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S.E ( Civil ) Revised Structure 2007- 2008
S.E (CIVIL) Sr.No PART-I Teaching of the (Hrs/ Week ) Theory Practical Total 04 04 04 04 04 --------20 ----02 02 02 02 02 02 12 04 06 06 06 06 02 02 32 Examination Scheme Theory Term Pract/ work Oral 100 --------100 100 100 100 --------500 25 25 25 25 50 25 175 25 25 25 ------------75 Total Marks

## Name of the Subject

Engineering Mathematics-III Strength of Materials Fluid Mechanics I Surveying I Concrete Technology Communication Skill Computer Lab I

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## Name of the Subject

Engineering Mathematics-IV Surveying II Fluid Mechanics II Building Construction & Drawing Theory of Structure I Computer Lab. II

Teaching of the (Hrs/ Week ) Examination Scheme Theory Practi Total Theor y Term Pract/ cal work Oral 04 ----04 100 --------04 04 04 04 ----20 : : : 02 02 04 02 02 10 750 Marks 750 Marks 1500 Marks 06 06 08 06 02 30 100 100 100 100 ----500 25 25 50 ----50 150 25 25 50 --------100

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## Total S.E (CIVIL) PART-I S.E (CIVIL) PART-II TOTAL

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III Teaching Scheme: Lectures:4 Hours/week Examination Scheme Theory: 100 Marks, 3 Hours.

1) Vector Calculus: Differentiation of vectors Radial and transverse components of velocity and acceleration, Tangential and normal components of velocity and accelerations. Scalar and Vector point function. Gradient of scalar point function. Divergence & Curl of vector point function. Solenoid & irrotational fields, Line integral, surface integral, Gausss Divergence Theorem, Stokes Theorem, Greens Theorem Cylindrical , Spherical Polar & Curvilinear coordinates. (14 hrs) 2) Fourier Transform: Fourier integral- Fourier sine and cosine integral. Complex form of Fourier integral. Fourier transforms. Fourier sine and cosine transform and inverse transform (6 hrs) 3) Linear Differential Equations: solution of linear differential equation on n th order with constant coefficients. General method, short cut methods to find P.I, method of variation of parameters. Equations reducible to linear from i.e. Cauchys & Legendres form. Solution of simultaneous linear differential equations. Application of LDE to Electrical, Mechanical & Electronics, Civil Engineering (10 hrs) 4) Laplace transform: Introduction to laplace transform, properties & theorems of to laplace transforms Laplace transform of special function. Bessel,s periodic, Error function. Heaviside unit step function, Displace heaviside unit step function, Dirac-Delta function (impulse function) Inverse Laplace transform. Methods to find inverse Laplace transform. Use of Lap lace Transform Table, Use of theorems of Laplace Transform, Use of partial function. Convolution theorem. Solution of linear differential equation with constant coefficient by Laplace transform. solution of linear differential equation on n th order with constant coefficients & simultaneous linear differential equation by laplace transform (10 Hrs)

Note :Section A Chapter 01 & 02 Section B Chapter 03 & 04 More stress should be given on Engineering Application Recommended Books A text book of Applied Mathematics Volume II & III Advanced Engineering Mathematics Engineering Mathematics -III Higher Engineering Mathematics

## P.N.Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar H.K.Das G.V.Kumbhojkar Dr.B.S.Grewal

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs/week Practical : 2 Hrs/week Term Work: 25 Marks Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks Practical / Oral : 25 Marks

1) Shear force and Bending Moment: Relationship between load intensity, shear force and bending moment simply supported, cantilever and overhanging beams with Point loads, UDL and moments, Uniformity varying load (4 Hrs)

2) Simple Stresses and Strains: Simple stresses & strains, stress - strain relationship for mild steel & torque steel Hook's Law. Uniform, compound & composite sections, temperature stresses for uniform & composite section, Poisson's ratio, lateral strains, elastic constants Elongation of uniformity tapering Sections. ( 8 Hrs) 3) Bending Stresses & Strains: Theory of bending, section modulus, beam cross section inc1uding Indian standard steel sections, Flitched beams,. (4 Hrs) 4) Shear Stress in beams : shear stress in beams, shear tress distribution in beam sections of various shapes like rectangular,circular, triangular , T- section & I- sections (4 Hrs)

5) Principle Stresses & Strains: Analysis of stresses on different planes in a material, two dimensional stress system, Principal stresses & planes, Mothr's Circle for stresses. (4 Hrs)

7) Theory of Torsion : Circular shafts subjected to torque, stress distribution, power transmitted by shaft and close coil helical springs. (4 Hrs)

