Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 1st Semester Course No.
BS‐111 BS‐103 BS‐105 ES‐103 ES‐104 TA‐101 BS‐103 (P) BS‐105 (P) ES‐103 (P) WP‐122
Subject Engineering Maths ‐ I Engineering Chemistry Material Science Basic Electronics Basic Thermodynamics Engineering Graphics Engineering Chemistry Lab Material Science Lab Basic Electronics Engg. Lab Workshop Practice‐II
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Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 111 ENGINEERING MATHS – 1 L 3 1. Algebra (infinite series): Convergence and divergence of Infinite series, Geometric series test, Positive term series, p‐series 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. Differential calculus: Introduction to limits and indeterminate forms, Partial Differentiation and Its geometrical interpretation. Homogenous function, Euler’s theorem and its extension. Total differentials, Composite function, Jacoblan, Errors and Increments, Taylor's and Maclaurln's Infinite series, Curve tracing (Cissiod, Astroid, Cycloid, Folium of Descartes', Cardiod and Equiangular spiral), Maxima and minima of functions of two variables, Method of undetermined multipliers. Integral calculus: Quadrature, Rectification, Surface and Volume of revolution for simple curves, Double Integrals and their applications, Change of order of Integration, Triple Integrals and their applications, Change of variables. 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, divergence and curl, Line, surface and volume Integrals, Theorems of Green, Stokes and Gauss (without proofs) and their verifications and applications, Irrotational and Solenoidal fields. Books: 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics 4. Differential & Integral Calculus T 1 P 0
: Erwin Kreyszig : R.K. Jain & S. R. K lyengar : C. R. Wylle & L. C. Barrett : N. Plskunov
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 103 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY L 3 1. 2. 3. 4. T 1 P 3
Lubricants: Introduction, Mechanisms of lubrication, Types and selection of lubricants, properties and different methods for testing of lubricating oils and greases Corrosion and its Control: Introduction, Types of corrosion, Mechanisms of corrosion, factors affecting corrosion & different techniques for corrosion control Polymers: Introduction, Effect of polymer structure on properties, Moulding of plastics into articles, Conducting polymers: preparation, types, properties and applications 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. Fuels and Combustion: Introduction, classification, Coal: classification and analysis, Nuclear fuels: sources, mass‐defect, Breeder reactor, Fuel Cells Water and its treatment: Introduction, water softening, domestic / industrial water treatment, Purification of water through Ion‐exchange method, BOD, COD and treatment of Sewage Instrumentation Techniques: Introduction to UV‐VIS & IR spectrophotometry, NMR & MS spectroscopy, SEM, X‐RD, TGA/DTA and GC Books: 1. Engineering Chemistry 2. A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry 3. Organic Chemistry 4. Advanced Organic Chemistry 5. Applications of absorption spectroscopy of organic compounds 6. Spectroscopic methods
: P C Jain & Monika Jain : Shashi Chawla : R T Morrison and Boyd : Jerry March : J R Dyer : Williams and Fleming
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 105 MATERIAL SCIENCE L 2
Structure of materials: Space lattices and unit cells, crystal systems, structures of common metallic, semiconductor ceramic and superconductor materials, Miller indices, Representation of Directions and Planes, Packing Fractions, Structure Determination using X‐ ray diffraction, Bragg's law, and lattice parameter determination. Bonding in solids, coordination number, ceramics, silicates and clay structures, glass transition temperature, non‐crystalline materials. Imperfection in solids: Point defects: impurities, dislocations: edge and screw dislocation, stacking faults, grain boundaries, twins/twist boundaries, volume defects, concentrations of point defects, effect of defects on material properties. Phases diagrams and phase transformation: Definition of diffusivity, concept of activation energy, Pick's laws of diffusion, diffusion mechanism and their applications, diffusion process Solid solutions, intermediate phases and inter‐metallic compounds, phase, phase rule, unary, binary phase diagrams, phase diagrams of some important metals and ceramics, microstructure changes during cooling, lever rule, invariant reactions, iron‐iron carbide phase diagram. Nucleation and growth of phases, Introduction to TTT curves, heat treatment processes, annealing, hardening, tempering, normalization, embrittlement, characterization of materials. Mechanical behavior: Elastic behavior of materials, Concept of engineering and true stress and true strain, Tensile property, Yield Point phenomenon, Elastic Modulus, work hardening, strengthening mechanism, fracture, creep and fatigue, hardness. Atomic model of elastic behavior, plastic deformation in single and polycrystalline crystal, mechanism of slip, critical resolved shear stress, ductile and brittle failure, Griffith's theory of brittle fracture. Magnetic and dielectric properties of materials: Origin of magnetism, dia, para, ferro, antiferro and ferrimagnetism, soft and hard magnetic materials, dielectric properties, piezo, pyro and ferroelectricity. Electrical and electronics properties: Electricity conductivity, Free electron theory, density of states, Fermi energy, Fermi‐Dirac 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, Hall effect, carrier concentration of semiconductors. Books: 1 Materials Science and Engineering : William D Callister Jr 2 Elements of Materials Science & Engineering : L. H. Van Vlack. 3 The Science and Engineering of Materials : D.R. Askeland and P. P. Phule 4 Solid State Physics: Properties of Materials : M.A. Wahab 5 Fundamentals of Materials Science & Engineering : William F Smith
Electronics devices and circuit :Millman & Halkias. Electronics Devices and circuits 2. practical op ‐ amps. Colpitt Oscillator & RC Phase shift oscillator. current components in semiconductors. Basic regulator supply using zener diode. Measurement of amplitude. Comm. Electronic instruments: Role and importance of general purpose test instruments. full wave and Bridge rectifier circuits and their analysis. 6. frequency and phase using CRO Books 1. Operational amplifiers: Introduction to Op‐amp. Electronics devices and circuit theory by 3. Tech Civil Engineering ES ‐ 103 BASIC ELECTRONICS L 3 T 1 P 0
1. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope. Mittal
. transistors (BJT’s)‐Comm.John Paul :Y. circuit JFET amplifier MOSFET construction and characteristics. emitter. subtractor. C and Pi filters. Electronics Devices and circuits 5. 4. Types of diodes – Zener diodes. 3. Mobility and conductivity. integrator. Electronics Devices and circuits 4. Emitter resistance bias circuit and self bias circuit. continuity equation. Rectifiers and filter circuit: Half wave. Single stage RC coupled amplifier. stability factor. concept of feed back. Transistor at low frequencies – small signal low frequency transistor model (h‐parameters). Varactor diodes and tunnel diodes. JFET biasing. Transistors: Construction and characteristics of bipolar junction. Inverting and non‐inverting configuration. Collector configuration. Light emitting diodes (LED’s). Photodiodes. analysis of fixed base bias. collector to base bias. transistor biasing and bias stabilization: ‐ the operating point. diodes and diode circuits: Insulators. Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors and charge densities in semiconductors. :Robert Boylestad :P. Analysis of transistor amplifier circuit using h‐ parameters. Applications – adder. :G. semiconductors and metals. L. Bias compensation techniques. Field effect transistor: construction and characteristics of JFET. type of oscillators: Hartley oscillator. differentiator and comparator. 5. PN Junction diode – characteristic and analysis. Amplifiers and oscillators: Classification of amplifiers.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Electronic Millimeter.N.Bapat. Base.K. Comm. Semiconductors. Working of Switched Mode Power Supply 2. general characteristics of feed back amplifiers. Oscillators – Criterion for Oscillation.
steam tables. enthalpy. The Gibbs Dalton law.K. Nag 2. Tech Civil Engineering ES ‐ 104 BASIC THERMODYNAMICS
1. Thermodynamic Wet Bulb temperature. Mixtures of gases and vapour:‐ Introduction. reversible cycles. Gas and vapour power cycle: ‐ General terms. Enthalpy of moist air. methods of determination of dryness fraction of steam. process of vapours and various process. Engineering Thermodynamics : P. energy‐kinetic. dryness fraction. Engineering Thermodynamics : Gupta & Prakash 3. specific heats. use of Mollier charts .
L T P 3 1 0 Basic concept:‐ Dimensions and units. heat and work. potential and internal. Kelvin‐ Planck and Clausius statements. Rankine cycle. corollaries of the second law. laws and properties of ideal gas. cyclic process. simple problems. first law for control volume (open system). Books : 1. Mixture of gas and vapour. property of steam.
3.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Temperature of adiabatic Saturation. reversible processes. and carnot cycle. dual cycle. Otto cycle. working of 4 stroke petrol & diesel engines. generation of steam. diesel cycle.
6. Heat Engineering : Vasandani and D. one dimensional steady flow. thermodynamic systems. zeroth law. Second law of thermodynamics:‐ Limitations of first law of thermodynamics. principle of increase of entropy. entropy. illustrative examples.S. non‐flow processes of idea1 gases.Kumar
5. dry‐saturated steam. working of 2 stroke petrol engine. their equivalence. First law of thermodynamics:‐ First law for control mass (closed system). internal energy as a property. volumetric and Gravimetric analysis. Psychometric terms. Brayton cycle.
. availability and irreversibility. thermodynamics temperature scale. Properties of steam:‐ Phase transformation.
4. definition of ideal gas. general energy equation. concept of temperature.
2. examples of control mass and control volume energy analysis. General relationships. thermodynamic equilibrium. thermodynamic properties and process. Ideal gas mixures. condition of steam‐ saturated steam. Clausius inequality. phase diagram. temperature scale. superheated steam. wet steam.
Foundation Bolts. Axis Inclined to Both the Planes. Principle of Dimensioning and Scaling. Isometric and Oblique Projections. 2. Pyramids. 4. 7. Books: 1. Prisms. Cones only. Projection of points and lines: Projection of Points and Lines in Different Quadrants. Inclinations etc. 9. Axis perpendicular to a plane. Types of Planes. Locking arrangement for Nuts. Conversion of Oblique Plane into Auxiliary Plane and Solution of Related Problems. Obtaining True Shape of the Plane Figure by Projection. Cylinder. Projection of planes: Traces of Planes. Shortest Distance. 6. Drawings of Objects in computer Aided Drafting Software’s like AUTO‐CAD. Projections: Perspective. Computer graphics: Basic Concepts and Use.D. Significance and Scope of Engineering Graphics. Projections of Points and Lines lying in the planes. Lettering: Single Stroke Vertical and inclined Letter. 3. Their Traces. Orthographic Projections. Graphics: Determination of various Reactions in Beams and Trusses by Graphical Methods (Funicular and Maxwell diagrams). Bhatt 2. Axis Parallel to one Plane and Inclined to the other. Engineering Drawing : P. Intersecting and Non‐Intersecting Lines. Projections on Auxiliary Planes. Line Symbols. Pyramid. Planes other than Reference Planes: Perpendicular and Oblique Planes. Solids of Revolution. IS Drawing Conventions. Cylinders and Cones. Kinds of Lines. Machine drawing: Basic Concepts.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Bhatt and Panchali
. Development of surfaces: Development of Prism. Different cases of plane Figures making different angles with one or both Reference Planes and Lines Lying in the Plane Figures making different given angles with one or both Reference Planes. Engineering Drawing : N. Bolted Joints. General Introduction to Drawing Instruments and their Use. Bali 3.D. Tech Civil Engineering TA‐101 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS L 1 T 0 P 4
1. 8. Isometric Projections of Planes. 5. Projection of solids: Simple cases when Solid is placed in different positions. Introduction: Importance. Inclinations. Orthographic. Sketching of Orthographic views from Pictorial views. True Lengths of Lines. Machine Drawing : N. Traces. Orthographic views of simple machine parts with and without sectioning. Data plotting.
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Determine the voltage regulation of zener diode stabilizer. To study and plot the input and output characteristics of common emitter transistor and calculate its input and output resistance. To study and plot the input and output characteristics of common base transistor and calculate its input and output resistance. To study the V‐I characteristics of PN junction diode and determine static resistance and dynamic resistance. Function generator and power supplies etc. 5. 4.R. To study the characteristics of FET (Field effect transistor) and hence calculate dynamic (rd) . 9. To study the characteristics of zener diode and hence determine the dynamic resistance from the characteristics.
. 2.O. To study the frequency response of single stage CE amplifier and hence calculate the band width (3dbBW). LAB L 0 T 0 P 2
1. mutual conductance (gm) and amplification factor(µ). Tech Civil Engineering ES – 103 (P) BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGG. Familiarization of electronics component and equipments like C. 7. 3. To study and plot the wave form of half wave and full wave rectifier with and without capacitor filter. 6. 8.
Physics Lab Basic Electrical Engg Lab Communication Skills Lab Computer Fundamental and Programming Lab Workshop Practice‐I 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
. BS‐104 BS‐122 ES‐101 ES‐102 HU‐101 TA‐102 BS‐104 (P) ES‐102 (P) HU‐101 (P) TA‐102 (P) WP‐111 Subject Engineering Physics Engineering Maths‐II Engineering Mechanics Basic Electrical Engg Communication Skills Computer Fundamental and Programming Engg.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering 2nd Semester Course No.
velocity transformations. Mechanics and Theory of Relativity : Displacement. critical magnetic field and critical current.L. Ultrasonic: Ultrasonic waves. CO2 and semiconductor lasers. spontaneous and stimulated emission. Optical Fibers Communication and Technology : D. operators in quantum mechanics. characteristics of laser light. momentum and energy transformations.K. Michelson and Morley experiment. He‐Ne. basic principles involved in laser. Avadhanulu and P. particle in three dimensional well. eigen function and eigen values. superconducting materials. Modern Engineering Physics : A. quantum mechanical tunneling and its applications 6. Equation of continuity. 3. flux quantization. rectangular potential barrier. 2. 5. G. Introduction to Electrodynamics : David J Griffithsi 8. Vasudeva 4. properties and applications of ultrasonic waves. theory of superconductivity. three and four level laser system. inertial and non‐inertial frames. Fiber Optics: Optical fiber. methods of their generation & detection. Vector potential. physical structure and basic theory. N. time independent and time ‐ dependent Schrodinger's wave equations and its applications viz. Electromagnetic Theory and Electrodynamics : Satya Prakash 7. Electrostatics and Electrodynamics: Gauss's law in dielectric medium.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. modes in optical fibers. 4. Maxwell's equations. mass variation with velocity. expectation values. Books 1. velocity and acceleration in polar and spherical coordinate systems. type‐l and type‐ll superconductors. Lasers : Concept of masers and laser. Superconductivity: Introduction and discovery of superconductivity. step index and graded index fibers. application of lasers. displacement currents. particle in one dimensional potential well. applications of optical fibers in communication. 7. wave equation for electromagnetic radiation. coherence. S. losses in optical fibers. Concepts of Modern Physics : Arthur and Beiser 9. Engineering Physics : Satya Prakash and Vibhav Saluja 3. mass energy equivalence. Lorentz gauge. elementary idea about lasers. postulates of special theory of relativity. Poynting theorem & Poynting vector. types of lasers: Ruby. applications of superconductivity.Scheiner
. Kashirsagar 2. electromagnetic wave propagation in free space and isotropic dielectric medium.Mynbaev and L. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 104 ENGINEERING PHYSICS L 3 T 1 P 2
1. SQUIDS. Lorentz's space ‐ time transformations and their consequences. Compton effect. A Text Book of Engineering Physics : M. Optical Electronics : AK Ghatak and Thyagarajan 5. sources and sensors for optical fibers.. Isotope effect. Meissner effect. Born's concept of wave function. Quantum Mechanics : Need of quantum mechanics.
Geometrical representation of complex function. Cauchy's residue theorem and its application for the evaluation of real definite integrals. Normal form of a matrix. Circular. Physical applications. Reduction to diagonal form. Exponential. Practical harmonic analysis.
2. Rank of a matrix. Verhey : Shepley L. Analytic functions and its applications. Brown and R. Barrett : C. Weatherburnork : R. Functions of complex variable: Limit and derivative of complex functions. Real and imaginary parts of Circular and Hyperbolic functions. Half‐range series. Cauchy‐Riemann equations. Books 1 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 2 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 4 Vector Calculus 5 Complex variables and Applications 6 Differential Equations
: Erwin Kreyszig : R. Parseval's formula. F. Equations of the first order and higher degree. Consistency of a linear system of equations. Cayley‐Hamilton theorem. Expansion of odd and even periodic functions.
3. Functions having points of discontinuity. Conditions for a Fourier expansion. Eigen values. Complex matrices (Hermitian and skew‐Hermitian matrices. Gauss‐ Jordan method. K. : C. Ordinary differential equations of first order and their applications : Brief review of ordinary differential equations. Change of interval. Equations reducible to exact equations. J. Hyperbolic and Logarithmic functions of a complex variable. K lyengar. Solution of linear system of equations. System of linear homogeneous equations. Vectors. R. Clairaut's equation. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 122 ENGINEERING MATHS ‐ II
1. Cauchy's theorem. Summation of the series‐ C+iS' method. Eigen vectors. Wylie & L C. Typical wave‐forms. E. Taylor's and Laurent's series. Jain and S. Conformal mapping and standard transformations. Matrices : Matrices.
