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TECH CIVIL ENGINEERING SYLLABUS
I SEMESTER CE 101 Basic Environmental Sciences UNIT 1 Natural Resources: Study of various natural resources like forest, minerals, atmosphere, soil and water conservation. Ecosystem: Definition, structure of ecosystem, function of ecosystem, classification of ecosystem, biogeochemical cycle, hydrological cycle, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, oxygen cycle, food chain, food web, energy flow in ecosystem. Biological diversity and its conservation: Definition, type of biological diversity, necessity of conservation. UNIT 2 Global Environmental Issues Global worming, ozone depletion, green house effect, acid rain. Case studies of environmental disasters like Bhopal Gas Tragedy, Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, Concept of sustainable development. UNIT 3 Environmental Pollution: Definition of environmental pollution and pollutants, classification of pollutants, impact of pollution on environment. Water Pollution: Source, types of water pollutants, effects of water pollutants, water quality standards of drinking water, quality of water, self purification of natural water system. UNIT 4 Air Pollution: Definition, effect of air pollution, classification of air pollutants, sources of air pollutants, effect of various air pollutants like CH4, CO2, CO, SO2, NO2, H2S and ozone. Lapse rate, dispersion of pollutants. Noise Pollution: Definition, effect of noise pollution, sources of noise pollution, measurement of sound and their standards for different activities. Solid Waste : Definition, collection,treatment & disposal. Radioactive Pollution : Sources and impacts. UNIT 5 Pollution control and environmental management. (i) Various techniques of waste water treatment (ii) Air pollution controlling techniques (iii) ISO 14000 (iv) Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Definition, methods. (v) Noise pollution controlling techniques (vi) Brief overview of environmental legislation.

B.TECH CIVIL ENGINEERING II SEMESTER
CE 151 BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING UNIT I Stone, Bricks, Timber- Types, Engineering Properties, applications. Cement, Mortar, Concrete- Types and applications. Soil-Types, bearing capacity and improvement of bearding capacity. UNIT II Building components: Foundations- functions, types and applications, Walls, roofs, floors, doors, windows, beams, columns etc. Surveying basics and equipments. UNIT III Thermodynamics: Systems, Properties and Processes, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, Temperature scales, First law of Thermodynamics, internal energy and enthalpy. Second law of Thermodynamics. Steam: Sensible heat, latent heat, superheat, internal energy, enthalpy, dryness fraction and its determination, processes – constant pressure, constant volume, hyperbolic and throttling. Use of steam table. UNIT IV Machine Tools: Description, definition, specification of machine tools, working, classification and specification of lathe and drilling machine and their basic operations. Foundry Practice: Introduction, pattern, pattern materials like wood, metals, plastic etc, Types of pattern like solid , split ,match plate , gated and sweep, pattern allowances, mould material , properties of a good moulding sand , composition of green and dry sand ,loam sand , types of mould gating system ,core, core materials , properties of a good core materials, core preparation. UNIT V ENGINEERING MECHANICS Analysis of perfect plane trusses Transmission of power through belt and rope Concept of stresses and strains Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams in Cantilever, Simply supported and Overhanging beams subjected to concentrated, uniformly distributed loads and couples, Point of contra-flexure, Relationship between load, shear force and bending moment.

CE 191 BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB

Practical related Building Materials, Surveying, Heat Engine, and Engineering Mechanics Will Be Performed.

B.TECH CIVIL ENGINEERING
III SEMESTER
CE 201 SURVEYING-I UNIT-I

Principles and classifications of surveying, chain surveying basic concepts and terminology and instruments used. Linear measurements along sloping ground and base line correction including slope corrections. Conventional symbols, different types of scales and field and office work for the preparation of maps. UNIT-II Measurement of angles and Directions: different types of bearings and their measurement systems, reference meridians, azimuth, magnetic declination and local attraction. Different types of compasses for the measurement of bearings compass traversing and closing error adjustments. Plane table surveying: Principle, methods and equipments, two point and three point problems and their solutions, errors & precautions, advantages and disadvantages in plane table surveying. UNIT-III Leveling: Principle, terminology and instrumentation, booking of leveling readings, reduction of levels, difficulties, sources of errors and precautions in leveling and setting of grade stakes. Classifications of leveling, profile leveling, cross-sectioning and reciprocal leveling. Contouring: Definition and terminology, methods, interpolation and characteristics of contours, contour gradients and uses of contour maps. UNIT-IV Angles and Directions with Theodolites: Different types of theodolites and their construction, use and adjustment, measurement of horizontal angles. Theodolite traversing, latitude and departure, traverse computations and plotting, balancing of traverse, calculation of traverse area and omitted measurements. UNIT-V Computation of area: Area computations from field notes and plotted plans using graphical methods and planimeter. Computation of volumes: Formulae for the calculation of cross-sectional area and volume and Mass Haul diagram. Computation of the volume of earth work and storage from contour maps using end area method and prismoidal formulae. Hydrographic Surveying: Shoreline survey, methods of soundings, location and reduction of soundings, three-point problem and its solutionmaps.

Surveying. I & II.SUGGESTED TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCES: 1. Englewood Cliffs. Surveying: Problem Solving with theory and objective type questions by A.F. Kulkarni. Wirshing. Chandra. Vol. New Age International Publishers New Delhi. 2.J. 7. 6. 5. . Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan. New Delhi. Prentice Hall. B. 4. Chandra. by S. Schofield. M. Engineering Surveying: Theory and Examination Problems for Students by W. P. Oxford. Butterworth Heinemann. Introductory Surveying by James R. V. New Delhi. Duggal. Kavanagh and S. New Jersey. and Roy H. Kanetkar and S. Surveying Principles and Applications by B. Surveying and Leveling-Part-I & II by T. Bird. 3. Pune. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.S. Wirshing. M. New Age International Publishers New Delhi.G. Plane Surveying by A. K. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

diagrams for simply supported. E. S. Effective length. Unit . Application of numerical methods. Von Nostrand East West Press. Mohr's circle. compounds bar.I Simple Stresses & strains : Hooke's law. bending. Introduction to nondestructive testing. Standard Book House. Unit .III Columns & Struts : Euler's theory of buckling for different end conditions. hardness and fatigue testing. section modulus and theorem of parallel axes.202 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS . Timoshenko and young. compression. shear force load. .P. Introduction of the use of Bending Moments & Shear Force Diagrams in civil engineering structures. Biaxial bending. overhanging and cantilever beams using numerical methods. Impact. Lack of fit. and B. Bending & Shear Stresses : Theory of simple bending.C. Distribution of bending and shear stresses across the section. 'Strength of Materials'. Suggested Text Books and References : 1. Vol. Torsion of non circular sections. Unit . Elastic constants.II Bending Moment & Shear Force : Relationship between bending moment. tapering bars. B. twist and shear stress. Poisson's ratio. Punmia 'Strength of Materials & Mechanics of Structures'. examples of civil engineering structures subjected to direct and bending stresses. examples of civil engineering structures subjected to hoop stresses. 2.IV Unsymmetrical Bending & Shear Center : Determination of principal axes. Hoop Stresses.V Material Properties of steel and concrete : Behaviour of materials under tension. energy. Unit . Complex Stresses & Strains : Principal stresses and principal strains. Perry Robertson formula. Initial imperfection and residual stresses. Torsion : Relation between torsional moment. Bars of constant section. Lateral loading.Merchant-Rankine formula. Product of inertia. Direct & Bending Stresses : Core of the section. moment of inertia.F. Temperature stresses.CE.M. Popov 'Mechanics of Materials' Prentice Hall India. 3. 1. Standard tests.I Unit . shear and torsion. Middle third rule.

glaciers. Recognition of various rock types. Types of Structural Features of Rocks. Unit-IV Structural Geology: General Terms. Bridges. Petrology: Mode of origin of Igneous. Common rock forming minerals. their composition. Engineering and General Geology by Parbin Singh 3. Earth as a part of solar system. Unit-II Indian Stratigraphy Introduction. Age of the earth. Aerial Photography and satellite remote sensing. Engineering Geology by Goodman R. Earthquake and Landslides. A textbook of Geology & Engineering by L. stratification. internal structure of earth. Geological mapping by using Aerial Photographs and satellite imagery.E. Geological Time scale. Text book of Geology by P. dip. Unit-V Recent Advancements: Remote Sensing technique in study of Engineering Geology: Electromagnetic Spectrum. Tunnels. Photo and image interpretation keys. Descriptive study of rocks. Plate tectonics and Sea-floor spreading. Suggested Text Books and References: 1. Basic principles. Roads. their causes. Recognition and evidences of structures in the field. Physical and chemical properties of minerals.Mukharjee 4. Groundwater. Crystallographic systems. Platforms & Sensors. Origin of earth. Geological work of wind. Weathering of rocks. . Classification.CE-203 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Unit – I Introduction to Geology: Main and associated branches of Geology. outcrops. data acquisition & data products. Geological work of Natural Agencies: Geological Agents. Reservoirs.M. Crystallography: Elements of crystals. study of different group and systems and their economic importance. Importance of Geology in Engineering project constructions. . Application of Remote sensing techniques in Engineering geology. Importance of Civil Engineering.K. Geological Hazards : Volcanoes. Importance of Civil Engineering. strike. Engineering Projects: Dams. Mode of formation of minerals. engineering properties of rocks. Crystal Symmetry. Sedimentary & Metamorphic rocks. Unit-III Mineralogy & Crystallography: Definition. classification and stratigraphic Correlation. Textbook of Engineering Geology by N Chenna Kesavulu 2. structures and classification. water. river and sea. Mechanism.Bangar 5.

Brithish mix design mehod IS guidelines. Unit . Unit .IV Heavy Construction-Construction of large structures. PERT & CPM by B. plants.II Concrete Technology . variability of concrete strength. development of network.Project Management. Bar Chart and Milestone Charts.V Construction Equipments-Introduction to heavy construction equipment. dozers etc. aggregates.I CPM . water. bridges. prestressed concrete. properties of fresh and hardened concrete. hot mix.Concrete making materials : cements.S.BIS 2. basic considerations. outline of mix design procedure. dams. Shetty. multi-storied buildings etc. Concrete Technology by M. .CE – 204 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY Unit . Handbook of mix design . Punmia 3. Unit .III Mix Design-Principles of concrete mix design. USBR method. Suggested Text Books and References : 1. Unit . Elements of network. Testing of concrete mixes. extreme weather concreting.C. admixtures. Factors in the choice of mix design. network analysis. ACI mix design practice. crushers.

balance and proportion . privacy etc. . and steel with detaining. structural elements. Unit 3 Preparing drawing of simple buildings like residential buildings. circulation. unity. building bye-laws. grouping of areas. approximate proportioning of structural element. Unit 2 Considerations in design of building-orientation. dispensary.CE-205 CIVIL ENGG. rest houses etc. . Kale & Patel 2. primary schools. offices. An Introduction to planning practice – Philip Allmendinger 3. GRAPHICS Unit 1 Study of general principles of composition.C. planning & designing concepts and design of energy efficient building. Approximate proportioning & preparing drawings of R.C. Unit 4 Introduction to design of simple elements of R. Building Design and drawing by Shah . Building Design Management – Colin Gray and Will Hughes. symmetry. empirical design of foundations. Preparing the general arrangement drawings of the structural steel elements. functional treatment. Text books : 1.C. Unit 5 Introduction to design of simple elements of steel structures with connection detailing .C.

SURVEYING-I LAB (CE-241) The laboratory work will consist of experiments and office work based on the theory paper of Surveying-I. The list of practicals is as below: S.) difference between two stations by carrying out differential leveling. by taking the perpendicular offsets by the method of swinging of tape. Two / three point problem in plane table surveying. To determine the reduced level (R. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Details of Experiment To set out a chain line of 40 to 60 meters and locate the objects near the chain line.L.No. Horizontal and vertical angle measurements with the help of vernier theodolite. To locate the given inaccessible objects by the intersection method of plane table survey. To find out the area of given site by compass traversing. using prismatic compass. To set out a regular pentagon in the field. To determine the given site area by the method of plane table traversing and plot the objects by the radiation method of plane table survey. Drawing of conventional symbol sheet Determination of the map area using graphical/instrumental methods 9 10 11 12 13 . At least one exercise should be taken up from each unit. To determine the area of the given site by cross staff survey. To carry out the leveling field work for the preparation of contour map of the given site. To carry out the profile leveling along the given line.

