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BS111 BS103 BS105 ES103 ES104 TA101 BS103(P) BS105(P) ES103(P) WP122

Subject EngineeringMathsI EngineeringChemistry MaterialScience BasicElectronics BasicThermodynamics EngineeringGraphics EngineeringChemistryLab MaterialScienceLab BasicElectronicsEngg.Lab WorkshopPracticeII

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS111 ENGINEERINGMATHS1 L 3 1. Algebra (infinite series): Convergence and divergence of Infinite series, Geometric series test, Positive term series, pseries test, [Comparison test, D'Alembert's ratio test, Cauchy's root test (Radical test), Integral test, Raabe's test, Logarithmic test, Gauss's test] (without proofs), Alternating series and Leibnitz's rule, Power series, Radius and Interval of convergence. Differentialcalculus:Introductiontolimitsandindeterminateforms,PartialDifferentiation andItsgeometricalinterpretation.Homogenousfunction,Eulerstheoremanditsextension. Total differentials, Composite function, Jacoblan, Errors and Increments, Taylor's and Maclaurln's Infinite series, Curve tracing (Cissiod, Astroid, Cycloid, Folium of Descartes', CardiodandEquiangularspiral),Maximaandminimaoffunctionsoftwovariables,Method ofundeterminedmultipliers. Integral calculus: Quadrature, Rectification, Surface and Volume of revolution for simple curves, Double Integrals and their applications, Change of order of Integration, Triple Integralsandtheirapplications,Changeofvariables. Vector calculus: Differentiation of vectors, curves in space, velocity and acceleration, relative velocity and acceleration, Scalar and vector point functions, Vector operator del, gradient, divergence and curl with their physical Interpretations, Formulae Involving gradient,divergenceandcurl,Line,surfaceandvolumeIntegrals,TheoremsofGreen,Stokes and Gauss (without proofs) and their verifications and applications, Irrotational and Solenoidalfields. Books: 1. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 2. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 3. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 4. Differential&IntegralCalculus T 1 P 0

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS103 ENGINEERINGCHEMISTRY L 3 1. 2. 3. 4. T 1 P 3

Lubricants: Introduction, Mechanisms of lubrication, Types and selection of lubricants, propertiesanddifferentmethodsfortestingoflubricatingoilsandgreases Corrosion and its Control: Introduction, Types of corrosion, Mechanisms of corrosion, factorsaffectingcorrosion&differenttechniquesforcorrosioncontrol Polymers:Introduction,Effectofpolymerstructureonproperties,Mouldingofplasticsinto articles,Conductingpolymers:preparation,types,propertiesandapplications Composite Materials: Introduction, Classification, constituents of composites, preparation of phenolic composites and their characterization, Fiber reinforced composites, Important types and failures of fiber reinforced composites, Advantages and applications of composites. FuelsandCombustion:Introduction,classification,Coal:classificationandanalysis,Nuclear fuels:sources,massdefect,Breederreactor,FuelCells Water and its treatment: Introduction, water softening, domestic / industrial water treatment,PurificationofwaterthroughIonexchangemethod,BOD,CODandtreatmentof Sewage Instrumentation Techniques: Introduction to UVVIS & IR spectrophotometry, NMR & MS spectroscopy,SEM,XRD,TGA/DTAandGC Books: 1.EngineeringChemistry 2.ATextBookofEngineeringChemistry 3.OrganicChemistry 4.AdvancedOrganicChemistry 5.Applicationsofabsorptionspectroscopy oforganiccompounds 6.Spectroscopicmethods

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS105 MATERIALSCIENCE L 2

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Structureofmaterials:Spacelatticesandunitcells,crystalsystems,structuresofcommon metallic, semiconductor ceramic and superconductor materials, Miller indices, RepresentationofDirectionsandPlanes,PackingFractions,StructureDeterminationusingX ray diffraction, Bragg's law, and lattice parameter determination. Bonding in solids, coordination number, ceramics, silicates and clay structures, glass transition temperature, noncrystallinematerials. Imperfection in solids: Point defects: impurities, dislocations: edge and screw dislocation, stackingfaults,grainboundaries,twins/twistboundaries,volumedefects,concentrationsof pointdefects,effectofdefectsonmaterialproperties. Phasesdiagramsandphasetransformation:Definitionof diffusivity,conceptofactivation energy,Pick'slawsofdiffusion,diffusionmechanismandtheirapplications,diffusionprocess Solid solutions, intermediate phases and intermetallic compounds, phase, phase rule, unary, binary phase diagrams, phase diagrams of some important metals and ceramics, microstructure changes during cooling, lever rule, invariant reactions, ironiron carbide phasediagram.Nucleationandgrowthofphases,IntroductiontoTTTcurves,heattreatment processes,annealing,hardening,tempering,normalization,embrittlement,characterization ofmaterials. Mechanicalbehavior:Elasticbehaviorofmaterials,Conceptofengineeringandtruestress andtruestrain,Tensileproperty,YieldPointphenomenon,ElasticModulus,workhardening, strengthening mechanism, fracture, creep and fatigue, hardness. Atomic model of elastic behavior,plasticdeformationinsingleandpolycrystallinecrystal,mechanismofslip,critical resolvedshearstress,ductileandbrittlefailure,Griffith'stheoryofbrittlefracture. Magnetic and dielectric properties of materials: Origin of magnetism, dia, para, ferro, antiferroandferrimagnetism,softandhardmagneticmaterials,dielectricproperties,piezo, pyroandferroelectricity. Electrical and electronics properties: Electricity conductivity, Free electron theory, density of states, Fermi energy, FermiDirac Statistics, Band theory of solids, metals, semiconductors, insulators, Semiconductors: intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, structure of elements and compounds, conductivity as a function of temperature, doping, Halleffect,carrierconcentrationofsemiconductors. Books: 1MaterialsScienceandEngineering :WilliamDCallisterJr 2ElementsofMaterialsScience&Engineering :L.H.VanVlack. 3TheScienceandEngineeringofMaterials :D.R.AskelandandP.P.Phule 4SolidStatePhysics:PropertiesofMaterials :M.A.Wahab 5FundamentalsofMaterialsScience&Engineering:WilliamFSmith

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ES103 BASICELECTRONICS L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Semiconductors, diodes and diode circuits: Insulators, semiconductors and metals, Mobility and conductivity, Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors and charge densities in semiconductors, current components in semiconductors, continuity equation. PN Junction diodecharacteristicandanalysis,TypesofdiodesZenerdiodes,Photodiodes,Lightemitting diodes (LEDs), Varactor diodes and tunnel diodes. Rectifiers and filter circuit: Half wave, full wave and Bridge rectifier circuits and their analysis, L, C and Pi filters, Basic regulator supply usingzenerdiode.WorkingofSwitchedModePowerSupply 2.Transistors:Constructionandcharacteristicsofbipolarjunction,transistors(BJTs)Comm.Base, Comm.emitter,Comm.Collectorconfiguration.Transistoratlowfrequenciessmallsignallow frequency transistor model (hparameters). Analysis of transistor amplifier circuit using h parameters, transistor biasing and bias stabilization: the operating point, stability factor, analysis of fixed base bias, collector to base bias, Emitter resistance bias circuit and self bias circuit.Biascompensationtechniques. 3. Field effect transistor: construction and characteristics of JFET. JFET biasing, circuit JFET amplifierMOSFETconstructionandcharacteristics. 4. Amplifiers and oscillators: Classification of amplifiers, concept of feed back, general characteristics of feed back amplifiers, Single stage RC coupled amplifier. Oscillators Criterion for Oscillation, type of oscillators: Hartley oscillator, Colpitt Oscillator & RC Phase shiftoscillator. 5. Operational amplifiers: Introduction to Opamp, Inverting and noninverting configuration, Applications adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator and comparator, practical op amps. 6. Electronic instruments: Role and importance of general purpose test instruments, Electronic Millimeter,CathodeRayOscilloscope,Measurementofamplitude,frequencyandphaseusing CRO Books 1. ElectronicsDevicesandcircuits 2. Electronicsdevicesandcircuittheoryby 3. ElectronicsDevicesandcircuits 4. ElectronicsDevicesandcircuits 5. Electronicsdevicesandcircuit :Millman&Halkias. :RobertBoylestad :P.JohnPaul :Y.N.Bapat. :G.K.Mittal

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ES104 BASICTHERMODYNAMICS

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L T P 3 1 0 Basicconcept:Dimensionsandunits,thermodynamicsystems,thermodynamicproperties andprocess,thermodynamicequilibrium,energykinetic,potentialandinternal,heatand work,zerothlaw,conceptoftemperature,temperaturescale,definitionofidealgas,laws andpropertiesofidealgas. Firstlawofthermodynamics:Firstlawforcontrolmass(closedsystem),internalenergy asaproperty,enthalpy,specificheats,nonflowprocessesofidea1gases,cyclicprocess, first law for control volume (open system), general energy equation, one dimensional steady flow, examples of control mass and control volume energy analysis, simple problems. Second law of thermodynamics: Limitations of first law of thermodynamics, Kelvin PlanckandClausiusstatements,theirequivalence,reversibleprocesses,reversiblecycles, and carnot cycle, corollaries of the second law, thermodynamics temperature scale, Clausiusinequality,entropy,principleofincreaseofentropy,availabilityandirreversibility. Properties of steam: Phase transformation, phase diagram, generation of steam, conditionofsteamsaturatedsteam,drysaturatedsteam,wetsteam,superheatedsteam, dryness fraction, property of steam, steam tables, methods of determination of dryness fractionofsteam,useofMolliercharts,processofvapoursandvariousprocess. Gasandvapourpowercycle:Generalterms,Ottocycle,dieselcycle,dualcycle,working of 4 stroke petrol & diesel engines, working of 2 stroke petrol engine. Brayton cycle, Rankinecycle. Mixtures of gases and vapour: Introduction, Ideal gas mixures, The Gibbs Dalton law, General relationships, illustrative examples, volumetric and Gravimetric analysis, Mixture of gas and vapour, Psychometric terms, Thermodynamic Wet Bulb temperature, TemperatureofadiabaticSaturation,Enthalpyofmoistair. Books: 1.EngineeringThermodynamics :P.K.Nag 2.EngineeringThermodynamics :Gupta&Prakash 3.HeatEngineering :VasandaniandD.S.Kumar

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering TA101 ENGINEERINGGRAPHICS L 1 T 0 P 4

1. Introduction: Importance, Significance and Scope of Engineering Graphics. General Introduction to Drawing Instruments and their Use. Principle of Dimensioning and Scaling, Lettering:SingleStrokeVerticalandinclinedLetter.OrthographicProjections. 2. Projectionofpointsandlines:ProjectionofPointsandLinesinDifferentQuadrants,Traces, Inclinations, True Lengths of Lines, Projections on Auxiliary Planes, Shortest Distance. Intersecting and NonIntersecting Lines. Planes other than Reference Planes: Perpendicular andObliquePlanes,TheirTraces,Inclinationsetc.ProjectionsofPointsandLineslyinginthe planes.ConversionofObliquePlaneintoAuxiliaryPlaneandSolutionofRelatedProblems. 3. Projectionofplanes:TracesofPlanes,TypesofPlanes,DifferentcasesofplaneFiguresmaking differentangleswithoneorbothReferencePlanesandLinesLyinginthePlaneFiguresmaking differentgivenangleswithoneorbothReferencePlanes,ObtainingTrueShapeofthePlane FigurebyProjection. 4. Projection of solids: Simple cases when Solid is placed in different positions, Solids of Revolution,Axisperpendiculartoaplane,AxisParalleltoonePlaneandInclinedtotheother, AxisInclinedtoBoththePlanes. 5. Developmentofsurfaces:DevelopmentofPrism,Pyramid,Cylinder,Conesonly. 6. Projections: Perspective, Orthographic, Isometric and Oblique Projections, Sketching of Orthographic views from Pictorial views, Isometric Projections of Planes, Prisms, Pyramids, CylindersandCones,Orthographicviewsofsimplemachinepartswithandwithoutsectioning. 7. Graphics: Determination of various Reactions in Beams and Trusses by Graphical Methods (FunicularandMaxwelldiagrams). 8. Machine drawing: Basic Concepts; IS Drawing Conventions, Line Symbols, Kinds of Lines, BoltedJoints.LockingarrangementforNuts,FoundationBolts. 9. Computergraphics:BasicConceptsandUse,DrawingsofObjectsincomputerAidedDrafting SoftwareslikeAUTOCAD.Dataplotting. Books: 1.EngineeringDrawing : N.D.Bhatt 2.EngineeringDrawing : P.Bali 3.MachineDrawing : N.D.BhattandPanchali

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ES103(P) BASICELECTRONICSENGG.LAB L 0 T 0 P 2

1. Familiarization of electronics component and equipments like C.R.O, Function generator andpowersuppliesetc. 2.TostudytheVIcharacteristicsofPNjunctiondiodeanddeterminestaticresistanceand dynamicresistance. 3.Tostudythecharacteristicsofzenerdiodeandhencedeterminethedynamicresistance fromthecharacteristics. 4.Determinethevoltageregulationofzenerdiodestabilizer. 5. To study and plot the wave form of half wave and full wave rectifier with and without capacitorfilter. 6. To study and plot the input and output characteristics of common emitter transistor andcalculateitsinputandoutputresistance. 7. To study and plot the input and output characteristics of common base transistor and calculateitsinputandoutputresistance. 8.TostudythecharacteristicsofFET(Fieldeffecttransistor)andhencecalculatedynamic(rd), mutualconductance(gm)andamplificationfactor(). 9.TostudythefrequencyresponseofsinglestageCEamplifierandhencecalculatetheband width(3dbBW).

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 2ndSemester CourseNo. BS104 BS122 ES101 ES102 HU101 TA102 BS104(P) ES102(P) HU101(P) TA102(P) WP111 Subject EngineeringPhysics EngineeringMathsII EngineeringMechanics BasicElectricalEngg CommunicationSkills ComputerFundamentaland Programming Engg.PhysicsLab BasicElectricalEnggLab CommunicationSkillsLab ComputerFundamentaland ProgrammingLab WorkshopPracticeI L 3 3 4 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 T 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 3 Hours Credit 4 4 6 4 3 4 2 2 2 2 4 37 4 4 5 4 3 4 1 1 1 1 3 31

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS104 ENGINEERINGPHYSICS L 3 T 1 P 2

1. Lasers:Conceptofmasersandlaser,spontaneousandstimulatedemission,elementaryidea aboutlasers,basicprinciplesinvolvedinlaser,threeandfourlevellasersystem,coherence, characteristics of laser light, types of lasers: Ruby, HeNe, CO2 and semiconductor lasers, applicationoflasers. 2. Fiber Optics: Optical fiber, physical structure and basic theory, modes in optical fibers, step indexandgradedindexfibers,lossesinopticalfibers,sourcesandsensorsforopticalfibers, applicationsofopticalfibersincommunication. 3. ElectrostaticsandElectrodynamics:Gauss'slawindielectricmedium,Equationofcontinuity, displacement currents, Maxwell's equations, wave equation for electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic wave propagation in free space and isotropic dielectric medium, Poynting theorem&Poyntingvector,Vectorpotential,Lorentzgauge. 4. Mechanics and Theory of Relativity : Displacement, velocity and acceleration in polar and spherical coordinate systems, inertial and noninertial frames, Michelson and Morley experiment,postulatesofspecialtheoryofrelativity,Lorentz'sspacetimetransformations andtheirconsequences,velocitytransformations,massvariationwithvelocity,massenergy equivalence,momentumandenergytransformations. 5. QuantumMechanics:Needofquantummechanics,Comptoneffect,Born'sconceptofwave function, eigen function and eigen values, operators in quantum mechanics, expectation values, time independent and time dependent Schrodinger's wave equations and its applicationsviz.,particleinonedimensionalpotentialwell,particleinthreedimensionalwell, rectangularpotentialbarrier,quantummechanicaltunnelinganditsapplications 6. Superconductivity: Introduction and discovery of superconductivity, superconducting materials, Meissner effect, critical magnetic field and critical current, typel and typell superconductors, Isotope effect, theory of superconductivity, flux quantization, SQUIDS, applicationsofsuperconductivity. 7. Ultrasonic: Ultrasonic waves, methods of their generation & detection, properties and applicationsofultrasonicwaves. Books 1.ATextBookofEngineeringPhysics :M.N.AvadhanuluandP.G.Kashirsagar 2.EngineeringPhysics :SatyaPrakashandVibhavSaluja 3.ModernEngineeringPhysics :A.S.Vasudeva 4.OpticalElectronics :AKGhatakandThyagarajan 5.ElectromagneticTheoryandElectrodynamics:SatyaPrakash 7.IntroductiontoElectrodynamics :DavidJGriffithsi 8.ConceptsofModernPhysics :ArthurandBeiser 9.OpticalFibersCommunicationandTechnology:D.K.MynbaevandL.L.Scheiner

