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PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY TEACHING SCHEME OF B.TECH (CIVIL ENGG.) THIRD SEMESTER Course Theory CE-201 CE-203 CE-205 CE-207 HM-253 CE-209 CE-211 CE-213 CE-215* Survey-1 Fluid Mechanics-I Building Materials Solid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics-I Lab Solid Mechanics Lab Workshop training of 4 weeks duration nd after 2 semester Survey-I lab 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 4 4 3 5 4 2 2 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 40 20 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 60 30 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 50 Name of Course L T P Contact Hrs. Ext. Int. Marks

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Fourth Semester Course Theory CE-202 CE-204 CE-206 CE-208 CE-210 CE-216 Practicals CE-212* CE-214 CE-218* Name of Course L T P/D Contact Hrs. Ext. Int Marks

Survey-II Fluid Mechanics-II Building Construction Structural Analysis-I Rock Mech. & Engg Geology Environmental Science Survey-II Lab Structural Analysis Lab Fluid Mechanics-II Lab General Fitness

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Design of Steel 3 2 5 60 Structures-I Structural Analysis-II Design of Concrete Structures-I Environmental Engg-I Transportation Engg-I 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 5 5 4 4 60 60 60 60 Int. Hrs. Construction 3 1 4 60 Machinery & Works Mgt.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 Course CE-301 CE-303 CE-305 CE-319* CE-309 CE-311 Practicals CE-313 CE-315 CE-317 Scheme of B.Tech (Civil ) Sixth Semester Contact Name of Course L T P/D Ext. Marks Transportation Engg-II Geotechnical Engg. 2 . Irrigation Engineering-I Professional Practice Design of Concrete Structures-II Structural Analysis-III Transportation Engg. Lab Geotechnical Engg. Hrs. Int. Concrete Drawing (Computer Aided) General Fitness 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 - 4 4 4 4 5 4 60 60 60 60 60 60 40 40 40 40 40 40 100 100 100 100 100 100 - - 2 2 2 2 2 2 20 20 20 30 30 30 100 50 50 50 100 *indicates the subject.Tech (Civil ) Fifth Semester Contact Name of Course L T P/D Ext. 40 40 40 40 40 40 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 Concrete Lab Environmental Engg Lab Survey Camp - - 2 2 2 2 20 20 40 30 30 60 50 50 100 Course Theory CE-302 CE-304 CE-306 CE-308 CE-310 CE-312 Practicals CE-314 CE-316 CE-318 Scheme of B. where changes have been made/New Subject. Lab.

Hrs. Int.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 Scheme of B. 500 Marks 1000 Scheme of B. Hrs. 500 Int. Engg. GeoTech. where changes have been made/New Subject.Tech (Civil ) Seventh/Eighth Semester Course CE- Name of Course Industrial Training L T P/D Contact Ext. 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 4 4 4 4 4 60 60 60 60 60 40 40 40 40 40 100 100 100 100 100 Design of Steel Structures-II Lab Irrigation Engg-II Lab Project - - 2 2 4 2 2 4 20 20 80 30 30 120 50 50 200 Environment Engg. General Fittness 100 100 *indicates the subject. 3 .Tech (Civil ) Seventh/ Eighth Semester Course Theory CE-402 CE-406 CE-408 CE-410 CE-412 Practicals CE-416* CE-418* CE-414 (Any one of the following specilisation Name of Course L T P/D Contact Ext. Transportation Engg Hydraulic Structures Structural Engg. Marks Hydrology & Dams Environmental EnggII Design of Steel Structures-II Irrigation Engg-II Foundation Engg.