Stress . 7. . bricks) Modulus of rupture of concrete. 4. 8. 2. Non destructive testing of concrete using Pulse Velocity Methods. Buckling of struts with different end conditions. Reactions of statically determinate beams. (Concrete & mortar cubes.CE-242 List of experiments : 1.strain curve of mild steel. Non destructive testing of concrete using Rebound Hammer Method. 6. 3. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I LAB Compression test. 5. Flexural rigidity of beam.

J. Rutley's Elements of Mineralogy Billings. List of Practicals 1. history and geological cross section. 2.H. 9. M. D. 8. Identification of important rock forming minerals in hand specimen Identification of important ore minerals in hand specimen Petrological studies of igneous. and de Freitas. At least one exercise should be taken up from each unit.H. describing topography.CE-243 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB Laboratory work Laboratory work will consist of experiments and office work based on theory paper of Engineering Geology (3113 C). F. reading and interpretation. Topographical maps. Geological field work in and around Bhopal Texts / References: Blyth. H. Geology for Engineers. 6. and Rao. M. Determination of Specific Gravity of minerals by steel yard balance.V.G. structure. Engineering geological maps. 3. Study of important crystal models Study of structural models Study of geological maps. Read. Structural Geology Gokhale. 7. K.K.M. sedimentary and metamorphic rocks in hand specimen & under microscope 5.P. 4.H. Experiments in Engineering Geology .

different types of tacheometers. stadia traversing and tacheometric contouring. UNIT-IV Surveying Astronomy: Definitions of astronomical terms. methods for the setting out of curves. figures and layouts. geographic. compound. scale and relief displacement of vertical aerial photographs. stereoscopic vision on vertical photographs. and classifications.TECH CIVIL ENGINEERING IV SEMESTER SURVEYING-II (CE-251) UNIT-I Tacheometry: Principle and methods. remote Sensing Satellite imagery with special relevance to Indian Remote Sensing Satellites (IRS) and applications. curvature and refraction corrections . length and elevations of objects using photographs and photo mosaic. flight planning for aerial photography. geodetic. Elements of Satellite based surveys – Map detums. parallel of latitude. reverse. Electronic Distance measurement (EDM). determination of latitude and longitude. measurements and corrections of baseline. transition and vertical curves and obstacles and special problems in the setting out of curves. Erection of different types of signals and towers. local and projected coordinates for earth resources mapping. Cartesian. spherical excess. GPS Surveying : Introduction & components of GPS . GPS observation methods and their advantages over conventional methods. Indirect leveling on rough terrain and steep slope and precise leveling. least squares method for determining most probable values. UNIT-II Curves: Classifications and elements of curves. control segment and user segment . classification. Total Station and GPS receivers. weights of observations. intervisibility of stations. UNIT-III Triangulation and Triateration : principle. coordinate systems for locating heavenly bodies. space segment . accuracy and stages of triangulation. UNIT-V Photogrammetry: Principle. instrument height and signal corrections. satellite stations reduction of center.B. determination of tacheometric constants. system . computations for the setting out of simple circular. components. triangulation adjustments and computation of coordinates. computation of position. shortest distance between two points on the earth. strength of figure. Trignometric leveling : Single and reciprocal observations. Remote Sensing : Principle. GPS receivers. definitions and classifications of terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry. convergence of meridian. Modern equipments for surveying: Digital levels and theodolites. . geocentric.

V. Chandra. Surveying and Leveling-Part-I & II by T. Kulkarni.Geographic information System (GIS) : Definition . Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Butterworth Heinemann.M. Pune. Oxford. W. 2. Duggal. M. Remote Sensing and image interpretation by Lillesand T. Advanced Surveying by A. Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan. 5. New Delhi. 3. 4.252 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING -I . K. Surveying Vol II by S. Chandra. New Age International Publishers New Delhi. 6. Schofield. and Kiefer R. P. Surveying: Problem Solving with theory and objective type questions by A. New Age International Publishers New Delhi. components and advantages. M. CE. Engineering Surveying: Theory and Examination Problems for Students by W. Kanetkar and S. SUGGESTED TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCES: 1.

equilibrium cant & cant deficiency.K Khanna. UNIT .P Bindra. 3.V (C) Docks & Harbours Introduction to docks & harbour & their types. design & construction of break waters.Oza & Oza.I (A) RAILWAY ENGINEERING 1. Permanent Way: (i) Rails : Types. basic runway length & corrections. General Introduction to Railway Engg. by H. bearing plates. spikes. locations general equipments. chain keys.IV (B) Airport Engineering Introduction : Airport site selection. A Course in Docks and Harbour Engineering by S. 4. super elevation. Mundry. UNIT . layout details of turnouts. Signaling & interlocking : types of signals in stations & yards. speed regulation on curves.Arora 2. principles of signaling & interlocking 4. check and guard rails. sleeper density. runway capacity zoning regulation. 6. wear and tear of rails. emergency surface.III 1. 3. A Text Book of Railway Engg by S. 2. . Welding of rails. Principles of Railway Engg. port building. Stations & yards : Types. Design consideration & construction of Docks. (iv) Ballast Requirement of good ballast. Various tractive resistance. by S. (ii) Sleepers: Types and comparison. Elements of Docks and Harbour Engg. geometrical. fish bolts.UNIT . various materials used as ballast. requirement of good sleeper. cross section.C Rangwala.grade & embankment : Sub-grade preparation & requirements (vi) Construction & maintenance of permanent ways UNIT . (iii) Rail fasteners : Type : fish plates. Saxena & S. Points & crossing : Definition. wind rose diagram. rail creep. hauling capacity & tractive efforts. 5.P. surveys and alignment. 2. cargo handling equipment & navigational aids Suggested Text boks and reference : 1.II 1. classification of airports. (v) Sub . Arora and Jain. Modern techniques for safety in railways UNIT . airport lightening & traffic controls. Geometric design: Formation.C. Airport planning and design by S. Quantity of ballast. Railway Track Engineering by I. layouts 2.P.S. various curves.

IV Dimensional Analysis and Dynamic Similitude : Dimensional analysis.I Review of Fluid Properties : Fluid Static’s: 'Pressure at a point.III Dynamics of flow : Equation of motions. similarity laws. Bansal. weirs and notches). nozzles. orifice meter. fluidization. nozzles meter. Unit . dimensionless numbers. Relative equilibrium. . laminar flow between parallel plates. Garde & Mirajgaonkar. boundary layer separation and methods of control. 6. spillways. Unit . Fluid Mechanics . forces on plane and curved surfaces.): flow measurement (orifices. laminar and turbulent boundary layers.I Unit .J. mouth pieces. Mechanics of Fluids . flow nets-their utility & method of drawing flow nets. streak lines. Suggested Text Books and References : 1. Introduction to Electro magnectic flow meter. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by R. rotodynamic machines etc. partially submerged bodies. energy correction factor. dimensional homogenty. pressure variation in compressible and incompressible fluid'.pie theorem. 3. path lines. circulation stagnation point. specific model investigations (submerged bodies.CE-253 FLUID MECHANICS . use of Buckingham . buoyant force. Fluid Measurements : Velocity measurement (pitot tube. 4. stokes law.Shames.R. Unit . current meters etc. linear momentum equation. 2.V Laminar Flow : Introduction to laminar & turbulent flow. 5.II Kinematics of Floe : Classification of fluid flow. Unit . laminar flow through circular pipes.). separation of flow. venturimeter. weirs. rotational & irrotational flows. Reynolds experiment & Reynolds numbers. momentum correction factors.Streeter & Wylie. Fluids Mechanics .K. continuity equation for one and three dimensional flow. ultrasonic flow meter. The moment of momentus equation and application. Jain.K. Absolute and gauge pressure manometers. Prandtl tube. Bernoulli's equations and its application. stream function. couette flow.White. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by A. velocity potential. Stability of floating and submerged bodies. streamlines and stream tubes. Mechanics of Fluids .

UNIT . Statistical and kinematic indeterminacy. UNIT . focal length . Eddy's theorem. torsion and bending.III Three hinged arches.I Strain Energy in tension.M curves for various types of rolling loads. Effect of sinking of support. Influence lines for member forces in pin jointed trusses.II UNIT . and B. virtual work principles. Deflections of determinate pin jointed frames UNIT . Fixed and continuous beams. (Method of sections and method of joints). compression.IV Analysis of Indeterminate Structures. . influence lines for shear force and bending moment for determinate beams. Calculation of slopes and deflections of statically determinate beams. Rib shortening and temperature effects.V Analysis of beams and non sway frames by moment distribution and slope deflection methods. Maximum S. Castigliano's theorems.F. Two hinged arches. EUDL. cables and suspension bridges.CE-254 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS .II Rolling loads and influence lines. UNIT . Analysis of trusses by statistical methods. Influence lines.

Estimation & Costing by Rangwala . Unit . Estimation & Costing by B. drainage. Mode of Measurement. Unit . Suggested Text Books and References : 1. Detailed estimate for services of pluming and water supply or Electrification work. SESSIONAL WORK Preparation of detailed estimate. preparation for rates of important items of work. Unit . rent fixation of buildings.N. revised and supplementary estimates different projects preparing detailed estimates of various types of Building. overhead charges Contingencies and work charge establishment. Current schedule of rates (C. Dutta 2. scrap value year's purchase. plinth area rate.R) Unit .III Rate Analysis: Task for average artisan. gross and net income.CE-255 QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING Unit . Measurement sheet and adstract sheet.V Valuation : Purpose. various percentage for different services in building. material and labour requirement for various trades.IV Cost od works : Factors affecting cost of work. sinking fund.I Purpose and importance of estimates. cunical content rate. principles of estimating methods of taking out quantities of items of work.S. various factors involved in the rate of an item. Rate analysis for at least 8 items of construction. bills of quantities. dual rates interest. Method of Valuation. Services for building such as water supply.II Types of estimate. depreciation. Detailed estimate for earth work for the road construction or arched culvent. preliminary original. RCC work earth work calculations for roads and estimating of culverts.

III System Approach to planning Problem of equipment management. welfare facilities. their characteristics. contract documents. material at site account. 2. Management by objectives (MBO) and Management by Exception (MBE). new Delhi. UNIT . security deposit. Management .Stonner & Freeman. safety engineering.I Project Management : Nature. organization charts and manuals. scientific management. Seetharaman.K.HUM-251 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ORGANISATION UNIT . UNIT . Umesh Publication. Shrivasatava. Measurement book.S. account reports. Gupta and D. secured advance and final bills.IV Specifications and contracts & types of specification. merits and demerits. Suggested Text books and references : 1. New Delhi. Principles of Management by Tripathi & Reddy. 6. Operation research by P. personnel in construction.V Accountancy & Book Keeping Cash Book Profit & Loss accounts. 5. Importance. 3. McGraw Hill Publication. Rationalisation and Quality Circle Movement. specification of various trades of engineering works. various types of running bills.II Organisation Type & Construction site management : Various types of organization. departmental method of construction. Management of construction projects. technical sanction. 4. condition of contract and arbitration. Stock tools and plants. Principles of construction management by Roy Pilcher. UNIT . imprest account.K. Assignment Model. auditing of bills and vouchers. Principles and Functions of management. Hira. Various forms used in construction work. Construction Planning and Management by U. . Ltd. labour laws and human relation. shovel truck performance with waiting line model technique of materials management. Contracts: Different types of contracts. administrative approval. UNIT .. notice inviting tenders. earnest money. Gulgotia Publications Pvt. Construction engineering and Management by S. construction site. characteristics and applications. transportation model and waiting line models with their applications.