8) Thin Cylindrical & Spheres: Thin pressure vessels - Cylindrical & Spherical subjected to internal fluid pressure introduction to theory of thick cylinders. (4 Hrs)

9) Strain Energy: Strain energy due to axial loads, bending, shear, torsion, axial Impact load on beams for members of one material. Term work Part A EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST (all compulsory experiment & continuous assessment) 1) Direct & Punching shear test 2) Cold bend test on M.S. bar 3) Tension Test on MS bar 4) Tension Test on Deformed bar 5) Bending Test on timber beam 6) Torsion on MS bar 7) Impact test on metals (Charpy & Izod) 8) Flexural test on flooring tiles 9) Water absorption test on bricks 10) Compressive strength of bricks (4 Hrs)

Term work Part B ( one exercise on each of the following chapter ) 1) Shear force and Bending Moment 2) Bending Stresses in beams 3) Shear Stress in beams 4) Principle Stresses & Strains (Mothr's Circle Method ) 5) Theory of Torsion Recommended Books 1) Strength of Materials F.L.Singer 2) Mechanics of Structures (Vo1.- I) S.B.Junnerkar 3) Element of Strength of Materials Timoshanko & Young 4) Strength of Materials S Ramamutrthum 5) Strength of Materials B.C Punmia 6) Strength of Materials Rajput

Fluid Mechanics I
Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs / week
Practical : 2 Hrs/week

## Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks

Practical / Oral : 25 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks

1) Introduction & Properties of Fluid: Scope & application of fluid mechanics, Newtons Law of viscosity, classification of fluids, Newtonian and Non Newtonian fluid, ideal and real fluids, SI system of units, physical properties of fluids density, specific weight, specific volume, relative density, dynamic and kinematics viscosity, compressibility, cohesion, adhesion, surface tension, capillarity, vapor pressure, cavitations. ( 5hrs) 2) Fluid Statics: a) Pressure at a point, PASCALs law, measurements of fluid pressure: Gauge, vacuum and absolute pressure, simple and differential manometers along with manometric equations. b) Hydrostatics pressure on plane and curved surfaces, pressure diagram, pressure on dams, Lock gates and sluice gates. c) Archimedes's principle, Concept of buoyancy, metacenter, determination of Metacentric height by analytical and experimental method, equilibrium of floating bodies. Conical buoys, stability of oscillating floating bodies, buoys anchored at the bottom (7hrs)

3) Fluid kinematics-: a) Lagrangian and Eulerian approach of f1uid motion. Dimensions of flow axisymmetric flow Classification of f1uid flows, steady, unsteady uniform non-uniform, Laminar, turbulent,concept of vorticity, rotational. ir- rotational flows , path line, streak line, stream line, stream tube b) Continuity Equation on Cartesian coordinates, Velocity Potential, Stream function, flow net. c) Velocity and acceleration of fluid particle, Tangential and Normal acceleration d) Relative Equilibrium: fluid masses subjected to uniform linear and radial acceleration, Free and forced vortex flow, Radial flow. (7hrs) 4) Fluid Dynamics: Forces acting on fluid in motion, Euler's equations of motion in Cartesian coordinates and along stream line. Bernoulli's Equation (or Energy equation) by integration of Euler's equation, Momentum equation, Kinetic and Momentum Correction factors. (6 Hrs) 5) Measurement of Flow: (a) Venturimeter Pitot tube, Orifices, Mouthpieces, and Time or emptying tank through orifices. b) Flow over Notches and weirs. (7hrs) 6 ) Viscous Flow: Relation between shear stress and pressure gradient, steady laminar now through circular pipes, Hagen-Puiseullie's equation Laminar now. Through incline pipes and parallel plates at rest, movement of piston in a dashpot, bearings, Simple coutee flow. (4hrs)

Dimensional Analysis and similarity: Dimensions of various physical Quantities Raleighs methods Buckinghams theorem types of similarities and distortion non distorted models & non dimensional numbers & their significance. (4hrs)

7 ) ( a ) Concept of boundary layer theory : Thickness of Boundary layers, displacement thickness, momentum thickness, drug force due to boundary layer, types of boundary layer, separation of Boundary Layer. (Analytical treatment not expected) b) Forces on immersed bodies in flowing fluids: General equations, lift, drag, types of pressure: distribution about buff: stream line bodies, aerofoil, Magnus effect, (Analytical treatment not expected) Hrs) Term work Minimum 7 Experiments should be conducted during the course and record a journals for the same shall be submitted. 1 ) Study of pressure measuring devices. 2) Determination of meta centric height. 3 ) Calibration of Bernoullis equation 4) Calibration of Venturimeter 5) Determination of Hydraulic coefficient for orifices. 6) Determination of coefficient of discharge for mouthpiece. 7) Calibration of Rectangular notch 8) Calibration of Triangular Notch 9) Study of electrical analogy method for plotting of flow nets. Practical Examination :The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on 1) Performing an exercise 2) Record of exercise submitted by the candidate. 3) Viva vace on the syllabus. Recommended Books 1) Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics by Modi & Seth. 2) Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines - by R.K. Bansal. 3) Fluid Mechanics and hydraulic Machines - by Ramamutham and R. Narayan :) 4) Fluid Mechanics and hydraulic Machines - by V.L.Strcclcr and E.B.Wy!iE. 5) Fluid Mechanics and hydraulic Machines - by Douglas and others 6) Fluid Mechanics - by K.L.Kumar 7) Fluid Mechanics -by K.Subrmanya 8) Fluid Mechanics -by R.J. Garde 9) Fluid Mechanics -by French (4

SURVEYING I
Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs / week Practical: 2 Hrs / week Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks Pr. / Oral: 25 Marks 1) Chain & Compass Traversing: Object, Division, Classification, Principles of surveying, precision in surveying, chain and tape, instruments for marking stations, Direct and Indirect ranging, Chaining a line, chaining on sloping ground, Errors in chaining. Tape correction, chain triangulation, offsets, and methods of locating objects. Instruments for setting out right angles cross staff survey, prismatic and surveyors compass. Meridians, true, magnetic and Arbitrary bearings, Designation of bearings, Fore and back bearing, calculations of angles from bearings and bearings from angles. Local attraction and correction of bearings. Magnetic declination, calculation of true bearings. Traverse adjustment, sources of errors. (8 hrs)

2) Leveling: Definitions, construction details of dumpy level, Auto level, Bench Marks, Fundamental lines, Temporary and permanent adjustments, balancing of back sight and fore sight distances, simple and differential leveling, reduction of levels, classification of leveling profile leveling, reciprocal leveling, check leveling, plotting of profiles, leveling difficulties, errors and precision in leveling, effect of curvature and refraction, contouring, characteristic of contour lines and their use, methods of contouring ,interpolation of contours. (8 hrs)

3) Plane table survey: Introduction, Accessories used in plane table survey, adjustments of plane table,methods of plane tabling and their suitability, two point and three point problems and their solution (2 hrs) 4) Theodolite: Construction, types transit, Non- transit, Vernier and micro optic theodolite, Temporary and permanent adjustments, measurements of horizontal angles by various methods, measurements of direct and deflection angles, measurements of magnetic bearings of a line, measurements of vertical angle, other uses of Theodolite. Traversing with theodolite- direct observations of angles and bearings. Checks in closed traverse, calculations of bearings from angles, traverse computations, balancing the traverse, Gales traverse table, and computations of area of a closed traverse by different methods, sources of errors. Permissible errors and degree of accuracy. Omitted measurement. (8 hrs)

5) Trigonometrical Leveling: Indirect leveling, leveling on steep ground, Single plane and double plane methods, curvature and refraction, Axis signal correction, difference of elevation of two station by single and reciprocal observation. (6 Hrs)

6) Tachometric surveying: introduction, instruments, methods of tachometry, principle of stadia method, determination of tachometric constants, Anallatic lens, horizontal and inclined sights, vertical and normal staff, Beaman Stadia Arc, Auto reduction tachometer, Tachometric contouring, errors. (4 hrs)

7) Computation of area and earth work: Planimeter theory and use, area of cross sections for level, two level, three level, side hill two level and multilevel section, prismoidal and trapezoidal formula for volume calculations, prismoidal correction, volume of cut and fills- road, canal, railway and reservoirs, haulage and lifts, mass diagrams for economic grade line. (4 hrs) Practical Examination :The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on 1) Performing an exercise 2) Record of exercise submitted by the candidate. 3) Viva vace on the syllabus. Minimum nine exercise should be conducted during the course and record (journal ) for the same shall be submitted. All the projects are compulsory. 1 ) Chain and cross staff survey. 2 ) Measuring bearings of traverse lines, calculation of included angles and check. 3) Study of dumpy level and reduction of levels. 4) Profile, Fly, differential and check leveling, 5) Study and use of plane table survey by radiation and intersection. 6) Measurements of horizontal and vertical angle by simple method. Face left and face right observation. 7) Measurements of direct, deflection angle and magnetic bearing with the theodolite. 8) Study of tachometer and determining tachometric constants. 9) Determining horizontal distance and reduce level of points by tachometric observation with horizontal and inclined line of sight and vertical staff. 10) Determining distance and reduce level of elevation point by trigonometrically observation. Projects : 1) Chain and compass traverse 2) Block contouring 3) Plane table traversing 4) Road project 5) Theodolite traverse Recommended Books 1) Surveying and Leveling Vol. I & II - By Prof. T.P. Kanetkar and Prof. S.V. Kulkarni, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan Pune 2. Surveying Vol. I & II - By Dr. B.C. Punmia, Laxmi Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi 3. Surveying and Leveling Vol. I - By Hussain & Nagraj 4. Surveying - By David Clark 5. Surveying - By Norman Thomas

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY
Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs / week Practical: 2 Hrs / week 1) Constituent material and their properties: 20 % Weightage a)Cement: Manufacturing process: types, Hydration of cement, chemical constituents, Effects of chemical constituents on properties, physical and chemical test procedures, adulteration. (3 Hrs) b)Fine aggregates : Classification of aggregates, particle size analysizer and fineness modulus , impurities, moisture content, specific gravity, absorption , bulk density, bulking, standard specifications (3 Hrs) c) Course aggregate: Type, particle size analysis and fineness modulus, moisture content and specific gravity, absorption flakiness index, Elongation index, crushing value, impact value, abrasion & attrition standard specifications. (3 Hrs) d) Water: Quality of water, use of seawater. (1 Hrs) 2) Cement concrete: 10 % Weight age a) Different grade of concrete proportioning and mixing methods, volume batching weigh batching, hand mixing and machine mixing, types of mixtures, workability of concrete, factors affecting workability, measurement of workability , slump test, compaction factor test, Vee- Bee consist meter , flow table test, segregation and bleeding. (4 Hrs) 3) Handling of concrete: 20 % Weight age (2 Hrs) a) Transportation of concrete, methods & planning of concrete (2 Hrs) b) Compaction: Hand and machine compaction different type of vibrator & their principle b) Curing: Definition, necessity, different methods of curing (2 Hrs) 4) Concrete properties: 15 % weight age (6 Hrs) a) Strength of concrete: Factors affecting strength of concrete like water cement ratio, angularity, size & shape of aggregate. Gain of strength with age, compressive tensile and bond strength of concrete. b) Elasticity, shrinkage and creep: Elastic properties of concrete, relation between modulus of Elasticity, measurement of creep, factors affecting creep, shrinkage & factors affecting shrinkage. c) a) Testing of hardened destructive and non-destructive testing methods Concrete mix design, variable in proportioning, various methods of proportioning statistical quality (2 Hrs) Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks

5) Concrete Mix design: 10 % weight age (6 Hrs) control of concrete. Common terms used mean strength, variance, standard deviation, coefficient of variation, relationship between average design strength and specified minimum strength b) Different methods of mix design such as, ACI method, PRL method, Road note No, - 4 Method, IRC 44 method of mix design, trial and error method for ordinary concrete.

6) Different types of concrete: 10 % weight age (3 Hrs) Properties used and advantages of lightweight concrete, heavy weight concrete, High strength concrete, air entrained & fiber reinforced concrete, polymer concrete, concrete used for massive structures and marine structures 7) Form work: 5 % weight age (2 Hrs) Introduction, requirement of form work, form work planning, types of form work, design loads on the form works, stripping time for different structural elements 8) Concrete chemicals: 10 % weight age (3 Hrs) Modern concrete admixtures and constructions chemicals, plastisizers, super plastisizers, retardars, accelerators, air entraining agents , water proofing materials Term Work : The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST (all compulsory experiment & continuous assessment)
EXP. NO. A 1 EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST Cement (Minimum four) 1) Fineness of cement 2) Consistency- percentage of water for normal consistency 3) Initial & final setting time 4) Soundness of cement. And Compressive strength of cement B Fine aggregate (minimum two) 1) Fineness modulus 2) Bulking of sand 3) Impurities in sand. 0 3 Course aggregate: (minimum four) 1) Fineness modulus 2) Aggregate crushing value. 3) Aggregate impact value 4) Flakiness index 5) Abrasion test 6) Gradation test 0 4 Concrete: Workability of concrete (minimum three) 1) Slump test 2) Compaction factor test 3) Vee- Bee test 4) Flow table 0 5 Compulsory experiments: 1) Compressive strength test (Cement & Concrete) 2) Split tensile test 3) Mix design 4) Modulus of Elasticity and Poissons ratio of concrete 06 Non destructive test on hardened concrete

## Note : - Minimum one visit to construction site is compulsory

Recommended Books Concrete Technology - M.S. Shetty Properties of concrete - Nevellie Concrete Technology - Dr. Chand Concrete mix design and all - A.C.C. Publications Mix design- Krishna raju Concrete Technology :- M.L.Gambhir Relevant I.S. specifications

COMMUNICATION SKILL
Teaching Scheme : Examinatio n Scheme Practical: 2 Hrs / week 50 Marks Course curriculum :Basic communication skill Communicating with peers Communicating formally Communicating causally Communicating for daily requirements Personality development Formal dressing Casual dressing Dressing up to occasion Interview dressing Body language Eye contact Persona management Effective Group Discussion What is group discussion Why are Group Discussions held What is judged in Group Discussion What are the keys to a successful Group Discussion Different topic for Group Discussion Different ways of modules of Group Discussion Effective public speaking How to deliver an effective How to involve the public at large Stage course Effective crowd alertness and zinc Art of effective English communication Why is it so important What difference does it make Motivation therapy New avenues for improved communication New therapies for inculcating English Presentation for Aptitude test What is an Aptitude test What are aptitude test held What is judged in an aptitude test What are the keys to successful aptitude test Different areas for an aptitude test Different ways of modules of aptitude test English grammar Why is grammar important What are the different parts of English grammar How do we practice it Interviews techniques Term Work:

Types of Interviews Why is the Interview held What is judged in an Interview Types and rounds of Interviews Operations round for an Interview HR round for an Interview Technical round for an Interview How to express freely an ethically in an Interview How to make resume or bio data Things meant to be said in an Interview and vice versa How to crack and get an offer from an Interview Psychological aspect of question Reading the interviewers mind Telephonic Etiquettes How to give telephonic Interview How to introduce your self and speak on a call How to speak to anyone on the phone What are telephonic Interview held for How to crack telephonic Interview Mock call handling What is the benefit of mock calls How does one benefit from the Mock call session

LAB I
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Practical: 2 Hrs / week Term Work: 25 Marks

Following is the suggested list of the experiments for the subject LAB I of S.E (Civil) 1. Introduction to operating system 1 ) DOS 2) Windows 3) Linux

Introduction to M.S Office word , Excel , Power Point 2. Survey I Two problems each from section A & section B of survey I should solve by writing programs in C in language. The program should be error free and desired out put should be obtained 3. F.M- I Two problems each from section A & section B of F.M- I should solve by writing programs in C in language. The program should be error free and desired out put should be obtained. 4. SOM : Two problems each from section A & section B of F.M- I should solve by writing programs in C in language. The program should be error free and desired out put should be obtained. 5. Introduction to Auto CAD & some small drawing should be Auto CAD covered in LAB I

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-IV Teaching Scheme : Theory Lectures:4 Hours/week. Examination Scheme Theory Exam. : 100 Marks, 3 hrs in

## 1. Function of Complex Variables: Introduction, Analytic function, Cauchy- Riemann equations

Cartesian and polar form. Harmonic function, Integration : Line integral, contour integral, Cauchy integral theorem, Extension and Cauchy integral formula (without proof ) TaylorSand Laurent;s series (with out proof) Singularities, Residues, Cauchy residues theorem (with out proof) Integration along unit circle and along the upper half semicircle. Conformal transformation and bilinear transformations. 2. Static & probality : Measures of Dispersion, Moments, Skewness and kurtosis. Binomial, poissonss & normal distribution. ( 06 hrs) 3. Numerical Methods: Solution of algebraic & Transcendental equations by Newtons Raphson method, solution of linear simultaneous equation by Gauss eliminations, Gauss Seidal method, Lagranges Interpolation formula. Numerical Differentiation, solution, of ordinary differential equation by Picards method, Taylors series method, Eulers modified method and Rang-Kutta fourth order method (12hrs) 4. Application of partial differential equations: Solution of PDE by methods of separations of variables. Application to vibration of sting ( wave equation) one dimensional heat flow, two dimensional heat flow ( 06 hrs) (14hrs)

5. Z-Transform : -z-transform for elementary functions and properties (without proof), inverse Z- transform by residue. Solution of different equations by Z- transform. (4hrs)

Note : 1) In all numerical methods derivation are not expected. 2) Section-A Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. Section B Chapter 3,Chapter 4, and Chapter5

Recommended Books A text book of Applied Mathematics Volume II & III Engineering Mathematics Engineering Mathematics -III Higher Engineering Mathematics Numerical Method P.N.Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar H.K.Das G.V.Kumbhojkar Dr.B.S.Grewal S.S Shastry

SURVEYING II Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs / week Practical: 4 Hrs / week Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks Pr. / Oral : 25 Marks 1) Curves: Introduction, Degree and radius of curves, Horizontal and vertical curves. Types: Simple, Compound , Reverse and Transition curves, Geometry of simple curve, compound curve by offsets and angular measurements. Transition Curve: Elements of transition curve, Types of transition curve, Object of introduction transition curve, Relation between length to radial acceleration, Super elevation, Ideal transition curves, Cubic parabola, spiral and Lemniscates as transition for road and railway curves. (8 Hrs)

2) Geodetic Surveying: Methods in geodetic surveying, Triangulation figures, classification of triangulation systems, selection of stations, Indivisibility and height of stations, towers, signal, and their classification, phase of signals, Measurements of angles, Instruments used, Methods of observation of angles, satellite station and reduction to center , Eccentricity of signals , Base line measurements , Apparatus used , base net, correction to base line measurement. Reduction to mean sea level, extension of a base. (8 Hrs)

3) Triangulation Adjustments: Kinds of Errors, Laws of Weights, Determination of the most probable values of quantities, the method of least square, indirect observations on independent quantities, normal equation, conditioned quantities, the probable error and its determination, Distribution of errors to the field measurements, method of correlates, station adjustment and Figure adjustment, Adjustment of a geodetic triangle, figure adjustment of a triangle, calculation of spherical excess, computation of the sides of a spherical triangle. Adjustment of a geodetic Quadrilateral, adjustment of a quadrilateral with a central station by method of least squares (8 Hrs)

4) Photogrammetry : Application to various fields, General idea of terrestrial photogrammetry, Arial photogrammetry, Arial camera, composition of map and vertical photograph, vertical tilted and oblique photographs, concept of principle point, nadir point , isocenter, horizon point and principle plane, scale of vertical photograph, computation of length and height from the photograph, relief displacement on vertical photograph, flight planning, ground control , radial line method, Binocular vision and Stereoscopic fusion, mirror and lens, Stereoscopes. Parallax equation, measurement of parallax and determining difference of elevations, stereo meter, general idea of stereoscopic plotting instruments, basic principle of remote sensing, photo interpretation, applications to Civil Engineering (7 Hrs)

5) Use of Electronics in Surveys: Electromagnetic waves and their properties, phase comparison, Modulation, types of Electronic distance measurement instruments, the Geodemeter , the Distomat (3 Hrs)

6) Hydrographic Surveying: Introduction, Soundings, Methods of locating soundings, horizontal and vertical control, The sextant, ranges, plotting of soundings, The Three Point problem mechanical, graphical and analytical solutions. (3Hrs) 7) Engineering Surveys: Setting out work building, culverts, bridges and tunnels, transferring the alignment underground, Route surveys, city surveying and topographical surveys. (3 Hrs)

Practical Examination :The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on 1) Performing an exercise 2) Record of exercise submitted by the candidate. 3) Viva vace on the syllabus. Minimum nine exercise should be conducted during the course and record (journal ) for the same shall be submitted. All the projects are compulsory. EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST (all compulsory experiment & continuous assessment)
EXP. NO. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST Setting out simple circular curve by offset from long chord and from chord Produced. Setting out simple circular curve by Rankines method. Measurements of base line by subtence bar method. Satellite station and reduction to center. Study of one second Theodolite and measurement of horizontal angle by repetition method. Study of Nautical sextant and measurement of angle by nautical sextant. Study and use of mirror stereoscope and parallax Bar. To find Air-base distance for a given pair of aerial photograph. Study of Electronic Distance Meter. Study of Auto reduction Tacheometer

Projects : 1) Tachometric contouring. 2) Geodetic Quadrilateral Adjustments 3) Plotting river cross section by Hydrographic surveying (Three point problem) 4) Setting out building / culvert. Recommended Books
1) Surveying and Leveling Vol. I & II - By Prof. T.P. Kanetkar and Prof. S.V. Kulkarni, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan Pune 2. Surveying Vol. I & II - By Dr. B.C. Punmia, Laxmi Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi 3. Surveying and Leveling Vol. II - By Hussain & Nagraj 4. Surveying - By David Clark 5. Surveying - By Norman Thomas

FLUID MECHANICS II Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs / week Practical: 2 Hrs / week Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks Pr. / Oral: 25 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks 1) Flow Through Pipes: (a) Darcy's Equation, Minor Josses, laws of fluid friction Hydraulic Gradient Line& Total Energy Line (b) Flow through pipes in series and parallel, equivalent pipes and branching of pies, three reservoir problems under steady state, flow through nozzle, power transmission (c) Turbulent flow through pipes: Pandtl's Theory velocity distribution equation for smooth and rough pipe, mean velocity and variation of friction factor, Moody's chart, Nikurade's Experiment (d) Water Hammer: Rigid and Elastic Water column theories function and types of surge tanks. (e) Pipe Network analysis, loops, formation of head and discharge equations, Hardy cross method. (7Hrs)

2) Flow In open channels: (a) Classilleation of channels, nows in channels, steady & unsteady flows,uniform &. non uniform flows, Jaminar & turbulent flows, gradually and rapidly varied flows, velocity distribution in open channels, geometric shapes of channel section and their expressions, economic channel sections (Rectangular, trapezoidaJ and trhUlgular), Basic equations of fluid flow viz. continuity equation, Bernoulli's equation and momentum equation as applied to channel flow, Uniform flow, Chazy's and Manning's equations, Specific energy diagram, ~ternate depths, Froude number specific force, sequent depths, criticu1 sub-critical artd super critical flows. b) Non Uniform Flow: Energy equation for gradually varied flow (OVF), Basic assumptions and equations, slope profiles with different combinations, Computation of GVF (by direct step method only) c)Flow measurement appurtenances: Different channel transitions viz. Venturiflume and standing wave flume, stream gauging, and current meter d) Rapidly varied flow, phenomenon of hydraulic jump in rectangular channel section, basic equations classification and applications of hydraulic jump, conjugate depths and its computation, energy dissipation in hydraulic equation (9 Hrs)

3) Dimensional analysis of similarity: dimensions of various quantities raleighs method buklinghams thermo types of similarities and distorted and non distorted models non dimensional number and their significance (4 Hrs)

4) Impact of. Jets: Dynamic of force and momentum; Impulse momentum equation. Jet force on Statior ery and moving vanes, jet propulsion, forces on reduce bends (4 Hrs)

5) Turbines: Classification and types of turbines, impulse and reaction turbines, components and parts, vane angle, inflow and outflow conditions, efficiency and characteristics of turbines based on performance, specific speed, unit speed, unit discharge, unit power, selection criteria for turbines, governing of turbines, cavitations, draft tube and its function runway speed, surge tank' (5 Hrs)

6) Centrifugal pump: Parts of centrifugal pumps, Types, construction and principle of working, principle of similarity efficiencies characteristics and specific speed under various operations conditions priming of pumps cavitations, minimum speed compaction, multi surge centrifugal pumps, self priming, booster pumps. (5 Hrs) 7) Reciprocating Pumps: Types, working principle, indicator diagram, works done effect of acceleration and frictional Resistance, slip separation in section and delivery pipes, Air vessel and its function, multi cylinder pumps. Rotary arid Gear wheel pumps. (4 Hrs)

8) Hydraulic Machines: Hydraulic ram, hydraulic accumulator, hydraulic crane, hydraulic intensifier, press jack lift (2 Hrs)

Term Work : The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on
EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST (all compulsory experiment & continuous assessment) EXP. NO. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 EXPERIMENT TITLE / LIST Determination of Chezys & Mannings constants. Determination of coefficient for venture flume / Standing wave flume. Determination of pipe friction factor Determination of minor losses Study of Hydraulic jump. Impact of jet Trial on Turbine. Trial on Centrifugal pump. Trial on reciprocating pump. Study of Hydraulic ram.

Practical Examination :The practical examination shall consists of performing an exercises based on the practical work done during the course. The record of the exercises submitted by the candidate and viva vove on the syllabus. The assessment will be based on 1 )Performing an exercise 2 )Record of exercise submitted by the candidate. 3 )Viva vace on the syllabus.

Recommended Books
1) Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics - Modi and Seth 2) Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic machines - R. K. Bansal 3) Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic machines - Ramamurtham 4) Fluid Mechanics and Applied Hydraulics - P.R.Mehta, S.K. Ukarande, U. W. Mate 5) Open Channel Flow - by K. Subramnaya 6) Open Channel Hydraulics - by Ven Tee Chow 7) Open Channel Flow - by K.G. Runga Raju 8) Fluid Mechanics - by K.L.t<.utrtat 9) Fluid Mechanics - by K.Subttnanya 10) Fluid Mechanics - by RJ. Garde 11) Fluid Mechanics - by French 12) Fluid Mechanics and hydraulic Machines - by Douglas

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION & DRAWING Teaching Scheme Lectures : 4 Hrs / week Practical : 2 Hrs / week Examination Scheme Theory paper : 100 Marks Term Work : 50Marks Pr. / Oral : 50 Marks

1) Design aspect of foundation for load bearing structures and trial pits. 2) Design & construction of different types of walls solids walls cavity walls and portions walls, typical structures in masonry construction corbel threshold wall plate copping. 3) Shoring Underpinning and scaffolding & introduction to trussed and its suitability. 4) Damp proofing & Termite proofing & fire protections thermal insulation 5) Ventilation wind effect stack effect and air conditioning summer & winter. 6) Relative functions and role of owner architect structural engineer and contractor building byelaws of municipal council and corporation. 7) Principal of planning preparation of working and submission drawing

Practical examination Lab- I 1) Measured drawing (including site visit) 2) Data drawing 3) Details of drawing Lab II 1) Preparation of four plans of one room , two rooms tenements apartments and bungalows 2) Sketches - Shoring Underpinning, scaffolding, Buttresses, Windowsills, corbels, Partition walls, Damp proofing courses, thermal insulations, air conditioning system ventilations. 3) Preparation of above plans by AutoCAD ( Lab II I ) Recommended Books
1. Building Construction - B.C.Punmia 2. Principles of building drawing - M.G. Shah & C.M. Kale 3. ATB Building construction - Sharma & Kaul 4. Construction Engineering - Y. S. Sane 5. Building Construction ( Vol. I, II & III ) - W.B. Markay 6. National Building Code of India S.P. 7 - ISI 4.

THEORY OF STRUCTURE I Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 Hrs / week Examination Scheme Theory paper: 100 Marks

1) Columns and Struts: Axially loaded compression members, short and long column different end condition. Eulers theory and Rankine theory and IS code formulae. Limitation of Eulers formula, column with initial curvature , laterally loaded struts.. (6 Hrs)

2) Curvature, slope & deflection: Curvature, slope and deflection of statically determinate beams, cantilevers, propped cantilevers, macaluy method . (4 Hrs)

3) Deflection of statically determinate structures: Castiglianos theorem, Deflection of beams and frames by strain energy, deflection of pin jointed trusses, effect of temperature change, willot diagrams. (6 Hrs)

4 )Fixed beams: Relation between free bending moment diagram & Fixed bending moment diagram Beams with different moment of Inertia, effect of sinking of support. (4 Hrs)

5 ) Continuous beams: Calpeyrons theorem of three moments, beam with diff MI, effect of sinking of support (4 Hrs) 6 ) Rolling Loads & Influence lines for statically determinate structure: Rolling Loads & Influence line for statically determinate structure for reaction, bending moment and shearing force for cantilevers and simple and compound beams. Influence lines for forces in member of statically determinate trusses. Criteria for maximum bending moments and maximum shearing force for simple determinate beams. Absolute maximum bending moment. (8 Hrs) 7 ) Three hinged Arches: Determination of horizontal thrust, bending moment radial shear and normal thrust, for parabolic and segmental three hinged arches. Influence line for horizontal thrust, bending moment, radial shear, and normal thrust. (4 Hrs)

8 ) Three hinged suspension bridge: Simple suspension cable, anchor cable, suspension bridge with three hinged stiffening girder Influence line diagram for horizontal reaction at cable support and for bending moment and shearing force at a given section in three hinged stiffening girder. (4 Hrs)

Recommended Books Analysis of Structures ( Vol. 1 & II ) Theory of Structures Theory of Structures : Vazirani & M.M. Ratwani : S. Ramamurthum : T imoshenko & Young

Theory & Analysis of Structures ( Vol. 1 & II ) : Jain & Jain Mechanics Of Structures ( Vol. 1 & II ) : S B. Junnerkar.

LAB II
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Practical: 2 Hrs / week Term Work: 50 Marks Following is the suggested list of the experiments for the subject LAB II should be solve by writing programs C language the program should be free error and desired out put should be obtained 1. Introduction to operating system 1 ) DOS 2) Windows 3) Linux

Introduction to M.S Office word , Excel , Power Point 2. Survey II Two problems each from section A & section B of survey II should solve by writing programs in C in language. The program should be error free and desired out put should be obtained 3. F.M- II Two problems each from section A & section B of F.M- II should solve by writing programs in C in language. The program should be error free and desired out put should be obtained. 4. BCD : Two problems each from section A & section B of F.M- II should be solved the drawing should be implemented using Auto CAD 5. Introduction ; Introduction to advance software related to civil engineering the students study the intricacies of the commercially available software and free to download software related to subjects they have studied up to PART- II of S.E must be able to present comparative merits and demerits of each software their adequany and relevancy in meeting the desired out put