durability and permeability of concrete. equivalent area of composite sections. classifications & testing of Lime. Timber: Advantages of timber construction. Lateral strain. testing of bricks. cantilever and overhanging beams for different types of loading. sand lime bricks. Elongation due to self weight bars of tapering sections. Shear Force and loading Graphical method of plotting Bending Moment & Shear Force Diagrams. determination of stresses in simple sections. sections subjected to combined bending and torsion. 7. Bending moment & shear force diagrams: Introduction. strength. compaction of concrete.Concrete Mixes: Design of concrete mixes by ISI method and ACI method. 3.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 CE-205 Building Materials Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 0 0 Total Marks: 100 1. Relationship between Bending moment. Popov. combination of normal and tangential stresses. soft and hard woods. rectangular block subjected to normal stresses along and across two planes. Volumetric strain. uses and testing of timber. Introduction to theory of unsymmetrical bending beams of uniform strength. use of plastics in civil Engg. workability. empirical formula. Shear force and Bending moment diagrams for simply supported. weathering of bricks. deflection in beams with different end conditions and different loadings by double integration method. temperature stresses. sign conventions for bending moments and shear forces. (flitched Beams). elastic limit. Strength of Materials : Sadhu Singh 2. equivalent Bending Moment & Torque. Concrete: Constituents of concrete. 7. Recommended Book 1. Torsion: Introduction. Types of beams. white and color washing. Strength of Materials : S. Complex Stress: Introduction. laterally loaded columns. Bending shear and Torsional stress. principal stresses and Principal planes. desirable and harmful ingredients in brick earth.Production of Concrete: Introduction. Strain Energy due to axial Loads. factors effecting strength of concrete.roofing. Power transmitted. Euler's buckling loads for columns with different end conditions. Macaulay’s method. Varieties of fire bricks. Building Stones: General. Distempering. 5. relation between elastic constants. defects in timber. Young's modulus of elasticity. Design of concrete mix for flexural strength. analysis of closed Coil helical spring. 2. derivation of basic torsion equation. stress-strain curves for elastic materials. Principal strains. Characteristics of good quality lime. Bending and Shear Stresses: Introduction. Asphalt and Bitumen.M. curing of concrete. Batching of materials. felling of trees. building tiles. Columns and Struts: Introduction. factors effecting permeability of concrete. 4. Bricks: General. 6. Miscellaneous Materials :Paints and varnishes. Mohrs Circle. Helical spring. 8.A.Properties of fresh and hardened concrete: Introduction. creep and shrinkage of concrete. brief introduction to ingredients and manufacture of cements. uses of different varieties of lime 4. 3. methods of determination of workability. Hookes' Law. variation of shear stress across depth of various beam sections. Strength of Materials . E. transportation and placing of concrete. setting & slaking of lime. 9. Bulk modulus. column carrying eccentric loads. 6. pure shear. characteristics of good timber. acid test. Properties and testing of cement. Absorption. strength of concrete. Building Materials : Rangwala CE-207 SOLID MECHANICS Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 2 0 Total Marks: 100 1 Simple Stresses and Strains: Introduction. Hydration and compounds of hydration. Constituents of bricks. built up sections and composite sections. flooring and wall tiles. (5 lectures) Books Recommended: 1. torsion of shafts and springs. Kazimi 4 .exogenous and endogenous trees. Strain Energy: Introduction. 8. modulus of rigidity. Assumption made in theory of simple bending. 5. supports and loading. Deflection of Beams: Derivation of basic equation of elastic curve. Hydraulic test. ' 2. different types of stresses and strains. theories of failure. Design of high strength concrete mixes. mixing of concrete materials. Computation of Principal stresses from Principal strains. 3. Common building stone of India & their Uses-Artificial stones. Principal stresses. strain energy due to Principal stress & strains. bars of varying sections. different types of cements used in concrete. Qualities of a good building stone-Deterioration of stones-Preservation of stones. factors effecting workability. structure of tree. Lime: Cementing material. limitations of Euler's formula. timber trees. qualities of good bricks. Impact load. derivation of basic equation. Commercial forms of iron & steel & their uses. glass and glass products.

plotting of details in chain survey.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 CE-215 Survey-I Lab L T P 0 0 3 Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks: 50 1. Verification of Stoke’s Law Boundry layer development on a flat plate Determination of drag on a body in a wind tunnel. 5. Measurement of bearing and angles with compass. Earthquake Resistant design of structures by Pankaj Aggarwal & Manish Shikahande-PHI Publications. 8. CE-212 Survey-II Lab Internal Marks: 30 L T P External Marks: 20 0 0 3 Total Marks: 50 1. Determination of elements of hydraulic jump. Determination of reduced levels by techeometric observations. 6. L T P 0 0 2 Books Suggested: Experimental Fluid Mechanics: Open Channel Hydraulics: G. intensity & Magnitude on lateral force analysis and basic concepts of seismic design as per IS-1893 2. 3. Jain 8. 3. Vergese 9.L. Calculation of cracking and deflection for Limit State of Serviceability. Determination of manning’s coefficients of rugosity. height of instrument. Design of axially and eccentrically loaded columns. Setting out of circular curves in the field using different methods CE-218 FLUID MECHANICS-II Lab Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks: 50 1. Design of Concrete Structures Nilson and Winter 4. Analysis of shear. Determination of tocheometric constants. Design of continuous beams. Measurement of horizontal angles by repetition and reiteration methods using a theodolite. 4. different methods of plotting two point & three point problem. 4. Earthquake Design concept by CVR Murthy & Andrew Charleson published by Nicee-IIT Kanpur 5 . Determination of height of an inaccessible object with instrument axis in the same plane as the object and in different planes. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete P. Analysis of beams: Moment of Resistance of singly. 7. Design of flat slabs. 1. Books Recommended: 1. Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements Purshothaman Behavior. Design of Stair case. adjustment of traverse by graphical method. Limit State Design Ramachandra 7. 4. 10. 2. Design of continuous slabs 6.K. 3. Different methods of leveling.Asawa V. Note: All design and analysis using Limit State Method for following topics. doubly and flanged beams. Principle of design of flexural members by working stress and Limit State Methods.T. Introduction to earth quake resistant design. 4. Setting up temporary and permanent adjustment of a theodolite. 2. Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals Fergnson 3. 5.Chow CE-319 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURE – I Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 2 0 Total Marks: 100 Note : Use of relevant Indian Standards is allowed. bond and torsion. Measurement of vertical angle by theodolite. 3. Discharge and flow profile over a broad crested weir. Analysis of one and two way slabs. Analysis and Design 5. Limit State Design A. Reinforced Concrete Design Pillai & Menon 6. 2. Setting out a transition curve. rise & fall methods. ranging a line. Assumptions made in theory of RCC. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures P. Measurement of distance. Dayaratnam 2.C. Plane table survey.