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS122 ENGINEERINGMATHSII

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L T P 3 1 0 Fouriesseries:Euler'sformula,ConditionsforaFourierexpansion,Functionshavingpointsof discontinuity,Changeofinterval,Oddandevenperiodicfunctions,Expansionofoddandeven periodic functions, Halfrange series, Typical waveforms, Parseval's formula, Practical harmonicanalysis. Matrices : Matrices, Related matrices, Complex matrices (Hermitian and skewHermitian matrices, Unitary matrix), Solution of linear system of equations, Rank of a matrix, Gauss Jordanmethod,Normalformofamatrix,Vectors,Lineardependence,Consistencyofalinear systemofequations,Rouche'stheorem,Systemoflinearhomogeneousequations,Linearand orthogonaltransformations,Characteristicequation,Eigenvalues,Eigenvectors,Propertiesof eigenvalues,CayleyHamiltontheorem,Reductiontodiagonalform,Quadraticformandtheir reductiontocanonicalform. Ordinarydifferentialequationsoffirstorderandtheirapplications:Briefreviewofordinary differentialequations,Exactequations,Equationsreducibletoexactequations,Equationsof thefirstorderandhigherdegree,Clairaut'sequation,Applicationsofdifferentialequationsof firstorder(Orthogonaltrajectories,Physicalapplications,Simpleelectriccircuits). Complex numbers : Applications of De Moivre's theorem, Exponential, Circular, Hyperbolic and Logarithmic functions of a complex variable, Inverse Hyperbolic functions, Real and imaginarypartsofCircularandHyperbolicfunctions,SummationoftheseriesC+iS'method. Functions of complex variable: Limit and derivative of complex functions, CauchyRiemann equations, Analytic functions and its applications, Geometrical representation of complex function, Conformal mapping and standard transformations, Complex integration, Cauchy's theorem, Cauchy's integral formula, Series of complex terms, Taylor's and Laurent's series, Cauchy'sresiduetheoremanditsapplicationfortheevaluationofrealdefiniteintegrals. Books 1AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 2AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 3AdvancedEngineeringMathematics 4VectorCalculus 5ComplexvariablesandApplications 6DifferentialEquations

ES101 ENGINEERINGMECHANICS LTP 420

1. Force,moment,c.G& momentofinertia:Idealisationof Mechanics,ConceptofRigidBody and Elastic Body, Laws of Mechanics, Forces & System of Forces, Composition, Resolution & resultantofForces,LawsofForces,LamisTheorem,Moment&Couples,VarignonsTheorem, Free Body Diagram, Centre of Gravity of a Lamina, Centroids of various Geometric Shapes, MomentofInertia,RadiusofGyration,ParallelandPerpendicularAxisTheorem. 2. Frames and trusses: Introduction, Perfect Frame, Redundant Frame, Reactions of Supports, Plane Trusses, Space Trusses, Method of Joints, Method of Section, Graphical Method MaxwellDiagram. 3. Shear force and bending moment: Introduction, Types of Load Concentrated, uniformly distributed, uniformly varying load and Combination of loads. Types of beams Cantilever beam,simplysupportedbeam,overhangingbeam;Shearforceandbendingmomentdiagrams for the above beams with one type of loading and combination of loading. Point of contra flexureRelationshipbetweenload,Shearforceandbendingmoment. 4. Rectilinear and curvilinear translation: Kinematics and Kinetics of Rectilinear Motion, DifferentialEquationofRectilinearMotion,MotionofaParticleacteduponbyaconstantand continuouslyvaryingForce,ImpulseandMomentum,WorkandEnergy,DifferentialEquation of Curvilinear Motion, Moment of Momentum, Work and Energy in Curvilinear Motion, DAlembertsPrinciple. 5. Rotationofarigidbodyaboutafixedaxis:KinematicsofRotation,EquationofMotionfora Rigid Body Rotating about a Fixed axis, Rotation under the Action of Constant Moment, Resultant, Inertia Force in Rotation, The Principle of Angular Momentum in Rotation, Energy EquationforRotatingBodies. 6. Plainmotionofarigidbodyandrelativemotion:KinematicsofPlainMotion,Instantaneous Centre,EquationofPlainMotion,DAlembertsPrincipleinPlainMotion,PrincipleofAngular MomentuminPlainMotion,EnergyEquationforPlainMotion,KinematicsofRelativeMotion, EquationofRelativeMotion,DAlembertsPrincipleinRelativeMotion. 7. Simplestressesandstrains:Stress&strain;TypesofstressesandstrainsElasticlimit;Hooks law;Stressstraindiagramforductileandbrittlematerial,Factorof safety;PoissonsRatio; Elastic constants; Youngs modulus, Shear modulus & Bulk modulus. Relationship between elasticconstantsDerivation,ThermalStress&Strain. 8. Torsionofcircularshaft:PureTorsion,TheoryofPuretorsion,DerivationofTorsionequation for a circular shaft subject to torsion, assumptions, Maximum torque transmitted by a Solid shaftandhollowshaftderivations,Polarmodulus,torsionrigidity,Shearstressproducedinthe members, Comparison of hollow and solid shaft, Power transmitted by a shaft, Close coiled helicalspringsubjectedtoaxialloadandaxialtorque.

Books 1.EngineeringMechanics 2.AppliedMechanics 3.EngineeringMechanics 4.EngineeringMechanics 5.StrengthofMaterials 6.StrengthofMaterials: 7.StrengthofMaterials: 8.EngineeringMechanics 9.EngineeringMechanics 10.EngineeringMechnnics 11.EngineeringMechanics 12.EngineeringMechanics :Timoshenko&Young,McGrawHill :IBPrasad,KhannaPublishers.NewDelhi. :Bhavikatti&Rajshekhrappa. :D.P.Mandal,SKKataria&sons,Delhi. :R.K.Bansal :Gupta&.Malhotra :SadhuSingh :Meriam. :BeerpJohnson. :E.J.Hearn.;SchaumSeriesPublications :R.K.Bansal,LuxmiPublications.Delhi. :BasuTataMcGrawHill

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ES102 BASICELECTRICALENGINEERING

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L T P 3 1 2 Electriccircuits:Introductiontolinearandnonlinearcircuit,eireuitelements,varioussources and source transformation, solution of D.C. circuits vising Kirchoff s laws signal wave forms and passive elements specifications, generation of A.C. sinusoidal voltage and currents, average and r.m.s. values, Form factor and peak factor, phasor representation, phasor in polar,rectangularandexponentialforms,terminalrelationshipforpurepassiveelementsand their combination in series and parallel. Analysis of single phase series, parallel and series parallelcircuits.Activeandreactivepower,p.f.andvoltampares,frequencyresponseandQ factor.Analysisofbalancedthreephasea.c.circuitsIntroductoryconcept,voltage,current andpowerinthreephasebalancedcircuits.IntroducingtoElectricWiling. Electromagnetics & Transformer: Magnetic circuit concept, BH curves characteristics of magneticmaterials,practicalmagneticcircuits,magneticcircuitswithD.C.andA.C.excitation, hysteresisandeddycurrentlosses.PrincipleofTransformeroperation,construction&circuit of transformer. Magnetic force, self and mutual inductances, Faraday's laws, Lenz's Law, staticallyanddynamicallyinducedemfs,energystoredinmagneticfields. Measuring Instruments: Introduction to galvanometer (Moving coil and moving iron) Ammeter,voltmeter,wattmeter,energymeter,viseofshuntandmultiplier. ElectricalMachines:FundamentalsofD.C.andA.C.machines. Books: 1.ElectricalTechnology 2.PrincipleofElectricalEngg. 3.BasicElectricalEngineering 4.ElectricalEstimatingandCosting

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering HU101 COMMUNICATIONSKILLS L T 2 1 P 2

Courseobjectives: 1.Toincreasethestudent'sabilitytoimproveandutilizetheskillsnecessarytobeacompetent interpersonalcommunicator. 2.Toincreasethestudent'sunderstandingofhisorherowncommunicationbehavior. 3.Toincreasethestudent'sunderstandingofotherscommunicationbehaviors. 4.Toimprovethestudent'scommunicationskillsinbothsocialandprofessionalcontexts. 5.Toimprovethestudent'sabilitytodemonstrateeffectiveconflictresolutionskills. 1. Essentials of communication: The process of communication, Communication competence, Communication and the selfconcept, Personal SWOT Analysis, Role of emotion In communication,InterpersonalCommunication,Nonverbalcommunication. 2. Written communication: Enriching vocabulary, Using vocabulary in different contexts, Essentials of strong writing skills, Language and style, Logical reasoning, Paragraph Writing, Developingperspective. 3. Speaking: Public speaking, Fear of Public speaking and remedies, Elocution, Extempore Speeches,GroupDiscussions,Multiperspectivedebates,Howtowriteandpresentpapers. 4.Readingcomprehension:PrecisWriting,Comprehension,Discussiononthebasisofreadingof novel/story. 5.Technicalcommunication:Analyzingaudience,ReportWriting,Importance,structure,styleand draftingofreports. 6.Assignments 1. Questionnaires/Surveys: You will be asked to complete questionnaires, Questionnaires aredesignedtoassessyourcommunicationskills,youwillbeaskedtowriteareviewon eachquestionnaireassignment. 2.SelfConceptPaper:Apapertoassessyourselfconcept(approximatelength5pages). 3.ClassSeminar:Extempore/Predecided. 4.SurveyReport/ProjectReports: Textbooks 1. AnApproachtoCommunicationSkills :IndrajitBhattacharya 2. BusinessCorrespondenceandReportWriting:R.C.SharmaandKrishnaMohan 3. TechnicalCommunication :MeenakshiRamanandSangeetaSharma :KrishnaMohanandMeeraBannerji

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering TA102 COMPUTERFUNDAMENTALSANDPROGRAMMING

L T P 3 1 3 Programming fundamentals: Introduction to computer ,block diagram and organization of computer,numbersystemandbinaryarithmetic,processingdata,hardware,software,firmware, types of programming languageMachine language, ALL, HLL, source file, object file, translators assembler,compiler,interpreter,translationofsourcecodeintoobjectcode,libraryfiles,linking, loading process and executable code, testing and debugging software maintenance, hardware maintenance. Programming Techniques: Steps in program development, algorithm, flowchart, psuedocode, evolutionandclassificationofprogramminglanguages. CasStructuredprogramminglanguage: C Character set, literals, keywords, identifiers, data types and size, variable declaration, expression, labels, statements, formatted input output statements, types of operators, datatypeconversion,mixedmodearithmetic,controlstructures. C Functions,library functions, parameter passing,recursion, storage classes, scope rules and visibility,arrays declaration,initialization and usage,pointers,dynamic storage allocation, structuresandunions,selfreferentialstructures. CFiles,functionforfilehandling,Cpreprocessorsandcommandlinearguments,macrosand conditionalcompilerdirectives. Books: 1.Computerfundamental 2.ProgrammingwithC 3.LetusC 4.TheSpiritofC 5.CProgramminglanguage :P.K.Sinha. :ByronGottFried :YashwantKanetkar :Munishcooper :JernighanandRitchie

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 3rdSemester CourseNo. BS236 HU232 CE231 CE232 CE233 CE232(P) CE233(P) ECA231 Subject DifferentialEquations,Probability andStatistics EngineeringEconomics StrengthofMaterial FluidMechanics CivilEngineeringMaterialsand BuildingConstruction FluidMechanicsLab CivilEngineeringMaterialand BuildingConstructionLab ExtraCurricularActivityI L 3 4 3 3 3 0 0 0 T 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 Hours 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 25 Credit 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 1 22

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS236 DIFFERENTIALEQUATIONS,PROBABILITYANDSTATISTICS L 3

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1. Linear differential equations: linear differential equations with constant coefficient, complimentaryfunctionsandparticularintegral,methodofvariationofparameters,equations reducible to linear equations with constant coefficients (Cauchys and Legendres linear equations), Simultaneous linear equations with constant coefficient, Applications of linear differential equations in simple harmonic motion, Oscillations of a spring, simple pendulum, Oscillatory electric circuits, Deflection of beams. Applications of simultaneous linear differentialequationstoprojectileswithresistanceandelectriccircuits. 2. Partial differential equations: Formation and solutions of partial differential equations, Lagranges Linear equation of the first order, Non linear equations, Charpits method, Homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients, Nonhomogeneous linear equations,Nonlinearequationsofthesecondorder(Mongesmethod). 3. Probability and statistics : Probability, conditional probability, random variables, Expected Value,Specificdiscreteandcontinuousdistributions,e.g.binomial,Poisson,geometric,Pascal, hyper geometric, Uniform, exponential and normal, Poission process, Multidimensional random variables, Multinomial and bivariate normal distributions, Moment generating function, Law of large numbers and central limit theorem, Sampling distributions, Point and interval estimation, Testing of hypothesis, goodness of fit and contingency tables, Linear regression. Books: 1. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics :ErwinKreyszig 2. AdvancedEngineeringMathematics :CrwylieandL.C.Barrett 3. PartialDifferentialEquationsforengineersandscientists:J.N.SharmaandKSingh 4. DifferentialEquations :L.Shepley 5. ProbabilityandStatisticswithreliabilityandqueuingand computerscienceapplication :K.S.Trivedi

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering HU232 ENGINEERINGECONOMICS L 4 T 0 P 0

1. Basic economic concepts: Stock and Flow, Static and Dynamic economics, Micro economics andMacroeconomics,NationalIncomeconcepts. 2. Market demand : Demand, meaning and types, Law of demand, exceptions to the law of demand, Elasticity of Demand, Methods of measuring elasticity of demand, Marginal utility Analysis. 3. Production analysis: Production functions, law of returns, least cost combination, cost and costcurves,choiceofplantsizeinthelongrun. 4. Supply:Lawofsupply,elasticityofsupply. 5. Costconceptsandestimation:Costelements,economicvs.accountingconceptsofcostsand Revenues,StandardCost,ActualCost,OverheadCost,Costcontrol,BreakEvenAnalysis. 6. Economic appraisal techniques: Long Range and Short range Budgeting, Criteria for Project Appraisal,Socialbenefitcostanalysis,Depreciation:conceptsandTechniques. 7. Monetary System: Money and its functions, Functions of the Commercial Bank and Central Bank,MonetaryPolicy. 8. Inflation and business cycles: Causes, effects and methods to Control Inflation, Concepts of BusinessCycles. 9. Accounting: Book keeping single and double entry system, Journal and ledger, Trading account,Profitandlossaccount,Balancesheet. Books: 1. ATextBookofEconomicTheory :StonierandHauge. 2. ModernEconomicTheory :K.K.Dewett 3. EngineeringEconomics :Degramo. 4. ATextBookofEconomicTheory :Sammuelson. 5. InternationalEconomics :BoSodersten 6. PrinciplesofMacroeconomics :RangarajanandDholakia. 7. MonetaryEconomics :SurajB.Gupta 8. CostAccounting :JawaharLal 9. ProjectPlanningAnalysis,Selection ImplementationandReview :PrasannaChandra

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE231 1. 2. STRENGTHOFMATERIAL

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Introduction:Elasticity,Plasticity,Ductility,Brittleness,Strength,etc. Simple stresses and strains: Types of stresses and strains, stress strain diagram, Hookes law, Principle of superposition, bars of varying section of different materials, compound bars,temperaturestressesetc. Elastic Constants: Modulus of elasticity, Poisons Ratio, Modulus of Rigidity and bulk modulus,andtheirrelationships. Principal Stresses: Stresses induced due to uniaxial stress, stresses induced by state of simpleshear,stressesinducedduetobiaxialstress,MohrCircle,Ellipseofstress,principal stressesandprincipalplanes,maximumshearstresses,Principalstrains.TheoryofFailures. StrainsEnergy,ResilienceandImpactloading:Loaddeflectiondiagram:Strainenergyof prismatic bars with varying section, for nonprismatic bars with stresses under gradual, suddenandimpactloadings,shearresilience,RelationbetweenElasticmoduliandstrain energy. Shear Force and Bending Moment: Types of structures, loading, supporting conditions, structural actions, equation of equilibrium, SFD and BMD under different loads for determinatebeams,framesandarches. StressesofBeam:Theoryofsimplebending,Distributionofbendingstresses,distribution ofshearstresses. ColumnsandStruts:Conceptofstructuralstability,analysisoflongandshortcolumnsby Eulers, Rankines and Secant formulae, analysis of eccentrically and laterally loaded columns. Books: 1.Strengthofmaterials :R.C.Hibbler 2.Strengthofmaterials :B.C.Punmia,AKJain 3.StrengthofmaterialsandMechanismofstructures :R.S.Lehri 4.Strengthofmaterials :TimoshenkoandYoung.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE232 FLUIDMECHANICS L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Fluid statics: Basic equations, pressure and its relationship with height, pressure diagram, hydrostatic forces on submerged bodies, buoyancy and floatation, liquids in relative equilibrium. 2. Fluid kinematics: Flow characteristics, continuity equation, acceleration of fluid particles, rotational and irrotational motion, circulation and vorticity, velocity potential and stream function,streamlines,equipotentiallines,flownetmethod,useandlimitations. 3. Fluid dynamics: Eulers equation, energy equation and Bernoullis equation, application of Bernoullisequationorificemeter,venturemeter,pivottubeetc.,flowthroughorifice,mouth piece, weir and notches, impulse momentum equation and its application, pipe junction, bends,stationaryflatandcurvedvanes,momentofmomentumequation. 4. Flow through pipes: Reynolds experiment, laws of fluid friction, DarcyWeisbach equation, energylosses,equivalentpipe,pipesinseriesandparallel,branchedpipes,timeofemptyinga reservoirthroughpipe,pipenetworks. 5. Laminar flow: Laminar flow through circular pipes, parallel plates, open channel, Porous media, couette flow, Stokes law, measurement of viscosity, transition from laminar to turbulentflow. 6. Dimensional analysis and similitude: Dimensional homogeneity, Non Diomensional parameter,theorem,dimensionalanalysischiceofvariables,Reyleighmethods,examples Riseincapillarytube,headcharacteristicsofapump,dragonaship,Fallvelocityofasphere, velocityinanopenchannel,pipeorifice,dischargeoverasharpedgeweir,celerityofagravity wave. Model analysissimilitude, types of similarities, force ratios, similarity laws, model classification,scaleeffects. 7. Boundary layer theory: Types, boundary layer thickness and equations, momentum integral equation boundary layer on rough surfaces, total drag on flat plate due to laminar and turbulentboundarylayer,boundarylayerseparationanditscontrol. 8. Turbulent flow: Shear stresses, establishment of flow, types of boundaries, mixing length concept,velocitydistribution,meanvelocityandresistancetoflowinsmoothandroughpipes, frictioninnoncircularconduits. 9. Flowmeasurement:Measurementofpressurestatic,dynamicandtotalpressure,Piezometric head, Measurement of velocityPitot tube and prandtll tube. Measure flow through orifice, mouth piece, weir and notches, measurement of dischargeorifice, mouthpiece weir and notches,orificemeter,Flownozzle,Venturiflume. 10. Flowthroughopenchannels:Classificationofflow,Uniformflow,Prismaticandnonprismatic channel,Hydraulicallyefficientchannelcrosssections,specificenergy,specificenergycurves, criticalflowinrectangularchannels. Books: 1. FluidMechanicsandFluidPowerEngineering :DrR.S.Kumar 2. HydraulicsandFluidMechanics :P.N.ModiandS.M.Seth 3. FluidMechanics :R.J.GardeandA.G.Mirajgaoker 4. ExperimentalFluidMechanics :G.L.Asawa

