durability; Characteristics of materials; Diagnosis of construction failures; Dealing with cracks; Methods of repair in concrete. 3 0 0 3 Principles of noise control. Fire safety and security services. Efflorescence .CE5110 Building Services 3 0 0 3 Importance of building services in multistorey buildings; Pipe sizing for water supply. Construction Equipment noise. Principles of Acoustical Design. Active noise control. Buildings. Steel and timber structural components; Corrosion damage of reinforced concrete and its repair and prevention measures; Surface deterioration. Case studies 18 . Reverberation control.. Budgeting and management. Industrial noise control.
alkalinity and acidity. Reproduction and growth. secondary and tertiary treatments. Solids and volatile solids and their significance . activity and activity coefficients. Plug flow reactor. Completely mixed batch reactor. protozoa. calculations from chemical equations. Analysis of waste waterdetermination of BOD. Water softening and neutralization: chemical precipitation. Fundamentals of Process Kinetics. First order. equilibrium diagrams. CaldwellLawrence diagrams. industrial microbiology. nature and characteristics. Epidemiology of infectious diseases. Enzyme reactions Reactor Analysis. removal of heavy metals from complex water and wastewater systems. ion exchange Application of Redox Chemistry: Microbiology The characterization. algae. __________________________________________________________ CE5160 Biological Processes Design for Wastewater Treatment 4 0 0 4 Waste watersSources. Cost effective noise control. Fundamentals of gas 19 . factors affecting chemical equilibrium. chemical equilibria. COD. Biological Nitrification and denitrification Aeration. utilization of energy and biosynthesis. Microbial metabolism. Process design considerations. Water Stabilization: Electrochemical aspects of corrosion. microbial agents of diseases. Gas laws. BOD progression and its formulations. Arbitrary flow reactor Design of wastewater treatment systemsPrimary. Continuous flow stirred tank reactor. Solubility Equilibria: Solubility equlilibria for slightly soluble salts. viruses. Evaluation of Biokinetic Parameters. Noise and the law. molds and yeast. Pure cultures and cultural characteristics. types of chemical reactions. Microbiology of domestic water and wastewater. buffering in water systems.relating to Building Acoustics. __________________________________________________________ CE5150 Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology 4 0 0 4 Environmental Chemistry Basic concepts from general chemistry: chemical equations. measuring alkalinity. stability diagrams measuring redox potentials. morphology and fine structure of bacteria. Activated Sludge and its process modifications. classification and identification of microorganisms. energy production. Acid Base Equilibria: fundamentals. Langelier saturation index. Zero order. effect of other solutes on salt solubility. the carbonic acid system. solutions. Enzymes and their regulations. chemical thermodynamics. Oxidationreduction Equlilibria: oxidation reduction processes galvanic cell and chemical thermodynamics. water stabilization. Fungi. Control of microorganisms. Second order Reactions.
Wastewater Effluent standards. Expanded /fluidized bed reactors. Two stage/phase anaerobic reactors.transfer. Application Membrane Processes. Performance and design aspects. Air sampling and pollution measurement methods. Atmospheric diffusion of pollutants and their analysis. Rate control patterns and methods. Anaerobic filters. Transport. transport of colloidal particles. Instream standards. rapid sand filtration. Expanded granular bed reactors. Ultrafiltration. and aerobic digestion Waste water reclamation and reuse. __________________________________________________________ CE5170 Physicochemical Process for Water and Wastewater Treatment 4 0 0 4 Water Quality. Hydraulics of flow through porous media. anaerobic ponds. Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactors. coagulation processes. mathematical model for deep granular filters. facultative pond. Aeration and gas transfer Sedimentation. Water Quality requirement. slowsand filtration. Filtration: filtration processes. Anaerobic processes. Greenhouse effect. materials and reactions. chemical processes and biological processes. smog and ozone layer disturbance . principles and 20 . Design of aeration systems Treatment Ponds and aerated Lagoons. materials and atmosphere. destabilization in water and wastewater treatment. adsorption equilibria and adsorption isotherm. Filter effluent quality parameters. Sorption kinetics in batch reactors. Unit operations. methods of operation. classification. Disinfection __________________________________________________________ CE5180 Air Quality Management 4 0 0 4 Air pollutants. chemical and biological parameters of water. sedimentation tank design Coagulation and flocculation. destabilization of colloids. Water purification systems in natural systems. Water quality indices. unit processes. anaerobic digestion. Sludge Digestion. Reactions of pollutants in the atmosphere and their effects Smoke. polishing ponds etc Attached Growth Biological Treatment Systems. Trickling Filters. stability of colloids. rates of adsorption. factors affecting adsorption Ion Exchangeprocesses. Effluent disposal. different types of settling. Electrodyalisis. Standard. Sources. precoat filtration Adsorption. Process fundamentals. Combustion Processes and pollutant emission. Primary. physical processes. secondary and tertiary treatment. Rotating Biological Contactors. Reverse osmosis. Potable water standards. aerobic pond. vegetation. continuous reactors. Physical. Activated Biofilters etc. high rate and hybrid reactors. transformation and deposition of air contaminants on a global scale. Effects on Health.
biofilters. Simple stain (methylene blue) and differential stain Gram/Acid fast/spore/capsule. Break point Chlorination. Influence of presence of complexing agent 21 . Ambient air quality and emission standards. Air pollution indices. Determination of NO2 and SO2 concentrations.Bacteriological examination of water. Inoculation. Microscopic measurement and counting. Reactor design and operation demonstration session: pH control. Detection of coliforms using membrane filter technique.instruments. Determination of MLSS and MLVSS in an activated sludge sample. optimization of pH. plate count. monitoring of chemical constituents measurement of yield etc. Biological air pollution control technologies; bioscrubers. settling chambers. precipitation etc. Particulate emission control. aeration. colony observation colony counting technique for common types of algae and protozoa. Sulfate. Air Act. Hardness: Total. Bacteriological quality measurement: MPN. Determination of total bacterial population by standard plate count technique. cyclone separation. Settleable. control principles. Preparation and sterilization of culture media: liquid broth and solid agar media. legislation and regulations. inorganic etc. copper. reaction and other methods. confirmed coliform test and completed test. Detection of amylase containing organisms. Odor. fabric filters. Removal of gaseous pollutants by adsorption. chloride. Analysis of solids content of water: Dissolved. Electrical conductivity.Alkalinity and acidity. volatile. Color. absorption. electrostatic precipitators and other removal methods like absorption. calcium and magnesium. COD. Laboratory tests on coagulation and flocculation of water. BOD and BOD rate constant determination. Optimisation of dose/pH/time of flocculation. Hanging drop technique for observation of motility of living organisms/bacteria. Analysis of ions: Fluoride. suspended. Pesticides concentrations __________________________________________________________ CE5200 Environmental Microbiology and Engineering Laboratory 0 0 6 4 Microscopic Examination of Microorganisms: Preparation of bacterial smear; staining of bacteria. DO and reaeration constant determination. streaking. adsorption. in a laboratory biochemical reactor. Optimum coagulant dose. Lab study in heavy metal removal.. Determination of Phenol. Wet collectors. total. Taste. Indoor air quality __________________________________________________________ CE5190 Environmental Monitoring Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Physical characteristics of water: Turbidity. multiple tube fermentation test: presumptive coliform (MPN) tests.
Distribution Systems : Principles of design. equivalent pipe and Newton Raphson methods. methods of control and prevention of corrosion. storage. Hardy Cross. capacity and selection of water pumps. causes and prevention. economic design of pumps and economic design of gravity and pumping mains. pumps and pumping units. types of loads and stresses. Absorpion studies using activateld carbon. Concept of model based design hydraulic fundamentals of design models Basic properties and model formulations for the design of wastewater of collection system transitions in flow of sewage. Storm Drainage: Basic philosophy in storm drainage drainage layouts storm runoff estimation rainfall data analysis hydraulics of flow in storm water drains storm water drain materials and sections design of storm drains storm water inlets. optimal design of networks. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed 22 . Quantification of residual chlorine and removal of residual chlorine. Transport of Wastewater: Sanitary Sewerage: Sanitation technology selection sanitary sewage flow estimation sanitary sewer materials hydraulics of flow in sanitary sewers partial flows sewer design sewer layouts. maintenance of distribution systems. __________________________________________________________ CE5210 Transport of Water and Wastewater 3 0 0 3 Transport of Water: Water Storage and Transmission: Storage requirements. Apart from this. pipe appurtenances. hydraulics. pressure conduits. distribution and balancing reservoirs. Study of chlorination of water. Estimation of suspended particulate matter / NO2/NO3/SO2/SO3 in air using high volume sampler. computer applications in distributions network analysis. water hammer. intakes. __________________________________________________________ CE5220 Industrial Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. analysis of distribution networks.on precipitation. impounding reservoirs. Materials for pipes: Specification for pipes. Operation & Maintenance : Maintenance requirements of sanitary sewerage and storm drainage systems manpower requirement equipment requirement; preventive maintenance monitoring safety requirementscorrosion in sewers prevention and control Specific problems related to waste water pumping pumping pump selection wastewater pumping networks. Study of colour removal from waste water. control devices.
pesticides. D. sampling and analysis. Models for Streams: Dissolved oxygen model for streams sources and sinks of dissolved oxygen estimation of system parameters Streeter Phelps model oxygen 'sag' curve determination 23 . Combined biological. methods of treatment and disposal. nitrification.O. Students are sent to leading Environmental Engineering organizations/Research laboratories/Design Consultancy organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. Application of treatment methods to some selected industries. sedimentation. __________________________________________________________ CE5230 Advanced Waste Minimization and Management Techniques 3 0 0 3 Industrial wastewaters. deoxygeneration and self purification in streams.presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation. calibration and verification cost: benefit analysis using models. nature and effects. methods of treatment. membrane processes. floatation. __________________________________________________________ CE5240 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. aerobic and anaerobic treatment. heavy metals etc. bioremediation. quantities and characteristics of sludges. Current bioremediation practice and application. ion exchange. formal methods of designing cleaner processes. water pollution and problem pollutants. sources and characteristics of industrial wastewaters. Cleaner Production: Basic concepts of cleaner technologies. Life cycle analysis. Composting and Vermiculture. In situ Bioremediation.. coagulation. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. inplant waste minimization and control. physical and chemical process. integrated approach. stream sanitation. High rate and hybrid anaerobic reactors. __________________________________________________________ CE5260 Models for Water and Air Quality 3 0 0 3 Introduction to Mathematical Models: Modelling approaches to water quality classification of models considerations in selecting models mathematical models for water quality model development. denitrification. microbial systems for bioremediation. aeration. Zero pollution industrial complexes. water reuse. activated carbon. Microbial detoxification of specialty chemicals like herbicides. Model requirements and limitations. Introduction to ISO 14000.
Models for Estuary and Lakes: Physical chemical and biological processes in estuaries water quality distribution in estuaries dispersion coefficient modelling estuaries and lakes for water quality temperature models for lakes and rivers models for microorganisms decay. Ground water contamination. Source inventories and significance . physical and biological treatment. Risk assessment. Gaussian and dispesion model. walk. detecting negative cycles. remedial alternatives. other polynomial time variants; Network equilibrium analysis; principles and optimisation formulations. label correcting algorithms and optimality conditions. nitrogen and phytoplankton. cycles. Strategies for designing polynomial algorithms. allpair shortest path algorithms; preflow push polynomial time algorithms. The magnitude of the problem. Landfill disposal. wind rose. Shortest Path Algorithms: Label setting. __________________________________________________________ CE5290 Transportation Network Analysis and Optimization 3 0 0 3 Network flows: Applications. Chemical. Pollution Prevention. Facility Development and operation. Environmental legislation. dispersion. Minimum cost network assignment: optimality conditions. capacity scaling techniques. Characterization and site assessment. Dobbins and Thomann. __________________________________________________________ CE5280 Hazardous Waste Management 3 0 0 3 Introduction to Hazardous wastes. Air quality models : Micrometeorological processes. Successive shortest path algorithm.of deoxygenation and reaeration coefficients Benthal oxygen demand mass transport mechanisms Advective and diffusive mass transport Models by O'connor. Waste minimization and resource recovery. cyclecanceling algorithm. Site Remediation: Quantitative risk assessment. definitions. graphs. Search Algorithms. Containment. network representation (adjacency list and matrices) and basic network transformations; Network algorithms; Complexity. Transportation of hazardous waste. Optimality conditions. Current Management Practices: Environmental audit. paths. site and subsurface characterization. Regional air quality models. 24 . trees. Dijkstra’s and Dial’s algorithms. Stack height computation. loops. FrankWolfe algorithm; Special cases and variants. coefficients and stability classes. Definition of Hazardous waste.
Selection of design values. Transmissibility.Applications: Applications of mincost. torsion or rocking. Primary and secondary consolidation settlements; Corrections to 1d consolidation settlements; Stress path method for settlement computations. network design. Propagation of seismic waves in soil deposits Attenuation of stress waves. Modelling of soil medium by frequency dependent and frequency independent elements. Stress paths; Relationships between effective stress water content; Hvorslev's strength parameters. silos. __________________________________________________________ CE5300 Applied Soil Mechanics 3 1 0 4 Theory of arching in soils and its applications in tunnel. Effect of soil 25 . Seepage. Strength of cyclically loaded soils. Experimental determination of natural frequency and damping. logistics. Transient Flow: 1D and generalised consolidation theories. Flow nets. Response of 2 DOF and Multi degree of freedom systems. Stability analysis and design Earth dams and embankments. Earth pressures and design of retaining walls; Braced excavations and open cuts; Sheet piles and Anchored bulkheads. Stressstrain behaviour of cyclically loaded soils. Dynamic soil properties Laboratory and field testing techniques. Vibration measuring instruments. conduits. maxflow. Effective stiffness and damping of such systems. Drained and undrained shear strength of soils; Stresspore pressure relationships; Critical void ratio. Dynamic stiffness of foundation Circular rigid mat foundation on elastic half space excited vertically. Bored pile walls and Prestressed ground anchors; Nonconventional retaining systems. Steady state flow. Response of system to exciting forces and ground motions ranging from simple pulse like excitation to harmonic and complex histories. facility location. __________________________________________________________ CE5310 Advanced Soil Mechanics 4 0 0 4 Soil aggregate and classification; Clay mineralogy; Permeability. telecommunication/ power networks etc. __________________________________________________________ CE5320 Soil Dynamics 3 1 0 4 Fundamentals of vibration Response of SDOF systems: Free vibration. project scheduling. laterally. Design of filters. airline. freight. Cofferdams and their design; Diaphragm walls. and shortest path algorithms to transportation and infrastructure networks: transportation networks. Shear strength of cohesive and cohesion less soils: StressStrain behaviour. reliability of distribution systems.
__________________________________________________________ CE5350 Geosynthetics and Reinforced Soil Structures 3 0 0 3 Types. concepts and mechanisms; Filtration.; In situ soil reinforcement techniques; Case histories. Stressstrain relations; Constitutive modelling of granular and clay soils; Nonlinear and elastoplastic models; Critical state and Cam Clay models for soils; Linear and Nonlinear solution techniques. Finite soil layer and depth to bedrock on system of rigid foundations. Deep foundations like piles. foundation beds. piers and Caissons; Foundations on expansive soils. Dynamic stiffness of single pile ands pile group. Manufacture and Applications of geosynthetics; Testing of geosynthetics; Principles. __________________________________________________________ 26 . fills and rock; Construction aspects of foundations; Shoring and underpinning; Groundwater lowering and drainage; Legal aspects of foundation engineering; Field tests in foundation engineering including instrumentation for monitoring of foundation. Forge hammers and frame foundations for high speed rotary machineries. Low speed rotary machines. Analysis and design of block foundations for reciprocating engines. Effect of foundation embedment. pavements etc. __________________________________________________________ CE5330 Advanced Foundation Engineering 4 0 0 4 Foundation classification; Choice of foundations; Bearing capacity and settlement analysis of shallow foundations like footings and rafts. Finite element analysis of soil consolidation; Application of finite element techniques for geotechnical designs. __________________________________________________________ CE5340 FEM & Constitutive Modelling in Geomechanics 3 1 0 4 Introduction to 1D systems; Isoparametric 2dimensional elements; Numerical integration techniques; Infinite elements; Joint Elements; Assembly and solution of finite element matrices: sky line and frontal methods. embankments. laterites. Drainage and Erosion control using geosynthetics; Selection of design parameters; Design of reinforced soil structures like retaining walls. Case studies of finite element applications.material damping and shape. Vibration isolation and absorption techniques. Modelling of in situ earth pressures; Modelling of construction and excavation sequences of soil layers.
passenger characteristics. distance. statistical characterisation of means. Site investigation for infrastructure projects; Excavation scheme; Sheet piles and cofferdams; Design of dewatering systems; Construction equipments. speed. __________________________________________________________ CE5380 Structural Design of Foundations 3 0 0 3 Prerequisite for taking the course : COT Introduction to Limit State Design of reinforced concrete in foundations; Soil pressure for structural design; Conventional structural design of continuous footings. storage tanks. distributions. chimneys etc. individual footings. waiting times etc. Soil profiles.CE5360 Soil Exploration and Field Testing 3 0 0 3 Principles of exploration; Geophysical and sounding methods; Modern methods of boring and sampling; Preservation and transportation of samples; Sampling records. and moments of performance functions (travel time. variance. __________________________________________________________ CE5370 Geotechnics for Infrastructure 3 0 0 3 Types of foundations for industrial structures; Design of deep foundations for heavy structures and railway and highway bridges; Foundations for transmission line towers. underreamed piles. Various types of field tests; Instrumentation; Investigation below sea/river bed; offshore investigation; interpretation of exploration data and report preparation. cumulative distribution functions. __________________________________________________________ CE5390 Analytical Techniques in Transportation Engineering 3 0 0 3 Probabilistic analysis of transportation systems: Axioms and principles. probability density and mass function. urban travel services.. silos. loading. 27 .); applications to traffic flow. combined footings and rafts of various types subjected to vertical and lateral loads and moments; Design of circular rafts; Soil structure interaction and 'flexible' approach to the design of foundations; Structural design of piles including pile caps. transit operations. supply. piers and caissons; Structural design of retaining walls; Special foundations; Introduction to shell foundations. and common distributions; probabilistic modelling of demand. headways and arrivals in transportation systems. freight travel analysis.
Design of Diaphragm walls. __________________________________________________________ CE543 Geotechnical Engineering Design Studio 0 0 3 2 Fundamentals of Geotechnical analysis and design. Sage – CRISP. and travel quantification; introduction to discrete choice models binary. distribution. __________________________________________________________ CE5420 Industrial Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. Design of machine foundations. Pile load test. TALREN. Block vibration test. Design of pile foundations. demand. Lateral dynamic pile load test. Electrical resistivity Survey. Usage of softwares such as FEAPpv. crew scheduling etc. In situ field density test.Statistical models and Transportation Applications: Sampling and Hypothesis testing (for means and variances). Settlement gauge. duality and applications to minimum cost and transportation problems; Formulation of transportation problems as mathematical programs (scheduling. and efficiency in statistical models; linear models – linear regression. analysis of variance. routing. network design. network equilibrium. faculty location. Piezometer: Vibration measurement. applications in trip generation. Design of prestressed ground anchors. Pile integrity test. multinomial logit. Cross hole test. SIGMA/W. Light cone penetration test. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation. consistency. power. Apart from this. Field vane shear test. Pressure pad. Cyclic Triaxial test.) __________________________________________________________ CE5410 Experimental Geotechnics Laboratory 0 0 6 4 Atterberg limit tests; Grain size distribution by sieve and Hydrometer methods; Compaction; Consolidation; Permeability; Direct Shear and Triaxial Compression tests; Lab Vane shear test. Seismic analysis and design of soil structure retaining walls and foundations. 28 . bias. GEO 4 and GEOFEM : Line Nonlinear analysis. Optimisation Techniques: Basic concepts; linear programming – simplex method. Instrumentation for field monitoring: Inclinometer. SASW test. and ordered frequency models applied to disaggregate travel choice analysis. Plate load test.
Conservation laws mass. specific capacity. compound channels. geophysical exploration. __________________________________________________________ CE5450 Applied Hydraulic Engineering 4 0 0 4 Reynolds Transport theorem. problems and perspectives. computation of profiles standard step and fourth order RungeKutta methods. flow in erodible channels. electrical resistivity and seismic refraction. __________________________________________________________ CE5440 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. multiple well systems. Gradually varied flow: Classification of profiles. Surface and Subsurface investigations of Groundwater: Geologic methods. Channel design: Design of erodible and lined channels for clear and sediment laden flows CBI & P method. unsaturated flow. channel networks. general flow equations. age. Regime methods. hydrogeology of aquifers. air chambers and control valves. Tractive force method. initial and boundary conditions. remote sensing. __________________________________________________________ CE5460 Groundwater Engineering 4 0 0 4 Introduction: role of groundwater in the hydrologic cycle. Dam break analysis.Computer – based Laboratory Exercises. spatially varied flow. transient control using surge tanks. Open channel flow: Critical flow and uniform flow concepts. Transients in pipelines causes. water distribution network analysis and design. Surge analysis. various logging techniques including geophysical and resistivity methods. Darcy's law. unconfined and leaky). flow characteristics. Design for external loads: surface mounted and buried pipelines. Occurrence and movement of groundwater: origin. distribution. canal delivery problem. Differential equation for fluid flow Analysis Governing equations. gravity and magnetic methods; test drilling. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. channel transitions. simple analysis. Water wells: methods of 29 . partially penetrating wells. characteristic well losses. minor losses. design of spillways. Rapidly varied flow: Hydraulic jump. Pipe flow: Pump pipeline system. appurtenances. Students are sent to construction sites/Geotechnical Engineering Design Consultancy organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. energy dissipators. Groundwater and Well Hydraulics: steady and unsteady radial flows in aquifers (confined. momentum and energy.
physical. water pricing and water allocation. modelling Richard's equation. principles of planning and financing water resources projects. types. forecasting and management. Water Law: riparian rights. and salinity. Infiltration: process description. examples. use of IDF and DAD curves. regional flood frequency analysis. Evapotranspiration: process description. acquisition and use of rights. water resources of India. classification of hydrologic models. recharge mounds. induced recharge. control of saline water intrusion. water quality criteria. storm sewers. GreenAmpt model. risk based design of culverts. irrigation scheduling. completion and development. Drainage basin characteristics. Droughts: indicators. spatial and temporal variation. groundwater ownership. recharge methods. remediation. modified Penman equation. Quality of groundwater: measures of quality. classification. Design flood estimation: PMF estimation. mathematical modelling. Management of Groundwater: concepts of basin management. distribution. Overland flow: Hortonian and Saturation overland flow mechanisms. permit systems. groundwater samples. prior appropriation. Pollution of groundwater: sources and causes. space and time scales. artificial recharge of groundwater: concepts. Watershed modelling: discrete and continuous simulation models. Uncertainty concepts in Water Resources Planning: 30 . groundwater basin investigations. shape and structure of the interface . probable maximum precipitation. upconing. Precipitation: mechanisms. Evaporation: process description. chemical and biological analyses. stream network laws. yield tests. evaluation and monitoring. Hydrologic Design: uncertainty concepts. __________________________________________________________ CE5480 Water Resources Planning & Management 4 0 0 4 Introduction: history of water resources development.construction. Flood Routing: reservoir routing. measurement. measurement. Diffusion wave routing. conjunctive use. problems and perspectives. IUH and GIUH. protection and rehabilitation of wells. Streamflow: factors affecting base flow. channel routing MuskingumCunge method. conceptual framework. __________________________________________________________ CE5470 Surface Water Hydrology 4 0 0 4 Hydrologic cycle. evaporation control. Hydrograph analysis. Economics of Water resources planning: benefitcost analysis of water resources projects. design storm. UH theory. Basics of stochastic modelling of hydrologic processes. SCS model. Saline water intrusion in aquifers: occurrence . attenuation. reservoirs. first order reliability method (FORM).
Storm drainage design. Water surface profile computation. Water Quality Management in rivers. MODFLOW. earth dam seepage. energy dissipation at the toe of spillways. Optimal planning and operation of single and multiple reservoirs. flow under a weir floor. Ground Water Management: inverse problem of parameter identification. design and management of irrigation. Membrane analogy model. sustainable development of water resources. Use of GIS in Water Resources Planning. infiltration experiments. Open channel flow: Hydraulic jump in horizontal and sloping channels. __________________________________________________________ CE5490 Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Flow measurement: Determination of velocity distribution in an open channel flow. construction of isovels. Design of water distribution system. conventional and evolutionary optimization techniques. EPANET. HEC2. sand box model. management models embedding and response matrix approaches. conjunctive use of surface and ground water systems. seepage flow with a free surface . and other water bodies. Analogue models: Electrical analogy setup. energy and momentum coefficients in subcritical and supercritical flows in open channels. interfacing optimizers with process simulators for design and management applications. Surface irrigation model. Groundwater flow simulation. Soilwater interaction: Steady and unsteady groundwater flow. applications to water resources planning and management problems. Flood mitigation and management: structural and nonstructural measures. Water quality evaluation. optimal flood mitigation plan. HeleShaw model.methods for uncertainty analysis and applications. QUAL2EU. Flood Control Optimization. gradually varied flow surface profiles. streams. groundwater recharge. channel transition for subcritical and supercritical flows. optimal experimental design for parameter identification. __________________________________________________________ 31 . Detention basin design. rating of currentmeter in towing tank. Software Packages: HEC1. flood damage estimation. SWMM. __________________________________________________________ CE5500 Hydrosystems Computational Laboratory 1 0 3 3 Watershed Simulation. Coastal zone management. Water quality modelling in rivers. flow in bends. Hydrograph analysis. Systems Analysis: systems concepts. planning and development of multipurpose projects. decision support systems for water resources management. Planning. hydropower and flood control systems.
types. tests and specifications for use in various layers of road. creep loading conditions. evapotranspiration models. Salinity problems in irrigation. properties. soilwater relationship. Aging of bitumen. 32 . modified binders. Irrigation operation automation and management. optimal cropping pattern. Microirrigation systems: planning and design of sprinkler and drip irrigation systems. hydrologic processes. tank and well irrigation systems. properties. soil water chemistry. functions. __________________________________________________________ CE5530 Pavement Materials 3 0 0 3 Basic road construction materials such as soils. aggregates. Introduction to linearized viscoelastic. requirements. requirements. A critical look at the different laboratory procedures for evaluating the mechanical properties of soils. Macro irrigation systems: design of level border. __________________________________________________________ CE5520 Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. irrigation scheduling. sources. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation. Apart from this. rain water harvesting. Irrigation problems related to arid and semiarid regions. soil moisture modelling. advantages. Irrigation drainage assessment and control. Bituminous binders – different types. principles of irrigation management. behaviour during fatigue. tests for characterization. drawbacks. mathematical programming models for irrigation planning and management. Computer aided design of irrigation systems. graded border and furrow irrigation systems. deficit irrigation. Bituminous mixtures. Mechanical response of soil and the different consititutive models. issues in constitutive modelling of binders. soil moisture measurement. adaptability. characteristics and applications in road construction. Properties of subgrade layers; different types and role played by them in flexible/rigid pavement construction. non linear viscoelastic material characterization. production functions. computation of crop water requirements. bitumen and Portland cement – types.CE5510 Irrigation Technology 3 0 0 3 Introduction.
the role of urban water. operation and interpretation of the results. MITCAT to solve urban storm drainage problems. __________________________________________________________ CE5560 Hydraulic Modelling 3 0 0 3 Basics of Hydraulic Modelling: similarity mechanics. construction. Special 33 . model laws. scale effect. Tidal models with fixed and mobile bed: tidal models for transport of matter and heat basic concepts and case studies. Elements of financial analysis financial feasibility. flow induced vibrations. Basin and reservoir models. urban system and functional elements of urban systems. water supply. __________________________________________________________ CE5550 Urban Hydrology and Storm Drainage Design and Management 3 0 0 3 Introduction. dynamics of project analysis. Gravity dominated models: modelling of hydraulic structures including energy dissipators. Gravityfriction models: pumped flow models. coastal and estuarine models. estuarine models harbour and breakwater models. models of offshore structures. surge tank models. waveinduced phenomena. price theory and resource allocation. classification of hydraulic modelling. bridge piers. design. hydroelectric power. Frictiondominated models: pipe flow models. distinction between numerical and hydraulic models. navigation and environmental conservation projects. binder type on bituminous mixtures’ mechanical properties. Storm drainage network analysis. drainage. materials used in the model. siphon spillways. Portland cement and cement concrete for use in road works. economic aspects of water system and urban water resources management. Quality description and quantitative determination of urban storm run off. cavitation. Role of instrumentation and data processing. modelling of: flows subjected to vortex formation. benefit cost analysis. models of overflow spillways. hydraulics of selected sewer models. flood control. Introduction of standard packages such as SWMM. River models with fixed and mobile bed: River models for transport of matter and heat. mathematical simulation of flow in sewer networks. __________________________________________________________ CE5540 Economics of Water Resources Planning 3 0 0 3 Principles of engineering economics and mathematics of economic analysis. ship models. models of littoral processes.Influence of aggregate. Economic Planning for irrigation. costing of environmental impact. cost allocation in multipurpose projects and water resources pricing. basic concepts and case studies. conditions of project optimality.
Comparison of different deterioration models. Materials: pipeline materials for rigid and flexible pipes. modelling techniques. electrical and membrane analogues. Design alternatives and selection; Design objectives and constraints. reliability issues. Transients: basics. testing. transient control. unevenness prediction models and other models. Design for external loads: surface mounted pipes. jointing details. mechanistic and empirical models. Functional condition deterioration models. examples from Groundwater models and free surface flows. complementary aspects of numerical and hydraulic modelling. __________________________________________________________ CE5590 Pavement Management Systems 3 0 0 3 Components of pavement management systems. economic optimisation of pavement maintenance and rehabilitation. maintenance and control of pipeline systems. nonlinear programming. Analogue models: viscous. physical design inputs. analysis of alternate pavement 34 . life cycle costing. scaling laws.models dealing with Coriolis force . genetic algorithms. basic structural response models. laying and protection. simulated annealing. __________________________________________________________ CE5580 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. sample size selection. governing equations. structural condition deterioration models. submarine pipelines. airentrainment. Students are sent to construction sites/ Geotechnical Engineering Design Consultancy organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. buried pipelines. pavement maintenance measures. hybrid models. Scope and limitations of hydraulic modelling. research management; Pavement performance prediction; Concepts. linear programming. planning investment. Optimal design of pipeline systems: dynamic programming. models with feedback control. Fittings & Appurtenances. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. Modelling in rehabilitation budget planning. __________________________________________________________ CE5570 Pipeline Engineering 3 0 0 3 Review of basic hydraulic principles of analysis and design of pipelines. alternate pavement design strategies and economic evaluation. Highway Development and Management tools. method of characteristics. case studies; ranking and optimisation methodologies; Recent developments. comparison. Reliability concepts in pavement engineering.
Analysis of plane stress/strain and axisymmetric solids triangular. Finite Element Method: Displacement model Shape functions Lagrange and serendipity elements. Techniques and tools; Expert systems and pavement management; application of expert systems for managing pavements. technique. incompatible models. Stress Strain relations. Straindisplacement relations.strategies based distress and performance. __________________________________________________________ 35 . __________________________________________________________ CE5620 Structural Dynamics 3 1 0 4 Introduction. case studies; implementation of pavement management systems. ReissnerMindlin theory Plate elements and applications. periodic and general dynamic loading. free and Forced Vibration response of MDOF damped and undamped discrete systems Equations of motion Evaluation of natural frequencies and modes Approximate methods. pavement preservation programs. Finite element programming and FEA Software. knowledgebased expert systems. Analysis of plate bending Basic equations of thin plate theory. Systems with single degree of freedom (SDOF) equation of motion Analysis of free Vibration Response of harmonic. computational and numerical methods Solution of eigenvalue problems Mode superposition method & Modal truncation errors Modal Acceleration method. impulsive. expert system for pavement evaluation and rehabilitation. __________________________________________________________ CE5610 Finite Element Analysis 3 1 0 4 Basic Equations of Solid Mechanics Review of equilibrium conditions. Approximate methods RayleighRitz. Principle of Virtual work & Stationery potential energy and variational formulation. Overview of dynamics of distributed parameter systems Flexural beams shear beams columns. Assemblage of elements and solution techniques for static analysis. Analysis of shells degenerated shell elements. Element properties Isoparametric elements numerical integration. quadrilateral and isoparametric elements. Three dimensional stress analysis Isoparametric eight and twenty noded elements. case studies; Road asset management. Weighted residual (Galerkin) and finite difference methods. Direct Integration methods Explicit and Implicit methods. Analysis of framed Structures 2D and 3D truss and beam elements and applications. Base Excited systems formulation of equations for SDOF & MDOF systems concepts of spectral quantities and Response spectrum Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering. Overview of random vibration.
including biaxial bending; eccentric tension; bond Serviceability limit states: estimation of deflections and crackwidths in RC members Behaviour and design of special RC members deep beams; walls. Software & Communication aspects Operating system and tools Use of Windows. Spreadsheets & Database Management Preliminaries of HTML & Internet usage. Office . plastic.CE5630 Advanced Theory & Design of Concrete Structures 3 0 0 3 Review of Basic Concepts. __________________________________________________________ CE5650 Computing Skills 1 0 3 3 Introduction to Computer Hardware. Buckling: Buckling and postbuckling behaviour of columns. and Advanced Theory in the following topics: Behaviour of concrete under uniaxial and multiaxial states of stress; effect of creep. Background to Code Formulations. combined with flexure and flexural shear; axial compression. plates and shells; Classification of sections. including shear walls; ribbed slabs; corbels; pile caps. Classes & Objects Use of C++ __________________________________________________________ CE5660 Advanced Design of Metal Structures 3 0 0 3 Material: Chemical composition; Mechanical properties Stress strain behaviour and strength under static and cyclic loading; Behaviour under high and low temperatures; Corrosion; Creep. Limit States Design of Steel Members: Uncertainties in load and resistance; Limit States and Load and Resistance Factor Design 36 . linear buckling and nonlinear and advanced analysis methods. Operation & Statement types Arrays & Function & Subroutines Condition & Control aspects Repetition and Increment operation Introduction to OOP Features of OOP Derived data types. Concepts of Computing Languages Review of Fortran and C Data types. shrinkage and temperature; Durability of concrete: deterioration due to chemical attack and corrosion of steel; methods to check loss of durability in concrete; Basic design philosophies: limit sates method; comparison with working stress and ultimate load methods; Behaviour and design of reinforced concrete skeletal members considering flexure; flexural shear; torsion. Analysis: Linear elastic. Limit analysis of RC members: moment redistribution in continuous beams; yield line analysis of slabs. combined with flexure: behaviour of short and slender columns.
Decision Making with Fuzzy Information. bending. Detail classification for design. Fuzzy systems simulation. R factor. Fuzzy Sets: Operation on classical sets. System identification. __________________________________________________________ CE5670 Fuzzy Logic & its Applications in Civil Engineering 3 0 0 3 Introduction: Information and uncertainty. Wall panel systems. Behaviour of local elements. Mechanics of soilstructure interaction. Screws and rivets in coldformed steel construction. design for variable repeated loading ColdFormed Steel Members: Effective width and Direct Strength Design methods of cold formed steel beams. Connections in cold formed steel systems. 37 . Miscellaneous Topics: Stainless steel and aluminium in structural applications. Moment resisting frames. Analysis. Applications in Civil Engineering – Seismic hazard and risk assessment. Concentrically and eccentrically braced frames. Fuzzification and defuzzification. beams and columns. Chance versus ambiguity. Stresses and displacements in soils. Fuzzy set operations and fuzzy relations. Automated methods. columns and beamcolumns. Fatigue Behaviour and Design: Fatigue Behaviour. Fuzzy Classification and Pattern Recognition: Introduction. Fuzzy reliability analysis of structures. Composite Members: Behaviour and design of steel concrete composite slabs. axial forcebending) Fasteners: Methods of installation and behaviour of rivets. Neurofuzzy models. Classical sets and fuzzy sets. Logic and Fuzzy Systems. __________________________________________________________ CE5680 SoilStructure Interaction Analysis 3 0 0 3 Constitutive relations. nonbuckling bracings. Fuzzy logic in GIS; Some case studies. Concepts of continuum mechanics. Membership Functions.methods. Logic and reasoning. Introduction to ANNs. Design and Detailing of Connections Design for Earthquake Forces: Design for ductility. Behaviour and design of members under tension. Connections: Types of fasteners. compression. Decision analysis. bolts and welds. and combined forces (shearbending. Fundamentals of soil plasticity. solids and structures.
Dynamics of foundations: Foundation input motion. Interaction buckling behaviour of coldformed steel members. Pile–cappilesoil interaction. Space structures: Tensile structures. beam columns.Beams and plates on elastic foundation. __________________________________________________________ 38 . __________________________________________________________ CE5690 Theory and Design of Plates and Shells 3 0 0 3 Plate equation in cartesian and polar coordinates for isotropic plates Analysis of rectangular and circular plates with different boundary conditions and loadings Energy methods in analysis of plates Orthotropic plates Plates on elastic foundation. cable roofs. Composite structures: Structural steelconcrete composite beams. Classification of shells Membrane and bending theory for singly curved and doubly curved shells Various approximations Design of cylindrical shells. Tensegrity structures Tubular structures Nonlinearity: Advanced analysis methods Reliability: Robustness of steel structures. Examples and Case studies. Other Metals: Structures in aluminium and stainless steel. Seismic soil structure interaction analysis in time domain for buildings and bridges. Static interaction analysis of structures founded on shallow and deep foundations. Analysis of axially and laterally loaded single pile and pile groups. conoids Analysis of folded plates Design of diaphragms Detailing of reinforcements for shells Framework for shells and folded plates. Buckling: Effective length of compression members. cable supported bridges. Lateral buckling of beams. Behaviour under earthquake and fatigue. HP shells. Foundation embedded in a layered halfspace. Behaviour of piledraft foundations. Limit states design. Elastic and elastoplastic analyses of raft foundations. columns and connections. buckling of plates and shells. ________________________________________________________ CE5700 Advanced Topics in Metal Structures 3 0 0 3 Connections: Behaviour and modelling of semirigid connections under static and cyclic loads. reliability of steel structures.
Rayleigh Ritz. losses in prestress. Instability of beams. folded plates and shells. and flexure combined with axial compression or tension; analysis and design for shear and torsion. beam columns. __________________________________________________________ CE5720 Stability of Structures 3 0 0 3 Concepts of stability Axially Compressed Members Euler buckling Energy. tanks and spatial structures slabs. analysis and design concepts. and Galerkin methods Numerical methods Effects of imperfections. choice of cable profile. stresses at transfer and service loads. Elements of quality assurance acceptance sampling by attributes and by variables multistage sampling. Statistical estimation of parameters from experimental data point estimators and interval estimators. frames Finite Element Method. Decision analysis concepts of utility theory Posterior analysis Preposterior analysis. Hypothesis testing of Civil Engineering models. Statically indeterminate structures Analysis and design continuous beams and frames.CE5710 Prestressed Concrete Design 3 0 0 3 Introduction to prestressed concrete: types of prestressing. linear transformation and concordancy. __________________________________________________________ CE5730 Probability Methods in Civil Engineering 3 0 0 3 Application of basic probability concepts and standard probability distributions of random phenomena in Civil Engineering systems Statistics of extremes. crackwidth calculations Analysis and design of prestressed concrete pipes. Partial prestressing principles. Elements of reliability theory. Statically determinate PSC beams: design for ultimate and serviceability limit states for flexure. systems and devices. code provisions in IS 1343. residual stresses and inelasticity Effect of shear deformation Nonprismatic members. grids. P Delta effects Bracing Requirements. code provisions. Analysis of PSC flexural members: basic concepts. ultimate strength in flexure. Transmission of prestress in pretensioned members; Anchorage zone stresses for posttensioned members. creep and shrinkage effects. Introduction to instability of plates and shells Critical discussion of design specifications. materials. applications to design and operation of Civil Engineering systems. __________________________________________________________ 39 . Composite construction with precast PSC beams and cast insitu RC slab Analysis and design.
Analysis of shells with and without bending. Load Testing of bridges. etc. electrical resistance and other types of strain gauges to study the behaviour of structural materials (concrete. steel beams. __________________________________________________________ CE5800 Analysis and Design of Pavements 3 0 0 3 Introduction:Types and component parts of pavements. etc. __________________________________________________________ CE5790 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. acoustical.CE5740 Experimental Techniques 1 0 3 3 Principles of operations of UTM.) and also of structural members (reinforced concrete beams and columns. Factors affecting design and performance of pavements. stress resultants. plate equilibrium equations. various factors in traffic wheel loads; Equivalent single wheel 40 . used in the experiments planned in the laboratory. strain and force measuring devices. Photoelastic experiments on disc. Equilibrium equations for thin cylindrical shells. Students are sent to Structural Engineering analysis and design organizations/ Consultancy organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. derivation of classical plate equation. hydraulic loading systems. steel. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. Utilisation of Mechanical.) Use of static and dynamic data recording and processing systems. Stresses and strains in flexible pavements: Stresses and strains in an infinite elastic half space – use of Boussinesq's equationsBurmister's two layer and three layer theories; Wheel load stresses. numerical solution in rectangular coordinates for simple problems; Introduction to shells. __________________________________________________________ CE5760 Special Topics in Advanced Structural Mechanics 1 0 0 1 Prerequisites for taking: This course to be run concurrently with the course AM639Advanced Structural Mechanics Beam on elastic foundations short beams thinwall circular cylinders; Analysis of thin plates. Highway and airport pavements. Demonstration of Moire' and stress freezing techniques. strain gauges. simple examples. beam frames and other structural models. etc.
Urban structure. Trip generation modellingvariables influencing trip generation. Rigid pavement design: Design of cement concrete pavement for highways and runways; Design of joints. HIPERPAVE) __________________________________________________________ CE5810 Urban Transportation Planning 4 0 0 4 Urban transportation planning concepts systems approach to the planning process. principle. frictional stresses. reinforcements. tie bars. delay. Asphalt Institute. growthfactor methods and gravity models. Repeated loads and EWL factors; Flexible pavement design methods for highways and airports: Empirical. arrival pattern. and parking surveys; Measurement of traffic noise and street lighting. field of vision. calibration of gravity models; Modal split modelling factors influencing mode choice. Route assignmenttraffic assignment techniques; Transportation surveys; Transport related land use models. speed. headway. glare recovery; Traffic field studies volume. ________________________________________________________ CE5820 Traffic Engineering Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Tests for driver reaction time. warping stresses. Urban goods transport. IRC method of pavement design; Stresses in rigid pavements: Types of stresses and causes; Introduction to Westergaard's equations for calculation of stresses in rigid pavement due to the influence of traffic and temperature; Considerations in rigid pavement analysis. design steps of the different pavement design methods including AASHTO.load of multiple wheels. EWL; wheel load stresses. speed. dowel bars. Asphalt Institute. semiempirical and theoretical approaches; Development. __________________________________________________________ CE5830 Traffic Engineering and Management 4 0 0 4 Traffic characteristics road user and vehicle characteristics; Traffic studies volume. night vision. IRC method of design; Design of continuously reinforced concrete pavements; Use of relevant software in flexible pavement design (KENLAYER. Shell Methods. combined stresses. Design Guide 2002) and concrete pavement design (KENSLAB. discrete choice models. regression analysis and category analysis; Trip distribution modelling factors governing trip distribution. OD and parking studies; Capacity and level of service analysis; Statistical analysis of traffic flow variables; Traffic 41 .
__________________________________________________________ CE5850 Pavement Materials and Evaluation Laboratory 0 0 3 2 Tests for engineering properties of subgrade. __________________________________________________________ CE5840 Industrial Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. Infrastructure Planning: Goals and objectives of infrastructure planning; Identification and quantification of the casual factors influencing the demand for infrastructure; review and application of techniques to estimate supply and demand for infrastructure; use of econometric. Structural and functional condition evaluation of pavements: Pavement evaluation using Benkelman Beam. __________________________________________________________ CE5860 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. advanced technologies; Traffic operations and management; Traffic safetyprinciples and practices. Apart from this. role of infrastructure in economic development.control principles. Students are sent to Traffic planning. methodologies and devices. MERLIN. bases for quantification of demand and supply of various types of infrastructure. Transportation Engineering Design/Pavement Engineering organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. Skid resistance tester; Non destructive measurement of bituminous pavement density. ROMDAS. aggregates and bituminous materials; Bituminous Mixture Design. measurement of infrastructure capacity. __________________________________________________________ CE5870 Infrastructure Planning and Management 3 0 0 3 Introduction: Definition of basic terminologies. social and land use indicators and models to forecast the demand and level of service of infrastructure and its impact on land use; critical review of the 42 . Bump Integrator. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. Indian scenario in respect of adequacy and quality. types of infrastructure. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation.
sanitation – case study examples. their properties. Properties and applications. Common aspects of urban and rural infrastructure management systems; pavement and bridge management systems. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. Metal Matrix Composites (MMC): Metals. Understanding stakeholders’ concerns. Reinforcement Fibers: High strength manmade (glass. Characteristics. Whiskers: Characteristics. Manufacturing methods for thermoset. __________________________________________________________ CE5880 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. Intermetallics and alloys used for MMC and their properties.relevant forecasting techniques; infrastructure planning to identify and prioritise preferred areas for development; Integration of strategic planning for infrastructure at urban. Manufacture of MMC. History. Their characteristic features. Integrated infrastructure management. regulatory framework. properties of composites made and their applications. Polymer Matrix Composites (PMC): Thermoset. Students are sent to the sites of ongoing major projects of the Sponsoring Agency relating to Pavement Engineering to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. Case studies; Emerging trends in infrastructure: Overview of PublicPrivate Sector Participation in infrastructure projects. characteristics and applications. Infrastructure Management: Concepts. Structure. water supply. risk management in infrastructure projects. their properties. etc) and natural fibers. housing. This period of work at site will also be used to identify the topic for project work. thermoplastic and elastomeric polymers. characteristics and utilisation as matrices. Classifications based on structure and matrices. thermoplastic and elastomeric PMC. regional and national levels; case studies in infrastructure planning. Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC): Classification of ceramics and their potential role as matrices. aramid. Industrial scene and applications. Characteristics. airports. __________________________________________________________ CE5890 Composite Materials and Manufacturing 3 0 0 3 Composite Materials: Definition. Functional sensory and smart composites. Structural. properties and applications. waterways. Ultra structure processing 43 . Sectoral Overview: Highways. urban and rural infrastructure: roads. railways. public policy for infrastructure. Advantages and limitations. carbon.
ITS Data collection techniques Detectors. glass. Time series Analysis. cutting. Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL). evaluation of the ITS implementations. cement and gypsum as matrices. Filtering techniques. Electronic Payment. polishing. Advanced Vehicle safety systems. User response and evaluation – User response to ITS implementations around the world. __________________________________________________________ CE5930 Pavement Construction Technology 3 0 0 3 Subgrade: Earthwork grading. riveting and painting. Machine learning techniques. ITS in developing countries. water jet cutting and laser machining. ITS Programs in the World – Overview of ITS implementations in developed countries. Prediction Techniques (OD.). Public Transportation Management. Advanced post processing methods like ultrasonic welding. Manufacture. properties and applications of CMC using fine ceramics. quality control tests as per MoRTH specifications. video data collection. Data Analysis Techniques for ITS – Optimization. plasma coating. Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO). __________________________________________________________ CE5900 Intelligent Transportation Systems 3 0 0 3 Introduction to Intelligent Transportation systems (ITS) – Definition of ITS and Identification of ITS Objectives. ITS User Needs and Services – Travel and Traffic Management. problems in embankment construction on weak and compressible foundation. Information Management. ITS Standards. Advanced Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS). Advanced Public Transportation Systems (APTS). Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI). travel time etc. Development Process. Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS). Commercial Vehicle Operations. Rationale. ITS Policy Issues – institutional.of ceramics. carbon. Traffic Management Centers (TMC). Historical Background. Information Management. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). welding of thermoplastic PMC. ITS functional areas Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS). legal etc. Post Processing Operations: Machining. Benefits of ITS. Telecommunications in ITS – Importance of telecommunications in the ITS systems. Emergency Management. compaction and construction of embankments and cuts for roads. bonding. Advanced Rural Transportation Systems (ARTS). 44 . ITS architecture and Standards ITS Architecture.
drainage and cross drainage. __________________________________________________________ CE5940 Design and Construction of Hill Roads 3 0 0 3 Planning and Design of Hill Roads: Planning of roads in hill areas. construction control and quality control checks for mechanical. binder and surface course layers and their choice. maintenance of drainage system. base. stability analysis.Flexible Pavements: Specifications of materials. construction controls and economics. Numerical problems on mix design and applications. design parameters. application of geosynthetics. present state of art; road construction tools. capacity of hill roads. Recent Developments: Application of Polymers. slopes. Utilisation of waste roducts like flyash. construction methods and field control checks for various types of flexible pavement materials in subbase. Slope Stability and Snow Clearance: Causes of slope movement. Quality control tests; Construction of various types of joints. Drainage: Design and construction of surface and subsurface drainage system for highways and airports. methods of recycling. snow clearance operation. High performance concrete. landslide investigations. fibrereinforced concrete. avalanche control. soilbitumen and soillime stabilisation methods. treatment of icy pavements. design procedures and IRC Guidelines for Drainage of Urban Roads. survey. Recycling Techniques in Bituminous Pavements: Need for recycling. Use of Geosynthetics in Highway Construction: Functions and applications of Geosynthetics in highway embankment. Drainage materials. marginal materials in road construction. Maintenance of Hill Roads: Factors governing performance. high altitude and snow bound areas; use of nonstandard bituminous mixtures for pavements; formation works. Special problems in high rainfall areas and wet /water logging condition. new pavements and overlays. design of horizontal and vertical alignments. mix design. Use of additives. plants and equipments; illustrations. control of erosion. slope protection. strategies for pavement design for snow fall. slag. instrumentation and monitoring. Cement Concrete Pavement Layers: Specifications and method of cement concrete pavement construction; Construction of interlocking block pavements. norms for 45 . planning of maintenance operations. Soil Stabilized Pavement Layers: Principles of gradation/proportioning of soilaggregate mixes and compaction; Design factors. soilcement. economic aspects.
elements of visual image interpretation. traffic management. Remote Sensing Applications: Case studies 46 . chemical and mineralogical analysis techniques (X ray and neutron diffraction. maintenance techniques. Demonstration of techniques will be included wherever applicable and feasible; ii) Characterization of material behaviour: Rheology and viscoelasticity. environmental monitoring. Image Enhancement. Ecology and Environment: Hills roads and environment. rainfall. i) Material characterization. Unsupervised. temperature. Multispectral remote sensing systems. roadway and traffic factors. environmental issues. LIDAR. with some discussion on steel and asphalt. special transformations. road safety audit. spectroscopic techniques). impact of highway projects on environment. Evapotranspiration. counter measures and evaluation. Atmospheric Interaction. optimal maintenance timing and implementation issues. HyperSpectral Imaging. using; Macroscopic and microscopic techniques (visual examination. spectral signature and characteristic of earth objects. safety analysis. and non destructive techniques. optical and scanning electron microscopy). __________________________________________________________ CE 5960 Remote Sensing of Earth Resources 2 0 3 3 Lecture: Physical basis of Remote sensing. Geometric and radiometric correction. Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). execution of maintenance operations in the field. mapping of soil. Safety on Hill Roads: Engineering measures. Photogrammetry. management considerations. Active and passive microwave remote sensing. failure mechanisms and degradation processes. geology. geomorphology. Thermal infrared remote sensing. extracting physical parameters such as soil moisture. digital change detection. CE 5950 Characterization of Construction Materials 3 0 0 3 The course will focus primarily on concrete. safety in construction zones.maintenance. ground truth points. water. parallax measurement. Remote sensing platforms and sensor characteristics. chlorophyll and total suspended solids from remotely sensed data. Image Classification: Supervised. mitigation measures. Accuracy Assessment. vegetation and builtup areas. constitutive relationships. The fundamental principles of the techniques and their application to construction materials will be covered. fracture and fatigue.
__________________________________________________________ CE6050 Construction Personnel Management 3 0 0 3 Sources of lost time.Lab: During the lab section the students will get hands on training in applying the concepts learned during the Lecture using remote sensing software. __________________________________________________________ CE6030 Construction Economics and Finance 3 0 0 3 Construction economics topics time value of money. rate of return. depreciation. process diagrams. productivity assessment tools such as productivity measurement system. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. replacement analysis; Infrastructure financing; Lifecycle costing; Construction accounting; Construction Cost Control; Personnel costs; Equipment costs; Job indirects and markup; Approximate estimates; Construction Finance; Computer applications. __________________________________________________________ CE6010 Construction Contracts and Specifications 3 0 0 3 Comprehensive study of different types of contracts and their working; Problems in the operation of contracts; Claims and disputes; Arbitration case studies; Professional practice ethics. 47 . costbenefit analysis. __________________________________________________________ CE6020 Project 0 0 0 24 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. taxes. duties and responsibilities; Construction specifications standard specifications. evaluation of alternatives. development. communication and team behaviour adapted and applied to construction management; case studies. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. leadership. work sampling. The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area. sources of funding. Basic theories of motivation. inflation. Students are sent to Major Construction sites/Leading Architectural firms/Civil Engineering Design Consultancy organizations to undergo a rigorous training for a period of two months during summer vacation. __________________________________________________________ CE6000 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. foreman delay survey; productivity improvement tools such as crew balance charts. cash flow. interpretation.
Hydration chemistry; Aggregates Geology of concrete aggregates. Tests. Concepts of Green and Sustainable Buildings. Tests and standards; Admixtures for concrete; Concrete mixture proportioning.CE6070 Construction Project Modelling 3 0 0 3 Steps in the modelling & problem solving process; types of models; linear programming; decision analysis; discrete event simulation; other approaches to modelling & optimization; computer software to develop types of models covered. __________________________________________________________ CE6100 Structural Systems Design 3 0 0 3 Design process and conceptual design; Structural requirements; design loads for buildings and structures; Generalised classification and behaviour of structural systems; Structural subsystems and structural elements; materials for structural systems; preliminary analysis and analytical modeling of structural sys5tems; basic design principles of structural components/skeleton; concepts of structural safety. Standards. __________________________________________________________ CE6120 Summer Training 0 0 0 2 The objective of this training is to expose the students to industry environment and practices. Students are sent to Major Construction sites of the sponsoring organisation to undergo a rigorous training for a period 48 . Concrete behaviour: Properties of fresh concrete; Mechanical behaviour of concrete; Durability of concrete. __________________________________________________________ CE6110 Advanced Concrete Technology 3 0 0 3 Concrete materials: Cement Production. Special topics: Special cement and concrete; Advances in concrete construction; Non destructive evaluation of concrete structures; Cementbased composites; Fracture mechanics of concrete. __________________________________________________________ CE6090 Energy Management in Buildings 3 0 0 3 Energy efficiency in construction of buildings (Embodied energy); Energy conservation through landscaping; Passive solar design concepts and Active methods of solar energy utilization in buildings and case studies; Thermal performance of building elements/enclosure; Energy efficiency in design and operation of building services; Energy audit in different types of buildings and Energy Management; Recycling and reuse of water products. Types.
Formulation of objective functions and constraints for environmental engineering planning and design. The assessment of the work done is evaluated. EIA methodologies. Separable and Nonlinear programming models. The problem identification is done jointly by the sponsoring organisation and the course coordinator. __________________________________________________________ CE6140 Project 0 0 0 24 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. Characterization and site assessment. Screening and scooping. General Framework for Environmental Impact Assessment. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. Environmental Risk Analysis. Rapid EIA and Comprehensive EIA. Environmental Legislation. Systems Design and System Synthesis/Scope of applications to environmental engineering Systems. Socioeconomic aspects. __________________________________________________________ CE6180 Environmental Impact Assessment 3 0 0 3 Evolution of EIA: Concepts of EIA. Checklist method. Introduction to Environmental Management Systems. Probabilistic models: Models based on fuzzy models Simulation models: 49 . Dynamic programming. considering the practical issues requiring in depth study as proposed by the sponsoring organisation as well as faculty expertise to guide the project work. Definition of Risk. Matrix Method. Case studies on EIA __________________________________________________________ CE6190 Project 0 0 0 24 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. Fault free analysis. The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area. Environmental Statementprocedures. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. Role of optimization models: Deterministic models/Linear programming. __________________________________________________________ CE6210 Environmental Systems Analysis 3 0 0 3 Significance of Systems Engineering: Systems Analysis. Energy Balance & Management Review. Operational Control.of two months during summer vacation. measures of effectiveness of pollution control activities. Consequence Analysis. Environmental Audit: Cost Benefit Analysis Life cycle Assessment. Resource Balance.
Engineering Seismology and Strong Ground Motion: Computational aspects. Seismic bearing capacity. Seismic Wave Propagation: Computational aspects. Earth structure. Seismic displacement of retaining walls. Design spectra. Liquefaction susceptibility: Historical. Equivalent linear approximation of nonlinear approaches. Elastic rebound theory. Fault rupture mechanics. Compositional and state criteria. Development of site specification and code based design. Earthquake fault sources. __________________________________________________________ CE6320 Engineering Seismology and Hazard Assessment 3 0 0 3 Introduction: Seismic and structural geology. Earthquake ground motion Seismograph. Linear approaches. Continual drift and plate tectonics. Lateral deformation and spreading. Geological. Ground response analysis One dimensional ground response analysis. Seismic tomography. Genetic Algorithm; Case studies. Seismic waves. Design earthquake. __________________________________________________________ CE6310 Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering 3 0 0 3 Earthquake seismology Causes of earthquake. Liquefaction and lateral spreading Liquefaction related phenomena. Quantification of earthquake. Evaluation of liquefaction by cyclic stress and cyclic strain approaches. Introduction to modern tools: Expert systems. Seismic design consideration. Effect of local site conditions on ground motions. Intensity and magnitudes. Criteria for mapping liquefaction hazard zones. Seismic settlement. Earthquake Catalogs and Recurrence Models: Analysis of previous earthquakes. Fault plane solutions (PC based) and source parameters.Applications to environmental systems analysis. Sources of earthquakes. etc. PSHA: A Case Study of Peninsular India and Social Impacts. An assessment of the Potential and Limitations of environmental systems analysis. Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment (PSHA) : Numerical Analysis. Neural networks. Seismic design of foundations Seismic design requirements for foundation. Design loads. Characteristics of ground motion. Earthquake source models. Seismic design of retaining walls: Dynamic response of retaining walls. Earthquake Source Mechanics: Seismotectonics. __________________________________________________________ 50 . Computer code "SHAKE". Seismic instrumentation. Seismic slope stability analysis Internal stability and weakening instability. Elastodynamics.
Down hole test. Determination of critical state parameters.CE6330 Rock Engineering 3 0 0 3 Geological formation of rocks. 3 0 0 3 Finite difference methods to solution of static and dynamic problems in Geomechanicsseepage. Classification of rocks. __________________________________________________________ CE6350 Critical State Soil Mechanics 3 0 0 3 Stresses and strains in soils; stress. __________________________________________________________ CE6390 Field Tests and Monitoring 0 0 3 2 Insitu field density test. Rock support and reinforcement. forced vibration equations; wave propagation pile drivability analysis; Computer aided analysis and design in Geotechnical Engineering. Piezometers. Field vane shear test. Physicomechanical properties of rocks. Rock blasting. Fracture mechanism. Stressstrain behaviour. Cross hole test. consolidation. Block vibration test. Pressure pad. Instrumentation in tunnels. Lateral dynamic pile load test. __________________________________________________________ CE6370 Computer Methods in Geotechnical Engg. Electrical resistivity Survey. Analysis and design of underground openings. electrical and chemical methods; Dynamic 51 . Structural Geology. strain paths invariants; one dimensional and isotropic compression of soils and idealisation; state boundary of compression of soils; stress paths and soil tests; critical state line and Roscoe surface; Drained and undrained planes; Critical state line for sands; Behaviour of overconsolidated soils and Hvorslev surface; Behaviour of soils before failure; Interpretation of index tests in the light of critical state concepts; Camclay models. Pile load test. Vibration measurement. Light cone penetration test. Settlement gauger. weak and compressible deposits; Principles of treatment; Methods of soil improvementlime stabilisation and injection; thermal. Instrumentation for field monitoring: Inclinometer. Soilstructure interaction analysis of shallow and deep foundations and in earth retaining structures 2 and 3 parameter models. Pile integrity test. Failure criteria for intact rock and rock masses. Laboratory and field tests. __________________________________________________________ CE6420 Ground Improvement Techniques 3 0 0 3 Engineering properties of soft. Foundations on rock. Plate load test.
Model complexity: Selection and development. Simulation of overland flows. weak solution. finite difference schemes Leap Frog scheme. Maccormack scheme. solution techniques. simplified equations of unsteady flows. advection. __________________________________________________________ CE6500 Unsteady Open Channel Flows 3 0 0 3 Development of unsteady open channel flow equation. chemical and biological process models. Transport of materials. basic equation of unsteady flows. explicit vs. dispersion. FEM and Finite volume techniques. conservative and nonconservative pollutants. diffusion. and estuaries. Governing Equations for flow and transport in surface and subsurface waters. The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area. surges in power canals. coupled and uncoupled models. sources and sinkspoint and nonpoint. adsorption. implicit methods. Stream quality modelling using QUAL2E Groundwater transport modelling using SUTRA. __________________________________________________________ CE6480 Contaminant Transport Modelling 3 0 0 3 Introduction: Transport phenomenon. Numerical methods of solution of the unsteady flow equation: method of characteristics. data requirements for calibration. linear and nonlinear models. dambreak 52 . The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area. __________________________________________________________ CE6490 Project 0 0 0 24 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. High resolution techniques. __________________________________________________________ CE6430 Project 0 0 0 21 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. explicit and implicit schemes. Choice of models and case studies. Lax Wandroff 2nd order scheme. model resolution. and stability. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. numerical errors. streams.consolidation; Vibroflotation; Compaction by blasting; Preconsolidation with vertical drains; Granular piles; Soil nailing; Anchors; Grouting; Electroosmosis; Soil freezing; Vacuum consolidation; Case histories. simplified models for lakes. bioremediation. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. Numerical models: FDM. application and evaluation of environmental control.
Finite element method applications to surges and flood computation. multidimensional estuarine water quality models. lakes in series. __________________________________________________________ CE6530 Environmental Hydraulics 3 0 0 3 Introduction to biologic phenomena. contamination propagation in groundwater and surface water flows. water balance model. dispersion estimation of diffusion coefficient. __________________________________________________________ CE6510 Finite Elements in Water Resources 3 0 0 3 Water resources flow domain treated as a continuum. role of simulation in water resources engineering. Lakes: physical and hydrologic characteristics. estuaries and lakes. Ecological systems: analytical solutions. matrix equations. bays and harbours: estuary hydrology. Eutrophication with reference to an aquatic system. derivations of boundary conditions. finite difference in time domain. Estuaries. water balance. need for FEM in water resources problems. finite difference models.Venant's equations of onedimensional flow in channels.problem. density currents. sources and sinks. time domain simulation. appropriateness of these formulations to different problems. external sources of nutrients. environmental control. tides stratified flows. Hydrologic simulation continuous simulation models. Disolved Oxygen and kinetic relationships in river system. application of Monte Carlo simulation techniques in hydrology. Basics of FEM: different formulations. Diffusion equation in groundwater flow. shallow water wave equations. lake and reservoir models. Indicator bacteria and their distribution in rivers and streams. multiple sources and superposition. St. __________________________________________________________ CE6520 Simulation Modelling in Water Resources 3 0 0 3 Principles of simulation. mixed system. Multiobjective and hierarchical systems. continuity. heat balance. continuous flow microbiological system. weighted residual and Galerkin methods. thermal stratification. momentum equation models. single event models. EPA water quality models. Urban runoff models. modified NavierStokes Equations for twodimensional flow problems. variational. evaporation. simplified lake phytoplankton models. integral equations for element matrices. Types of differential equations governing flow: Laplace Equation for irrotational flow. simplfied river and stream 53 . Stochastic streamflow modelling. Domain discretisation different types of elements. Solution methods using computers Examples in the application of FEM in Analysis and Design of water engineering systems.
__________________________________________________________ CE6670 Structural Engineering Design Studio 0 0 9 3 Planning. light attenuation. acoustical. Nondestructive testing techniques.). Electrical Resistance. unsteady flow models. hydrobiomodelling. each student is required to study and prepare a detailed presentation with a view of enhancing their presentation skills on technical presentation. etc. Photoelasticity Optics of photoelasticity Polariscope Isoclinics and Isochromatics Methods of stress separation Frozen stress method. detritus. classification. Water Quality criteria and water standards: the physical environment water quality system. Introduction to holography and Moire's techniques. Strain gauge circuits The potentiometer and the Wheatstone bridge Effects of lead wires.. Bridges. Consumer. P. salinity. information flow diagram for ecological system. Apart from this.. __________________________________________________________ CE6650 Industrial Seminar 0 0 3 1 Experts from the Civil Engineering industry are invited to deliver lectures on field related issues and share their professional experience. Storage structures. strain pressure. single and coupled system applications. shallow water equation. principles of superposition. etc. force. three dimensional hydrodynamics. Static & Dynamic testing techniques Equipment for loading. temperature models. eutrophication control. torque etc. Water quality modeling in rivers and streams: steady state conservative and nonconservative pollutant transport general solution. Indicating and recording devices Static and dynamic data recording Data (digital and analogue) acquisition and processing systems Telemetry systems. Analysis and Design of Industrial structures. thermocline effects in estuarine bay.eutrophication analysis. spatial flow variation. N. switches. Material handling 54 . Towers. Eddy simulation in lakes and estuaries. water quality response to distributed sources. C and CO2 system. Type of strain gauges (Mechanical. Strainanalysis methods Rosette analysis. Multi storeyed buildings. Electrical resistance strain gauges Gauge sensitivity and gauge factor Environmental effects. Mangroves importance. finite segment and finite difference models. unsteady flows in mixed tidal estuary.. __________________________________________________________ CE6620 Experimental Analysis 3 0 0 3 Basic concepts in measurement Measurement of displacement. dispersion Ke models for shallow lakes. Use of electrical resistance strain gauges in transducer applications.
Behaviour. shallow and deep foundations design and constructional aspects. method of analysis precautions for construction of shallow foundations. method of installation. Poisson's ratio. Special emphasis on Earthquake resistant design. arch bridges. Design. Foundation for heavy structures.equipment and special structures. total and differential settlement tolerance for various types of structures. Interpretation of soil profile for design parameters like modulus of compressibility. Behaviour. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area. different types of Rafts. their impact on analysis and design. analysis and design of steel bridge decks: girder bridges. __________________________________________________________ CE6710 Bridge Engineering 3 0 0 3 Introduction Classification and components of bridges. Equipment foundation subject to dynamic loads. IRS) Analysis and design of RC and PSC bridge decks: slab culvert bridges. behaviour of skew bridge decks. detailing and preparation of drawings. load distribution in slabs and beams. Modern methods of construction of concrete. bowstring girder bridges. substructure and foundations piers and abutments of different types. steel and composite bridges. Disphragm. Loads on bridges loading standards for highway and railway bridges (IRC. wall Design and construction. Under ground structures strategies for 55 . __________________________________________________________ CE6690 Project 0 0 0 18 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. bridge aesthetics. investigations for Bridges. Modulus of subgrade reaction. well foundations. Codal practices for permissible load under vertical and lateral loads. etc. Raft foundations for Building and Tower structures including effects of soil structures interaction and nonlinearity. conceptual bridge design. layout and planning. choice of type of the bridges. historical perspective. __________________________________________________________ CE6720 Advanced Design of Foundation System 3 0 0 3 Criteria for foundation choice; Bearing capacity. bridge appurtenances. Design of bearings. truss bridges. Geotechnical aspects in foundation design. Pile foundations types. caisson foundations. Introduction to analysis and design of long span bridges: suspension and cable stayed bridges. analysis and design of RC and PSC boxgirder bridge decks. composite construction. slabandbeam bridges.
__________________________________________________________ 56 . Application to structural Optimization. construction techniques. Detailing of RC members and joints. Nonlinear Programming: Deterministic Methods_ Unconstrained and constrained Optimization KuhnTucker conditions. Design Wind speeds and risk coefficients.instrumentation and monitoring of foundation performances. steel and concrete structures framed structures. spectral description structural response of the linelike structure. Pushover analysis. __________________________________________________________ CE6740 Advanced Analysis and Design for 3 0 0 3 Wind and Earthquake Forces Engineering Seismology. constrained Optimization Direct and Indirect methods SLP. Design and detailing of Steel structures including braced and momentresistant frames. ductility and energy dissipation capacity. Review of Linear Algebra: Vector spaces. Linear Programming: Revised Simplex method. Application of NLP methods to optimal structural design problems. Damage evaluation and retrofit techniques. Simulated annealing. Principles of Capacity Design. Design wind pressure and pressure coefficients. Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Neural Networks based approaches for structural optimization problems. Reanalysis techniques Approximation concepts Design sensitivity Optimization of sections. gust factors. Along wind and ovalling excitation design impact and counter measures. Inelastic cyclic behaviour of steel and reinforced concrete structures. Applications to discrete size. Inelastic Design Response Spectra (IDRS). SQP and SUMT. Direct search and gradient methods One dimensional search methods DFP and BFGS algorithms. canonical forms. Stochastic Optimization Methods: Genetic Algorithms Binary coding Genetic Operators Simple Genetic Algorithm (SGA) and variable length Genetic Algorithm (VGA). Design philosophy. __________________________________________________________ CE6730 Structural Optimization 3 0 0 3 Formulation of Structural Optimization problems: Design variables Objective function constraints. Fully stressed design. Optimality criteria based methods. Response reduction factors. bridge structures. wind tunnel testing. basis and dimension. Aerodynamics damping Aerodynamics instability: Vortex shedding. Liquefaction problems of soil. Configuration and shape optimization problems. Vortex shedding. Code provisions. experimental techniques; Application of relevant IS codes to practical design Wind gust loading: Basic concepts. Aeroelastic excitation: galloping flutter. Ground Motion parameters.
Software Tools for CAD: Programming paradigms Object Oriented Programming Introduction to C++ Computer modelling of engineering systems Data Structures pointers. Case studies of industrial applications. Database Management System Database models Concepts of RDBMS Engineering Database Management systems Concepts of Database Programming. Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems Knowledge Representation Rules. Laboratory exercises: Linear statics: Problems in plane stress/strain. Transportation Engineering and Environmental Engineering. Material handling structures. Plate with circular hole using submodeling technique. Interactive graphics. storage structures and other supporting structures for equipments. Analysis and design of different types of power plants Chimneys. structures and classes. arrays. Solution of 2D rolling / forging process using nonlinear finite element analysis. Graphical User Interfaces Windows. Induced draught and Natural draught cooling towers. Preprocessors for FEA modeling. __________________________________________________________ CE6770 Finite Element Analysis Software Laboratory 0 0 3 2 FEA software packages and Applications. Intake towers. plate bending and shells. Transient analysis of chassis frame. Transformations. Geotechnical Engineering. Development of CAE systems for different civil engineering applications such as in Building Technology and Construction Management. axisymmetric solids. Dynamic analysis: Modeling for dynamic analysis: Free vibration analysis of a drive line. Nonlinear static analysis: Typical problems in Geometric and Material Nonlinear analysis: Analysis of leaf spring. Analysis of welded structures. 57 . Joint with gusset plates. Segmentation. Process models prototypes in Civil Engineering. Graphics standards Graphics Programming. Computer Graphics Basic principles. Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering. Free vibration analysis of reactor vessel. Drafting AutoCAD.CE6750 CAD in Civil Engineering 3 0 0 3 Concepts of Computer Aided Design Role of Computers in engineering process. Turbogenerator Foundation. Thermal stress analysis: Analysis of a valve and piston. Frames and Semantic networks Inference Strategies. __________________________________________________________ CE6760 Structures for Power plants 3 0 0 3 Planning. Axisymmetric analysis of flange. Programming techniques for computer modelling of civil engineering problems. Introduction to Hardware and Software Systems for Computer Aided Engineering. Structural Engineering.
interchange types and general design considerations; Highway capacity influencing factors and analysis for different types of roads. Discrete size and topology / shape optimization. __________________________________________________________ CE6810 Geometric Design of Highways 3 0 0 3 Design controls and criteria for geometric design of roads; Sight distances; Design of horizontal. Applications. __________________________________________________________ CE6820 Public Transportation 3 0 0 3 Development of public transportation; Modes of urban passenger transportation – types and characteristics; Advanced Public Transportation Systems – technologies and applications; Planning of 58 . baggage and cargo handling systems; Lighting. Numerical Optimization Techniques: Nonlinear programming fundamentals.CE6790 Engineering Design Optimization and 3 0 0 3 Reliability Analysis Formulation of design optimization problems. layout and design of runways. Genetic modeling. Multiobjective Optimization. __________________________________________________________ CE6800 Airport Planning and Design 3 0 0 3 Air transportation; Classification and size of airports; Aircraft characteristics; Air traffic control; Airport location and necessary surveys; Planning. visual aids. level of service; Geometric design considerations for parking lots; Software applications. Introduction to Reliability analysis: Concepts of structural safety and design; Basic statistics and probability theory; Probabilistic models for loads and resistance parameters; Formulation of structural reliability for components. Exact solutions for special cases. Unconstrained optimization Direct search and Gradient Methods. Evolutionary Computation Methods Genetic algorithms Genetic operators Selection schemes Sharing and niching. Computer programs and application to practical problems. vertical and threedimensional alignment; Safety; Characteristics and design considerations for freeways/expressways; Atgrade intersections types. Constrained optimization Sequential Unconstrained Minimization Techniques Penalty Function. airport drainage; Operations and scheduling; Ground transportation facilities; Airport capacity and delays. taxiways and aprons; Terminal service facilities passenger. Approximate solutions. design considerations; Grade separations and interchanges structures. Introduction to finite element reliability methods.
way and station capacities. and internalrate of return methods; Indirect costs and benefits of transport projects; Financial aspects of transport projects. finding maximum flow values for capacitated networks. system and service planning; Transit system performance; Transit capacity analysis – definitions. and marginal costs; Pricing of transport services; Road user costs vehicle operating costs. elasticity of demand; Supply of transport services development of systems supply function; Transport costs Longrun and shortrun costs. Methods of evaluation Costbenefit ratio. __________________________________________________________ CE6850 Transport and Environment 3 0 0 3 Classification. noise levels and noise control; Effects of transportation noise. costs on capacitated networks; Capacity of a roadway; Bottlenecks; Approaches to traffic flow theory; Traffic flow relationships flow at different densities. temporal and spatial variations. shock wave phenomenon. plants and materials; Vehicular emissions. cost of travel time. safety regimes; Management and operations of public transportation; Comparative analysis and selection of modes; Coordination of transit modes; Policy considerations; Future of public transportation; Software applications __________________________________________________________ CE6840 Traffic Flow Theory 3 0 0 3 Traffic variables and parameters; Flow through transportation networks various types of graphs. road traffic noise. aircraft noise; Active noise control. vibration control principles; Noise survey; Environmental Impact Statements and case studies on noise control. __________________________________________________________ 59 . effects of air pollutants on humans. __________________________________________________________ CE6860 Transportation Economics 3 0 0 3 Economic significance of transport; Demand for transport Influencing factors. determination of link and chain flows. first year rate of return. Noise measurements. train and rail noise. net present value. meterology and photochemical reactivity of pollutants; Monitoring and control measures of automobile emissions; EIA studies of highways and ambient air quality standards. timespace diagram; Probabilistic distributions headway and speed; Queuing theory as applied to traffic flow; Traffic dynamics microscopic and macroscopic models; Indices of Level Of Service (LOS) as offered to road users. sources. and accident costs; Evaluation of transport projects.transit systems – Transportation System Management. fixed and variable costs.
strip method). Limit analysis (yield line method. The project work is defined by matching the requirements of the sponsoring organisation. distributed field theory. Shear walls Stresses and strains in membrane elements. Softened truss model. analysis. prediction. Behaviour of Members under Shear: BeamsTruss mechanism. need for integrated transportation systems at the city and regional levels; Broad policy framework; Intelligent Transportation Systems functional areas. and evaluation of transportation networks; Urban transportation problems and prospects. rotation of plastic hinges. __________________________________________________________ CE7000 Project 0 0 0 20 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. technology applications. shear deformation. Interaction of flexure and shear. softened membrane model). __________________________________________________________ CE6930 Project 0 0 0 18 The project work extends through the third and fourth semester. the faculty expertise and the interest of the students. Truss models (modified compression field theory. shear force versus deformation 60 . energy profile. __________________________________________________________ CE 7120 Advanced Topics in Structural Concrete 3 0 0 3 Behaviour of Concrete and Steel: Constitutive models for concrete under uniaxial and multiaxial state of stress; failure theories for concrete; Creep. entropy as accessibility index; Design. development of hinge properties; SlabsElastic analysis. Behaviour of Members under Axial Load: Axial load versus deformation behaviour; Effect of confining the concrete; effect of tension stiffening of concrete. Behaviour of Members under Flexure: Beams Moment versus curvature behaviour. shrinkage and temperature effects in concrete; stressstrain relationship for steel reinforcing bars. The project work is defined based on the interest of the students to specialize in a particular area.CE6870 Transportation Systems Analysis 3 0 0 3 Introduction to transportation systems. ductility. Students are expected to carry out independent work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation. their impacts on resource utilisation and human environment; Transportation innovations; Demand modeling. interrelationships with the human activity and economic systems. Behaviour of Members under Combined Flexure and Axial Load: Moment versus curvature behaviour under axial load. Students are expected to carry out independent research work on the chosen topic and submit a thesis for evaluation.
Introduction to viscoelasticity; linear and non linear response. SIF. Griffith’s Energy Theory. __________________________________________________________ CE 7620 Rheology of Civil Engineering Materials 3 0 0 3 Introduction to Rheology; Purely viscous. asphalt and modified asphalt. normal stress differences and secondary flows; Experimental rheometry: capillary. CarreauYasuda. softening of concrete. Jintegral. Fracture behaviour of HSC and HPC. Ellis. Instability and R curve. Fracture mechanics of concrete: Why fracture mechanics of concrete? Nonlinear fracture models. Effect of finite size. fracture at atomic level. Energy release rate. Analysis of Disturbed Regions: Strutandtie model. Behaviour of Members under Torsion: Truss model; Torque versus twist behaviour; Interaction of flexure. stress concentration factor. cone and plate. elastic and viscoelastic materials; NonNewtonian pheonomena; Viscometric functions for simple shear. cracktip plasticity. sinusoidal. ratetype models and integral models. fracture process zone. Behavior of linear viscoelastic material under oscillatory loading – Temperature effect and timetemperature superposition principle; Linear viscoelastic stress analysis – elastic viscoelastic correspondence principle; Nonlinear viscoelasticity – Kernel functions for creep and stress relaxation; Experimental methods for measuring viscoelastic response of civil engineering materials such as concrete. transient and elongational flows; Generalized Newtonian models Powerlaw. RILEM fracture energy. size effect. composites and asphalt mixtures. Modelling of Damage: Based on pushover analysis; based on nonlinear timehistory analysis. Finite Element Modelling of Structural Concrete __________________________________________________________ CE7200 Fracture Mechanics of Concrete 3 0 0 3 Linear Elastic fracture mechanics: Overview of fracture mechanics. concentric disk and eccentric disk geometries; Application to cement paste. Issues related to rheology of electrorheological and magnetorheological fluids.behaviour. __________________________________________________________ 61 . Casson and HerschelBulkley; Issues related to measurement of viscosity. Boltzmann's superposition principle. analysis of dual systems. coaxialcylinder. Behaviour under Cyclic Loads: Strength and stiffness degradation of flexural members; hysteresis and pinching; beamcolumn joints. shear and torsion. Interface fracture. CTOD. Oldroyd. Bingham.
Micromechanics with applications to concrete and composites; Plasticity: Yield and failure criteria. fracture of functionally graded materials. advanced numerical methods for the treatment of brittle and ductile failure – Introduction to meshless and particle methods covering construction of 62 . Fluidstructure interaction problems related to liquidstorage tanks and offshore structures.CE 7640 Elastic and Plastic Analysis 3 0 0 3 Review of Continuum Mechanics: Mathematical preliminaries. stretching and shearing of beams and plates; Inflation. __________________________________________________________ CE7770 Computational Fracture Mechanics 3 0 0 3 Multiscale view of fracture and fatigue. Experimental issues in determining the stored energy with applications to elastomers and polymers. various computational methods for evaluation of fracture parameters. classical theory of plasticity. application to steel. General representation for stress. Kinematics. __________________________________________________________ CE7710 Advanced Structural Dynamics 3 0 0 3 Wave Propagation in one and two dimensions. Dynamics of a mass on an elastic half space; computational structural dynamics solution of dynamic equations by convolution. timestep integration. torsion and shearing of cylinders; Inflation of shells; Wave propagation; Torsion of closed and open sections. Design for extreme dynamic loads such as impact. Non linear vibration. taxonomy of computational approaches. Elements of Random vibration. frequency domain methods Modal synthesis in frequency domain Substructuring techniques spatially periodic structures Numerical methods for nonlinear hysteretic systems Lanczos method. Wind induced vibration of Structures Variational formulation of equations of motion. extension. __________________________________________________________ CE7720 Structural Reliability 3 0 0 3 Concepts of structural safety and Design Basic statistics and probability theory probabilistic models for loads and resistance parameters Structural Reliability methods Multiple safety factor formats Level II and III Reliability Methods Simulation methods for structural safety Reliability based structural design. blast and seismic loading. reviews of linearelastic and elasticplastic fracture mechanics. Balance laws; Elasticity: Finite and Linearized elasticity. Dynamic soilstructure interaction. soil and concrete. endochronic theory; Boundary value problems (case study): Bending. cyclic loading of metals. complex modes. Reliability of structural systems theory offshore and Nuclear Structures.
High performance FORTRAN. Extended finite element method. Performance measures scalability. __________________________________________________________ ID5020 MultiBody Dynamics and Applications 3 0 0 3 Kinematics of particles and Rigid bodies Euler angles. Engine Dynamics. Distributed shared memory systemscluster computing. Concurrency. Variational Formulation of MDOF equations of motion; modelling mass damping; Force and support excited MDOF systems. __________________________________________________________ ID5030 Computational Structural Dynamics 3 1 0 4 Review of systems with single degree of freedom. Deformable Multi Body Dynamic Simulation. Formulations of Constrained Dynamics Equations Lagrange Multipliers. Programming: Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) and Message Passing Interface (MPI). velocity and acceleration. and level set method. Design methodologies and applications: Introduction to Multigrid methods Multi computer multigrid. Constraints formulation in Multi Body Systems Formulation of joint constraints for various joints used in practice. __________________________________________________________ ID5010 High Performance Computing for Engineering Applications 3 0 0 3 Basic concepts: Introduction to parallel computing fundamentals shared memory and distributed memory systems. Domain decomposition and partition techniques communicatiton among partitions agglomeration. element free Galerkin and discontinuous approximations. position. data distribution.interpolation functions on a scattered set of points. speedup and other measures. Vector and matrix operations. Solution of dynamics equations by 63 . Load balancing and mapping. Multi Body Dynamics Solution Numerical Integration Application to Vehicle Dynamics. Performance analysis. analytical methods for arbitrary discontinuities and interfaces – Partition of unity concept. Stability Analysis. Virtual work application in dynamics and Lagrange's equation. Tyre models in Vehicle dynamics. Algorithms: Design of algorithms on shared memory and distributed memory systems. Case studies and engineering applications to illustrate the various steps in design methodologies and implementation. scalable programming rules and analysis. Rigid body Dynamics D'Alembert's Principle. Different interconnection networks parameters system performance. Iterative methods LU and QR decompositions Parallel Solvers. Generalized displacement. Data parallelism. Power Train Dynamics.
Programming and applications to nonlinear analysis. Material Nonlinear Analysis constitutive modeling. Analysis of stress Cauchy stress. Solution Techniques for nonlinear analysis NewtonRaphson and modified NewtonRaphson methods. Modal superposition principles. Spatially periodic structures. modal errors modal acceleration method. straindisplacement relationsGreen Lagrange strain.convolution. Second Piola Kirchhoff stress. Complex modes. Guyan reduction. timestep integration. Lanczos. 3D and 2D beam elements. tensor and matrix notations. Plane Stress/strain. Substructuring techniques. Analysis of shells Degenerated shell elements four and eight noded elements Reduced / Selective integration techniques. Package programs; Pre and Post Processing. Geometric Nonlinear Analysis Total and Updated lagrangian formulations 3D and 2D truss elements. Deformation and strain Description of motion. _____________________________________________ Academic Section Publication – June 2010 – 400 copies 64 . __________________________________________________________ ID7010 Advanced Finite Element Analysis 3 0 0 3 Analysis of platesShear deformation ReissnerMindlin theory– Reduced / Selection integration techniques. Extraction of natural truncation frequencies & modes by Subspace Iteration. Modal Synthesis in frequency domain. Finite element modeling Discretization Error estimates adaptive meshing Adaptive Finite element analysis. Risks/Wempner and Crisfield methods. Elastoplastic problems yield criteria concepts of hardening. Introduction to continuum mechanics Vector. Direct integration method Explicit and Implicit methods. General Dynamic Reduction; Case studies. Fast Fourier transforms. axisymmetric element Plate/shell element. Post buckling analysis of structures Displacement incrementation methods. Stress updates solution algorithms. Application to oneandtwo dimensional problems. Eulerian or Almansi's strain.