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HS 101 Introduction to English Language and Composition 2-1-0-3 1. Remedial Grammar: It is the basic core for the development of the English language and it can be more enhanced through our mini language lab currently, though in future with computerised language lab containing tense busters and other softwares to develop interests in students to learn language through games. Content: Articles, Prepositions, Tenses, Active and Passive forms. 2. Effective comprehension: In this global era effective comprehension is an attempt to develop in technical students to comprehend different topics relative to varied scientific and social myriad happenings in the world thus bridging the gap from the scientific- technical culture from the liberal arts culture. Content: Passages from News Papers, magazines and short comprehensions from GRE packages
3. Effective Composition: Liberal space has been devoted to written composition and an overall initiative will be taken to show the students that most effective writing-scientific or literary-adapts certain principles of rhetoric which can be learnt and put into practice through artistic writing. Content: Discussions on varied topics in tutorials, excerpts from magazines and newspapers.
4. Pronunciation Skill: One of the important aspects in communication and personality impression of the students. This will be enhanced through the aid of language lab and the instructors own drilling exercises. So that availing such a skill can create great space for themselves and for job in this age of globalisation, where overall developed personality is more easily absorbed. Content: With the help of language lab and instructors drilling exercises.
1. Special Theory of Relativity Frame of Reference, Galilean Transformation, Inertial and Non-inertial frames, Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity, Michelson-Morley Experiment Lorentz transformation of space and time, Length contraction, Time dilation, Simultaneity in relativity theory, Addition of velocities, Relativistic dynamics, Variation of mass with velocity, Equivalence of mass and energy.
6 2. Thermal Physics Maxwell-Boltzmann Law of distribution of molecular velocities, Evaluation of r.m.s.velocity and of average and most probable speeds, Mean free path, Transport phenomena.
3 3. Geometrical Optics Combination thin lenses, Cardinal points of coaxial optical systems, thick lenses, location and properties of cardinal points, Newton s formula, graphical construction of images. Eye pieces, Aplantic points. Optical Instruments-Spectrometer (Prism and grating), Sextant.
5 4. Physical Optics Interference- Condition of observing interference. Degree of coherence and visibility of fringes. Production of interference fringes and determination of wavelength using Fresnel s Biprism. Michelson interferometer and its uses. Interference due to thin films. Wedge shaped films. Newton s rings.
8 Diffraction- Frasnel s Diffraction, Fresnel s Half Period Zone, Zone Plate, Fraunhofer s diffraction by single slit, double slit. Theory of plane grating. Width of principal maxima. Rayleigh s criterion of resolution. Resolving power of prism and grating. 7 Polarisation- Unpolarised, polarized and partially polarized lights. Polarisation by reflection. Double refraction by uniaxial crystals, Polaroids, Huygen s theory of double refraction. Half wave and quarter wave plates. Production and analysis of
plane elliptical and circularly polarized light. Optical activity. Fresnel s theory of optical rotation, Specific rotation, Biquartz and Laurent half-shade polarimeters.
6 5. Holography Basic principles Holography and its applications.
6. Laser Stimulated and spontaneous emission, Einstein s coefficients, relative contribution of stimulated and spontaneous emissions, population inversion, Laser emission, Ruby and He-Ne lasers, characteristic of Laser light.
7. Acoustics Production and detection of Ultrasonics, Measurement of Velocity in Liquids, Applications of Ultrasonics. Accoustics of building.