13. To prepare contour map of the given area using tacheometric surveying. 3. The list of practicals is as below: S. DETAILS OF EXPERIMENT To determine the horizontal angle between two objects using vernier theodolite. At least one exercise should be taken up from each unit.SURVEYING-II LAB (CE291) The laboratory work will consist of experiments and office work based on the theory paper of Surveying-II (CE291). 10. To set out a simple circular curve of given degree and deflection angle by the method of “Perpendicular offsets from back tangent”. To set out a simple circular curve of given degree and deflection angle by the method of “Perpendicular offsets from long chord” To set out a simple circular curve of given degree and deflection angle by the “Rankine’s method of deflection angles. Visual interpretation of given aerial photograph/ satellite imagery. To set out transition curve by linear and angular methods. 2. 8. 1. To determine the elevation angle and height of the top of an accessible object. Study of topographic maps 5. 14. . To determine the height of an inaccessible elevated visible object by two plane method. To determine the horizontal distance between two elevated inaccessible objects. Stadia traversing of the given area and closed traverse adjustments. 4. 12. 7. To determine the tachometric constants of the given tacheometer in the field. 11. 9. 6. To determine the height of an inaccessible elevated visible object by single plane method. No.

Study of various types of flows using Reynolds apparatus. Calibration of watermeter. Verification of Bernoulli's theorem. 5. 4. 9. Study of pressure measuring devices. Calibration of Venturimeter. 8. 10. Calibration of V-notch. 3. 7.CE-292 FLUID MECHANICS-I LAB LABORATORY WORK Laboratory work should be conducted based on the above course work. Calibration of NazzIemeter. 2. List of Experiments : 1. Calibration of Orifice. 6. Calibration of Orifice meter. . Verification of Impilse momentum principle.

Breslau principle 7. Influence lines by Muller . Deflection of cable under concentrated loads 4. Deflection of curved beams 5. Horizontal and vertical reactions of 3 hinged arch and influence lines 2. Deflection of beams under concentrated loads .CE-293 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS –II LAB List of experiment : 1.Betti reciprocal theorem 6. Verification of Maxwell . Horizontal and vertical reaction of 2 hinged arch and influence lines 3.

L. pile driving .W. modern management techniques like Unit II (A) Preliminary and detailed investigation methods . Imprest account . Unit V Public Works Accounts : Various forms used in construction works. 2.B. types of specifications. 3. compaction and grouting. .B. hoisting. Principles of Construction Management . Delhi. output of various equipment. personnel in construction . System Approach to planning : Problem of equipment management. Materials at site account. (B) Contracts : Different types notices inviting tenders. welfare facilities. investment and operating cost. arbitration. publication & distributors.TECH CIVIL ENGINEERING V SEMESTER CE-301 CONSTRUCTION . E. Stock Tools and plants. PLANNING & PROJECT MANAGEMENT Unit I Principles of construction management. safety engineering. Unit IV Construction equipment : factors affecting selection . PERT and Precedence diagramming . C. Project Management with CPM. secured advance. rate list. contract documents. form work and centering. job layout. Mc Graw Hill Publication. concreting. shovel truck performance with waiting line method. Measurement book. labour laws and human relations. specifications for various trades of engineering works. various organization charts and manuals.CBS. transportation model and waiting line modes with their applications. security deposit and earnest money. dredging.Joseph J.R. assignment model . use and importance of schedule of rates. methods of construction. conveyance. Ladbetter. Construction Planning Equipment & Methods . W. Cash book. schedule of construction.Philps. Unit III (A) Specifications : Importance . Mc Graw Hill Book Company. administrative approval.R. various types of running bills.Peurifoy.Roy Pilcher. Final bills. contractor’s staff. conditions of contract. departmental method of construction. technical sanction. (B) Site organization : Accommodation of site staff. brief study of equipments required for various jobs such as earth work . CPM/PERT with network analysis. Text Book :1. Devis. Moler.

UNIT .III Floods : Estimation of floods. flood control measures. Water resource Engineering by linsely et. UNIT . measurement and analysis. Suggested Text books and references : 1. factor effecting. Engineering Hydrology by linsely et.T. Hand Book of Aoolied hydrology by V. multipurpose projects. Applied Resource Engineering by linsely et. al.Chow. S-curve hydrograph. forms. infiltration galleries. IUH.I UNIT . data collection and project formulation.CE-302 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING . UNIT . Probability and frequency analysis. 2. 5. economics of flood control.V Reservoir & Water Resource Planning: Objectives and problems.I Rainfall : Hydrologic cycle.Subramanya. ground water recharge.IV Ground water and wells : Occurrence aquifer properties. Engineering Hydrology by K. al. UNIT .II Hydrograph analysis : Unit hydrograph and its derivation form isolated and complex stroms. al.Types. stream gauging-method of gauging presentation and extension of data. hydraulics of wells under steady and unsteady flow conditions. losses-types measurement estimation and analysis. flow duration curve. synthetic unit hydrograph.. . 3. cost allocation to various uses in multipurpose project planning. flood routing through reservoirs and channels. interstate problems. precipitation. Runoff-types. economics of water resources planning. 4.

net positive suction head. Submersible pumps.Subramanyam.III Flow in open channels: Non uniform flow Gradually varied flow-basic assumptions and dynamic equations of gradually flow. M/cs by Modi & Seth 3. single acting and double acting pump. UNIT . specific speed and unit quantities. transmission of power through pipelines. Reciprocating pumps : principle of working. Air lift pump . UNIT .II Flow in open channels: Uniform flow Basic concepts. Manometric head. Principle of working and characteristic curves. Forces on immersed bodies : Types of drag. working proportion of hydraulic turbines and characteristic curves. duplex and three throw pumps. Working of air vessels. Action of jet.Lal. Types of slopes and their characteristics. runaway speed. water Hammer (only quick closure case).K. Priming and maintenance.Streeter & Wyile.J. total head. Fluid Mech. coefficient of discharge. UNIT . pelton turbines-their construction and settings. torque. similarly laws. pipe network siphon. Reaction turbines construction & setting draft tube theory. drag on a sphere.I Turbulent flow: Introduction to turbulent flow. . speed regulation dimensions of various element.IV Turbines : Classification definitions. cavitation. Fluid Mechanics . losses in pipe fittings and valves. hydraulic and energy gradient lines. characteristic curves.V. m commercial pipes. Acceleration head. shut off head. 2. aging of pipes. Uniform flow computations. construction and discharge. 4.T. pipes in series. specific speed. a cylinder and an aerofoil development of lift.CE-303 FLUID MECHANICS-II UNIT . specific energy concept critical flow and its computations. a flat plate. UNIT . Efficient channel section. Losses due to sudden expansion and contraction. Fluid Mechanics . 5. power and efficiency for ideal case. resistance of smooth and artificially roughened pipes. Fluid Mechanics by A. manometric. channel transitions. Suggested Text books and references : 1. velocity distribution in turbulent flow. Open channel Hydraulics . mixing length theory. Resistance equations (Chezy's and mannings formulae). Chow. simplex.V Pumps: Centrifugal pumps: Various types and their important components. surges in open channels. slip. branching of pipes. brink dept analysis. Hydraulic Machines . analysis and computations of flow profiles. cavitation. concepts of equivalent length of pipe. & Hyd. Jain 6. pipes in parallel.

Suggested Text books references: 1. 6. three phase diagram. \ . Static and dynamic penetration test plate load test. liquefaction. 4. data interpretation and reporting. quick sand. 7. Soil Engineering by Spangler. Graphical Methods for determination of earth pressure under various loading conditions and for surcharge angle.III Shear Strength of soils: . laboratory and field determination.R. unconfined compression test. planning of exploration programme for buildings highways and earthen dams. Soil mechanics and foundation Engineering by Terzaghi and Peck.I UNIT . Methods of soil exploration. Soil engineering in theory and Practice by Alam Singh 2. earth pressure due to cohesive soils. Newmark’s influence chart. direct measurement of shearing resistance. Westergaards and Steinbrenner methods. significant depth. UNIT .C. Tension cracks. relationship between pressure and voids ratio. layered soil. disturbed and undisturbed sampling. 5. determination of field compression index for normally and over consolidated clays. pressure distribution under various loading conditions . weight-volume relationships.CE-304 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING . effect of water table and wall friction. Critical voids ratio.V Soil Exploration and field testing of soils: Need and Importance of soil exploration. deformation and failure under shear in sands and in normally consolidated and over consolidated clays. Rao. measurement of pore pressure.I Soil mass.S. shear box test.Coulomb's law conditions of failure of soil by Mohr stress circle. UNIT . Coarse and fine soils. Stress paths under various conditions. classification systems based on particle size and consistency limits with emphasis on Indian standard soil classification.II Stress distribution beneath loaded areas by Boussinesq. consolidation test. flow of water.IV Earth pressure : Active passive and at rest and arching active cases. factors affective permeability equipotential flow lines. 3. Punmia. Geotechnical Engineering by Purushattam Raj. Principles of design of retaining wall. flow nets and its uses. UNIT . Contact pressure distribution. fitting methods for determination of coefficient of consolidation. use of index properties. Soil Mechanics and foundation Engineering by B.Gopal Ranian and A. Parameters. calculation of initial and primary settlement and time settlement curves. vane shear test. permeability. Compressibility & Consolidation: Compressibility. Their index properties and determination. Secondary consolidation and creep. spacing of borings. Basic & Applied Soil Mechanics . Rankine’s and Coulomb’s Theory of earth pressure for sands. UNIT . Darcy's law. Soil water : Pore water pressure and effective stress. triaxial compression test. Soil Mechanics by Craiq.

road planning and finances in India. Drainage of roads : surface and subsurface drainage. Highway Engineering Hand Book By K. . Introduction :. design of horizontal alignment. Mckelvey. traffic and environment. Witczak 4. 2. construction of cement concrete pavements and their joints. Transport Economics : Economics evaluation of transportation plans. 4. trip generation.Scope of highway engineering. Yoder And M. construction of WBM roads construction of bituminous pavement.Requirements. planning surveys.R. vehicle operating costs.Khanna. 2. level of service. value of travel time saving. Principles & Practice of Highway Engg. Arora And Jain 6. Traffic capacity studies : volume . traffic restraints and road pricing. problem of mass transportation flyovers.Traffic surveys : Speed journey time delay surveys. design of rigid pavements.By L. accident costs. Unit V 1. traffic control aids and steel furniture. Unit III 1. Modern aids in traffic surveys : GIS in traffic engineering. Highway construction : Construction of earth roads. Current topics in transportation engineering : Expressways and freeways. Classification of roads. capacity. Unit II 1. design factors of flexible pavements. road marking . stone aggregates. density. design of vertical alignment. Highway Engineering By S. trip distribution. O&D surveys. Highway Materials : sub grade soil.Wood 5. (B) TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Unit IV 1 Traffic characteristics : Road users and the vehicle characteristics. 3. model split evaluation . Traffic controls : Traffic sign and signals. sight distance. parking surveys. Kadiyali 3. 5. Justo 2. transport planning for small and medium sized cities. Planning And Design Of Airports By Robert Horonjeff And Francis X.G.Khanna & C. Airport Planning And Design By S. Principles of Pavement Design By E. Surveys for highway location. transportation survey. highway cross section elements. TEXT BOOK :1.K. 2. Design of highway pavements : Introduction . Highway Alignments :. traffic assignment . Use of photographic techniques in traffic engg.E. 3.CE-305 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-II (A) HIGHWAY ENGINEERING Unit I 1. Bituminous paving mixes.K. 2.W.J. intelligent transport system. Highway Geometric Design :. Transportation Planning : Transport planning process.Introduction . traffic congestion. land use transport model.B. vehicle volume count classification and occupancy.

STRUCTURES) UNIT .C Structures by O.M. doubly reinforced.C.Structures by Ramchandra 7.I Introduction to Concrete Technology. Limit design of beams (Singly reinforced.C Structures by M. flat slabs and circular slabs. Design of R. Neville . T and L beams) Design of rectangular beams. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures by Sinha and Roy 2. Unit IV Cantilever and counterfort retaining walls Unit V Introduction to working stress method of design. Analysis & Design of R.C Structures by Vazirani & Ratwani 5. T.P jain Vol.C.C. UNIT .C.C.beams and L-beams. Structures by O. two way slabs. Unit III Columns (short and slender).L. Limit State Design of R. design of R.C.CE-306 STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAWING-1 (R. Concrete Technology By M.C.P Jain Vol.K Jain 6.L.C. Limit State Design of R.C. stair cases.II 4.II Design of one way slabs. Design of R.C. Concrete Technology by A. Gambhir 8. Footings (isolated and combined). Suggested Text books and references : 1. I 3. Gambhir 9.C. Structures by A.

5. To study an Axial flow Kaplan Turbine. 7. To draw the water surface profile and calibrate crested weir. To draw the performance characteristics of a double acting reciprocating pump. To draw the performance characteristics of a single stage centrifugal pump. 4. To draw the performance characteristics of a Francis turbine. . 11.CE-341 FLUID MECHANICS-II LAB LABOROATORY WORK Laboratory work based on the above course work should be conducted. 10. To study various types of current meters and hot wire anemometer. 6. To draw the performance characteristics of a pelton Wheel. 2. Determination of friction factor of a given pipe. To draw the velocity of distribution in an open channel and determination energy correction factor. List of Experiments : 1. To determine Mannings constant of surface roughness in an open channel. 3. 9. 8. To draw velocity in a closed conduit flow section.

CE-342 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING-I LAB LABORATOY WORK Laboratory course will be based on the above as required for soil investigations of engineering projects. List of Experiments : 1) Determination of water content by oven drying method 2) Determination of specific gravity of fine grained soil 3) Determination of specific gravity of coarse grained soil 4) Determination of in-situ density of soil by sand replacement method 5) Determination of in-situ density of soil by core cutter method 6) To find the Atterberg limits of soil 7) Grain size distribution of soil by wet analysis 8) Grain size distribution of soil by dry process 9) Triaxial shear test 10) Direct shear test 11) Unconfined compression test 12) Compaction test .

UNIT . UNIT . Redundant pin jointed frames. UNIT .III Plastic analysis of beams and frames. Approximate analysis of multi-story building frames lateral loads for multistory frames. Muller Bresau principle. Approximate analysis of multistory building frames for lateral loads (cantilever method).III UNIT .IV Matrix method of structural analysis (Force method). (Portal method).VI SEMESTER CE-351 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS . UNIT . analysis of portals with inclined members.I Moment distribution method: Analysis of non sway frames and sway frames.II Kani's method : Analysis of beams and frames.V Matrix method structural analysis (Displacement method). Analysis of fixed arches. Influence lines for indeterminate structure. .

UNIT . advantages and disadvantages. by Bharat Singh.I Irrigation and water requirement of crops: Irrigation . quality of water.IV Canal Works: Design of different types masonry works on canals falls Cross drainage works. Suggested Text books and references : 1. salt efflorescence cause and effects. Theory & practice by Michael. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Design principles of levees. irrigation development in the country Methods of Irrigation Soils-tyre and their occurrence. Head and Cross Regulators. UNIT . Layout of canals. 5.II Canals : Types of canals. suitability for irrigation purposes.L.Varshney. Ranga Raju-Misri tractive shear Stress approach. N. UNIT . by G. New Delhi.definition. losses in canals. Irrigation.K.C Gupta & R.Meyer-peter equations and Einstien approach.III Storage & Diversion Works: Types of reservoir.. S.C. Duty. Irrigation Engg. Design of line canal. I-III 3.Site selection. Escapes and Outlets. Irrigation Engineering & Flydraulic Structures by S.S. effect and its prevention. design of unlined canals .Garg. site selection. optimum water supply.L. guide bunds and launching aprons. SESSIONALS Design and drawing (sketching) details of irrigation works are to be covered in the tutorial periods. 2.CE-352 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING -II UNIT . Bed load transport equation. reclamation of water logged and salt affected lands. consumptive use of water. UNIT . Water logging and salt efflorescence: Water logging cause.Kennedy's Lacey's Basak. affecting duty. Theory & Design of Irrigation Structure by R.V River Training works: Objectives of river training. mass curve analysis life of reservoir Types of weirs and barrage . Asawa. silt excluder and slit ejectors. lay out functions components weir design . . Jains at Roorkee press. Irrigation Engg. methods of water application. soil-water relationship. principal crops and their water requirement. 4. Vol. river training methods. Gupta.

Suggested text books and reference : 1. Standards for different uses. Intake Structures. 6. Physical. Enviromental Engineering Vol. Water Supply Engineering by R. Rowe and George Tchobanoglous. 2. Water Softening.S Birdie and J. Rising and Gravity mains.Chatterjee. Characteristics of water quality. Unit III Water Distribution System : Distribution Reservoir capacity.Peavy. Ashok Jain and Arun Jain. Unit II Water Conveyance System : Conveyance of Water. Analysis of distribution network. Maintenance. Sources of water. Water Supply and Sewage by Terence J.Duggal. Disinfection. Water and Waste Water Technology by Mark T Hammer.CE-353 ENVIROMENTAL ENGINEERING -I Unit I Water Quality & Quality : Water Demand.S. Water Borne diseases. 9. Water Distribution Network .C. Chemical and Biological water quality parameters. Birdie.K. Pipe materials and Pipe fitting. Capacity and pressure requirements.N. Advanced methods of Water treatment. 5. 4. Kshirsagar. Dissolved solids removal. Population forecasting. Water Quality requirements. 7.Water Supply Engineering by Santosh kumar Garg. Pumps systems and pumping stations. 1 . Donald R. Filtration. Water Supply Engineering by B. 8. 3. Water supply in buildings and plumbing. Elements of Public Health Engineering by K. Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering by G.Mcghee. Layout. Unit V Other Water Treatment Processes : Purification Processes in natural systems. Valves and appurtenances. Deflouridation. Fluctuations in demand. Removal of Taste and odor. . leak detection. Enviromental Engineering by Howard S.S. Unit IV Conventional Water treatment Processes : Aeration Sedimentation Coagulation and Flocculation. Punnia. Water Supply Waste Disposal and Environmental Pollution Engineering by A. O&M and trouble shooting for conveyance system.

Foundation on expansive and collapsible soils. . Compaction . . materials and applications. Design of sheet piles under various end conditions well foundation for bridges and aspect of design tilt and shifts. rafts and floating foundation. limits of total and differential settlement. analysis. 3. 5.field and laboratory methods. Skempton. cofferdams. determination of natural frequency. stability of infinite slopes by method of slices. negative skin friction.S. I.Tezaghi. Considerations for collapsible soils. Sheet Piles (Bulk Heads) : Rigid and flexible retaining walls. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by Arora. Analysis and Design of Structures by Swami Saran. Unit IV Well Foundation : Equilibrium of well and analysis for stability. estimation of individual and group capacity of piles in cohesive and noncohesive soils. Soil Improvement Techniques : Soil stabilisation using lime. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering by Terrzaw and Perle. Pile load test. inclined and lateral loads. bitumen and mechanical energy. Unit V Machine Foundation : Modes of vibration. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by VNS Murthy. Vibro floation and Geosynthetics. proctor compaction. reinforced earth retaining walls.Code on B. vibration isolation. footing. Unit II Stability of Slopes – Types of failure of finite and infinite slopes. effect of vibration on soils. Foundation Analysis and Design byBowtes.CE-354 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING–II Unit I Bearing Capacity and Shallow Foundation : Bearing capacity . piles under tension. piles . Unit III Deep Foundation : Philosophy of deep foundation. caissions. Balla.types & selection. Determination of anchor force and depth of peneration. correction for rigidity . static and dynamic approaches. Mayerhof & Hansan. stability of infinite slopes in sands and clays. friction circle methods. settlement of pile groups. remedial measures..C. construction techniques inclusing use of CNS layer and under reamed pites. 6. Analytical and Graphical methods. Soils and Foundation by Liu and Evitt. Design of block foundation for impact type of machinery.factors affecting BC. Text Books : 1. Taylor’s. Stability number . 4. Determination of BC . 2. foundations . concept . characteristics and treatment of expansive soils.Ultimate and allowable theories of bearing capacity . criteria for design .

Punmia.A. gusseted bass and grillage footing. Design of Steel Structures by N.S.Dayaratnam 2.bowled joints also. net area and effective area.C. Plate girders. .Negi 4. Unit V Angular and tubular roof trusses Text Books :1.CE-355 STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND DRAWING – II (Steel Structures) Unit I Indian Standard Steel Sections. Design of Steel Structures by P. Comprehensive Design of Steel Structures by B. Design of Steel Structures by S.III Design of simple and built up beams. Design of Steel Structures by S. Design of riveted and welded joints (including eccentrically loaded joints). Unit IV Slab base. UNIT .Kazimi 5. Unit II Tension and compression members.Duggal 3.K. Gross area. Built up columns with battens and lacing.

To measure turbidity PH. To determine alkalinity of water sample. To determine hardness in water sample. preparation of standard solution. 3. 4. 8. pH. 9.I LAB List of Experiments : 1. conductivity of water samples. Water sampling procedure preservation of samples. measurement of chlorine demand of water sample and chloride residual. moisture content in soiled waste sample. 5. To determine Chloride in water sample. 6. 11. 7. 10. To determine acidity in water sample.CE-391 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. gravity. To determine total dissolved solids. To determine Sulphate in water sample. 2. Manganese and Fluoride in water sample. . To determine dissolved Oxygen in water sample. Determination of bulk density. Determination of Iron.

Flash and Fire Point Test 11. Abrasion Test (a) Los Angeles (b) Deval Abrasion 3. Shape Test (a) Flakiness Index (b) Elongation Index 6. 2. 4. CBR Test. 10. Bulk Density 7. Penetration Test. Softening Point Test 9. Aggregate Impact Test. 8. . Specific Gravity and Water Absorption Test 5. Ductility Test.CE-392 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB –II List of Experiments : 1. Aggregate Crushing Value Test.

Cylindrical tanks with conical and segmented bottom. water tanks : Circular tanks with flexible and rigid joint.S. Text Books :6. Design of girders.Negi 9.C.III Unit I R. Steel Tanks with flat plates.VII SEMESTER CE-401 STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND DRAWING. Unit III Introduction to prestressed concrete. . Rectangular and circular overhead tanks (Domical bottom). Staging. Unit II Steel water tanks . Method of prestressing losses.A.K. Pressed Steel Tanks.Dayaratnam 7.Kazimi 10.Duggal 8. Unit IV Design of plate girder railway bridge.C.Punmia. Design of Steel Structures by P. Unit V Design of RCC silos and bunkers. Comprehensive Design of Steel Structures by B. Design of Steel Structures by S. Design of Steel Structures by N. Intze tank. Design of Steel Structures by S.C.

Text Book :1. Buttress dams . Elementary study of power house structures. stability analysis. evaluation of profile by method of zoning. 3.D.Varshney . Gravity dams : site selection. typical earth dam sections. Unit IV Spillways : Types and selection. 2. turbine setting. Unit III Earth & Rockfill Dams : Types . Cavitation draft tubes. elementry profile. 4. side channel and chute spilways. different types. Concrete Dams by R. site selection.K. design of ogee .CE-402 HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES Unit I Dams : Classification. Spilway crest gates and sluice gates. Earth & Rock-fill Dam by H. selection of turbines.S. Unit II Arch dams : site selection. energy dissipation devices. causes of failure and design criteria. foundation treatment. Irrigation Engineering & Hydraulic Structures by S. stability analysis.Garg. Hydraulic Structures by Narayanan & Novak. General features of hydroelectric schemes.Sharma. practical profile. design principles of vertical lift and redial gates. surgetanks.types and designs. construction joints. galleries in gravity dams. low and high gravity dams. estimation and prevention of seepage. Unit 5 Hydropower Plants : Types of hydropower plants. design. under ground power houses.

.CE-403 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – II Unit 1 Wastewater Characteristic & Collection : Biological water quality Parameters. Manual of Wastewater Treatment. septic and Imhoff tanks. Techobauoglous. Water & Wastewater Engineering by Birdi 3. chemical and biochemical processes involved. activated sludge process include their modifications . organic discharge and stream ecology. standards for disposal. Rowe. operation and maintenance aspects. construction and maintenance of sewer. effluent standards. oxidation ditches and aerated lagoons. stabilisation ponds. Preliminary treatment methods sedimentation tanks. sewerage schemes and design of sewers for both separate and combined systems. Unit 2 Engineered Systems for Wastewater Treatment : Water purification processes in natural systems : physical. Anaerobic lagoons. Disposal of treated effluents. Flow fluctuations and estimations for domestic & industrial sewage. reuse of effluents. Hydraulic Profiles. sludge drying beds and disposal of sludge. Environmental Engineering by Peauy. Introductory Concepts of treatment of industrial sewage and common effluent treatment plants. UASB etc. Text Book :1. sewer appurtenants. pumping stations. Unit 4 Anaerobic Systems and Treatment of Sludge : Introduction to Anaerobic process such as Anaerobic filters. CPHEEO. Unit 3 Theory and design of biological treatment methods such as trickling filters. plant design. Unit 5 Wastewater Treatment Plants and Advanced Wastewater Treatment : Treatment Plants : site selection. sludge thickening. Source and Treatment (aerobic/ anaerobic) of sludge. 2. Advanced Wastewater treatment for Nutrient and Solids removal. .