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE233 CIVILENGINEERINGMATERIALSANDBUILDINGCONSTRUCTION L T P 3 0 0 1.Buildingmaterials: Stones: Classification, requirements of good materials, Querying of stones, common building stones. Bricks: Classification of bricksconstituent of a good brick earth, harmful ingredients, manufacturingofbricks,testingofbricks. Tiles,Terra cotta:Manufacturingoftilesandterracotta,typesofterracotta,usesofterra cotta. Lime:Classification,manufacturesoflime,artificialhydrauliclime,pozzuolana,fieldtestingof lime. Cements: Composition, manufactures of Portland cement, fieldtesting of cement, special typesofcements,storageofcement. Steel:Typesofsteel,marketableforms,stressstrainbehaviour. Cementconcrete:Variousconstituents,preparationandpropertiesofconcreteinfreshstate, factors affecting workability, durability and strength, characteristic strength, stress strain behaviour,acceptancecriteria,mixdesignandphysicaltests. Timber: Classification of timber, structure of timber, seasoning of timber, defects in timber, importantIndiantimbers. Paints and varnishes: Constituents of paints, types of paints, types, constituents and characteristicsofvarnishes,miscellaneous. Introductiontopolymers:Polymetricmaterials,PVC,Polyester,HDPE,CDPEetc.Classification, propertiesandapplicationsincivilengineering. 2.BuildingConstruction: Brickandstonemasonry:Varioustermsused,types,toolsused,bondsinbrickwork,dressing ofstones,applicationsforliftingstones. Partition and cavity walls: Types of non bearing partition brick partitions, clay block partitions,timberpartitionsandglasspartitions,constructionofamasonrycavitywalls. Damp prevention: Sources of dampness, effects of dampness, prevention of dampness, materialsusedindampproofingcourse. Roofs: Types, terms used in sloping roof, king post truss, queen post truss, simple steel roof trusses. Floors: Components of floor, brick floors, cement concrete floors, terrazzo flooring, mosaic floorings,tiledflooring. DoorsandWindows:Locations,sizesgeneraltypesofdoormovement,varioustypesofdoors andwindows. Books: a)Buildingmaterials: 1.Propertiesofconcrete :A.M.Neville 2.EngineeringMaterials :SurinderSingh 3.CivilEngineeringMaterials :Kulkarniet.el. 4.RelevantI.S.Codes b)Buildingconstruction: 1.BuildingConstruction :B.C.Punmia 2.BuildingConstruction :SharmaandKaul 3.BuildingDrawing :ShahKaleandPatki

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE232(P) FLUIDMECHANICSLAB L 0 T 0 P 2

Listofexperiments: 1. Todeterminethemetacentricheightofashipmodel 2. VerificationofBernoullistheorem 3. Tocalibrateaventurimeterandtodetermineitscoefficientofdischarge 4. To calibrate an orifice meter and study the variation of the coefficient of discharge with theReynoldsnumber 5. Tostudytheflowovervnotch(weir)andtofindthecoefficientofdischarge 6. Todeterminethehydrauliccoefficientofdischargeofamouthpiece. 7. Toverifythemomentumequationexperimentally 8. Todeterminethecoefficientoffrictionofpipesofdifferentdiameters. 9. Todeterminetheformlossesinapipeline 10. Toobtainthesurfaceprofileonthetotalheadsdistributionofaforcedvortex 11. Viscousflowanalogy(HeleShawapparatus)forflownet. 12. Electricalanalogyforflownet. 13. Studyofflowmeasurementdevicesthroughrotameterapparatus

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE233(P) CIVILENGINEERINGMATERIALSANDBUILDINGCONSTRUCTIONLAB L T P 0 0 2 Listofexperiments: 1. Todeterminethefinenessofcementusing(i)dryblanksieving(ii)blainesairpermeability method. 2. To determine the standard consistency, initial and final setting time of cement sample usingVicatsapparatus. 3. Todeterminethesoundnessofgivensampleofcementandlimeby (i)LeChateliertest,(ii)autoclavetest. 4. Todeterminethecompressivestrengthofcementsample. 5. Todeterminethespecificgravityandwaterabsorptionofcoarseaggregate. 6. Todeterminethefinenessmodulusandparticlesizedistributionofcoarse,fine,andallin aggregates. 7. Todeterminethepercentagebulkingofafineaggregatesample. 8. Todeterminetheconsistencyoffreshlymixedconcreteofgivenproportionbyslumptest. 9. Todeterminetheworkabilityoffreshlymixedconcreteofgivenproportionbycompaction factortest. 10. Todeterminethecubestrengthandcylinderstrengthofconcreteofgivenproportionand givenwatercementratio. 11. Todeterminethewaterabsorptionandporosityofgivenstonesample. 12. Todeterminethecompressivestrengthofastonesample. 13. Todeterminethewaterabsorptionofburntclaybricks. 14. Toassesstheliabilityofblankburntclaytoefflorescence. 15. Todeterminethecompressivestrengthofburntclaybricks.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 4thSemester CourseNo. TA243 CE241 CE242 CE243 CE244 CE242(P) CE243(P) ECA242 Subject NumericalAnalysis TheoryofStructure SoilMechanics Surveying EngineeringGeology SoilMechanicsLab SurveyingLab ExtraCurricularActivityII L 3 4 3 3 3 0 0 0 T 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 Hours 4 5 4 4 3 2 3 2 27 Credit 4 5 4 4 3 1 2 1 24

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering TA243 NUMERICALANALYSIS

L T P 3 1 0 1. Numerical computations and errors analysis : Introduction, Numbers and their accuracy, Floating point arithmetic, errors in numbers, Computational methods for error estimation, General error formulaeapproximation of a function, series approximations and error propagationincomputation. 2. Algebraic and transcendental equations: Revision of some basic concepts on polynomial equations, Bisection method, iterative method, Regulafalsi method, NewtonRaphson method, Secant method, Generalized Newtons method for multiple roots, solution of non linearsimultaneousequationsandfindingcomplexrootsbyNewtonRaphsonmethod. 3. System of simultaneous algebraic equations: Revision of basic properties of matrices and determinants, Matrix inversion and solution of transcendental and system of algebraic equationsGausseliminationmethod,JacobismethodandGaussSeidalmethod,Eigenvalues andeigenvectorsPowermethod,JacobismethodandHouseholdermethod. 4. Interpolation and function approximations: Least square curve fit and trigonometric approximations,Approximationsbytrigonometricpolynomialsandqualityofapproximations, Finite differences and difference operators, Newtons interpolation formulae, Gauss forward andbackwardformulae,Sterling,BesselsandEverttesformulae,Interpolationwithunevenly spaceddatapointsLagrangesinterpolation. 5. Numerical differentiation and integration: Numerical differentiation, errors in numerical differentiation,Maximumandminimumvaluesofatabulatedfunction,Numericalintegration Trapezoidal, Simpsons 1/3 and 3/8 rules, Booles and Weddles rules, Romberg integration recursiveformulae,EvaluationofdoubleintegralsbyTrapezoidalandSimpsonsrules. 6. Ordinary differential equations: Taylors series method, Picards method, Eulers method, Modified Eulers method, Runge Kutta methods of 2nd and 4th order, Adams Moltan and Milinemethods,Solutionofsimultaneousandhigherorderequations. Books: 1.NumericalMethodsforEngineersandScientists :J.N.Sharma 2.NumericalAnalysis :F.B.Hildbrand 3.NumericalMethodforEngineersandScientists :M.K.Jain,S.R.K.LyngarandR.K.Jain 4.IntroductoryMethodsofNumericalAnalysis :S.S.Sastry

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE241 THEORYOFSTRUCTURES L T P 4 1 0 1. Introduction: Classification of structures, equations of equilibrium, stability, static and kinematicsindeterminacies,principleofsuperposition. 2. Slopes and deflections in determinate beams and frames: Double integration, Macaulays moment area and conjugate beam methods, deflection from strain energy, Castiglianos theorem and its applications, unit load method, deflection of pinjointed frames, Maxwells reciprocaltheorem. 3. Moving loads and influence lines: Analysis of statically determinate structures subjected to moving loads, calculation of maximum and absolute maximum B.M. and S.F., Influence line Diagramforreaction,S.F.andB.M.inbeamstrussesand3hingedarches. 4. Analysisofindeterminatebeamsandframes:Forceanddisplacementapproachesinanalysis of indeterminate structures, Method of consistent deformation, principle of minimum strain energy, slope deflection method, moment distribution method, MullerBreslau Principle and analysisofindeterminatepinjointedframes. 5. Plasticanalysis:Introduction,plastichingeconcept,plasticmodulus,shapefactor,upperand lowerhoundtheorems,collapsemechanisms,combinedmechanism,plasticanalysisofbeams andportalframesbyequilibriumandmechanismmethods. Books: 1. BasicStructuralAnalysis :C.S.Reddy 2. IndeterminateStructuralAnalysis :C.K.Wang 3. Elementarystructuralanalysis :J.B.Willbur,C.H.NorrisandUtku 4. PlasticmethodsofStructuralanalysis :B.G.Neal 5. TheoryofStructures :B.C.Punmia,AshokJain,ArunJain

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE242 SOILMECHANICS L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Introduction: Definition of soil, rock, soil mechanics and foundation engineering, soil formation,soilstructure,soilmapofIndia. 2. Soil properties: Basic definitions, phase diagram, water content, specific gravity, void ratio, porosity, unit weight, weight volume relationships, index properties of soil and their determination,classificationofsoils,degreeofsaturation,densityindex. 3. Permeabilityandseepage:Darcyslawanditsvalidity,seepagevelocity,dischargevelocity, constantandvariableheadpermeameter,pumpinginandouttests,permeabilityofstratified soils, factors affecting permeability, Laplaces equation, flow potential flow net and its properties, different methods of drawing flownets, seepage pressure, quick sand, exit gradient,piping,designoffilter,principleoftotalandeffectivestresses,capillarityconditions insoil,effectiveandporepressures. 4. Stresses in soils: Need for finding stress distribution in soil, assumptions in elastic theories, Boussinesqsequationforpoint,line,circularandrectangularloads,Westergaadsformulafor point load, comparison of Boussinesqs and Westergaards equation, concept and use of pressurebulbs,principleanduseofNewmarksinfluencechart,contactpressure. 5. Compaction: Mechanism of compaction, objective of compaction, measurement of compaction,factorsaffectingcompaction,optimummoisturecontent,StandaradProctortest, ModifiedProctortest,effectofmoisturecontentandcompactiveeffortondrydensity,zero airvoidcurve,compactionofcohesionlesssoils,fieldcompaction,fieldcontrolofcompaction. 6. Consolidation: Mechanism of consolidation, elog (p) curves, basic definitions, estimation of preconsolidation pressure, normally consolidation and over consolidation ratio, Terzaghis theoryofonedimensionalconsolidation,assumptions,governingequation,standardsolution, laboratory determination of consolidation properties of soil, magnitude and rate of consolidation,settlements,secondaryconsolidation,compressioncharacteristicsofclaysand settlementanalysis. 7. Shearstrength:Normal,shearandprincipalstresses,Columbsequation,Mohrsstresscircle, MohrColumb failure criteria, laboratory determination of shear parameters of soil by direct sheartests,triaxialtest,unconfinedcompressiontest,Vanesheartest,Consolidateddrained, consolidatedundrainedandunconsolidatedundrainedsheartest,porepressureparameters, Lambespqdiagram. Books: 1.GeotechnicalEngineering :S.K.GhulatiandManojDutta 2.GeotechnicalEngineering :C.Venkatramaiah

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE243 SURVEYING L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Introduction to Chain and Compass Surveying: Introduction, Definition of surveying, primary divisions of surveying, object and classification of surveying, principles of surveying, approximate methods of chine and tape surveying, unfolding and folding of a chain, instruments for chaining and taping, measurement by tape and chain, errors in tape measurements and their corrections, testing and adjusting of a chain, chaining on flat and sloping ground, obstacle in chaining, direct and indirect methods of ranging, methods of traversing, principle basic definitions, bearings and meridians, prismatic compass, surveyors compass,azimuthalandquadrantalbearingsystems,truenorthandmagneticnorth,magnetic declination,localattractionanditscorrection. 2. Leveling and contouring: Definition of terms, principles of leveling, types of levels, leveling staffs,bookingandreductioninfieldbook,balancingofsights,errorscurvatureandrefraction, distance of visible horizon, reciprocal leveling, and its merits, contour, contour interval, horizontal equivalent, contour gradient, factors affecting contour interval, characteristics of contours,directandindirectmethodsofcontouring,usesofcontourmaps. 3. Theodolite: Vernier and microscopic theodolite, construction, temporary and permanent adjustments, measurements of horizontal and vertical angles, methods of repetitions and reiteration,sourcesoferrors,checksintraversing,omittedmeasurements. 4. Plane table surveying: Principles, merits and demerits, instruments and other accessories, methodsused,radiation,traversing,resection,intersectionandtheiruses,twoandthreepoint problem. 5. Tacheometry: General principles of stadia system, fixed and movable hair methods, inclined sightswithstaffvertical,inclinedsightwithstaffnormaltothelineofsight,determinationof tacheometricconstants,analyticlens,fieldworkandseconds,tangentialsystem. 6. Curves: Types of curves, elements of curve, different methods of setting outsimple circular curves,compoundcurves,reversecurves,transitioncurves,typesoftransitioncurves,super elevation,suitabilityofacircularcurve,verticalcurves. 7.IntroductiontoModernSurveyInstruments. Books: 1. SurveyingI 2. SurveyingVolumeIandII 3. AdvanceSurveying

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE244 ENGINEERINGGEOLOGY

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1. General Geology: Branches and scope of geology, Earth, its position in the solar systems, surface features and internal structure, work of natural agencies like lakes, oceans, atmosphere, wind, streams, sea, glacier, Earth movements. Types of weathering, mountains andmountainbuilding. 2. Mineralogy: Definition of crystal and a mineral, the study of the physical properties and occurrence of quartz, Feldspar, Mica, kyanite, calcite, tale, corundum, gypsum, fluorite, biotite, mus, covite, graphite, realgar, magnetite, limonite, pyrite, galena, barite, dolomite, garnet, tourmaline, chalcopyrite, opal, topaz, autite, hornblende, epidate, kaolinite, diamond. 3. Petrology: Formation and classification of rocks into three types, Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphicrocks,descriptionofphysicalpropertiesforconstructionalpurposesofgranite, pegmatite,dolerite,gabbzo,basalt,sandstone,conglomerate,breccia,limestone,shale,schist, marble, quartzite, khondalite, slate, gneiss, andesite, stratigraphy of India (a general idea), principlesofcorrelation,fossils,theirpreservationandsignificance. 4. Structural geology: Strike and dip, out crops, volcanoes, overlaps, inliers and outliers, types classificationoffolds,faults,joints,unconformities. 5. EngineeringGeology:Groundwater,zonesofgroundwater,watertableandperchedwater table, water bearing properties of rocks, occurrence of ground water, springs, selection of a siteforwellsinkingandgroundwaterinvestigations. 6. Earthquakesandlandslides:Classification,causesandeffectsofearthquakesandlandslides, seismic curve, seismographs, seismograms, accelograms, seismic problems of India, seismic zones of India, remedial measures to prevent damage for engineering structures, case histories. 7. Geological investigation: Interpretation of geological maps, use of aerial maps in geological surveying, geophysical methods as applied to civil engineering for subsurface analysis (ElectricalandSeismicmethods). 8. Geology of dams and reservoirs: Types of dams, requirements of dam site, preliminary and detailedgeologicalinvestigationsforadamsite,importantinternationalandIndianexamples of failures of dams and their causes, factors affecting the seepage and leakage of the reservoirsandtheremedialmeasures,siltingofreservoirs. 9. Rock mechanics and tunneling: Purposes of tunneling and geological problems connected with tunneling, geological considerations in road alignment, roads in complicated regions, problemsafterroadconstruction,geologyofbridgesites. Books: 1. EngineeringGeology :ParbinSingh 2. EngineeringGeology :P.K.Mukherjee 3. Mineralogy :Dana 4. StructuralGeology :H.P.Billings