. Cauchy's integral formula. Complex numbers : Applications of De Moivre's theorem. Churchill. Exact equations. Linear and orthogonal transformations. Simple electric circuits). Properties of eigen values.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Linear dependence. Applications of differential equations of first order (Orthogonal trajectories. V. Rouche's theorem.
5. Related matrices. R. T. Series of complex terms. Odd and even periodic functions. Unitary matrix). Complex integration. Characteristic equation. Quadratic form and their reduction to canonical form. Inverse Hyperbolic functions.
L T P 3 1 0 Fouries series : Euler's formula.
simply supported beam. Graphical Method‐ Maxwell Diagram. Perfect Frame. Method of Joints. Types of Load – Concentrated. Comparison of hollow and solid shaft. Composition. Stress – strain diagram for ductile and brittle material. 5. Rotation under the Action of Constant Moment. Tech Civil Engineering
ES ‐ 101 ENGINEERING MECHANICS L T P 4 2 0
1. Shear force and bending moment diagrams for the above beams with one type of loading and combination of loading. Forces & System of Forces. Centroids of various Geometric Shapes. overhanging beam. Space Trusses. 2. : D. Derivation of Torsion equation for a circular shaft subject to torsion. Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis: Kinematics of Rotation. Engineering Mechanics 10. Engineering Mechanics 5. Close coiled helical spring subjected to axial load and axial torque. Inertia Force in Rotation. Delhi. Shear force and bending moment. Parallel and Perpendicular Axis Theorem. Radius of Gyration. New Delhi. :E. Resultant. Point of contra flexure Relationship between load. Plain motion of a rigid body and relative motion: Kinematics of Plain Motion. Resolution & resultant of Forces. Poisson’s Ratio. 3. G & moment of inertia: Idealisation of Mechanics. Laws of Forces. Maximum torque transmitted by a Solid shaft and hollow shaft‐derivations. Moment of Inertia. Rectilinear and curvilinear translation: Kinematics and Kinetics of Rectilinear Motion. SK Kataria & sons. Torsion of circular shaft: Pure Torsion. Equation of Relative Motion. Applied Mechanics 3. D’Alembert’s Principle in Plain Motion. Thermal Stress & Strain. D’Alembert’s Principle in Relative Motion. Relationship between elastic constants‐Derivation. Concept of Rigid Body and Elastic Body. :Beer p Johnson. 7. Free Body Diagram. Engineering Mechanics 4. Instantaneous Centre. Kinematics of Relative Motion. Reactions of Supports. Shear stress produced in the members. Energy Equation for Plain Motion. Strength of Materials 6. : Basu ‐Tata Mc Graw Hill
. Young’s modulus. torsion rigidity. K. Luxmi Publications.Bansal : Gupta &.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Centre of Gravity of a Lamina. Polar modulus. Factor of safety. assumptions. Equation of Motion for a Rigid Body Rotating about a Fixed axis. Elastic constants. Hooks law. Mandal. Engineering Mechanics 2. Power transmitted by a shaft. Strength of Materials : 7. Method of Section. Engineering Mechanics : Timoshenko & Young. 8. uniformly distributed. Types of stresses and strains Elastic limit. Malhotra : Sadhu Singh : Meriam. Moment & Couples. Shear force and bending moment: Introduction. 4. Work and Energy. Engineering Mechanics 12. : R.K. : Bhavikatti & Rajshekhrappa. uniformly varying load and Combination of loads. Theory of Pure torsion. Motion of a Particle acted upon by a constant and continuously varying Force. Force. Engineering Mechanics 9. Types of beams – Cantilever beam. Hearn. Frames and trusses: Introduction. Shear modulus & Bulk modulus. Simple stresses and strains: Stress & strain. Delhi. Moment of Momentum. Differential Equation of Curvilinear Motion. J. Bansal. Principle of Angular Momentum in Plain Motion. Work and Energy in Curvilinear Motion. Plane Trusses. c. Mc Graw Hill : I B Prasad. Differential Equation of Rectilinear Motion. 6. Strength of Materials : 8. Varignon’s Theorem. Khanna Publishers. Equation of Plain Motion. Redundant Frame.Schaum Series Publications :R. D’Alembert’s Principle. Impulse and Momentum. The Principle of Angular Momentum in Rotation. . Energy Equation for Rotating Bodies.
Books 1. P. Laws of Mechanics. Lami’s Theorem. moment. Engineering Mechnnics 11.
circuits vising Kirchoff s laws signal wave forms and passive elements specifications. Electrical Estimating and Costing
: H.f. B‐H curves characteristics of magnetic materials. Introducing to Electric Wiling. practical magnetic circuits. and A. : Fitzgerald : N Alagappan
. rectangular and exponential forms. magnetic circuits with D.s. statically and dynamically induced emfs.C. machines. various sources and source transformation. hysteresis and eddy current losses. voltmeter. circuits ‐ Introductory concept. Lenz's Law. Electrical Machines: Fundamentals of D. 3. Faraday's laws. Analysis of balanced three phase a.C. current and power in three phase balanced circuits. Tech Civil Engineering ES ‐ 102 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
2. parallel and series‐ parallel circuits. sinusoidal voltage and currents.m. and A. Electrical Technology 2.C. Principle of Transformer operation. Active and reactive power. phasor representation. Basic Electrical Engineering 4. Electromagnetics & Transformer: Magnetic circuit concept.
L T P 3 1 2 Electric circuits : Introduction to linear and non linear circuit. self and mutual inductances. generation of A. Analysis of single phase series. Measuring Instruments: Introduction to galvanometer (Moving coil and moving iron) Ammeter.c. terminal relationship for pure passive elements and their combination in series and parallel.C. Magnetic force. construction & circuit of transformer. voltage.
3. phasor in polar. wattmeter. values.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Books: 1. Principle of Electrical Engg. energy stored in magnetic fields. excitation. p.C. solution of D. vise of shunt and multiplier. and volt‐ampares. energy meter. average and r. Cotton : Del Toro.
4. frequency response and Q‐ factor. eireuit elements. Form factor and peak factor.C.
3. Personal SWOT Analysis. Language and style. you will be asked to write a review on each questionnaire assignment. C. Role of emotion In communication. Class Seminar: Extempore/ Pre‐decided. An Approach to Communication Skills : Indrajit Bhattacharya 2. Business Correspondence and Report Writing : R. Questionnaires are designed to assess your communication skills. To increase the student's ability to improve and utilize the skills necessary to be a competent interpersonal communicator. 4. Written communication: Enriching vocabulary. Logical reasoning. Developing Communication Skills
. Developing perspective. Assignments 1. 4. Essentials of communication: The process of communication. Reading comprehension: Precis Writing. Sharma and Krishna Mohan 3. 3. Communication and the self‐concept. 5. To improve the student's communication skills in both social and professional contexts. How to write and present papers. To increase the student's understanding of his or her own communication behavior. Tech Civil Engineering HU ‐ 101 COMMUNICATION SKILLS L T 2 1 P 2
Course objectives: 1. Nonverbal communication. 2. Paragraph Writing. Importance. Essentials of strong writing skills. Questionnaires/Surveys: You will be asked to complete questionnaires. 3. Multi‐perspective debates. 4.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 2. Fear of Public speaking and remedies. 6. Discussion on the basis of reading of novel/story. Extempore Speeches. 2. structure. Speaking: Public speaking. Group Discussions. Technical Communication : Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta Sharma : Krishna Mohan and Meera Bannerji
4. 1. Elocution. To increase the student's understanding of others communication behaviors. Interpersonal Communication. Using vocabulary in different contexts. Self Concept Paper: A paper to assess your self concept (approximate length 5 pages). Survey Report/ Project Reports: Text books 1. Comprehension. style and drafting of reports. Report Writing. To improve the student's ability to demonstrate effective conflict resolution skills. Technical communication: Analyzing audience. 5. Communication competence.
structures and unions. ‘C’ Files.self‐referential structures. parameter passing. testing and debugging software maintenance. number system and binary arithmetic. software. hardware maintenance. C Programming language : P. interpreter. translators‐ assembler. flowchart. processing data. loading process and executable code.block diagram and organization of computer. Let us C 4. identifiers. Tech Civil Engineering TA‐102 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS AND PROGRAMMING
L T P 3 1 3 Programming fundamentals: Introduction to computer . firmware. formatted input output statements. labels. psuedocode.pointers. The Spirit of C 5. ‘C’ Functions.dynamic storage allocation.recursion. scope rules and visibility. Books: 1. Computer fundamental 2. literals. object file. data type conversion. data types and size. : Byron GottFried : Yashwant Kanetkar : Munish cooper : Jernighan and Ritchie
. evolution and classification of programming languages. mixed mode arithmetic. Programming Techniques: Steps in program development. ALL. linking. ’C’ as Structured programming language: ‘C’ Character set.’C’ pre‐processors and command line arguments. library files. statements. algorithm.initialization and usage. source file.Sinha. translation of source code into object code. expression. keywords.K.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. variable declaration.macros and conditional compiler directives.library functions. Programming with C 3. types of programming language‐Machine language. compiler. control structures.function for file handling.arrays –declaration. storage classes. types of operators. HLL. hardware.
Probability and Statistics Engineering Economics Strength of Material Fluid Mechanics Civil Engineering Materials and Building Construction Fluid Mechanics Lab Civil Engineering Material and Building Construction Lab Extra Curricular Activity‐I 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
. Tech Civil Engineering 3rd Semester Course No. BS‐236 HU‐232 CE‐231 CE‐232 CE‐233 CE‐232 (P) CE‐233 (P) ECA‐231 Subject Differential Equations.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.
goodness of fit and contingency tables. Trivedi
.N. Multinomial and bivariate normal distributions. Advanced Engineering Mathematics : Erwin Kreyszig 2. Non‐homogeneous linear equations.g. Law of large numbers and central limit theorem. geometric.C. Homogeneous linear equations with constant co‐efficients. Shepley 5. Poisson. Lagrange’s Linear equation of the first order. Moment generating function. Sampling distributions. Applications of linear differential equations in simple harmonic motion. Expected Value. hyper geometric. Non linear equations of the second order (Monge’s method). Books: 1. simple pendulum. random variables. Sharma and K Singh 4. exponential and normal. Partial Differential Equations for engineers and scientists : J. 2. Partial differential equations: Formation and solutions of partial differential equations. Specific discrete and continuous distributions. Multidimensional random variables. Oscillatory electric circuits. Advanced Engineering Mathematics : Crwylie and L. method of variation of parameters. Simultaneous linear equations with constant co‐efficient. Testing of hypothesis. conditional probability. Deflection of beams. e.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. complimentary functions and particular integral. binomial. PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS L 3
1. Oscillations of a spring. Pascal. Uniform. Barrett 3. Tech Civil Engineering BS ‐ 236 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. Probability and statistics : Probability. Probability and Statistics with reliability and queuing and computer science application : K. Point and interval estimation. 3. equations reducible to linear equations with constant co‐efficients (Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear equations). Differential Equations : L. Applications of simultaneous linear differential equations to projectiles with resistance and electric circuits. Poission process. Linear regression. Non linear equations. Charpit’s method.S. Linear differential equations: linear differential equations with constant co‐efficient.
Depreciation: concepts and Techniques. Social benefit‐cost analysis. Selection Implementation and Review : Prasanna Chandra
. Accounting: Book keeping single and double entry system. 7.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 8. accounting concepts of costs and Revenues. Micro economics and Macroeconomics. Cost concepts and estimation: Cost elements. Principles of Macroeconomics : Rangarajan and Dholakia. Actual Cost. Monetary System: Money and its functions. Monetary Economics : Suraj B. exceptions to the law of demand. Law of demand. National Income concepts. 5. Production analysis: Production functions. Engineering Economics : Degramo. cost and cost curves. Journal and ledger. Trading account. meaning and types. Market demand : Demand. Modern Economic Theory : K. Profit and loss account. Marginal utility Analysis. 4. Elasticity of Demand. elasticity of supply. Supply: Law of supply. Cost control. 5. Inflation and business cycles: Causes. 3. Cost Accounting : Jawahar Lal 9. 2. Economic appraisal techniques: Long‐ Range and Short range Budgeting. Books: 1. 9. least cost combination. Standard Cost. choice of plant size in the long run. Monetary Policy. Criteria for Project Appraisal. law of returns.K. Static and Dynamic economics. 7. International Economics : Bo Sodersten 6. Break‐Even‐Analysis. A Text Book of Economic Theory : Stonier and Hauge. Basic economic concepts: Stock and Flow. Gupta 8. Tech Civil Engineering HU ‐ 232 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS L 4 T 0 P 0
1. 2. Concepts of Business Cycles.Dewett 3. 4. A Text Book of Economic Theory : Sammuelson. 6. Over head Cost. effects and methods to Control Inflation. Functions of the Commercial Bank and Central Bank. Project Planning Analysis. Methods of measuring elasticity of demand. Balance sheet. economic vs.
Tech Civil Engineering CE – 231 1.
7. Hookes law.S. Poison’s Ratio. Modulus of Rigidity and bulk modulus. Hibbler 2. Strength of materials and Mechanism of structures : R. supporting conditions. Mohr Circle. Principle of superposition.
5. Books: 1. analysis of long and short columns by Euler’s. sudden and impact loadings.
. Shear Force and Bending Moment: Types of structures. Stresses of Beam: Theory of simple bending.C. maximum shear stresses. AK Jain 3.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Punmia. Strains Energy. Strength of materials : B. Strength of materials : R. for non‐prismatic bars with stresses under gradual. structural actions. Principal strains. frames and arches.
4. 2. Ductility. SFD and BMD under different loads for determinate beams. stresses induced by state of simple shear. STRENGTH OF MATERIAL
3. principal stresses and principal planes. Strength. loading. Relation between Elastic moduli and strain energy. Brittleness. Resilience and Impact loading: Load deflection diagram: Strain energy of prismatic bars with varying section. shear resilience. temperature stresses etc. etc. Plasticity. analysis of eccentrically and laterally loaded columns.
8. Lehri 4. equation of equilibrium. bars of varying section of different materials.C. Rankine’s and Secant formulae. Columns and Struts: Concept of structural stability. stresses induced due to biaxial stress. and their relationships. Strength of materials : Timoshenko and Young. Distribution of bending stresses. Elastic Constants: Modulus of elasticity. compound bars. distribution of shear stresses. stress strain diagram.
6. Principal Stresses: Stresses induced due to uniaxial stress. Simple stresses and strains: Types of stresses and strains. Ellipse of stress. Theory of Failures.
pipe orifice. Tech Civil Engineering CE ‐ 232 FLUID MECHANICS L 3 T 1 P 0
1. continuity equation. flow net ‐ method. Fluid Mechanics : R. use and limitations. parallel plates. types of similarities. 7.S. similarity laws.Modi and S. 2. model classification. Books: 1. Turbulent flow: Shear stresses. specific energy. Flow through open channels: Classification of flow. time of emptying a reservoir through pipe. mean velocity and resistance to flow in smooth and rough pipes.Seth 3. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics : P. rotational and irrotational motion. celerity of a gravity wave. Model analysis‐similitude. specific energy curves. ∏ theorem. head characteristics of a pump. equivalent pipe. Flow through pipes: Reynolds’ experiment. orifice meter. energy losses. 3. stationary flat and curved vanes. Stokes law. Prismatic and non prismatic channel. mouthpiece weir and notches. types of boundaries. flow through orifice. venture meter. Flow nozzle. velocity in an open channel. critical flow in rectangular channels.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. velocity potential and stream function. energy equation and Bernoulli’s equation.Kumar 2. Laminar flow: Laminar flow through circular pipes. Measure flow through orifice. establishment of flow.Mirajgaoker 4.M. pipe junction. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering : Dr R. application of Bernoulli’s equation‐orifice meter. Experimental Fluid Mechanics : G. transition from laminar to turbulent flow. measurement of viscosity. Darcy‐Weisbach equation.L. dynamic and total pressure.. pivot tube etc. moment of momentum equation. velocity distribution. discharge over a sharpedge weir. liquids in relative equilibrium. streamlines. pressure diagram. 10. Fluid statics: Basic equations.J. pressure and its relationship with height. buoyancy and floatation. couette flow. Non Diomensional parameter. Flow measurement: Measurement of pressure‐static. open channel. 5. Measurement of velocity‐Pitot tube and prandtll tube. Venturi flume. Piezometric head. impulse momentum equation and its application. bends. Boundary layer theory: Types. pipes in series and parallel. examples‐ Rise in capillary tube. 4.Asawa
. total drag on flat plate due to laminar and turbulent boundary layer. Hydraulically efficient channel cross sections. circulation and vorticity. Reyleigh methods. mouth piece. scale effects. drag on a ship.N. mouth piece. measurement of discharge‐orifice. mixing length concept.G. weir and notches. Dimensional analysis and similitude: Dimensional homogeneity. acceleration of fluid particles. pipe networks. Uniform flow. Fluid dynamics: Euler’s equation. friction in non‐circular conduits. boundary layer thickness and equations. Porous media. 9. Fluid kinematics: Flow characteristics. boundary layer separation and its control. momentum integral equation boundary layer on rough surfaces.Garde and A. hydrostatic forces on submerged bodies. equipotential lines. laws of fluid friction. Fall velocity of a sphere. force ratios. dimensional analysis‐chice of variables. 8. branched pipes. weir and notches. 6.