APPLIED SOIL MECHANICS Stress distribution is soils :. 5.Boussinesq & Waster gaard’s formule for point leads and their comparison. computation of vertical stress beneath loaded areas line and stril loads . contact pressure and settlements. 7. 4. thermal and electromosis. Soil testing techniques.stresses beneath rectangular and circular areas. stabilisation of subgrade for roads and embankments . The improvement of soil. Stability of Slopes : Infinite slope. sheet piles and anchor bulk heads. Skempton corrections. field control. compaction ratio. secondary compressions. Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundation.I CE-411 1. factor of safety.ELECTIVE . use of grain size distribution curves. uses on under . engineering uses of index properties. Meyerhoff and Balla’s theory. effect of compaction on soil properties.reamed piles. Advanced Soil Mechanics by Varada Rajan. 6. Text Book :1. analysis of test results. expansive soils and their engineering problems. 3. arching in soil . consideration of earthquake forces in slope stability analysis. 8. chemical. Earth Pressure Theories : Non cohesive and cohesive backfill analytical and graphical methods for uniform and non uniform surchage. Terzaghi’s theory. . used of sand drains. equipments used for field compaction. mechanical. Soil stabilisation. distribution of earth pressure in deep excavation. bearing capacity of deep foundation failure surface and settlement calculations. New mark’s influence chart. total and effective stress analysis. Application of one and three-dimensional consolidation theories to soil engineering problems. field control. 2. laboratory and field compaction.

transportation. biodegradable. closure of landfills. sources and types of hazardouns and infactions wastes in municipal solid wastes. stabilization and solidification . Unit V Hazardous Wastes : Origin . land disposal . processing. . Unit II Solid waste generation and collection. site remediation. thermal methods. Treatment and disposal methods. Handling storage. Composting gas generation. chemical and biological properties of solid wastes. biological and chemical conversation . Land filling . Unit III Disposal of solid Waste : Materials separation and processing. quantity and quality parameters. thermal conversation. disposal on land disposal into water bodies.412 SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT Unit I Solid Waste : Sources. Unit IV Industrial Solid Wastes : Composition. methods of detoxification. toxic solid wastes. recycling of material in municipal solid wastes.ELECTIVE – I CE. conveyance. physical. Legal aspects of municipal solid waste collection. treatment and disposal. physico-chemical and biological. types compositions. non biodegradable hazardous.

simple and compound interest . depreciation. public vs practice sectors. multinationals. profit maximization vs social responsibility of business. Economics 4. amortization and present worth. business ethics. Books :1. monetory and fiscal policies.Economics of Development & Planning 2. Tarachand Samualson Shukla . Vikas Pub. employment and income. Business Organization Agraeal & Lal. Unit V : Introduction to business Organization –II Time value formoney. method of proving for depreciation. rationale and types of growth . life and salvage value. plan and pattern of Industrialization. entrepreneurship. poverty and balance regional development. foreign aid and FEMA. rationale and types of growth strategies. nature and scope of business. green revolution. relationship between depreciation. types and functions. foreign capital investment . role . concepts and features of public enterprise. replacement . Indian industries. population theories. Engineering and economics. reserve bank of India. principles. Indian currency system and foreign exchange. joint venture-definition. India’s foreign trade and WTO. scope. repairs. monopoly. the bank and iys functions. theory of money and choice. Unit II : Features of Indian Economy-I Broad features of Indian Economy. role and problems of small business. renewals. industrialization in India. Economic problems. depletion cost. economic reforms in India. annuity . Infrastructure in the Indian Economy. concept of business growth. financial institutions and SEBI. business and its environment. unemployment . money and its function.ELECTIVE –I CE-413 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS & BUSINESS ORGANIZATION Unit I : Introduction to Economics Introduction to Economics. characteristics. balance of payments. savings and investment. competition. India’s five year plans. demand and supply. Natural resources and economic development. economic good and wealth. its importance. definitions. industrials policy. free trade protection. Economic growth and economic development . Engineering Economics 3. stages in company formation. gross national product. theory of firm. population. approaches and use of study. Unit III : Features of Indian Economy –II The indigenous and modern banking system in India. promotions. net national product consumption. business enterprise. Agriculture development. Unit IV : Introduction to Business Organization –I Concept .

Hydraulics of Sediment Transport. Govier & K. M<echanics of Sediment Transportation and alluvial Stream Problems. critical tractive force. 2. R.ELECTIVE -I CE-414 SEDIMENT TRANSPORTATION ENGG. fundamental properties of individual sediment particles.J.g.H. Suspended Load Transport : Mechanism of suspension. The Flow of Complex Mixtures in Pipes by G. sediment distribution equations.Garde & k. Unit III Bed Load Transport : Bed load equations empirical. non–cohesive materials and alluvial materials.Ranga Raju willey Eastern Ltd. secondary factors influencing stable channel design . effect of temperature or suspended load transport. methods of sediment control and their details . Pergamon Press. Properties of Sediment s : Origin & formation of sediments. some approximate methods. Incipient motion of sediment particles. Text Book 1. . water requirements. life concept. wash load. Velocity Distribution in Alluvial Streams : Velocity distribution and resistance in turbulent flow over rough boundaries. Unit I Introduction to sediment & Fluvial Hydraulics.Zandi. effect of hydraulic conditions on sediment transport. Unit II Regime of Flows : Description in Regimes of flow of regimes. microscopic and macroscopic methods . Tornoto. bulk properties of sediments. 3. Sediment Control in Canals : Sediment controlling actions.W. competent velocity.Aziz. 4. semi theoretical and based on dimensional considerations saltation. W. McGraw Hill Series in Water Resources.Graf. velocity distribution in alluvial streams. critical tractive stress. stable channels carrying clear water in coarse. general equations of diffusion. van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd. Unit V Design of Stable Channels : Variables in channels design and conditions of design. Hydraulics Transport of Bulky Materials I. Unit IV Total load transport : Approaches to the problem. resistance to flow in alluvial stream.

2.Roorkee. .Kadiyali L. behavioral approach. intervening opportunity and competing opportunity models. corridor type travel planning. Unit-III Trip distribution – Growth factor methods. UNIT-V Intelligent transportation system. Traffic engineering and transport planning. .Netherlands. Books: 1. UNIT-IV Land use transport planning. LRT. gravity model. McGraw Hill. trip generation methods and there comparison. model split analysis. Highway engineering. transport related land use models. Urban travel characteristics. trip route assignment. .G. state wide and regional transportation planning. two stage model splits models. passenger and goods transportation.ELECTIVE –I CE-415 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING UNIT-I Hierarchical levels of planning. . economic evaluation of transport plan. .Hutchinson B. Principles of urban transport system planning. Transportation planning models. general concept and process. 3. development of bus as a transit systems. private and public travel behavior analysis. Urban mass transportation planning. Khanna publishers. 4.Khanna and Justo. Nemchand brothers. UNIT-II Travel demand estimation and forecasting.R. Elsevier science publishers.Florian Michael. New York.

pretensioning and posttensioning anchorage.ELECTIVE -I CE-416 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE 1. calculation of deflections. stresses due to shrinkage . Design of continuous beams. Design of pretensioned and post-tensioned (Type I.II. Design of composite prestressed beams . limit state design. design for shear and bond. choice of section and cable profile.III) beams. stresses in end block. 6. loss of prestress. Principle of prestressing . 3. design of cylinder pipes. 5. shear connectors. non cylinder pipes and water tanks. 2. 4. materials for prestressing . Design of portal frames. Circular prestressing. .

Unit. use of Geomembranes .Gerard P.V Use of Geosynthetics in Roads and Railways. Van santvrot.A.J. mandal.A. internal stability.proceedings First Europian Geosynthetics Conference. filtration. Geomembranes. Unit -I Reinforced Earth : History . A. Functions of Geosynthetics.Geomats and Geocomposites and economic aspects of their applications. -J.S. dewatering and reclamation of land . overview of Geotextiles. physico.N.Oxford and IBH publishing company private Ltd. • Geosynthetics World .Balkema.. • Reinforced Soil and Geotextiles -J.U.Geowebs. shear strength of reinforced soil.field of applications.mechanical .New Delhi.Design and Construction. theoretical strength models. separation. internal stability . proceedings FIGC.A. overall stability . Balkema. Geonets. protection. Tarmat. factors affecting .R. retaining wallsexternal stability.For linning application. Unit.foundation stability and bearing capacity failures -Construction of the steep slope. Unit . drainage system .II Production of Geotextiles . installation techniques. management and maintenance References: • Geotextiles and Geomembranes in Civil engg. natural fibers . composites. Geogrids. fluid transmission.A.M.Willey Eastern Limited . New Delhi.N.T. Mandal. • Geosynthetics : Application . .1988.III Soil Reinforcement : Basic principle of soil reinforcement.Control of groundwater level.publisher-Brookfield .New Delhi. embankment on soft soils.hydraulic and chemical properties.ELECTIVE –I CE-417 REINFORCED EARTH AND GEOSYNTHETICS ENGG.IV Calculation methods : Basic concepts.Oxford and IBH publishing company.requirements on synthetic reinforcement.Netherland . Unit .

approximate solution and functions. sub-parametric. weighted residual methods.Newmann and Robin boundary conditions and their applications UNIT – V Newton Cotes and Guass Legendre quadrature for numerical integration. derivation of linear and quadratic interpolation functions.Elective-I FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (FEM) CE-418 UNIT – I Basic concepts of mathematical models and numerical simulation. Jabobians . UNIT – IV Derivation of element matrix for simple 1D and 2D problem equations. classification of partial differential equations. weighted integral statements. FEM concepts and features. UNIT – III Interpolation functions. assembly of element matrices. Ritz method. local and global coordinates. application of Dirichlet. natural and area coordinates. Initial and boundary value problems. inter element continuity. serendipity elements. steps in FEM analysis. iso-parametric and super parametric formulations. weak formulation. derivation of weak form. UNIT – II Variational principles. 1D. 2D and 3D elements. application of FEM to simple discrete system and continuous domain problems of civil engineering . global matrix derivation. application areas.

K. 3.I (CE. Permeability and its measurement .. McGraw-Hill Publications . Superposition: Multiple well system. natural and artificial gravel packed wells 4. “Ground Water Hydrology”. WATER QUALITY Saltwater intrusion –Environmental concern. Artificial recharge -. Safe yields. 2000. WELL CONSTRUCTION Different methods of well construction: construction of well casings and screens. Effect of partial penetrations of wells.Elective . GROUND WATER DEVELOPMENT Infiltration gallery .. pumping and recuperation tests. Ground water basin management and Conjunctive use 5.Darcy's Law. 2..M. semi-confined and unconfined aquifers. Groundwater pollution: source identification methods TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2000.. “Ground Water Hydrology”. Wiley Eastern Ltd. 2.Hydrogeological Cycle – water level fluctuations.419) GROUND WATER ENGINEERING 1. WELL HYDRAULICS Steady and unsteady flow in confined. estimation. 3. John Wiley and Sons. C Walton. radial flow. Raghunath H. Tdd D. FUNDAMENTALS OF GROUND WATER Introduction – Characteristic of Ground water –Occurrence Types of aquifers and Distribution of water Ground water movement. “Ground Water Resource Evaluation”.

Text Book :1.Sawyer. rural energy planning. supply and resources. Engineering Aspects : Load predictions .. concepy of automatic control. . load factor. concept of national grid. voltage & reactive power control. microprocessor applications in power systems. reliability analysis energy system. energy storage and conservation techniques. Solar. 3. Environmental degradation & control strategies. Instrumentation : measurement of pressure . Tidal . Ecological & Environmental aspects : Impact assessment of power plants on environment and ecosystem. water population and their control. Nuclear. 5. M. Losses in energy generation.H. wind . capacity factor etc. Economic feasibility and cost analysis. Thermal. peak load. energy requirement and demand forecasting. Planning : Energy scenerio of the world in general and India in particular with respect to demand. Air population. transmission and distribution. Geothermal. operation and economics of power stations. Generation : Production of energy from conventional and non conventional sources Hydel. isolated and integrated planning. Energy Planning & Management by D. plant factor.ELECTIVE-II CE-421 ENERGY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 1. base load. flow temperature and humidity. power & frequency control . 4.D. 2. Bioconversion etc. energy audit and econimics.

B. Religio. transportation approach. Food. Environmental Impact Assesment by Larry W. planning and decision making. 5. Market based instruments including taxation for pollution control. Text Book :1. Land Services etc. energy approach. Environment Management in India by R. Unit II Review of Remedial Actions : Rural and urban approaches. Agriculture and Infrastructure.K. Review of national and international developments related to environmental issues. 6.R. . Capital.D.Sapru. Environmental Audit (EA). environment.Canter. technological and regulatory responses. Environmental Planning. Risk Assessment (RA) etc. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) . Siting of industries and concept of Zoning Atlas. Concepts in Environmental Impact Analysis by S. 7.philosophical approaches and concept of Deep ecology. Studies in Environment and Development by R. agricultural approach. Economic valuation of environmental assets and preliminary concept of Natural Resource Accounting. health and economy. society. Unit IV Sustainable development : Concept of limits to growth in terms of population. Policies and Programmes in India by K. Their interlinkeges and use of Systems approach including feed back loops. Carrying capacity of systems. concept and methodologies for initial environmental examination (IEE).ELECTIVE II CE-422 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT Unit I Environmental Problems and Issues : Explosion of Environmental issues and scientific.Shrivastava.Singh. prerequisites for sustainable development. Ecology and Environment by P. Case studies for the above. Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).Sharma 2.D. concepts of sustainable development in the various sectors of economy such as Industry. 4. Resources.Shukla & P. Energy. Effects on ecology. human dimensions. industrial approach. Planning and Economics : Multidisciplinary environmental strategies.K.Saxena. Role of environmental ethics. Technological solutions and Role of technology .Lohani. Unit V Impact Assessment: Collection of baseline data. 3. Unit III Environmental Management. Environmental Quality Management by Bindu N.

Design of buildings. 2. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design by Krishnaraju. circular slabs for different loading and eadge conditions. Composite construction. Steel-concrete composite beams. beams with in-situ slab and precast rib.-I by R. Johnson. Composite Structures Vol.P. slabs of irregular shape by yield-line theory. Reinforced Concrete Design by Sinha & Roy.ELECTIVE-II CE-423 ADVANCED REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1. Design of slabs. circular slabs with central hole. . 3. Text Book :1. Waffle slabs. 2. buildings frames and industrial frames. 4. Folded plates and cylindrical shells. 3.

crystal systems and crystal symmetry. sedimentary and igneous rocks.Rock forming and one minerals. Soil groups of India.Text Book & Geology by V.Geology for Engineers by Joseph M. 4. 7. Arial photogeological study and remote sensing. objects of Geological investigation for engineering projects like dams .K.Basngar. soil formation and classification.K. (2) Geophysical investigation methods and its importance for geological investigation. Indian examples of dams & Tunnels. tunnels. 5. .sources. causes and effects.Degraff. Unit II Study of igneous. 2.Test Book of Geology by P. Land slides study. crystallography . faults.Principles of Engineering Geology .Engineering and General Geology by Parbeen Singh. porosity and permeability . Engineering properties of rocks for civil engineering work.ELECTIVE II CE-424 APPLIED GEOLOGY Unit I Study of minerals with their properties .Garg. Jesome V. free ground water and confined water.Rebert B Johnson. causes of earthquake intensity and magnitude.Trefethen. Classification of rocks and petro graphic properties.Terminology related to earthquake. unconformities. Importance of these features in Engineering importance. faulting. 3.D. roads.Mukharjee. unconformity and joints. (B) Study of structural features such as folds. Their different kinds and causes of folding. Unit IV (A) Earthquake . Aerial photogeological and Remote Sensing. 6. engineering considerations of earthquake.Physical & Engineering Geology by S. Unit V (1) Physical and engineering properties of soil. Ground water potential of India. A text book of Geology : General and Engineering by K.Muthayya. bridges etc.M. Unit III Ground Water . Text Books :1. reservoir. water bearing properties of rocks.

Strengthening of Existing Pavements : Rigid and flexible overlays and their design procedures.Khanna & C. joints. Temperature stresses. Text Book :1. IRC method. calculation of ESWL.Justo. warping stresses. 4. Bossinesque’s theory.ELECTIVE -II CE-425 PAVEMENT DESIGN Unit I 1. Rigid Pavements : Evaluation sub-grade. Stress distribution through various layers. Pavement Deign by Yoder & Witezak. Burmister’s method and north Dakota cone method. repetition of loads and their effects on the pavements structures. Modulus . Road Design by HMSO. IRC specifications for design of flexible and Rigid Pavement . Equivalent Single Wheel Load (ESWL) : Definition . Unit V (20 Marks) 5. stresses in flexible pavements. Unit IV (20 Marks) 4. 2. Conc. Highway Engineering by S. rigid pavement design. critical combination of stresses. 3. critical loading positions. PCA chart method. Flexible Pavements : Component parts of the pavement structures and their functions. Westergaard’s stress theory stresses in grid pavements. Service ability Index Method. Evaluation of Existing Pavements : Benkleman beam method. Unit III (20 Marks) 3. Burmister’s two layered theory. design and construction & types.E. Unit II (20 Marks) 2.K.G. CBR method. methods of design. group index method.K by plate bearing test and the test details. frictional stresses.

circulation . simplification of field equations. singular forces in terms of velocity potential (Blasius theorem and application. stagnation points. wells in uniform bed. Conformal transfprmation and mapping (including Schwartz christoffel). Kelvin’s relation. source. Fluid Kinetics : Mathematical and streamline representation of velocity . Altven theorem. Unit V Magneto Hydrodynamics : Definition. Kinematics boundary conditions and impulsive motions. and D’Alembert’s parabox. vortex streets (rows). numerical methods of solution. ideal & real fluid properties. vorcity vector. sinks doublet and image. Vortex Dynamics : General fluid motions. wave celerity and types. Potential and stream functions : Velocity potential . basic field equations (medium at rest. . other analogies. medium in motion). Unit IV Hydraulic Flows : Confined porous-media flow .ELECTIVE II CE-426 HYDRO DYNAMICS Unit I Introduction : Fluid Mechanics & Hydrodynamics types of fluids. standing waves (deep water & shallow water dams). vortex construction theorems. Irrotational and rotational motion . Kutta-joukowsky law. Kelvin’s circulation theorem . Lagally’s theorem). and seepage under dams. MHD waves and altven waves. continuity equation (Lagrange’s & Euler’s form and relation between the two forms). fluids as continuum. unsteady and relative motions acceleration. integration of equations of motions. steady. Wave Motions : Water waves . description of vortex motions (line vortices & line doubles). Darcy’s law. electro conductivity analogy. Unit II Fluid Kinetics : Equation of motion . rhelogical properties. Unit III Methods of solution (Potential Flows): Hydrodynamics singularities in two-dimensional flows. stream function .

Digital image processing. Geospatial data analysis using GIS techniques. UNIT-V Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS) and its components. 1996. map coordinate systems and map projections. Various applications of GPS and integration of GPS data with local datum maps. Preprocessing. Various raster spatial data models and their compression techniques. Digital map accuracy considerations for the GIS applications. Routledge . Martin. Geographic Information Systems. B. administration. Wavelets and Their Applications: Case Studies. Freeman. UNIT-IV Digital processing of remotely sensed images for the extraction of information in various applications. II edition. microwave and LiDAR. 1995. et... Campbell. Gruen. and Woods. Philadelphia. Introduction to image convolution and enhancement techniques. Addisson-Wesley. Application and Programming Techniques . R.) 1998. 3rd edition. D. Gonzalez. I edition. 1992. REFERENCES Hofman-Wellenhof. Automatic extraction of man-made objects from aerial and space images. Image classification using neural network and wavelets techniques. thermal. California. business. Siam Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. B. Guidelines for the selection of map digitization accuracy and scanning DPI for various types of maps. Addison. Birkhauser Verlag. edited. Relational data base management system (RDBMS) for the storage of map feature attribute information and their analysis. regional planning etc. II edition. M.Taylor & Francis. 1996.ELECTIVE – II CE-427 GEOSPATIAL DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS UNIT-I Introduction to electronic equipments used for the map data collection such as EDM. al.. James A. Platforms for earth resource sensors and remotely sensed image acquisition from different types of remote sensors such as optical.Wesley Publishing Company. Wein. R. Kobayashi. . New York.. London. Basel. Geostatistical tools in spatial data analysis. London. Neural Networks: Algorithms. Different image resampling methods and their selection for remote sensing applications. New York. GIS as a tool in decision making for various applications such as engineering projects. UNIT-II Different types of maps used in engineering projects and their conversion into digital form using digitization and scanning. UNIT-III Remote sensing terminology and spectral characteristics of earth surface features. Global positioning system: Theory and practice. Springer-Verlag. Introduction to remote sensing. Raster and vector data formats for digital map storage and their comparative advantages and disadvantages. total station and Global Positioning System (GPS) GPS principle. 1993. E. et. C. J.. al (edited). A. 2000. (ed. registration and georeferencing of remotely sensed images. 3nd edition.

Unit IV. Unit V. Energy Conservation.Hydel Energy System Types of Hydro Power Plant. Gasification and Combustion of Bio-mass. Energy Collection and Devices. Environmental aspects of renewable Energy Systems. Bio-gas as a Renewable Energy Source.Solar Energy System MHD and Gio Thermal Renewable Energy Systems . Scheme of Development of Tidal Energy. Wind Turbines. Gasifiers. Conventional Energy Sources. Design and constructional features. Renewable Energy Sources need and Development of Renewable Energy Sources. Solar Water Heater.P. Solar Pump etc. Unit II-Solar Energy System Principle and Scope. Solar Cells. Energy conservation systems by rakosh das begmudre 2. Importance of Small Hydro Power Plants. types of Renewable Energy Systems. Non conventional energy sources by GD Das 3. Unit III-Bio Energy System Biomass and its uses. types of turbines for small hydro.Principles and Application Appropriate Energy Technology for Rural Development.ELECTIVE . estimation of Primary and Secondary Power. Tidal and Wave Energy its scope and Development. and their Elements. characteristics of biomass.II CE-428 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS Unit I-Introduction Global and National Energy Scenario. Wind Farms. bio mass conversion processes. Solar Energy by Padmashree S. Sukhatme . types of bio-gas plants. Solar Radiation. Text Books : 1. Introduction to Wind Energy Conversion. Bio-gas Plant and its components.

Elective -II CE-429 UNIT: I Environmental Risk Assessment & Life Cycle Analysis Basic concepts of environmental risk and definitions. and degradation. definitions. Product life-extension. Environmentally conscious design and manufacturing approaches. Product life cycle stages. Eco-Labels and Life-Cycle analysis (LCA). tools and problems. UNIT: IV System life-cycles from cradle to reincarnation. examples. pollution. Hazard identification procedures. Rules. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Event Tree analysis (ETA). Sustainable development and industrial ecology. Design for Environment: Motivation. UNIT: V Recyclability assessments. societal risk). steps. regulations and conventions. Industrial ecology and Eco-industrial parks. Risk management. guidelines. fire and explosion models. Re-manufacturability assessments. Life-Cycle Accounting and Costing. methods. effect models etc).. LCA methodology. Design for Remanufacture / Reuse practices. Calculation and presentation of risk (individual risk. frequency modeling techniques e. . Case studies: Human factors in risk analysis. and tools. Pollution prevention practices. Design for recycling practices. Consequence analysis and modeling (discharge models. concerns. Manufacturing process selection and tradeoffs.g. Organizational issues. Environmental Risk Zonation. UNIT: III Environmental health and safety. dispersion models. UNIT: II Estimation of incident frequencies: estimation of incident frequencies from historical date. Material toxicity.

Methane. 5. Determination of phosphorous and phosphate. 7. 2. Determination of Volatile acids. 4. Oxygen. Hydrogen Sulphide. To determine Biochemical Oxygen Demand of waste water sample. To determine chemical oxygen demand of waste water sample. suspended solids and dissolved solids. 9. 3. Determination of Sodium and Potassium by Hanne Photometer. Ambient air analysis by high volume sampler. Analysis of waste sample for Carbon Dioxide . Organic Nitrogen. 8. Determination of solids in waste water sample – Total solids. . Determination of Ammonia Nitrogen. 6.CE-441 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB –II List of Experiments : 1. Nitric Nitrogen and Nitrate Nitrogen of waste water sample. settleable solids.

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION The Practical examination shall consist of an oral test on the above work and sketching. OR shall submit a detailed report of experimental work/ software package on any specific problems of importance.CE-448 PROJECT PHASE –I & SEMINAR SESSIONAL Each candidate shall work on an approved projected of public building or any other civil engineering work and shall submit and a set of drawings in not less than 4 sheets. .

photo-interpretation keys. different types of maps used in engineering projects and their conversion into digital form using digitization and scanning. B. Multi–Spectral Scanners (MSS). Remote Sensing and image interpretation by Lillesand T. Attribute database: scale and source of inaccuracy. active and passive remote sensing. SUGGESTED TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCES: 1.. Components of GIS. Radar. Characteristics of photographic images. Principles of Geographic Information Systems for land Resources Assessment by P. Spectral windows and spectral signatures and their significance in remote sensing. GPS receivers. 2. analytical transformation. Thematic Mapper (TM). London. W. 3. repeativity. New York. colour. datums. GPS observation methods and their advantages over conventional methods. Campbell. thermal infrared scanning systems. UNIT-IV Geographic Information System (GIS) – Definition of GIS. Introduction to remote sensing by J.A. Taylor & Francis. image acquisition process. radiometry and pre-processing of remotely sensed imagery. UNIT-III Geometry. Linear Imaging Self Scanner (LISS). Data acquisition. buffers. John Wiley and Sons. Introduction to GPS technology and its role in GIS data input. classification. Radiometric quantities used in the collection of spectral signatures. projects.M. row/path and ground swath and coverage. aggregation. manual digitizing and semi-automatic line following digitization. Passive and active remote sensors: Return Beam Videocon (RBV). map projection. air borne and satellite based. and Kiefer R. Application of GIS in various natural resources mapping and management and various civil engg. techniques of photointerpretation. Raster and vector formats. Spectral and spatial resolution of various remote sensors with special relevance to Indian Remote Sensing satellites. electromagnetic radiations and their interactions with the earth features and atmosphere. scanners and digitizers.VIII SEMESTER CE-451 REMOTE SENSING AND GIS UNIT-I Definitions and introduction to remote sensing. Burrough . generalization. Lidar and SAR. UNIT-II Various remote sensing platforms like ground based. UNIT-V Raster to vector data conversion. Different types of remotely sensed data products. Methods of digitization. tone and texture. Ground truth collection and geo-referencing of imagery. Geographical concepts and terminology. inter visibility. coordinate systems for the mapping. rubber sheet transformation. GIS data storage and data retrieval through query. push broom scanners. Overlay: arithmetical. radiometers. Remote sensing satellite orbits. rectification and registration. logical and conditional overlay. Digital image classification techniques and extraction of thematic information. components of remote sensing system.

site selection and zoning. Sources of Air pollution : Effects of air pollution on health.Philips. control methods. historical episodes of air pollution. standards of air pollution. MN Rao & MN Rao 3. Text Book :1. Unit V Industrial Hygiene : Concept and importance . design and operation of various air pollution control equipments. various control methods. A. Unit II Sampling and Analyzing of Air Pollutants : Instruments pollution survey. Unit IV Air pollution in control legislation . animal. AIR Pollution Control. status of air pollution control in various countries. Unit III Principle of air pollution control. air diffusion and concentration pollutants. toxicity of various pollutants. public education pollution standards. plants and materials. industrial ventilation occupational diseases. properties of typical air pollutants. factory involved in environmental hazards. 2.ELECTIVE-III CE-461 AIR QUALITY MONITORING & CONTROL Unit I Air pollution problem : Economics and social aspects. process and equipment changes. general diseases caused by air pollutants. AIR Pollution .R.Stern . role of meteorological condition. Air Pollution by C.C.

Unit IV Terminal Facilities : Selection and design of equipments for terminal facilities. fundamentals of two phases.W. methodology associated with slurry pipeline. Fluid Transportation Engineering by S. bed forms.Yoan. Pipe Protection : Factors affecting life of pipeline system and methods of protection. rheology and classification of complex mixtures. . analysis of sediment motion .ELECTIVE-III CE-462 FLUID TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Unit I Mechanism of Solid transportation by Fluids : Types of fluids and basic equations of flow. alluvial channels. Unit V Pneumatic conveyance. motion of grain on channel bed. hydraulics of channels. Unit III Slurry Pipe Lines : Introduction to slurry pipeline system mechanics of hydraulic transport of solids by pipe lines. hydraulic capsule pipelines. Unit II Sediment Transport in open channels : Rigid mobile boundary channels. design methods. flow-phase seperation and setting behaviour. transport of setting solids. Text Book :1. flow of non-setting slurries.

level of service . clearance interval and problems on single isolated traffic signals. Problems on mass transportation and remedial measures. Studies. ITE 5) Traffic System Analysis for Engineering and Planning by Wohe and Martin .Volume.Isolated signals. ITE 4) Mannual of Transportation Engg.collection and interpretation of data. weight . methods of conducting speed and delay studies 3) Origin and destination studies(O&D) . density.Methods of parking studies cordon counts.Purpose .III CE-463 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Unit-I Traffic characteristics : 1) Road user characteristics . parking practices. 2) Vehicular characteristics Characteristics affecting route design width.mental and emotional factors .R.Various methods . flashing signals. height. simultaneous .Causes of accidents. foot candle. traffic actuated signals. Mass Transportation : 1) Express ways and free ways. space inventories. kadiyali 2) Traffic Engineering by Matson. 3) Accident studies .causes of delay. length and other dimensions. 5) Fundamental factors of night vision. accident studies and records. Unit-IV Traffic operations and Control : 1) Traffic regulations and various means of control. Types of traffic signals .General human characteristics. speed control signals. 2) Speed and delay studies . condition and collision diagram. preventive measures. planning and sampling Unit-III 1) Traffic capacity studies .power. speed and braking capacity of a vehicle. 2) Design of street lighting system 3) Definitions . Unit-V Street Lighting : 1) Methods of light distribution. lumin. practice affecting reaction time . physical . flexible and progressive signal systems.alternate.ELECTIVE. 3) Traffic signals . References: 1) Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning by L. Unit-II Traffic studies : 1) Spot speed studies and volume studies. utilization and maintenance factors 4) Different types of light sources used for street lighting. brief study of mass transportation available in the country. basic practical and possible capacities.Luminaire. PIEV theory . 2) Parking studies. Smith and Hurd 3) Transportation and Traffic Engineering by Randbrook. fixed time signals. pedestrian signals . 2) One way streets .Advantages and limitations. coordinated signals .

underground Foundation for Coastal and offshore structures : Marine piles. precast construction. inverted dome shell. Modern foundations by Arockia Samy. : Bedding of conduits. chimneys and cooling towers. foundations for offshore drilling platforms. reinforced earth. industrial structure and for ground storage tanks. . piles. conical shell. telecommunication and transmission line towers.ELECTIVE-III CE-464 MODERN FOUNDATIONS Unit I (a) Foundations in Special Soils : Foundations in expansive soils. tunnels. root . pressure meter testing of soils. Classification of shells used in foundation. construction of shell foundation. Foundation for guyed structure. (b) Modern Soil Testing : Centrifugal testing of soil models. Design of shell foundation – hyperbolic parabolodial shell. Unit IV Foundations for special structures : Foundations for water tanks. stone columns. Text Book: 1. foundations in over consolidated desiccated soils. and foundations for offshore defence installations. Unit II Modern Foundation Techniques : Drilled piers. Unit V Foundations for underground structure power houses. foundations in soft and compressible soils. in-situ construction. vibrofloation. the stabilizing action of drilling mud. Diaohragam walls and bored pile walls . sand wicks Unit III Shells in Foundation : shell as a structural form.. and reinforced concrete retaining walls with relieving shelves.

. Geometric programming. Numerical Integration. Computational Methods in Structural Engineering by Swami Saran & Gupta. Integer Programming. Unit II Computer implementation of plane frame and plane truss problems. shape function. Unit III Structural Optimization : Concave and Convex functions. Duality and sensitivity. Matrix Methods by Kanchi. Organisation of computation.ELECTIVE-III CE-465 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Unit I Matrix Method for Skeletal Structural Analysis : static and kinematic matrices. 2. Text Book :1. programming computations. Linear programming . principle of virtual work. convergence criteria. LDLT method. Unit IV Constrained Optimization . force and displacement methods with application to plane and space frame problems. Zeroth . Cholesky method. use of parametric and local coordinates.Kuhn Tucker conditions. first and second order methods of optimization. Exterior and Interior penalty functions. equation solvers-Gauss elemination method. Unit V Introduction to finite Element Method : Discretisation. Displacement and force models.

node equation loop equation. equivalent pipes. storage and distribution reservoir. demand of water. Roadways drainage system.Gupta . Network with loops. pipe line analysis and design. 2. large conduit design. availability of water. pipe materials. Water supply & Sanitory Engg. Water distribution system models. Unit IV Water Distribution System Analysis : Types of pipe network. flow equation. Text Books :1. Hardy-Cross method.N. forces and stresses in pipe band. pumps in water distribution system.Chandole – Khanna Pub. application of water distribution softwares. Hydraulic transient analysis.K. Hydrology & Hydraulic System –Ram S. Urban drainage system. Conduit System : Types of pipes. estimation of surface water flow at ungaged site.Som & Biswas .P. – V. resistance equations for flow. Printice Hall . Newton –Raphson method. methods of supplying water. design flood for hydraulic structure. Unit II Computation of extreme flow : Concept of probability in hydrology. methods of flood frequency analysis. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machinery – S. laying of pipes and joints . computer applications. numerical solution technique – linear theory method.ELECTIVE-III CE-466 HYDRAULICS SYSTEM MODELLING Unit I Development of water resources. design of loose boundary channels. measurement of peak discharge. Airport drainage system. New Delhi 3. design of rigid boundary channels. Unit V Drainage System : Types of drainage systems. Unit III Conveyance System : Methods of conveyance of water. Agriculture drainage system. computation of peak flow from precipitation.Naziram & S.

provisions of IS : 1893 and IS : 4326 for a seismic design of structures. ductility and energy absorption.V. methods based an interpolation of Excitation.. Newmark’s and Wilsons – q method. Unit II Numerical Evaluation of dynamic response – time stepping methods. Paz Mario. Structural Dynamics. Earthquake response of structures – Nature of dynamic loading resulting from earthquake. construction of response spectrum for elastic and inelastic system. response to arbitrary. intensity).K. system with mass and elasticity. 4.Definitions of the basic terms related to earthquake (magnitude. Berg. Dynamics of structures – Theory and applications to earthquake engineering . Unit III Elements of seismology . Chopra . design of structures for strength and serviceability. 3. McGraw Hill. ductile detailing IS : 13920. 2. & Penzien J. New York. G. Unit V Earthquake resistant design of structures. Reference books :1. Clough R. model and response history analysis.. Introduction to frequency domain analysis. New Delhi.A. Step. Prentice Hall of India. . Ramp an pulse Excitations. Prentice Hall of India. Dynamics of Structures .ELECTIVE -III CE-467 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING Unit I Single DOF system – Undamped and Damped response to Harmonic and periodic excitation. Delhi.W. . Elements of Structural Dynamics. Unit IV Multiple DOF system : Stiffness and flexibility matrices for shear building and forced vibrations-undamped and damped. CBS Publishers. New Delhi. analysis of Nonlinear Response. seismographs..