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE242(P) SOILMECHANICSLAB L 0 Listofexperiments: 1. Determinationofwatercontentbyovendryingmethod 2. Determinationofspecificgravitybypycnometer 3. Determinationoffielddensityanddryunitweightbycorecuttermethod 4. Determinationoffielddensitybysandreplacementmethod 5. Determinationofgrainsizedistributionbysieveanalysis 6. Determinationofgrainsizedistributionbyhydrometeranalysis 7. Determinationofliquidlimitofsoil 8. Determinationofplasticlimitofsoil 9. Determinationofcompactionpropertiesofsoilbystandardproctortest 10. Determinationofshearparametersofsoilbydirectshearmethod T 0 P 2

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE243(P) SURVEYINGLAB L 0 T 0 P 3

Listofexperiments: 1. RangingandchainingofalineABandtakingoffsets. 2. Traversingwithcompassanderroradjustmenttolocalattraction. 3. Todeterminethedifferenceinelevationoftwogivenpoints. 4. Profilelevellingandcrosssectioningofagivenroute. 5. Tomeasurethehorizontalanglebythemethodofreiterationandrepetition. 6. Theodolitetraversing. 7. Topreparethecontourmapofanareabythemethodofradiallines. 8. Planetablingbythemethodofradiationandintersection. 9. Topointprobleminplanetabling. 10. Threepointproblembymechanicalmethod. 11. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebyoffsetsfromlongchord 12. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebysuccessivebisection. 13. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebyradialandperpendicularoffsets. 14. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebychordproduced. 15. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebyonetheodolitemethod. 16. Settingoutofsimplecircularcurvebytwotheodolitemethod. 17. Settingoutofcompoundcurve. 18. Settingoutoftransitioncurve. 19. Techometricconstant. 20. Useoftotalstation.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 5thSemester CourseNo. HU354 Subject L T P/D 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Hours 3 3 5 4 2 0 2 19 Credit 3 3 5 4 1 3 1 20 DynamicsofBehavioralSciencein 3 0 Industries OE351 OpenelectiveI 3 0 CE351 ConcreteStructureDesign 4 1 CE352 TransportationEngg.I 3 1 CE353 TheoryofStructureLab 0 0 CE356 SurveyCamp* 0 0 CE352(P) TransportationEngg.Lab 0 0 Total *Surveycampof3to4weeksdurationafter4thSemester OpenElective 1. CE1 EnvironmentalScienceandEngineering 2. CE2 TransportationsystemPlanning 3. CE3 EarthquakeEngg. 4. CSE1 ImageProcessing 5. CSE2 UNIXenvironmentProgramming 6. CSE3 InformationSecuritySystems 7. CSE4 ComputerGraphics 8. ME1 EnergyConservationandManagement 9. ME2 AlternateSourcesofEnergy 10.ME3 ComputerGraphicsandrapidphotocopying 11.ME4 Noisecontrol 12.ME5 ElementsofMechanicalEngineering 13.ME6 ProductDesignandValueEngineering 14.ME7 ProductionPlanningandControl 15.ME8 ScienceandTechnology 16.EE1 NeuralNetworksandFuzzyLogic 17.EE2 SwitchedModePowerSupplies 18.EE3 FundamentalofElectricalMachinesandDrives 19.EE4 ImageProcessing 20.ECE1 AdvancedTelecommunication 21.ECE2 BiomedicalElectronicInstrumentation 22.ECE3 IntroductiontoVLSIandHDL 23.ECE4 ElectronicsSwitchingCircuits 24.BS1 PhysicsofSemiConductorDevices 25.BS2 MaterialCharacterization 26.BS3 BioPolymer 27.BS4 AspectsofNanoTechnology 28.BS5 PolymerTechnology 29.BS6 OperationResearch 30.HU1 ManagingInterpersonalandGroupProcesses 31.HU2 HumanResourceManagement 32.HU3 FinancialManagement 33.HU4 MarketingManagement 34.HU5 ManagerialCommunication

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering HU354 DYNAMICSOFBEHAVIOURALSCIENCEININDUSTRY L T P 3 0 0 Objective:Toimpartknowledgetostudentsabouthumanbehaviour,themanagerialandLabour socialsystemandworkculturewithspecialreferencetoIndianScenario. 1. Behaviouralscience:Anoverview:definitions,Manthecriticalfactor,behaviouralscienceand itshistoricaldevelopment. 2. Industrial sociology: Concept and definitions; importance for engineers; growth; criticism of the Hawthorne studies; nature and scope of industrial sociology, industry and community, industryandtraditioninIndia. 3. Society and technical change: Concept of social change, meaning and definitions of social change, nature of social change. Factors such as natural, cultural, economic, planning, technological, Indian information technology scenario, effect of technology on social institutions. 4. Society and environment: Meaning and definitions, characteristics, classification of environment, physical environment and its influence, social environment and its some basic elements, environment in industry, illumination, noise, atmospheric conditions, music and colour. 5. Human relations: Historical overview, definitions, early and later approaches to human relations,strategiesforestablishinghealthyhumanrelations. 6. Groups: Meaning and definitions, types of groups, characteristics, functions of formal and informalgroups,meritsanddemeritsofinformalgroups. 7. Motivation: Nature of drives, needs and motives, work motives, needhierarchy theory and twofactortheoryofmotivation,howtomotivatetheworkersatwork,factorseffectingthe moraleofworkers. 8. Labour management relations: Industrial relations; meaning, objectives and definitions, Dunlops theory of industrial relations, Psychological and Gandhian approach to industrial relations,industrialrelationsinJapanandIndia,industrialrelationincomingyears,challenges of coming years, new dimensions of industrial relations, the ways of industrial peace. Trade unions;meaninganddefinitions,functionsofIndiantradeUnions,recentemergingtrendsin Indiantradeunions. Books: 1. DynamicsofBehaviouralScienceinIndustry :P.C.Rihar 2. FundamentalofIndustrialSociology :PGisbert 3. AGenesisofBehaviouralScience :NKumar 4. IndustrialRelations :A.Monapa 5. InnovationandChangeinOrganization :N.KindandAnderson 6. HumanRelationsandOrganizationBehaviour, Aglobalperspective :R.S.Dwivedi

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE1 ENVIRONMENTALSCIENCEANDENGINEERING L 3 1. Mass and energy transfer: Material balance, steadystate conservative systems, steady statesystemswithnonconservativepollutants,energyfundamentals. 2. Environmentalchemistry:Stoichiometry,chemicalequilibria,solubilityofgasesinwater, carbonatesystem,organicchemistry,nuclearchemistry,nuclearfission. 3. Mathematicsofgrowth:Exponentialgrowth,doublingtime,halflife,exponentialresource productionrates,humanpopulationgrowth,agestructure,populationmomentum. 4. Hazardoussubstancesandriskanalysis:Hazardoussubstancelegislation,riskassessment, hazard deification, potential carcinogens, toxicity testing in animals, human exposure assessment. 5. Treatment of water and wastes: Water resources, characteristics of water, water pollutants, oxygen demanding wastes, surface water quality, groundwater quality, water treatment systems, wastewater treatment and reuse, solid and biomedical wastes treatmenttechnologiesanddisposaloptions. 6. Air pollution: Air quality standards, emission standards, criteria pollutants, air pollution andmeteorology,atmosphericdispersion,emissioncontrols. 7. Noisepollution:Effectofnoiseonpeople,ratingsystems,communitynoisesourcesand criteria,trafficnoiseprediction,noisecontrol. Books: 1. IntroductiontoEnvironmentalEngineeringandScience 2. EnvironmentalScienceandEngineering 3. IntroductiontoEnvironmentalEngineering :GilbertMMasters :J.G.HenryandG.WHeinke :M.L.DavisandD.A.cornwell T 0 P 0

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE2 TRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMPLANNING

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L T P 3 0 0 Transportation planning process: Introduction, Elements of Transportation planning, Definition of goals and objectives, Identification of needs, Generation of alternatives. Evaluationof alternatives,Implementationofalternatives. Landuseandtransportationsystem:Urbansystemcomponents,Conceptanddefinitions, criteriaformeasuringandcomparingurbanstructure,landuseandtransportation. Transportdemandanalysis:Nature and analysis of Transportation demand, Sequential demand analysis Tripgeneration models, Tripdistribution models, Model split analysis, Trafficassignmentmodels. Public transportation: Historical development of urban transportation, Mass Transit Definitions and classifications, Route development, stop location and stopping policy, Scheduledevelopment. Transportation economics: Scope of transportation economics, Transportation demand, Demand,supplyandequilibrium,Sensitivityoftraveldemand,Factorsaffectingelasticities, elementsofengineeringeconomics.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE3 EARTHQUAKEENGINEERING

L T P 3 0 0 1. Introduction: Causes of Earthquakes, plate tectonics, Earthquake mechanism, seismic zoning map of India, Epicenter, focus, magnitude, intensity, characteristics of ground motion and attenuation, Earthquake recording instrumentsseismograph, Accelerograph, Seismoscopy/multiSAR. 2. Theory of vibration: SDOF system, MDOF, Earthquake Excitation, forced vibration, continuoussystemsuniformbendingbeam,uniformshearbeams. 3. Earthquake response spectra: Strong motion earthquakes Elastic spectra, inelastic spectraequivalentlinearsystem. 4. Site response to earthquakes: Local geology and soil conditions, soil investigations and testsdynamicdesigncriteriaforagivensite. 5. Aseismicdesignofstructures: i. Designdataandphilosophy,seismiccoefficients,permissiblestressesandloadfactors multistoreyed buildings, base shear, fundamental period of building, distribution of forcesalongtheheight,dynamicanalysis ii. EarthquakeresistantinstructionofbuildingandductilityprovisionsinRCCasperIS 139201893,IS18932002,IS4562000,IS8002000,IS43262002 iii. Elevatedwatertanksbehaviour,Designfeaturesandanalysis. iv. Stack like structuresfundamental period, Dynamic bending moment and shear diagram. v. BridgesSeismicforce,liveload,superstructureandsubstructure. vi. DamsHydrodynamicpressure,Zangermethod,verticalcomponentofreservoirload. 6. Base isolation: Isolation systems, base Isolation of single and multistorey buildings, ApplicationofbaseIsolation. 7. Seismic strengthening, repair of restoration concepts: Existing buildings, Aging, weathering,developmentofcracks,repairofmasonryandconcretestructure. Books: 1. Dynamicsofstructures; 2. StructuralDynamics 3. Soildynamics 4. ElementsofEarthquakeEngg. 5. RelevantISCode. :AKChopra :MarioPaz :Swamisaran :JaiKrishna :ARChanderSekoran

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CSE1 IMAGEPROCESSING

L T P 3 0 0 Introduction:Digitalimagerepresentation,Fundamentalstepsinimageprocessing,Elementsof Digital Image processing systems, Elements of visual perception, Image model, Sampling and quantization,Relationshipbetweenpixels,Imaginggeometry. Image Enhancement: Enhancement by point processing, Sample intensity transformation, Histogram processing, Image subtraction, Image averaging, Spatial filtering, Smoothing filters, Sharpeningfilters,Frequencydomain:LowPass,HighPass,Homomorphicfiltering. Image Compression: Coding redundancy, Interpixel redundancy, fidelity criteria, Image compression models, Errorfree compression, Variable length coding, Bitplane coding, Lossless predicativecoding,Lossycompression,Imagecompressionstandards,FractalCompression,Real Timeimagetransmission,JPEGandMPEG. Image Segmentation: Detection of discontinuities, Edge linking and boundary detection, Thresholding,Regionorientedsegmentation,Useofmotioninsegmentation,spatialtechniques, andFrequencydomaintechniques. Spatial Operations and Transformations: Spatially dependent transform template and convolution,Windowoperations,2Dimensionalgeometrictransformations. Pattern Recognition: Classification and description, Structure of a pattern recognition system, featureextraction,Classifiers,Decisionregionsandboundaries,discriminentfunctions,Supervised andUnsupervisedlearning,PRApproachesstatistics,syntacticandneural. Statistical Pattern Recognition: Statistical PR, Classifier Gaussian Model, Classifier performance, Risk and error, Maximum likelihood estimation, Bayessian parameter estimation approach, Clusteringforunsupervisedlearningandclassifiers. Books 1. DigitalImageProcessing :R.GonzalezandR.E.wood 2. IntroductoryComputerVisionandImageProcession :AndrianLow 3. PatternRecognitionStatistical,Structuralandneuralapproach:RobertScholkoff 4. DigitalImageProcessing :W.K.pratt 1. FundamentalsofImageProcessing :K.JAIN.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CSE2 UNIXENVIRONMENTPROGRAMMING

L T P 3 0 0 1. UNIX Standards: Brief History of UNIX, AT&T and Berkeley UNIX Systems, POSIX, Library vs. SystemLevelFunctions 2. Files and Directories: Basic File Types, File Descriptors, The open() and creat() Functions, KeepingTrackofOpenFiles,FileTableEntries,Thevnodestructure,Thefcntl()function,File Attributes,Theaccess()function,Link(),unlink(),remove(),andrename()functions,Functions toManipulateDirectories 3. ShellProgramming:BourneShell,kornshellandCshell.Shellmetacharacters,shellvariable andscripts,facilitiesandcommand,environment,integerarithmeticandstringmanipulation, decisionmaking,aliasing,arraysandjobcontrol. 4. SystemI/O:StandardI/OvssystemI/O,SystemI/OCalls,FileandRecordLocking, 5. Processes: Process Creation and Termination, Process Memory Layout, Dynamic Memory Allocation,AccessingEnvironmentVariables,RealandEffectiveUserIDs 6. ProcessManagement:ProgramsandProcesses,Thefork()SystemFunction,ParentandChild, TheExecSystemFunctions,CurrentImageandNewImage,Thewait()andwaitpid()function, Interpreterfilesandexec 7. PipesBasicIPC:InterprocessCommunication,Pipes,FIFOs 8. Signals:WhatisaSignal?,TypesofSignals,SignalActions,BlockingSignalsfromDelivery,The sigaction()function,SignalSetsandOperations,SendingaSignaltoAnotherProcess,Blocking Signalswithsigprocmask(),SchedulingandWaitingforSignals,RestartingSystemCalls(SVR4) SignalsandReentrancy 9. IntroductiontoThreads:ProcessesandThreads,CreatingThreads,Multitasking,Overviewof ThreadArchitectures,ProcessesVersusThreads,TheThreadsAPI,ThreadTermination,Joining andDetachingThreads,PassingArgumentstoThreads 10. Threads Synchronization: The Sharing Problem, Mutexes, Creating and Initializing Mutexes, UsingMutexes,AdditionalSynchronizationRequirement,UsingConditionVariables 11. Overview of Client/Server Programming: Designing Distributed Application, Clients and Servers, Ports and Services, Connectionless vs. ConnectionOriented Servers, Stateless vs. StatefulServers,ConcurrencyIssues 12. TheBerkeleySocketsAPI:BerkeleySockets,DataStructuresoftheSocketsAPI,SocketSystem Calls,SocketUtilityFunctions Books 1. AdvancedProgrammingintheUNIXEnvironment :W.RichardStevens 2. TheArtofUNIXProgramming :EricStevenRaymond 3. UNIXNetworkProgramming :W.RichardStevens

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CSE3 INFORMATIONSECURITYSYSTEMS L 3 1. T 0 P 0

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Introduction: Introduction to OSI Network Security Architectures, Services, Mechanisms and Attacks, Classical Encryption Techniques, Symmetric cipher model, Substitution techniques, Transpositiontechniques,RotorMachines,Steganography. Introduction To Finite Fields: Groups, Rings, and Fields, Modular Arithmetic, Euclids Algorithm, Finite Fields of the Form GF(p), Polynomial Arithmetic, Finite Fields of the Form GF(2n). CryptographicTechniques:AnoverviewofCryptology,Primalitytest,Perfectsecurity,Stream Cipher Stream ciphers: The one time pad. Pseudorandom key streams properties and generation. Block Cipher , Introduction to DES, differential and Linear Cryptanalysis, Block Cipher Cryptography, Triple DES Algorithm, International Data Encryption Algorithm (IDEA), Blowfish Algorithm, RCx Algorithms, CASTx Algorithms, Symmetric Block Cipher Schemes, Encryption Function Placement and Confidentiality problems. Cryptographic hash functions, Digitalsignatures, PublicKey Cryptography and Message Authentication: The Key Distribution Problem, Random Number Generation, The PublicKey Cryptosystems, The RSA Algorithm, The Key Management riddle, The DiffieHellman Key Exchange, Elliptic Curve Cryptography. The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Discrete Logarithms., Introduction to Message Authentication, requirements and functions, Message Authentication Codes, Hash Functions, their Security andotherconsiderations Authentication Applications: The Message Digest (MD5) Algorithm, The Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA1), RIPEMDx and HMAC fundamentals, Digital Signature basics, Authentication Protocols, The Digital Signature Standard, Introduction to the Kerberos Authenticationscheme,TheX.319DirectoryAuthenticationscheme. Systems and Applications Security Authentication, Access control policies, Mail security, PGP, Data (base) security, File system security, Program security, Memory security, Session security,SSH,Websecurity,Webapplicationssecurity,Sandboxing,Linuxsecurity,Windows Security Protocols Security properties, attacks, Design of a security protocol, Examples of securityprotocols,Contractsigningprotocols,Formalmodelsofprotocolsanddetectingleaks, Electronicvotingprotocols,IPSec,,SSL,TLSwormsandviruses,micropayments,smartcard security,Securityofwired/wirelessnetworks Intrusion detection Key Management in Group Communication Systems, Router security, Denial of service and sidechannel attacks, Intrusion Detection Systems, Intrusion detection techniquescentralizedanddistributed;

Books 1. CryptographyandNetworkSecurity:PrinciplesandPractice :WilliamStallings 2. Cryptography:TheoryandPractice :DStinson 3. NetworkSecurity :C.Kaufman,R.PerlmanandM.Spenser 4. InternetSecurityandFirewalls :S.BellovinandW.Chesvick 5. IntroductiontoCryptographywithCodingTheory:Trappe&Washington 6. AnIntroductiontoCryptography :RichardAMollin

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CSE4 COMPUTERGRAPHICS

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L T P 3 0 0 Introduction To Computer Graphics: Overview of Graphics Systems, Display Devices, Hard copy Devices. Interactive Input Devices, Display Processors, The Graphical Kernel System, Output Primitives, Line drawing algorithms, Circle Generation algorithms, Character Generation. Raster Scan Graphics: Line Drawing Algorithms, Circle Generation, General Function Rasterization,ScanConversionGenerationofthedisplay,ImageCompression,PolygonFilling, FundamentalsofAntialiasing TwoDimensional Geometric Transformation & Viewing: Basic Transformation, Translation, Rotation,Scaling,OtherTransformationReflection,Shear,Transformationfunctions,Window to viewport coordinate transformation, Clipping Operations, Point Clipping, Line Clipping, PolygonClipping. ThreeDimensionalConcepts&ObjectRepresentations:ThreeDimensionalDisplayMethods, Parallel Projection, Perspective Projection, Translation, Rotation, Scaling, Composite Transformation, Three dimensional Transformation function, Polygon Surfaces, Curved Lines andsurfaces,BezierCurvesandsurfaces,BSplineCurvesandsurfaces Graphics hardware: Display technology, random scan, raster scan display processing, input devicesforinteraction. Visible Lines and Visible Surfaces: Visual Realism, Hidden line and hidden surface removal: depth buffer algorithm, geometric computations, scan line coherence algorithms, area coherencealgorithms,priorityalgorithm,shadingandcolormodels,Modelingmethods. Rendering: A simple illumination model, Transparency, Refraction effects in transparent materials,SimpleTransparencyModels,ZBufferTransparency,Shadows,Texture Books 1. ProceduralElementsforComputerGraphics :D.F.ROGERS, 2. Computergraphics :HearnandBaker 3. ComputerGraphics,Aprogrammingapproach :S.Harrington 4. MathematicalElementsforComputerGraphics :D.F.Rogers

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME1 ENERGYCONSERVATIONANDMANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0

1.Energymanagement:Conceptofenergymanagement,energydemandandsupply,economic analysis;Dutiesandresponsibilityofenergymanagers. 2. Energy conservation: Basic concepts, Energy conservation in household, transportation, agricultural,serviceandindustrialsectors,Lighting,HVACsystems. 3. Energy audit: Definition, need, and types of energy audit; Energy management (audit) approach:Understandingenergycosts,benchmarking,energyperformance,matchingenergyuse torequirement,maximizingsystemefficiencies,optimizingtheinputenergyrequirements;Fuel& energy substitution; Energy audit instruments; Energy Conservation Act; Duties and responsibilitiesofenergymanagersandauditors. 4.Materialandenergybalance:Facilityasanenergysystem;Methodsforpreparingprocessflow; materialandenergybalancediagrams. 5.Energyactionplanning:Keyelements;Forcefieldanalysis;Energypolicypurpose,perspective, contents,formulation,ratification;Organizingthemanagement:locationofenergymanagement, top management support, managerial function, roles and responsibilities of energy manager, accountability; Motivation of employees: Information systemdesigning barriers, strategies; Marketingandcommunicating:Trainingandplanning. 6.Energyconservationinplantservicesystems:Centrifugalpumps:Energyconsumption&saving potentials; Design consideration minimizing over design; Case studies Fans & Blowers: Specification, safety margin, choice of fanscontrols, design considerations. Air compressor & compressedairsystems:Selectionofcompressedairlayout,Designconsideration.Refrigeration& Airconditioning:Heatloadestimation,methodsofminimizingheatloads,optimumselectionsof equipments;Casestudies,Energyconservationincoolingtowers&sprayponds;Casestudies. 7. Thermal energy management: Energy conservation in boilers, steam turbines and industrial heatingsystems;ApplicationofFBC;Cogenerationandwasteheatrecovery;Thermalinsulation; Heatexchangersandheatpumps;BuildingEnergyManagement. Books 1.EnergyManagementPrinciples :CBSmith 2.EnergyAuditingandConservation;Methods,Measurements :Hamies ManagementandCaseStudy 3.EnergyManagementandConservation :D.PatrickandSWFardo 4.HeatingandCoolingofBuildings:DesignforEfficiency :J.KriederandA.Rabi 5.PrinciplesofEnergyConservationArchie :W.Culp 6.P.EnergyManagement :OCallaghan

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME2 NONCONVENTIONAL/ALTERNATESOURCESOFENERGY

L T P 3 0 0 1. Introduction: Trends of energy consumption, sources of energy conventional and renewable, fossilfuelavailabilityandlimitations,needtodevelopnewenergysources. 2. Solar energy: Solar radiation characteristics and estimation, Solar Collectors, Flat Plate and concentratingtypes.Theircomparativestudy,designandmaterialselection,efficiency,Selective paintsandsurfaces.Heatingofairandwaterforbuildingandotheruses,Thermalstorages,Solar Ponds, Solar pumps, solar Power, Solar Cookers etc. Direct Conversion of Solar energy to electricityanditsvarioususes,materials,limitationsandcosts. 3.Bioconversion:Generationofbiogas,digestersandtheirdesign,selectionofmaterial,feedto digester,paralyticgasification,productionofhydrogen,Algaeproductionandtheiruses. 4.Windenergy:Typesofrotors,horizontalaxisandverticalaxissystems,systemdesignandsite selection. 5.Geothermalenergy:Sites,potentialityandlimitation,studyofdifferentconversionsystems. 6.Tidalenergy:Sites,potentialityandpossibilityofharnessingfromsite,limitations. 7. Ocean thermal energy: Principle of utilization and its limitations, description of various systems. 8. Other nonconventional energy sources: Fluidized bed combustions, heat from waste and othersources. Books 1. SolarEnergyUtilization :G.D.Rai 2. SolarHeatingandCooling :DuffieandBeckman 3. PowerPlantTechnology :M.M.EL.Wakil 4. PowerPlantEngineering :P.C.Sharma

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME3 COMPUTERGRAPHICSANDRAPIDPROTOTYPING

L T P 3 0 0 1. Introduction and overview of graphics systems: Computeraided design, Presentation Graphics,Computerart,entertainment,educationandtraining,visualization,imageprocessing, graphical user interfaces, Video display devices, Raster scan systems, Random scan systems, Graphicsmonitorsandworkstation,Inputdevices,hardcopydevices,graphicssoftware. 2. Output primitives: Point, and lines, line drawing algorithms, loading the frame buffer, line function, circle generating algorithm, ellipse generating algorithms, other curves, pixel addressing,filledareaprimitives. 3.Attributesofoutputprimitives:Lineattributes,curveattributes,areafillattributes. 4. Twodimensional geometric transformations: Twodimensional translation, rotation, scaling, matrix representation and homogeneous coordinates, composite transformations, other transformationsreflection,sheartransformationbetweencoordinatesystems. 5.Twodimensionalviewing:Theviewingpipeline,viewingcoordinatereferenceframe,window to viewport coordinate transformations, clipping operations, point clipping, line clipping, polygonclipping. 6. Three dimensional geometric and modeling transformation: Translation, rotation, scaling, reflection, shear, composite transformations, threedimensional modeling and coordinate transformations. 7.Rapidprototyping:Details/methodsofRapidprototyping,BasicprinciplesofRP,DifferentRP Techniques,AdvantagesofRP,CADmodeling,CAEAnalysis Books 1. Computergraphics :HearnandBaker 2. Geometricmodeling :VeraB.Anand

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME4 NOISECONTROL

L T P 3 0 0 1. Introduction: Fundamentals of vibration, vibration of membranes and plates, Acoustic wave equation,acousticenergyandsoundIntensity,Propagationofsound 2. Acoustic waves: Elastic behavior of fluids, Plane wave equation, Velocity of sound in fluids, Energy density of Plane waves, Acoustic density, Decibel scales, Transmission phenomenon, sphericalacousticwave. 3.Resonatorsandfilters:HelmholtzResonator,Acousticimpedance,Reflectionofwavesinpipe, Expansionchambertypeoffilters. 4.Speech,hearing,andnoise:Mechanismofhearing,Thresholdsofear,Loudness. 5. Architectural acoustics: Sound intensity in a Live room, Decay of sound, Measurement of Reverberation time, Sound absorption coefficients, Sound absorbing materials for noise reduction. 6. Noise engineering: Machinery Noise, Reduction of Noise, Reduction of noise and its control, Designforlessnoise,Enclosures,Silencers,barriersetc.Noisecontrolinindustry,Additionof Soundlevels,CalculationofSPL. 7.Noisemeasurements:TherangeofquantitiesencounteredinSound,Decibelscale.Frequency/ octave bands, Microphones, Sounds Level Meter, Frequency analyzers, fault detection from noiseanalysis,DiagnosticMaintenance,Measurementenvironment,Anechoicchamber. Books 1.MechanicalVibrations :G.K.Grover 2.VibrationTheory&Applications :W.T.Thomson 3.Vibration&NoiseforEngineers :K.K.PujaraandRSPujara 4.FundamentalsofAcoustics :KinslerandFrey 5.AcousticsofDuctsandMufflers :Munjal 6.NoiseandVibrationControlEngineering :Beranek 7.NoisePollutionandControlStrategy :Singal 8.MechanicalVibrationsandNoiseEngineering :Ambekar

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME5 ELEMENTSOFMECHANICALTECHNOLOGY L 3 T 0 P 0

1. Introduction: Plain motion, kinematic concepts of links; basic terminology and definitions; inversion of kinematic chain, Chebyshev spacing of precision points, Absolute and relative motion,instantaneouscenters,velocityandaccelerationpolygons. 2.POWERTRANSMISSIONandFRICTIONDEVICES:Flatbelts,Vbelts,lengthofbelts,transmission of power by belts, condition for maximum power transmissions, initial tension, Coulomb friction,pivotsandcollars,powerscrews. 3.Governors:Functions,DifferencebetweenGovernorandFlywheel,VariousTermsUsed,Types of Governor Watt, Porter, Proell & Hartnell; Inertia Governor, Sensitiveness and Stability of Governor;IsochronousGovernor,Hunting,EffortandPowerofaPorterGovernor,Controlling ForceDiagramsForPorterandSpringControlledGovernor,CoefficientofInsensitiveness. 4.Simplestressesandstrains:Typesofstressesandstrains;Factorofsafety;ThermalStressand Strain, Stresses on oblique plane under biaxial loading, biaxial stresses combined with shear stresses,Principalstressesandplanes,DeterminationofPrincipalstresses,Mohrscirclebiaxial stateofstressaccompaniedwithshearstress. 5. Compressor: Classifications, single and multistage reciprocating compressor, effect of inter cooling,volumetricefficiency. 6. STEAM GENERATORS and TURBINE: Classification and description of generators, Position of steamturbineinpowerindustry;typesandapplication.Impulseturbine;pressureandvelocity compounding;velocitydiagram;workoutput,lossesandefficiency,Reactionturbines,velocity diagram,Degreeofreaction,workoutputlossesandefficiency,Governingofturbine. 7.Hydraulicturbines:Classification,Euler'sequationforturbines,velocitytriangleforsinglestage axial and radial machines, Impulse and reaction turbines, Pelton, Francis & Kaplan turbine. Powerandefficiencycalculations,drafttube,cavitation,waterturbinegoverning. Books 1.MachinesandMechanisms :DavidH.Myszka 2.TheoryofMachines :Sarkar 3.TheoryofMachines :S.S.Rattan 4.TheoryofMachines :AbdultaSharif 5.TurboMachine :Shephard 6.Turbines,Compressors&Fans :Yahya 7.HydraulicMachines :J.Lal 8.StrengthofMaterial :Timoshenko 9.StrengthofMaterial :SadhuSingh

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME6 PRODUCTDESIGN&VALUEENGINEERING L 3 T 0 P 0

1. Introduction: Introduction to Product Design, Design by Evolution and Innovation, Essential factorsofproductdesign,Productionconsumptioncycle,FlowandvalueadditioninProduction consumptioncycle. 2. Functional & aesthetics consideration: Basic design considerations, Role of Aesthetics in productdesign,BasicconceptandelementsofVisualdesign,Functionaldesignpractice. 3. Manufacturing consideration: Producibility Requirements in the design of machine components,Forgingdesign,Pressedcomponentdesign,Designformachining,Easeoflocation and Clamping, Some additional aspects of production design, Design of powder metallurgical parts,Redesigningonbasisofproductionconsideration. 4. Value engineering: Concept of value, cost and price, customer and value, philosophy and objectivesofvalueanalysis,typesofvalue,areasofapplicationofvalueengineering,limitations ofvalueanalysis,differencebetweenvalueengineeringandcostreductiontechniques;Toolof technologyinvalueanalysis,method&engineering,causeandeffectdiagram,SWOTanalysis, break even analysis, systems approach; Job plan for value analysis approach: Information phase, Function Phase, Creation Phase, Evaluation Phase, Recommendation Phase, ImplementationPhase,AuditPhase;ValueEngineeringCell,valuemanual,compositionofcell, Cost cutting, various cost cutting techniques; Case studies in value engineering and analysis frommanufacturingandserviceindustries. Books 1.ProductDesignandDevelopment :KailT.UlrichandStevenD.Eppinger 2.ProductDesignandEngineering :A.K.ChitaleandGupta 3.ProductDesignandProcessEngineering :Niebel&Draper 4.DesignofSystemsandDevices :MiddendorfMarcelDekker 5.ValueEngineeringSAVE :Mudge 6.TechniquesofValueAnalysisandValueEngineering:MilesLawerence 7.ValueEngineeringinManufacturing :ASME 8.ValueEngg.Theory :D.E.Parker

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ME7 PRODUCTIONPLANNINGANDCONTROL

L T P 3 0 0 1. Introduction: Types and Characteristics of Production Systems (i) Continuous or Process Production(ii)MassFlowLineProduction.PPCPhasesPlanningPhase,ActionPhase,Control Phase,ImplicationsforProductionplanning&InventoryControl. 2. Forecasting: Definition and Concept, Purpose of Sales Forecasting, Basic elements of sales forecasting,TechniquesofForecastingTimeSeriesAnalysis;DelphiMethod,Forecastingby moving average, Weighted Moving Average, Exponential Smoothening, Correlation Analysis andLinearRegressionAnalysis. 3. Inventory control & management: Inventory Control, Types Of Inventory, objectives of InventoryControl,EconomicOrderQuantity(EOQ)InventoryModels,ABCAnalysisNeedand Procedural Steps: Material Requirement Planning (MRP) Function Inputs to MRP, Bill of Material(BOM). 4.Processplanning:IntroductionandConcept,InformationRequiredtoProcessPlanning,Process PlanningProcedure,MakeorBuydecisions,ProcessAnalysis,ProcesschartOutlineand Symbols,AutomatedProcessPlanningComputerAssistedProcessPlanning(CAPP),Group Technology(GT). 5. Production scheduling: The Production Environment, Controlling Continuous Production, SequencingandLineBalancingMethodologies,MasterProductionSchedule(MPS)Managing theMasterProductionSchedule,MaintenanceofMPSSchedulinginManufacturingSystems Conventional&FlexibleSystems. 6. Supporting ppc activities: Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) Objective and Advantages of ERP, Supply Chain Management (SCM) Definitions, Need, SCM Models, Concept of Lean Manufacturing(LM)andJustintime(JIT)inProductionSystems. Books 1.ProductionPlanningb&InventoryControl :LSeetharamaL 2.Production&OperationManagement :N.GaitherDryden 3.MaterialManagementSystem :R.J.Brown 4.DecisionSupportforInventoryManagement&ProductionPlanning:PetersonandSurer

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering EE1 NEURALNETWORKSANDFUZZYLOGICSYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0