2. Codes b) Building construction: 1. special types of cements. Cement concrete: Various constituents. structure of timber. preparation and properties of concrete in fresh state. Paints and varnishes: Constituents of paints. types of terra‐cotta. Roofs: Types. Damp prevention: Sources of dampness. Floors: Components of floor. properties and applications in civil engineering. mosaic floorings. storage of cement. terms used in sloping roof. Terra ‐ cotta: Manufacturing of tiles and terra‐cotta. pozzuolana. mix‐ design and physical tests. harmful ingredients. stress‐ strain behaviour. simple steel roof trusses. Introduction to polymers: Polymetric materials. factors affecting workability. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐233 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION L T P 3 0 0 1. cement concrete floors. Polyester. Engineering Materials : Surinder Singh 3. acceptance criteria. uses of terra cotta. artificial hydraulic lime. stress‐ strain behaviour. manufactures of Portland cement. prevention of dampness. materials used in damp proofing course. manufacturing of bricks. 4. requirements of good materials. PVC.S. types of paints. marketable forms. king post truss. testing of bricks. Building materials: Stones: Classification. defects in timber. terrazzo flooring.el. various types of doors and windows. field‐testing of cement. effects of dampness. Tiles. applications for lifting stones. durability and strength. constituents and characteristics of varnishes. common building stones. construction of a masonry cavity walls. CDPE etc.M. Properties of concrete : A. Building Construction : B. Building Drawing : Shah Kale and Patki
. seasoning of timber. Punmia 2. Cements: Composition. tiled flooring. Relevant I. Querying of stones.C. Neville 2. field‐testing of lime. sizes general types of door movement. bonds in brick work. HDPE. Classification. Steel: Types of steel. Books: a) Building materials: 1. timber partitions and glass partitions. Lime: Classification. clay block partitions.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Doors and Windows: Locations. brick floors. important Indian timbers. manufactures of lime. Bricks: Classification of bricks‐constituent of a good brick earth. queen post truss. miscellaneous. Building Construction : Sharma and Kaul 3. Building Construction: Brick and stone masonry: Various terms used. Partition and cavity walls: Types of non bearing partition‐ brick partitions. dressing of stones. Timber: Classification of timber. tools used. Civil Engineering Materials : Kulkarni et. types. types. characteristic strength.
Viscous flow analogy (Hele‐Shaw apparatus) for flow net. Electrical analogy for flow net. To calibrate an orifice meter and study the variation of the coefficient of discharge with the Reynolds number 5. To study the flow over v notch ( weir ) and to find the coefficient of discharge 6. To determine the coefficient of friction of pipes of different diameters. Tech Civil Engineering CE – 232(P) FLUID MECHANICS LAB L 0 T 0 P 2
List of experiments: 1. To calibrate a venturimeter and to determine its coefficient of discharge 4. To determine the form losses in a pipe line 10. Study of flow measurement devices through rotameter apparatus
. Verification of Bernoulli’s theorem 3.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. To verify the momentum equation experimentally 8. 12. To determine the hydraulic coefficient of discharge of a mouth piece. To obtain the surface profile on the total heads distribution of a forced vortex 11. 9. 7. To determine the metacentric height of a ship model 2. 13.
To determine the compressive strength of a stone sample. 12. 10. To determine the standard consistency. 3. 9. To determine the soundness of given sample of cement and lime by (i) Le‐Chatelier test. To determine the fineness modulus and particle size distribution of coarse. To assess the liability of blank burnt clay to efflorescence. To determine the compressive strength of burnt clay bricks. 8. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐233(P) CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION LAB L T P 0 0 2 List of experiments: 1. initial and final setting time of cement sample using Vicat’s apparatus. To determine the water absorption of burnt clay bricks. and all in aggregates. To determine the workability of freshly mixed concrete of given proportion by compaction factor test. fine. 4. To determine the fineness of cement using (i) dry blank sieving (ii) blaine’s air permeability method. To determine the compressive strength of cement sample. To determine the consistency of freshly mixed concrete of given proportion by slump test. To determine the percentage bulking of a fine aggregate sample. 2.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 5. 15. 7. 13. 11. (ii) autoclave test. 14. To determine the specific gravity and water absorption of coarse aggregate. To determine the cube strength and cylinder strength of concrete of given proportion and given water cement ratio. 6. To determine the water absorption and porosity of given stone sample.
TA‐243 CE‐241 CE‐242 CE‐243 CE‐244 CE‐242 (P) CE‐243 (P) ECA‐242 Subject Numerical Analysis Theory of Structure Soil Mechanics Surveying Engineering Geology Soil Mechanics Lab Surveying Lab Extra Curricular Activity‐II 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
Total • Survey camp of 3 to 4 weeks duration after 4th Semester
. Tech Civil Engineering 4th Semester Course No.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering TA ‐ 243 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
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 formulae‐approximation of a function, series approximations and error propagation in computation. 2. Algebraic and transcendental equations: Revision of some basic concepts on polynomial equations, Bisection method, iterative method, Regula‐falsi method, Newton‐Raphson method, Secant method, Generalized Newton’s method for multiple roots, solution of non‐ linear simultaneous equations and finding complex roots by Newton‐Raphson method. 3. System of simultaneous algebraic equations: Revision of basic properties of matrices and determinants, Matrix inversion and solution of transcendental and system of algebraic equations‐Gauss elimination method, Jacobi’s method and Gauss‐Seidal method, Eigen values and eigen vectors‐Power method, Jacobi’s method and Householder method. 4. Interpolation and function approximations: Least square curve fit and trigonometric approximations, Approximations by trigonometric polynomials and quality of approximations, Finite differences and difference operators, Newtons interpolation formulae, Gauss forward and backward formulae, Sterling, Bessel’s and Evertte’s formulae, Interpolation with unevenly spaced data points‐Lagrange’s interpolation. 5. Numerical differentiation and integration: Numerical differentiation, errors in numerical differentiation, Maximum and minimum values of a tabulated function, Numerical integration‐ Trapezoidal, Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules, Boole’s and Weddle’s rules, Romberg integration‐ recursive formulae, Evaluation of double integrals by Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules. 6. Ordinary differential equations: Taylor’s series method, Picard’s method, Euler’s method, Modified Euler’s method, Runge‐ Kutta methods of 2nd and 4th order, Adams‐ Moltan and Miline methods, Solution of simultaneous and higher order equations. Books : 1. Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists : J.N. Sharma 2. Numerical Analysis : F. B. Hildbrand 3. Numerical Method for Engineers and Scientists : M. K. Jain, S.R.K. Lyngar and R. K. Jain 4. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis : S.S. Sastry
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐241 THEORY OF STRUCTURES L T P 4 1 0 1. Introduction: Classification of structures, equations of equilibrium, stability, static and kinematics indeterminacies, principle of superposition. 2. Slopes and deflections in determinate beams and frames: Double integration, Macaulay’s moment area and conjugate beam methods, deflection from strain energy, Castigliano’s theorem and its applications, unit load method, deflection of pin‐jointed frames, Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem. 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 Diagram for reaction, S.F. and B.M. in beams trusses and 3‐hinged arches. 4. Analysis of indeterminate beams and frames: Force and displacement approaches in analysis of indeterminate structures, Method of consistent deformation, principle of minimum strain energy, slope deflection method, moment distribution method, Muller‐Breslau Principle and analysis of indeterminate pin jointed frames. 5. Plastic analysis: Introduction, plastic hinge concept, plastic modulus, shape factor, upper and lower hound theorems, collapse mechanisms, combined mechanism, plastic analysis of beams and portal frames by equilibrium and mechanism methods. Books : 1. Basic Structural Analysis : C.S.Reddy 2. Indeterminate Structural Analysis : C.K.Wang 3. Elementary structural analysis : J.B.Willbur, C.H. Norris and Utku 4. Plastic methods of Structural analysis : B.G. Neal 5. Theory of Structures : B.C.Punmia, Ashok Jain, Arun Jain
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐242 SOIL MECHANICS L 3 T 1 P 0
1. Introduction: Definition of soil, rock, soil mechanics and foundation engineering, soil formation, soil structure, soil map of India. 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, classification of soils, degree of saturation, density index. 3. Permeability and seepage : Darcy’s law and its validity, seepage velocity, discharge velocity, constant and variable head permea‐meter, pumping in and out tests, permeability of stratified soils, factors affecting permeability, Laplace’s equation, flow potential flow net and its properties, different methods of drawing flownets, seepage pressure, quick sand, exit gradient, piping, design of filter, principle of total and effective stresses, capillarity conditions in soil, effective and pore pressures. 4. Stresses in soils: Need for finding stress distribution in soil, assumptions in elastic theories, Boussinesq’s equation for point, line, circular and rectangular loads, Westergaad’s formula for point load, comparison of Boussinesq’s and Westergaard’s equation, concept and use of pressure bulbs, principle and use of New mark’s influence chart, contact pressure. 5. Compaction: Mechanism of compaction, objective of compaction, measurement of compaction, factors affecting compaction, optimum moisture content, Standarad Proctor test, Modified Proctor test, effect of moisture content and compactive effort on dry density, zero air void curve, compaction of cohesionless soils, field compaction, field control of compaction. 6. Consolidation: Mechanism of consolidation, e‐log (p) curves, basic definitions, estimation of preconsolidation pressure, normally consolidation and over consolidation ratio, Terzaghi’s theory of one dimensional consolidation, assumptions, governing equation, standard solution, laboratory determination of consolidation properties of soil, magnitude and rate of consolidation, settlements, secondary consolidation, compression characteristics of clays and settlement analysis. 7. Shear strength : Normal, shear and principal stresses, Columb’s equation, Mohr’s stress circle, Mohr‐Columb failure criteria, laboratory determination of shear parameters of soil by direct shear tests, triaxial test, unconfined compression test, Vane shear test, Consolidated drained, consolidated undrained and unconsolidated undrained shear test, pore pressure parameters, Lambe’s p‐q diagram. Books : 1. Geotechnical Engineering : S.K.Ghulati and Manoj Dutta 2. Geotechnical Engineering : C. Venkatramaiah
Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐243 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, azimuthal and quadrantal bearing systems, true north and magnetic north, magnetic declination, local attraction and its correction. 2. Leveling and contouring: Definition of terms, principles of leveling, types of levels, leveling staffs, booking and reduction in field book, balancing of sights, errors curvature and refraction, distance of visible horizon, reciprocal leveling, and its merits, contour, contour interval, horizontal equivalent, contour gradient, factors affecting contour interval, characteristics of contours, direct and indirect methods of contouring, uses of contour maps. 3. Theodolite: Vernier and microscopic theodolite, construction, temporary and permanent adjustments, measurements of horizontal and vertical angles, methods of repetitions and reiteration, sources of errors, checks in traversing, omitted measurements. 4. Plane table surveying: Principles, merits and demerits, instruments and other accessories, methods used, radiation, traversing, resection, intersection and their uses, two and three point problem. 5. Tacheometry: General principles of stadia system, fixed and movable hair methods, inclined sights with staff vertical, inclined sight with staff normal to the line of sight, determination of tacheometric constants, analytic lens, field work and seconds, tangential system. 6. Curves: Types of curves, elements of curve, different methods of setting out‐simple circular curves, compound curves, reverse curves, transition curves, types of transition curves, super‐ elevation, suitability of a circular curve, vertical curves. 7. Introduction to Modern Survey Instruments. Books: 1. Surveying ‐ I 2. Surveying Volume – I and II 3. Advance Surveying
: K. R. Arora : B. C. Punmia : R. Agor
4. andesite. water table and perched water table. work of natural agencies like lakes. stratigraphy of India (a general idea). seismographs. preliminary and detailed geological investigations for a dam site. biotite. Types of weathering. autite. principles of correlation. Geological investigation: Interpretation of geological maps. sandstone. tourmaline. causes and effects of earthquakes and land slides. pegmatite. galena. Engineering Geology : P. Billings
. Mineralogy: Definition of crystal and a mineral. gneiss. Feldspar. remedial measures to prevent damage for engineering structures. realgar. kyanite. accelograms. occurrence of ground water. wind. their preservation and significance. diamond. 8. sea. garnet. graphite. seismic curve. basalt. mus. Geology of dams and reservoirs: Types of dams. barite. streams. unconformities. oceans. seismic zones of India. water bearing properties of rocks. marble. silting of reservoirs. selection of a site for well sinking and ground water investigations. 9. Engineering Geology : Parbin Singh 2. corundum. calcite. opal. topaz. case histories. Earthquakes and landslides: Classification. requirements of dam site. Rock mechanics and tunneling: Purposes of tunneling and geological problems connected with tunneling. Petrology: Formation and classification of rocks into three types. volcanoes. conglomerate. tale. magnetite. limestone. factors affecting the seepage and leakage of the reservoirs and the remedial measures. khondalite. faults. glacier. its position in the solar systems. breccia. description of physical properties for constructional purposes of granite. pyrite. Mica. surface features and internal structure. epidate. use of aerial maps in geological surveying. covite. zones of ground water. slate. geological considerations in road alignment. 7. the study of the physical properties and occurrence of quartz. roads in complicated regions. mountains and mountain building.K. quartzite. fluorite.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. geophysical methods as applied to civil engineering for subsurface analysis (Electrical and Seismic methods). 5. seismograms. kaolinite. gypsum. seismic problems of India. 6. problems after road construction. springs. types classification of folds. limonite. chal‐copy‐rite. Structural Geology : H. Structural geology: Strike and dip. inliers and outliers. fossils. Igneous. schist. sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Mineralogy : Dana 4. important international and Indian examples of failures of dams and their causes. hornblende. 3. Mukherjee 3. out crops. joints. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐244 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
1. gabbzo. 2. Engineering Geology: Ground water. General Geology: Branches and scope of geology.P. overlaps. Books: 1. Earth movements. geology of bridge sites. dolerite. Earth. shale. dolomite. atmosphere.
Determination of liquid limit of soil 8. Determination of water content by oven drying method 2. Determination of grain size distribution by sieve analysis 6. Determination of grain size distribution by hydrometer analysis 7. Determination of field density by sand replacement method 5. Determination of field density and dry unit weight by core cutter method 4.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Determination of compaction properties of soil by standard proctor test 10. Determination of shear parameters of soil by direct shear method T 0 P 2
. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐242(P) SOIL MECHANICS LAB L 0 List of experiments: 1. Determination of plastic limit of soil 9. Determination of specific gravity by pycnometer 3.
4. Setting out of simple circular curve by offsets from long chord 12. Setting out of simple circular curve by two theodolite method. To determine the difference in elevation of two given points. Setting out of simple circular curve by one theodolite method. 2. 20. 7. 17. Traversing with compass and error adjustment to local attraction. Profile levelling and cross sectioning of a given route. To point problem in plane tabling. Setting out of compound curve. Ranging and chaining of a line AB and taking offsets. 16. 5.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 18. 13. Theodolite traversing. 9. Three point problem by mechanical method. Techometric constant. To measure the horizontal angle by the method of reiteration and repetition. Setting out of simple circular curve by radial and perpendicular offsets. Setting out of simple circular curve by successive bisection. To prepare the contour map of an area by the method of radial lines. 10. 6. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐243(P) SURVEYING LAB L 0 T 0 P 3
List of experiments: 1. 14. Use of total station. 15. Plane tabling by the method of radiation and intersection. 3. Setting out of transition curve.
. Setting out of simple circular curve by chord produced. 19. 11. 8.
CE‐2 Transportation system Planning 3. Tech Civil Engineering 5th Semester Course No. ME‐6 Product Design and Value Engineering 14. BS‐1 Physics of Semi Conductor Devices 25. HU‐354 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 Dynamics of Behavioral Science in 3 0 Industries OE‐351 Open elective‐I 3 0 CE‐351 Concrete Structure Design 4 1 CE‐352 Transportation Engg. EE‐2 Switched Mode Power Supplies 18. ME‐2 Alternate Sources of Energy 10. ECE‐2 Biomedical Electronic Instrumentation 22. BS‐2 Material Characterization 26. CSE‐4 Computer Graphics 8. HU‐5 Managerial Communication
. HU‐2 Human Resource Management 32. Lab 0 0 Total *Survey camp of 3 to 4 weeks duration after 4th Semester Open Elective 1. BS‐4 Aspects of Nano Technology 28. HU‐4 Marketing Management 34. ECE‐3 Introduction to VLSI and HDL 23. ME‐4 Noise control 12. ME‐5 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 13. BS‐3 Bio‐Polymer 27.‐I 3 1 CE‐353 Theory of Structure Lab 0 0 CE‐356 Survey Camp* 0 0 CE‐352 (P) Transportation Engg. BS‐6 Operation Research 30. HU‐1 Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes 31. ECE‐1 Advanced Telecommunication 21. ME‐3 Computer Graphics and rapid photocopying 11. CE‐1 Environmental Science and Engineering 2. EE‐3 Fundamental of Electrical Machines and Drives 19. CSE‐2 UNIX environment Programming 6. CE‐3 Earthquake Engg. CSE‐1 Image Processing 5. ME‐7 Production Planning and Control 15. BS‐5 Polymer Technology 29. EE‐4 Image Processing 20. 4. ECE‐4 Electronics Switching Circuits 24. ME‐8 Science and Technology 16. CSE‐3 Information Security Systems 7. ME‐1 Energy Conservation and Management 9.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. HU‐3 Financial Management 33. EE‐1 Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic 17.
the ways of industrial peace. industrial relation in coming years. environment in industry. Kind and Anderson 6. challenges of coming years. importance for engineers. noise. Dunlop’s theory of industrial relations. Society and environment: Meaning and definitions. nature and scope of industrial sociology. the managerial and Labour social system and work culture with special reference to Indian Scenario. A Genesis of Behavioural Science : N Kumar 4. meaning and definitions. technological. Innovation and Change in Organization : N. Labour management relations: Industrial relations. nature of social change. characteristics. types of groups. music and colour. 1. needs and motives. Society and technical change: Concept of social change. factors effecting the morale of workers. definitions. Tech Civil Engineering HU‐354 DYNAMICS OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE IN INDUSTRY L T P 3 0 0 Objective: To impart knowledge to students about human behaviour. economic. 6. early and later approaches to human relations. Man‐the critical factor. planning. Indian information technology scenario. behavioural science and its historical development. strategies for establishing healthy human relations. meaning. new dimensions of industrial relations. Books: 1. functions of formal and informal groups. Psychological and Gandhian approach to industrial relations.C. Industrial sociology: Concept and definitions. recent emerging trends in Indian trade unions. how to motivate the workers at work. Human relations: Historical overview. growth. 7. Human Relations and Organization Behaviour. 8. industry and community. 5. classification of environment. atmospheric conditions. Groups: Meaning and definitions. criticism of the Hawthorne studies. Dynamics of Behavioural Science in Industry : P. industrial relations in Japan and India. physical environment and its influence. Motivation: Nature of drives. Trade unions.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. effect of technology on social institutions. Dwivedi
. 4. A global perspective : R. illumination. Fundamental of Industrial Sociology : P Gisbert 3. work motives. need‐hierarchy theory and two factor theory of motivation. cultural. 3. Monapa 5. objectives and definitions. functions of Indian trade Unions. Factors such as natural. 2. Behavioural science: An overview: definitions. merits and demerits of informal groups. meaning and definitions of social change. Industrial Relations : A. social environment and its some basic elements. industry and tradition in India.Rihar 2.S. characteristics.
toxicity testing in animals. human exposure assessment. G. cornwell T 0 P 0
. Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science 2. energy fundamentals. steady‐state conservative systems. groundwater quality.L. characteristics of water. Mass and energy transfer: Material balance. steady‐ state systems with non conservative pollutants. exponential resource production rates. rating systems. water pollutants. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐1 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING L 3 1. Environmental Science and Engineering 3. Hazardous substances and risk analysis: Hazardous substance legislation. age structure. wastewater treatment and reuse. surface water quality. Books: 1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering : Gilbert M Masters : J. human population growth. nuclear chemistry. emission controls. 2. risk assessment. criteria pollutants. Noise pollution: Effect of noise on people. 3. Air pollution: Air quality standards. carbonate system. solubility of gases in water. chemical equilibria. nuclear fission. Davis and D. solid and biomedical wastes treatment technologies and disposal options. 4.A. 7. noise control. organic chemistry. air pollution and meteorology. potential carcinogens. W Heinke : M. population momentum. 5. water treatment systems. Environmental chemistry: Stoichiometry. community noise sources and criteria.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Mathematics of growth: Exponential growth. Henry and G. doubling time. half‐life. hazard deification. oxygen demanding wastes. traffic noise prediction. atmospheric dispersion. emission standards. Treatment of water and wastes: Water resources. 6.
3. Implementation of alternatives. Concept and definitions. Sensitivity of travel demand. Transportation Engineering : C. Transportation economics: Scope of transportation economics. Definition of goals and objectives. 3. Elements of Transportation planning.
Books 1. Model split analysis. Public transportation: Historical development of urban transportation.S Papacostas Traffic engineering and Transport planning : L. Trip‐distribution models. Factors affecting elasticities.
2. criteria for measuring and comparing urban structure.Kadyali.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.R.
L T P 3 0 0 Transportation planning process: Introduction. Generation of alternatives. Transport demand analysis: Nature and analysis of Transportation demand. Route development. stop location and stopping policy. 2. Khanna Publishers. 4.Kent Lall. Land use and transportation system: Urban system components. Traffic assignment models.Das. supply and equilibrium. Schedule development. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐2 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLANNING
1. Mass Transit Definitions and classifications. Evaluation of alternatives.Chakraborty and A. Principles of Transportation Engineering : P. elements of engineering economics. Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering: C. land use and transportation.Jotin Khisty and B. Identification of needs. Transportation demand.
. Sequential demand analysis‐ Trip‐generation models.
Soil dynamics 4. 4. Dams‐Hydrodynamic pressure. vertical component of reservoir load. dynamic analysis ii. continuous systems‐uniform bending beam. Earthquake response spectra: Strong motion earthquakes Elastic spectra. IS‐800‐2000. development of cracks. IS‐456‐2000. Relevant IS Code. superstructure and substructure. vi. Elevated water tanks‐behaviour. Base isolation: Isolation systems. 2. Site response to earthquakes: Local geology and soil conditions. distribution of forces along the height. Introduction: Causes of Earthquakes. A seismic design of structures: i. v. 5. : AK Chopra : Mario Paz : Swami saran : Jai Krishna : AR Chander Sekoran
. Zanger method. permissible stresses and load factors multi‐storeyed buildings. Elements of Earthquake Engg. Accelerograph. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐3 EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
L T P 3 0 0 1. Dynamics of structures. repair of restoration concepts: Existing buildings. Seismoscopy/multi SAR. characteristics of ground motion and attenuation. uniform shear beams. focus. Books: 1. Epicenter. live load. base Isolation of single and multi‐storey buildings. Structural Dynamics 3. 2. IS‐1893‐2002. forced vibration. inelastic spectra‐equivalent linear system. Seismic strengthening. Stack like structures‐fundamental period. Design features and analysis. seismic coefficients. MDOF. base shear. Earthquake Excitation. repair of masonry and concrete structure. Dynamic bending moment and shear diagram. Bridges‐Seismic force. iv. 7. magnitude. 3. Application of base Isolation. IS‐4326‐2002 iii. 6. Earthquake mechanism. plate tectonics. Earthquake recording instruments‐seismograph. Aging. Design data and philosophy. seismic zoning map of India.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 5. fundamental period of building. weathering. intensity. Theory of vibration: SDOF system. Earthquake resistant instruction of building and ductility provisions in RCC as per IS‐ 13920‐1893. soil investigations and tests dynamic design criteria for a given site.
Structure of a pattern recognition system. Edge linking and boundary detection. Sampling and quantization. Sharpening filters. Elements of Digital Image processing systems.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. discriminent functions. Image compression standards. Classifier Gaussian Model. Use of motion in segmentation.K. Thresholding. Real‐ Time image transmission. Histogram processing. Image Segmentation: Detection of discontinuities. Lossy compression. Gonzalez and R. Digital Image Processing : W. Classifiers. Variable length coding. Pattern Recognition: Classification and description. Maximum likelihood estimation. Sample intensity transformation. wood 2. Image Enhancement: Enhancement by point processing. Structural and neural approach : Robert Scholkoff 4. Pattern Recognition‐Statistical. Homomorphic filtering. and Frequency domain techniques. Image model. pratt 1. Introductory Computer Vision and Image Procession : Andrian Low 3. fidelity criteria. Region oriented segmentation. Clustering for unsupervised learning and classifiers. Image compression models. Spatial Operations and Transformations: Spatially dependent transform template and convolution. Fundamental steps in image processing. Error‐free compression. E. Imaging geometry. Relationship between pixels. Image subtraction. Fundamentals of Image Processing : K. Risk and error. Spatial filtering. Smoothing filters. High‐Pass. Image averaging. PR‐Approaches statistics. Window operations. Statistical Pattern Recognition: Statistical PR. 2‐Dimensional geometric transformations. Fractal Compression. Image Compression: Coding redundancy. Bayessian parameter estimation approach.
. Loss‐less predicative coding. Frequency domain: Low‐Pass. syntactic and neural. Tech Civil Engineering CSE‐1 IMAGE PROCESSING
L T P 3 0 0 Introduction: Digital image representation. feature extraction. JAIN. Books 1. Digital Image Processing : R. Elements of visual perception. JPEG and MPEG. Bit‐plane coding. Inter‐pixel redundancy. Classifier performance. Supervised and Unsupervised learning. Decision regions and boundaries. spatial techniques.
Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment : W. Dynamic Memory Allocation. Blocking Signals from Delivery. Parent and Child. File Table Entries. The Art of UNIX Programming : Eric Steven Raymond 3. Multitasking. Passing Arguments to Threads 10. File Descriptors. Introduction to Threads: Processes and Threads. Signal Actions. Using Mutexes. remove(). Accessing Environment Variables. Creating and Initializing Mutexes. Shell metacharacters. The wait() and waitpid() function. Current Image and New Image. Socket System Calls. The Berkeley Sockets API: Berkeley Sockets. The fcntl() function. System‐Level Functions 2. shell variable and scripts. Signal Sets and Operations.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Overview of Thread Architectures. The v‐node structure. The fork() System Function. Restarting System Calls (SVR4) Signals and Reentrancy 9. integer arithmetic and string manipulation. Process Management: Programs and Processes. Mutexes. decision making. Functions to Manipulate Directories 3. Shell Programming: Bourne Shell. The access() function. Interpreter files and exec 7. The Exec System Functions. Threads Synchronization: The Sharing Problem. Clients and Servers. Blocking Signals with sigprocmask (). UNIX Network Programming : W. Using Condition Variables 11. Richard Stevens 2. Creating Threads. Processes: Process Creation and Termination. 5. Scheduling and Waiting for Signals. Signals: What is a Signal?. AT&T and Berkeley UNIX Systems. Sending a Signal to Another Process. Data Structures of the Sockets API. Keeping Track of Open Files. 4. Overview of Client/Server Programming: Designing Distributed Application. POSIX. Tech Civil Engineering CSE‐2 UNIX ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMMING
L T P 3 0 0 1. Process Memory Layout. Connectionless vs. Real and Effective User IDs 6. System I/O: Standard I/O vs system I/O. FIFOs 8. File Attributes. Ports and Services. Pipes ‐ Basic IPC: Interprocess Communication. Link(). Thread Termination. Types of Signals. korn shell and C shell. Pipes. Concurrency Issues 12. Connection‐Oriented Servers. environment. Additional Synchronization Requirement. The sigaction() function. Richard Stevens
. Files and Directories: Basic File Types. Stateless vs. unlink(). Library vs. and rename() functions. UNIX Standards: Brief History of UNIX. Processes Versus Threads. System I/O Calls. Stateful Servers. aliasing. The Threads API. Joining and Detaching Threads. The open() and creat() Functions. arrays and job control. Socket Utility Functions Books 1. File and Record Locking. facilities and command.
Cryptography and Network Security: Principles and Practice : William Stallings 2. Session security. The Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA‐1). Triple DES Algorithm. Authentication Protocols. Cryptography: Theory and Practice : D Stinson 3. Access control policies. An Introduction to Cryptography : Richard A Mollin
. Sandboxing. Introduction to the Kerberos Authentication scheme. Discrete Logarithms. Steganography.319 Directory Authentication scheme.
Books 1. Introduction To Finite Fields: Groups. Block Cipher ‐. The Digital Signature Standard. Security of wired / wireless networks Intrusion detection ‐ Key Management in Group Communication Systems. Cryptographic Techniques: An overview of Cryptology. Program security. Rotor Machines. T 0 P 0
2. International Data Encryption Algorithm (IDEA). Transposition techniques. Finite Fields of the Form GF(2n). Windows Security Protocols ‐ Security properties. Spenser 4. Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory : Trappe & Washington 6. Intrusion Detection Systems. The Key Management riddle. Elliptic Curve Cryptography. Examples of security protocols. Kaufman.
Introduction: Introduction to OSI Network Security Architectures. Random Number Generation. Electronic voting protocols. RIPEMD‐x and HMAC fundamentals.. Web applications security. The RSA Algorithm. Digital signatures. CAST‐x Algorithms. PGP. Linux security. and Fields. Intrusion detection techniques ‐ centralized and distributed. The Diffie‐Hellman Key Exchange. Substitution techniques. Blowfish Algorithm. Denial of service and side‐channel attacks. R. Design of a security protocol. Primality test. RC‐x Algorithms. Introduction to Message Authentication. Public‐Key Cryptography and Message Authentication: The Key Distribution Problem. micro payments. attacks. Internet Security and Firewalls :S. Mail security. Pseudo‐random key streams ‐ properties and generation. Digital Signature basics. differential and Linear Cryptanalysis. Perlman and M.
8. Encryption Function Placement and Confidentiality problems. Tech Civil Engineering CSE‐3 INFORMATION SECURITY SYSTEMS L 3 1. Euclid’s Algorithm.
5. Symmetric Block Cipher Schemes. Contract signing protocols. Block Cipher Cryptography. smart card security.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.
3. Stream Cipher Stream ciphers: The one time pad. Polynomial Arithmetic. Router security. File system security. Modular Arithmetic. Rings. SSH. Formal models of protocols and detecting leaks. requirements and functions. Cryptographic hash functions. Message Authentication Codes. The Public‐Key Cryptosystems. Web security. Services. The X. Introduction to DES.
6. TLS worms and viruses.
4. SSL. their Security and other considerations Authentication Applications: The Message Digest (MD5) Algorithm. Network Security :C. Chesvick 5. Classical Encryption Techniques.
7. Systems and Applications Security ‐ Authentication. Hash Functions. IPSec. The Chinese Remainder Theorem. Bellovin and W. Mechanisms and Attacks. Perfect security. Finite Fields of the Form GF(p). Symmetric cipher model.. Memory security. Data (base) security.
Character Generation.F.F. Rogers
. Visible Lines and Visible Surfaces: Visual Realism. Rotation. Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics : D. Simple Transparency Models. Circle Generation algorithms.
2. random scan. Output Primitives. Scaling. Tech Civil Engineering CSE‐4 COMPUTER GRAPHICS
1. Clipping Operations. Fundamentals of Antialiasing Two‐Dimensional Geometric Transformation & Viewing: Basic Transformation.
5. raster scan display processing. The Graphical Kernel System.
7. Line Clipping. Computer graphics : Hearn and Baker 3. Scan Conversion‐ Generation of the display. Z‐Buffer Transparency. Shadows.
3. Circle Generation. Polygon Clipping. input devices for interaction. 2. Refraction effects in transparent materials.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Point Clipping.
4. Window to viewport co‐ordinate transformation. ROGERS. Shear. Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics : D. Line drawing algorithms. Rotation. Bezier Curves and surfaces. A programming approach : S. Modeling methods. Perspective Projection. Curved Lines and surfaces.
6. Image Compression. General Function Rasterization. Polygon Surfaces. Computer Graphics. Rendering: A simple illumination model.
L T P 3 0 0 Introduction To Computer Graphics: Overview of Graphics Systems. Raster Scan Graphics: Line Drawing Algorithms. Display Processors. Translation. Harrington 4. Scaling. shading and color models. Interactive Input Devices. area coherence algorithms. Parallel Projection. priority algorithm. Other Transformation Reflection. Translation. Transparency. Composite Transformation. Transformation functions. Three dimensional Transformation function. scan line coherence algorithms. Texture Books 1. Display Devices. B‐Spline Curves and surfaces Graphics hardware: Display technology. Three‐ Dimensional Concepts & Object Representations: Three Dimensional Display Methods. Hard copy Devices. Polygon Filling. geometric computations. Hidden line and hidden surface removal: depth buffer algorithm.
ratification. maximizing system efficiencies. 3. contents. Force field analysis.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. design considerations. Energy conservation in household. Energy audit instruments. top management support. optimum selections of equipments. Energy Management Principles : C B Smith 2. Krieder and A. formulation. Energy policy purpose. roles and responsibilities of energy manager. accountability. Material and energy balance: Facility as an energy system. Case studies. Heating and Cooling of Buildings: Design for Efficiency : J. 4. Energy Management : O Callaghan
. Energy Auditing and Conservation. and types of energy audit. 7. Motivation of employees: Information system‐designing barriers. Books 1. 5. Energy management (audit) approach: Understanding energy costs. Application of FBC. bench marking. Thermal insulation. transportation. Energy conservation in plant service systems: Centrifugal pumps: Energy consumption & saving potentials. Energy conservation: Basic concepts. Culp 6. Case studies. Heat exchangers and heat pumps. Energy management: Concept of energy management. energy performance. matching energy use to requirement. methods of minimizing heat loads. HVAC systems. Building Energy Management. Rabi 5. Patrick and S W Fardo 4. Energy conservation in cooling towers & spray ponds. Energy Conservation Act. Energy Management and Conservation : D. 6. Design consideration. managerial function. choice of fans‐controls. strategies. steam turbines and industrial heating systems. Thermal energy management: Energy conservation in boilers. Fuel & energy substitution. Duties and responsibilities of energy managers and auditors. Energy audit: Definition. material and energy balance diagrams. economic analysis. 2. Principles of Energy Conservation Archie : W. Lighting. Design consideration minimizing over design. Energy action planning: Key elements. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐1 ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0
1. agricultural. Organizing the management: location of energy management. Air compressor & compressed air systems: Selection of compressed air layout. optimizing the input energy requirements. service and industrial sectors. Duties and responsibility of energy managers. energy demand and supply. Measurements : Hamies Management and Case Study 3. perspective. Refrigeration & Air conditioning: Heat load estimation. Cogeneration and waste heat recovery. safety margin. Case studies Fans & Blowers: Specification. need. Methods. P. Marketing and communicating: Training and planning. Methods for preparing process flow.
Solar Heating and Cooling : Duffie and Beckman 3. materials. digesters and their design. solar Power. need to develop new energy sources. description of various systems. Power Plant Engineering : P. efficiency. feed to digester. 4. Direct Conversion of Solar energy to electricity and its various uses. system design and site selection. limitations and costs. 2. heat from waste and other sources. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐2 NON‐CONVENTIONAL/ ALTERNATE SOURCES OF ENERGY
L T P 3 0 0 1. potentiality and possibility of harnessing from site. Selective paints and surfaces. 7. Solar Collectors. Thermal storages. Flat Plate and concentrating types. production of hydrogen. Heating of air and water for building and other uses. study of different conversion systems. potentiality and limitation. Power Plant Technology : M. sources of energy conventional and renewable. Their comparative study. Solar Energy Utilization : G. Introduction: Trends of energy consumption.M. Wakil 4. 6. horizontal axis and vertical axis systems. Wind energy: Types of rotors. Algae production and their uses. Solar pumps. limitations. Books 1. 8. Rai 2. EL. Solar energy: Solar radiation characteristics and estimation. Geo‐thermal energy: Sites. paralytic gasification.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Ocean thermal energy: Principle of utilization and its limitations. Other non‐conventional energy sources: Fluidized bed combustions. fossil fuel availability and limitations. design and material selection. Solar Cookers etc. Solar Ponds. Bio‐conversion: Generation of bio‐gas. 5.D. Sharma
. selection of material. 3. Tidal energy: Sites.C.
loading the frame buffer. education and training. matrix representation and homogeneous co‐ordinates. line function. Attributes of output primitives: Line attributes. filled area primitives. viewing co‐ordinate reference frame. Rapid prototyping: Details/methods of Rapid prototyping. CAE Analysis Books 1. and lines. 2. circle generating algorithm. 7. other curves. Random scan systems. polygon clipping. Introduction and overview of graphics systems: Computer‐aided design. hard copy devices. Different RP Techniques. graphical user interfaces. Video display devices. Computer art. ellipse generating algorithms. Geometric modeling : Vera B. Output primitives: Point. rotation. three‐dimensional modeling and co‐ordinate transformations. Graphics monitors and workstation. entertainment. Computer graphics : Hearn and Baker 2. visualization. image processing. Presentation Graphics. window to viewport coordinate transformations. Two dimensional viewing: The viewing pipeline. Basic principles of RP. scaling. Input devices. line clipping. reflection. CAD modeling. area fill attributes. graphics software. scaling. pixel addressing. shear transformation between co‐ordinate systems.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. point clipping. Anand
. Raster scan systems. 5. curve attributes. 3. 4. shear. line drawing algorithms. other transformations‐reflection. clipping operations. rotation. Advantages of RP. 6. Two‐dimensional geometric transformations: Two‐dimensional translation. Three dimensional geometric and modeling transformation: Translation. composite transformations. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐3 COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND RAPID PROTOTYPING
L T P 3 0 0 1. composite transformations.
Noise Pollution and Control Strategy : Singal 8. Noise control in industry. 6. K. Reduction of noise and its control. Anechoic chamber. Measurement of Reverberation time. spherical acoustic wave. Mechanical Vibrations and Noise Engineering : Ambekar
. Frequency analyzers. Sound absorption coefficients. Noise measurements: The range of quantities encountered in Sound. Reduction of Noise. Expansion chamber type of filters. Speech. vibration of membranes and plates. Velocity of sound in fluids. Enclosures. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐4 NOISE CONTROL
L T P 3 0 0 1. Thomson 3. Loudness. Vibration Theory & Applications : W. Calculation of SPL. Noise and Vibration Control Engineering : Beranek 7. Acoustics of Ducts and Mufflers : Munjal 6. Design for less noise. Grover 2. Fundamentals of Acoustics : Kinsler and Frey 5. Energy density of Plane waves. Sounds Level Meter. Acoustic impedance. T. Decibel scales. Frequency / octave bands. Addition of Sound levels. Transmission phenomenon. Propagation of sound 2. hearing. Decay of sound. fault detection from noise analysis. 3. Sound absorbing materials for noise reduction. Acoustic wave equation. and noise: Mechanism of hearing. Plane wave equation. 4. Noise engineering: Machinery Noise. Silencers. Pujara and R S Pujara 4. Reflection of waves in pipe. Decibel scale. Books 1.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 7. Diagnostic Maintenance. Resonators and filters: Helmholtz Resonator. Introduction: Fundamentals of vibration. K. Microphones. acoustic energy and sound Intensity. barriers etc. Architectural acoustics: Sound intensity in a Live room. Acoustic density. Measurement environment. Thresholds of ear. Mechanical Vibrations : G. Vibration & Noise for Engineers : K. 5. Acoustic waves: Elastic behavior of fluids.
Proell & Hartnell. velocity diagram. initial tension. Absolute and relative motion. V‐belts. water turbine governing. STEAM GENERATORS and TURBINE: Classification and description of generators. Isochronous Governor. Hunting. Hydraulic Machines : J. Effort and Power of a Porter Governor. Machines and Mechanisms : David H. Coulomb friction. 2. basic terminology and definitions. Compressors & Fans : Yahya 7. Theory of Machines : S. Theory of Machines : Sarkar 3. 6. condition for maximum power transmissions. Theory of Machines : Abdulta Sharif 5. 4. losses and efficiency. Power and efficiency calculations. draft tube. Various Terms Used. Factor of safety. Compressor: Classifications. Coefficient of Insensitiveness. power screws. length of belts. Reaction turbines. 3. velocity diagram. Strength of Material : Timoshenko 9. Strength of Material : Sadhu Singh
.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Position of steam turbine in power industry. Determination of Principal stresses. kinematic concepts of links. velocity and acceleration polygons. biaxial stresses combined with shear stresses. S. Sensitiveness and Stability of Governor. effect of inter cooling. Impulse turbine. inversion of kinematic chain. Impulse and reaction turbines. Pelton. Turbo Machine : Shephard 6. Simple stresses and strains: Types of stresses and strains. Lal 8. Stresses on oblique plane under biaxial loading. pressure and velocity compounding. cavitation. Governors: Functions. Controlling Force Diagrams For Porter and Spring Controlled Governor. Books 1. Inertia Governor. volumetric efficiency. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐5 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 0 P 0
1. Turbines. Thermal Stress and Strain. pivots and collars. velocity triangle for single stage axial and radial machines. Principal stresses and planes. Difference between Governor and Flywheel. 7. work output losses and efficiency. Francis & Kaplan turbine. Introduction: Plain motion. transmission of power by belts. types and application. instantaneous centers. Governing of turbine. Degree of reaction. Porter. work output. Myszka 2. single and multistage reciprocating compressor. POWER TRANSMISSION and FRICTION DEVICES: Flat belts. Hydraulic turbines: Classification. Euler's equation for turbines. 5. Rattan 4. Mohr’s circle‐biaxial state of stress accompanied with shear stress. Chebyshev spacing of precision points. Types of Governor‐ Watt.
Function Phase. Product Design and Engineering : A. Value Engg. break even analysis. Books 1. Recommendation Phase. 3. Design for machining. composition of cell. Forging design. Parker
. Manufacturing consideration: Producibility Requirements in the design of machine components. Techniques of Value Analysis and Value Engineering: Miles Lawerence 7. Some additional aspects of production design. Creation Phase. Design by Evolution and Innovation. Functional & aesthetics consideration: Basic design considerations. systems approach. Value Engineering in Manufacturing : ASME 8. cause and effect diagram. Value Engineering SAVE : Mudge 6. Redesigning on basis of production consideration. Role of Aesthetics in product design. Theory : D. cost and price. Production consumption cycle. Product Design and Process Engineering : Niebel & Draper 4. 4. Eppinger 2. SWOT analysis. method & engineering. E. Audit Phase.K. 2. Introduction: Introduction to Product Design.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Product Design and Development : Kail T. Design of powder metallurgical parts. Implementation Phase. Tool of technology in value analysis. Value engineering: Concept of value. Essential factors of product design. philosophy and objectives of value analysis. Evaluation Phase. Ulrich and Steven D. difference between value engineering and cost reduction techniques. Design of Systems and Devices : Middendorf Marcel Dekker 5. customer and value. limitations of value analysis. areas of application of value engineering. Chitale and Gupta 3. value manual. Cost cutting. Basic concept and elements of Visual design. types of value. Case studies in value engineering and analysis from manufacturing and service industries. Pressed component design. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐6 PRODUCT DESIGN & VALUE ENGINEERING L 3 T 0 P 0
1. Functional design practice. Ease of location and Clamping. Job plan for value analysis approach: Information phase. Flow and value addition in Production consumption cycle. Value Engineering Cell. various cost cutting techniques.
Brown 4. Production Planning b& Inventory Control : L Seetharama L 2. Weighted Moving Average. Process chart – Outline and Symbols. 4. Automated Process Planning – Computer Assisted Process Planning (CAPP). Supporting ppc activities: Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) ‐ Objective and Advantages of ERP. Process planning: Introduction and Concept. Techniques of Forecasting – Time Series Analysis . Basic elements of sales forecasting.J. Process Planning Procedure. Types Of Inventory. 2. Exponential Smoothening. Delphi Method. Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Inventory Models. Tech Civil Engineering ME‐7 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL
L T P 3 0 0 1.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Master Production Schedule (MPS) – Managing the Master Production Schedule. Production & Operation Management : N. Group Technology (GT). Gaither Dryden 3. Purpose of Sales Forecasting. SCM Models. Decision Support for Inventory Management & Production Planning: Peterson and Surer
. Forecasting: Definition and Concept. Inventory control & management: Inventory Control. Supply Chain Management (SCM) ‐ Definitions. Books 1. Concept of Lean Manufacturing (LM) and Just in time (JIT) in Production Systems. Maintenance of MPS ‐ Scheduling in Manufacturing Systems ‐ Conventional & Flexible Systems. Correlation Analysis and Linear Regression Analysis. Controlling Continuous Production. Control Phase. Sequencing and Line Balancing Methodologies. PPC Phases – Planning Phase. Need. ABC Analysis – Need and Procedural Steps: Material Requirement Planning (MRP) – Function – Inputs to MRP. Process Analysis. Bill of Material (BOM). Action Phase. 5. Forecasting by moving average. Information Required to Process Planning. Introduction: Types and Characteristics of Production Systems – (i) Continuous or Process Production (ii) Mass Flow Line Production. Implications for Production planning & Inventory Control. 3. Make or Buy decisions. Material Management System : R. Production scheduling: The Production Environment. 6. objectives of Inventory Control.
Books: 1.A. membership functions. least mean square algorithm. 4.V Pai
. simple fuzzy logic controllers with examples. Fuzzy Sets and Theory: Fuzzy sets. Neural Computing: Theory and Practice : Wasserman 4. Kohonen self organizing map. Howard B. measures of fuzziness.. Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems : Jacek M Zurada 3. ANN Models & Architecture: Biological foundations. application in engineering problems. Demuth and Mark Beale 2. Yager and Dimiyar P. Neural Networks‐Algorithms.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Fuzzy logic and genetic Algorithm: S. 3. recurring neural network. Tech Civil Engineering EE‐1 NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0
1. A. J. fuzzy to crisp conversion. Rajasekran and G. properties. classical fuzzy control problems. Hebbian learning. fuzzification and defuzzification methods. application and programming techniques. Fuzzy Control System: Introduction. special forms of fuzzy logic models. back propagation algorithm. fuzzy set operations. Neural Network Design : M. Filev 6. Boltzman learning. single layer and multilayer perception model. Learning Processes: Supervised and unsupervised learning. Neural Networks. T. multilayer feed forward network (MLFFN). Types of activation function. Freeman 5. Essentials of Fuzzy Modeling and Control: Ronald R. Application in forecasting and pattern recognition and other power engineering problems. introduction to network architecture. Hagon. ANN models. radial basis function network (RBFN). 2. error‐correction learning.
transfer function and compensation. half bridge and full bridge.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. push pull. Calculation of inductor and capacitor size. forward. Current mode control. Design of inductor and transformer for dc‐ dc converters. Switched mode power supply. applications and design : Ned Mohan. Undeland and W. Robbins
. Control of switched mode dc power supplies. power supply protection and EMI considerations. Comparison of these converters.M. boost and buck‐boost. Book: Power Electronics converters. Analysis of various converter topologies – buck. Tech Civil Engineering EE‐2
SWITCHED MODE POWER SUPPLIES L 3 T 1 P 0
Linear power supplies and their limitations. T. Isolated converter topologies – fly back.P.
losses and efficiency. Special Motors: Single phase motors. Introduction to Transformer: Working Principle. C. D. Rotating magnetic field production. Torque speed characteristics. Electric Machines : Ashfaq Hussain 2. paper mills and machine tool application. Synchronous motor. Stepper motor. S. Construction and Operation and Equivalent circuit. Torque‐slip characteristics. Bhimbra 3. 3. types of starters and speed control.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Electrical Machinery : P. 6. Motors: EMF equation. 2. 5. 4. Three‐Phase Induction Motors: Construction. Slip. Books: 1. Electrical Machinery : Chapman
. Tech Civil Engineering EE‐3
FUNDAMENTALS ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND DRIVES L 3 T 1
P 0 1. Speed control and method of starting. Servomotors. Equivalent circuit. Principle of working. Industrial Applications: Case study of motor drive system for steel mills. Types of DC Motors. Torque production and Energy conversion. Basic Concept of Rotating Machines: Parts of rotating electrical machines.
Structure of a pattern recognition system. Spatial techniques. Image compression standards. 6. K. Edge linking and boundary detection. Supervised and Unsupervised learning. Introduction: Digital image representation. High‐Pass. Digital Image Processing : W. Error‐free compression. Sampling and quantization. imaging geometry. feature extraction. Statistical Pattern Recognition: Statistical PR. 4. Bit‐plane coding. Image Compression: Coding redundancy. Loss‐less predicative coding. 2. Image model. Image averaging. Histogram processing. Elements of Digital Image processing systems. Spatial filtering. Tech Civil Engineering EE‐4
IMAGE PROCESSING L 3 T 1 P 0
1. Introductory Computer Vision and Image Procession : Andrian Low 3. Classifier performance. Window operations. Decision regions and boundaries. Pattern Recognition‐Statistical Structural and neural approach : Robert Scholkoff 4. Frequency domain: Low‐Pass. Relationship between pixels. Image subtraction. Frequency domain techniques. Variable length coding. Use of motion in segmentation. Spatial Operations and Transformations: Spatially dependent transform template and convolution. 2‐Dimensional geometric transformations.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. discriminent functions. Real‐Time image transmission. Books: 1. Maximum likelihood estimation. Lossy compression. PR‐Approaches statistics. Clustering for unsupervised learning and classifiers. Smoothing filters. Elements of visual perception. Region oriented segmentation. Image Enhancement: Enhancement by point processing. Image compression models. Sample intensity transformation. Fundamentals of Image Processing.K. : R. Classifiers. Inter‐pixel redundancy. Risk and error. JPEG and MPEG. Classifier Gaussian Model. Fundamental steps in image processing. 3. Wood 2. 5. Fractal Compression. syntactic and neural. Pratt 5. Jain
. fidelity criteria. Digital Image Processing : R. Sharpening filters. Image Segmentation: Detection of discontinuities. 7. Homomorphic filtering. Bayessian parameter estimation approach. Thresholding. Gonzalez and R. E. Pattern Recognition: Classification and description.