To find B.315 ENVIRONMETAL ENGINEERING Lab Internal Marks: 30 L T P External Marks: 20 0 0 2 Total Marks: 50 1. Consolidation: Definition and object of consolidation difference between compaction and consolidation. 5. Index Properties: Grain size analysis. Derivation of skempton's pore pressure parameters. Concept of pole. critical hydraulic gradient and quick sand condition. by P. Relation between principal stesses at failure.M. 4.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 CE . Field compaction methods. Earth Pressure: Terms and symbols used for a retaining wall. & Foundation Engg. Direct.Mohr strength theory. Modified proctor Test.O. Average permeability of startified soil mass. Principal types of soils. To measure the PH value of a sample 2. 4. Compaction: Definition and object of compaction and concept of O. 2. factors affecting 'K' and brief discussion.R. Determination of total solids. triaxial and unconfined shear strength tests. Field compacative effor.S.e. Field denesity from sand replacement method and other methods.e. Normally consolidated and over consolidated clays. illite and kaollite.N. Coulomb's method for cohesion less backfill. Cohesive backfill condition. tv & U. To determine optimum Alum dose for Coagulation 3.. Standard Methods of examination of water & wastewater APHA. 8. coefficient of permeability and its determination in the laboratory. Consistency and sensitivity Clay as per I. Capillary phenomenon in soil.logical examination of H2 O 5. Important properties of very fine soil i. Basic Concepts: Definition of soil and soil mechanics common soil problems in Civil Engineering field.O. adsorbed water. Causes of overconsolidation.Arora 2. & Foundation Engg. 6. Determination of Hardness of a given sample 9. Rankine’s Earth pressure for a cohesionless backfill with sloping surface (with proof) concept of active and passive Earth pressure on the basis of stability of a sliding wedge. 3. Base Exchange and soil structure. importance of consolidation settlement in the design of structures. Characteristics of main Clay mineral groups i. Environment Engg. WEF CE – 304 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Internal Marks: 40 L T P External Marks: 60 3 1 0 Total Marks: 100 1.C. Factors affecting compaction Effect of compaction on soil properties and their discussion. To find acidity/alkalinity of a given sample 13. Rankine’s theory both for active and passive earth pressure for Cohesionless backfill with surcharge and fully submerged case. Movement of all and the lateral earth pressure. Soil Mech. Stock’s law and Hydrometer analysis. consolidation test determination of cv from curve fitting methods. 2.their comparison of performance and relative suitability. by K. by V. Classification of coarse grained soils. different methods of checking the stability of finite slopes. Purshotama Raj 3. Shear Strength: Stress analysis of a two dimensional stress system by Mohr circle. dissolved solids. Merits and demerits of Ranking and Coulomb's theories graphical construction and Rebhan's graphical construction (without surcharge load). BooksRecommended:1. Concept of various consolidation characteristics i. Geotechnical Engineering. suspended solids of a given sample 10. Soil Mech. Triaxial shear tests based on drainage conditions typical strength envelopes for clay obtained from these tests. Basic definitions in soil mechanics. Stability of Slopes: Taylor’s stability numbers. montmorilonite. Earth pressure at rest. To find the turbidity of a given sample 6. Underlying theory of shrinkage limit determination. Field control of compaction by proctor. Classification of fine-grained soils as per Indian standard classification system (IS-1498-1970).S. av. To find MPN for the bacterio. To determine the COD of a wastewater sample. Weight volume relationship theory and determination of specific gravity from picnometer test. Rankine states of plastic equilibrium and derivations of expressions for Ka and Kp for horizontal backfills. Chemistry by Sawyer & Macarty. To determine residual chlorine and to optimize dose and chlorine by breakpoint chlorination. Coulomb's law of shear strength coulomb . and zero Air Void Line. of a given sample 8. To determine the concentration of sulphates in water/wastewater sample. seepage velocity. 11. Stress strain and volume change characteristics of sands. Terzaghi's Differential equation and its derivation Boundary conditions for Terzaghi's solution for one dimensional consolidation concept of cv. Books:1.Murthy 6 . AWWA. seepage pressure. Effect of disturbance on e-Log sigma curves of normally consolidated clays. Code Atterberge Limits Flow Index and Toughness Index.D. 7. Permeability and Seepage: Concept of effective stress principal. Darcy’s Law and its validity. mv and cv primary and secondary consolidation. To find chlorides in a given sample 12. To measure D. consolidation pressure determination. of a given sample 7.e.