1. ANNModels&Architecture:Biologicalfoundations,ANNmodels,Typesofactivationfunction, introduction to network architecture, multilayer feed forward network (MLFFN), Kohonen self organizingmap,radialbasisfunctionnetwork(RBFN),recurringneuralnetwork. 2. LearningProcesses:Supervisedandunsupervisedlearning,errorcorrectionlearning,Hebbian learning, Boltzman learning, single layer and multilayer perception model, least mean square algorithm, back propagation algorithm, Application in forecasting and pattern recognition and otherpowerengineeringproblems. 3. Fuzzy Sets and Theory: Fuzzy sets, fuzzy set operations, properties, membership functions, fuzzy to crisp conversion, measures of fuzziness, fuzzification and defuzzification methods, applicationinengineeringproblems. 4. FuzzyControlSystem:Introduction,simplefuzzylogiccontrollerswithexamples,specialforms offuzzylogicmodels,classicalfuzzycontrolproblems. Books: 1.NeuralNetworkDesign :M.T.Hagon,HowardB.DemuthandMarkBeale 2.IntroductiontoArtificialNeuralSystems :JacekMZurada 3.NeuralComputing:TheoryandPractice :Wasserman 4.NeuralNetworksAlgorithms,applicationandprogrammingtechniques.J.A.Freeman 5.,EssentialsofFuzzyModelingandControl:RonaldR.YagerandDimiyarP.Filev 6.NeuralNetworks,FuzzylogicandgeneticAlgorithm:S.RajasekranandG.A.VPai

SWITCHEDMODEPOWERSUPPLIES L 3 T 1 P 0

Linear power supplies and their limitations. Switched mode power supply. Analysis of various converter topologies buck, boost and buckboost. Calculation of inductor and capacitor size. Isolated converter topologies fly back, forward, push pull, half bridge and full bridge. Comparisonoftheseconverters. Design of inductor and transformer for dc dc converters. Control of switched mode dc power supplies,transferfunctionandcompensation.Currentmodecontrol,powersupplyprotectionand EMIconsiderations. Book: PowerElectronicsconverters,applicationsanddesign:NedMohan,T.M.UndelandandW.P. Robbins

FUNDAMENTALSELECTRICALMACHINESANDDRIVES L 3 T 1

P 0 1. Introduction to Transformer: Working Principle, Construction and Operation and Equivalent circuit. 2.BasicConceptofRotatingMachines:Partsofrotatingelectricalmachines,Torqueproduction andEnergyconversion. 3. D. C. Motors: EMF equation, Types of DC Motors, Torque speed characteristics, types of startersandspeedcontrol,lossesandefficiency. 4. ThreePhase Induction Motors: Construction, Principle of working, Rotating magnetic field production, Slip, Equivalent circuit, Torqueslip characteristics, Speed control and method of starting. 5.SpecialMotors:Singlephasemotors,Steppermotor,Servomotors,Synchronousmotor. 6. Industrial Applications: Case study of motor drive system for steel mills, paper mills and machinetoolapplication. Books: 1.ElectricMachines :AshfaqHussain 2.ElectricalMachinery :P.S.Bhimbra 3.ElectricalMachinery :Chapman

IMAGEPROCESSING L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Introduction: Digital image representation, Fundamental steps in image processing, Elements ofDigitalImageprocessingsystems,Elementsofvisualperception,Imagemodel,Samplingand quantization,Relationshipbetweenpixels,imaginggeometry. 2. Image Enhancement: Enhancement by point processing, Sample intensity transformation, Histogram processing, Image subtraction, Image averaging, Spatial filtering, Smoothing filters, Sharpeningfilters,Frequencydomain:LowPass,HighPass,Homomorphicfiltering. 3. Image Compression: Coding redundancy, Interpixel redundancy, fidelity criteria, Image compressionmodels,Errorfreecompression,Variablelengthcoding,Bitplanecoding,Lossless predicative coding, Lossy compression, Image compression standards, Fractal Compression, RealTimeimagetransmission,JPEGandMPEG. 4. Image Segmentation: Detection of discontinuities, Edge linking and boundary detection, Thresholding, Region oriented segmentation, Use of motion in segmentation, Spatial techniques,Frequencydomaintechniques. 5. Spatial Operations and Transformations: Spatially dependent transform template and convolution,Windowoperations,2Dimensionalgeometrictransformations. 6. PatternRecognition:Classificationanddescription,Structureofapatternrecognitionsystem, feature extraction, Classifiers, Decision regions and boundaries, discriminent functions, SupervisedandUnsupervisedlearning,PRApproachesstatistics,syntacticandneural. 7. Statistical Pattern Recognition: Statistical PR, Classifier Gaussian Model, Classifier performance,Riskanderror,Maximumlikelihoodestimation,Bayessianparameterestimation approach,Clusteringforunsupervisedlearningandclassifiers. Books: 1. DigitalImageProcessing :R.GonzalezandR.E.Wood 2. IntroductoryComputerVisionandImageProcession :AndrianLow 3. PatternRecognitionStatisticalStructuralandneuralapproach:RobertScholkoff 4. DigitalImageProcessing :W.K.Pratt 5. FundamentalsofImageProcessing. :R.K.Jain

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ECE1 ADVANCEDTELECOMMUNICATIONS L 3 T 0 P 0

1. EvolutionofTeleCommunication:BasicSwitchingSystem,SimpleTelephoneCommunication, Telephone Transmitter, Telephone receiver, Telephones bell & dialer pulsing mechanism, subscriberstelephonesets,Dialingtypes,signalingtones,BriefIntroductiontoElectromagnetic Exchanges. 2. ElectronicSwitchingSpaceDivisionSwitchingStoredProgrammeControlCentralizedSPC, DistributedSPC,SoftwareArchitecture,ApplicationSoftwareEnhancedServices,MultiStage SwitchingNetworks. 3. Time Division Switching Time Division space switching, Time Division Time Switching, Time multiplexedspaceswitching,TimemultiplexedTimeSwitching,CombinationSwitching 4. TrafficEngineering,GradeofServiceandBlockingProbabilityTelephoneNetworks,Subscriber Loops, Switching Hierarchy and Routing, Signaling Techniques, In Channel, Common Channel. Transmissionmedia. 5. Faxsystem:Basicfacsimilesystem,facsimileapplicationsworkingofFAXmachines,recording media,FAXreproductiontechnique. 6. Mobile radio communication: Introduction, cellular structures & planning, Frequency allocation, propagation Problems, Base station antennas, Mobile unit antenna Type of mobile systems, Handoffs, Analog cellular Radio Digital Cellular radio, Digital Narrow band TDMA, CDMAtechnology. Books 1.DigitalTelemetry 2.TelecommunicationSwitchingSystemandNetwork 3.TelecommunicationsystemEngg. 4.WirelessMobileCommunication ECE2

BIOMEDICALELECTRONICINSTRUMENTATION L 3 T 0 P 0

1.Bioelectronicssignal:OriginsofBioelectricsignals,Electrocardiogram(ECG),Electromyogram (EMG). Recording Electrodes: Silversilver Electrodes, Electrodes for ECG, EEG and EMG. PhysiologicalTransducers:PressureTransducers,Temperaturesensors,Pulsesensors. 2. RECORDING AND MONITORING INSTRUMENTS: Biomedical Recorders: Block diagrams of electrocardiogram phonocardiograph, Electroencephalograph, Electromyography. Monitoring system, block diagram of patient monitor, measurement of heart rate, blood pressure

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering measurement,andtemperaturemeasurementrespirationrate.BasicArrhythmiaMonitoring system:Blockdiagram,FoetalMonitoringSystem:MethodsofmonitoringFoetalHeartRate, Abdomen Foetal Electrocardiogram and Foetal Phonocardiogram. Biomedical Telemetry: Introduction, block diagram and description of single channel/multi channel telemetry systems. 3.AUDIOMETERS:Mechanismofhearting,measurementofsound,basicaudiometer,puretone audiometer,spedaudiometer. 4. IMAGE SYSTEMS: Introduction, Basic principle and block diagram of xray machine, xray computed topography (C.T. Scanner) and Nuclear Magnetic resonance (NMR) Topography, Ultrasonic Imaging System: Introduction, medical ultrasound, block diagram of pulse echosystem,AScan,Mmode,Bscannerandrealtimeultrasoundimagingsystems. 5. THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENTS: Type of cardiac Pacemakers. Cardiac Defibrillator. Kidney Machine. 6. PHYSIOTHERAPHY EQUIPMENTS: Shortwave Diathermy, Microwave Diathermy, Ultrasound Therapyunit. 7.PATIENTSAFETY:Electricshockhazard,leakagecurrents,TestInstrumentsforcheckingsafety parametersofBiomedicalEquipments. Books: 1.HandbookofBiomedicalInstrumentation :R.S.Khandpur. 2.BiomedicalInstruments:TheoryandDesign :WalterWelkoWitizandSidDoutsch

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering ECE3 INTRODUCTIONTOVLSIANDHDL L 3 T 0 P 0

Introduction,Trends&ProjectionsinVLSICircuits,FlowdiagramofVLSICircuitDesignandVLSI Designissues. MOSFETfundamentals,EnhancementModeMOSFETs,DepletionModeMOSFETs,Weak&strong Inversion Conditions, Threshold Voltage Concept in MOSFETs, IV Characteristics of a MOSFET, LimitationsinIVModelandMOSFETParasitic. Basic VLSI Design StylesNMOS, CMOS Process flow; Noise Margin; Inverter Threshold Voltage; NMOSInverterdesignandcharacteristics;CMOSInverterDesignandProperties;Delay,Power DissipationandscalinginCMOScircuits.IntroductiontoSPICE Introduction to HDL: Design Flow, Design Methodologies, HDL History, Capabilities, Hardware Abstraction,BasicTerminology,ModelAnalysis,ComparisonbetweenVHDLandVerilog. BasicVHDLElements:Identifiers,DataObjects,DataTypes,Operators. Behavioral Modeling: Entity declaration, architecture body, Various Sequential Statements and Constructs,multipleprocesses,postponedprocesses. Dataflow Modeling: Concurrent Signal Assignment Statements, delta delay model, multiple drivers,blockstatement,concurrentassertionstatement. StructuralModeling:ComponentDeclaration,componentInstantiation,resolvingsignalvalues. Supporting Constructs: Generics and Configuration, Subprograms and Overloading, Operator overloading,Packagedeclaration,packagebody,designLibraries,visibility. Books 1. CMOSDigitalIntegratedCircuitsAnalysis&Design:S.M.KangandY.Leblibici 2. SolidStateElectronicDevices :B.G.Streetman&S.Banerjee 3. IntroductiontoVLSI :K.EshraghianandPucknell 4. VHDLprimer :J.Bhasker 5. VHDL:AnalysisandModellingofDigitalSystems :Z.Navabi;McGrawHillPub.

ELECTRONICSWITCHINGCIRCUITS L 3 T 0 P 0

1. Introductiontosequentialcircuits:FlipFlops,flipflopconversions,flipflopexcitationtable. Classificationofsequentialcircuits.RegistersandAtoDandDtoAconvertercircuits. 2. Design & analysis of synchronous sequential circuits: Sequential circuits introductory examples,Counters,SequenceDetectorandSequenceGeneratorcircuitsDefinitestatemodel Basicdefinition,capabilities&Limitationoffinitestatemachines,stateequivalence&machine minimization, simplification of incompletely specified machines, Extraction of maximum compatibles,synthesis&analysisofsynchronoussequentialcircuits. 3. Design of asynchronous sequential circuits: Introduction to asynchronous circuits, timing diagram,statediagram&flowtables,fundamentalmodecircuits,synthesis,stateassignment inasynchronoussequentialcircuits,pulsemodecircuits. 4. Hazards: Introduction, gate delays, generation of spikes, production of static hazards in combinational networks, elimination of static hazards, design of hazard free combinational networks,hazardfreeasynchronouscircuitdesign,dynamichazards,essential. 5. Contact networks & symmetric networks: Relay contents, analysis & Synthesis of contact Networks,Propertiesofsymmetricfunctions,Synthesis&identificationofsymmetricfunctions Books: 1. Switchingandfiniteautomatatheory :ZVIKohavi 2. Logicaldesignofswitchingcircuits :DouglasLewin. 3. LogicDesign :N.NBiswas

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE351 CONCRETESTRUCTUREDESIGN L 4 T 1 P 0

1. Introduction: Properties of concrete and reinforcing steel, design philosophies, limit state, ultimateloadmethod,workingstressmethod. 2. Limitstatemethod:DesignofBeams:Singlyreinforced,doublyreinforced,rectangular,Tand Lbeamsandlintels. DesignofSlabs:Oneway,twoway,baffleslabs. DesignofColumns:Subjectedtoeccentricandaxialloading,UsingS.P.16. Design of Stair Cases: Types terms used, design of stairs spanning, horizontally, doglegged stairswithquarterspacelanding,stairswithcentralstringerbeam. 3. Designoffootings:Individualandcombinedfootingandraftfoundation. 4. Designofretainingwalls:Varioustypesofretainingwalls,designofcantileverandcounterfort retainingwalls. 5. Design of water tanks: Analysis of beams curved in plan, design of R.C.C. rectangular and curcular water tanks resting on ground, design of underground tanks, design of overhead watertanks. Books 1. ReinforcedConcreteStructuresVol1 :B.C.Punmia 2. ReinforcedConcrete(Limitstatedesign) :A.K.Jain 3. R.C.C.Design :P.Dayaratnam 4. ReinforcedConcrete :AshokK.Jain 5. DesignCodesandDesignAids

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE352 TRANSPORTATIONENGINEERINGI L T P 3 1 0 3. Road development and planning: Brief history of road development, road cross section, necessity of transportation planning, classification of roads, road patterns, planning surveys, saturationsystem,highwayplanninginIndia,roaddevelopmentplans 4. Highway location and alignment: Basic requirements of an ideal alignment and factors controlling,engineeringsurveyforhighwaylocation,drawingandreports,highwayprojects. 5. Highway geometric design: Highway crosssection elements, sight distances, Design of horizontalalignment,Transitioncurvesandverticalalignment. 6. Traffic engineering: Traffic characteristics, traffic studies and their uses, traffic flow characteristics,trafficcontroldevices,intersections,trafficplanning,Tripgenerationmodels, tripdistributionmodels,modalsplitanalysis. 7. Pavements design: Design factors, Design of flexible pavements, CBR, GI and Burmister methods,Designofrigidpavements. 8. Pavement materials: Soils, Aggregates and their characteristics, Bituminous materials and mixtures,portlandcementconcrete. 9. Constructionofroads:Constructionofwaterboundmacadamroads,bituminouspavements, cementconcretepavements,designandconstructionofjointsincementconcretepavements. 10. Hill roads: General considerations, alignment, geometric design and construction, drainage andmaintenanceproblemsinhillroads 11. Highway maintenance: Pavement failures, maintenance of highway pavement , evaluation andstrengtheningofexistingpavements. Books: 1. HighwayEngineering :S.K.KhannaandC.E.G.Justo 2. PrinciplesofTransportationEngineering :PathaChakrabortyandAnimeshDas 3. TrafficEngineeringandTransportPlanning :L.R.Kadiyali 4. HighwayVol.IandII :C.A.O_Flaherty 5. HighwayEngineering :S.K.Sharma

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE353 THEORYOFSTRUCTURESLAB L T P 0 0 2 Listofexperiments: 1. ToverifytheBettislaw. 2. Studyofathreehingedarchexperimentallyforagivensetofloadingandtocomparethe resultswiththoseobtainedanalytically. 3. Toobtainexperimentallytheinfluencelinediagramforhorizontalthrustinathreehinged archandtocomparethesamewiththetheoreticalvalue. 4. Todeterminetheflexuralrigidityofagivenbeam. 5. Tostudythebehaviorofdifferenttypeofstruts. 6. Toverifymomentareatheoremforslopesanddeflectionofabeams. 7. Tofindthedeflectionofapinconnectedtrussandtoverifytheresultsbycalculationand graphically. 8. Todeterminethecarryoverfactorsforbeamwithrigidconnections. 9. Todeterminetherotationalstiffnessofabeamwhenfarendis(a)fixed(b)pinned. 10. Determineexperimentallythehorizontaldisplacementoftherollerendofatwohinged arch for a given set of a loading and to compare the results with those obtained analytically. 11. Toobtainexperimentallytheinfluencelinediagramforhorizontalthrustinatwohinged archandtocomparethesamewiththetheoreticalvalue.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE352(P) TRANSPORTATIONENGINEERINGLAB Listofexperiments: 1. Todeterminetheimpactvalueofaggregates 2. Todeterminethecrushingvalueofaggregates 3. Todeterminetheflakinessandelongationindexofaggregates. 4. ToperformLosangelesandtestonaggregates. 5. Todeterminethecbrvalueofagivensoilsample. 6. Todeterminethecbrvalueofgivensoilaggregatesmix. 7. Toconductthegrainsizeanalysisofcourseaggregate&fineaggregates. 8. Toperformpenetrationtestonbitumen 9. Todeterminethesofteningpointofbitumenmaterial. 10. Todeterminethespecificgravityandwaterabsorptionofaggregates. 11. TodeterminetheductilityvalueofabitumenMaterial. 12. Toperformfloattestonbitumen.

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 6thSemester CourseNo. CE361 CE362 CE363 CE364 CE365 CE366 CE362(P) Subject SteelStructureDesign EnvironmentEngg.I TransportationEngg.II IrrigationEngg.andHydrology StructuralDrawing MinorProject Environment.Engg.Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 T 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 Hours Credit 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 24 4 4 4 4 2 2 1 21

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE361 STEELSTRUCTUREDESIGN L T P 3 1 0 1. Design of connections in steel structures: Riveted, and bolted and welded connections, assumptions, Different types of joints, design of various types of riveted and welded connectionssubjectedtodirectloadsandmoments. 2. Design of tension members: Selection of section, I.S. specifications, design of axially loaded tensionmembers,designofmembersforaxialtensionandbending,endconnections,design ofluganglesandtensionsplices. 3. Designofcompressionmembers:Theoryofbuckling,designofcolumn,crosssection(single and built up sections), design of angle struts, eccentrically loaded columns, column splices, lacingsandbattens. 4. Design of beams: Laterally stability, design of single and built up beams, plated beams and curtailmentofflangeplates. 5. Design of column bases and column footings: Slab base, gusseted base, and column bases subjectedtomoment.Independentcolumnfooting,combinedcolumnFooting. 6. Designofrooftrusses:Typesoftrusses,roofsandsidecoverage,typesofloadingsandload combinations,designofmembersandconnections. 7. Water tanks: Design of rectangular pressed steel tanks, cylindrical tanks with hemispherical bottom,designofstaging. 8. Plastic design of steel structures: Review of plastic analysis as covered in earlier courses, Effect of normal and shear forces on plastic moments, lateral buckling and local buckling of beam.Designofbeamsandframes,designofconnectionsstraightcorner,beamcolumnand plateconnections. Books: 1.DesignofSteelStructures :A.S.AryaandJ.L.Ajmani 2.DesignofSteelStructures :RamChandra 3.DesignofSteelStructures :P.Dayaratnam

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE362 WATERANDWASTEWATERENGINEERING

L T P 3 1 0 1. Waterenvironment:Environment,waterresourcesofhydrosphere,differentwaterpollutants and their impacts on human being, sources of supply, yield, design of intakes, estimation of demand,designperiod. 2. Waterandwastewatercharacteristics:Waterqualitycriteriaandstandardsforpotableand industrial uses, control of water borne diseases, Physical, chemical and biological characteristics of domestic and industrial waste waters, significance of pollutant parameters andeffluentdischargestandards. 3. TreatmentobjectiveandmethodsUnitoperationsandprocessesandselectionoftreatment modeandsequence Primarytreatment: screening, neutralization, equalization, flocculation, sedimentation, floatation,stripping. Secondarytreatment:suspended and attached biological growth systems for aerobic, anaerobic,andanoxicprocesses,lagoonsandstabilizationponds. Tertiarytreatment: Oxidation/reduction, precipitation, adsorption, ion exchange and membrane(R)O/UF)Processes,disinfection. 4. Conveyanceanddistributionsystems: Conductors: differentpipesystems,designconsiderations,laying,testingandeffects ofpipecorrosionanditspreventivemeasures. Sewers: hydraulic design, construction and appurtenances, operation and maintenance. Pumpsandpumping: necessity, types of pumps, characteristics curves, selection criteria, economical diameter of pumping/transmission main, problems in sewagepumping. Distributionnetwork: methods, layout, storage, and distribution reservoir, analysis of distributionsystems. 5. Plumbing systems: General principles, materials for service pipe, service connection, water meters, and valves, Principles of house drainage, pipes, traps, sanitary fittings, systems of plumbing,housedrainageplans. 6. Ruralandsemiurbansanitation:Collectionanddisposalofdryrefuse,sullage,excretalwaste, nightsoildisposalwithoutwatercarriage,latrines,chemicaltoilets,precastunitsforlowcost sanitation. Books: 1. TheoryandPracticeofWaterandWastewatertreatment :RonaldL.Droste 2. WastewaterEngineeringTreatmentandreuse :MetcalfandEddy 3. WaterandWastewaterTechnology :M.JHammer 4. CPHEEO(MinistryofUrbanDevelopment,NewDelhi).Manualon (i) WaterSupplyandTreatment. (ii) SewerageandSewageTreatment.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE363 TRANSPORTATIONENGINEERINGII L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Urban transportation planning: Introduction, Transportation system management, Transportation plan, Travel forecasting, Trip generation models Multiple linear regression analysis, Category analysis, Trip Distribution Fratar method, Gravity model, Mode usage Tripinterchangemodechoicemodels,TripassignmentMinimumpathtechniques. 2. Airports: Introduction, ICAO, Aircraft characteristics, Airport Planning, Regional planning, developmentofnewairports,airportsiteselection,Airportobstructions,Zoning,classification ofobstructions,imaginarysurfaces,approachzoneandturningzones,Runwaydesign,airport capacity, loading apron, service hanger, taxiway design, introduction to airport pavement design. 3. Railways: Component parts of railway track, gauges, resistances to traction and stresses in track,variousresistancesandtheirevaluation,haulingcapacityandtractiveeffort,stressesin rail, sleepers, Coning of wheels, creep, wear, joints in rails, sleeper types, rail fittings and fixtures, ballast, Geometric Design, Track alignment, horizontal curves, super elevation, equilibrium cant and cant deficiency, transition curves, vertical curvesgradients and grade compensation,pointsandcrossings,Designofsimpleturnout,varioustypesoftrackjunctions, Principlesandclassificationofsignals,functionsandmethodsofinterlocking. Books: 1. TransportationEngineering :C.J.KhistyandB.K.Lall 2. AirportPlanningandDesign :Khanna,AroraandJain 3. ATextbookofRailwayEngineering :SaxenaandArora 4. PlanningandDesigningofAirport :RobersHorenjeff 5. IndianRailwayTracks :M.M.Agarwal 6. FundamentalsofTransportationEngineering :C.SPapacostas

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE364 IRRIGATIONENGINEERINGANDHYDROLOGY L 3 1. Hydrology: Hydrologicalcycle Precipitation: Losses: T 1 P 0

Measurement,Computationofaveragerainfalloverabasin Evaporation, transpiration, depression storage, infiltration, overland flow Runoff: Factorsaffectingcomputation,estimationofmaximumrateofrunoff HydrographAnalysis:UnitandShydrograph,UnitHydrographfromcomplexstorms,rational method.

2. Groundwaterflow:Specificyield,storagecoefficient,coefficientofpermeability,confinedand unconfined aquifers, aquitards, radial flow into a well under confined and unconfined condition,tubewells,pumpingandrecuperationtests,groundwaterpotential. 3. Irrigationengineering: Waterrequirementsofcrops: Function of irrigation water, limiting soil water conditions, Depth and frequency of irrigation, duty and delta, irrigation efficiencies,principalcrops,assessmentofirrigationwater. Irrigationmethodsandtheirefficiencies Canals: Canal classification, distribution system for canal irrigation, canal capacity, canal losses, alignment of canals, most efficient section, lined canals, their design, regime theory, Critical shear stress, bed load, local and suspended load transport,costanalysisoflinedandunlinedcanals,drainage behindlining. Waterlogging: causesandcontrol,drainagesystemdesign,salinity. Books: 1. DesignofIrrigationStructures :S.K.Sharma. 2. IrrigationandWaterPowerEngineering :B.C.Punmia,PandeandB.B.Lal 3. IrrigationEngineeringandHydraulicStructures :S.R.Sahasrabudhe 4. IrrigationEngineeringVol.I,IIandIII :K.R.Sharma 5. IrrigationPracticeandDesignVol.1toVII :K.B.Khushalni 6. TheFundamentalsPrinciplesofIrrigationandWaterPower:B.B.Priyani 7. FundamentalsofIrrigationEngineering :Bharatsingh 8. ISICodes.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE365 STRUCTURALDRAWING L 0 1. Introduction: Building Byelaws, Orientation and Principles of planning, introduction of structuraldrawing. 2. Different types of bonds in walls and junctions in brick masonry, details of masonry columns,Drawingsofpartitionwalls,cavitywalls. 3. StructuralDrawingofRCCStructures,foundations,staircases,retainingwalls,watertanks. 4. StructuralDrawingofsteelstructures,connections,beams,columns,trusses. T 0 P 3

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE362(P) ENVIRONMENTALENGINEERINGLABORATORY L 0 Listofexperiments: 1. Tofindtheturbidityandcolourofagivensampleofwater. 2. TodeterminethepHvalueofagivensampleofwater. 3. Todeterminethecarbonate,bicarbonate,andhydroxidealkalinityofasample. 4. Tofindouttheconcentrationofchloridesinthegivensampleofwater. 5. ToestimatethehardnessofthegivensampleofwaterbystandardEDTAmethod. 6. Todetermineresidualchlorineinagivensampleofwater. 7. To find out total dissolved solid, settleable solids and suspended solids of the given sample. 8. Tofindthequantityofdissolvedoxygen(DO)presentinthegivensample. 9. To determine biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) exerted by the given waste water sample. 10. TofindtheoptimumamountofcoagulantrequiredtotreattheturbidwaterbyJarTest. 11. Tofindouttotalbacterialcountpresentinagivensample(SPCT). 12. TodetermineMPNofcoliformsofthegivensample. Books 1. StandardMethodsfortheExaminationofWaterandWastewater:APHA,AWWA,WPCF 2. ChemistryforEnvironmentalEnggandScience:C.N.Sawyer,P.L.McCarty&G.F.Parkin T 0 P 2

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 7thSemester CourseNo. CE471 CE472 CE473 CE474 CE476 CE477 CE478 Subject FoundationEngineering ProjectManagementandQuantity Surveying SolidWastesandEnvironmental Pollution DepartmentalElectiveI Industrialtraining**Viva MajorProject1 Seminar L 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 T 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 Hours Credit 4 4 4 4 0 6 3 25 4 4 4 4 2 3 2 23

Total LISTOFDEPARTMENTALELECTIVE(CE474,CE482,CE483) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. AdvancedStructuralAnalysis. AdvancedStructuralDesign BridgeEngineering TrafficEngg. TransportationPlanningandPublicTransport SoilDynamics GroundWaterEngg. WaterPowerEngineering EnvironmentalAssessmentandModeling

(NB:ReferforCE474inthesyllabusof8thSemester)

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE471 FOUNDATIONENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P 0

1. Stabilityofslopes:Stabilityoffiniteandinfiniteslopes,typesoffailures,differentfactorsof safety, determination of factor of safety by method of slices, swedish circle, friction circle, Bishops method, MorgensternPrice method, Taylors stability number, location of critical circle,stabilityanalysisofearthdamslopesfordifferentconditions.Designoffiltersandrock toe 2. Earth pressure: Different types of earth pressures, states of plastic equilibrium Rankines theory and Coulombs theory, influence of water table, surcharge, wall friction and deformation on the earth pressure, application of Rankines and Coulombs theory to cohesionless and cohesive soils, Culmanns graphical method, stability considerations for retainingwalls,effectorearthquakes.Designofretainingwalls. 3. Sheet plies: Different types of sheet pile wallsfree and fixed earth support, anchored bulk heads,designprinciples,archingintunnels,opencutstruttingandsheeting. 4. Foundations:Differenttypesofloadsonfoundations,typesofshallowanddeepfoundations, footingraftspileswellsselection of foundation typedewatering of foundationstype of explorations,methodsofboring,soilsamplesandsamples. 5. Shallow foundations: Definition, bearing capacity, factors affecting bearing capacity, terzaghis theory of bearing capacity, effect of foundation size and shape, Effect of ground water table, determination of bearing capacity from building codes, plate load test, penetrationtest,staticanddynamicconetests,Houselsapproach,bearingcapacityofsands and clays, settlements of foundation. Elastic settlements, consolidation settlements, differential settlements, permissible settlements, design principles of depth of foundation, spreadfooting,combinedfooting,raftfoundations,principlesoffloatingfrats,foundationson nonuniformsoils. 6. Deep foundation: Types of piles based on function, materials and methods of construction, friction and end bearing piles, static formulaeEngineering News and Hileys formula, group action in piles, block failures, settlement of pile groups in sands and clays pile load test negativeskinfriction,underreamedpiles. 7. Wellfoundation:Elements,forcesactingonwell,lateralstabilityanalysis,problemsinsinking ofwellsandremedialmeasures. 8. Machine foundations: model study, natural frequency of block foundation system, block foundationunderverticalvibration. 9. Reinforcedearth:Introduction,analysisanddesignofreinforcedearthwall,reinforcedearth base. Books: 1.AnalysisandDesignofFoundation andRetainingStructures :S.ParkashandGopalRanjan 2. SoilEngineeringTheoryandPractice :AlamSingh 3. SoilMechanics :B.M.Das 4. DesignofSubstructures :SwamiSaran

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE472 PROJECTMANAGEMENTANDQUANTITYSURVEYING L T P 3 1 0 1. Net work techniques and construction organisation: An overview of planning process, planning through bar charts, mile stone charts,Definitions and difference between CPM and PERT,basicconceptofnetworkpreparations,applicationsinconstructionplanningscheduling and control, funds, material, layout and equipment planning using network techniques, Differenttypesoforganization,theirstructures,advantagesandlimitation. 2. Construction plant and equipment: Factors affecting selection of equipment, bulldozer, dumpers, trenchers, excavators, hoe , hoists, graders, piling hammers, pumps, compressors, bitumen mix plant, rollers, clam shell, aggregate production techniques, crushers, concrete production(onlygeneralfeaturesofequipmentswillbediscussed). 3. Estimating and analysis of rates: Different types of estimates, deductions for openings, methods of taking out of quantities for building culverts, irrigation works, road works, canal works,sanitaryandR.C.C.work,Schedulingofrates,analysisofrates,probleminanalysisof rates for earth work, brick masonry, stone masonry, cement concrete, RCC work, iron work, plastering,flooring,whitewashing,painting,woodwork. 4. Specifications: Object of specifications, general specifications, detailed specifications of the following:earthworkinfoundation,leanconcreteinfoundation,cementconcrete,RCC,brick work,plastering,cementconcretefloor,mosaicfloor,whitewashing,distempering,painting, doors and windows, DPC, centering and shuttering, stone masonry, cement mortar, lime mortar. 5. Accounts procedures and valuation: Regular and work charged establishment, pay bill, ACR, classifications of works, contract, tender, tender notice, earnest money, security money, arranging contract, power of accepting tender, daily Labour, muster roll, classification of contracts, penalty, measurement book, account procedures of stores, issue rate, stock accounting,billvoucher,firstandfinalbill,advancepayment,handreceipt,refundofsecurity money, cash book, imprest, deposit works, temporary advances, treasury challan, inventory, administrative approval, competent authority, Gross income, net income, outgoing, scrap value, salvage value, obsolescence, annuity, capitalized value, years purchase, sinking fund, depreciation, valuation of building, determination of depreciation, method of valuation, fixationofrates,plintharearequiredforresidentialbuilding. Books: 1. ConstructionPlanningequipmentsandmethods:R.L.Peurity 2. PERTandCPM :L.S.Srinath 3. QuantitySurveying :B.N.Dutta.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE473 SOLIDWASTESANDENVIRONMENTALPOLLUTION L T P 3 1 0 Solid waste management: Solid waste generation, onsite handling, storage and processing, collection,transferandtransport,processingtechniquesandequipments,recoveryofresources, conversionproductsandenergy,disposal. Hazardous waste management: Exposure and risk assessment, environment legislation, characterization and site assessment, waste minimization, incineration, transportation, storage, landfilldisposal,facilitysiting,siteremediation. Biomedical waste management and handling: Biomedical waste management issues, waste generation,currentpracticesinhealthcarefacilities,environmentalconcerns,labelingandcolour coding for waste storage, collection, transportation, treatment, common treatment facility, disposal. Ecologyandenvironment:Roleofecologyinenvironmentalissues,salientfeaturesofmajoreco systems, energy transfer, local, regional and global impacts, ecological chain and balance, quantitativeecologyinthecontextofenvironmentalimpactassessmentofdevelopmentprojects. Airpollution:Sources,emissionofgases,suspendedparticulatemater,classificationdynamicsof pollutantdispersionanddisposal,effectsonenvironmentincludinglivingandnonlivingmatter, remedial measures and their effectiveness, environmental assessment, acts relating to air pollution,standards. Noise pollution: Properties of sound waves, characterization of noise, kinetics of noise, rating systems,measurementandcontrolstandards. Books: 1. HazardousWastemanagement :M.D.LaGrega,P.L.Buckingham,J.C.Evans 2. IntroductiontoEnvironmentalEngineering:M.L.DavisandD.A.Cornwell. 3. IntegratedsolidWasteManagement, PrinciplesandManagementIssues :G.Tchobanoglous,H.Theisen,S.Vigil. 4. ManualonMunicipalSolidWaste Management :CPHEEO(MinistryofUrbanDevelopment)

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 8thSemester CourseNo. CE481 CE482 CE483 CE484 CE487 Subject DesignofHydraulicStructure DepartmentalElectiveII DepartmentalElectiveIII DepartmentalElectiveIV MajorProjectII L 3 3 3 3 0 T 1 1 1 0 0 P/D 0 0 0 0 6 Hours Credit 4 4 4 3 6 22 4 4 4 3 3 18

Total TotalCredit=188 LISTOFDEPARTMENTALELECTIVE(CE474,CE482,CE483) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. AdvancedStructuralAnalysis. AdvancedStructuralDesign BridgeEngineering TrafficEngg. TransportationPlanningandPublicTransport SoilDynamics GroundWaterEngg. WaterPowerEngineering EnvironmentalAssessmentandModeling