Codal provisions for Sampling techniques. Grouting techniques: Permeation. Deep stabilization: Preloading. Sub Soil Investigation Report writing. methods of stabilizing the bore holes. Geophysical methods: electrical resistivity. Method of site investigation: Direct methods. Laboratory compaction. compaction and jet. Deep compaction methods: vibroflotation.osmosis. UNIT 5 Dewatering Methods: Dewatering methods of excavation. Dynamic compaction UNIT 3 Soil Stabilization: Mechanical Stabilization: Role of fine and coarse fractions. flyash. semi-direct methods and indirect methods. method of mixing soil to get designed plasticity Index Stabilization with Additives: Lime. Electro. cement and other chemicals and bitumen. Boring in soils and rocks. . Drilling methods. UNIT 4 Grouting: Grout materials. Field methods for shallow surface compaction. sand drains and sand columns. comparison of properties of soil compacted to wet and dry-of optimum moisture content. Compaction control. UNIT 2 Compaction: Principles of compaction. Sampling disturbances. and seismic refraction methods.ELECTIVE – III CE-468 Site Investigations and Ground Improvement UNIT 1 Site Investigation: Planning of investigation programmes. Terra Probe.

Mass Spring-Dashpot model and calculation of response magnification. Unit III Approaches to design of Machine Foundations. types of foundations for different types of machines . different types of dynamic loads. Design of retaining wall subjected to dynamic earth pressure and stability analysis under earthquake forces. factors affecting liquefaction and preventive measures. Elastic theory Velocities of waves. Transmissibility of force. Unit IV Effects of dynamic loads on bearing capacity and earth pressure and slope stability. Handbook of M/c Foundation by Srinivasan & Vaidanathan . Dynamic Soil constants Cu. permissible dynamic amplitude and its relation with frequency.empirical and semiempirical methods. 2. Theory of Vibration : Free and forced vibrations .Das. effects of Rayleigh surface wave on engineering structures. its determination in laboratory. Lysner's lumped parameter approach. nature of dynamic forces produced by common machines. design of impact type of machine and reciprocating machine. Cτ. vibro-flotation . Soil Dynamics by Shamsher Prakash. Gr and D factors affecting and determination methods and approximate values. Principles of design of machine foundations. Harmonic and transient conditions.undamped and damped for single degree of freedom system. 3. Text Book :1. Compaction of soils under dynamic loads. Soil Dynamics by B. Unit V Body and surface waves. Cφ. Calculation of dynamic amplitude.M. Cψ. Unit II Determination of natural frequency of soil foundation system .ELECTIVE-IV CE-471 ELEMENTS OF SOIL DYNAMICS AND MACHINE FOUNDATION Unit I Importance of soil dynamics. design criteria and permissible amplitudes.

sludge disposal. 5. removal of inorganic and organic dissolved solids. natural purification of stream. common effluent treatment plant.Industrial Water Pollution Control by Eckenfelder . water pollution control board. operation and maintenance of plants. oxygen sag curve. recovery of bye products . such as reserve osmosis. advance methods of treatment.Environmental Industrial Pollution control by P.ELECTIVE-IV CE-472 INDUSTRIAL WASTE TREATMENT Unit I Problem of Water Pollution : Effects of wastes on streams and sewage treatment plant. ion exchange. distillery. toxicity of waste by bio-eassay method. reuse of waste water. 4.Carney.C.Pandey and G. stream standards and effluent standards. Unit V Combined Treatment of Waste Water Sewage : Energy requirement optimization and budget. biochemical oxygen demand. Hazardous wastes . Unit IV Conventional Methods of Treatment of Waste Water : Removal of suspended solids. 3.Arcieivala.Waste Water Treatment for Pollution Control by Soli J.Mahajan.Pollution Control in process industries by S. allowable organic load on stream classification of stream . .Impact handing and disposal. chemical oxygen demand and pH value of waste.P. paper and pulp tannery. 2. Brief study of industrial processes and treatment methods of waste water from common industries. 7. electrodyalysis. Text Book :1. low cost treatment plants.Trivedi and Gurdeep Raj. collection of data. Unit II Measurement of Water Volume : Sampling of waste waters.N. Unit III Pretreatment of Wastes : Volume and strength reduction.Fred Gurnham.Industrial Waste Water Source Control by Nancy Rilkmen and Clay Jones.Environmental Engineering by G.R. sewer rental charge instrumentation in waste water treatment plants. salvage of materials. requirement of water for different purposes. such as textile dairy. 6. design and operation. grab and composite samples. municipal regulation.Principles of Industrial Waste Treatment by C. analysis of waste water . algal harvesting etc.

Navier-Stockes equations. inviscid flows. Newton-cotes. Newton boundary condition. solution accuracy. Dirichlet Neumann. typical practical problems and models. coordinate transformations. . mesh refinement.ELECTIVE-IV CE-473 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) Unit I Introduction and overview of CFD . transfinite interpolation. Guass-Lagendre quadrature. Weighted residual. viscous laminar and turbulent flows. algebraic grid generation. consistency. structured and unstructured mesh. Laplace & Poisson Equation. Delaunay triangulation and voronoi diagram. Unit IV Numerical Integration . conformal mapping. Unit III Computational techniques. finite difference methods. Unit V Physical aspects of grid generation. Explicit and Implicit formulations. Lax –Equivalence theorem. Compressible and Incompressible flows. Finite element methods. Equations of motions. need . essential and necessary. Unit II Mathematical models of fluid dynamics. element geometries. panel method. stability and its method of analysis. finite Volume method .

need of effective management of construction projects. Study of M. 4. OPERATION RESEARCH 5. management of human resources. Inventory models. contracts. Bays decision procedure for construction project management.ELECTIVE . construction materials and equipment. gaining models competition models. Management information system for construction project through PERT/CPM network analysis and computers. Operation research procedure. Safety programme and settlement of disputes of a construction project. and other studies of management. and M. productivity in construction and quality control. Computer Applications/ CAD in construction industry. various types of models. Construction Engineering & Management by S. sanction. allocation. communications and human relations. Marketing management for construction sector. Case studies of cost and time overrun of projects. System approaches to management and organization theory. 3. Case studies of construction projects with personnel management problems.O.E. planning after award of contract. Waiting line models. Factors causing project implementation variances and construction management success. Role of construction sector in national development. 8. project control system. replacement models. Management of estimation.Sitaraman. 2. transportation and programming model’s (LP. the contrasting model of human motivation & behavior.B. Study of optimization techniques for decision making in construction.B. 7.IV CE-474 PROJECT MANAGEMENT & OPERATION RESEARCH PROJECT MANAGEMENT 1. Text Book :1. Management of project coordination. investment models and simulation techniques. . Sample Applications of Operation Research Techniques using following mathematical models. 6. management of motivation. NLP and dynamic) coordination models. introduction to operation research. Assignment.

ELECTIVE IV CE-475 ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN Unit I Plastic Analysis of simple and continuous girders for different loads and rolling loads. Theorems to calculate collapse loads and methods based on them. B.M.S. at collapse. Unit II Plastic analysis of portal frames and gable frames. Unit III Design of beams for strength, stability and serviceability criteria. Unit IV Design of portal frames and gable frames. Unit V Design of light gauge steel structures. Text Book :1. Design of Steel Structures by P.Dayaratnam 2. Plastic Methods of Analysis by B.G.Neal 3. Design of Steel Structures by A.S.Arya & J.L.Ajamani 4. Design of Steel Structures by L.S.Beedle 5. Design of Steel Structures by B.C.Punamia

ELECTIVE IV CE-476 HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING UNIT-I Type of Highway constructions, Water bound macadam (WBM), wet mix macadam (WMM), dry lean concrete (DLC), stabilized roads, bituminous construction and cement concrete construction. UNIT-II Type of Bituminous constructions, Interface treatments, wearing courses for roads and bridge deck slabs, selection of wearing courses under different climatic and traffic conditions, construction techniques and gravity control. UNIT-III Highway materials, Aggregates, Binders, additives, and there suitability. AggregatesPhysical and strength characteristics, gravity requirements and proportioning, texture, polishing and skid resistance. UNIT-IV Bituminous binders- Classification, characteristics and application, road tars, rheological characteristics- adhesion and stripping, penetration index, viscosity, temperature susceptibility, modified binders. UNIT-V Bituminous Mixes- Design of bituminous mixes and methods of testing, Marshall method, concrete paving mixes- mix design methods, IRC method, Road note no. 4. Books: 1.H.M.S.O.(London) , Bituminous materials in road construction. 2.Kerbs and Walker , Highway materials, McGraw hill book co. 3.H.M.S.O.(London). Concrete roads. 4.Khanna and Justo, Highway engineering. Nemchand brothers. Roorkee.

ELECTIVE IV CE-477 OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS Unit I Basic Fluid Flow concept and uniform flow in rigid and non rigid boundary channels. Unit II Specific energy, specific force and critical depth introduction, specific energy, specific force, critical depth computations , control sections, application of specific energy and critical depth concepts. Unit III Gradually varied Flow – Types, governing equation characteristics and classification of surface curves, computations of gradually , varied flow in prismatic and non prismatic channels, Delivery of canals and surges. Unit IV Hydraulic Jump and Surges – Introduction , Types of jump, Hydraulic jump in horizontal rectangular channels, Hydraulic jump in sloping rectangular channels, Location of hydraulic jump on Horizontal. Floor forced hydraulic jump, jump on non-rectangular channels, surges. Unit V Channel controls and Transitions Free overfall, thin-plate weirs, flow over spillways, broad crested weirs, side weirs sluice gates, standing wave flume, Flow between bridge piers, subcritical and super critical flow transitions.

ambient and road transport. strategic control and abatement measures. Annoyance rating schemes and value function curves. Assesment of impacts of noise on Environment UNIT III Special noise environments: Infra-sound. Psycho-acoustics and noise criteria. outdoor and indoor noise propagation. Human Vibration. UNIT V Noise pollution and management in Mines. Washeries. Noise prediction and modelling . health effects and control measures. . Machine vibration – monitoring and analysis. Noise monitoring: worksite. Vibration damping. Cement plants. multiple sources. Ground vibration and air blast.ELECTIVE IV CE-478 NOISE POLLUTION UNIT I Basics of acoustics and specification of sound. etc. Effects of noise on health. noise instrumentation and monitoring procedure. UNIT II Noise measurement techniques and analysis: Worksite. Environmental and health effects. impulsive sound and sonic boom. ambient and road transport. personal protector and green belt--principles and design considerations. Noise pollution sources plane. ultrasound. Vibration Isolation. sound intensity and sound pressure levels. point and line sources.. Fertilizer plants. UNIT IV Noise control measures . Legal aspects of noise pollution. sound power. Acoustic barrier. Muffling.whole body vibration problems in opencast mines. Noise standards and indices. Power plants.Sound absorption.

Small hydro power development. intakes.N.M.M. Books: 1. Selection of turbines. preliminary dimensions and planning.C Punmia & Pande . water conveyance systems-Penstocks.Barrows 4. Load studies. Surge tanks. Design flood. Reservoir storage. Reservoir operation. Water Power Engineering by M. Unit II Basic principle of hydropower generation. tidal plants.Sharma 3. Water Power Engineering by M. socioeconomic conditions and national economy. power canals Water hammer and surge analysis. Pondage. Project feasibility. Irrigation and water Power Engineering by B. environment. Impact of hydropower development on water resources systems.Desmukh 2. Unit IV Hydraulic design of various components of hydropower plants: Dams. Hydropower Project Planning. Water Power Engineering by H. Unit V Power house: Classification. Hydropower development schemes. Site selection. Unit III Hydrologic analysis: Flow duration and power duration curves.K.Dandekar & K.Elective-IV (CE-479) WATER POWER ENGINEERING Unit I Current scenarios in hydropower development. Dependable flow.

Cyclic plate load test 4. _________________ . Plate load test 3.CE-491 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB –II List of Experiments 1. Standard penetration test 6. PHASE-II & SEMINAR Each candidate shall work on an approved Civil Engg. CE-498 PROJ. Project and shall submit design and a set of drawings on the project. Consolidation test 2. Static cone penetration test 5. Block vibration test.

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