rigid-jointed plane frames and pin-jointed plane frames using element approach. Finite element methods . James M. Combined Footing : Rectangular. matrix inversion. generalized system of coordinates. Jr. Gere 3. action and displacement equations. 6. rigid-jointed plane frames and pin-jointed plane frames using the physical and element approaches.C. 2. Krishnamurthy 5.C. 2. FLEXIBILITY MATRIX (PHYSICAL APPROACH): Basic definitions and types of matrices. steps of FEM (No Numerical Problems) BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. 3. relation between flexibility and stiffness matrices. Railway Bridge 1. STIFFNESS MATRIX (PHYSICAL APPROACH): Development of stiffness matrices for statically determinate and indeterminate beams.O. Zeincwicz. Matrix analysis of framed structures . 5. 5. comparison of flexibility and stiffness methods of analysis. unit-load method. slope-deflection equations. STIFFNESS MATRIX (ELEMENT APPROACH): Transformation of system displacements to element displacements through displacement transformation matrix. procedure. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (FEM): Basic concept. Intz Tank 6. 3.S. STIFFNESS METHOD OF ANALYSIS: Analysis of continuous beams. rigidjointed plane and space frames.C. Isolated Footing : Rectangular. development of flexibility matrices for statically determinate and in determinate beams. Basic structural analysis . Lateral & Longitudinal bracing for column bent. Gantry girder and column bracket’ 2. 2. 4. conjugate-beam method. Finite element analysis . CE-318 CONCRETE DRAWING (COMPUTER AIDED) Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks: 50 L T P 0 0 2 Detailed Working Drawings (Computer Aided): 1. Structural analysis. Strap and Raft Footing 3. Reddy 4.GS Pandit and SP Gupta 2. effect of support settlements. matrix partitioning. L T P 3 1 0 BASIC CONCEPTS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS: Static and kinematic indeterminacies of beams.312 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS III Internal Marks: 40 External Marks: 60 Total Marks: 100 1.William weaver . pin-jointed plane and space frames and hybrid structures. matrix operations. 4. discretisation.S. reduced stiffness matrix. transformation of element stiffness matrices to system stiffness matrix. total stiffness matrix. Spherical and Conical Domes 4. rigid-jointed plane frames and pin-jointed plane frames using physical approach. translational or lateral stiffness matrix. rigid-jointed plane frames and pin-jointed plane frames using physical approach. actions and displacements. Design & detailing of an RCC multistorey frame with the help of design and detailing software. Circular and Square footing.A matrix approach . temperature stresses and lack of fit. development of stiffness matrices for statically determinate and indeterminate beams. elementary applications of principles and formulation of problems. Trapezoidal.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 CE . Stringer Cross Girder Main girder with welded joints Portal sway bracings Bearing rockers and rollers L T P 0 0 2 7 . Cantilever and Counterfort Retaining Walls 5. solution of linear simultaneous equations. CE-416 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-II Lab Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks: 50 Following drawings are to be prepared by students: Industrial Buildings:1.

4. 7. Unlined canal sections Lined canal sections Guide Bank Weir/Barrage Head/ Cross regulator Canal Fall (Sarda/ Inglis/ Straight Glacis/ Baffle Type) Syphon Aqueduct APM Outlet L T P 0 0 2 8 . 2. 3. 6. 8.PTU/BOS/CE/101/09-05-2007/BATCH 2007 CE-418 IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-II Lab Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks: 50 Following drawings are to be prepared by students: 1. 5.

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