Reference Books 1. Mechanics-D.S.Mathur 2. Optics-A.K.Ghatak 3. Heat and Thermodynamics-Brijlal & Subramanium 4. Thermal Physics-B.K.Agarwal 4. Physics of Oscillations and Waves-R.B.Singh 5. Engineering Physics-A.S.Vasudeva
List of Experiments
Minimum ten experiment to be completed out of the following-
12. 3. To determine the wavelength of light by Newton s ring method. To determine the height of building by Sextant. To determine the co-efficient of thermal conductivity of bad conductor by Lee s method. Credit:5 Chemical Bonding Valence bond theory. 14. To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of liquid by rotating cylinder method. 9. 13. 5. To determine the surface tension of water by capillary rise. 6. 2. CH 101 Chemistry 3-1-2. application of phase rule to one component system 2 . 10. 15. To determine the surface tension of water by Jager s Method. To determine the focal length of combination of two thin lenses by Nodal slide assembly and its verification. 7. 8. imperfection in solids 6 Polymers Classification of polymers. types of polymerisation and their principles. biopolymers.1. To determine the wavelength of light by Diffraction Grating. To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of water by capillary flow. To determine the co-efficient of thermal conductivity of rubber. 4. 11. To determine the co-efficient of thermal conductivity of good conductor by Searle s method. To determine the value of mechanical equivalent of heat by Callender s & Barne s method. 6 Phase rule Derivation of the phase rule. polymer materials of industrial importance. structure property relationship. To determine the dispersive power of the given material of the prism. To determine the wavelength of light by Fresnel s biprism. To determine the specific rotation of canesugar using Polarimeter. molecular orbital theories of bonding in metals and semiconductors (Band theory).
anti-knocking agents. power alcohol.Gurtu and N. Engineering Chemistry: Theory & Practices. 6 Fuels Classification. Dhanpat Rai & Co. water treatment processes..Singhal.. analysis of solid fuels. detailed account of paints. side reactions and surface reactions. rating. properties and testing of lubricating oils. liquid fuels and its properties.Chawla. carbonisation of coal.N. 2000. J. Jain & Jain. knocking and octane. 4 Reference Books A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry. 4 Water Chemistry Sources and nature of impurities. functions. consecutive reactions. gaseous fuels including LPG and natural gases. complicating factors in reaction kinetics.Chemical kinetics Reaction rates. order and molecularity of reactions. Engineering Chemistry. calorific value. Dhanpat Rai & Co. characteristics of natural water. New Delhi. cetane number. S. . 6 Corrosion Theories of corrosion. Pragati Prakashan. factors influencing reaction rates.opposing reactions. Meerut. boiler feed water. 2004. New Delhi. diesel as a fuel. 2004. 6 Lubricants Definition. types of corrosion and its protective measures. mechanisms and classification of lubricants. varnishes and resins.
Art of manufacturing. Thomas and Finney. 3 . Grinding Machine. 8 3. Stoke s theorems and applications. Introduction of casting defects. New Central Book Agency. Differential and Integral Calculus. Power series. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. LBM. Differentiability. Slotter and Planer. line and surface integrals. WJM etc. Bali and Iyengar. 5. Piskunov. Gauss. Narosa Pub. Khanna Publishers. Milling Machine. House T. Transformation of one system of coordinates into another system. Shaper. Limit . 3. Construction and working of lathe. Definite integrals. Machining Processes and Machine Tools: Classification of machining processes and machine tools. Classification of manufacturing processes. Applications. Vol I $ II. Boring Machine. References: 1. Guide to processing of metals and alloys. 4 2. Introduction to Materials and Manufacturing: Introduction to engineering materials such as metals and alloys and their applications. ECM. 4. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Moscow Jain and Iyenger. Green. triple. Mazumdar. Jaggi and Mathur. Mir Pub. Brief introduction of Newer Machining Processes such as EDM. 6. 2. Curl and divergence. Improper integrals. Method of preparation of Sand Mould.MA 101 Mathematics-I Credit: 4 3-1-0 Quadric surfaces in three dimensions. Khanna Publishers ME 101 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes L T P-2 0 2 1. Casting Processes: Elements of Sand Mould. Mean value theorem. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Vector calculus. Taylor s theorem for functions of one and two variables. Extrema of functions of multi-variables. Sequences and series. Engineering Mathematics. Directional derivatives. House N. Drilling machine. Narosa Pub. Engineering Mathematics. Continuity.Gradient . