Course of Study and Scheme of Examination B.E. Civil Engineering (New) SEMESTER – VIII
S.No Course Course Code (New) Category Subject Period Per Week Distribution of Marks Theory Practical Exam Exam Internal Assessment MST L 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. DC-24 DC-25 DC-26 CE-801 CE-802 CE-803 Geo. Technical Engg. II Construction Planning & Management Advanced Structural Design-II (Steel) 3 3 3 3 0 0 12 T 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 P 2 0 2 0 8 4 16 C 6 4 6 4 8 4 32 I 100 100 100 100 400 II 50 50 150 50 300 20 20 20 20 80 III 30 30 110 50 220 TW Total I+II+III 50 20 50 20 110 50 300 200 120 200 120 260 100 1000 Total
DC-27 Refer Table Below Elective –II DC-28 NECC-11 CE-805 CE-806 Major Project General Proficiency Total
Minimum Pass Marks (A) Theory : 35 Percent (B) Practical : 50 Percent Elective - II : CE-8201 CE-8202 CE-8203 CE-8204 CE-8205 CE-8206 CE-8207
Duration (C) Duration of Theory Paper 3 hrs.
Structural Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering Pavement Design Air Quality Monitoring & Control Energy Efficient & Green Building Design of Prestrassed Conc. Structure Water Power Engineering Advance Water Resources Energy
W.e.f.-July – 2010
Limits of total and differential settlements. Engg. Criteria for design.Marks-35 Duration-3hrs. Terzaghi. materials. Field compaction control. Unit . Piles under tension. inclined and lateral load Caissons. Cement. Unit . Static and dynamic formulae. I.. Factors affecting compaction. Cantilever and anchored sheet piles.Marks-100 Min.c.II Deep Foundation : Pile foundation.C.V Sheet piles/Bulkheads and Machine foundation : Classification of sheet piles/bulkheads. estimation of individual and group capacity of piles in cohesion less and cohesive soils.
W. Cofferdams. Characteristics of expansive and collapsible soils. Meyerh of and Hansan. Lime.S.15
Category of Course Civil Engineering Department DC-24 Course Title Geo Tech. Plate load test. Mass-spring analogy. Design of block foundation for impact type of machine. Negative skin friction. Settlement of pile group. Proctor compaction tests.II
Unit . . Effect of vibration on soils. Factors effecting B. Various equipment for field compaction and their suitability.IV Soil Exploration and Foundations on Expansive and Collapsible soils : Methods of soil exploration. Thermal.f. Planning of exploration programme for buildings. General and local shear failures. Bearing capacity of foundation on cohesion less and cohesive soils. Well foundation. materials and uses. Types of piles. their treatment. Engg. Engg. Modes of vibration. types. Analysis for stability tilts and shifts. Determination of bearing capacity. Lift thickness. Unit .e. Equilibrium of wells.III Soil Improvement Techniques : Compaction. LABORATORY WORK: Laboratory work will be based on the course of Geotech. code on B. Field and laboratory methods. under.II Course Code CE801 L 3 Credits-6C T 1 P 2 Theory Papers (ES) Max. Engg. Construction techniques on expansive and collapsible soils. Unit . I.
Branch: Civil Engineering-VIII Semester
Course: CE801 Geo Tech.reamed piles and their design. remedial measures. Skempton. Disturbed and undisturbed samples and samplers for collecting them. Properties of soil affected by compaction. Bitumen.-July – 2010
. functions. Electrical-stabilisation and sabilisation by grouting. highways and earth dams. I & II as required for soil investigations of engineering projects and not covered in the lab. CNS layer. Work of Geotech. . Geo-synthetics. types and applications.I Shallow Foundations : Type of foundations shallow and deep. Vibration isolation. Chemical. Theories of bearing capacity Prandle. Natural frequency. Balla. Pile load test. Soil stabilisation : Mechanical.
4. 2. by B.e.Std. 10.Laxmi Publiscations Delhi Modern Geotech. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg. 6. by Dr.Venkatramaiah-New AGe International Publishers. Relevant IS Code
W. 2.f. Engg. 5.C. by GALeonards McGraw Hill Book Co. Engg. Punmia . 5. 8. Inc. Vane Shear test CBR Test Demonstration of • Plate Load Test • SPT & DCPT
Reference Books :-1. Publishers Delhi Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg.16
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 3. Engg. Geotech. Alam Singh-IBT Publishers Delhi. 7. 9. by C. Arora . by Dr. Proctor Test Indian Standard Heavy Compaction Test/Modified Proctor Test Determination of field density by Core Cutter Method Determination of field density by Sand Replacement Method Determination of field density by Water Displacement Method The corifiled Compression Test Triaxial compression test Lab. 4. 6. 3. K.R. Delhi Found. Indian Standard Light Compaction Test/Std.-July – 2010
W. specifications for various trades of engineering works. Construction Equipment by Peurify CPM by L. Unit -IV Specifications & Public Works Accounts: Importance. secured advance. tools and plants. Srinath Construction Management by S. types of specifications. concreting. technical sanction. arbitration.
Reference Books :1.Marks-35 Duration-3hrs. hoisting. final bill. Unit -III Contracts: Different types of controls. pile driving. welfare facilities. Unit -II Construction equipments: Factors affecting selection. administrative approval.Marks-100 Min. Problem of equipment management.A. rate list. various types of running bills. Management & Accounts by Harpal Singh Tendering & Contracts by T. notice inviting tenders. principles of construction management.S. 4. measurement book. dredging. Unit-V Site Organization & Systems Approach to Planning: Accommodation of site staff. modern management techniques like CPM/PERT with network analysis. investment and operating cost. departmental method of construction. cash book. 5. job layout. labour laws and human relations. Seetharaman CPM & PERT by Weist & Levy Construction. imprest account. security deposit and earnest money. safety engineering.e. compaction and grouting. assignment model. 6. conveyance. shovel truck performance with waiting line method. transportation model and waiting line modals with their applications. personnel in construction. various organization charts and manuals.
Branch: Civil Engineering-VIII Semester
Course: CE802 Construction Planning & Management
Unit -I Preliminary and detailed investigation methods: Methods of construction.17
Category of Course Civil Engineering Department DC-25 Course Title Construction Planning & Management Course Code CE802 L 3 Credits-4 T 1 P 0 Theory Papers (ES) Max. brief study of equipments required for various jobs such as earth work. contract document. 2. form work and centering. output of various equipments. Schedule of construction.-July – 2010
. 3. conditions of contract. materials at site account. contractor’s staff.f. Various forms used in construction works.
Marks-100 Min. Steel Str. Unit – III Water Tanks: Pressed steel tanks. circular with hemispherical bottom and conical bottom. Unit .e. Bearings for bridges. Design of Steel Structures – Punia 3. Silos & Towers
Reference Books :-
1. Unit – V Bunkers.II (Steel)
Unit – I Plate girder bridges (Riveted and welded) Unit – II Trussed girder bridges for railways and highways (IRC & IRS holding). Design of steel structures – L. by Arya & Ajmani 5.
Branch: Civil Engineering-VIII Semester
Course: CE803 Advanced Structural Design.-July – 2010
.f.S. Steel Str. by Ramchandra Vol II 4. Negi
W. Design of Steel Structures – Ramammutham 2. rectangular. square.IV Chimneys: Guyed and self supporting steel stacks. tanks with ordinary plates.Marks-35 Duration-3hrs.18
Category of Course Civil Engineering Department DC-26 Course Title Advanced Structural Design-II (Steel) Course Code CE803 L 3 Credits-6 T 1 P 2 Theory Papers (ES) Max.
Project and shall submit design and a set of drawings on the project.Marks-100 Min.I Course Code CE805 L 0 Credits-8 T 0 P 8 Theory Papers (ES) Max.I
Each candidate shall work on an approved Civil Engg.Marks-35 Duration-3hrs.19
Category of Course Civil Engineering Department DC-28 Course Title Major Project .
Branch: Civil Engineering-VIII Semester
Course: CE805 Major Project .
W.f.e.-July – 2010
V.Definitions of the basic terms related to earthquake (magnitude.. Analysis of Nonlinear Response.V.-July – 2010
. New York. Response to Arbitrary. Structural Dynamics. Modal and Response History Analysis. NJ 3. Reference Books :-1.. construction of Response spectrum for Elastic and Inelastic systems.IV.f. Berg G. Provisions of IS : 1893 and IS : 4326 for aseismic design of structures. epicenter.Theory and Applications to Earthquake Enginering. Elements of seismology . Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response . focus etc. Unit . Design of structures for strength & servicability. Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures. Code for ductile detailing IS : 13920.Prentice Hall of India. Dynamics of structures McGraw Hill.II. Paz Mario. Ramp and Pulse Excitations.Nature of dynamic loading resulting from earthquake. Unit .
W. Systems with distributed mass & elasticity. intensity.W. Multiple DOF systems : Stiffness and Flexibility matrices for shear buildings.Undamped and Damped. Newmark’s and Wilson .q method.K. Response to Harmonic and periodic excitations. Chopra A.I. Unit . Step. free and forced vibrations-undamped and damped. 2. Delhi 4. & Penzien J.).III. Introduction to frequency domain analysis. Prentice Hall of India. Single DOF systems .e. seismographs Earthquake Response of structures . Elements of Structural Dynamics. methods based an Interpolation of Excitation. Unit .Time stepping methods.20
CE-8201 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS & EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Unit . Englewood Cliffs. Clough R. CBS Publishers. Dynamics of structures . Ductility and energy absorption. New Delhi.
