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B. Tech. III Semester (Civil) CET-201 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Marks: 150 Theory: 100 Sessional: 50 Duration: 3 hrs. 1. Analysis of stresses and strains: Analysis of simple states of stresses and strains, elastic constraints, bending stresses, theory of simple bending, flexure formula, combined stresses in beams, shear stresses, Mohr's circle, Principle stresses and strains, torsion in shafts and closed thin walled sections, stresses and strains in cylindrical shells and spheres under internal pressure. 2. Theory of Columns: Slenderness ratio, end connections, short columns, Euler's critical buckling loads, eccentrically loaded short columns, cylinder columns subjected to axial and eccentric loading. 3. Bending moment and shear force in determinate beams and frames: Definitions and sign conventions, axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams. 4. Three hinged arches: horizontal thrust, shear force and bending moment diagrams. 5. Deflections in beams: Introduction, slope and deflections in beams by differential equations, moment area method and conjugate beam method, unit load method, principle of virtual work, Maxwell's Law of Reciprocal Deflections, Williot’s Mohr diagram 6. Analysis of statically determinate trusses: Introduction, various types, stability, analysis of plane trusses by method of joints and method of sections, analysis of space trusses using tension coefficient method.
Books: 1. Strength of Materials Part-I, S.Timoshenko, Affiliated East-West Press, New .Delhi 2. Mechanics of Materials, Popov Nagarjan & Lu, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 3. Mechanics of Solids, Prasad, V. S. Gakgotia Pub., New Delhi. 4. Elementary Structural Analysis, Jain, A. K., Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee. 5. Elementary Struictural Analysis, Wibur & Nooris, McGraw Hill Book Co., Newyork. 6. Structural Analysis, Bhavikatti,S.S.,Vikas Pub.House,N.Delhi.
B. Tech. III Semester (Civil) CET-203 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION,MATERIALS & DRAWING L T P/D Total 4 2 6 Max. Marks: 150 Theory: 100 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. A. CONSTRUCTION 1. Masonry Construction: Introduction, various terms used, stone masonry-Dressing of stones, Classifications of stone masonry, safe permissible loads, Brick masonry-bonds in brick work, laying brick work, structural brick work-cavity and hollow walls, reinforced brick work, Defects in brick masonry, composite stone and brick masonry, glass block masonry. 2. Cavity and Partition Walls: Advantages, position of cavity, types of non-bearing partitions, constructional details and precautions, construction of masonry cavity wall. 3. Foundation: Functions, types of shallow foundations, sub-surface investigations, geophysical methods, general feature of shallow foundation, foundations in water logged
Stones: Classification. uses of terra-cotta. 4. Acoustics. introduction to deep foundations i. types of terra-cotta. manufacturing of tiles and terra-cotta. 7. water proofing treatment of roofs including pitched roofs. wall construction and accoustical design of auditorium. requirements of good structural stone.areas. constituents of good brick earth. testing of bricks. sound insulation of buildings. materials used. quarrying. ground. sound absorber. 6. Roofs and Floors: Types of roofs. manufacturing of bricks. queen post truss etc. Brick and Tiles: Classification of bricks. Damp-Proofing and Water-Proofing: Defects and causes of dampness. classification of absorbers. Doors and Windows: Locations. dampproofing treatment in buildings. Limes. Sound Insulation and Fire Protection: Classification. types of doors and windows. prevention and seasoning of stone. sawing and polishing. Floor structures. basement and upper floors. roof trusses-king post truss. measurement and transmission of sound. fixures and fastners for doors and windows. fire-resisting properties of materials. sizes. dressing. 2. blasting and sorting out of stones. Tiles: Terra-cotta. MATERIALS 1. fire resistant construction and fire protection requirements for buildings. Cement and Mortars: . prevention of dampness. design of masonry wall foundation. B. various terms used. 3. pile and pier foundations.e. 5. harmful ingredients. various types of floorings.
fire proofing of timber. defects in timber. Two Sectional Elevations c. painting of wood. polymerisation. DRAWINGS 1. artificial hydraulic lime. manufacturing of aluminium and zinc. Plastic: Definition. Bonds in brick work c. classification of plastics. 4. constituents of varnishes. important Indian timbers. seasoning of timber. mortars for masonry and plastering. masonite and its manufacturing. Mortars: Definition. Timber: Classification of timber.Classification of lime. Typical drawings of: a. storage of lime. testing of cement. Front and Side Elevations . Ground floor plan b. proportions of lime and cement mortars. Grillage foundation 2. structure of timber. Paints and Varnishes: Basic constituents of paints. storage of cement. Cavity Wall b. testing of lime. Preparation of building drawing mentioning its salient featutres including the following details: a. types of cement. C. pozzolona. classification. manufacturing. cements composition. special types of cement. special varieties. fiberboard. manufacturing. Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals: Definitions. characteristics and types of varnishes. manufacturing of ordinary Portland cement. 5. types of paints. plywood. 6. manufacturing of steel from pig iron. 7. manufacturing of cast iron. composition and raw materials. characteristics and uses. marketable form of steel. types of steel.
Marks: 150 Theory: 100 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs.. two & three dimensional. two liquid manometers. doors/ windows/ ventilators. III Semester (Civil) CET-205 FLUID MECHANICS-I L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Standard Pub.d. Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Stready & unsteady. Rangawala Construction Engineering. Introduction: Fluid properties. 2. Sushil Kumar. rotational and irrotational flows. surface tension. laminar & turbulent flows. rotation and circulation. elementary explanation of stream function and velocity potential.. 2. 1. real and ideal fluids. pressure inside a droplet and bubble due to surface tension. 4. Building Construction. streak lines and path lines. Gurcharan Singh. Standard Pub. N. compressibility viscosity. specific weight. continuity equation in differential form. Delhi. uniform and non-uniform. Newtonian and Nonnewtonian fluids. Delhi Building Material.S. stream lines. B. 3. Tech. Sane Building Construction. mass density. 3. specific volume and specific volume and specific gravity. Plan and Sectional Elevation of stair case. Fluid Statics: Pressure-density-height relationship. Y. gauge and absolute pressure. graphical and experimental methods of drawing flownets. N. one. Books: 1. floor and roof. flows. simple differential and sensitive manometers. capillarity. pressure on plane .
Tech. aeration of nappe. determination of metacentric height. 5. 4. 3.M.J. limitation of Bernouli's equation. Boundary layer analysis: Boundary layer thickness. 1. Buckinghum theorem.Seth Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by Robert W.Mirajgaoker B. Orficemeter. Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similude: Dimensional analysis.McDonald Fluid Mechanics Through Problems by R.Fox & Alan T. flow through orifices & mouth pieces. Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanic by P.Modi & S.Garde & A. model studies. turbulent boundary layer. kinematic and dynamic similarity. Buoyancy. center of pressure. Dynamic of Fluid Flow: Euler's equation of motion along a streamline and its integration.and curved surfaces. local and average friction coefficient. geometric. Pitot tubes. 4. laminar boundary layer. 2. laminar sub-layer. stability of immersed and floating bodies.Garde Engineering Fluid Mechanics by R.N. Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs.J. fluid masses subjected to uniform acceleration. Fundamental Principles of Surveying: .G. sharp crested weirs and notches. III Semester (Civil) CET-207 SURVEYING-I L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. physical modeling. boundary layer over a flat plate. smooth and rough boundaries. separation and its control. 6. Books: 1. important dimensionless numbers and their significance. venturimeter. similar and distorted models. free and forced vortex.
Definition, objects, classification, fundamental principles, methods of fixing stations. 2. Measurement of distances: Direct measurement, instruments for measuring distance, instruments for making stations, chaining of line, errors in chaining, tape corrections examples. 3. Compass and Chain Traversing: Methods of traversing, instruments for measurement of angles-prismatic and surveyor's compass, bearing of lines, local attraction, examples. 4. Leveling: Definition of terms used in leveling, types of levels and staff, temporary adjustment of levels, principles of leveling, reduction of levels, booking of staff readings, examples, contouring, characteristics of contours lines, locating contours, interpolation of contours. 5. Theodolite and Theodolite Traversing: Theodolites, temporary adjustment of theodolite, measurement of angles, repetition and reiteration method, traverse surveying with theodolite, checks in traversing, adjustment of closed traverse, examples. 6. Plane Table Surveying: Plane table, methods of plane table surveying, radiation, intersection, traversing and resection, two point and three point problems. 7. Tacheometry: Uses of tacheometry, principle of tacheometric surveying, instruments used in tacheometry, systems of tacheometric surveying-stadia system fixed hair method, determination of tacheometric constants, tangential systems, examples. 8. Curves: Classification of curves, elements of simple circular curve, location of tangent points-chain and tape methods, instrumental methods, examples of simple curves. Transition Curves-Length and types of transition curves, length of combined curve, examples. Vertical Curves: Necessity and types of vertical curves. Books:
1. Surveying Vol.I by B.C.Punmia 2. Surveying Vol.I by T.P.Kanitkar
B. Tech. III Semester (Civil) CET-209 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration.: 3 hrs. 1. Introduction: Definition, object, scope and sub division of geology, geology around us. The interior of the earth. Importance of geology in Civil Engineering projects. 2. Physical Geology: The external and internal geological forces causing changes, weathering and erosion of the surface of the earth. Geological work of ice, water and winds. Soil profile and its importance. Earthquakes and volcanoes. 3. Mineralogy and Petrology: Definition and mineral and rocks. Classification of important rock forming minerals, simple description based on physical properties of minerals. Rocks of earth surface, classification of rocks. Mineral composition, Textures, structure and origin of Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks. Aims and principles of stratigraphy. Standard geological/stratigraphical time scale with its sub division and a short description based on engineering uses of formation of India. 4. Structural Geology: Forms and structures of rocks. Bedding plane and outcrops, Dip and Strike. Elementary ideas about fold, fault, joint and unconformity and recognition on outcrops. Importance of geological structures in Civil Engineering projects. 5. Applied Geology:
Hydrogeology, water table, springs and Artesian well, aquifers, ground water in engineering projects. Artificial recharge of ground water, Elementary ideas of geological investigations. Remote sensing techniques for geological and hydrological survey and investigation. Uses of geological maps and interpretation of data, geological reports. 6. Suitability and stability of foundation sites and abutments: Geological condition and their influence on the selection, location, type and design of dams, reservoirs, tunnels, highways, bridges etc. Landslides and Hillslope stability. 7. Improvement of foundation rocks: Precaution and treatment against faults, joints and ground water, retaining walls and other precautions. 8. Geology and environment of earth.
Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. A Text Book of Geology by P.K.Mukherjee Physical and General Geology by S.K.Garg Engineering and General Geology by Prabin Singh Introduction of Physical Geology by A.Holmes.
B. Tech III Semester (Civil) CET-211 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-I (P) L T P/D Total --22 Max. Marks - 50 Viva-Voce-25 marks Sessional - 25 marks
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4. Verification of reciprocal theorem of deflection using a simply supported beam. 2. 3. III Semester (Civil) CET-213 FLUID MECHANICS-I(P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max.horizontal deflections & vertical deflections of various joints of a pin. 5. Drawing of a flownet by Viscous Analogy Model and Sand Box Model. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orificemeter. To determine metacentric height of the ship model. To study development of boundary layer over a flat plate.Cv). 7. Uniaxial tension test for steel (plain & deformed bars) 9. B. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orifice under variable head. Experiment on Vortex formation (demonstration only). To study velocity distribution in a rectangular open channel. Uniaxial compression test on concrete & bricks specimens. float.Cc. To determine coefficient of discharge of a venturimeter. double float (demonstration only). To determine coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece. 12. To determine elastic properties of a beam.1. 3. 4. 7. 13.jointed truss. 2. 8. 9. 6. Verification of moment area theorem for slopes and deflections of the beam. Experimental and analytical study of behaviour of struts with various end conditions. To verify the Bernoulli's theorem. To calibrate a given notch. 5. Elastic displacements (vertical & horizontal) of curved members. Tech. Experimental and analytical study of 3 hinged arch and influence line for horizontal thrust. 11.Marks:50 Sessionals:25 marks Viva-voce:25 marks Duration: 3 hours 1. To determine the various hydraulic coefficients of an Orifice (Cd. Velocity measurements by current meter. Deflections of a truss. 6. 8. . 10.
Compass traversing.Marks:75 Sessionals:50 marks Viva-voce: 25 marks Duration:3 hours 1. Reciprocal leveling. 5. Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration: 3 hours . Use of tangent clinometer. Contouring and preparation contour map. B. 4.B. IV Semester (Civil) CET-202 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max.Tech. Leveling: Profile leveling and plotting of longitudinal section and cross sections. two point & three point problems. Tech. Permanent adjustment of level. 3.y leveling. Chain surveying: Chaining and chain traversing. Plane tabling: methods of plane table surveying. 2.III Semester(Civil) CET-215 SURVEYING-I(P) L T P/D Total 3 3 Max.
Bending Moment Diagram for various lodings.K. Jindal. I. 4. 2. Analysis of frames with one or two redundant members using Castigliano's 2nd theorem. A. Cable and suspension Bridges: Introduction. Applications to beam & frames. Unsymmetrical Bending Introduction Centroidal principal axes of sections.. Strain energy method. Vol. Static and Kinematic Indeterminacies. 2. Angles and Z sections. Temperature effects. Column Analogy Method: Elastic centre.Pandit. shear centre. Roorkee. Temperature stresses. Bending stresses in beam subjected to unsymmetrical bending.1. 3. Chand & Co. Statically Indeterminate Structures: Introduction. 3. Indeterminate Structures.L. Analysis of Two hinged Arches: Parabolic and circular Arches. Rib shortening. three hinged stiffening Girder and two hinged stiffening Girder. Gupta & G. Statically Indeterminate Structures. Jain. McGraw Hill Book Co.K. S. Slope deflection and moment Distribution Methods: Analysis of continous beams & portal frames. Theory of Structures. . S.S. 5. Castigliano's theorems.. Tata McGraw Hill. 6. Axial thrust and Radial Shear force diagrams. 4. Advanced Structural Analysis.P. BOOKS: 1. uniformly loaded cables. Wang. C. New York. New Delhi. shear centre for channel. Nem Chand & Bros. Properties of analogous column. New Delhi. R. Portal frames with inclined members..
riveted. 2.S. Design of Beams: Introduction. bolted and welded connections. design of laterally supported and unsupported beams. Gantry Girders: . web buckling. types of column bases. types of tension members. 6. Design of Tension Members: Introduction. types of sections. design of built up beams. Design of Compression Members: Introduction. 5. web crippling and diagonal buckling. Marks: 125 Theory : 75 Marks Sessional : 50 Marks Duration 3 Hours 1. design of gussested base subjected to eccentrically loading. built up columns. various types of sections used for columns. design of grillage foundations.Rolled sections and I. 4. Connections: Importance. design of tension members. design of eccentrically loaded compression members. simple and moment resistant.B Tech IV semester (civil) CET-204 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-I L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Introduction: Properties of structural steel. various types of connections.S. effective length and slenderness ratio. general design criteria for beams. net sectional areas. specification. lug angles and splices. necessity. 7. design of built up columns. I. 3. design of slab base and gussested base. laced and battened columns including the design of lacing and battens. Column Bases and Footings: Introduction.
Arya & J. New Delhi. laminar flow through pipes-Hagen Poiseuille law. B. Prentice Hall. gussested base and grillage foundation. Books: 1. S. S. 4. Design of steel structures. Nem chand & Bros.. Design of steel structures. TMH Pub. Design of steel structures. New Delhi. Couette flow.Duggal. Curtailment of flange plates.Jindal.Kazmi & S. IV Semester (Civil) CET-206 FLUID MECHANICS-II L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. necessity of stiffeners in plate girder.Introduction. web and flange splices (brief introduction). Roorkee. elements of plate girder. 2. TMH Pub. Plate Girder: Introduction. A. Flow through pipes: Structural drawings of various types of welded connections (simple and eccentric) Beam to column connections (framed & seat connections) Column bases. 4. 8. Roof truss..L. Plate girder. M.Raghupati.K. 2.slab base.A. design steps of a plate girder. Tech. specifications.K.Ajmani.S. various types of stiffeners.M. design of framed and seat connection. New Delhi. DRAWINGS: 1.. 2. design beam to column connections: Introduction. laminar flow around a sphereStokes'law. 3. . Design of steel structures. Laminar Flow: Navier Stoke's equation. Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration: 3 hours 1. various loads. 3. Laminar flow between parallel plates. design of gantry girder. 5.
cavitation and setting of turbines.Seth 2. Force executed by fluid jet on stationary and moving flat vanes. their types..Types of flows-Reynold's experiment. hydraulic jump in rectangular channel.Modi and S. metering flumes.N. Flow in Open Channels by S. resistance to flow of fluid in smooth and rough pipes. shear stress on turbulent flow. 3. stagnation pressure. Centrifugal pumps. critical flow in rectangular channel. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by Robert N. Pumps and Turbines: Reciprocating pumps. other energy losses in pipes. momentum and energy equations.Macnold . development of lift on immersed bodies like circular cylinder and airfoil. subsonic and supersonic flows.M. Turbines-classifications of turbines based on head and specific speed. heads of a pumpstatics and manometric heads. component and working of Pelton wheel and Francis turbines. geometric parameters of channel section. cylinder and airfoil. water hammer. Compressible flow: Basic relationship of thermodynamics continuity. types. flat plate. surges in open channels. momentum in open channel. 6. components and parts and working. Stanton and Moody's diagram. drag on a sphere. pipes in series and in parallel. most economical section (rectangular and trapezoidal). velocity distribution for turbulent flow in smooth and rough pipes. Drag and Lift: 4. hydraulic gradient and total energy lines. work done by single and double acting pumps. Darcy's weisbach equation. positive and negative surges. equivalent pipe.Subraminayam 3. specific force. Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics by P. Books: 1. Hardy Cross method. applications of specific energy and discharge diagrams to channel transition. branched pipe. loss due to sudden expansion.Fox & Alan T. 7. propagation of elastic waves due to compression of fluid. gradually varied flow equation and its integration. uniform flow. surface profiles. pipe networks. Open Channel Flow: Type of flow in open channels. 5. specific energy and critical depth.. boundary layer in pipes-Establishment of flow. propagation of elastic wave due to disturbance in fluid mach cone. Mach number and its significance. Types of drag.
weight-volume relationships. protective filter. interparticle forces. soil aggregate properties. permeability of stratified deposits. Marks: 125 Theory : 75 Marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration : 3 hours 1. properties and utilities of flownet. 4. piping. 2. determination of field permeability. Effective Stress Concept Principle of effective stress. capillary rise in soils. Tech. particle shape. Darcy's law and its validity. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. three phase system. grain size analysis. 5. weathering. consistency of soils. effective stress under steady state hydro-dynamic conditions. two dimensional flow. Classification of soils Purpose of classification. Indian Standard Classification System.B. effective stress under hydrostatic conditions. Soil Formation and Composition Introduction. soil grain properties. soil formation. quick condition. particle size. . grain size distribution curves. effective stress in the zone of capillary rise. relative density of sands. graphical method of construction of flownets. origin of soils. discharge velocity and seepage velocity. principal clay minerals. sedimentation analysis. soil structure. classification on the basis of grain size. seepage force. 3. activity of clays. major soil deposits of India. critical hydraulic gradient. consistency limits and their determination. (Civil) IV Semester CET-208 SOIL MECHANICS L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Laplace's equation. plasticity chart. Permeability of Soils Introduction. sieve analysis. classification on the basis of plasticity. Basic Soil Properties Introduction. soil and rock. factors affecting permeability. laboratory determination of coefficient of permeability.
onedimensional consolidation test. Soil Engg.6. drainage conditions and strength parameters.Tata Mcgraw Hill. shear strength characteristics of sands. Earth Pressure Introduction.N. Mohr-Coulomb failure-criterion. Rankine's active & passive states of plastic equilibrium. Vol . typical void ratio-pressure relationships for sands and clays.N.. Terzaghi's theory of one-dimensional primary consolidation. components of total settlement. Coulomb's earth pressure theory. sensitivity and thixotropy. New Age Intetrnational(P)Ltd. laboratory determination of optimum moisture content. contact pressure. 3. 9.Purshotam Raj. role of moisture and compactive effect in compaction. field control of compaction. triaxial compression tests. . Construction period settlement. ASR Rao. Vertical Stress Below Applied Loads Introduction. Tata-Mcgraw Hill.I.N. Mohr stress circle. Newmark's influence chart. 8. moisture density relationship.Delhi.Delhi. Fundamentals and General Principles by Alam Singh.Gulati. over-consolidated clays and partially saturated soils. Compaction Introduction. Geotechnical Engg. Westergaard's analysis. consolidation settlement. consolidation process.K. Rankine's earth pressure theory. vertical stress distribution diagrams. approximate stress distribution methods for loaded areas. moderately cohesive soils and clays. 4. determination of coefficients of consolidation. Culmann's graphical construction. Vane shear test. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. 7. normally consolidated and over consolidated clays. Rebhann's construction. CBS Pub. Boussinesq's equation. Compressibility and Consolidation Introduction. unconfined compression test. Engg. Casagrande's graphical method of estimating pre-consolidation pressure. by P. normally consolidated clays.Pub. relationship between principal stresses at failure. 10. Shear Strength Introduction. direct shear test. vertical stress beneath loaded areas. shear tests. secondary consolidation. compaction of cohesionless soils. 2.Delhi.Properties of Soils by S. earth pressure at rest. compaction in field. in Theory and Practice. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan.
field work of triangulation. 4. B. Trigonometrical Levelling: Introduction. adjustment of triangulation figures by method of least squares. base of object inaccessible. Boston. equation of time-its cause. star at elongation. triangulatio copmputations. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering by B. height and distances-base of the object accessible. 2. axis signal correction. various time systems:sidereal. .Marks:100 Theory:75 marks Sessionals:25 marks Duration:3 hrs. type of error. azimuth and latitude byastronomical observations..D. selection of triangulation stations. Triangulation: Triangulation systems. solar and mean solar time. principle of photo interpretation and photogrammetric monitoring in Civil Enginmeeriing. grade of triangulation. 1. geodetical observation.Das. plotting by radiline method. star at culmination. classification. difference in elevation between two points. Tech IV Semester (Civil) CET-210 SURVEYING -II L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. Astronomy: Definitions of astronomical terms.determination of longitude. refraction and curvature. 5. instruments. star at prime vertical star at horizon. most probable values. stereoscopic vision and stereoscopies. effect. Terrestrial and aerial photographs awerial camera and height displacements in vertical photographs.M.PWS KENT. Survey Adjustment and Treatment of Observations: Definite weight of an observation. apparent.M. height determination from parallax measurement. celestial coordinate systems. Elements of Photogrammetry: Introduction:types of photographs. Napier's rule of circular parts.5. 3. flight planning. principle of least squares.inter-conversion of time. determination of time. introduction to E. strength of figure.
To study the characteristics of a hydraulic jump on a horizontal floor and sloping glacis including friction blocks. storage & output.P.3 by B.C. To study the scouring phenomenon around a bridge pier model.Punmia 2. Tech IV Semester (Civil) CET-212 FLUID MECHANICS-II (P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. 7.2 by B. Introduction of remote sensing and its systems: Concept of G. To study the momentum characteristics of a given jet. 5.6. .S and G.S-Basic Components. 8. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. 6.C. 9. 3. To study the scouring phenomenon for flow past a spur. To determine the coefficient of discharge for flow over a broad crested weir. Surveying Vol2 by T.P. Marks:75 Sessionals: 50 mark Viva-voce: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. To determine the coefficient of drag by Stoke's law for spherical bodies. data input. 10.I. To determine the characteristics of a centrifugal pump. 4.Punmia 3. 2. To determine head loss due to various pipe fittings. Surveying Vol. 1. To determine the critical Reynold's number for flow through commercial pipes. Surveying Vol.Kanitkar B. To study the phenomenon of cavitation in pipe flow.
Grain size analysis-sieve analysis. Determination of specific gravity of soil solids. 4. Tech.. 9. Vol. BOOKS 1.Bowles. Visual Soil Classification and water content determination.II. Direct shear test on granular soil sample. Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice. Engineering Soil Testing by Lambi. PK Jain.B. Proctor's compaction test. 10. 2.Marks:75 Sessional:50 marks 1. Unconsolidated undrained (UU) triaxial shear test of fine grained soil sample.P. CBS Pub. Coefficient of permeability of soils. Geotechnical Testing and Instrumentation by Alam Singh. Sand replacement method Core cutter method 6. Field density by: i. ii.Prakash. ./ Viva-Voce:25 marks Duration:3 hrs. 8. Liquid limit and plastic limit determination. Unconfined compressive strength test. IV Semester (Civil) CET-214 SOIL MECHANICS (P) L T P/D Total Max. 4. Wiley Eastern. 3. Soil Testing for Engineers by S.Roorkee. 5. 3. Engineering Properties of Soils and their Measurement by J. 2. 7. Nem Chand & Bros. 2 2 Pract. McGraw Hill.
Tacheometry: Tacheometric constants. Trirangulation: An exercise of triangulation including base line measurement.B. 3. B. off set from long chord and by deflection angleethod. Curves: Setting of simple circular curves by off set method. calculating horizontal distance and elevations with the help of tacheometer. Tech.Marks:50 .IV Semester(Civil) CET-218 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY(P) L T P/D Total Max. measurement of vertical angle. off set from chord produced. Marks: 75 Sessionals: 50 marks Viva-voce: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs.Tech. 2. IV Semester(Civil) CET-216 SURVEYING-II(P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. Theodilite: Study of theodolite. 4. 1. measurement of horizontal angle. Permanent adjustment.
12. 3. To determine coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece.Cv). IV Semester (Mech. 10. To calibrate a given notch. To determine metacentric height of the ship model. 7. 11. To determine coefficient of discharge of a venturimeter. 8.- - 2 2 Pract. To determine critical Reynolds' numbers for flow through commercial pipes.) CET-220 MECHANICS OF FLUIDS (P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. Recognition of rocks. Identification of Rock forming silicate and ore minerals. 5. 4. Study of models of geological structure and outcrops patterns of different types of rocks and land forms. 4.Cc. 13. Tech. 6. Use of Clinometer compass and Brunton compass for measurement dip and strike of formations.:25 marks Sessional:25 marks Duration:3 hrs. 6. 2. 9. To verify the Bernoulli's theorem. 1. . 3. 2. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orificemeter. To measure the pressure distribution around a cylinder placed in the air stream and to calculate the coefficient of drag therefrom. To study development of boundary layer over a flat plate. Study of Physical Properties of Minerals. 5. To determine the various hydraulic coefficients of an Orifice (Cd.Marks:75 Sessionals:50 marks Viva-voce:25 marks Duration :3 hours 1. Drawing of geological cross-selections and study of geological maps. B. To study the momentum characteristics of a given jet. To determine the Darcy Weisbach Coefficient of friction for flow through commercial pipes. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orifice under variable head.
12.B. 6. To determine mctacentric height of (lie ship model. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orificemeter. To verify (lie Bernoulli's theorem. 11. To calibrate a given notch. To determine critical Reynolds' numbers for flow through commercial pipes. To determine coefficient of discharge of a venturimeter. 2. To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orifice under variable head. To study the momentum cliaracteristics of a given jet. Tech IV Semester (Mechanical) MECHANICS OF FLUIDS PRACTICAL (CET-220) L T P/D --2 Viva-Voce: 25 Marks Sessional: 50 Marks Total : 75 Marks Time : 3 Hrs 1. 3. . To determine the various hydraulic coefficients of an Orifice (Cd. 9. 7. To determine coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece. 4. To determine the Darcy Weisbach Coefficient of friction for flow through commercial pipes. To measure (he pressure distribution around a cylinder placed in the air stream and to calculate the coefficient of drag therefrom. 10.CC. 5. 8. To study development of boundary layer over a flat plate. 11.CV).
Lagrange’s interpolation formula for unequal intervals. Gauss-seidal iteration method. Crouts triangularisation method. Gauss-Jordan method. Tech III/IV Semester (Common to all branches) MATHEMATICS-III (MAT-201/202) LTP 31Theory : 75 Marks Sessional: 50 Marks Total : 125 Marks Time : 3 Hrs Part-A: FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS 1. Finite Differences: Finite differences. Bessel’s formula and Stirling’s formula. (5L) . Numerical differentiation. Difference Equations: Formation of difference equations. Simpason’s 1/3 and 3/8 rule). (4L) 2. (4L) Part-B: NUMERICAL MCTLIODS WITH PROGRAMMING 1. Newton's forward and backward interpolation formulae. solution of linear difference quations. (9L) 2. Jacobi’s iteration method.B. Rcgula-FaIsi method. Numerical Solution of algebraic and transcendental Equations: Bisection method. Numerical Integration: Newtoncote’s quadrature formula (Trapezoidal rule. Gaussian quadrature formula. Newton Raphson method. Difference operators. Secant method. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equatins: Gauss elimination method.
E. 2. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Picard’s method. Milne’s predictorcorrector method. Statistical Methods: Method of Least Square and curve fitting.3. (5L) Note to Paper Setter: Set 9 questions in all. Chapra Numerical Mathematical Analysis : James B. 7. Adams-Bashforth method. 4. Poisson distribution and Normal distribution with their properties and applications. Numerical Methods for Engineers : Steven C. Operational Research: Linear programming problems formulation. Runge-Kutta method. Mei Statistical Theory with Engineering Application : A. A. Candidates have to attempt 5 questions selecting. Ruler’s method. Tech. Solving linear programming problems using i) Graphical mejthods ii) Simplex method iii) Dual Simplex method. 3. S.Marks:125 Theory:75 marks Sessionals:50 marks . Hald Mathematical Statistics : C. Scarborough Mathematical Analysis in Engineering : Chang C. V Semester (Civil) CET-301 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-III L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Grewal B. Binomial distribution. Rank correlation Regression and lines of Regression. atleast 1 question from each part. Books Recommended: 1. Coefficient of Correlation. (6L) Part-C 1. (8L) 2. Correlation. 6. Taha Higher Engineering Mathematics : B. 3 from each part. Weatherburn Operational Research : H. 5.
Approximate Analysis of frames: (I) for vertical loads. Rolling Loads: Introduction. Global axis and local axis. Advanced Structural Analysis-A. 7. uniformly distributed load longer than span. analysis of plane frame. Fixed Arches: Expression for H and B.Jain. . Kani's Method: Analysis of continuous beams and simple frames.Prakash Rao..L. several point loads.B.S. Matrix Methods Introduction.. influence lines for three hinged and two hinged arches. Elastic centre. load position for Max.B.K.Delhi.F. Max. analysis of frames with different column lengths and end conditions of the bottom storey. 4. 2. NemChand & Bros. pin jointed and rigid jointed.Neville. for continuous Beams. shorter than span . Structural Analysis-A unified classical & Matrix Approach.Ghali & A. two point loads.N.F. D.Jindal S. and B. A. University Press.L. Stiffness Coefficients.Roorkee. Single concentrated load. 3. & S.M. at a section in the span. 3.Duration:3 hrs.F. Structural Analysis-A Unified Approach. 1.Chand & Co.M.Absolute.S. R. Influence Line for statically indeterminate Beams: Muller-Breslau Principle. Books Recommended: 1.M. and S. for B.M. Influence lines: Introduction. (ii) for lateral loads by Portal method & Cantilever method. 6. at a section. Indeterminate structures. I. 2. Development of flexibility & stiffness matrices for plane frame. 4.Chapman & Hall London.. Hyderabad. Flexibility Coefficients. 5.M. Max.M.
admixture and reinforcement. stress -strain relationship for concrete and steel. steel beam theory.Delhi.S. permissible stresses in concrete and steel. Analysis and design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular flanged beams. Acceptability criterion. Design of concrete mixes. design examples. characteristic strength and characteristics loads. shrinkage and creep.Gupta & G. I. Analysis and Design of Sections in shear bond and torsion: . Partial safety factors and factored loads. design examples..Specifications.Pandit. N. I&II. aggregate . Limit State Method: Basic assumptions.S. 1. Tech. 5. 4. Limit state v/s working stress method. B. V Semester (Civil) CET-303 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES-I L T P/D Total 4 2 6 Max. Normal distribution curve. 2. design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular and flanged beams in flexure. Tata McGraw Hill. Elementary treatment of concrete technology: Physical requirements of cement. Theory of Strucutres.P. Building code. Strength and durability. design values.S.Marks:150 Theory:100 marks Sessional:50 marks Duration:4 hrs.5. 3.. Design Philosophies in Reinforced Concrete: Working stress and limit state methods.Vol. inverted flanged beams. minimum and maximum reinforcement requirement. Working Stress Method: Basic assumptions.
. TMH Pub. Design examples. Design examples. design criteria. 3.Jain. 'Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS:456. criteria for design of counteforts. Retaining Walls: Classification. stiffness.Delhi. spacing of reinforcement. limit state of crack width. development length. Books: 1.Roorkee. reinforcement splicing. Reinforced Concrfete Design. 6. SP-34(S&T)-1987 'Handbook on Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing'. Serviceability Limit State: Control of deflection. Proportioning of cantilever retaining walls. counterfort retaining walls. A. S. deflection and moment relationship for limiting values of span to depth. Design examples. 8. Anchoring reinforcing bars in flexure and shear..Wheeler & Co. Design examples. cracking. 5. 2. Reinforced Concrete.H. equivalent shear. BIS.Oxford & IBH Pub. curtailment of reinforcement. 9. BIS. Torsional reinforcement.Delhi.Delhi. slender columns.N.N. shear reinforcement. Forces on retaining walls.K. SP-16(S&T)-1980.K.Syal & A. Torsional. design examples. Anchorage and flexural bond. I.Delhi. Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing: Requirements of good detailing cover to reinforcement.C. One way and Two Ways Slabs: General considerations. 4. Design of one way and two ways slabs for distributed and concentrated loads.N. Reinforced Concrete-Limit State Design.Sinha. A. Nem Chand & Bros. Isolated and wall footings. openings in slabs.Dayaratnam. Minimum eccentricity. 10. slenderness and vibrations.Diagonal tension.. .P. 7. Non-rectangular slabs.Goel. stability requirements. short columns under axial compression. Columns and Footings: Effective length. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures. Uniaxial and biaxial bending. N. N.Delhi. 6.
presentation of rainfall data. Precipitation: Forms and types of precipitation. ultra-sonic and dilution methods of stream flow measurement. measurement of velocity-current meters. 4. Infiltration: Infiltration process. recording and non recording raingages.frequency curves. frequency of point rainfall. probable max. Max Marks: 125 . Tech. stream geometry. precipitation. characteristics of precipitation in India. stage discharge relationship. drainage basins and its characteristics. Penman's equation and potential evapotranspiration. 3. V Semester (Civil) CET. 5. evaporimeters and empirical relationships. estimation of missing data. infiltration capacity and measurement of infiltration.B. raingage network. area velocity method. depth -area -duration relationship. initial loss. transpiration. evapotranspiration and its measurement. electromagnetic. scope and application of hydrology to engineering problems. hypsometric curves. reservoir evaporation and methods of its control. analytical method. 1. intensity -duration. measurement of preciptation. wire gauge. 2. infiltration indices. estimation of runoff. mean precipitation. rainfall-run off relationships. raingage station. Evaporation & Transpiration: Process. floats. Runoff: Factor affecting run-off. Introduction: Hydrologic cycle.305 HYDROLOGY L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Theory: 75 Marks Sessional: 50 Marks Duration: 3 hrs. moving boat and slope area method. automatic stage recorder and stage hydrograph. measurement of stage-staff gauge.
Hydrograph: Discharge hydrograph. floods. 4.P.M. wells and springs. Gumbel's method. Elementary Hydrology by V. Ground Water: Occurrence. Darcy's law. compressibility of aquifers. soil sampling and disturbance. Hydrology by H. design flood. 2. Snyder's synthetic UH. triangular UH. unit hydrograph and its derivation. Well Hydraulics: Steady state flow to wells in unconfined and confined aquifers. UH method. guidelines for various types of structures. Hydrology for Engineers by Linsely. effective rainfall. unit hydrograph of different durations. flood frequency methods. rational methods. 3. Tech. specific yield and specific retention.Raghunath. types of aquifers. B. major types of samplers. use and limitations of UH. graphical method. depth and lateral extent of exploration. Sub-Surface Exploration Purpose. excavation and boring methods. porosity. . Paulhus. ground water observations. permeability and its determination. 8. Books: 1.Singh. Kohler. stages in soil exploration. Engineering Hydrology by K.6. transmissibility. empirical formulae. storage coefficient.Subramanya. V Semester (Civil) CET-307 GEOTECHNOLOGY-I L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. movement of ground water. 7. water table and its effects on fluctuations .Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs 1. components and factors affecting shape of hydrograph.
SPT and interpretation. 6. factors affecting bearing capacity. ultimate bearing capacity. lateral resistance.S. allowable settlement according to I. Plate load test and its interpretation.S Code recommendations. elastic and consolidation settlement. batter pile group. settlement analysis. Rankine's analysis Tergazi's theory. modes of shear failure. static analysis. load capacity. Shallow Foundations-I Design criteria for structural safety of foundation( i ) location of footing. combined footings. uplift of footings. raft foundations. uplift resistance of pile group. negative skin friction. exploration logs. design of pile caps. Drilled Piers and Caisson Foundations . Shallow Foundations-II Various causes of settlement of foundation. deep well drainage. . negative skin friction of pile group. Pile Foundations-II Group action in piles. 5. effect of eccentricity on bearing capacity. Electro-osmosis. settlement calculation. (iii) settlement criterion. effect of fluctuation of G. ditches and sumps. stress on lower strata. dynamic analysis. vacuum method.T. necessity of pile foundations. depth of foundation.sounding methods-SCPT. bearing capacity from penetration tests. under-reamed pile. batter piles. analysis of pile capacity in sands and clays. floating foundations. 3. Skempton's formula.Code. types of shallow foundations and their relative merits. I. various methods of designing rafts. allowable bearing pressure based on settlement. pile spacing. footing on slopes. 4. DCPT. design bearing capacity. shallow well system. 7. methods of improving bearing capacity. Shallow Foundations-III Situation suitable for the shallow foundations. Pile Foundations-I Introduction. pile load tests. bearing capacity of raft in sands and clays. consolidation by sand piles.W. classification of piles. lateral load capacity. 8. conventional procedure of proportioning of footings. uplift capacity of single pile. pressure-meter test. Drainage & Dewatering Introduction. pile group capacity. well point systems. 2. inclined load.(ii) shear failure criterion. geophysical methods.
recommended values of tilts & shifts as per I.das.S. Construction Contracts & Specifications . V Semester (Civil) CET-309 PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. Foundation Analysis & Design by J. rectification of tilts and shifts. 4. construction procedure.R. McGraw Hills. Prentice Hall. India. Basic And Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao. depth of well foundations. McGraw Hills. Analysis and Design of Sub-Structures by Swamisaran. Boston.Marks:100 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. resources for construction industry. B. construction team. Foundation Design by Teng. engineering drawings. Caissons-Types. New Age Int. Books Recommended 1. 5. construction procedure. 1. bearing capacity and settlement.Drilled piers-types. stages for construction. PWS Kent.3955. Tech. Design Aids in Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by S. types of constructions. settlement. sinking of wells. 3. components. 2. (P)Ltd. bearing capacity. 2. well foundations-shapes.Bowles. Principles of Foundation Enginering By B. factors affecting well foundation design lateral stability. objectives and functions of construction management.M. uses. Construction Management Significance. 6.. construction procedure. IBH & Oxford.Kaniraj.E.
stages in planning-pre-tender stages. rules for developing networks. illustrative examples. direct cost. 6. leadership and human relations. shared float. classification of activities. 3. contract document.Dhir. statistical analysis. standard deviation. stages in inspection and quality control. types of Organizations. preparation of material. . Books Recommended 1. probability of achieving completion time. lapsed time. slack critical path. job layout. testing of structures. network techniques. temporary services. resources smoothing and resources leveling. pessimistic time. optimistic time. Construction Organization Principles of Organization. variance. total project cost and optimum duration. Construction Planning & Management by P. Network Techniques in Construction Management-II-PERT Probability concept in network. ladder construction. determination of project schedules.Gehlot & B. indirect cost. labour and finance schedule. updating. scheduling. enforcement of specifications. principles of inspection. steps in time cost optimisation. contract stage. limitation of bar charts. 5. contracting the network for cost optimisation. Inspection & Quality Control Introduction. Cost-Time Analysis Cost versus time. Wiley Eastern Ltd.S. 7. critical path. network development-logic of network. work breakdown structure. arbitration. Fulkerson's rule for numbering events. deviation. Construction Planning Introduction. milestone charts. important conditions of contract. work break down. allocation of time to various activities. Organization for construction firm.M. site organization. network analysis . 4. Network Techniques in Construction Management-I:CPM Introduction. most likely time. communication. scheduling by bar charts. float in activities.Introduction. 8. equipment. resources allocation. specifications. central limit theorem. types of contracts.
Begg's deformeter. Experimental and analytical study of deflections for unsymmetrical bending of a Cantilever beam. Marks: 50 Sessionals: 25 marks Viva-voce: 25 marks Duration : 3 hrs. 7. 3. Experimental and analytical study of an elastically coupled beam. 8. To study the cable geometry and statics for different loading conditions.Khandelwal. 4. B. Delhi 4. Sway in portal frames . B.2. Experimental and analytical study of a 3 bar pin jointed Truss.Lakshmi Pub.Srinath.sengupta & H. 3. Tech.Punmia & K. Affiliated East-west Press(P)Ltd. To plot stress-strain curve for concrete.verification of Muller Breslau principle.25 Duration: 3 hrs. 1. 6. Project Planning & Control with PERT & CPM by B.S.Guha. Construction Management & Planning by B. PERT & CPM -Principles & Applications by L.C. V Semester (Civil) CET-313 CONCRETE LAB(P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. Tech V Semester (Civil) CET-311 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS -II( P ) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. . Tata McGraw Hills. 5.demonstration. Experiment on a two hinged arch for horizontal thrust & influence line for Horizontal thrust 2.K. Marks-50 Viva-Voce-25 Sessional.
2. Standard consistency of cement using Vicat's apparatus. N. Fineness modulus of coarse and fine aggregates. Concrete Manual-M.Tests on Cement 1. Measurement of specific gravity of cement. Indirect tensile strength of concrete-split cylinder test. Measurement of Heat of Hydration of cement. Non-destructive testing of concrete Books Recommended: 1. Tests on Concrete 1. Compressive strength of cement. Bond strength between steel bar and concrete by pull-out test 6.Marks: 50 . Fineness of cement by Sieve analysis and Blaine's air permeability method. 4..Delhi. Soundness of cement by Le-Chatelier's apparatus. Tata McGeraw Hill. 7.Gambhir. Setting time of cement. (b) Compaction factor test. Tests on Aggregate 1.L. 4.. Tech. 3.Gambhir. V Semester (Civil) CET-315 GEOTECHNOLOGY (P) L T P/D Total Max. initial and final. 2.Delhi. 6. Modules of rupture of concrete by flexure test 5. B. Concrete Technology-M. (c) Flow table test. Workability of cement concrete by (a) Slump test. 2. Moisture content and bulking of fine aggregate. N. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Compressive strength of concrete by (a) Cube test. 2.L. (b)Cylinder test 3. 5.
6. Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test. 2. 1. . Consolidated Undrained (CU) Triaxial Test with Pore Water Pressure Measurement. Model Plate Load Test. Relative Density of Granular Soils. 7. Standard Penetration Test. 5. 9. Undisturbed Sampling. Grain Size Analysis-Hydrometer method.- - 2 2 Pract/Viva-Voce: 25 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 8. Consolidation Test. Dynamic Cone Penetration Test. 10. 4. Shrinkage Limit Determination. 3.
Design of Water Tanks: Introduction. general arrangement and stability. 1. d. VI Semester (Civil) CET-302 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-II L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Soil Engineering in Theory & Practice by Alam Singh. design of roof trusses. Roorkee. 3. Geotechnical Testing & Instrumentation. design considerations. Elementary Plastic Analysis and Design: Introduction. Tech. plastic analysis applied to steel beams and simple portal frames and design. CBS Pub. b. rectangular and pressed steel tanks including staging. shape factor. Engineering Soil Testing by Lambi. Soil Testing for Engineers by S. design of circular. Scope of plastic analysis. plastic collapse. Vol.K. Design of Steel Stacks: Introduction. bracings and stepped columns. permissible stresses. McGraw Hill.Marks: 150 Theory:100 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 2.Books: a. B. Industrial Buildings: Loads. ultimate load carrying capacity of tension members and compression members. industrial building frames.various loads to be considered for the design of steel stacks. . Wiley-Eastern. mechanisms. flexural members. analysis.. design of steel stacks including foundation. Engineering Properties of Soils & Their Measurement by JE Bowles. 4.Jain. Nem Chand & Bros. design of purlins.Prakash & P. c.II.
A. need and development of irrigation in India. Indian Standard Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel. Allahabad. Introduction: Irrigation-necessity. d.. design of compression and bending elements. advantages. . IS:800-1984. Design of Steel Structures. Design of Steel Structures. Design loads. P. ideal cropping pattern and high yielding varieties of crops. IS-801-1975.L.Dayartnam.Arya & J.S. concepts of effective width and effective sections. 1.Marks:150 Theory: 100 marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. McGraw Hill. Indian Standard Code of Practice for Use of Cold formed light gauge steel structural members in general building construction. elements with stiffeners. VI Semester (Civil) CET-304 IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-I L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Roorkee. e. impact of irrigation on human environment . Tokyo. c. microwave towers. crops and crop seasons. Gaylord & Gaylord. Toyo Kogakusha. disadvantages.5. Wheeler Pub. classification. design procedure and specification. Newyork/International Students Edn. Cold Formed Sections: Introduction and brief description of various type of cold formed sections. B. Nem Chand & Bros.. Towers: Transmission line towers. b. Books: a. 6. Tech.Ajmani. local buckling. Design of Steel Structures.
open drains. core period. conmsumptive use. frequency of irrigation. Irrigation. 3. causes and measures of prevention. assessment of irrigation water. wilting point. marginal embankments. Water Resources and Water Power Engg. intensity of irrigation. river training and its objectives. duty of water. spurs. 4. depth of tiledrains. flexibility proportionality. types of lining. Fundamentals on Irrigation Engg. 2.2.Garg. design considerations.K. advantages and limitations. Canal outlets: Classification. cutoffs. Irrigation Engg & Hydraulic Structures by S. relation between delta. APM and open flume outlet. alignment of channels. drip irrigation-components parts. design of pipe. requirements of a good outlet. Irrigation Engg.N. 3. silt theories and design of alluvial channels. duty and base period. check basin and furrow method. canal section and design procedure. purpose of land reclamation and methods of land reclamation. 5. available moisture in soil. hydraulics of sprinkler irrigation. Soil-water relationship and irrigation methods: Soil-water relationship. delta. irrigation requirement. by P. discharge and spacing of closed drains. by Bharat Singh. maintenance of tile drains. root zone soil water. comparison of Kennedy's and Lacey's theories. 4. guidebanks. design of lined channel land drainage. Canal irrigation: Component of canal distribution system. planning. by S. Kor depth. 5. bank pitching and launching apron. River Training: Classification of rivers.K.M. GCA. . infiltration. 6. Water logging and land reclamation: Water logging-effects. design and maintenance of sprinkler systems. Books: 1. losses in irrigation channels.Modi. flooding methods. sprinkler irrigation. classification of river training works.Sharma. base period. setting and sensitivity of outlet. diameter of tile drain. layout of closed drains. Irrigation-Theory & Practice by A. Garrets and Lacey's diagrams. Michael. design discharge. methods of river training. CCA. suitability of drip irrigation. lining of irrigation channels. field capacity. favourable conditions. border strip method. sprinkler systems. advantages of tile drains. outlets for tile drains.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil) CET-306 WATER RESOURCES & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max.Marks:150 Theory: 100 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 1. Water Resources Planning: Role of water in national development, assessment of water resources, planning process, environmental consideration in planning, system analysis in water planning, some common problems in project planning, functional requirements in multipurpose projects, multipurpose planning, basinwise planning, long term planning. Reservoir planning-dependable yield, sedimentation in reservoir, reservoir capacity, empirical-area reduction method. 6. Economic and Financial Analysis: Meaning and nature of economic theory, micro and macro economics, the concept of equilibrium, equivalence of kind, equivalence of time and value, cost benefit, discounting factors and techniques, conditions for project optimality, cost benefit analysis, cost allocation, separable and non-separable cost, alternate justifiable and remaining benefit methods, profitability analysis. 7. Water Resources Systems Engineering: Concept of system's engineering, optimal policy analysis, simulation and simulation modeling, nature of water resources system, analog simulation, limitations of simulation, objective function, production function, optimality condition, linear, non-linear and dynamic programming, applications to real time operations of existing system, hydrologic modeling and applications of basic concepts. 4. Applications of System Approach in Water Resources:
Applications of system engineering in practical problems like hydrology, irrigation and drainage engineering, distribution network, mathematical models for forecasting and other water resources related problems. Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Water Resources Engineering by Linseley and Franzini Economics of Water Resources Engineering by James and Lee. Optimisation Theory and Applications by S.S.Roy Water Resources Systems Planning & Economics by R.S.Varshney. Operational Research-An Introduction by Hamdy A.Taha.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil) CET-308 GEOTECHNOLOGY-II L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max.Marks:150 Theory: 100 marks Sessionals: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 1. Earth Dams: Introduction, types of sections, earth dam foundations, causes of failure and criteria for safe design, control of seepage through the embankment, control of seepage through the foundation, drainage of foundations, criterion for filter design. Introduction to rock fill dams. 2. Stability of slopes: Causes of failure, factors of safety, stability analysis of slopes-total stress analysis, effective stress analysis, stability of infinite slopes types of failures of finite slopes, analysis of finite slopes-mass procedure, method of slices, effect of pore pressure, Fellinius method to locate center of most critical slip circle, friction circle method, Tayler's stability number, slope stability of earth dam during steady seepage, during sudden draw down and during and at the end of construction. 3. Braced Cuts:
Depth of unsupported vertical cut, sheeting and bracing for deep excavation, movements associated with sheeting and bracing, modes of failure of braced cuts, pressure distribution behind sheeting. 4. Cofferdams: Introduction, types of cofferdams, design and lateral stability of braced cofferdams, design data for Cellular cofferdams, stability analysis of cellular cofferdams on soil and rock, inter-lock stresses. 5. Cantilever Sheet Piles: Purpose of sheet piles, cantilever sheet piles, depth of embedment in granular soils-rigorous method, simplified procedure, cantilever sheet pile, penetrating clay, limiting height of wall. 6. Anchored Bulkheads: Methods of design, free earth support method in cohesionless and cohesive soils, fixed earth support method in cohesionless soils-Blum's equivalent beam method. 7. Soil Stabilization: Soil improvement, shallow compaction, mechanical treatment, use of admixtures, lime stabilization, cement stabilization, lime fly ash stabilization, dynamic compaction and consolidation, Bituminous stabilization, chemical stabilization, pre-compression, lime pile and column, stone column, grouting, reinforced earth. 8. Basics of Machine Foundations: Terminology, characteristics elements of a vibratory systems, analysis of vibratory motions of a single degree freedom system-undamped free vibrations, undamped forced vibrations, criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation, degrees of a freedom of a block foundation, Barken's soil spring constant, Barken's method of a determining natural frequency of a block foundation subjected to vertical oscillations. Books Recommended: 1. Analysis and Design of Foundation and Retaining Structures by S.Prakash, Gopal Ranjan & S.Saran, Sarita Prakashan. 2. Analysis and Design of Sub Structures by Swami Saran, IBH Oxford 3. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan and ASR Rao, Newage Int.Pub. 4. Soil Dynamic by Shamsher Prakash, McGraw Hill 5. Foundation Design by Teng, Prentice Hall
stopping sight distance. Objectives of highway planning.Marks:100 Theory:75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Road patterns. camber. Surveys for highway alignment. types. land width. Introduction: Transportation and its importance. Highway Plans. their design criterion. . Sight distance. Design Of Horizontal And Vertical Alignment: Effects of centrifugal force. Providing superelevation in the field. Requirements of an ideal highway alignment. head light sight distance. Shamsher Prakash. Extra-widening. 2. Saturation system of planning. Cross Section Elements And Sight Distance Considerations: Cross section elements: friction. overtaking sight distance. Telford and Macadam constructions. set back distance. 1. B. Brief review of history of road development in India and abroad: Roman. Summit curves and valley curves. carriageway. intermediate sight distance. Radius of circular curves. Type and length of transition curves. Tech. Critical locations for sight distance. Classification of roads. Grade compensation on curves. Types of terrain Design speed. values. formation width. Highway Alignment And Surveys: Main features of 20 years road development plans in India. Roorkee. Tresagne. Design of superelevation. Different modes of transportation. sight distance at intersections. Planning surveys. VI Semester (Civil) CET-310 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING -I L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. overtaking zones.6. IRC recommended values. Nem Chand & Bros. 3. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by Bharat Singh. Factors affecting alignment. 4. Gradient.
V. Types of signals.McGraw Hill Book Co.R.Roorkee. 7. Bituminous mix. markings and islands. Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L. Marks: 100 . 2.Khanna & C. speed and O & D study. Highway Engg. (Civil) VI Semester CET 312 WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT L T P/D T Max. signals. by Matson. Highway Materials:Soil And Aggregates: Subgrade soil evaluation: CBR test. Types of signs. Books: 1.. Basic concept of use of polymers and rubber modified bitumen in bituminous mixes. 4.Smith. Traffic Characteristics And Traffic Surveys: Road user and vehicular characteristics.Delhi. Proportioning of aggregates for road construction by trial and error and Routhfuch method. Design of a rotary. Design of an isolated fixed time signal by IRC method. by S. Intersections at grade and grade separated intersections.G. desirable properties.Khanna Pub.Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Principles of Transportation and Highway Engg. Parking and accident studies. Nem Chand & Bros. and Hurd. PCU. Various tests. 6.W. cutback and emulsions.W..S. plate bearing test.M.Justo. Types of grade separated intersections. New York. Traffic Engg. N. Bituminous Materials And Bituminous Mixes: Types of bituminous materials: bitumen.Kadiyali. Traffic Control Devices: Traffic control devices: signs. by G. testing procedures and IRC/IS specification for suitability of aggregates.P.e. Various tests. Causes and preventive measures for road accidents. 8. Desirable properties of aggregates. Traffic studies such as volume. Tech.K. B. Level of service.Delhi.Rao. 3. testing procedures and IRS/IS specifications for suitability of bituminous materials in road construction. tar. T.5. Capacity for non-urban roads. Fundamental diagram of traffic flow.. Marshall' method of mix design.
Dual system. their merits and demerits. Water quality standards. features and design aspects. 4. Water Supply and Sewerage: E. Tech. Water demands and its variations. 4 Water Distribution: Distribution system – Gravity system. chemical and bacteriological analysis of water. Water Supply Engineering: S. Radial System. Punmia. Water Supply Engineering: B. Population forecasting. 5. Types of intakes.3 1 - 4 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 Hours 1 Water Quantity: Importance and necessity of water supply scheme. Layout of Distribution System – Dead End System.C. Filtration – mechanism involved. Types. VI Semester (Civil) . Kshirsagar. Water Supply Engineering: S. B. 2 Water Quality: Impurities in water and their sanitary significance. Ring System.. Quality and quantity of surface and ground water sources. Mixing basins and Flocculation units.W. 3 Water Treatment: Objectives. New Delhi. Disinfection principles and aeration. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev. Books: 1. treatment processes and their sequence in conventional treatment plant. Pumping System. slow and rapid sand filtration units (features and design aspects). types of filters. Physical. 3. 2. Estimation of total quantity of water requirement. Garg. sedimentation – plain and aided with coagulation. Grid Iron System. Distribution Reservoir-functions & determination of storage capacity.K.R. Steel. Selection of a source of water supply.
5. 6. Viscosity Test on Bituminous Material 9. 4. 2. Los-Angeles Abrasion Test on Aggregates. 7. Deval Attrition Test on Aggregates. . LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1.Crushing Strength Test on Aggregates.CET-314 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-I (P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. Ductility Test on Bitumen. Softening Point Test on Bitumen. . 8. Aggregate Impact Test. Penetration Test on Bitumen. Dorry's Abrasion Test on Aggregates.Marks:50 Pract: 25 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 3.
under-reamed piles. design examples. general design considerations. rectangular and cylindrical underground and overhead tanks. maximum moments and shear. Continuous Beams: Basic assumptions.Marks: 100 Theory: 100marks Duration: 4 hrs. design considerations. raft foundation. Foundations: Combined footings. design examples. design examples. 5. approximate direct design method. . 3. Silos and Bunkers-Various theories. battery of bunkers. design of various types of staircases. design of flat slabs. 2. 1. design requirements. settlements. beams curved in plan-analysis for torsion. Flat slabs and staircases: Advantages of flat slabs.10. Silos and Bunkers: Estimation of Wind and earthquake forces.Flash and Fire Point Test on Bitumen. VII Semester (Civil) CET-401 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTUTRES-II L T P/D Total 4 4 Max. redistribution of moments for single and multi-span beams. design examples. design examples. 4. Tech. Modification of moments. Intze tanks. B. Water Tanks. Prestressed Concrete: . Moment of inertia. Bunkers with sloping bottoms and with high side walls. openings in flat slab. design of pile cap and piles.
effect of top corner steel in square slabs. TMH Pub. Indian Standard Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures.. Loads. 7.. End blocks-Analysis of stresses. IS 1343-1980.Roorkee.Basic principles.Jain. 3. Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures. analysis of one way and two way rectangular and non-rectangular slabs. Nem Chand & Bros. N. Member stiffnesses.N. Yield Line Theory: Basic assumptions. Indian Standard of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete.Y. Pre-Stressed Concrete.Delhi. design examples. Nem Chand & Bros.Lin. B.. design examples. I:S:Specifications .P.. losses in prestress. initial and final stress conditions. 2. design and detailing for ductibility. classification of prestressed members.Delhi.Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks . John Wiley & Sons. IS 456-2000. 4. T. VII Semester (Civil) CET-403 IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-II L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. 5. yield line patterns and failure mechanisms. Bursting and spalling stresses. Torsion in buildings. Magnel's method.IS Code of Practice for Prestressed Concrete. 7.Krishna Raju. IS 3370-1976(Part I to IV). 6. A. Vol.Jain. Jai Krishna & O.. 4326 & 13920 Indian Standard Code of Practice for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures. Tech. N. various prestressing systgems. 6.2. Ductibility of beams. design examples. Building Frames: Introduction. Reinforced Concrete-Limit StaTge Design. Guyon's method. load balancing concept. Methods of analysis. Books: 1. analysis and design of sections for flexure and shear. Analysis for vertical and lateral loads. Plain and Reinforced Concrete. IS 1893.K.Roorkee.
canal syphon and level crossing. gravity dam-two dimensional design. control of seepage. stability criterion. USBR and I. design of filters. chute. roughening devices. . 2. super passage. arch dams-constant angle and constant radius arch dam. use of Khosla's curves. seepage through earth dams. Gupta & Gupta. selection of a site. simple design and sketchs. Diversion canal headworks: Various components and their functions. Off-take alignment.S. silt excluders. cutoffs and drainage galleries. Earth dam. Bligh's creep theory.Water Resources and Water Power Engineering by P. Cross drainage works: Classification and their selection. Storage Headworks: Types of dams.Garg. Khosla's method of independent variables. 3. Books: 1. energy dissipation below spillways. design principles. design of straight Glacis fall. hydraulic design aspects of aqueducts. 2. Irrigation. side channel. cross-regulator and distributory head regulators. development of falls. syphon aqueducts.I & II by R. elementary profile of a dam. 4. design of transitions. Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol. forces acting.S. Regulation works: Canal falls-necessity and location. Ogee spillways.Stilling Basins. 1. types of escapes. layout plan. design of cistern element . 3. canal escapes. Fundamentals on Irrigation Engineering by Bharat Singh. 5.Varshney.Sessionals: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures by S. stilling basins. most economical angle.Modi. various corrections. design of Sarda type fall. shaft and syphon spillways. devices to control silt entry into the off-taking channel and silt ejector. 4. selection of site for diversion headworks.K.N. seepage line. Spillways and Energy Dissipators: Essential requirements of spillway and spillway's capacity. types of spillways and their suitability.
prestress concrete pavements. Tech. Functions of dowel and tie bars. 4. Highway Construction : Non-Bituminous Pavements: Brief introduction to earthwork machinery: shovel. BM. types. Factors affecting design of pavements. Slip-form pavers.405 Transportation Engineering . critical locations of loading. Prime coat. Compacting equipments. WMM. Construction of BUSG. reinforced cement concrete pavements. Principles of field compaction of subgrade. load and temperature stresses. Marks: 100 Theory: 75 Marks Sessional: 25 Marks Duration: 3 Hours 1. Basic concepts of the following: soil stabilized roads. Critical combination of stresses. Construction Of Bituminous Pavements: Various types of bituminous constructions. Spacing of expansion and contraction joints. roller compacted concrete pavements and fibre reinforced concrete pavements. Triaxial method and Burmister’s method. Brief coverage of machinery for costruction of bituminous roads: bitumen boiler. bulldozers.II L 3 T P/D 1 Total 4 Max. Design of thickness of a flexible pavement by Group Index method. dragline. Flexible and rigid pavements. Design Of Flexible Pavements: Types of pavements. Construction of cement concrete pavements. Granular roads. (Civil) VII Semester CET . CBR method (including latest IRC guidelines). Design Of Rigid Pavements: Westergaard’s theory. Joints: requirements. Construction steps of WBM. DBM and AC. . seal coat and surface dressing. Premix carpet. 3. Components of a pavement and their functions. clamshell. IRC guidelines for determination of thickness of a rigid pavement. use of geo-synthetics. hoe. patterns.B. 2. tack coat.
shield tunneling. Highway Drainage And Hill Roads: Surface drainage: types.sprayer. Special characteristics of hill roads: geometrics. needle beam method. Khanna Publishers. . Methods of economic evaluation: benefit cost ratio method. construction of hill roads.J & Witczak. heading and bench method. Justo. Highway Maintenance: Pavement failures. 8. Pilot tunnel. net present value method. Highway Engg by S. Nem Chand Bros. Dhanpat Rai Delhi. 5. Mastic asphalt.E. Highway finance. A text book of Tunnel. full face method. internal rate of return method. Highway user benefits and costs. drainage of hill roads. Driving tunnel in rocks: sequence of construction operations. comparison. 5. by S. Delhi. N. tipper trucks. Shaft. Driving tunnels in soft ground: sequence of construction operations. Principles of Pavement Design by Yoder. rollers. Tunnel Engineering by S. Types of sub-surface drainage.Khanna & C. Benkleman beam. Bridges and Railway Engg. 4. mechanical paver or finisher. USA..C.Kadiyali. drift method. maintenance problems of hill roads 7. Maintenance operations.Delhi. Introduction to various IRC and MOST specifications. hair pin bends.Saxena. Recommended Books 1. 6.Bindra. 2.E.R. Pavement evaluation. HIGHWAY ECONOMICS AND FINANCE Need of economic evaluation. limitations and suitability of each section. bituminous surfaces and cement concrete pavements. TUNNELS Sections of tunnels: advantages. by L.P.K. Roorkee. Dhanpat Rai Publications. Introduction to various types of overlays. compressed air tunneling. 3.W. brief design.M. John Wiley and Sons. cold-mix plant. Principles and Practice of Highway Engg. Maintenance of WBM. pressure distributer. hot-mix plant..G.
Waste Water Engineering: Metcalf and Eddy. joints and appurtenances. self-cleansing velocity and slopes. Sewage disposal by irrigation (sewage treatment). Indian Standards for disposal of effluents into inland surface sources and on land. UASB process . COD. Disposal of Sewage: Disposal of sewage by dilution – self-purification of streams.O. Sewer materials. aerated lagoon. sequence and efficiencies of conventional treatment units.B. Shapes of sewer – circular and egg shaped. Sewage Treatment: Objectives. Theory and design aspects of primary treatment. 3. (Civil) VII Semester CET-407 SEWERAGE AND SEWAGE TREATMENT L T P/D Total 2 1 3 Max. sludge digestion and drying beds. Solids. Recommended Books: 1. 4. combined and partially separate. screening and grit removal units. D. Sewage Characterisation: Quality parameters. Tech.activated sludge process & its modifications. . Quantity of sanitary sewage and variations. Stabilization pond. Preliminary treatment. secondary treatment. Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 2. Systems of sewerage – separate. . Oil & Grease. Design of sewers. Tricking filter.BOD. Collection of sewage: Importance of sanitation. Construction and testing of sewer lines.. 1. septic tank and Imhoff tank.
Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev. Garg.. Underground and Overhead Water Tanks. 4.R. 4. T-Beam Bridge.C. Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S. Flat slabs 2. 5. . Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S. Punmia. 3. B. Combined Footings. 3. Tech.K. Krishansagar.2. Silo/Bunker. Raft foundation.: 25 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Preparing drawing sheets showing reinforcement details in case of: 1. New Delhi. VII Semester (Civil) CET-409 CONCRETE STRUCTURES-II(DRAWING) L T P/D Total 3 3 Max. Pile Foundations. Waste Water Engineering: B. Marks: 75 Pract.
5. 7. 4.B. 3. 6. Design of Guide Banks. Design of Syphon Aquaduct. Complete design and drawing of the following: 1. Design of Sarda type fall & sloping glacis fall. Seepage line in a homogeneous earth dams on impermeable foundation with horizontal drainage. VII Semester (Civil) CET-411 IRRIGATION ENGINEERING DESIGN & DRAWING L T P/D Total 3 3 Max. . Tech. 2. Flood Routing using step by step method.Marks: 75 Sessional: 50 marks Viva-voce: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Design of weirs and barrages on permeable foundation for surface and sub surface flow conditions. Design of Ogee Spillway and stilling basin.
seismic waves. 2. seismic coefficient method. assumptions. design and detailing for ductility. seismicity. vibration of single degree of freedom system. Seismic Analysis and Design: General principles. Transmissibility. VIII Semester (Civil) (Departmental Elective-I) CET-413 ELEMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. plate tectonics. Seismic Performance. codal provisions. seismic zoning and seismometry. Multi-degrees of Freedom(MDOF)Systems: Equation of Motion. modal analysis and its limitations. Stodolas method.Note: Emphasis would be given to the computer aided designs of some of above structures. B. Tech. normal modes and natural frequencies. design criterion for structures. matrix method. response spectrum method. 1. vibration dampers. types of damping. 4. Holzer's method. Seismology: Introduction.Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. strength and deflection. principle of orthogonally. 3. Single Degree of Freedom Systems: Various types of dynamic loads. 5. vibration measuring instruments. earthquake distribution and mechanism. Mode super position method. semi-definite systems. Free and forced vibrations. design examples. Repair and Strengthening: . significance of ductility. earthquake magnitude and intensity. critical damping. dynamic vibration absorbers. response spectrum.
Chandershekaran & Brajesh Chandra . Dynamics of Structures.:1893.Methods for assessing seismic performance. Earthquake Resistant Concrete Structures. geological and lithological classification of rocks.D. Delhi. Elements of Earthquake Engineering. method of classification of rocks. McGraw Hill 3. classification of rocks for engineering purposes. additions of new structural elements.4326 and I. George G. 2. Y-X Hu. composition of rocks. 1. N. Madras. Earthquake resistance design as per I.S-C. Tech. criterion for repair and strengthening. Jai Krishna. Introduction: Importance of rock mechanics.Q.S. R. VII Semester (Civil) CET-415 ROCK MECHANICS(Departmental Elective-I) L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. E and FN Sons. Earthquake Engineering. Laboratory Testing of Rocks: . repair and strengthening techniques and their applications. E & FN Sons. Penelis and J. CBB Pub. B.S. Books Recommended: 1. Theories of Brittle failure.. 6.Liu and W. South Asian Pub New Delhi. Madras. Vibrational Control: General features of structural control. A. Mario Paz. Clough & Penzion.Dong. I. R.13920. influence of design ductility and masonry infills. base isolation.Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. 2. active and passive control system. 4.S. Structural Dynamics. Kapoors. 5.
Books : 1. Stress Around the Tunnels: Basic design and Principles of tunnels in rocks. deformation cell. 8. Compression testing machine. application of rock bolting. field triaxial strength. Rock Mechanics . 4. design of pressure tunnels in rocks. uniaxial compression strength of rock samples. Bieraumer. . Vol. methods of finding tensile strength-direct and indirect methods. Stabilization of Rocks: Rock bolting. Field testing of rock bolts and cable anchors. Rock Mechanics & Design of Structures in Rocks by Obert & Duvell Rock Mechanics & Engineering by Jaeger Art of Tunneling by Schzy. principle of rock bolting. kommerel. bore hole. triaxial shear test. plate load test.I. Hydraulics Fracturing Techniques. cable jacking test. resonance method and ultra-sonic pulse method. Brazilian test. In-situ Testing of Rocks: Field direct shear test on rock blocks. 6. various types of rock bolts. methods of removing end friction of the rock samples. 3. Pressure on Roof of Tunnels: Trap door experiment. use of flat jacks. 3. 6. Elastic and Dynamic Properties of Rocks: Stress-strain behaviour dynamic properties.IV by Lama.II. Protodyakanov theory. photo-elastic stress meter. 5. methods of sample preparation. 5. 4. 2. chamber test. Stress Evaluation in Field: Stress-relief technique(over coring).et.III. 7. Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics by Jaeger and Cook Rock Mechanics by Stagg & Zienkiewiez. use of strain gauges.Various methods of obtaining rock cores.al. stress measurement with flat jack. shear box test. punch shear test. Terzaghi's theory.
IRC recommendations. general principles of pavement markings. general principles of traffic signing. types. Causes of road accidents and preventive measures. Level of service. Marks : 100 Theory: 75 Marks Sessional: 25Marks Duration: 3 Hours 1. Space and time headway. speed study and origin and destination study. Relationship between speed. Brief review of capacity of urban roads. Accident surveys.B. Design of rotary. 4. Traffic signs. Traffic Control Types of traffic control devices. volume and density. Miscellaneous traffic control aids and street furniture. Grade separated intersections. (Civil) VII Semester (Departmental Elective-I) CET . Parking surveys. . Vehicular characteristics. Effects of traffic characteristics on various design elements of the road. 3. On street parking. Highway Capacity Importance. Design service volume. Organisational set up of traffic engg department in India. Road user characteristics. Introduction And Traffic Chracteristics Objectives and scope of traffic engg. 2. Road markings. types of traffic signs. PCU. Importance of traffic characteristics. Speed and delay study. off street parking. Fundamental diagram of traffic flow.417 ADVANCED TRAFFIC ENGINEERING L T P/D 3 1 Total 4 Max. Capacity of non-urban roads. Traffic Surveys Methods of conducting the study and presentation of the data for traffic volume study. Max dimensions and weights of vehicles allowed in India. Tech. Use of photographic techniques in traffic surveys.
Situation in India.W. Webstor’s method and IRC method 6. Factors affecting fuel consumption. Traffic And Environment Detrimental effects of traffic.. Arboricultur.Hill Book Co. Traffic Engg. Signal Design Types of signals. Various types of IVHS.S. Computer Application. Roorkee. Motor vehicle act. Linked or coordinated signal systems. and Hurd. advantages. Tech.Kadiyali. exclusive bus lanes... Regulation of speed. Design of signal timings by trial cycle method..G. New York. Smith. Traffic Regulation And Management Need and scope of traffic regulations. And Transport Planning by L. Traffic management measures: restrictions on turning movements. B. 3.. VII Semester-(Open Elective-I) CET-419 HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER DEVELOPMENT L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. F. Traffic simulation. Khanna Publishers. Traffic Simulation Computer application in traffic engg.E. 2. General traffic regulations. road pricing.M. vehicles and drivers. Nem Chand Bros. McGraw.Khanna & C.R. by Matson. Steps in simulation. New York. Justo.Hill Book Co. McGraw. transport planning and public transport. 8. Vehicular emission norms in India and abroad. 7. tidal flow operations. W.Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks .. traffic restraint.. Scope of traffic management. Highway Engg by S.R. Vehicular air pollution. Scanning techniques. Traffic Engg. 4. Books: 1. T. one way streets. Delhi.5. Traffic Flow Theory by Drew.K. D. approximate method. Alternate fuels. Introduction to Intelligent vehicle highway system.
H. classification of hydro-power plants.N. sub-structure. Turbines: Types of turbines. run-of-river plants. 2. 4. Water Power Engineering. 1. synchronous speed. Books: 1. flow duration and power duration curves. Hydro-Electric Engineering Practice Vol. capacity factors. setting of turbines 6. surges in canals. trash racks. spacing of units. surge tank. gates and valves.K. underground power stations. tidal power. force required to operate gates. Water Power Development. specific speed and classification of turbines. estimation of water power. functions and their types. M. load curve. Sharma.I . Dandekar. 5. super-structure. Intakes: Intake structures. Borrows. flumes and draft tubes. M.I & II. Conveyance System: Penstocks. number and size of units.E.M. firm and secondary power. Power House: General layout and arrangements of hydro-power units.Duration: 3 hrs. Vol. cradles and footings. 4. storage plants diversion canal development.. instantaneous closure of power canal. design criterion. dimensions of scroll casing and draft tubes.K. 5.II & III Brown J. necessity and importance of harnessing small hydro power.G. components of intakes-forebay.M. Introduction: Sources of power . water hammer.Deshmukh. 3. Water Power Engineering. scroll casing . utilisation factors. base load and peak load plants in a power grid. Types of Hydro Power Plants: Elements of Hydro power. tidal power plants. Water Power Engineering. 2. 3. load factors. . pumped storage plants. Mosonyi. economical diameter anchor blocks.
creep and shrinkage of concrete. 3. curing water. Production of Concrete: . grades of concrete. Tech. size. requirements of workability. hydrophobic cement. Maximum size of aggregate. fire-resistance. types of Portland cement.Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Properties of Concrete: Introduction. advantages of concrete. sieve analysis. expansion and contraction joints. durability of concrete sulphate attack. measurement of workability. Quality of mixing water. 4. properties of hardened concrete. VII Semester (Open Elective-I) CET-421 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. shape & texures. waterproof cement. rapid hardening cement. sulphate resistant cement. grading of aggregates as per IS-383-1970. high strength Portland cement. Concrete as Structural Material: Introduction. Aggregates. Fineness Modulus. concept of quality control. various types of cement-ordinary Portland cement. factors influencing workability. tests on cement (physical tests). Concrete Making Materials: Cement. 1. white Portland cement. bulking of fine aggregate. portland-pozzolona cement. high alumina cement. workability. deleterious substances in aggregates. thermal properties of concrete. coloured Portland cement. permeability of concrete. classification of aggregates based on petrographic. 2. Young's modulus of concrete. stress and strain characteristics of concrete.B. preparation of concrete. low heat cement. construction joints.
core-tests. pullout tests. corrosion of embedded steel in concrete. sulphate attack. ready mixed concrete. surface weir. Shetty. evaluation of cracks. fiber reinforced concrete: Materials. Repair Technology for Concrete Structures: Symptoms and diagnosis of distress. Basic concepts. M. Special Concrete: Light weight concrete. concrete curing and formwork removal. 7. Gambhir. vibrators.Chand & Co. Prestressed Concrete: Introduction. mass concrete. Books: 1. pretensioned and post-tensioned concrete elements. Non-Destructive Testing of Concrete: Significance of Non-Destructive Testing. polymer concrete composites.. deterioration by water.'Concrete Techhnology'. 2. Cover meter. Ultrasonic pulse velocity techniques. 8. Fiberstypes and properties. properties of materials. waste material based concrete. vibration methods. ferrocement.N. Prevention of deterioration of concrete. S. Radioactive techniques. classification and types of prestressing. frost action. TMH Pub. prestressing systems. deterioration by chemical reactions. B. Internal vibrators.M. compaction of concrete. definition and its properties. Deterioration of Concrete & its Prevention: Causes of concrete deterioration.Delhi.Delhi. its properties and applications.N. transportation of concrete. Tech VII SEMESTER (Open Elective-I) . 6.L. high strength concrete. common types of repairs.'Concrete Technology'. distress in fire damaged structures.S. definitions. mixing of concrete materials. underwater repairs. shortcrete. Penetration techniques. 9. external vibrators.Introduction. Rebound Hammer. repair of cracks. heavy-weight concrete for radiation shielding. applications. 5. alkali-aggregate reaction. batching of materials.
effects and control measures. plume behaviour. Energy flow – radiation and heat budget. biodiversity and sustainable development. 2. catalytic converters. classification and sources of air pollutants. trophic levels. renewable energy sources (such as solar. biosphere. sulpher. 1.its effects and India scenario. Air pollution control devices like settling chamber. impact of environment upon humans. Ecology Meaning. phosphorus). Energy And Environment Energy. impact of humans upon environment. food chains. wave. biogeochemical cycles (nitrogen. approaches and techniques of air pollution control. conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. Ecosystems and its types. Noise Pollution . scope and sub-division on ecology. 3. Automobile pollution . effects of air pollution on plants. cyclones.CET – 423 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LT PT 3 1– 4 Max. disposal of radioactive wastes. ozone depletion and acid rains). ecological pyramids. chemical and biological agents and effects of chemical and biological warfare. wind. El-Nino and its effects. 5. Effects of air pollution on meteorological conditions (such as green house effect. historical background. Atmospheric self – cleansing processes. uses of energy. hydro and bio mass energy) and their environmental impact with special reference on Indian scenario. sources and effects of radioactive fall outs. bag – filters. animal and human health and economic effects of air pollution. population explosion . economics of energy. Introduction Environment and its segment. Ecological balance in nature. geothermal. Air Pollution Composition and structure of atmosphere. 4. etc. Meteorological parameters influencing air pollution. tidal. ESP. Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. consortism and its ranks.
Marks: 125 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. John Wiley & Sons. Theory of Vibrations: Definitions. New Delhi.. incineration. et. composition and sources of solid – wastes. Noise abatement/control and noise standards. Environmental Engineering’ by S. S. Method of disposal land filling. P. Books Recommended 1. General Principles of Machine Foundation Design: . McGraw Hill Book Co. measurements of noise and weighting networks. sources and effects of noise pollution. Ecology’ by E. Dhanpat Rai & Co. Al. pulverization. New Delhi. Selection of method of disposal. D. Deswal. human acoustics. Odum. 5. Deswal & S. F. Environmental Noise Pollution’ by P. transmissibility. Oxford and IBN Pub.General introduction to noise pollution. 1. harmonic motion. S. Cuniff. N. Tech. types. 2. ‘Environmental Engineering’ by H. 4. Solid Wastes Definition. 6. 3. Peavy. theory of vibration measuring instruments. Air Pollution’ by M. R. loudness. vibrations of a single degree freedom system. Rao. and composting. VII Semester CET-425 Machine Foundations (Open Elective-I) L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. 2. Rowe. B. unit of measurement. Solid waste management and reuse of materials.
IS Code practice for design and construction of foundations for impact machines. permissible amplitude.M. criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation. VIII Semester (Civil) . vibration absorbing materials. design criteria. wave screening. Vibration Isolation and Screening: Active isolation. design examples. 3. Barken's recommendations for weight and base contact area. d.Barken Soil Dynamics by Shamsher Prakash Soil Dynamics and Machine Foundations by Swami Saran Principles of Soil Dynamics by B. permissible stresses in timber. design examples. determination of coefficients of elastic uniform compression and Elastic uniform shear. Foundation for Impact Machines: Dynamic analysis. Indian Standard for design and construction of foundation for reciprocating machine. allowable soil pressure. passive isolation. design procedure. b. 4. 6. methods of analysis and design. planning for vibration isolation. 5. Evaluation of Parameters: Modes of vibration of a rigid block foundation. 7. permissible stresses in concrete and steel. Foundations for Rotary Machines: Special considerations. methods of isolation.Das Vibration and Shock Isolation by Crede B. Barken's soil spring constants. c. design procedure. Foundations for Reciprocating Machines: Analysis of block foundation by Barken's theory of linear elastic weightless spring analogy. Dynamics of Bases and Foundations by D.Types of machines and machine foundations. Books: a.D. e. Tech.
2. width of carriage way. 6.Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessionals: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Various types. C.CET-402 Bridge Engineering L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. Books: . Hydraulic & Structural Design: Piers. Indian Road Congress Bridge Code. 4.C. bridges(brief description of each type) . Design Consideration for R. wingwall and approaches. C. economical span. Design Consideration for Steel Bridges: Various types of steel bridges (brief description of each). Introduction: Definition. Brief Description: Bearings. necessary investigations and essential design data. culvert and T-beam bridges. 1. articulation and other details. clearance. selection of site . aesthetics consideration. abutments.C. design of R. joints. 5.C. design of truss and plate girder bridges. Standard Specifications For Roads And Railways Bridges: General. Bridge Foundation: 8. detailed explanation of IRC standard live loads. 7. components of bridge. various loads to be considered for the design of roads and railway bridges. necessary investigations and design criteria of well foundation.C. Bridges: Various types of R. classification of bridges. 3.
jaws. T. Sleeper density. John Wiley & Sons.Victor. Oxford & IBH Pub. types of ballast and their suitability. requirements. tie bars. requirements of an ideal rail section. Types of sleepers: wooden. Design elements of a turnout. (Civil) VIII Semester CET . length of rails. Defects in rails. Ballast: functions. Turnout: various components. 2. N. N. bearing plates. types. bolts.Krishna Raju. working principle. chairs.R. N. 3. Sleepers. spikes. D.Jagadish & M. Oxford & IBH. types of rail sections. Prentice Hall of India. Bridge Deck Analysis. Permanent Way And Rails Rail transportation and its importance in India. Elastic fastenings. Creep of rails. cast iron. Gauges in India and abroad. Design of Bridge Structures.Delhi.Jairam. Coning of wheels. Fastenings for various types of sleepers: fish plates.A. Rails: functions.R. Marks : 100 Theory: 75 Marks Sessional: 25 Marks Duration: 3 Hours Part-A Railway Engineering 1. Design of Bridges. Fastenings And Ballast Sleepers: functios. Crossing: components and types. advantages.Delhi. Switch: components.Cusens.404 Railway and Airport Engineering L 3 T P/D 1 Total 4 Max. 2. Points And Crossings Necessity. keys.J.N. steel and concrete sleepers. Selection of gauge.P. design of a . R. Tech.Delhi. Adzing of sleepers.1. disadvantages and suitability of each type. B. composition of rail steel. Permanent way: requirements and components. Long welded rails and continuously welded rails. Essentials of Bridge Engineering. 3. requirements of an ideal sleeper. Introduction.Pama & A.
Basic runway length. Introduction And Airport Planning Air transportation. Brief introduction to devices used in interlocking. taxiway. its importance and characteristics. Yards: functions. types of maintenance. Requirements / principles of a good interlocking system. status in India. turn table. Note: In total 8 questions will be set. automatic block system. Classification of airports. diamond crossing. apron.S. Methods of control of train movements: absolute block system. Candidates will be required to attempt 5 questions selecting atleast 1 from part-B. Brief introduction to mechanised maintenance. Difference between highway and runway pavement. Site selection of an airport. Geometric Design Of The Track Gradients. runway. negative superelevation. their effect on elements of an airport. Wind Rose diagram. Layout plan of track junctions: crossovers. Part-B Airport Engineering 1.simple turnout. types. centralised train control and automatic train control systems.M. hanger. Runway patterns. Junction. Marshalling yard: functions. Tractive resistances. Maintenance of railway track: necessity.T. types. 8. single-double slips. grade compensation. Signalling. Aircraft characteristics. Types of runway pavements. working principle. Superelevation. Brief introduction to design of thickness of a runway pavement. throw switch. non-junction and terminal stations. . 4. Semaphore signal: components. Corrections to basic runway length. Runway Layout And Pavement Design Runway orientation. 6. 5. types. Yards And Track Maintenance Stations: functions and classification. Stations. types and classification. cant deficiency. Interlocking And Train Control Signals: objects. Maximum permissible speed on curves. 6 from part-A and 2 from part-B. triangle.P and D. M. Layout plan of an airport and its basic elements: terminal area. Design factors for runway pavement. Hauling capacity of a locomotive.
Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. VIII Semester (Civil) CET-406 Industrial Waste Water Treatment L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. volume reduction. Industrial Effluents by N. quality and its treatment including brief overview of manufacturing process: Textile. reuse of waste water. neutralization.Dutta.Rao & A. N. 2. Airport Planning and Design by S. metal plating. Industrial effluent standards for disposal into inland surface water sources and on land for irrigation. 3. Study of the following Industries from waste generation.K.Saxena and S. oil refinery. b. thermal power plants and radio active wastes. Nem Chand Bros. Industrial and Hazardous Waste Treatment by N. by J. distillery.Delhi. strength reduction. Air Transportation Planning and Design by Virender Kumar & Satish Chandra.G. pulp & paper. equalization and proportioning.P.N.Nemerow & A. 4. Population equivalent.S. Galgotia Publications.Khanna.Manivasakam. nitrogenous fertilizers.K. 5. B. Tech. Roorkee. Dhanpat Rai Publicatios.Delhi. Effects of industrial wastes on streams. Waste Water Treatment by M.Mundray. sugar mill. The Planning and Design of Airports by Robort Hornjeff. A text book of Railway Engineering by S.L. c.Arora. Ltd. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. tannery.. Books: a.Delhi.Books: 1. M. sewerage systems and wastewater treatment plants. dairy. N. . Railway Track Engg.C.Arora. Various steps to minimize effects of industrial effluents on waste water treatment plants and receiving streams-conservation of water. McGraw Hill Book Co.Dasgupta. process change. N.
.P. distempering. floors and roofs. reinforcement.C. finishing(white-washing. Marks: 50 Viva Voce: 25 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Detailed specifications for Earthwork. and R. Plastering. brick work. Tender and acceptance of tender. D. security money. R.. Specification of Works: Necessity of specifications. Public Works Account: Introduction. Cement. cement plastering. Distempering and painting. items of work. function of P.VC. 3. cash book.C. specification for bricks. importance and requirements of rate analysis. concrete works. White-washing. estimation of materials in single room building. retention money. foundation. painting. Estimates of canals.C. distempering). preparation. concrete. Rate Analysis: Purpose. white and colour washing. preparation of rate analysis. first and final bills. works. plastering. different kinds of estimates. works. procedure of rate analysis for items:. their advantages and disadvantages. Estimate: Principles of estimation. examination and payment of bills. two roomed building with different sections of walls. roads etc. types of contracts.floorings. painting. measurement book. different methods of estimation. lump sum items. units of measurement. types of specifications. R.B. VIII Semester (Civil) CET-408 Estimation And Accounts L T P/D Total 3 3 Max. doors and windows. cement. department. R.W. general specifications. 4. contract. sand. Tech. lime. 2.C. units. water. reinforced brick work.B. guidelines.C.C.Earthwork. administrative sanction. Earnest money. technical sanction. 1. .
Unconfined flow with a recharge. S. Formation constants. Estimating and Costing for Building & Civil Engg. . compressibility of aqufers. well pipe.Works by P. Costing & Specification in Civil Engg.. New York.Dutta & Co. hydraulic method.: Theory & Practice by B.. Tech. S. VIII Semester (Civil) (Departmental Elective-II) CET-410 GROUND WATER ENGINEERING L 3 T P/D 2 Total 5 Max. silting of tubewell. interference of water. gravel packing. site selection. leaky aquifers. b. Calcutta.Delhi. rivers Rotary Method and drilling fluids..Bhasin. tile dtrain problem. its types. Effect of boundaries. Dupit's assumptions. verticality and alignment of tubewells. development of tubewells. Partial penetration of an aquifer by a well. d. McGraw Hill Book Co. Pumping equipment and hydraulic testing of pumps.Dutta. Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. c. Estimating & Costing in Civil Engg. design of tubewells in different aquifers. spherical flow in a well. parts. well screen assembly installation. tubewell types. sickness. casing pipe. Lucknow.. by M.Chand & Co. Ground water exploration and methods of investigations.Cooper. N. cable tool method. Non equilibrium formula for aquifer(unsteady radial flows). Construction and working of tubewells. B. Estimating. Building Construction Estimating by George H.L. bore hole.N. inconstruction and corrosion and failure of tubewells. strains. optimum capacity.Chakarborty. Equation of motion for steady and unsteady ground water flow in isotropic homogeneous aquifers. Thiem's equilibrium formula for unconfined and confined aquifers and determination of hydraulic properties of aquifers. Tubewells. Properties of Aquifers. blind pipe.Books a. drilling operation.
Delhi B. recharge techniques induced infiltration. water spreading. planning of waste disposal.Raghunath. Books: 1. John Wiley & Sons Inc. irrigation. 1. considerations and methods.Todd. The impact of human activity on aquatic resources. D. 2. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Air Quality Management: Atmosphere. modification of natural channels. reuse and environmental management. Drainage basin activities and water pollution.. GroundwaterHydrology. Waste Management: . Groundwater. effect of human activity on air quality. 4. shafts and recharge wells. Environment and Human Activity: Resources. regional planning. 3. flooding. basins. The control measures.K.Artificial recharge of ground water. Management of Aquatic Environment: Water quality controls.Newyork. waste disposal alternative. 2. pollution.Marks: 100 Theory: 75 marks Sessional: 25 marks Duration: 3 hrs. H. Tech VIII Semester (Civil) Departmental Elective-II CET-412 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT L T P/D Total 3 2 5 Max. Optimization. ditching. N.M. recharge pits.
7.Urban b. Land Use Management: Impact of land use on human life. . Books: a. flood. quantification. Introduction: Indian rivers. causes of flood and losses. Control of hazards in land use.Glasson B. 1. Environmental Impact Assessment by J. implication of environment assessment in design process. Case studies of EIA of river valley projects and thermal power projects.Jail and L.K. river morphology. VIII Semester Civil (Open Elective-II) CET-414 RIVER MECHANICS & FLOOD CONTROL L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. changes in regimes. Environmental Impact Assessment by Canter c. flood problems. 5.V. General requirements of environmental standards. river gauging. alleviation of flooding. Environmental Assessment: National environmental policy. management of land use.Marks:125 Theory:75 marks Sessionals:50 marks Dutration:3 hrs. Preparation of assessment. behaviour of river flow.Impact of waste disposal of human activity. Environmental Impact Analysis by R. Tech. 6. role of sediments in rivers. Techniques of setting standards.
communication network. Books: 1.Patra. resistance flow .K. forecasting techniques and procedures. Flood Mitigation by River Protection: Basis of river engineering. reservoir operation based on annual storage and regulation. Hydrology & Water Resources Engg. 2. Tech. life of reservoir. Mood's method. protection by embankment. VIII semester . backwater effect. frequency & probability functions. reservoir sedimentation. Flood Control & Drainage Engg.N.2. single and multi purpose reservoirs. Hydrologic Statistics: Probabilistic treatment of hydrologic data. Engineering Economics of Flood Control: Estimation of flood damages. cost benefit analysis of flood control project. Flood Mitigation by Reservoirs: Design factors. by K. energy slope. gate operation schedule. by S. 4. river survey.Garg. reservoir econonmics-cost benefit ratios. forecast reporting flood warning. forecast of rainfall. bank protection. discharge capacity. spreading grounds. flow types. channel improvement. runoff from rainfall. fitting a probability distribution.Ghosh. cutoffs diversion. multi purpose reservoir operation. 3. 3. dead storage. statistical parameters. bank recession. distribution of sediments in reservoirs. three dimensional flow. floord ways. flood plain zeroing. estimation of benefits of flood control. circular and helicoidal flow. types of bank proterction works. ripple mass curve flood routing. storage capacity determinations. Hydrology & Flood Control Engg. engineering methods for flood fighting 6. B. live stoorage. bypass channel. sequent peak algorithom method. design of dyke. maximum and minimum flow operation. forecasting stages. measurement of sediment yields.C. flood storage. cutoff channel. Flood Forecasting & Warning: Basic data. optimisation of benefits. river improvement works. reservoir classification. sediment load measurement. peak travel time. stability analysis of dykes. 5. by S. probability distribution fort hydraulic variables.
Chemical Resistance. The Nomenclature. Erosion Control Measures. Woven geotextiles. 2. Weathering Resistance. Function. 3. Friction Coefficient. Lining of Kakarapar Canal. 5. Application of Geosynthetics in Water Resources Projects: Case Studies: Dharoidam. Use Around The World. 4. Hiran II Dam. Yarn. Physical Properties. Modes of Failure. 7. Placement of Geogrid. . Creep Testing. 6. Biological Resistance. Degrading Agencies. Basic Description of Geosynthetics: Historical Development. Development in India. Sampling. Marks: 125 Theory : 75 marks 314 Sessional : 50 marks Time : 3 hours 1. Durability. Rain Water Erosion. Polymers.S. Fabrics. Bearing Capacity Improvement With Geogrids: Advantages. Raw Materials – Their Durability And Ageing: Raw Materials. Applications. Erosion Control With Geogrids: Wind Erosion. Experimental Studies. D.F. Mechanical Properties under Uniaxial loading. Manufacturing Methods: Fibres. Mechanism.(Open Elective-Ii) (CET-416) GEOSYNTHETICS ENGINEERING L TP Total Max. Meda Creek Irrigation Scheme. Nonwoven Geotextiles. Geogrids – Testing And Evaluation: Factors Influencing Testing.
super-parametric and sub-paramatric elements. Rao & G. functional approximation. Raju 2. computation of stiffness matrix of isoparametric elements. finite differences method. Tech. 2. development of element stiffness. matrix and equivalent nodal loads. 1. VIII Semester (Open Elective-II) CET-418 INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHOD L T P/D Total 3 1 4 Max. Designing with Geosynthetics. element strains and stresses. development of finite element method.V. convergence criteria for isoparametric elements.Books Recommended: 1. Isoparametric Elements: Isoparametric. Element Properties: Displacement models.Marks:125 Theory:75 marks Sessional:50 marks Duration:3 hrs. (Tata McGraw-Hill) B. natural co-ordinate systems. Introduction: Field conditions. 3.V. 4.S. Engineering With Geosynthetics. numerical integration technique using Gauss Quadrature. (Prentice-Hall) Robert M. One Dimensional Element: . relation between the nodal degrees of freedom and generalized coordinates. convergence requirements. Koerner G. boundary conditions. shape functions. static condensation.
Tech.J.'Concept and Applications of Finite Element Analysis'. reduced integration. plate bending elements.N..F. C. Cook.S. Krishnamurthy..'Finite Element Primer'. Hermitian beam element.'Finite Element Analysis-Theory and Programming'. 7.Delhi. b. Plane Bending Analysis: Displacement functions. Desai. R. Plane Stress and Plane Strain Analysis: Triangular elements.D.V. Gauss elimination and matrix decompsition. 5. VIII Semester (Open Elective-II) CET-420 TRANSPORT PLANNING .D.Delhi.Truss element. Books: a. Conduction Heat Transfer: Formulation of finite element method for heat conduction.S. axisymmetric solid element. Dhanpat Rai Pub. New York. one dimensional heat conduction. and Abel.N.N. boundary conditions and reactions. 8. beam on elastic foundation. Direct Stiffness Method of Analysis and Solution Technique: Assemblage of elements. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt.'Introduction to the Finite Element Method'. rectangular elements.Ltd..Delhi. isoparametric elements.Malkus. 9. solution of beam problem. and Plesha. TMH Pub. various weighted residual techniques. C. direct stiffness method.M. d.K. John Wiley & Sons. 6. error estimates and adaptive meshing. patch test.. analysis of plane truss problem. c.. Finite Element Analysis Software: Pre-and Post-processors finite element analysis software.S.. Manicka Selvam. stress smoothing technique.E. two dimensional conduction heat transfer. B.
Assignment techniques. brief introduction to various methods of economic evaluation. EVALUATION Need for evaluation. Types of surveys. Transport planning process. Brief introduction to various methods of modal split. Factors affecting modal split. advantages and limitations of these methods. Trip distribution by gravity model. various stages. 4. TRANSPORTATION SURVEY Definition of study area. TRANSPORT PLANNING PROCESS Status of transportation in India. 2. TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT Principles of assignment. Inventories of existing transport facilities. Basic concepts of uniform factor method. O-D surveys. land use and economic activities. Considerations in evaluation. 6. Several plans to be formulated. . 7. TRIP GENERATION Trip purpose. 3 . TRIP DISTRIBUTION Methods of trip distribution. Testing. capacity restraint assignment and diversion curves.L 3 T P/D 1 - Total 4 Max. Objectives and scope of transport planning. Economic evaluation. basic principles. regional and national transport planning. MODAL SPLIT General considerations for modal split.Urban. Zoning. average factor method and opportunity model. 5. Land use and traffic. Trip generation estimation by multiple linear regression analysis. Marks : 125 Theory : 75 Marks Sessional Duration : 50 Marks : 3 Hours 1. Brief review of multipath assignment. All or nothing assignment. brief review of category analysis. Factors affecting trip generation. comparison.
Justo.. Introduction to Transport Planning by Bruton. 10. CBR lab test on soil. Introduction to MRTS. And Transport Planning by L.G. 2. Hutchinson Technical Education.R. iii.. 4. Marks : 50 Sessional : 25 Marks Pract /Viva voce: 25 Marks Duration LIST OF EXPERIMENTS : 3 Hours 1. B.8. 3. .K.Kadiyali. Delhi. Roorkee. Traffic speed study using videography technique. Highway Engg by S. Nem Chand Bros.J. London. Khanna Publishers.E. ii. Stripping test on aggregates. (Civil) VIII Semester CET . Determination of bitumen content. 5. Flakiness and Elongation Index of aggregates. Traffic Engg. Specific gravity of bitumen. 6. Proportioning of aggregates. Tech.422 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – II (P) L T P/D 2 Total 2 Max. 7. MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS Problems of Urban Transport. 9. Specific gravity and water absorption test on aggregates. Traffic volume study using videography technique. Types of MRTS. Marshall’s stability test. Requirements of MRTS.Khanna & C. MRTS in India Books: i. M. 8.
To determine volatile and fixed solids in a sewage sample. suspended.B. 3. To determine the chloride concentration in a sewage sample. 5. To determine the alkalinity of a sewage sample. 1. VIII Semester (Civil) CET-424 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II(P) L T P/D Total 2 2 Max. 2.O. dissolved and settable solids in a sewage sample. To determine total.D. 6. 7. Tech. 4. To determine the sulphate concentration in a sewage sample. To determine the acidity of a sewage sample. 8. To determine oil and grease in a sewage sample. . To determine the B.Marks:50 Pract:25 marks Sessional:25 marks Duration:3 hrs. of a given sewage sample.
To determine the fecal count of a given sewage sample. Course No. of a given sewage sample. CET-423 Environmental Engg.O.9. 10. CET-425 Machine Foundations 5. COT-471 Fundamentals of Software Engg.C. LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVE-I FOR VII SEMESTER Sr. 4. CET-419 Hydro Electric Power Development 2. Microscopic studies of a sewage. 11. CET-421 Concrete Technology 3. ET-461 Non-Conventional Energy Sources . 6. To determine the T. of a given sewage sample. Name of Subject Remarks 1. COT-473 Fundamentals of Database Systems 7 COT-475 Fundamentals of Computer Hardware Technologies 8. COT-477 Artificial Intelligence 9. To determine the C. 12.D.O.
ET-467 Illumination Engg. ET-469 Microprocessors and Applications Only for C and M 14.10. ET-431 Transducers and Applications Only for C and M 15. MET-435 Computer graphics and product Design 24. ECT-435 Acoustic Engineering 18. ET-465 Fault Tolerance and Reliability Engg. HuE-463 Industrial Social Responsibility 30. 13. 12. ECT-437 Measurement Systems 19. 27. ET-463 System Modeling and Control Only for C and M 11. HuE-461 Modern Trends in Management 29. MET-429 Industrial Robotics 21. HuE-475 Advance Communication Skills in English 32. ECT-431 e-Business 16. ECT-433 Radio and TV Engineering 17. ECT-439 Basic Communications Engg. CHT-463 Metals and Alloys 28. MET-431 Cryogenic Engg. MET-437 Piping Engg. MET-433 Industrial Noise and Control 23. MaE-467 Advanced Mathematics-I . MET-439 Process Equipment Design 26. HuE-467 Development and Planning in Indian Economy 31. 20. MET-441 Industrial Engg. 22. And Organization Not for M. 25.
Name of Subject Remarks 1. PhE-465 Lasers 34. CET-420 Transport Planning 5. Course No. 3. COT-474 Fundamentals of Computer Networks 7. ET-466 Reliability Centered Maintenance 13. 8. CET-414 River mechanics & Flood Control 2. CET-416 Geosynthetics Engg. ET-468 Process Instrumentation & Control 14. ET-470 ANNs and Fuzzy logic . COT-472 Fundamentals of Operating Systems 6. COT-480 Security and Cryptography 10. CET-418 Introduction to Finite Element Method 4. PhE-467 Ultrasonics LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVE-II FOR VIII SEMESTER Sr. COT-476 Object Oriented Software Engg. ET-462 Energy Management and Conservation ( All except E) 11.33. ET-464 Robotic Dynamics and Control 12. COT-478 Expert Systems 9.
ECT-438 Op-amp Applications 19. ET-474 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems 17.(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE .15. PhE-468 Non-Destructive Testing 33. MaE-468 Advanced Mathematics-II 32. ECT-436 IC Fabrication Processes 18. MET-432 Pneumatics & Hydraulics Control 24. HuE-462 Entrepreneurship 29. MET-436 Computer Modeling & Software Engg.) SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B. MET-438 Air Pollution and its Control 27. ECT-442 Mobile Communication 21 MET-428 Non-Conventional Energy Systems 22. MET-430 Value Engg. MET-434 Material Handling 25. ChT-464 Polymer Technology 28. Hue-464 Human Resource Management 30. ET-472 Control and Guidance 16. 26. 23. PhE-470 Transducers & their Applications (‘*’ Subject to the final approval of BOS AS & Hum. ECT-440 Theory and Application of DSP 20.TECH. * *Intellectual Property Rights 31.
125 3 25 50 3 25 50 3 25 75 3 CET-209 Engineering Geology 3 MAT-201 Mathematics III 3 1 .4 75 50 .25 . Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.III SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.2 2 .125 3 .2 2 .150 3 Exam.150 3 .5 100 50 .) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-201 Structural Analysis-I 3 CET-203 Building Construction 4 Materials & Drawing CET-205 Fluid Mechanics-I 3 CET-207 Surveying-I 3 2 .4 75 50 CET-211 Structural Mechanics-I(P) CET-213 Fluid Mechanics-I(P) CET-215 Surveying-I(P) - .3 3 .50 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------19 7 9 35 525 400 75 1000 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .25 .150 3 2 . 1 .125 3 .2 6 100 50 ./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.4 75 50 1 .5 100 50 .
Subject L T Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.125 3 .2 5 75 50 .125 3 .50 .2 2 .5 75 50 2 .5 75 50 .100 3 25 75 3 25 75 3 25 75 3 25 50 3 .SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.4 75 25 .25 . CET-204 Design of Steel Structures-I 3 CET-206 Fluid Mechanics-II 3 CET-208 Soil Mechanics 3 CET-210 Surveying-II 3 2 .50 CET-212 Fluid Mechanics-II(P) CET-214 Soil Mechanics(P) CET-216 Surveying-II(P) - CET-218 Engineering Geology(P) HUT-201 Industrial sociology 2 1 .125 3 Exam.2 2 .125 3 .2 2 ./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE IV SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.2 2 .50 .TECH.5 75 50 1 .125 3 .) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-202 Structural Analysis-II 3 2 .3 75 50 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------17 8 10 35 450 450 100 1000 .
150 4 Exam.100 3 .------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Note: Students shall devote 4 weeks to Survey Camp after 4th semester examination.6 100 50 . CET-303 Design of Concrete Structures-I 4 CET-305 Hydrology 3 2 . SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.5 75 50 .) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-301 Structural Analysis-III 3 2 .125 3 1 ./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.5 75 50 2 5 75 50 2 .(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE V SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.125 3 . Subject L T Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.TECH.4 75 25 CET-307 Geotechnology-I 3 CET-309 Project Planning & Management 3 HUT-301 Principle of Management 3 .4 75 50 .125 3 .125 3 1 .
150 3 Exam.TECH(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE VI SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.2 2 .150 3 .25 25 50 3 25 50 3 .5 100 50 CET-306 Water Resources & Systems 3 .2 2 ..25 ./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.5 100 50 2 .25 25 50 3 ...) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-302 Design of Steel Structures-II 3 CET-304 Irrigation Engineering-I 3 -` 2 5 100 50 .100 .100 - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------19 10 6 35 475 450 75 1000 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.2 2 . Subject L T Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.150 3 . 2 .CET-311 Structural Mechanics-II(P) CET-313 Concrete Lab(P) CET-315 Geotechnology (P) CET-317 Survey Camp .
5 100 50 . Subject L T Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.100 3 25 50 3 25 50 3 50 100 3 CET-310 Transportation Engineering-I 3 CET-312 Water Supply & Treatment 3 CET-314 Transportation Engg.150 3 .) Exam.4 75 25 1 .2 2 ./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.I(P) CET-316 Environmental Engg.Engineering CET-308 Geotechnology-II 3 2 .50 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------18 8 9 35 550 350 100 1000 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Note: Students shall devote 6 weeks to training after sixth semester examination outside the college campus at approved works. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.3 3 .25 .4 75 25 .100 3 .25 . .(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE VII SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.2 2 .TECH.-I(P) CET-318 Computer Applications - 1 .
.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-401 Design of Concrete Structures-II 4 CET-403 Irrigation Engineering-II 3 CET-405 Transportation Engg.4 75 25 1 .6 6 .100 3 CET-407 Sewerage & Sewage Treatment 2 CET-409 Concrete Structures-II(Drg.3 75 25 .4 75 25 .100 4 1 .100 3 .3 3 .100 3 CET-411 Irrigation Engg.4 100 .50 3 1 .4 75 25 .Design & Drawing DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE-I CET-413 Elements of Earthquake Engineering OR CET-415 Rock Mechanics OR CET-417 Advanced Traffic Engineering OPEN ELECTIVE-I CET-419 to CET-425 PROJECT-I 3 1 .4 75 50 .100 3 .-II 3 .125 3 .50 25 75 3 25 75 3 .100 50 150 3 CET-427 Geotechnical Engineering OR CET-429 Transportation Engineering OR CET-431 Environmental Engineering CET-433 Practical Training Report ----75 75 3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------18 5 12 35 475 350 175 1000 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .3 3 .) - 1 .
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE VIII SEMESTER EXAMINATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course No.25 .II(P) PROJECT-II CET-426 Structural Engineering OR .100 3 .TECH.125 3 .25 2 .4 75 25 25 50 3 .100 3 .2 2 .25 25 50 3 25 50 3 3 1 .4 75 25 1 .4 75 50 .100 50 150 3 .100 3 1 .4 75 25 .3 3 .) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CET-402 Bridge Engineering 3 1 .5 75 25 CET-410 Ground Water Engineering OR CET-412 Environmental Impact Assesment OPEN ELECTIVE-II CET-414 to CET-420 CET-422 Transportation Engg.6 6 . CET-404 Railway & Airport Engineering 3 CET-406 Industrial Waste Water Treatment 3 CET-408 Estimation & Accounts DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE-II 3 .2 2 . Subject L T Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract.100 3 Exam./ Marks of VivaVoce (Hrs.-II(P) CET-424 Environmental Engg.
25 3 ----75 75 3 75 75 3 CET-432 Comprehensive Viva-Voce CET-434 General Fitness & Professional Aptitude ----- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------15 7 13 35 375 350 275 1000 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .1 .CET-428 Water Resources Engineering CET-430 Seminar 1 .25 .
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