Recording Electrodes: Silver‐silver Electrodes. Books 1. measurement of heart rate. Application Software – Enhanced Services. Base station antennas. Time Division Time Switching. propagation Problems. Electroencephalograph. subscribers telephone sets. Time multiplexed space switching. Switching Hierarchy and Routing. Frequency allocation. facsimile applications working of FAX machines. Signaling Techniques. Temperature sensors. Telephone receiver. cellular structures & planning. Telephone’s bell & dialer pulsing mechanism. Brief Introduction to Electromagnetic Exchanges. Distributed SPC. signaling tones. EEG and EMG. Bioelectronics signal: Origins of Bioelectric signals. Pulse sensors. Common Channel. Electrodes for ECG. Grade of Service and Blocking Probability ‐ Telephone Networks. blood pressure
. Electrocardiogram (ECG). Electronic Switching – Space Division Switching Stored Programme Control – Centralized SPC. 6. Electromyography. Subscriber Loops. FAX reproduction technique. CDMA technology. Time multiplexed Time Switching. 3. Monitoring system. recording media. RECORDING AND MONITORING INSTRUMENTS: Biomedical Recorders: Block diagrams of electrocardiogram phonocardiograph. Software Architecture. Electromyogram (EMG). Evolution of Tele‐Communication: Basic Switching System. Physiological Transducers: Pressure Transducers. : Tyagrajan : Roger L. Handoffs. 2. Traffic Engineering. Digital Telemetry 2. Combination Switching 4. Digital Narrow band TDMA. Multi Stage Switching Networks. Mobile unit antenna Type of mobile systems. block diagram of patient monitor. Telecommunication system Engg.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. : Rappaport
BIOMEDICAL ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION L 3 T 0 P 0
1. In Channel. Telecommunication Switching System and Network 3. Simple Tele‐phone Communication. 4. 2. Dialing types. 5. Time Division Switching ‐ Time Division space switching. Analog cellular Radio Digital Cellular radio. Fax system: Basic facsimile system. Transmission media. Tech Civil Engineering ECE‐ 1 ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATIONS L 3 T 0 P 0
1. Telephone Transmitter. Wireless Mobile Communication ECE‐2
: John C Bellamy.Freeman. Mobile radio communication: Introduction.
Biomedical Telemetry: Introduction. PHYSIOTHERAPHY EQUIPMENTS: Short‐wave Diathermy. B‐scanner and real time ultrasound imaging systems. 5. block diagram of pulse echo‐system. pure tone audiometer. 3. THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENTS: Type of cardiac Pacemakers. Books: 1. x‐ray computed topography (C. Ultrasound Therapy unit. block diagram and description of single channel/multi channel telemetry systems. PATIENT SAFETY: Electric shock hazard. leakage currents. medical ultrasound. Basic Arrhythmia Monitoring system: Block diagram. Ultrasonic Imaging System: Introduction. AUDIO METERS: Mechanism of hearting. Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation : R. Foetal Monitoring System: Methods of monitoring Foetal Heart Rate. 2. M‐mode. Scanner) and Nuclear Magnetic resonance (NMR) Topography. Biomedical Instruments: Theory and Design : Walter Welko‐ Witiz and Sid Doutsch
. Kidney Machine. basic audiometer.Khandpur. 4. Abdomen Foetal Electrocardiogram and Foetal Phonocardiogram.S. and temperature measurement respiration rate. Microwave Diathermy. measurement of sound. 7. Tech Civil Engineering measurement.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 6. IMAGE SYSTEMS: Introduction. A‐Scan. sped audiometer. Test Instruments for checking safety parameters of Biomedical Equipments. Cardiac Defibrillator. Basic principle and block diagram of x‐ray machine.T.
Bhasker 5. Hardware Abstraction. Limitations in IV Model and MOSFET Parasitic. Comparison between VHDL and Verilog. NMOS Inverter design and characteristics. Weak & strong Inversion Conditions. visibility. Enhancement Mode MOSFETs. Package declaration. Streetman & S. Basic VHDL Elements: Identifiers. Operator overloading. Basic Terminology. resolving signal values. Tech Civil Engineering ECE‐3 INTRODUCTION TO VLSI AND HDL L 3 T 0 P 0
Introduction. Basic VLSI Design Styles‐NMOS. Flow diagram of VLSI Circuit Design and VLSI Design issues. Kang and Y. Banerjee 3. block statement. MOSFET fundamentals. VHDL: Analysis and Modelling of Digital Systems : Z. Subprograms and Overloading. Trends & Projections in VLSI Circuits. Data Objects. VHDL primer : J. Design Methodologies. Power Dissipation and scaling in CMOS circuits. Threshold Voltage Concept in MOSFETs. Eshraghian and Pucknell 4. architecture body. Model Analysis. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits‐Analysis & Design : S. Behavioral Modeling: Entity declaration. delta delay model. Depletion Mode MOSFETs. Operators. Various Sequential Statements and Constructs. CMOS Inverter Design and Properties. Delay . multiple drivers. IV Characteristics of a MOSFET.M. Noise Margin. Capabilities. Dataflow Modeling: Concurrent Signal Assignment Statements. Leblibici 2. component Instantiation. Books 1. Data Types. Structural Modeling: Component Declaration. Solid State Electronic Devices : B. postponed processes. multiple processes. Navabi. design Libraries. CMOS Process flow. McGraw Hill Pub.G. HDL History. Introduction to VLSI : K. Introduction to SPICE Introduction to HDL: Design Flow. Inverter Threshold Voltage.
. package body.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. concurrent assertion statement. Supporting Constructs: Generics and Configuration.
Sequence Detector and Sequence Generator circuits Definite state model Basic definition. generation of spikes. Introduction to sequential circuits: Flip –Flops. Hazards: ‐ Introduction. flip‐flop excitation table. Counters. 3. 5. Contact networks & symmetric networks: ‐ Relay contents. essential. gate delays. Registers and A to D and D to A converter circuits. timing diagram. 4. synthesis. elimination of static hazards. simplification of incompletely specified machines. pulse mode circuits. flip‐flop conversions. 2. synthesis & analysis of synchronous sequential circuits. dynamic hazards. state assignment in asynchronous sequential circuits. Logical design of switching circuits : Douglas Lewin. Design & analysis of synchronous sequential circuits: ‐ Sequential circuits introductory examples. Extraction of maximum compatibles. Classification of sequential circuits.N Biswas
. hazard free asynchronous circuit design. Tech Civil Engineering ECE‐4
ELECTRONIC SWITCHING CIRCUITS L 3 T 0 P 0
1. 3. Logic Design : N. Synthesis & identification of symmetric functions Books: 1. analysis & Synthesis of contact Networks. Switching and finite automata theory : ZVI Kohavi 2. Properties of symmetric functions .Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. design of hazard free combinational networks. Design of asynchronous sequential circuits: ‐ Introduction to asynchronous circuits. state diagram & flow tables. fundamental mode circuits. state equivalence & machine minimization. capabilities & Limitation of finite state machines. production of static hazards in combinational networks.
2. Design of retaining walls: Various types of retaining walls. 4. Introduction: Properties of concrete and reinforcing steel. 16. Books 1. T and L beams and lintels. Design of Stair Cases: Types terms used. horizontally. Reinforced Concrete : Ashok K.C. doglegged stairs with quarter space landing. design philosophies.Design : P. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐351 CONCRETE STRUCTURE DESIGN L 4 T 1 P 0
1. Using S.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.C. Reinforced Concrete (Limit state design) : A.C. design of overhead water tanks. limit state. rectangular and curcular water tanks resting on ground. two way.P. Design of Slabs: One way. Reinforced Concrete Structures Vol‐1 : B. design of stairs spanning.Dayaratnam 4. design of underground tanks. 5.Punmia 2. rectangular.C.Jain 5. baffle slabs. stairs with central stringer beam. doubly reinforced. Design of water tanks: Analysis of beams curved in plan. ultimate load method. working stress method. Design of Columns: Subjected to eccentric and axial loading. design of R.K. R. 3. Design Codes and Design Aids
. Design of footings: Individual and combined footing and raft foundation.Jain 3. design of cantilever and counterfort retaining walls.C. Limit state method: Design of Beams: Singly reinforced.
highway projects. trip‐distribution models. necessity of transportation planning. Aggregates and their characteristics. road cross section. Sharma
. traffic control devices. portland cement concrete. Highway maintenance:‐ Pavement failures. Highway Engineering : S. road patterns. Highway location and alignment: Basic requirements of an ideal alignment and factors controlling. 9. geometric design and construction. Khanna and C. Justo 2. IandII : C. CBR. Transition curves and vertical alignment.Kadiyali 4.A. Design of rigid pavements. alignment. Bituminous materials and mixtures. 6. traffic planning.K. Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning : L.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Design of horizontal alignment. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐352 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING‐ I L T P 3 1 0 3. drawing and reports.R. intersections. 10. modal split analysis. evaluation and strengthening of existing pavements. Pavement materials: Soils. classification of roads. Highway Engineering : S. bituminous pavements. 8. Traffic engineering: Traffic characteristics.G.K. highway planning in India. traffic studies and their uses. Pavements design: Design factors. Highway geometric design: Highway cross‐section elements. Construction of roads: Construction of water bound macadam roads. maintenance of highway pavement . traffic flow characteristics. drainage and maintenance problems in hill roads 11. Trip‐generation models. 5. saturation system.O_Flaherty 5. GI and Burmister methods.E. design and construction of joints in cement concrete pavements. 7. planning surveys. Principles of Transportation Engineering : Patha Chakraborty and Animesh Das 3. sight distances. Hill roads: General considerations. engineering survey for highway location. Books: 1. road development plans 4. Road development and planning: Brief history of road development. Design of flexible pavements. Highway Vol. cement concrete pavements.
6. 2. Determine experimentally the horizontal displacement of the roller end of a two hinged arch for a given set of a loading and to compare the results with those obtained analytically. To study the behavior of different type of struts. 3. To determine the rotational stiffness of a beam when far end is (a) fixed (b) pinned. To obtain experimentally the influence line diagram for horizontal thrust in a three hinged arch and to compare the same with the theoretical value. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐353 THEORY OF STRUCTURES LAB L T P 0 0 2 List of experiments: 1.
. 9. To verify moment area theorem for slopes and deflection of a beams. 11. 10. To determine the carry over factors for beam with rigid connections. Study of a three hinged arch experimentally for a given set of loading and to compare the results with those obtained analytically. 8. 7. To verify the Betti’s law. To find the deflection of a pin‐connected truss and to verify the results by calculation and graphically. 5. To determine the flexural rigidity of a given beam. 4.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. To obtain experimentally the influence line diagram for horizontal thrust in a two hinged arch and to compare the same with the theoretical value.
To determine the softening point of bitumen material. 8.
. 11. To perform float test on bitumen. To determine the c b r value of given soil aggregates mix. To perform penetration test on bitumen 9. 12. To determine the specific gravity and water absorption of aggregates. To conduct the grain size analysis of course aggregate & fine aggregates. To determine the impact value of aggregates 2. 4. 5. 7. To determine the ductility value of a bitumen Material. To determine the flakiness and elongation index of aggregates. 10. 6.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. To perform Los‐ angeles and test on aggregates. To determine the crushing value of aggregates 3. To determine the c b r value of a given soil sample. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐352(P) TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB List of experiments: 1.
and Hydrology Structural Drawing Minor Project Environment. 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
** Industrial Training of 6 to 8 weeks duration after 6th Semester
. Engg.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. CE‐361 CE‐362 CE‐363 CE‐364 CE‐365 CE‐366 CE‐362 (P) Subject Steel Structure Design Environment Engg. ‐II Irrigation Engg.‐I Transportation Engg. Tech Civil Engineering 6th Semester Course No.
Design of Steel Structures : A. design of axially loaded tension members. design of column. eccentrically loaded columns. assumptions. Design of connections in steel structures: Riveted. plated beams and curtailment of flange plates. combined column Footing. beam column and plate connections. and bolted and welded connections. Independent column footing. roofs and side coverage.L. cylindrical tanks with hemispherical bottom. Design of roof trusses: Types of trusses. 6. Design of Steel Structures : Ram Chandra 3. design of members for axial tension and bending. 5. Water tanks: Design of rectangular pressed steel tanks. design of members and connections. 7.Arya and J. end connections. 3. Dayaratnam
. column splices. Effect of normal and shear forces on plastic moments. Different types of joints. gusseted base. lateral buckling and local buckling of beam. and column bases subjected to moment. Plastic design of steel structures: Review of plastic analysis as covered in earlier courses.S. Design of beams: Laterally stability.S. 8. Design of beams and frames. specifications. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐361 STEEL STRUCTURE DESIGN L T P 3 1 0 1.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. design of single and built up beams. design of staging. types of loadings and load combinations. Design of tension members: Selection of section. Design of compression members: Theory of buckling. design of angle struts. lacings and battens. Design of column bases and column footings: Slab base. cross section (single and built up sections). 2. Books: 1. design of lug angles and tension splices. Ajmani 2. I. 4. design of connections‐straight corner. Design of Steel Structures : P. design of various types of riveted and welded connections subjected to direct loads and moments.
different water pollutants and their impacts on human being. systems of plumbing. design period. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐362 WATER AND WASTE WATER ENGINEERING
L T P 3 1 0 1. Water and waste water characteristics: Water quality criteria and standards for potable and industrial uses. latrines. sources of supply. disinfection. operation and maintenance. Sewers: hydraulic design. Principles of house drainage. types of pumps. and distribution reservoir. Treatment objective and methods Unit operations and processes and selection of treatment mode and sequence Primary treatment: screening.
. Distribution network: methods. problems in sewage pumping. New Delhi). materials for service pipe. construction and appurtenances. selection criteria. 5. CPHEEO (Ministry of Urban Development. and valves. sanitary fittings. service connection. design considerations. 4. water resources of hydrosphere. Rural and semi urban sanitation: Collection and disposal of dry refuse. lagoons and stabilization ponds. flocculation. economical diameter of pumping/transmission main. 2. 3. stripping. chemical toilets. water meters. Pumps and pumping: necessity. traps. house drainage plans. 6. excretal waste. Droste 2. Water and Waste water Technology : M. sullage. adsorption. layout. storage. characteristics curves. Tertiary treatment: Oxidation/reduction. Conveyance and distribution systems: Conductors: different pipe systems. pipes. and anoxic processes. Theory and Practice of Water and Waste water treatment : Ronald L. chemical and biological characteristics of domestic and industrial waste waters. night soil disposal without water carriage. yield. sedimentation. Wastewater Engineering‐Treatment and reuse : Metcalf and Eddy 3. Water environment: Environment. pre‐cast units for low cost sanitation. Books: 1.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Plumbing systems: General principles. design of intakes. control of water borne diseases. Secondary treatment: suspended and attached biological growth systems for aerobic. precipitation. floatation. estimation of demand. neutralization. Physical. ion exchange and membrane (R) O/UF) Processes. testing and effects of pipe corrosion and its preventive measures. equalization. (ii) Sewerage and Sewage Treatment.J Hammer 4. anaerobic. analysis of distribution systems. significance of pollutant parameters and effluent discharge standards. laying. Manual on (i) Water Supply and Treatment.
resistances to traction and stresses in track. loading apron. Runway design. ICAO. gauges. super elevation. functions and methods of interlocking. wear. Category analysis. Lall 2. Arora and Jain 3. classification of obstructions. approach zone and turning zones. M. Airports: Introduction. transition curves. 3. airport capacity. points and crossings. sleeper types. Transportation system management. various types of track junctions. sleepers. Geometric Design. Trip generation models – Multiple linear regression analysis. hauling capacity and tractive effort. Track alignment. Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering : C. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐363 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING‐ II L 3 T 1 P 0
1. development of new airports. Regional planning. Urban transportation planning: Introduction. introduction to airport pavement design. Trip Distribution – Fratar method. Khisty and B. ballast. imaginary surfaces. Mode usage – Trip interchange mode choice models.S Papacostas
. Airport Planning. creep. Principles and classification of signals. Airport Planning and Design : Khanna. 2. vertical curves‐gradients and grade compensation. horizontal curves.J.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Books: 1. stresses in rail. Agarwal 6. joints in rails. Aircraft characteristics. Railways: Component parts of railway track.K. Gravity model. Transportation Engineering : C. service hanger. equilibrium cant and cant deficiency. Zoning. rail fittings and fixtures. Travel forecasting. Trip assignment‐ Minimum path techniques. A Textbook of Railway Engineering : Saxena and Arora 4. Indian Railway Tracks : M. Airport obstructions. Transportation plan. Design of simple turn out. Coning of wheels. taxiway design. airport site selection. Planning and Designing of Airport : Robers Horenjeff 5. various resistances and their evaluation.
confined and unconfined aquifers.B. salinity. Pande and B. 3. ground water potential. canal capacity. The Fundamentals Principles of Irrigation and Water Power: B. depression storage.
. their design. most efficient section.K. Critical shear stress.R. Water logging: causes and control. Unit Hydrograph from complex storms.
2. limiting soil water conditions. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐364 IRRIGATION ENGINEERING AND HYDROLOGY L 3 1. Irrigation Practice and Design Vol. overland flow Runoff: Factors affecting computation. drainage behind lining. infiltration.Punmia.Sahasrabudhe 4.II and III : K.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. drainage system design.I. 2. alignment of canals. Irrigation engineering: Water requirements of crops: Function of irrigation water.Khushalni 6. pumping and recuperation tests. Design of Irrigation Structures : S. Ground water flow: Specific yield. coefficient of permeability. radial flow into a well under confined and unconfined condition. bed load.B. assessment of irrigation water. cost analysis of lined and unlined canals.C. Irrigation Engineering Vol. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures : S. local and suspended load transport. regime theory.R. aquitards. canal losses. duty and delta. Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering : Bharat singh 8. rational method. Hydrology: Hydrological cycle Precipitation: Losses: T 1 P 0
Measurement.B. lined canals. irrigation efficiencies. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering : B.1 to VII : K. tube wells. Computation of average rainfall over a basin Evaporation. ISI Codes. estimation of maximum rate of runoff Hydrograph Analysis: Unit and S‐hydrograph. Books: 1.Priyani 7. Irrigation methods and their efficiencies Canals: Canal classification.Sharma 5.Lal 3. principal crops. distribution system for canal irrigation. Depth and frequency of irrigation. storage coefficient.Sharma. transpiration.
Drawings of partition walls. foundations. trusses. 3. 4. introduction of structural drawing. Structural Drawing of RCC Structures. 2. Structural Drawing of steel structures. connections. water tanks. cavity walls. beams. Introduction: Building Byelaws. Different types of bonds in walls and junctions in brick masonry. Orientation and Principles of planning.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. retaining walls. columns. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐365 STRUCTURAL DRAWING L 0 1. details of masonry columns. stair cases. T 0 P 3
To determine the pH value of a given sample of water. bicarbonate. To determine MPN of coliforms of the given sample. AWWA. 6. 7. 2. To determine residual chlorine in a given sample of water. To find out total bacterial count present in a given sample (SPCT). 3. To estimate the hardness of the given sample of water by standard EDTA method. 8. To find out total dissolved solid. To determine the carbonate.N. Sawyer.F. To find the optimum amount of coagulant required to treat the turbid water by Jar Test. McCarty & G. To find out the concentration of chlorides in the given sample of water. Books 1. 9. 10. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐362(P) ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY L 0 List of experiments: 1. Parkin T 0 P 2
. 4. 12. settleable solids and suspended solids of the given sample. 5.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. and hydroxide alkalinity of a sample.L. P. Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater: APHA. To find the turbidity and colour of a given sample of water. WPCF 2. 11. To determine biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) exerted by the given waste water sample. To find the quantity of dissolved oxygen (DO) present in the given sample. Chemistry for Environmental Engg and Science: C.
Water Power Engineering Environmental Assessment and Modeling
(NB: Refer for CE‐474 in the syllabus of 8th Semester)
. CE‐471 CE‐472 CE‐473 CE‐474 CE‐476 CE‐477 CE‐478 Subject Foundation Engineering Project Management and Quantity Surveying Solid Wastes and Environmental Pollution Departmental Elective‐I Industrial training** Viva Major Project‐1 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 LIST OF DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE (CE‐474. 9. 6. 3. Tech Civil Engineering 7th Semester Course No. Advanced Structural Design Bridge Engineering Traffic Engg. 7. Transportation Planning and Public Transport Soil Dynamics Ground Water Engg. CE‐483) 1.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 2. CE‐482. 4. 8. Advanced Structural Analysis. 5.
Bishop’s method. plate load test. Effect of ground water table. factors affecting bearing capacity. stability analysis of earth dam slopes for different conditions. Well foundation: Elements. application of Rankine’s and Coulomb’s theory to cohesionless and cohesive soils. surcharge. differential settlements. Culmann’s graphical method. effect or earthquakes. arching in tunnels. forces acting on well. consolidation settlements. anchored bulk heads. static and dynamic cone tests. under reamed piles. states of plastic equilibrium Rankine’s theory and Coulomb’s theory. 6. bearing capacity. Deep foundation: Types of piles based on function. Reinforced earth: Introduction. wall friction and deformation on the earth pressure. block failures. spread footing. different factors of safety. Foundations: Different types of loads on foundations. Earth pressure: Different types of earth pressures. analysis and design of reinforced earth wall. types of failures. stability considerations for retaining walls. 9. 4. penetration test. Design of retaining walls. open cut strutting and sheeting. static formulae‐Engineering News and Hiley’s formula. 5. 8. determination of bearing capacity from building codes. Soil Mechanics : B. M. Elastic settlements. determination of factor of safety by method of slices. Housel’s approach. group action in piles. 3. Design of filters and rock toe 2. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐471 FOUNDATION ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P 0
1. Taylor’s stability number. Morgenstern‐Price method. lateral stability analysis. Analysis and Design of Foundation and Retaining Structures : S. Stability of slopes: Stability of finite and infinite slopes. Books: 1. influence of water table. Machine foundations: model study. design principles of depth of foundation. principles of floating frats. settlement of pile groups in sands and clays pile load test negative skin friction. permissible settlements. raft foundations. bearing capacity of sands and clays. location of critical circle. swedish circle. methods of boring. combined footing. friction circle. foundations on non‐uniform soils. block foundation under vertical vibration. types of shallow and deep foundations.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. effect of foundation size and shape. 7. Shallow foundations: Definition. natural frequency of block foundation system. materials and methods of construction. soil samples and samples. design principles. Design of Sub‐structures : Swami Saran
. problems in sinking of wells and remedial measures. footing‐rafts‐piles‐wells‐selection of foundation type‐dewatering of foundations‐type of explorations. reinforced earth base. Sheet plies: Different types of sheet pile walls‐free and fixed earth support. Soil Engineering Theory and Practice : Alam Singh 3. Das 4. settlements of foundation. terzaghi’s theory of bearing capacity. friction and end bearing piles. Parkash and Gopal Ranjan 2.
their structures. Net work techniques and construction organisation: An overview of planning process. flooring. cement concrete floor. 2. arranging contract. obsolescence.Srinath 3. crushers. imprest. painting. mile stone charts. valuation of building. account procedures of stores. clam shell. piling hammers. centering and shuttering. hand receipt. Books: 1. wood work. advantages and limitation. canal works. outgoing. detailed specifications of the following: earth work in foundation. irrigation works. dumpers. problem in analysis of rates for earth work. analysis of rates. Definitions and difference between CPM and PERT. bill voucher. earnest money. first and final bill. sinking fund. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐472 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND QUANTITY SURVEYING L T P 3 1 0 1. white washing. plastering. Scheduling of rates. daily Labour. planning through bar charts. contract. work. compressors. deductions for openings. stone masonry. doors and windows. Quantity Surveying : B. hoists. issue rate. treasury challan. bitumen mix plant. muster roll. layout and equipment planning using network techniques. cement concrete. Different types of organization. administrative approval. Construction Planning equipments and methods : R. concrete production (only general features of equipments will be discussed). penalty.N. classification of contracts. Estimating and analysis of rates: Different types of estimates. net income. material. classifications of works. sanitary and R. rollers. mosaic floor. excavators. RCC work. deposit works. PERT and CPM : L. tender. general specifications. 5. year’s purchase. method of valuation. cash book. applications in construction planning scheduling and control. white washing. capitalized value. scrap value. inventory. brick masonry. painting. measurement book. lean concrete in foundation.C. stock accounting. power of accepting tender. depreciation.L. 4. stone masonry. refund of security money. brick work. annuity. iron work. cement mortar. graders. Specifications: Object of specifications. RCC. advance payment. tender notice. plastering.S. road works. fixation of rates.Peurity 2. pumps. determination of depreciation. basic concept of network preparations.Dutta. aggregate production techniques. DPC. Construction plant and equipment: Factors affecting selection of equipment.C. distempering. methods of taking out of quantities for building culverts. pay bill. plinth area required for residential building. lime mortar. funds. Accounts procedures and valuation: Regular and work charged establishment. ACR. salvage value. Gross income. competent authority. bulldozer.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. hoe . temporary advances. 3. cement concrete. trenchers.
. security money.
Principles and Management Issues : G.C. acts relating to air pollution. local. labeling and colour coding for waste storage. measurement and control standards. conversion products and energy. Hazardous waste management: Exposure and risk assessment.Theisen. incineration. effects on environment including living and non‐living matter.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. storage and processing. Tchobanoglous. J. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐473 SOLID WASTES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION L T P 3 1 0 Solid waste management: Solid waste generation. ecological chain and balance. suspended particulate mater. treatment. Introduction to Environmental Engineering : M. storage. standards. recovery of resources.L. characterization and site assessment. remedial measures and their effectiveness. Integrated solid Waste Management. site remediation. characterization of noise. onsite handling.Vigil. landfill disposal.D. P. 4.Davis and D.A. Ecology and environment: Role of ecology in environmental issues. transportation. Manual on Municipal Solid Waste Management : CPHEEO (Ministry of Urban Development)
. Biomedical waste management and handling: Biomedical waste management issues. emission of gases. Noise pollution: Properties of sound waves. salient features of major eco‐ systems. disposal. transportation. regional and global impacts. transfer and transport. classification dynamics of pollutant dispersion and disposal. quantitative ecology in the context of environmental impact assessment of development projects. waste minimization.Evans 2. environmental concerns. collection. disposal. facility siting. S. kinetics of noise. Buckingham. Air pollution: Sources. rating systems. energy transfer. environment legislation. common treatment facility. collection. processing techniques and equipments. LaGrega. H. waste generation. environmental assessment. current practices in health care facilities. Books: 1. 3.L. Hazardous Waste management : M.Cornwell.
Remote Sensing and GIS
. Tech Civil Engineering 8th Semester Course No. 2. 7.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. 8. Advanced Surveying. Rock Mechanics. Transportation Planning and Public Transport Soil Dynamics Ground Water Engg. 3. 6. 3. 4. Environmental Geotechnology. 4. 5. CE‐482. Water Power Engineering Environmental Assessment and Modeling
LIST OF DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE (CE‐484) 1. Ground Improvement Techniques. CE‐481 CE‐482 CE‐483 CE‐484 CE‐487 Subject Design of Hydraulic Structure Departmental Elective‐II Departmental Elective‐III Departmental Elective‐IV Major Project‐II 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 Total Credit= 188 LIST OF DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE (CE‐474. Advanced Structural Analysis. 9. 5. CE‐483) 1. 2. Advanced Structural Design Bridge Engineering Traffic Engg.
their functions and design concepts. selection of suitable site. design of filters.S. Cross drainage works: Introduction. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐481 DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES L T P 3 1 0 1. energy dissipation below spillways. layout. Spillway and stilling basins: Introduction. Canal falls: Necessity and location of canal falls. design of weirs and barrages on permeable foundation. types. silt ejectors and their design principles. control seepage. 4. Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol. simple design. Books: 1. selection of site for diversion head work. storage works. 3. 6. two dimensional design. spillway capacity.Varshney
.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. different types. buttress and multiple arch dams (principle and sketch). canal siphon and level crossings. capacity and yield. 5. Arch dams: Constant angle and constant center arch dams (simple design and sketch). Bligh’s creep theory. 2. Gravity dams: Boreet in time. gates and valves aerators. Khosla’s method of independent variables. stability criteria and foundation treatment. energy dissipation devices and arrangement. use of Khowsla’s charts. Storage works: Investigation and planning for reservoirs. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulics Structures : S. Canal regulation works: Canal head regulators and cross regulators. Fundamentals of Irrigation : Bharat Singh 2. design of Sarda and Glacis falls. Canal head works: Introduction. types of cross drainage works and their selection. supper passages. design aspects of aqueducts. siphon aqueducts.I and II : R.R. types of dams and their choice. seepage through earth dams. various components and their functions. Earth dams: Design aspects of earth dams. stilling basins: type‐I and II.Sahasrabudhe 3.
frames and trusses including analysis using substructures. folded plates and singly curved shells: conventional and approximate methods. flexibility. Matrix Methods in skeletal structural analysis: force and displacement methods.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. flexibility and stiffness matrices. 2. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS L 3 1. 3. Approximate Methods for Structural Analysis: Cantilever and portal methods‐two cycle moment distribution Theory of Plates and Shells: Analysis of plates.
. analysis of beams. T 1 P 0
Timber design: Timber as a structural material. flanges. Bracing Systems. Reinforced Concrete Design : E. Yield line solutions based on work equations. Bridge Loading 2. Yield line theory: Introduction to Yield line theory for reinforced concrete slabs. design of web stiffeners. Material properties. curtailment of flange plates. 5. Pounding.N. Rigid‐joined frames design under combined axial and flexural loads. 4. Calculation of Stresses in Prestressed Beams. Krishna and R. Prestressed concrete 4. Nawy : V. Snow. Light and Industrial Building Design: Industrial Buildings with Cranes. Pranesh T 1 P 0
. welded plate girder. Reinforced Concrete 2. General concept of glued laminated timber. design of web plate.N. 6.G. Partial Loss of Prestress. Vazirani and M. Framing Systems. Prestressed Concrete Design: Basic Concepts of Prestressing. Roof Systems. Steel Structures 3. Seismic. Wind. Ratwani : Krishna raju : R.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. general Building Systems. Books : 1. web splices and flange splices. General rules for designing of glued laminated structures. Flexural Design of Prestressed Beams. Design of bolted joints in timber structures. Plate Girder Design: Introduction to Plate Girders.N. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN L 3 1. Flexural Strength Design for Shear. 3.M. Loading Conditions and Comb.
design discharge linear water way. Bridge Engineering
2. Design of sub structure: Design of piers and masonry abutments. determination of dead loads and live loads. vertical clearance above HFL. components of a bridge. Standard specification for Road Bridge: IRC bridge code. Traffic projection. Vaziani. earth pressure. wind loads. deformation stresses. Essentials of bridge engineering 2. seismic forces. Ratwani : V. 7. Culverts: Design of slab culvert and box culvert. BRIDGE ENGINEERING L T P 3 1 0 Introduction: Definitions. Design of T‐beam reinforced concrete bridges.
4. 5. Design of concrete bridge 3. Design of pre‐stressed concrete bridges. erection stresses. economical span. 6. Concrete bridges 4. location of piers and abutments. centrifugal forces. importance and standard specifications. Secondary stresses. scour depth. temperature effect. Books: 1. data drawing.
: D. investigation report choice of bridge type.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. classification.
3.Raina : Ponnuswamy
.Jhonson Victor : Aswani. horizontal forces due to water current buoyancy effect.K. longitudinal forces. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ 1. Investigation for bridge: Site selection.
Analysis of speed. Vehicle Characteristics.May : Mcshane and Roess : L.
3.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.
6. Approaches to understand Traffic Flow.
5. Intersection control and design: Introduction. warrants for interchanges. speed studies. basic freeway capacity studies. Level of service. Multilane. origin and destination studies.
Books: 1. Highway capacity: Introduction. Traffic flow at signalized intersections.
4. two lane Highway capacities. Categories of Traffic flow. Road Characteristics. Human factors and driver Characteristics. Traffic flow characteristics: Nature of Traffic flow.
L T P 3 1 0 Properties of traffic engineering elements: Introduction to Traffic Engineering. Empirical studies of traffic stream Characteristics Fundamentals of interrupted traffic flow: Shock waves. Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning 4. Principles of Transportation Engineering
: Adolf D. Traffic engineering studies and analysis: Introduction to traffic studies. Design considerations. Parameters connected with Traffic flow. Types of intersections. Highway capacity. Traffic Flow fundamentals: 2. Traffic volume studies. Traffic Engineering 3. Design of interchanges. Highway capacity. flow and density relationship. Uninterrupted traffic flow model. Types of Intersection controls. Traffic signals. accident studies. Traffic flow at unsignalized intersections. parking studies. Traffic control devices. Travel time and delay studies. Kadyali : Patha Chakraborty and Animesh Das
.R. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐‐ TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
1. Conflict areas at intersections.
Tech Civil Engineering CE‐‐ TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT L T P 3 1 0 Transportation planning process: Introduction. Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering: 4. Principles of Transportation Engineering 3. Models split analysis. Land use and transportation system: Urban system components. Transportation Engineering 2.
Books: 1. Generation of Alternatives. Papacoastas : L.S. Route development. Das : C. elements of engineering economics. Implementation of alternatives.
1. Identification of needs. Traffic assignment models. Elements of Transportation Planning. Jotin Khisty and B. Schedule development.
5. stop location and stopping policy. criteria for measuring and comparing urban structure. Chakraborty and A. Concept and definitions. Factors affecting elasticities. Public transportation: Historical development of urban transportation. land use and transportation. Kadyali
4. Kent Lall : P. Definition goals and objectives. Trip‐generation models. supply and equilibrium. Transportation economics: Scope of transportation economics. Trip‐distribution models. Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning: : C.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Sensitivity of travel demand.
2. Transportation demand. Transport demand analysis: Nature and analysis of Transportation demand.R. Sequential demand analysis. Mass Transit Definitions and classification. Evaluation of alternatives.
Liquefaction analysis from standard penetration test data. Machine foundations: Degrees of freedom of a machine foundation. Books: 1. Rayleigh’s method. classification and effects. Behaviour of saturated sands under transit loading. 5. Modification on Coulomb’s theory Modified Culmann’s construction. Wave propagation in a semi‐infinite elastic half space. Stress conditions on soil elements under earthquake loading. Forced vibrations with harmonic excitation. Dynamic analysis for vertical and horizontal loads. origin. Wave propagation in an elastic infinite medium.Barken : Swami Saran. Pendulum loading apparatus. Logarithmic decrement. T 1 P 0
. Simultaneous rocking sliding and vertical vibrations of a block. Systems with multi degree of freedom. Introduction and fundamentals of vibration: Soil mechanics and soil dynamics. Effects of static stress level and number of pulses on strength of cohesive solids. Stress‐strain characteristics of soil under dynamic loads: Introduction to dynamic tests. Systems with two degree of freedom (vibration absorber). Earthquakes causes. System under transient vibrations. displacement analysis. Waves generated by a surface footing. Effect of horizontal load and moment. 6. Wave propagation methods. Problems of dynamic loading of soil and soil structures. India standards for design of foundations for reciprocating machines and impact type of machines. Analytical solution of c‐Ф soils. Dynamic bearing capacity: Earthquake load on footing. Oscillatory simple shear.D. Resonant column apparatus. 2. Liquefaction studies in triaxial shear and oscillatory simple shear. Determination of viscous damping. Yawing vibrations of a block. Transmissibility. Factors affecting liquefaction characteristics. 7. Soil Dynamics and Machine Foundations : Shamsher Parkash : D. Cyclic plate load test. Dynamics of bases and foundations 3. Block resonance test. Theory of vibrations: Undamped and damped vibrations. Soil Dynamics 2. 4. Rocking. Evaluation of liquefaction potential. Provision of relevant standards. Indian standard code of practice. Dynamic earth pressure: Behaviour of retaining walls during earthquakes. Principles of vibration measuring instruments. Vertical sliding.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ SOIL DYNAMICS L 3 1. Spectral response. Introduction to shake table and field test. Wave propagation in an elastic medium: Wave propagation in an elastic rod. 3. 8. Nature of dynamic loads. Liquefactions of soil: Theory and criterion of liquefaction.
effect of hydro‐geologic conditions on draw down. back washing. states of flow. Driscoll 2. open area. Well drilling: Cable tool method. water bearing formations. well depth. other method of well development. aquicludes and aquitards. ground water origin. storage equations and differential equations governing ground water flow. air and jet drilling. governing flow. design of wells. effect of partial penetration.
7. Development of water wells: Introduction.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B.
4. draw down from pumping tests. Ground water Engineering : K. well interference and well efficiency. aquifers.
Ground water occurrence and quality: introduction to ground water. Darcy’s laboratory permeability tests. Karanth 3. formation constants. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ 1. Sharma and A. California stove‐pipe method. thesis equation. radius of influence. modes of occurrence. mechanical surging. Ground water exploration: Exploration by geologic and hydraulic methods. direct rotary. Books : 1. grouting and sealing of well casing. drilling. Ground water Hydrology : Todd 4.
6. casing material.
5. slot opening and diameter.R.
GROUND WATER ENGINEERING
2.S. method of development over pumping. Manual of ground water and tube‐wells technical report : H. equilibrium and non‐equilibrium well equations. flow through aquifers. yield of water and water quality.G. map and tracer techniques. Ground water and well : F. Well hydraulics: Definition of terms. drilling fluids. Chawla
. recharge and boundary conditions. confined and unconfined and leaky aquifers.D. drilling with earth augers. Design of well: Casing diameter. well screens length. surface geophysical methods. factors affecting development. Ground water movement: Permeability. entrance velocity.
Types hydro electric plants: Classification of hydro‐power plants. penstocks. 3. Intake: Types of intake. design of trench weir. various components and power planning. cost of hydro power. Design of Desilting basins. types of desilting basins. Economics of hydro power installation: Engineering feasibility. Power house: Types of power houses. surge tanks. Emil T 1 P 0
.‐I and II) : Creager and Justin : Barrows : Mosony L. surge shafts or fore bays. political consideration. 5. requirements of storage. base load and peak load plants. economic analysis of storage capacity. economic feasibility. designs of water conveyance systems and penstocks. desilting tanks. conveyance channels and tunnels. Project report: General report. 2. Water Power Engineering 3. Desilting: Introduction.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. pressure shafts. operation of a power plant system. classification based on operating head. Run off of the river and pumped storage plants. Introduction: Principal Components of hydro‐electric scheme. design report. water requirement. reservoir operation using flow duration and mass curves considerations for flood routing. 8. 9. surge tanks. 7. penstocks. Pondage and storage: Need for pondage and storage. Principal of desilting. power house and tail race channels. aspects of cost allocation for different purposes. Water conductor system: Intake structures. plant capacity. cost and estimate report. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ WATER POWER ENGINEERING L 3 1. Books : 1. cost of power. 4. Storage. Water Power Development (Vol. Hydro‐electrical Engineering 2. analysis of cost. surge shafts or fore bays. 10. Hydraulics prime movers: Conveyance channels and tunnels. concept of firm power and secondary power. 6. different types of three structures and their brief design aspects. Pressure shafts.
uncertainties. Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries: Asit K. A. meteorology. numerical models. EIA report and EIS. prediction and assessment of impacts on physical.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. biological and socio‐economic environment. Canter 4. Environmental Impact Analysis Handbook : G.
Books: 1. Thomann and J. environmental risk analysis. Air Pollution : J. expert system and GIS applications. Muller
. resettlement and rehabilitation Methodologies: Practical applications of EIA. baseline data collection. Wooten 3.H. rapid and comprehensive EIA.
2. economic valuation methods. Environmental policies and legislation: Legislative and environmental clearance procedures in India and other countries. specialized areas like environmental health impact assessment.J. review process. Environmental Impact Assessment : L. Rau and C. Environmental systems Modelling: Principles of modelling. Principles of Surface Water Quality Modelling and Control : R. dissolved oxygen model for streams. introduction to air quality models. EIA process. regional and policy level. Gaussian plume model and modification. stratification and eutrophication of lakes. estuarine and lake hydrodynamics. public participation. classification.V.
L T P 3 1 0 Environmental assessment: Evolution of environmental impact assessment (EIA). EIA at project. Biswas 2. introduction to river. Seinfield 5. screening and scoping criteria. cost benefit analysis. post project monitoring. Tech Civil Engineering CE— ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND MODELING
1. sitting criteria. EIA methodologies. temperature models. strategic EIA. environmental management plan. Transport and fate of pollutant in aquatic system. atmospheric stability and turbulence.
Foundation of rocks: Stress distribution in foundation. Rock properties: Laboratory test.G. void index. dental concreting. back analysis of slopes. RMR and Q systems. rate of testing. plane wedge analysis. 3D‐wedge analysis circular mode of failure. flat jack test and over coring. 6. rock support interaction analysis empirical and semi empirical methods of analysis. improvement of rock properties. Rock Mechanics in Engineering Practice 2. pressure grouting for tunnels and dams. Books: 1. Stability of rock slopes: Mode of failure of rock slopes. effects of size of specimen.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. design. compression. 7. Rock Mechanics in Engineering Practice 4. Under ground excavation in rock 3. permeability and shear. confining pressure etc. Classification of rock masses i. Goodman
. ground reaction curve. simple method of tunnel. Field test: Uniaxial tests in tunnels and open excavations. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ ROCK MECHANICS L 3 1. shear test. shear zone treatment.D. methods of determining in situ stresses i. application of rock mechanics to civil engineering problems. saturation and temperature effects. 2. R. 4. methods of determination of bearing capacity of rocks. Design of tunnels: Rock pressure theories. types and design of tunnel lining.e. strength of intact and fissured rocks. pressures tunnel tests etc. types and design of rock bolts. 3.e hydraulic fracturing. Introduction: Rock Mechanics and its relationship with soil mechanics and engineering geology. Stress strain curves of typical rocks. engineering classification of rocks. 5. classification based on wave velocity ratio. Stagg : Hoek and Brown : Cambridge University : R. tensile. Determination of in situ stresses: Stresses in rock. Classification of rocks: Lithological classification. Introduction to Rock Mechanics T 0 P 0
: K. shear strength of jointed rock mass. effects of anisotropy.E.Q. 8. stability charts.
Waste disposal in engineered landfills 2. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ 1. Ground water contamination processes beneath landfill: Sources of ground water contamination. hazardous waste characterization. compacted clay liners. landfill closure and post closure plan. construction aspects of compacted clay liner and amended soil liner.
6. surface water drainage. side lining system. environmental monitoring systems. final cover. durability of jute and coir geotextiles.Venkatappa Rao and K. Flow through soil beneath landfills. Factors affecting hydraulic conductivity. construction schedule. lining system. landfill capacity. impact on environment. types of landfills. gas collection facility. Geotextiles‐ Emerging Trends
2. chemical composition. erosion control products and their classification.
4. role of vegetation. waste quantities. jute and coir geotextiles. Transport process in soil beneath landfills. leachate collection facility. management of solid waste. liner material.
5. material requirement. fly ash. Liquid waste characterization. stability aspects. liner requirements and specifications. site characterization. drainage blanket. jute and coir production. introduction to mine tailings impoundments and ash ponds. need for disposing of fly ash.
3. hierarchy of options. role of geosynthetics in environmental geotechnology.
: Manoj Dutta : G. functions of geosynthetics. installation guide lines for slopes. types of geosynthetics. Transport Mechanisms. basal lining system. methods of disposal of fly ash. Geotechnical properties of solid waste. environmental control during operation. utilization of fly ash. Compacted soil liners. status of jute and coir industry in India. amended soil liners. characteristics of solid waste. Books: 1. Land fill planning and design consideration: Introduction. sources of solid waste. test procedures. landfill layout. Mine tailings and ash pond: Introduction. erosion process. site selection for landfills. Landfill liners compacted clays and amended soils: Hydraulic conductivity of compacted soils. Plume beneath Landfills. surface erosion control techniques. landfill section. use of geosynthetics in abandoned landfills. Geosynthetics in environmental geotechnology: Introduction. planning of phased operation. equipment requirement.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. solid waster characterization. Geotechnical properties of Indian fly ashes. physical properties and their determination. surface lining. Balan
. management strategy. physical and chemical characterization. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOTECHNOLOGY L T P 3 0 0 Introduction and waste characterisation: Waste generation and disposal on land.
bearing capacity of lime treated soils. geo grids. soil improvement by thermal treatment. Text Bok on Soil Improvement Technique and their Evolution 5.
Compaction: Principles of compaction. woven geotextiles. environmental considerations. surface compaction. Engineering behaviour of compacted clays. field compaction techniques static vibratory. design aspects for slopes. reticulated micro piles. prefabricated drains. Van Impe : D. Construction and Geotechnical Methods in Foundation
: Blackie Moseley : R. Books: 1. preloading techniques. control methods. vibro techniques. jet grouting. anchored earth nailing. commonly used chemicals. Rao and G. jet grouting process. application to granular soils. clay embankments. 4. non woven geotextiles. soil‐lime column.
3. electro‐osmosis. lime. physical and strength properties. effect on strength. introduction to reinforced earth. soil dowels. H. Sotir : G. improvement in slope stability. grouting operations. Text Book on Engineering With Geosynthetics. Text Book on Soil Reinforcement with Geotextiles. stabilization of soft clay or silt with lime. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES L 3 1. retaining walls and pavements. vibro equipment.Rao Korener
. sand column.A. Text Book on Bio Technical and Soil Engineering and Slope Stabilization 6. stone column. Compaction control. Text Book on Ground Improvement 2.S. T 0 P 0
2.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. B. dewatering systems.Boweven : R. grouting systems. sand drains. cohesive soils. Grouting: Chemical grouting. lime column. applications. introduction to bio technical stabilization. vibro compaction and replacement process.V. Geosynthetics: Polymer type geotextiles. flyash.E.Jewell : W. plant for preparing grouting materials. cement and other chemicals and bitumen. application and limitations. settlement of lime treated soils. soil anchors. Gray & R. geometry and properties of treated soils and applications. vibro systems and liquefaction. compaction grouting. compaction using vibratory probes. bearing capacity. Earth moving machinery. soil types and reinforced earth. behaviour of soils on reinforcing with geotextiles. Text Book on Grouting in engineering Practice 3. load transfer mechanism and strength development.
5. induced settlements. reinforced earth retaining walls. 7. Soil reinforcement: Soil improvement using reinforcing elements. Stabilization: Introduction to soil improvement by adding materials.
4. impact. depth of improvement.V.
strength of figures. selection of stations. law of weight. determination of time. 4. reconnaissance. effect of refraction and curvature. Theory of Errors: Definitions. most probable value. 6. Surveying Volume I. Photogrammetry: Basic concepts. selection of site for base line. Punmia : R. measurement of parallax and height determination. indirect levelling on a slopes. determination of height of object when two instrument stations are not in the same vertical plane. correction for astronomical observations. derivation of relations when observations are taken from the satellite station and towards the station. Agor
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. indirect levelling on a rough terrain. 3. triangle station adjustment. difference in elevations by reciprocal observation. figure adjustment. its measurement and extension. latitude and longitude. signal correction. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐ 1. quadrilateral and polygon adjustment of closed traverse and level nets. Triangulation: Classification of triangulation system. method of least square. inter‐visibility.C. difference in elevation in single observation. Arora : B. Surveying Volume‐I 2. sun dial. reduction to centre. geometry of aerial photographs. correction to base line measurement. axis signal correction.R. scaffolds and signals. Trigonometric Levelling: Introduction. conversion of time. determination of the level of the top of an object when its base is accessible and not accessible. Astronomy: Solution of an astronomical triangle. Introduction to Remote Sensing Books : 1. triangulation figures. azimuth. normal equations.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. sidereal and standard equation of time. 2. Advance Surveying : K. probable errors. type of photographs. marking of stations. II and III 3. 5. operation in triangulation survey. co‐ordinate systems time solar.
sensor systems. geometric characteristics of scanners. near infra‐red thermal and microwave wavelengths. utility of GIS. reclassification and aggregation. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation : T. conventional database management systems.
3. Stefan’s Law. scanners and digitisers. effect of leaf pigments.Scheme of Courses and Syllabus for B. data manipulation and analysis. Radiation principles. Principles of Geographical Information systems for land Resources Assessment : P. relational database. IRS. Wein’s Displacement law. radiometric and temporal resolution. ERS etc. applications of GIS in various natural resources and engineering applications.W. land sat MSS and TM. geometric and spatial operation on data management and statistical modeling. atmospheric effects of visible.
4. Curren 3. balloon aircraft. spectral characteristics of individual leaf. cell structure. Vol. Kirchoff’s Law. nature of atmospheric interaction.
2. satellite platforms sun‐synchronous orbits. comparison of some satellite/ aerial platforms and sensors and remote sensing data products. profilers. Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and its characteristics. scanners. FOV. interaction at ground surface.A. IFOV. spatial database management. organic matter. hierarchical data. effects of soil moisture. raster and vector data. Baurrough 4. Geographical Information systems‐ A Management Perspective : Stan Aromoff
. prosperities of solar radiant energy. Physical basis of remote sensing: Interaction in the atmosphere. Principles of Remote Sensing : P. Planck”s Law. data management. Manual of Remote Sensing. images. sensors for visible and near infra‐red wavelengths. Keifer 2. radiometers. particles. vegetation canopies. Books: 1. applications. spatial.M.2 : American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 5. Lillensand and R. various GIS packages and their salient features. V/H ratio. network systems. data acquisition and processing.
L T P 3 0 0 Introduction: Introduction to Remote Sensing. data storage. interaction with vegetation. spectral. atmospheric windows. Platform and sensors: Multi concept in remote sensing. interaction with soils and rocks. Tech Civil Engineering CE‐‐ REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
1. SPOT.J. optical mechanical and push button scanners. essential components of a GIS. size and texture. Geographical Concepts and Terminology: Difference between image processing system and geographical system (GIS). radiation geometry. general requirements of a platform.