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE481 DESIGNOFHYDRAULICSTRUCTURES L T P 3 1 0 1. Canal head works: Introduction, layout, selection of site for diversion head work, various components and their functions, design of weirs and barrages on permeable foundation, Blighs creep theory, Khoslas method of independent variables, use of Khowslas charts, silt ejectorsandtheirdesignprinciples. 2. Canalfalls:Necessityandlocationofcanalfalls,types,designofSardaandGlacisfalls,energy dissipationdevicesandarrangement. 3. Canalregulationworks:Canalheadregulatorsandcrossregulators,theirfunctionsanddesign concepts. 4. Crossdrainageworks:Introduction,typesofcrossdrainageworksandtheirselection,design aspectsofaqueducts,siphonaqueducts,supperpassages,canalsiphonandlevelcrossings. 5. Storage works: Investigation and planning for reservoirs, capacity and yield, storage works, typesofdamsandtheirchoice,selectionofsuitablesite. Gravitydams: Boreet in time, two dimensional design, stability criteria and foundation treatment. Earthdams: Design aspects of earth dams, simple design, seepage through earth dams, controlseepage,designoffilters. Archdams: Constant angle and constant center arch dams (simple design and sketch), buttressandmultiplearchdams(principleandsketch). 6. Spillwayandstillingbasins:Introduction,spillwaycapacity,differenttypes,energydissipation belowspillways,stillingbasins:typeIandII,gatesandvalvesaerators. Books: 1. FundamentalsofIrrigation :BharatSingh 2. IrrigationEngineeringandHydraulicsStructures :S.R.Sahasrabudhe 3.TheoryandDesignofIrrigationStructuresVol.IandII :R.S.Varshney

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Introduction:Stiffness,flexibility,flexibilityandstiffnessmatrices. Matrix Methods in skeletal structural analysis: force and displacement methods, analysisofbeams,framesandtrussesincludinganalysisusingsubstructures. Approximate Methods for Structural Analysis: Cantilever and portal methodstwo cycle momentdistribution Theory of Plates and Shells: Analysis of plates, folded plates and singly curved shells: conventionalandapproximatemethods.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE ADVANCEDSTRUCTURALDESIGN L 3 1. Wind,Snow,Pounding,Seismic,BridgeLoading 2. LightandIndustrialBuildingDesign:IndustrialBuildingswithCranes,LoadingConditions andComb,generalBuildingSystems,RoofSystems,FramingSystems,BracingSystems. 3. Plate Girder Design: Introduction to Plate Girders, design of web plate, flanges, curtailment of flange plates, design of web stiffeners, web splices and flange splices, weldedplategirder. 4. Prestressed Concrete Design: Basic Concepts of Prestressing, Calculation of Stresses in PrestressedBeams,PartialLossofPrestress,FlexuralDesignofPrestressedBeams,Flexural StrengthDesignforShear. 5. Yieldlinetheory:IntroductiontoYieldlinetheoryforreinforcedconcreteslabs,Yieldline solutionsbasedonworkequations. 6. Timber design: Timber as a structural material, Material properties, Rigidjoined frames design under combined axial and flexural loads, General concept of glued laminated timber,Generalrulesfordesigningofgluedlaminatedstructures,Designofboltedjointsin timberstructures. Books: 1.ReinforcedConcrete 2.SteelStructures 3.Prestressedconcrete 4.ReinforcedConcreteDesign :E.G.Nawy :V.N.VaziraniandM.M.Ratwani :Krishnaraju :R.N.KrishnaandR.N.Pranesh T 1 P 0

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE 1. BRIDGEENGINEERING L T P 3 1 0 Introduction:Definitions,componentsofabridge,classification,importanceandstandard specifications. Investigationforbridge:Siteselection,datadrawing,designdischargelinearwaterway, economical span, location of piers and abutments, vertical clearance above HFL, scour depth.Trafficprojection,investigationreportchoiceofbridgetype. StandardspecificationforRoadBridge:IRCbridgecode,determinationofdeadloadsand liveloads,windloads,longitudinalforces,centrifugalforces,horizontalforcesduetowater current buoyancy effect, earth pressure, temperature effect, deformation stresses, Secondarystresses,erectionstresses,seismicforces. Culverts:Designofslabculvertandboxculvert. DesignofTbeamreinforcedconcretebridges. Designofprestressedconcretebridges. Designofsubstructure:Designofpiersandmasonryabutments. Books: 1.Essentialsofbridgeengineering 2.Designofconcretebridge 3.Concretebridges 4.BridgeEngineering

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L T P 3 1 0 Properties of traffic engineering elements: Introduction to Traffic Engineering, Vehicle Characteristics,HumanfactorsanddriverCharacteristics,RoadCharacteristics. Traffic engineering studies and analysis: Introduction to traffic studies, Traffic volume studies,speedstudies,originand destination studies. Travel time and delay studies, parkingstudies,accidentstudies. Trafficflowcharacteristics:NatureofTrafficflow,ApproachestounderstandTrafficFlow, Parameters connected with Traffic flow, Categories of Traffic flow, Uninterrupted traffic flow model. Analysis of speed, flow and density relationship, Empirical studies of traffic streamCharacteristics Fundamentals of interrupted traffic flow: Shock waves, Traffic flow at signalized intersections,Trafficflowatunsignalizedintersections. Intersection control and design: Introduction, Types of intersections, Design considerations,Trafficcontroldevices,Conflictareasatintersections,TypesofIntersection controls,Trafficsignals,warrantsforinterchanges,Designofinterchanges. Highwaycapacity:Introduction,Highwaycapacity,Levelofservice,basicfreewaycapacity studies,Multilane,Highwaycapacity,twolaneHighwaycapacities.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE TRANSPORTATIONPLANNINGANDPUBLICTRANSPORT L T P 3 1 0 Transportation planning process: Introduction, Elements of Transportation Planning, Definitiongoalsand objectives, Identification of needs, Generation of Alternatives, Evaluationofalternatives,Implementationofalternatives. Landuseandtransportationsystem:Urbansystemcomponents,Conceptanddefinitions, criteriaformeasuringandcomparingurbanstructure,landuseandtransportation. Transport demand analysis: Nature and analysis of Transportation demand, Sequential demand analysis, Tripgeneration models, Tripdistribution models, Models split analysis, Trafficassignmentmodels. Public transportation: Historical development of urban transportation, Mass Transit Definitions and classification, Route development, stop location and stopping policy, Scheduledevelopment. Transportation economics: Scope of transportation economics, Transportation demand, demand,supplyandequilibrium,Sensitivityoftraveldemand,Factorsaffectingelasticities, elementsofengineeringeconomics.

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE SOILDYNAMICS L 3 1. Introductionandfundamentalsofvibration:Soilmechanicsandsoildynamics,Natureof dynamicloads,Stressconditionsonsoilelementsunderearthquakeloading,Problemsof dynamic loading of soil and soil structures. Earthquakes causes, origin, classification and effects. 2. Theoryofvibrations:Undampedanddampedvibrations,Forcedvibrationswithharmonic excitation,Systemundertransientvibrations,Rayleighsmethod,Logarithmicdecrement, Determination of viscous damping, Transmissibility, Principles of vibration measuring instruments,Systemswithtwodegreeoffreedom(vibrationabsorber),Systemswithmulti degreeoffreedom,Spectralresponse. 3. Wave propagation in an elastic medium: Wave propagation in an elastic rod, Wave propagationinanelasticinfinitemedium,Wavepropagationinasemiinfiniteelastichalf space,Wavesgeneratedbyasurfacefooting. 4. Stressstrain characteristics of soil under dynamic loads: Introduction to dynamic tests, Pendulum loading apparatus, Behaviour of saturated sands under transit loading, Effects ofstaticstresslevelandnumberofpulsesonstrengthofcohesivesolids,Oscillatorysimple shear, Resonant column apparatus, Wave propagation methods, Block resonance test, Cyclicplateloadtest. 5. Dynamicearthpressure:Behaviourofretainingwallsduringearthquakes,Modificationon Coulombs theory Modified Culmanns construction, Analytical solution of c soils, displacementanalysis,Indianstandardcodeofpractice. 6. Dynamic bearing capacity: Earthquake load on footing, Effect of horizontal load and moment, Provision of relevant standards, Dynamic analysis for vertical and horizontal loads. 7. Liquefactions of soil: Theory and criterion of liquefaction, Factors affecting liquefaction characteristics, Liquefaction studies in triaxial shear and oscillatory simple shear, Evaluation of liquefaction potential, Liquefaction analysis from standard penetration test data,Introductiontoshaketableandfieldtest. 8. Machine foundations: Degrees of freedom of a machine foundation, Vertical sliding, Rocking,Yawingvibrationsofablock,Simultaneousrockingslidingandverticalvibrations ofablock,Indiastandardsfordesignoffoundationsforreciprocatingmachinesandimpact typeofmachines. Books: 1. SoilDynamics 2. Dynamicsofbasesandfoundations 3. SoilDynamicsandMachineFoundations :ShamsherParkash :D.D.Barken :SwamiSaran. T 1 P 0

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE WATERPOWERENGINEERING L 3 1. Introduction:PrincipalComponentsofhydroelectricscheme,waterrequirement,concept offirmpowerandsecondarypower,plantcapacity. 2. Typeshydroelectricplants:Classificationofhydropowerplants.Storage,Runoffofthe river and pumped storage plants, classification based on operating head, base load and peakloadplants. 3. Pondageandstorage:Needforpondageandstorage,requirementsofstorage,economic analysis of storage capacity, aspects of cost allocation for different purposes, reservoir operationusingflowdurationandmasscurvesconsiderationsforfloodrouting. 4. Intake:Typesofintake,designoftrenchweir. 5. Desilting:Introduction,typesofdesiltingbasins,Principalofdesilting,DesignofDesilting basins. 6. Water conductor system: Intake structures, desilting tanks, conveyance channels and tunnels, surge tanks, surge shafts or fore bays, pressure shafts, penstocks, power house andtailracechannels,differenttypesofthreestructuresandtheirbriefdesignaspects. 7. Hydraulicsprimemovers:Conveyancechannelsandtunnels,surgetanks,surgeshaftsor forebays,Pressureshafts,penstocks,designsofwaterconveyancesystemsandpenstocks. 8. Powerhouse:Typesofpowerhouses,variouscomponentsandpowerplanning. 9. Economics of hydro power installation: Engineering feasibility, political consideration, economic feasibility, analysis of cost, cost of power, operation of a power plant system, costofhydropower. 10. Projectreport:Generalreport,designreport,costandestimatereport. Books: 1. HydroelectricalEngineering 2. WaterPowerEngineering 3. WaterPowerDevelopment(Vol.IandII) :CreagerandJustin :Barrows :MosonyL.Emil T 1 P 0

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L T P 3 1 0 Environmental assessment: Evolution of environmental impact assessment (EIA), EIA at project,regionalandpolicylevel;strategicEIA,EIAprocess,screeningandscopingcriteria, rapid and comprehensive EIA, specialized areas like environmental health impact assessment, environmental risk analysis, economic valuation methods, cost benefit analysis,expertsystemandGISapplications,uncertainties. Environmental policies and legislation: Legislative and environmental clearance proceduresinIndiaandothercountries,sittingcriteria,publicparticipation,resettlement andrehabilitation Methodologies:PracticalapplicationsofEIA,EIAmethodologies,baselinedatacollection, prediction and assessment of impacts on physical, biological and socioeconomic environment, environmental management plan, post project monitoring, EIA report and EIS,reviewprocess. Environmental systems Modelling: Principles of modelling, classification; introduction to air quality models, meteorology, atmospheric stability and turbulence, Gaussian plume model and modification, numerical models, Transport and fate of pollutant in aquatic system, introduction to river, estuarine and lake hydrodynamics, stratification and eutrophicationoflakes,dissolvedoxygenmodelforstreams,temperaturemodels.

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE ROCKMECHANICS L 3 1. Introduction: Rock Mechanics and its relationship with soil mechanics and engineering geology,applicationofrockmechanicstocivilengineeringproblems. 2. Classification of rocks: Lithological classification, engineering classification of rocks, classification based on wave velocity ratio, R.Q.D. Classification of rock masses i.e. RMR andQsystems. 3. Rockproperties:Laboratorytest,compression,tensile,voidindex,permeabilityandshear, effectsofsizeofspecimen,rateoftesting,confiningpressureetc.Stressstraincurvesof typical rocks, strength of intact and fissured rocks, effects of anisotropy, saturation and temperatureeffects,shearstrengthofjointedrockmass. 4. Fieldtest:Uniaxialtestsintunnelsandopenexcavations,sheartest,pressurestunneltests etc. 5. Stability of rock slopes: Mode of failure of rock slopes, plane wedge analysis, 3Dwedge analysiscircularmodeoffailure,backanalysisofslopes,stabilitycharts,typesanddesign ofrockbolts. 6. Determinationofinsitustresses:Stressesinrock,methodsofdetermininginsitustresses i.ehydraulicfracturing,flatjacktestandovercoring. 7. Designoftunnels:Rockpressuretheories,groundreactioncurve,rocksupportinteraction analysis empirical and semi empirical methods of analysis, simple method of tunnel, design,typesanddesignoftunnellining. 8. Foundation of rocks: Stress distribution in foundation, methods of determination of bearingcapacity of rocks, improvement of rock properties, pressure grouting for tunnels anddams,dentalconcreting,shearzonetreatment. Books: 1.RockMechanicsinEngineeringPractice 2.Undergroundexcavationinrock 3.RockMechanicsinEngineeringPractice 4.IntroductiontoRockMechanics T 0 P 0

Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE 1. ENVIRONMENTALGEOTECHNOLOGY L T P 3 0 0 Introductionandwastecharacterisation:Wastegenerationanddisposalonland,sources ofsolidwaste,wastequantities,characteristicsofsolidwaste,managementofsolidwaste, impact on environment. Liquid waste characterization, solid waster characterization, Geotechnicalpropertiesofsolidwaste,hazardouswastecharacterization. Ground water contamination processes beneath landfill: Sources of ground water contamination, Transport Mechanisms, Flow through soil beneath landfills, Transport processinsoilbeneathlandfills,PlumebeneathLandfills. Landfillplanninganddesignconsideration:Introduction,typesoflandfills,siteselection forlandfills,sitecharacterization,landfilllayout,landfillsection,landfillcapacity,planning ofphasedoperation,leachatecollectionfacility,gascollectionfacility,finalcover,surface water drainage, stability aspects, environmental monitoring systems, construction schedule, material requirement, equipment requirement, environmental control during operation,landfillclosureandpostclosureplan. Landfill liners compacted clays and amendedsoils: Hydraulic conductivity of compacted soils, Factors affecting hydraulic conductivity, Compacted soil liners, liner material, hierarchy of options, compacted clay liners, amended soil liners, liner requirements and specifications,constructionaspectsofcompactedclaylinerandamendedsoilliner. Geosynthetics in environmental geotechnology: Introduction, types of geosynthetics, functions of geosynthetics, physical properties and their determination, role of geosynthetics in environmental geotechnology, lining system, basal lining system, side liningsystem,drainageblanket,surfacelining,useofgeosyntheticsinabandonedlandfills. jute and coir production, status of jute and coir industry in India, physical and chemical characterization, jute and coir geotextiles, durability of jute and coir geotextiles, test procedures, role of vegetation, erosion control products and their classification, erosion process,surfaceerosioncontroltechniques,installationguidelinesforslopes. Mine tailings and ash pond: Introduction, fly ash, chemical composition, need for disposingofflyash,GeotechnicalpropertiesofIndianflyashes,methodsofdisposaloffly ash, utilization of fly ash, management strategy, introduction to mine tailings impoundmentsandashponds. Books: 1. Wastedisposalinengineeredlandfills 2. GeotextilesEmergingTrends

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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE 1. Triangulation: Classification of triangulation system, operation in triangulation survey, reconnaissance,selectionofsiteforbaseline,itsmeasurementandextension,correction tobaselinemeasurement,selectionofstations,triangulationfigures,scaffoldsandsignals, marking of stations, intervisibility, strength of figures, reduction to centre, derivation of relationswhenobservationsaretakenfromthesatellitestationandtowardsthestation. 2. Trigonometric Levelling: Introduction, determination of the level of the top of an object whenitsbaseisaccessibleandnotaccessible,determinationofheightofobjectwhentwo instrumentstationsarenotinthesameverticalplane,indirectlevellingonaroughterrain, indirect levelling on a slopes, effect of refraction and curvature, axis signal correction, signalcorrection,differenceinelevationinsingleobservation,differenceinelevationsby reciprocalobservation. 3. TheoryofErrors:Definitions,lawofweight,probableerrors,mostprobablevalue,normal equations, method of least square, triangle station adjustment, figure adjustment, quadrilateralandpolygonadjustmentofclosedtraverseandlevelnets. 4. Photogrammetry: Basic concepts, type of photographs, geometry of aerial photographs, measurementofparallaxandheightdetermination. 5. Astronomy:Solutionofanastronomicaltriangle,coordinatesystemstimesolar,sidereal and standard equation of time, conversion of time, sun dial, determination of time, azimuth,latitudeandlongitude,correctionforastronomicalobservations. 6. IntroductiontoRemoteSensing Books: 1. SurveyingVolumeI 2. SurveyingVolumeI,IIandIII 3. AdvanceSurveying :K.R.Arora :B.C.Punmia :R.Agor

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