Evaluation and Strengthening of Existing Pavements : Benkleman beam method. Rigid and flexible overlays and their design procedures. Reference Books :-1. Westergaard’s stress theory stresses in rigid pavements. Portland Cement Association. Washington. Washington DSIR. Fatigue analysis. D. "Modern Permanent Way"
W.C. Reliability analysis. joints. 2. critical combination of stresses. Unit -IV. Stress distribution through various layers. 5. Guidlines for Design of Rigid Pavements. methods of design.f. PCA chart method. CBR method. repetition of loads and their effects on the pavement structures. Burmister’s method and North Dakota cone method.J. critical loading positions. warping stresses.-July – 2010
. “AASHO Interim Guide for Design of Pavement Structures”. Witczak AASHO. Unit -III.Yoder & M. design and construction & types. 3. Rigid Pavements : Evaluation of subgrade. calculation of ESWL. Serviceability Index Method. Boussinesque’s theory . stresses in flexible pavements. Equivalent Single Wheel Load (ESWL) : Definition. Conc. Rigid pavement design : IRC method. frictional stresses. Burmister’s two layered theory. group index method.e. Temperature stresses. 4. Roads Design & Construction Srinivasan M. Flexible Pavements : Component parts of the pavement structures and their functions. AASHTO Method.W.21
CE-8202 PAVEMENT DESIGN
Unit -I. Principles of pavement design by E. Unit -II. Unit -V. Modulus-K by plate bearing test and the test details.
V Air pollution control legislation. standards of air pollution. Principle of air pollution control. 2. Pvt. general diseases caused by air pollutants. public education pollution standards. control methods.-July – 2010
. various control methods. process and equipment changes. 6.Tata Mc Graw Hill Air Pollution – Wark and Warner
W.f.C.Stern A. plants and materials Unit . status of air pollution control in various countries. John Wiley & Sons "Air Pollution" .C.IV Sampling and Analyzing of Air Pollutants: Instruments pollution survey.
"Air Pollution" . Unit . Industrial Hygiene: Concept and importance. Ltd. historical episodes of air pollution.Raju BSN Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. effects of air pollution on health. International Air Pollution . factory Involved in environmental hazards.e. Academic Press N.Rao M. toxicity of various pollutants.Faith W. Sources of Air pollution. site selection and zoning. York Fundamentals of Air Pollutions . Mc.II Role of meteorological condition. formation of secondary pollutants – PNN. properties of typical air pollutants. Unit . Graw Hill. Plums patterns and height of chimneys. air diffusion and concentration pollutants.III Atmospheric chemistry.N. 4. industrial ventilation occupational diseases.. 3.. general diseases and toxicity of pollutants Unit . animal.
"Air Pollution" .L.I Air pollution problem: Economics and social aspects. & Rao HVN . PBN.
5. Photolytic cycles.Mc Cabe L. design and operation of various air pollution control equipments. Reference Books :-1.22
CE-8203 AIR QUALITY MONITORING & CONTROL
Co. Subhramanya . evaporation stream gauging. reclamation of water logged and salt affected lands.e. hydraulics of wells under steady flow conditions. confined and unconfined aquifers. 4. intensity-duration curves. Unit-II Hydrology :Infiltration and infiltration indices. impact assessment of water resources development and managerial measures. estimating missing rainfall data. synthetic unit hydrograph. Hydrology by H. S-curve hydrograph.Khanna Publishers Engg. Salt efflorescencecauses and effects.
Suggested Books :-
1. economic analysis of water resources projects appraisal of multipurpose projects. hydrograph analysis.Tata Mc. flood routing through reservoirs and channels. aquifer properties.NEMEC . precipitation and its measurement. Unit-IV Ground water : Occurrence. Hydrology by K. probability and frequency analysis.Prentice Hall Hydrology for Engineers Linsley.J. Unit-V Water resources planning and management : Planning of water resources projects.Tata Mc Graw Hills Publ.23
CE-8207 ADVANCE WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING.f. effects and its prevention.
Engg. 5. run off and its estimation. Engg. mean depth of precipitation over a drainage area. Unit-III Floods : Types of floods and their estimation by different methods. rain water harvesting.M. rain gauge net works.
Unit-I Hydrology : Hydrological cycle. flood control measures. Ground water recharge-necessity and methods of improving ground water storage. depth-area duration curves. Hydrology & Flood Control by Santosh Kumar . economics of flood control. unit hydrograph and its derivation from isolated and complex storms. Kohler. Role of water in the environment. data requirements.-July – 2010
. Paulnus . Hydrology .Graw Hill. infiltration galleries. 2. 3. mass rainfall curves. Water logging and salt efflorescence : Water logging-causes. Raghunath
W. recording and non recording rain gauges. optimal operation of projectsintroduction to linear programming and its application to water resources projects.