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CIVIL ENGINEERING FOR 2006 BATCH AND ONWARDS
B. TECH. Ist SEMESTER Course No. CIV-102 Course title Engg.Drawing L 2 T 0 P 4 C 4
B. TECH. 2nd SEMESTER Course No. CIV-201 Course title Engg.Mechancis L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4
B.TECH. 3RD SEMESTER (CIVIL) Course No. CIV-301 CIV-302 CIV-302(P) CIV-303 CIV- 303(P) MTH-303 ELE-304 ELE-304(P) HSS-301 CIV-300 Course title L T P C 3 3 1 4 2 4 3 1 3 1 25 4 1
Structucal Analysis- I 2 1 0 Fluid Mechanics-I 2 1 0 Fluid Mechanics Lab-I 0 0 2 Surveying-I 2 2 0 Surveying Lab-I 0 0 3 Mathematics-I 2 2 0 Basic Electrical Engineering 2 1 0 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab. 0 0 2 Humanities & Social Science-I 2 1 0 Professional Development Activities 0 0 2 Total Contact Hours and Credits 28 COURSES OFFERED TO OTHERS DEPARTMENTS (METALLURGY) CIV- 304 Geology & Mineraology 2 2 0 CE-304(P) Geology & Mineraology Lab. 0 0 2/2 B.TECH. 4th SEMESTER (CIVIL)
Course No. CIV-401 CIV-401(P) CIV-402 CIV-402(P) CIV-403 CIV-403(P) CIV-404 CIV-404(P) CIV-405 CIV-405(P) MTH-406
Course title Structucal Analysis- II Structural Lab. Fluid Mechanics-II Fluid Mechanics Lab-II Surveying-II Surveying Lab./Camp* Water Supply and Sanitary Engg. Water Quality Lab. Engineering Geology and Materials Geology Lab. Mathematics-II
L 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2
T 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
P 0 2/2 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 2/2 0
C 3 1 3 1 3 2 3 1 3 1 3
Two weeks survey camp immediately after exam. Of 4th semester (July)
Professional Development Activities Total Contact Hours and Credits BTECH. 5th- SEMESTER (Civil) Course No. Course title CIV-501 CIV-501(P) CIV-502 CIV-502(P) CIV-503 CIV-504 CIV-500
Design of Structures-I 2 2 0 4 Concrete Laboratory 0 0 2/2 1 Geotechnical Engineering-I 2 2 0 4 Geotechnical Laboratory 0 0 2/2 1 Building Drawing and Construction 2 1 0 3 Water Resources Engineering 2 1 0 3 Professional Development Activities 0 0 2 1 Elective Courses CIV-505:E1 Surveying –III 2 2 0 4 Computer Aided Design Construction Technology CIV-506: E2 Architecture and Town Planning 2 2 0 4 Seismology Total Contact Hours and Credits 26 25 COURSES OFFERED TO OTHERS DEPARTMENTS (ELECTRICAL) CIV-507 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines 3 1 0 4
B.TECH. 6th SEMESTER (Civil) Course No. CIV-601 CIV-601(P) CIV-602 CIV-602(P) CIV-603 CIV-603 (P) CIV-600 Course title L 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 T 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 P 0 2/2 0 2/2 0 2 2 0 0 C 4 1 3 1 3 1 1 3 4
Design of Structures-II Structural Engineering Lab. Geotechnical Engineering-II Geotechnical Laboratory Highway and Bridge Engg. Highway Lab. Professional Development Activities Elective Courses CIV-604:E1 Sediment Transport Environmental Engineering CIV-605:E2 Water Shed Management Advanced Structural Analysis CHE-ELE Soil Chemistry CIV-606:E3 Disaster Management PHY-ELE Solar Architecture HSS-ELE General Management & Economics-II Total Contact Hours and Credits
Course No. CIV-701 CIV-702 CIV-703 CIV-704 CIV-705 CIV-700 CIV-711:E1
B.TECH. 7th SEMESTER (Civil) Course title L Structural Dynamics Quantity Surveying and Cost Evaluation Civil Engineering Management Seminar Project Pre-Work Professional Development Activities Elective courses Structural Design of Bridges Transportation & Traffic Engg. EDP Course Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Flood and Drought Estimation and Mitigation Optimisation in Civil Engineering 2 2 2 0 0 0 2
T 2 1 1 2 0 0 2
P 0 0 0 0 4 2 0
C 4 3 3 2 2 1 4
Applied Hydrology Ground Improvement Techniques Concrete Technology Total Contact Hours and Credits
B.TECH. 8th SEMESTER (Civil): Course No. CIV-801 CIV-802 CIV-803 CIV-804 CIV-805 Course title L T P C
Irrigation and Flood Control 2 2 0 4 Design of Steel Structures-III 2 1 0 3 Project 0 5 10 10 Tour and Training 0 0 0 2 Professional Viva-Voce 0 0 0 2 ELECTIVE COURSES CIV-811:E1 Rock Mechanics and Tunneling 2 1 0 3 Technology Hydropower Engineering MTH-811 Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering CIV-812:E2 Landfill Engineering 2 1 0 3 Earthquake Resistant Design Railway and Airport Engineering Total Contact Hours and Credits 28 27 Note: The H.O.D. would constitute a project evaluation board which will assess the individual project work. The weightage will be as follows: Supervisor = 40%, Project Report = 20% (to be assessed by the evaluation board). Evaluation board assessment will be done by H.O.D. and the external expert in the ratio of 1:1, Presentation and viva = 40%. The evaluation board will comprise of H.O.D., supervisor and one subject expert preferably from outside the institute.
DETAILED SYLLABUS OF B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
SYLLABUS B.TECH. IST SEMESTER (COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES)
SEMESTER : Ist (CIVIL) COURSE NO. CIV-102 L 2 T 0 P 4 C 4
1. Line symbols; rules for printing; dimensioning of various types of projections, orthographic projections; concept of solid as 3-dimensional object- parts, lines and planes; first and third angle practices. 2. Projections of simple geometrical solids placed in simple positions and with single rotations of the face, edge or axis of the solid with respect to one of the principal planes of projection. 3. Section of simple geometrical solids; types of section planes and their trace representation and location; true shape sections. 4. Intersection of surfaces - simple case of intersection of two cylinders; two prisms, cone and a cylinder, and cylindrical solid to flat surfaces (connecting rod, end-web type and fork type). 5. Development of surfaces of simple sectional solids and intersecting solids, transition pieces. 6. Isometric projections for the given orthographic projections. 7. Orthographic projections of simple blocks. Missing lines and missing views. PRACTICAL DRAWING PLATES TO BE PREPARED :1. Layout; printing of title blocks and projection of lines, Projections of solids simple position of solids. 2. Projections of solids single rotation of solids, section of solids. 3. Intersection of surfaces, Development of surfaces. 4. Isometric projections. Projections of Blocks - Ist angle practice. 5. Projections of Blocks - 3rd. angle practice. Missing lines and mission views. 6. Engineering symbols for Civil, Electrical, mechanical and Chemical components. LIST OF RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing (Reference) by Luzaddax Geometrical Drawing (Text) by N.D.Bhatt. Geometrical Drawing (Text) by V. Laxminarayan. I.S. Code of Engineering Drawing (No.969) 1960 : (No. ) 1976 Mitra, G.M. “Practical Engineering Drawing”, New Age International (P) Ltd. Publishers, New Delhi,2000. 6. Venugopal,K. “Engineering Drawing and Graphics”, New Age International (P) Ltd. Publishers, New Delhi,2006. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
SYLLABUS B.TECH. 2ND SEMESTER (COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES)
SEEMSTER IST COURSE NO. CIV-201 L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4
1. MOMENTS OF AREA OF PLANE AREAS: First Moment of an Element of Area. First Moment of Finite Area. Centroid of a Finite Area. Second Moment of an Element of Area. Second Moment of a Finite Area. ParrallelAxis Theorem for Second Moment of a Finite Area. Composite Areas. Radius of Gyration. Product Moment of an Element of Area. Product Moment of Finite Area. Parallel-Axis Theorem for Product Moments of Finite Area. Composite Areas. Principal Second Moments of Area. Principal Axes. 2. ANALYSIS OF STRESSES & STRAINS: Forces & Stresses. Normal Stress & Normal Strain under Axial Loading. Stress-Strain Diagram; Mechanical Properties. Hooke‟s Law; Modulus of Elasticity. Ultimate & Allowable Stress; Factor of Safety. Deformation of Members under Axial Loading. Statically Indeterminate Problems. Problems involving Temperature Changes. Poisson‟s Ratio. Multiaxial Loading; Generalized Hooke‟s Law. Dilatation; Bulk Modulus. Shearing Strain. Relation Among E, V & G. 3. MEMBER FORCES IN TRUSSES: Planar Truss Structures. Idealization for Planar Trusses. Truss Joint Identification, Sign Convention & Member Force Representation. Strategy for Planar Truss Analysis. Statical Determinancy & Stability of Planar Trusses. Numerical Truss Analysis (Method of Joints , Method of Sections & Graphical Method). 4. MEMBERS SUBJECTED TO FLEXURAL LOADS: (A); REACTIONS: Reaction Forces for Planar Structures(Beams). Support Conditions:Real versus Idealized. Statical Determinancy & Stability of Planar Structures(Beams). Computation of Reactions Using Equations of Equilibrium. (B); INTERNAL FORCES: Internal Forces for Flexural Members. Notation & Sign Convention. Statical Determinancy & Stability of Beams. Determination of Internal Forces. Relationship between Load, Shear & Bending Moment. Shear & Moment Diagrams. 5. MEMBERS SUBJECTED TO TORSIONAL LOADS: Preliminary Discussion of Stresses in a Shaft. Deformations in a Circular Shaft. Polar Second Moment of Area. Stresses in Elastic Range. Angle of Twist in Elastic Range. Statically Indeterminate Shafts. Design of Transmission Shafts. REFRENCES: 1. Beer, P.F. and Johnston (Jr.) E.R. “Mechanics of Materials”,S.I. version, Tata McGraw Hill , India, 2001. 2. Engineering Mechanics of Solids: Popov.
Strength of Materials : Ryder. History of Structural Engineering . evaluation by analytical and graphical methods .TECH. Types of Loads . Degrees of Freedom. Evaluation of Gravity Loads On Various Components with Reference to IS : 875. Free Body Diagrams . (D)BENDING AND SHEAR STRESS IN BEAMS: Flexural formula. Compatibility . INDETERMINATE TRUSSES: Castigliano‟s 2nd Theorem of minimum energy & its application to Analysis of Internally & Externally Indeterminate Trusses . REFRENCES : . Fundamentals of Structural Analysis: West. COMPOUND STRESSES: Principal stresses and strains. Kinematic & Static Indeterminancy of Structures. 5. Structural Engineering . (G). INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES: Introduction to Indeterminate structures. COLUMNS: Stresses in columns. SLOPES AND DEFLECTIONS: Slope and deflection of determinate beams by differential equation. Strength of Materials by William A. Condition Equations .Mohr's Circle. stresses in eccentrically loaded columns. ( B) BASIC CONCEPTS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS: Forces . Euler's. Structural Analysis . Displacements . 3RD SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS –I SEMESTER : 3RD (CIVIL) COURSE NO.Types of Structural Supports.Crippling loads evaluation. bending stress and shear stress diagrams for homogeneous beam sections of various shapes.3. Specification of a Force .Rankine's theory . Principle of Superposition . Structural Form . moment area. short and long columns. (E). Nash SYLLABUS B. Boundary Conditions . (F). Castigliano's first energy theorem and its applications to deflection of simple determinate trusses. (C). Stiffness & Flexibility. conJugate beam and energy methods. buckling phenomenon. Simplifications for Purpose of Analysis . 4. CIV-301 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 (A) INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS: Structure. (H). Equations of Equilibrium . The Engineering Design Process .
Stream lines. Structural Analysis : Jack C. flow through orificemeter. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis : West. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. KINEMATICS OF FLUID FLOW: Steady and unsteady. surface tension. etc.1. sluice gates under free and submerged conditions. New Delhi. 4. Fluid Mechanics by R. Boundary layer over a flat plate. 2. Model analysis. 3. FLUID MECHANICS .J. mass density. laminar and turbulent flows.S. 7. manometers. local and Average friction coefficients.density. 6. FLUID STATICS: Pressure Intensity. Engg. Laminar sub-layer. mouth pieces. Important dimensionless numbers and their significance. Nash. Reddy. Graphical and Experimental methods of drawing flow nets.L. Introduction to Structural Engineering : John M. Momentum equation and its application to stationary and moving vanes. Streaklines and path lines. Laminar boundary layer.Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids. centre of pressure. Elementary explanation of stream function and velocity potential. orifices. Buckingham's theorem. Continuity equation.2004. William A.height relationships. Biggs. BOUNDARY LAYER ANALYSIS: Boundary layer thicknesses. one. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND HYDRAULIC SIMILITUDE: Dimensional analysis. 5. New Delhi. uniform and non uniform. Kinematic and dynamic similarity. smooth and rough boundaries. pressure on plane and curved surfaces. vapour pressure. CIV-302 INTRODUCTION: Physical properties of fluids viz. Ideal Fluids and Real Fluids. Tata McGraw Hill. Application of momentum equation. DYNAMICS OF FLUID FLOW: Euler's equation of motion along a streamline and its integration to yield Bernoulli's equation.Wang . Pressure. pitot and prandtl tubes. Geometric. Tata McGraw Hill. Determinate Structures : R. Flow measurement. capillarity. pipe bends. “Theory and Problems of Strength of materials 4/e”. Buoyancy.Jindal. Stability of immersed and floating bodies.K. Pascal's law. separation.I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 COURSE NO. Turbulent boundary layer. McCormac. Various types of Notches and weirs under free and submerged flow conditions. Aeration of Nappe. “Basic Structural Analysis” . Indeterminate Structures : C. Rotation and Circulation.2003. C. Venturimeter. viscosity.compressibility. two and three dimensional flows.Garde .
K. To determine the coefficient of discharge. D. Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. 2000.B. Importance . . 1984. Kataria & Sons Publishers. Principles of Surveying. S. Wylie. New York.L. 3. “Fluid Mechanics”. 5. 7. 4. and Bedford. “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”. Bansal. CIV-303 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1. 1998. Streter. To verify the Bernoulli's equation experimentally. To calibrate a SHARP crested triangular weir. To determine experimentally the metacentric height of a ship model. Types of Surveying. To study the variation of friction factor "f" for turbulent flow in smooth and rough commercial pipes. CIV-302(P) 1. New. FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY-I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 COURSE NO.R.W. V. Kumar. 2.. Eurasia Publishing House (P) Ltd. “ Engg. K. 2001. 6. To calibrate an orifice meter and to study the variation of coefficient of discharge with Reynold's number.L.Delhi. K. Introduction. 5. E.. 3. Fluid Mechanics”. New Delhi.K. “Fluid Mechanics” McGraw Hill . Kumar.coefficient of velocity and coefficient of contraction of an orifice or a mouthpiece of a given shape.2. SURVEYING-I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. To calibrate a venturimeter and to study the variation of coefficient of discharge with Reynold's Number.S. 4. New Delhi.
Surveying & Levelling by P. 3. Field Work in Compass Surveying Measurement of Angles between the lines meeting at a point. Accuracy. K. corrections.C. Two point and Three point problem. Duggal. Levelling. Ltd. Principle. 4. Sensitivity of bubble tube. Offsets. New Delhi.”Surveying & Levelling” Vols. BOOKS RECOMMENDED Surveying Vols. Areas and Volumes: methods of determining areas and volumes viz. 3. Bench mark & its types. Kanetkar. Laxmi Publications Pvt. Setting-out Right Angles using Tape. . Tata McGraw Hill. Methods of chaining. Testing and permanent adjustments. Shahni 6.P.2004. CIV-303(P) L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 A) CHAIN SURVEYING: 1. S. 2. local attraction. Ranging / Chaining a line and recording the field book. Borrow .”Surveying” Vol. Chain Surveying. Procedure and precautions. corrections in chaining. Taking offsets and setting-out Right Angles using:(i) Cross Staff (ii) Indian Optical Square 4.2.T. Compass Traversing and Taking Observations C) PLANE TABLE SURVEYING: 1. I & II by Dr. S.” Surveying” Vols. Methods of plane tabling.V. obstacles in chain-surveying. Tape and chain corrections. B. Punmia.2002. Adjustments. plotting. 1&2. I & II.R. Field Equipment.K. New Delhi. Setting-up the plane table. Testing of Adjustment of Indian Optical Square 5. Study of Equipment 2. 6.. 3. Basak “Surveying & Levelling” Tata McGraw Hill. Field book recording. closed traverse. New Delhi 4. Precautions. Plotting.Arora 2.B. Prismatic compass surveying. Pune.pits. 1994. Field equipments. methods of reduction of levels. plotting. SURVEYING LABORATORY-I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. 5. 5. Degree of accuracy. Study of Prismatic Compass 2. I & II PVG Prakashan. and Kulkarni. Plane Table Surveying.Temp. various types of field works. Instruments. contouring. B) COMPASS SURVEYING: 1. Instruments. Testing and Adjustment of Chain.
Two point and three point problem.C. John Wiley & Sons.” Introduction to mathematical statistics” 3rd edition . classical. 6. 3. and Kapoor. harmonic analysis. Field work using levelling Instrument:(i) Taking Staff readings and (ii) Recording the field book. MATHEMATICS-I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. FOURIER TRANSFORMS: Fourier series. Regression and correlation. Binomial. . Study of Equipment and levelling staff. “Statistical theory and methodology in Science and Engineering”. Random variables.sighting. R. Fitting a straight line and parabola of degree „p‟. Random experiment. Moments. 4. 2.E. Macmillan Publications. events. Rownlee. Laws of expectation . Derivation of formulae for mean. 6. Statements and proof of theorems on addition and multiplication of probabilities. application to solutions of boundary value problems. Longitudinal Section of Road/Railway/Canal/Dam 5.New York.K. S. 4. sample space. fourier integral formula. Simple problems. Baye‟s theorem on conditional probability. Temporary adjustment of levelling Instruments. Plotting a few points by InterSection Method. MTH-303 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY: Measures of Central tendency and Measures of Variations (Dispersions). Plotting a few points by Radiation Method. definition of fourier transform. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: Gupta. Measures of Skewness and kurtosis. Cross Section of a Road/Railway/Canal/Dam. D) LEVELLING: 1. 5. Walpole. “Fundamentals of mathematical statistics” Sultan Chand & Sons.3. statistical and Axiomatic definitions of probability. V. Method of least squares. variance and moments of random variables for discrete and continuous cases. Marking North Direction and Orientation by : (i) Magnetic Needle/Trough Compass (ii)Back. fourier sine and cosine transform. Taking Staff readings on different stations / finding difference of level between them. poisson and Normal distributions.
Tata McGraw Hill.C. D. superposition theorem. power and energy relations in A. A. solutions of sinusoidal excited RLC circuits. Engineering Circuit Analysis by Hayt. applications of network theorems to A.C.C. dependent sources. Loknath Debnath. Ohm‟s law.C.”The Use of Integral transform”. maximum power transfer theorem. Principles of Electrical Engineering by Vincent Del Toro 3. series and parallel combinations of circuit elements.Meyer. SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. circuits. theory of magnetic circuits and electro-magnetism.Y-circuits. Snedden. Three Phase Circuits Characteristics of 3-phase systems. Y-∆ and ∆-Y current and voltage relations in 3-phase circuits. concept of 3-phase voltage. loop and model methods. Delta star (∆-Y) transformation.analysis of series parallel D. Thevenin‟s and Nortan‟s theorems. Kirchoff‟s laws. phasor and complex number representation.C. ∆. Circuit Analysis Basic terminology and definitions. Circuit Analysis Power and energy relations. Magnetic Circuit (Introduction) Mutual inductance. BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Energy Sources Ideal and practical voltage and current sources and their transformation. Press.R.”Data analysis for scientists and Engineers” John Wiley and Sons. circuits. New York. ELE-304(P) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 . Ian.” Integral Transform” C.C. circuits.circuits. Steady State A. circuit parameters. Kemmerly. BOOKS RECOMMENDED Basic Electrical Engineering by Fitzgerald. N. balanced/unbalanced systems. concept of active and reactive power. BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB. resonance in series and parallel circuits. ELE-304 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Electric Circuit Laws Basic electric circuit terminology.C.
3. To study the series resonance.Experiment No. (a). Circuits 1. To verify the superposition theorem.C.Industrial policy in India1948-1956 and recent economic reforms. Computer Aided circuit analysis (three experiments) HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCE-I SEMESTER : 3rd (CIVIL) COURSE NO. To study the series/ parallel operation of resistors and verifying their effective values of LCRQ meter.C. Single proprietorship (b). To study the parallel resonance. circuits. Circuits Basic RLC circuits excited from A.C.C. connection of Ammeters. Problems of industrialization in a developing country like India. Experiments on A. circuits. Wattmeters and Multimeters in D. HSS-301 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 (INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT) 1. Cooporatives and (e).2. .C. circuits and selection of their ranges. Experiment on D. To measure electric power in single phase A. 2. 2. To verify the KVL and KCL in D. Voltmeters. circuits with resistive load. Use of LCRQ meter. To verify the star-delta transformation of networks. Joint Stock Companies. (c). State Enterpeises. social and economic benefits of industrialization . Experiment No.C.1. FORMS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION: (a). To measure the power and power factor in 3-phase A. (d). To verify the maximum power transfer theorem. RL load and RLC load. To study the colour coding of resistors (b). 4. and A. INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRY: Meaning and importance of industrialization .C.C. Partenership (c). To study the handling of CRO and use it for the different voltage waveforms.
supervision . short term and long term costs. Transportation and Deposition by Wind. 4. Zinc. I & II COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER DAPARTMENTS (METALLURY) GEOLOGY AND MINEROLOGY SEMESTER : 3rd (Metallurgy) COURSE NO.A. Dewett M. Processes of Mineral Formation. Budgetory control . Primary . Introduction to Geological Structures.K.3. Vols. Elementary Economic Theory by 2. Minerals and Rocks. B. objectives and performance. . inspection and feedback. Sherlaker by Y. Principles of Management by 4. Magnesium and Iron. PRICING: Pricing policy – price determination under perfect completion and monopoly – features of various other markets. 7. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Elementary Economic Theory by 3. their important properties. meaning and principles of Management. Crust of Earth and its Composition. situations and determination of price. AREAS OF MANAGEMENT: Various functions of management . Mineralogy Rock Forming Minerals and Ore Minerals. Nickel. MANAGEMENT: Concepts . CIV-304 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 A. Tin. Introduction to the Ore Minerals. Principle Ore Minerals of Aluminium. Chromium. Antimony. Water and Ice. 6.Chand. 5. MANAGEMENT CONTROL: Techniques of management control . Classification of management objectives . MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES: Management objectives .L. Erosion. Lead. span of control. Seth S. Copper.cost analysis – various concepts . Principles of Management by K. Industrial Organisation and Management 5.K. Bhushan Tara. Physical Properties of Minerals. Physical Geology Introduction to the Science of Geology. Weathering of Rocks. Administrative and operational management . secondary and social objectives . Testing of objectives .
5. Study and Sketching of various types of Geological Structures. 4TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS -II SEMESTER : 4TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: Building Materials by Parbin Singh Civil Engineering Material by Gurbachan Singh Building Material by Dutta Engineering Geology by Parbin Singh Physical Geology by Arthur Holmes Engineering Geology by F. Determination of Dip and Strike with a Clinometer Compass. The study of Physical Properties of Minerals. SEMESTER : 3rd (Metallurgy) COURSE NO. CIV-401 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 ANALYSIS OF BEAMS AND ARCHES BY FORCE METHOD: Method of consistent deformation for analysis of indeterminate beams. Study of Refractory minerals. Bell GEOLOGY AND MINEROLOGY LAB. SYLLABUS B. Analysis of fixed beams by integration and Moment area methods. Three moment theorem and its application to analysis of continuous beams.G. CIV-304 (P) L 0 T 0 P 2/2 C 1 1. APPROXIMATE ANALYSIS OF 2D FRAMES: . 2. Two hinged and fixed arch analysis for static loads. impurities. Determination of Specific Gravity by: (a) Jolly‟s Spring Balance (b) Walkers Steel Yard Balance (c) Beam Balance 3. Study of Rocks and their Characteristics 4. mode of Formation. mode of Occurrence and Distribution in India.associations.TECH. Coal and Petroleum.
Absolute maximum forces in beams under moving udl. Analysis for static loads. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Indeterminate Structural Analysis 2.Wang by R. Name of experiment 1. .L. Criteria for maximum moment & shear under series of moving concentrated loads in beams. To measure defection ultimate flexural strength and determine stiffness factor (Plot load deflection curve). Parallel to grains Perpendicular to grains. Slope Deflection Method & Moment Distribution Method. CIV-401(P) L 0 T 0 P 2/2 C 1 S. Portal and cantilever methods for analysis of frames under lateral loads. Tensile Test of Steel objective To determine yield strength ultimate tensile percentage elongation and modulus of elasticity (Plot. Tensile and Compresive strength of Timber Bending test of steel/ Timber 3. INFLUENCE LINES & TRAVELLING LOADS: Principles of Influence Lines and their Application to Determinate Structures.No. ii. CABLES AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES: Statics of a suspension cable. Beams. stress strain curve). 2. Structural Mechanics by C.Jindal by Noris & Wilbur STRUCTURAL LAB.K. Analysis of cable & suspension bridges with & without stiffening girders.Sub frame method for approximate analysis of frames for gravity loads. Arches & Bridge Trusses. Indeterminate Structural Analysis 3. i. SEMESTER : 4TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. INTRODUCTION TO DISPLACEMENT METHOD OF ANALYSIS: Analysis of Indeterminate Beams & Frames( with & without Sway) by Classical Displacement Methods viz.
Momentum Principle for open channels. diffusers. Valves and Siphons. Transmission of power. Resistance formulae. FLUID FLOW PAST SUBMERGED BODIES: Drag and lift. CIV-402 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 FLOW THROUGH PIPES: Nature of turbulent flow in pipes . Gradually varied flow equations. Venturi flumes. Classification of water surface profiles. Testing of Bricks and Stones as per IS Specifications. Normal depth. Shear modulus. Computation of water surface profiles. Hydraulic and energy grade lines. Nikuradse experiments. Resistance coefficient and its variation. step by step method and graphical integration method. Contraction. 9. To determine crippling load of columns with different end conditions and compare theoretical values. Drag on a sphere. Verification of horizontal To evaluate experimentally thrust in a three hinged arch horizontal thrust in a three hinged arch and draw influence line diagram for the horizontal thrust. Verification of Maxwells Theorem. To verify the Principle of Maxwells theorem 5. Equation for velocity distribution over smooth and rough pipes. Specific energy.4. Charpy test ii. 8. Critical depth. Shear test of steel/timber To measure ultimate shear strength. . Evaluation of the jump elements.branchedpipes pipes in series and parallels. Bends. Moody diagram. Izode test. 10. Plot shear stress strain Curve. FLUID MECHANICS-II SEMESTER : 4TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. To measure angle of twist. Impact test of steel 7.Concept of equivalent length. Hydraulic Jump. Torsion test of steel 6. Simple networks. Magnus effect and Circulation. cylinder and disc: Lift. To determine the impact strength of notched mild steel test piece using: i. Ultimate torsional strength stress strain Curve. Flow in sudden expansion. Buckling load of columns various end conditions. FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS : Uniform flow.
Design of surge Tanks. 3. 5. Runaway speed. pressure diagrams. 6. Delhi. Nai Sarak. Ranga Raju.1986.Subramanaya 4. 4. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Surge Tanks. Types.J.II SEMESTER : 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Types of draft tubes. To calibrate a broad crested weir. Deshmukh.. Draft Tube Dimensions. New Delhi.M.1978. specific speed. To determine Manning's coefficient of roughness "n" for the bed of a given flume. Governing of Turbines. Garde 2. To study the velocity distribution in a pipe and also to compute the discharge by integrating the velocity profile. “Flow Through Open Channels”. HYDRAULIC MACHINES : Types of Turbines. To determine the loss coefficient for various pipe fittings.. K.WATER HAMMER AND SURGE TANKS: Sequence of events after sudden value closure. 2. Instantaneous closure of valve in an Elastic pipe and Compressible fluid. CIV-402(P) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 1. FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY-II SEMESTER : 4TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Location of Surge Tanks. Selection of Turbines. Cavitation. Draft Tube. Description and principles of Impulse and reaction Turbines. M. Turbine characteristics . Open channel Flow by K. Reciprocating pumps. by Nigam 5. Instantaneous closure of valve in a rigid pipe. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Methods of Analysis. Handbook of Hydro electric Engg. Gradual closure or opening of the valve. “Water Power Engineering”. 3. CIV-403 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 . Danpat Rai & Sons. S U R V E Y I N G .G. To study the velocity distribution in an open channel and to determine the energy and momentum correction factors. power requirements. Unit quantities and specific speed. Centrifugal pumps. To study the formation of hydraulic jump. Engineering Fluid Mechanics by R.
3. Surveying Vols. I & II PVG Prakashan. New Delhi. Transfer of alignment. CIV-403(P) L 0 T 0 P 4 C 2 SURVEY LABORATORY A) THEODOLITE SURVEYING: 1. Tacheometry: Stadia and its principal. Shahni 6. Theodolite traversing-Traverse calculations. B. Heights and distances from stadia intercepts. Temporary and Permanent adjustment of transit Theodolite. Ltd.”Surveying” Vol. New Delhi. S. Temporary Adjustments of a Theodolite.principles: choice of stations. Axissional of trigonometrical levelling. angle measurements and errors. and Kulkarni. method 2. Tata McGraw Hill.V. 1994. Theodolite: Construction.C. Field work using a Theodolite: i) Measurement of Horizontal and Vertical Angles by ordinary and electronic Theodolites. Laxmi Publications Pvt. tacheometric alidade. Geodetic surveying: Triangulation. Triangulation adjustmentsHeightsfigure adjustments.2004. 3. ii) Measurement of linear and angular measurements . Base line measurements. Duggal. New Delhi 4. Traverse adjustments. correction. Spherical excess.Arora 2. Culverts and bridges. subtense method. Punmia. transition curve. compound curve. analytic lens. Curvature and refraction. K. Surveying & Levelling by P. Vertical Curves.K. Tunnels. 5. Fixing of horizontal and vertical controls. S.”Surveying & Levelling” Vols. Curves: Elements of simple curve. Pune. 5.R. Computations of sides of spherical triangles. Trigonometrical levelling. 4. Setting out works: Setting out Buildings. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.1. SURVEYING LABORATORY –II/SURVEY CAMP SEMESTER : 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO.” Surveying” Vols. I & II by Dr. Basak “Surveying & Levelling” Tata McGraw Hill. Study of Equipment : i) Ordinary Theodolites ii) E D M Theodolites iii) G T S Theodolites. I & II. tangential method. 6. 1&2.T. design and setting out of a simple curve. 2. 3.P. Accuracy.electronic methods of distance measurements.B.2002. Kanetkar.
methods for Physio –Chemical analysis of water . Pipe and pump design. Subtense Bar Method : Theory and Field work SURVEY CAMP TWO WEEK DURATION 1. filteration. CIV-404 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Water Quality : Water quality parameters . screens. clarification. Shifting of Horizontal and Vertical Controls 3. Methods and modes of Supply. WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Treatment Process: Design of various units i. Water softening. . Field work : i) Determination of Constants " K & C " ii) Stadia Traversing & recording stadia field book iii) Location of Details by Tacheometric Methods 4. types of pipes and joints. Patterns of distribution. Sources of supply Water Distribution : Distribution system. Limits and their Significance. Contouring : (i) Contouring of a Dam Reservoir/Railway line (ii) Preparing a contour plan by various methods (iii) Setting out of Contour lines of an appropriate site. 2. Setting out of works 4.e.using EDM/GTS Instruments. sedimentation units. (Basic Introduction) B) TACHEOMETRIC SURVEYING: 1. Triangulation : (i) Ordinary Methods (ii) On the basis of Global positioning system (GPS) 2. Temporary adjustments 3. National and Inter national standards Water Consumption: Consumption for various uses. Various loses in The pipe system. Population forecasting methods. Study of equipment and graduated staff. Setting out of Curves 5. dis infection processes. variation in demand and supply.
4. To determine the total solids. To determine the turbidity of a given sample of water 5. To determine the alkalinity of a given sample of water. Fluoride.N.Modi Water supply and sewerage by E Steel Water supply Engg. 7. suspended solids and dissolved solids for a given sample of water. recarbonation etc Sanitation: Sanitation of buildings . CIV-405 Engineering Geology L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 .Misc Treatments: Misc Treatment processes like aeration. 3. lighting. Iodide. Calcium. By Punmia Water supply and sanitary Engg by S K Hussain WATER QUALITY LABORATORY SEMESTER : 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO. To determine the total hardness and carbonate hardness for a given sample of water. chlorides. To determine the percentage of Sodium and Potassium in a given sample of water 9. 2. addition of flourides.silica and Aluminium in a given sample of water. ill effects of poor sanitation. To find out the colour and odour of a given sample of water 6. iodine. heating and ventilation of various types of buildings Recommended plumbing fixtures as per codes Public awareness programmes for Rural and Urban sanitation Role of a Civil Engineer in promoting sanitation awareness Books Recommended: Water supply Engineering by P. To determine the concentration of dissolved oxygen in a given sample of water and find out the oxygen consumed.Iron. To determine the percentage of sulphates. ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND MATERIALS SEMESTER 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO. To determine the percentage of Magnesium. CIV-404(P) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 1. To determine the percentage of Ammonia and Nitrogen present in a given sample of water. diseases associated with poor sanitation. 10. 8.
origin of soils. formation of rocks. Other materials Books Recommended: 1. MATHEMATICS-II SEMESTER : 4rd (CIVIL) L T P C . 2. properties and tests. seismic zones. New Age International (P) Ltd. dams. basic definitions. 2. bricks. Civil Engineering Material 3. types/field classification. Structural Geology. 2006 by Parbin Singh by Arthur Holmes by F. Determination of Dip and Strike with a Clinometer Compass. geological work of wind. Stones. building sites. their engineering properties. 5. Publishers. Engineering Geology 6. 2. geology and its relevance to civil engineering. bridges. G. decay and prevention. Determination of Specific Gravity by: (a) Jolly‟s Spring Balance (b) Walkers Steel Yard Balance (c) Beam Balance 3. seasoning. 4. Study of Rocks and their Characteristics 4. Physical Geology. Materials 1. Building Materials 2. Engineering Geology by Parbin Singh by Gurbachan Singh by Dutta by Duggal S. Engineering Geology. types and causes. Earthquakes. CIV-405(P) L 0 T 0 P 2/2 C 1 1. types. landslides 5. 4. The study of Physical Properties of Minerals. folds. Study and Sketching of various types of Geological Structures.. 3. Lime. unconformities. glaciers and seas. Timber. tiles and their uses. Building Materials 5. properties. faults. Building Material 4. K.1. Physical Geology 7. defects. classification and strength requirements. joints. 3. Bell GEOLOGY LABORATORY SEMESTER : 4th (CIVIL) COURSE NO. weathering of rocks. New Delhi. geological considerations in tunnels. distribution in the world. rivers. Petrology.
TECH.T. MTH-406 2 1 0 3 COMPLEX VARIABLES AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Complex Variables Analytic functions. codal provisions. Books Recommended 1. stress strain curves. By Kong and Evans. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by R. BOOKS RECOMMENDED Design of reinforced Concrete and Pre-stressed Concrete Structures. Calculation of deflection. 2001. 5TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES-I SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. residues and contour integration. IS specifications. 2. . Theory of functions of complex variables by E. Special Functions Legender‟s functions. anchorage and slipping of reinforcement.V. complex integration. Design of footings: Isolated footings only. characteristic strength. Design of singly and doubly reinforced sections: rectangular sections and T-sections. Taylor‟s and Laurent‟s expansions. by moment coefficients. Behavior of beams in shear and bond. eccentrically loaded columns. Complex variables and applications by R. Analysis and design of structures in flexure/torsion by limit state method. Design of columns: short and long columns. 3.COURSE NO. Copson. Cauchy‟s fundamental theorem. codal requirements.K. Oxford University Press. Churchill. Cauchy‟s integral formula. Cauchy Rieman equations. Narosa Publishing House. generating functions for Legender‟s polynomials and recurrence formulae and Bessel‟s functions of integral order. Design of one-way and two-slabs with and without corners held down. Cauchy‟s inequality and Liouville‟s theorem on integral function. Jain and S. ultimate load and limit state method of design.K. zeroes and poles of analytic functions. conformal mappings. bilinear transformation. shrinkage and creep phenomenon. Introduction to design. Serviceability limit state of deflection and cracking. Iyengar.R. CIV-501 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 Properties of concrete and reinforcing steel. design for shear. General design philosophies: working stress. Rodriguess formula. SYLLABUS B. Detailing of reinforcement as per codal provisions with reference to IS: 456.
C Structures Design of R.Design of Reinforced Concrete: Limit State Design. Jain. All the relevant tests for aggregates as per I. Tensile and Compressive strength To determine the tensile strength and compressive strength of Cement in accordance with IS code . Particle size distribution and fineness modulus To determine the particle size distribution and fineness modulous of coarse and fine aggregates (IS -460). Sinha Karve and Shah CONCRETE LABORATORY SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Flexural Strength of Concrete To determine the flexural strength (Modulus of Rupture) of concrete (Nominal Mix) Ultimate strength of Beams To determine the flexural ultimate strength of i) an under reinforced beam ii) an over reinforced beam Ultimate strength of columns To determine the ultimate load carrying capacity of a reinforced concrete colum. 6.S.C. C) CONCRETE: Workability test i)To determine the consistency of fresh concrete by slump test.C. ii)To determine the workability of freshly mixed concrete by the compaction factor test Compressive strength of Cement Concrete(Nominal mix) To determine the cube strength of concrete for different mixes and different W/C ratios. B) AGGREGATES: 1. Bond strength To determine the bond strength between . Design of R.K.C Structures By By By A.4031. codes. CIV-501(P) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 List of Experiments / Objective A) CEMENT: Standard Consistency and setting times To determine: i) Standard consistency ii) Initial setting time iii) Final setting time in conformity with IS code 4031.
CIV-502 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 INTRODUCTION: Soil and its formation . Types of soils. Index properties and classification of soils. laplace equation for steady state flow. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.laboratory compaction tests. SOIL HYDRAULICS. factors and determination in the lab/Field. Soil Mechanics by Geotechinical Engineering by by by Alam Singh D. penetration methods.Three phase soil model. Consolidation settlement. Consolidation test e log p curves. Soil Mechanics by 2. dependence of behaviour of clay on type of mineral. Steady state flow . Soil Mechanics by 7.flow nets. Permeability . Flow through soils. seepage force. various processes and agencies for formation. Minerals present in clay. Total and effective stresses . proctor compaction . compaction curve and control on field compaction. Stress distribution under concentrated load . Terzaghi‟s equation . Time required for settlement. Soil Mechanics by 5.i)Mild steel plain bars & concrete ii)(Tor Steel) cold twisted bars and concrete GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING-I SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Compaction.B. Soil Mechanics by 6.Taylor Terzaghi Terzaghi & Peck Witman & Lamb S. CLAY MINERALOGY. Darcy‟s Law. SOIL COMPRESSIBILITY.W.Saighal Jumikis Purushothama Raj . for homogeneous embankments with and without toe filters.pore water pressure STRESS DISTRIBUTION. Principles of soil Mechanics 3. electric resistivity method and Seismic method . EFFECTIVE STRESS. Westergard‟s and Boussineq‟s method. Theoretical Soil Mechanics 4.Geo physical methods electromagnetic method. Sub soil exploration . SOIL INVESTIGATION. One dimensional consolidation. Laboratory and Field Investigation .
Geotechinical Engineering by C. thickness considerations. 2. principles and significance of stone masonry. pad. partition walls. 4. CIV-502(P) L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1. effects. Simple drawing exercises on layouts of building services such as electrical. DPC. 3. 8. Determination of water content. Conduct of 1-dimensional consolidation Conduct of standard proctor compaction test. 7. 2. pile and pier foundation. sanitation etc. Determination of permeability by falling head and constant head method. plastering. types and suitability of foundations including strip. brief introduction to cavity walls. 5. bulk density and specific gravity Soil gradation by sieve analysis and hydrometer analysis. water supply and plumbing. size and different types including steel and aluminium. Venkatramaiah GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY-I SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. 3. Ventilators and Lintels: Location. raft. building uses of common types of stones. Masonry: Principles and significance of brick masonry. 7. types of stone masonry walls. full specifications for each component. 5. pointing. slabs and roofs. BUILDING DRAWING AND CONSTRUCTION SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. timbering for excavation of foundation. lintels.liquid and shrinkage limits. 4. . Standard Conventions in Drawing. CIV-502 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1. types of lintels and their construction details. Damp Proofing: Causes. Basic principles of planning and design in buildings. Rapid control Compaction test as per USBR. 6. 6. Doors. methods of damp-proofing. white washing. Windows. Drawing of plans. Consistency limits. terms used and types of brick bonds. parts of building likely to be affected most. Foundations: Principles of foundations. Walls: Different types. colour washing and distempering. Determination of plastic. elevations and sections giving construction details of important building components including foundation. materials of damp proofing. plinth.
11. peak flow.C. Drawing of R. Floors: Consideration for choice in ground and upper floors. M. Stairs and Staircases: Various types and materials. slabs & beams (including cantilevers). specific yield of aquifers. low flows. various types of floors and their suitability. Transpiration. methods of determining mean rainfall. Drawing of R. hyetographs. . movement of ground water. Hydrologic AbstractionsEvaporation. different roof coverings and details of rain proofing at top wall. Building Drawing Civil Engineering Drawing Civil Engineering Drawing Building Construction Properties of Concrete by by by by by M. CIV-504 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 HYDROLOGY: Scope and applications of hydrological cycle. requirements for hydrological design.Depression storage. 10. B. Interception. steady flow in a well for confined and unconfined. G. aquifers. 9.C. Roofs & Roof Coverings: Classification of roofs with special reference to pitched roofs.Drawing of typical doors. windows and ventilators. Flood Estimation Occurrence and distribution of floods Various methods of flood estimation viz. lifts and escalators. Precipitation-Measurement by rain gauges. Stream flow Factors affecting runoff.C. Unit hydrograph. velocity and discharge measurements. 3. 5. columns and footings. Infiltration. stair case. gauge networks. brief introduction to ramps. 2. Mc. 4.C. Darcey's law.Unit Hydrograph method. proportioning of staircases. Kay Sharma and Koul A. etc GROUND WATER: Occurrence and distribution of ground water. Rainfall-runoff relationships. Books Recommended: 1. Drawings of various timber roof trusses with joint details. Nevile WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.. safe yield of a basin.Rational method. flooring materials and their construction details 12. Shah Chakorobarty J.
Introduction :Basic concepts of CAD.H. London.. Single purpose and multipurpose development. Integrated River basin development. E.R. Mass curve technique. “Engineering Hydrology” Tata McGraw Hill. Bed and suspended load. Digital computer systems. Applications of CAD 3.J. H. 1999. Garde. New York. New Age International (P) Ltd. “Irrigation Water power and water Resources Engineering”.H. System and application software. R.K. “Applied Hydrology” McGraw Hill Book Company Inc. user friendly( Menu Driven) softwares. Linsely. Hardware.Kohler. International and interstate aspects of basin development. management commands. “Mechanics of sediment transportation and alluvial stream problems”. 5. 1994 7. 3. White's theory.Basic principles of water resources development policy. critical tractive force.. Publishers. 2005. “Hydrology Principles Analysis and Design” New Age International (P) Ltd Publishers. Arora. Subramanaya. 2002. Shield's plot. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.G.Kohler.FLUVIAL HYDRAULICS: Principles of sediment transport. 2. 2. Standard Publishers Distributors. New Delhi. storage capacity of Reservoirs. New York.. bed movement. CIV-505: E1 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1. Linsely. Management of storage devices Files and their management.2001. K. New Delhi. basic programming techniques. Economy resulting from integrated multipurpose development. A. English Language book Society/ Macmillam Education Ltd. 1975. 4. New Delhi. Einstein's Analysis. 6. Reservoir flood routing. sedimentation of reservoirs. number systems. Development of Algorythms. A.M. 1949.M. “Hydrology for Engineers” McGraw Hill Book Company Inc. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Ragunath. Delhi. and Paulhus L. “Engineering Hydrology” ELBS.K. Programming softwares :- . Rigid and loose boundaries. and Ranga Raju K. Introduction to CAD Softwares :Concept and examples of programming languages. RESERVOIR DESIGN STUDIES: Area-volume curves.types of reservoirs and zones of storage. K.. Wilson. Hardware for CAD Systems. WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT: Role of water in National development. and Paulhus L.
R.Beall .S. application to survey and other Civil Engineering related subjects. slope analysis. 5. If else statements.P.Suresh 2 . G.Balaguruswamy 4 . statements.. Stadd. Filter Designs. Construction Methods . Input and Output operators. Declaration of variables. Sedimentation Tank Design. CIV-505: E1 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 Project planning Techniques Network planning and Scheduling. design of columns. Retaining walls. For and Go To statements.. Design of Pipes . decision making alternatives.N. Data Types.K. Do statement. Applications in Civil Engineering :Application of CAD in various fields of Civil Engineering. scaffolding. their characteristics. Graphics packages etc Recommended Books : 1.Jain. Characters . Scaffolding.Shesha Prakash .Fuller CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Howard M.Programming in C-----------E.Suri 5. Library functions and header files. 4. While statement and loops. mixers. Autocad Fundamentals------Micheal E. Shoring and Underpinning There Types and application to Building process. Switch statements. Computerized network Techniques Form Work. sub routines etc. Autocad. Constants and Variables. Application of the programming language using examples for all statements.Computer Applications-----Gautam Roy 3 .Application of C/Fortran language.Fortran77/90------------------R. Formation of Computer aided programmes for design of simply supported beams carrying udl and point loads. hoists. Arrays and their types. performance and applications to building process BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.e. AutoCivil. conveyors vibrators. resource leveling and allocation with examples using Critical Path Method. relational and logical operators Main. Stadd pro. Include and Define functions.. shuttering etc. Steel: Fabrication and erection techniques Construction equipments such as cranes.Computer Aided Design ---M. CAD packages for Civil Engineers :Introduction to Menu Driven softwares i.
horizontal and vertical development. Genaral aspects of Architectural projects. TOWN PLANNING: INTRODUCTION: Planning at various levels.environmental controls. analytical study of various works/ projects of some architects like LE Corbusier . space standards .M.both exterior and interior . F. physical and economical constraints with reference to residential and public buildings. building bye-laws . CIV-506: E2 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 ARCHITECTURE: 1. organization of space .national . Building science .L. Contemporary Architecture . 3. Arora & S. Bindra 3 Project Management by B. Phillip Jhonson . concept of Redburn neighbourhood pattern. HISTORY: Brief historic review of some ancient towns . L. city and village. preparation and reading of Architectural plans . present day planning in India. The practice of construction Management by Barry Fayer ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN PLANNING SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.P.ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING AND DESIGN: Introduction .FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS: Analytical study of buildings in respect of functional efficiency . Building Construction by S. P. 3. Classical Architecture . Wright . INTRODUCTION: Architecture and Civil Engineering. implementation . MASTER PLAN: Importance of master plan for redevelopment of existing townsand planning of new towns .Plant and Equipment by R . factors affecting Architectural design. Naik 4. 2. . principles of Architectural design . modular co-ordination. etc. regional . Purifoy 2. Architectural efficiency . GROWTH OF TOWNS: Origin and growth of towns . ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND PROJECTS: Introduction to Architectural plans .
. CIV-506: E2 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1. Centre of pressure. Introduction to Seismic Hazard and Earthquake Phenomenon. Weidhaas Introduction to Architecture by V. SEISMOLOGY SEMESTER : 5TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Engineering Seismology (Definitions). Geographic Distribution of Earthquakes. Codes and Public Policy. streem lines.density . Mechanism of Faulting. Seismotectonics and Seismic Zoning of India. streak lines and path lines. COURSE OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENT (ELECTRICAL) HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES SEMESTER : 5TH (ELECTRICAL) COURSE NO. 5. KINEMATICS OF FLUID FLOW : Types of flows. 4. pressure. Pressure on plain and curved surfaces. CIV-507 L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 INTRODUCTION Physical Properties of Fluids. Moudgil New Concepts in Architecture and Design by Yoshikawa Reading Architectural Plans by Ernest R. Vaidya. 6. FLUID STATICS: Pressure Intensity. 8. 2. 7. continuity equation. 3. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: Architectural Design by K.R. Earthquake: Social Consequences.ZONING: Zoning regulations for various urban land uses including density and height zoning . multi-story buildings and their implications on urban planning. Pascal's law. Earthquake Prediction Earthquake Monitoring and Seismic Instrumentation. Town Planning by Rangawala.B. Manometers. Microzonation. Seismology. Earthquake: Risk and Preparedness. Town Design by Fredrick Gibberd.height relationships.
“Fluid Mechanics”. unit quantities and specific speed. governing of turbines. and Bedford. Streter. shape factor and moment of resistance.. flow measurement. 3. Orifice meter. Manning's formula. Wylie. Economic Section. reciprocating pumps.description and principles of impulse and reaction turbines .DYNAMICS OF FLUID FLOW: Euler's equation of motion along a stream line and its integration to yield Bernoulli's equation. CIV-601 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 (A) Elements of Plastic Analysis of beams and frames: Plastic section modulus. Kumar. 1998. HYDRAULIC MACHINES: Types of turbines .K. Darcey-weisbachh formula. Weirs and Notches. K. Transmission of power through pipes. SYLLABUS B. Design of pipes.L. runaway speed . specific speed . combination of individual mechanisms for frames. FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS: Chezy's formula. New Delhi. Design of Channels. (B) Steel Structures . 6TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) DESIGN OF STRUCTURES-II SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. E.W. slection of turbines . D. FLOW THROUGH PIPES: Hydraulic grade line. S. 2001. V. Mechanism method and statical method of analysis.Centrifugal pumps .B. pitot tube. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.TECH. Equivalent diameter of pipes. Orifices. Kataria & Sons Publishers. prandtl tube. power requirement. Garde 2.S. New York. LAYOUT OF POWER HOUSE: General layout and arrangement of Hydropower units.turbine characteristics .J. Engineering Fluid Mechanics by R. “Fluid Mechanics” McGraw Hill . Venturimeter.
(2). SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Design of flexural member: steel beams.structural steels and their properties. Reference: design of steel structure ( Vol. Design of truss members and purlins. Triaxial compression test under different Drainage conditions . (4). splices. viz undrained .S. Analysis of two hinged arch. . Duggal Vizrani and Ratwani STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB. I-II) Design of Steel Structures Design of Steel Structures Design of Steel Structures By By By By Ramahandra Arya and Ajmani. (C ) Timber structures: Structural timbers and their properties. Mohr‟s Coulumb equation. Working stress and plastic design concepts. Design of members subjected to combined axial and flexural forces. Introduction to I. Laboratory determination. codes on timber design. Deflection of Truss. Riveted. (5). (7). Strength envelope. (3). GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING-II SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Analysis of a redundant joint. Unconfined compression test. CIV-601(P) L 0 T 0 P 2/2 C 1 (1). Analysis of an elastically coupled beam. Design of tension members. drained and consolidated . Steel roof truss: evaluation of gravity and wind loads on roof trusses. Design of members in tension. compression and flexure. Design of column bases and grillage foundation. direct shear test . Behaviour of a cantilever beam under symmetrical and un-symmetrical loading. built-up sections. CIV-602 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 SHEAR STRENGTH: shear strength concept. Bolted and nailed joints. Deflection of curved beams. Buckling phenomenon of compression members. bolted and welded connections. (6). Behaviour of a portal frame under different load combinations.
Prandtl‟s solution . Design principles for footing and rafts.types and applications . Lateral earth pressure under various conditions .BEARING CAPACITY AND FOUNDATIONS: Basic definitions and methods of determination. Steady seepage case. geo-reinforcement STABILITY OF SLOPES: Infinite slopes. Effects of rigidity of footings. stability number Swedish and Friction circle methods . Pile foundation types . pile groups efficiency of pile groups. CIV-602(P) L 0 T 0 P 2/2 C 1 1. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. SOIL DYNAMICS: Dynamic behavior of soils and its impact on Foundation Design. classifications and determination of load carrying capacity . dynamic and static methods. bearing capacity of shallow foundations.Taylor Terzaghi Terzaghi & Peek Witman & Lamb S. STABILISATION: methods of stabilization .W. Soil Mechanics 7. Pile load test.B. Tension Cracks and bracing of excavations. conjugate stresses. Soil Mechanics Principles of Soil Mechanics Theoretical Soil Mechanics 4. Importance and types of foundations. Conduct of Plate load test (exposure only) . Soil Mechanics by by by by by by by Alam Singh D. Conduct and determination of sheer parameters. Size effects . EARTH PRESSURE: Lateral earth pressure. Direct Shear test. Submergence case. Soil Mechanics 6. Soil Mechanics 5.Saighal Jumikis GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY-II SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. like surcharge . FOUNDATION DESIGN: Basic terminology . Brief introduction to each of the methods of stabilization such as shortcreting. Foundations on clays and sands Foundations . complete draw down case. Terzaghi‟s solution for ultimate bearing capacity. sloping backfill and high water table behind the wall. Triaxial compression test (UU) and vane shear test. Earth pressure diagrams . total thrust. Rankine‟s theory Active and Pasive States. Shear Strength tests: Unconfined compression test. Plate load test. 2.
Conduct of S P T (Exposure only) 4. CIV-603 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 HIGHWAY ENGINEERING: 1. C. 7. Traffic signs and signals.3. 3. Highway drainage. Waterway calculations. stresses due to load and temperature in rigid pavements.GEOMETRIC DESIGN: Cross-section elements. HILL ROADS: Problems of alignment. Base course and construction of various types of surface covers. . Traffic intersections.Traffic Studies. Highway lighting. HIGHWAY MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION: Properties and tests for road aggregates and bituminous materials. Design criteria for Bridge Foundations.Site Selection.INTRODUCTION: History. Various Types of Bridges. 2. 4. 3. IRC Code of practice for bridges.PAVEMENT DESIGN: Factors affecting Pavement Design. 5. 2. Discussion of superstructure for some important types of permanent big bridges. Gradients. TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Traffic Characteristics.and group Index) and Burmister's Layer Theory. Sub-soil exploration by electric resistivity method (Exposure only). Introduction to design methods of rigid pavements. 6.R. geometrics and drainage in hill roads.B. HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Joints in cement concrete roads. Design of Bituminous concrete mix. 4. BRIDGES: 1.g. Sight Distance. classification of roads.ALIGNMENT DESIGN: Highway Location: Route Surveys.Horizontal and vertical alignment. method for flexible pavement design. Methods of preparing subgrade. Types of Pavement Empirical methods (e.Comparison with other modes of transportation.
Crushing. Abrasion.1990. G.” Bridge Engineering”. sediment characteristics viz.BOOKS RECOMMENDED Victor. CIV-603(P) L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 1. “ Highway Engineering”. Flakiness. Khanna. Dhanpat Rai and Sons .Gravity. Suspended load transport. New Delhi. New Delhi.. TESTS ON SUBGRADE: Sub-grade Modulous. silt content. total load transport including total load transport equations.. shape. New Delhi. and Justo.P. Impact. 1999. suspended load profile. Rao. New Delhi.E. CBR. CIV-604:E1 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Introduction to sediment transport. Chand and Company (P) Ltd. 3. silica content. TESTS ON BITUMEN: Viscosity. Tata McGraw Hill. Ponnuswamy. SEDIMENT TRANSPORT SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. “ Principles and Practice of Bridge Engineering”. suspended load equations. S. Roorkee. S.J. Penetration. etc. flash & Fire point. . S. Regimes of flow (Bed forms). Incipient motion and quantitative approach to incipient motion. Various approaches for bed load transport. Alkalinity 2. fall velocity. softening point. Fineness modulus. stable channel design with critical tractive force theory.mechanism of suspension. 1996.K.V. New Delhi. Nem Chand Brothers. S. size. Sp. Oxford and IBH Publishers. 2002. “Highway Engineering”. HIGHWAY LABORATORY SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. “Essentials of Bridge Engineering”. diffusion considerations. 2003.. Resistance to flow. Incipient suspension. Tata McGraw Hill.G. Shape. K.L. Soundness. D. Bindra.2003. Bhanot. ”Principles of Transportation and Highway Engineering”. C. TESTS ON AGGREGATE: Aggregate grading.
effects of disposal on land and in water bodies. and Ranga Raju K.. 2nd ed. habitat and eco systems 2 Environmental pollution: Sources of pollution to Land. Sediment transport theory and Practice.J. Graf. Nature and types of sewages. M.J.( Domestic. Yalin. Loose boundary hydraulics. Prevention for ground water contamination 5 Solid Waste management| Solid waste problems. Mechanics of Sediment Transport.T. McGraw-Hill. Water and Air.(1994).(1976). (1977). soakages for isolated systems. co existence. constituents of solid waste. A. (1971). Pergamon Press. New York.G. 2nd edition. Compositing. CIV-604:E1 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 1 Environment and its importance: Importance of clean Environment. R. New York. McGraw-Hill. Publishers. C. Raudkivi. grit removal etc. Sedimentation (Septic and Imhoff tanks). Industrial etc) Calculation of storm water and sewage. General effects of pollution Pollution by sewage. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Yang. W. measurement of air pollution. Self purification of streams.Pergamon Press. Mechanics of sediment transportation and alluvial stream problems. New Delhi.S. Engineering measures to check air pollution. Sewers for disposal and their design Types of sewers 4 Unit operations in sewage treatment: Screening. New Age International (P) Ltd. Sewage filteration.Books Recommended: Garde. (1996). Incineration 6 Air pollution:Air quality standards. New York. BOD calculations. Case studies relating to the topic Books recommended : . Sanitary land filling. Hydraulics of sediment transport..H. factors responsible for pollution. Activated sludge process. 3 Sewage disposal :Methods of sewage disposal.
Low Cost Technology.Suresh . Irrigation. Management. Status of Watershed Development in India. Crop Husbandry. Rainwater Management. Ocean Tides and Waves. 2.Land: Survey(layout). 6. Conjunctive Use. Horticulture. 4. Biomass.Biomass. Reclamation of saline soils.Greenery: Agriculture. 7. Watershed Concepts. Pastures and Silvipastures. Sustainable Agriculture.Energy: Renewable Resources. By B C Punmia Waste water treatment by P. Integrated Water Resources Management.Appropriate Technology: Farm Equipment. 5.Environmental Engineering and management by Suresh K Dhameja Environmental Engg.V. Rural Technological Delivery Systems. CIV-605:E2 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 1 Introduction: Importance of Water Shed Development for improvement in Environment.S. Afforestation.N.Socioeconomics: Peoples‟part.modi WATERSHED MANAGEMENT SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Sustainable Society. Water Catchment and Harvesting.Water: Data and Analysis. Dryland Agriculture. Social Forestry. Check Dams.( A Design Approach) by Sincero and Sincero Water supply and sanitary Engg. Economics. Watershed Hydrology by R. Soil and Soil Moisture Conservation. Murty Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering by Ganshyam Das. Books recommended : Watershed Management by J. 3. State and Integrated Approach. Contour Methods.
Matrix & Finite Element Displacement Analysis of Structures: D.J. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD: Introduction to Finite Element Method of Structural Analysis. Formulation of Element Stiffness Matrix for One Dimensional Bar & Beam Element. Review of Principle of Virtual Work.Hill International Edition) 4. West( John Wiley & Sons) 2. CIV-605:E2 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 MATRIX METHODS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS: Introduction to Matrix Stiffness & Flexibility Methods. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures : Gere & Weaver( CBS Publishers & Distributors) 3. Intermediate Structural Analysis : C. Formulation of Stiffness Matrix for Simple Planar Elements – Trusses & Beams. Plane Stress & Plane Strain Problems. Soil Structure and Soil Horizons .physical aspect and chemical weathering (reactions involved in general). Cook 5.Dawe SOIL CHEMISTRY SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Application of Matrix Displacement Method to Rigid Jointed Frames. Application to Bar Elements with varying Area of Cross-section and Beams with varying Moment of Inertia.Wang ( Mcgraw. Analysis of Planar Trusses and Beams using Direct Stiffness Method. sediments and clays. CHE-ELE:E2 2 L 2 T 0 P 4 C Introduction to Geo-sphere and soil Major mineral groups in earth‟s crust. Use of higher Order Elements.K. REFRENCES: 1. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis : Harry H. Concepts & Applications of Finite Element Analysis : Robert D. Geochemistry in relation with Environment Weathering.
glare/ disability (veiling). Soil Solutions Acid –base and ion exchange reactions in soils. G. N.E. Environmental Chemistry by S. infiltration earth air tunnel. Bansal. H. humus. drying . PHY-ELE:E2 2 L 2 T 0 P 4 C Passive Solar Heating and cooling Classification and comparison of passive systems. heating load calculations. and Munke. cost analysis. thermal mass rules of thumb. infiltration.diffusing and non-diffusing direct gain systems.K. common fertilizers. shading devices. evaporative cooling. 8. indirect gain system. physiological and intermediate. determination of moisture content and pH value. Hesse. G. (1980). and storage of samples. Direct gain systems. Ralph. 13. Vogel‟s Quantitative inorganic analysis. Passive solar heating design. and A.Reid Publishing Company.R. References 10. Applied Science Publishres Ltd. 9. M. (2002). Preparation of soil samples for analysis Reception at the laboratory. attached/isolated sunspace (Greenhouse/ Solarium). Solar energy fundamental. Lebens. D. S. design modeling and applications. in soil. orientation and tilt of the collecting surface. Passive Solar Design tools and logic Climate. 7.(1985). (1994). Solar thermal energy storage. 11.. Passive Building Design. .K. calculating solar gains. inorganic components of soil. Elsevier Science B. N.physical. fabric losses. Singh and G. grinding and sieving. system efficiency. Manhan. factors influencing thermal comfort.P.V. glare and discomfort (contrast) glare. Books Recommended 6. Soil Engineering Theory and Practice Vol. Narosa Publishing House.N.Water and air in soil . etc. I & II by A. air vent. Hauser. Chowdhary. production of mineral acids. roof pond. SOLAR ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. 12. Tromb-Michel wall.P. various thermal cooling concepts.C. the site and its microclimate.K. Tiwari..P. window improvement for solar collection. Garg. organic matter and major organic compounds in soil. Bhargawa. G.. thermosyphon systems. adjustment of soil acidity (pH). Macronutrients and micronutrients in soil. A text book of Soil chemical analysis by R. Mullick.
International cooperation . Indian Institute of Insurance and Risk Management. community response. 1996. S. Hospitals. accessibility networks. London.Y. Bridges. CIV-606:E3 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 Types of Disaster Natural. location of safety shelters.The future of Business protectioninternational seminar proceedings. (1975). Global network. creeping – Technological Disasters and their interaction. insurance. New York. “ Disaster Mitigation: A Community”. relative importance of various relief . Government and nonGovernment assistance. Solar energy and building. 2. Chennai. NGOs. McGraw Hill Company. Industrial structures. warning system.14. Ghat roads. 16. N. business community. effective use of relief. Universities. 1996. final cost benefit analysis of relief. (1977). 3. Olgay. B.short term and long term effects. (1963). Anderson. Training for Disaster Reduction Role of Government. Zonning and Planning Hazard evaluation and zonation mapping. peculiarities of various types of disasters. Southern Chapter. magnitude of disasters. fundamentals and buiding design. Disaster reduction for sustainable development. Design with climate. sharing of technology and technical expertise for coping with major calamities. postdisaster assessment. population centres. Stop Disasters. 15. The Architectural Press. Princeton University Press. Rescue routes. Environmental impact. Princeton. Economic Aspects and Releif Assessment of damages. Embankments. Safety Rating of Structures Dams. V. Andrew Maskray. evacuation feasibility. DISASTER MANAGEMENT SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Risk Management and Liberalisation. Solar energy.The IDNDR magazine. Books Recommended 1. Use of internet. instantaneous. Risk assessment. GENERAL MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS . pre-disaster planning. Szokolay.J. vulnerable communities. transportation.
Strategy Elements of strategy. SYLLABUS B. Competitiveness: Quality and Innovations Importance and fundamentals of quality. Business Market Management by James C. digital focus of modern management. process of strategy formulations. Certo. achieving quality. Principles of Management by George Terry. Innovations and creativity. A. Management by Stoner. Narus. universality of management. How society can help business meet its socialobjectives. Books Recommended Modern Management by Sameul C. quality through strategic planning. 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS . TQM. tools and techniques of strategy formulations. Organisational Changes and Stress Definition of change and stress. risks and workforce in multinational organizations. fundamentals of changing an organization. importance of studying stress. Modern Management Challenges Corporate social responsibility and management functions.SEMESTER : 6TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. factors to consider when changing an organization. encouraging creativity in organization. Naderson & James. digital dimension and traditional management functions. HSS-ELE:E2 2 L 2 T 0 P 0 C 4 Introduction to Modern Management Role of management. acutance and acquisitions. Managing in a Global Area Managing across the globe – why? Domestic versus multinational organizations. Management by Kroonis and O‟Donnell.TECH. managing stress in organization. complexities of managing the multinational corporations. Engineering Management by Fraidoon Mazda.
approximate.B. and General type of loading. material schedule & rate schedule.work. free vibrations and forced vibrations: Harmonic force.C. Plinth area estimate. CIV-702 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 1. R. Analysis of rates. in foundation. wood work in frames. earthwork in canal and road. Impulse. Steel work for reinforcement. R.C.P. steel work in trusses. codal provisions for earthquake resistant design. wood work. shutters etc. detailed estimate. numerical techniques for finding natural frequencies and mode shapes. earth work in road.work. supplementary estimate. Labour schedule.C. CIV-701 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 Nature of dynamic loading: Harmonic. . Refrences: Dynamics of Structures Dynamics of Structures Structural Dynamics Dynamics of Structures By By By By Anil K. pointing. L. Items of a work and their units. D. white washing.B. stone masonary. Wood work in doors. SPECIFICATIONS: General specifications and detailed specifications. specifications for earth work in foundation. Single degree of freedom systems. L. ANALYSIS OF RATES: Preparing analysis of rates.P. Brickwork in foundation in super structure. . Brick work. D. colour washing. Design of buildings (Plane frames only) based on Codal provisions. 3.C.Work. Evaluation of dynamic response by mode superposition method. earth work in foundation. Discussion on Indian standards. windows etc. 2. preliminary. centering and shuttering. revised estimate. Abstract estimate. Multi-degree of freedom systems. ESTIMATE: Importance. Types of estimates. Book of specifications.C.C. work. viz. Chopra Clough and Penzien Mario Paz J. bill of quantities and abstract of cost. painting.of lime concrete in foundation. Plastering. earthquake and blast loading. Rayleighs Principal and its application for determination of fundamental frequency.SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. R. Periodic force. orthogonality relationships of principal modes. R.C. Humour QUANTITY SURVEYING AND COST EVALUATION SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.
Feasibility reports compound interest factors.4. 6. Electrification.INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING CODES: Sanitary fitting. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Selection of most economical alternative by variable cost method. Five Year Plans. estimate of a R. 5. 5.C. objectives & Functions. 4. R. Slab. 7.C. Engineering economics of projects. Organization of Civil Engineering works. Public Demand of works. in-built furniture. CIV-703 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 1. . Function of protect organization. methods of estimating earth work. Agricultural Production. 6. Hand Book of Civil Engineering by Khanna 3. Principles and advantages of good organization. Duties of resident engineer. Engineers. estimate of a masonary tank. WORKS ESTIMATE: Estimates of building. Budgetting. estimate of roof trusses (wooden/steel) Estimate of a single roomed building. Estimating and Costing by Mahajan CIVIL ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. plinth area requirement. Role of Architects. Estimate of masonary platform. Cost benefit ratio. estimate of a two roomed building with C. estimate of a shop.C. Estimating and Costing by Datta 2. contractors and clients. methods of building estimate. materials for different items of work and labour. Longwall-shortwall and centreline methods. its necessity. Estimates of walls. Construction Management. Consultants. 2.VALUATION & RENT FIXATION: Valuation of building-various methods. beam. Hazard safety measures in high rise buildings.C. estimate of a metalled road. Rent fixation. Corporations. Financing of Civil Engineering works. Industrial development. Works accounting.G. ESTIMATE OF ROAD: Methods of estimating.I roof over wooden trusses and over steel truss.
Debit & Credit notes.C. the problem of foreign exchange and implications of currency devaluation. Works Management by Maheshverma. scheduling. Money Banking and Trade: Nature and functions of money. traffic engineering and issues today Public Transportation Public transport modes.C Bridges: T-Beam only. 7. store accounts.the transportation system. Books Recommended Civil Engineering Management by O. Design of steel bridges: Plate Girder Bridge and Trussed Bridges subjected to Standard IRC loading (Class-B. Class-AA and Class-70R).Form of agreement. Commercial and Central banking. TRANSPORTAION AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SEMESTER: 7th (CIVIL) COURSE No: CIV-711 L 2 T 2 P 0 C 4 Introduction Introduction to transportation and traffic engineering. Design of R. stop location. Engineering contracts. contractors bills. capacity of transit systems. route development. Design of foot bridges and culverts. Design of Bridge Slabs subjected to IRC loading. socially optimal pricing . transit system operations. suspense head. Reference: Design of Bridges Design of Steel Structures design of Bridges Design of Bridges By By By By John Victor Vizrani and Ratwani Krishna Raju Rakshit. Wakhloo.Cashbook. standard loads on Bridges. study of transportation system. STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF BRIDGES SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Material at site account. desirable characteristics of public transport systems.N. stopping policy.. Imprest cash. Invoice. stock. Comparative statements. Indent. Class-A. CIV-711: E1 2 L 2 T 0 P 4 C Introduction to Bridges: types of Bridges.
basic principles. freight transport-trends and economic growth Transport Economics and Finance Pavement economics. transportation and land use. travel demand analysis. Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd.. Rao ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT COURSE SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.parking demand. Khanna Publishers.requirement & design. net present value (NPV) method.vehicle characteristics. parking facilities. accident costs References: 1. Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering by CA O‟Flaherty. New Delhi-110001 2.construction cost. signal coordination. traffic flow theory-flow parameters. V. benefit-cost (B/C) ratio method. off-street parking.role and types Traffic Impact & Road Safety Impact studies. accident investigation and reduction. road capacity and level of service concept Design of Traffic Facilities Intersections. Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd. John Wiley & Sons.traffic accident terminology. CIV-711: E1 2 L 2 T 0 P 4 C . on-street parking. accident prevention. New Delhi-110001 3. road safety. fundamental relation of traffic flow. economic evaluation of highway projects. signal timing design. Transportation Engineering and Planning by Papacostas & Prevedouros. time value of money. Traffic signs. internal rate of return (IRR) method. transport planning strategies. operational transportation and land use models. New Delhi-110001 5. Principles and Practices of Highway Engineering by Kadiyali & Lal. Inc. Highway Engineering and Transportation by G. maintenance cost and vehicle operation cost.Transport Analysis and Forecasting Transport planning process.air pollution and mathematical models. road characteristics & traffic-control devices. New York. Principles of Transportation Engineering by Chakarborty & Das. costs and benefits. comparison of evaluation techniques Traffic Engineering Components of traffic system. Delhi-6 6. transport planning models. interchanges. human characteristics. Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd. Traffic Engineering by McShane & Roess. Toronto 4.unsignalized intersections. signalized intersections. noise pollution and mathematical models. energy consumption. channelization and roundabouts.
Market survey and analysis. 5.T. Project Scheduling. 6. self assessment and goal setting. Few Selected Handouts. Relevance and benefits of Small Scale Industry. Consumer behaviour.Sources of information (whom to contact for what and where). Entrepreneurial Development . who am I ? Business exercise ring toss game etc.P. Warangal. 2. Financial Ratios. Market feedback. Risks and Rewards in entrepreneurship. Motivation and behaviour (TAT. Sources of Finance for Industry. cost benefit analysis and breakeven analysis). HUMAN ENGINEERING (THEORY & LAB): Entrepreneur and society. Saravanavel 3. Predictions and Forecasts. Characteristics of an entrepreneur. Financial viability. strategies and assistance to small industry. Payment of Wages Act 1936. CIV-712: E2 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C Earth Retaining Structures . subsidies and concessions for Industry. PROJECT PLANNING: Identification of opportunities. Workman Compensation Act 1923.EDII. Marketing arrangements. Project planning and Entrepreneurship Development . procedures and formalities for setting up of new industry. What is entrepreneurship? Need and scope of Entrepreneurship. 3. MARKETING: Components of Marketing Management. Market survey. INDUSTRIAL LAWS: The Factories Act 1948.EDC. PROJECT REPORT: Preparation of a Detailed Project Report. INTRODUCTION: Objective of the Course. REC. Ahamedabad 2. Techno-Economic feasibility studies and economic analysis (Pay back period. Projections. understanding human behaviour (Maslow's hierarchy of needs).R. Handbook for New Entrepreneurs .). Assessment of Fixed and Working capital requirements.1. Return on investment. SETTING UP AN INDUSTRY : Forms of business organisations /ownership-their merits and demerits. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. 7. Minimum Wages Act. Achievement. Incentives. Banga 4. Industrial development agencies and their functions state & National level institutions for small scale industry (General set up). Formation of a company. Attitude towards work. 4. ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.
Drought Estimation Drought severity assessment. envelope curve method. etc.empirical methods. Hydrology. urban catchment and influence of urban drainage. Coping with drought. Flood Control and Management Detailed study of various methods of flood control. (1995). Water Resources Publications. Drought Classification Importance. . CIV-712: E2 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Flood Estimation Estimation of design flood. Ground improvement by stone column and preconsolidation. direct and indirect losses. R. FLOOD AND DROUGHT ESTIMATION AND MANAGEMENT SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. 3. drought prone areas programme (DPAP). Ven Te Chow. Foundation Engineering by Bowels 4. 4. 2. David. Environmental Geotechniques Landfills. Foundation Engineering by Teng. Analysis and design of raft footings and pile foundations. Applied Hydrology. 2. flood estimation in small watersheds. Prentice Hall of India. (1977). Mays. Elementary Hydrology. flood disaster monitoring and mitigation procedures. W. Earth Retaining Structures by Shamsher Prakash. various methods of forecasting data. hydrological and agricultural aspects. Seepage through anisotropic soils. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Yevjevich.Analysis and design by various methods. Singh.M. Lary. short term and long-term strategies. clay-liners. Design Aids in Geotechnical Engineering by KaniRaj. (1994). Vijay P. Books Recommended 1. drought management. unit hydrograph method. methods in meteorological. communication and warning. Drought Monitoring Supply and demand oriented measures. 3. Books Recommended 1. Maidment. Ragunath (1996). definition-NCA classification. H. flood fighting.flood plain identification. McGraw Hill Publications.
Positive definite and Negative Definite.I. 7. Application of Linear programming to Industrial Problems. etal (1995). Mc Graw Hill. Principles of Operations Research: with Application to Management Decisions.Formulation of Linear programming problem. concepts of hydrometeorology. PRECIPITATION: Selection of precipitation networks. DAD Analysis. CIV-713: E3 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C INTRODUCTION: Historical development. USA. Drought Research needs. Method of Lagrange multipliers. 1. Non-Linear programming. Operations research An Introduction. Water resources Publications . by H. Ven Te Chow. by D.Boigtler Prentice Hall (1977).Taha. Deptharea frequency curve. Longmans (London) Foundations of Optimization. 3. Macmillan. Colorado State University. Transportation and Assignment problem. Duality in Linear Programming.5. Simplex Method. etal. APPLIED HYDROLOGY SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. 5. Prentice-Hall Linear Programming by Hadley. Yevjevich. Illustrations of some civil Engineering problems. BOOKS RECOMMENDED Linear Programming by S. Hessian Matrix. Two Phase Simplex Method. 4. Handbook of Applied Hydrology.Concept of probable maximum precipitation and effective rainfall.M. Adison Wesley Non Linear and Dynamic Programming by G.Vajda.Wilde and C.Wagner. Graphical solution of L. Storm selection.quadratic form. 6. (1977). by Hamidi A. EVAPORATION AND EVAPO-TRANSPIRATION: .Hadley. Wolfe's method of solving Quadratic Programming problem. Gass. 2. 6.P. OPTIMIZATION IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Addison Wasley Theory of Linear and Non-Linear Programming by S.I.P. McGraw Hill Publications. MTH-712: E2 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C Linear programming . Theory of Convex sets. Storm analysis.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED Chow. and Paulhus L. London. S-curve hydrograph. Copyright by Thomas Y. (1995). R. Linsely.” Handbook of Applied Hydrology”. McGraw Hill Publications.K. Harper and Row Publishers. Singapore. Viessmann. New York.. RUNOFF: Determination of available flow. 1975.H. “Applied Hydrology” McGraw Hill Book Company Inc. Warren. elementary idea of conceptual models.. In 1989. 3rd Ed. Soil Investigation & Classification ...”Elementary Hydrology”. Linsely. Singh. Synthetic unitgraphs. IUH and its determination.H. A.” Introduction to Hydrology” IEP: A Dun-Donnelley Publisher. Maidment. Wilson.M. flood frequency analysis.P. New York. New York.. Crowell Company Inc.Kohler. Ven Te. Ltd. INFILTRATION: Factors affecting measurement.transpiration. New Delhi. and Paulhus L. 2nd eEd. infiltration indices. E.K. New York... “Hydrology for Engineers” McGraw Hill Book Company Inc. REGRESSION AND CORRELATION: Elementary treatment with two variables and application to hydrologic problems. EXTREME FLOWS: Estimation of design flood. David. Pvt. V. Chow Ven Te.1994. infiltration capacity by hydrograph analysis. 1949. 1977. CIV-713: E3 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C PART-I : INTRODUCTION Soil Types.Mays Lary W. analysis of droughts.. McGraw Hill Book Company.Measurement. English Language book Society/ Macmillam Education Ltd. etal. 1999. evaporation reduction. Prentice Hall of India. “Applied Hydrology”. derivation of unitgraph from complex storm hydrograph. factors affecting evaporation and evapo.1964. “Engineering Hydrology” ELBS.Kohler. factors affecting droughts. A. GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.
Dewatering Systems. 18. Foundations & Sensitive Soils. Lime. Principles of Soil Densification. Strength & Behaviour of Frozen Ground. CaC L2. Feasibility and Desirabilit y of Ground Improvement Techniques Current & Future Developments : Ground Improvement Techniques Mechanical Modification Introduction to Mechanical Modification. Recommended Books: Methods of Treatment of Unstable Ground 1975 Engineering Principles of GroundModification Engineering Treatment of Soi ls Geos ynthetics for Soil Improvement New York : Belt – Butterworths.. Ca(OH)2. Soil Confinement by Formwork. G : ASCE.NaCL. Specification of Compaction Requirements. Modification by Exclusion Techniques Sheet Piles. NaOH etc. Soil Nailing. Bitumen. Modification By Inclusions & Confinement Evolution of Soil Reinforcement. Soil -Water Relationships. Pre -loading & Vertical Drains. Types of Compaction Equipment Hydraulic Modification Objectives & Techniques. Thermal Modification Thermal Properties of Soils. Heat Treatment of Soils. PART –II Ground Modification/Stabilization Need for Engineered Ground Improvement Classification of Ground Improvement Techniques Suitabilit y. Ground Freezing. H. Drainage of Slopes. Compaction Control. R. Admixtures in Pavement Design. Applications of Geosynthetics Material in Civil Engineering. GST No. CaSO4. Slurry Trenches. . Contiguous Bored Piles. Diaphragm Walls. Single & Multiple -Well Formulas. Fl y ash. Properties of Compacted Soil. Soil Anchors. Cement -LimeFl y ash. Compressed Air. : Bell. F.Applications to Embankments. Electrokinetic Dewatering & Stabilization Chemical Modification/Stabilization Effect of various admixtures on Engineering Properties of Soils such as: Cement. Grouting. Filtration & Seepage Control. Other chemical additives such as . : Manfired.
Types of Portland cement Normal aggregates and their properties Fresh Concrete and its properties Strength of Concrete: Water/Cement Ratio. Shrinkage and Creep of Concrete. New Delhi. “Concrete Technology”. O. handling . BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. A.L.Gel/Space Ratio. “Concrete Technology”.J. Grouting Theory & Practice Soil Stabilization Metcalf. and Brookes.Lift and sprinkler irrigation. 2004. .M. Advantages of irrigation. J. M. Shetty. : Nonveiller. Mix Design : IS Method Special Concretes.1994. Influence of Temperature on Strength of Concrete and Bond between concrete and Reinforcement.New Delhi. J. Gambhir. E : Ingles. Pearson Publishers. SYLLABUS B. 3. 1995.S. B. S.Chand & Company. “Properties of Concrete” Pearson Publishers.New Delhi. Neville. Elasticity. Mixing. Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi. “Concrete Technology”. brief description of Gravity. A. CIV-801 2 L 2 T 0 P 4 C INTRODUCTION: Present status of irrigation in India. 2. 4.M. CIV-713: E3 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C Cement: Its Basic Chemistry .2002. and compacting Concrete.TECH. 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. G.M. & CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY SEMESTER : 7TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. placing. Neville.
2002.Irrigation requirements.Design of weirs on permeable foundations. 1982.saline and alkaline lands.Regime and semitheoritical approaches.Design of Channels.Canal lining. Roorkee.preventive and curative measures.etc. “ Irrigation water power and Water Resources Engineering”. Roorkee. WATER LOGGING : causes.Consumptive use. Delta. Arora. CROSS DRAINAGE WORKS: Necessity of cross drainage works.Types of floods.assessment of water requirements. Nem Chand & Brothers.” Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering”. syphon aqueduct. Nem Chand & Brothers.Control of silt entry into canal. FLOOD CONTROL : Flood problems.”Elementary Irrigation Engineering” New Age International (P) Ltd. 2.WATER REQUIREMENTS: Soil moisture and crop water relationships. Standard Publishers Distributors. Introduction to Raft foundations and design procedure. CANAL IRRIGATION: Types of canals.Drainage of irrigated lands.R.Principal Indian crops.Super passage.Multiple cropping. New Delhi. Delhi. Varshney.estimation of channel losses. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.” Irrigation Engineering And Hydraulic Structures” structures.L. Design of combined footings. 4. Level crossing. Singh Bharat. factors affecting choice of various types of canal linings.parts of canal irrigation system. 1975. Asawa.1999. DESIGN OF STRUCTURES-III SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. G.their types and selection.Parts of diversion headworks. K.SOIL -WATER-PLANT RELATIONSHIP CROP. 3. Gupta and Gupta.Flood control measures. Syphon. DIVERSION HEADWORKS: Selection of site and layout. CIV-802 2 L 1 T 0 P 3 C Foundations: Various types of RCC footings.Design of various types of cross drainage works-Aqueduct. Publishers.types of Weirs and Barrages.Silt excluders and different types of silt ejectors.channel alignment. Retaining walls: . Duty.
5. circular and rectangular water tanks with reference to IS:3370. Sterling‟s . Newton‟s backward difference formula.▼ and the operator E. . Relations between the operators.Stability analysis of retaining walls. δ and μ. interpolation with unequal intervals. Masonry structures: Design of masonry walls. Water retaining Structures: Design underground. Central Differences The central difference operator δ and the averaging operator μ. Inverse Interpolation The central difference operator δ and the averaging operator μ. Shell structures: Membrane analysis of spherical and conical domes by statical methods.C. foundations and retaining walls under gravity loads. Newton‟s forward difference formula. timber Structures By Arya. Design of reinforced and Pre-stressed Concrete Structures By Kong and Evans 3. Pre-stressed Concrete: General principles. Design of domes and ring beams. Guass‟s backward and forward interpolation formula. Structures By Jain and Jai Krishan. losses in pre-stress. Relations between the operators ∆. MTH-811:E1 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Finite Difference Difference table and its usage. T and I section beams. design of cantilever and counter-fort type RCC retaining walls. Design of rectangular. the difference operator ∆. and Lagrange‟s interpolation formula.Laplace and Everett‟s formulae. Design of R. NUMERICAL METHODS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.C. pre-tensioning and post-tensioning.▼. Newton‟s divided difference formula. Reference: 1. Pre-stressed Concrete Structures By Krishna Raju. Design of footings By Kurien 2.Bessel‟s. Design of masonry. Sterling‟s and Evett‟s formulae and their applications. Interpolation Interpolation with equal intervals. Guass‟s. methods of pre-stressing. 4.
Sympson‟s rule. ROCK MECHANICS AND TUNNELING TECHNOLOGY SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Jain. Part B Tunneling Technology . differential coefficients of a function in terms of its difference. Taylor series method. numerical integration of a function. Jain. Difference Equations Linear homogeneous and non-homogeneous difference equations of order n with constant coefficients and their solutions. 6. 3. Bolzano‟s process of bisection of intervals.K.Numerical Solutions of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations Regula-Falsi method. Mathematical numerical analysis by S. Numerical methods for Scientists and Engineers by R. Numerical Solution of Simultaneous Equations and Eigen Value Problems Guass elimination method. method of undetermined coefficients. S. Numerical methods by E. Numerical solution of differential equations by M. Newton-Raphson method. Books Recommended 1.R. Guass-Jacobi and Guass-Seidel iteration methods. Stanton.G. Jain. Laboratory Testing. Weddle‟s rule. Rock Classification Systems. Terminology . Numerical Differentiation and Integration Numerical differentiation of a function. Scarborough Numerical methods for scientific and Engineering computation by M. Gunavathi. Euler‟s method and Runga-Kutta method.K. trapezoidal rule. Guass-Jordan method. Kandasamy. Rock Bolting.C. 4. 5.K. The Euler-Maclaurin expansion formula. Numerical Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations Picard‟s method. power methods for solving Eigen value problems. 2. Iyenger & R. Balagurusamy. Numerical methods by P. Stability of rock slopes . K. Physical and Mechanical Properties of Rocks.K. CIV-811:E1 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Part A Rock Mechanics Introduction.K. Thilagavathy. & K.
etc. P. ANALYSIS OF STREAM FLOW AND DEMAND: Flow duration curve.Final Investigations. 1989. Secondary power.Gravity dams.E. Books Recommended Brown. Introduction to Rock Mechanics.T. CIV-811:E1 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 INTRODUCTION: Development of Water Power. HYDROPOWER ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO.. Load and Load duration curves. Anchor blocks. High head diversion plants. Load factor. EMBANKMENT DAMS: Earthen dams. Godman.Flumes. Spillway gates.Introduction. WATER CONVEYANCE SYSTEM: Power Canals. Basic principles of design and details of construction.Rigid Dams :. Types of Dams. Design considerations. . New Delhi. DAMS: Selection of site. Valley dam plants. rockfill dams. E. Tidal power plants. CBS Publishers and Distributors. Analytical and Computational Methods in Engineering Rock Mechanics . Thermal and Nuclear power. Classification of tunnels. Preliminary Investigations. Covered conduits and Tunnels. TYPES OF HYDRO POWER PLANTS: Classification of hydro power plants. types of penstocks.. Lining of tunnels. Pumped storage plants.Penstocks. SPILLWAYS : Types. Arch and buttress dams. Diversion Canal Plants. Economic Diameter of penstocks. firm power. Estimation of Hydropower potential. Comparison of hydro.Alignment. Design of Power canals. Methods of Tunneling in soft and hard rock. John Wiley. Tunnel supports. Alignment. Run-of-river plants. Design of stilling basins.
Barrows. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. M. Roorkee. Delhi.K.POWER HOUSE DETAILS: Forebay. Nai Sarak. P. LANDFILL ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Transport Mechanism. Physical Characteristics of Landfills. 2001. General layout of power house and arrangement of hydropower units. Arora. Nigam. New Delhi. Barrier Systems Concept of Barrier Systems & Engineering Design. Standard Publishers Distributors. “Water Power Engineering”. Intakes. “ Water Power Engineering” 4.R. 2. Filter Criteria Appraisal of EPA Regulations. 1999. H.1978.2002.”Water Power Engineering”. Property characterization of Landfill Components. Delhi.S. Storage & Processing at Source Disposal & Residual Matter Planning. TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS: General introduction Financial implications of Hydro Power plants.M. Dandekar. “ Irrigation water power and Water Resources Engineering”. “ Handbook of Hydroelectric Engineering“ 3. underground Power stations. K. 6. 5. M. Nem Chand Brothers. .. “Hydropower Structures”. Deshmukh. Danpat Rai & Sons. R. Siting & Permitting of Waste management Facilities PART –II : LANDFILL ENGINEERING Introduction Need for Landfills.S. CIV-812:E2 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 PART-I : EVOLUTION OF SOLID WASTE Solid Waste-Sources and Types Properties of Solid waste Waste Handling and Separation.M. Varshney. Types of Landfills.
Acceleration time history. . Sit ing of Landfills. Containment Technology. Advantages & Disadvantages. Role of GIS. Geotechnical Practice for Waste Disposal REF Soil Stabilization Metcalf. & EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. Leachete Collection Pipes.. Response Spectrum. Daniel : Kerry Rowe : Ingles. Theisen & : David E. CIV-812:E2 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 Response of buildings subjected to ground motion based on modal analysis. B. Hilary samuel Vigil. Integrated Solid Waste Management: Engg. Seismic design of R. Introduction to Earthquakes. Recommended Books: Geotechnics of Landfills Regulations. J. Engineering Properties. Water Balance for Landfills Stability of Landfills Evaluation of Landfill Performance Evaluation of Landfill Performance Using HELP Software & Economic evaluation & Risk Assessment of Landfills. Principles & Management Issues George. design & Construction of Liners.C. Anal ysis. Disposal Unit & Operations. Design Spectra. : German Technical : Tchobanoglous. Landfill Liners Types of Landfill Liners.C Structures (upto 2-Storey Buildings) based on Codal provisions IS:1893. O. Assessment. G. Barrier Layer. Landfill Covers Basic Concepts for Cover S ystems. Components. Landfills & Impoundments Objectives of Waste Disposal Facilities. Protection Layer. Construction Details & Performance Monitoring.
C. INTRODUCTON: Classification of airports. Dynamics of Structures By Clough and Penzien 3. Rails. 4. CIV-812:E2 L 2 T 1 P 0 C 3 RAILWAY: Importance of transportation systems. Seismic design of R.C & Masonry Structures Pauley. History of railways and it's development. width and grades of runway. Track fittings and fastenings. 2. Creep and Tilt in Rails. AIRPORT DRAINAGE. .super. Patterns and orientation-wind rose diagram. Station PlatformsVarious types of yards and sidings.Signals. AIRPORT GEOMETRICS: Runway Length. Shrikhande RAILWAY AND AIRPORT ENGINEERING SEMESTER : 8TH (CIVIL) COURSE NO. planning. Taxiways and aprons. and Priestley 5. Permanent way and it's component parts Formation. AIRPORT ENGINEERING 1. development of Indian Railways. Elements as per IS:13920. Detailing of R. gradients.C.elevation near branching of curves. Surveys for Route location. Chopra 2. 3.Ballast. Points and crossings. Introduction to various design methods. Books: 1. Repair and seismic strengthening of buildings IS:13935. Seismic Design of Bridges By 4. Dynamics of Structures By Anil K. Track resistance and tractive effort. T. Gauge problem.Seismic design of brick masonry structures based on Codal provisions. Sleepers.C. AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN: Difference between Highway and airport pavements. Seismic design of Structures By Pankaj Aggarwal. Surveys and site selection of airports.
Anand. 4. Nem Chand and Brothers.Books Recommended: 1. Roorkee. Rangawala. . S. 2002.C. “Railway Engineering”. and Saxena. Charotar Publishers. Arora and Jain. 2002. 3. Khanna. “Airport Planning and Design”.P. Horren Jeff. 2001. New Delhi. Dhanpat Rai Publishers. S. Arora. “Airport Planning and Design”. “ Railway Engineering” . 2.
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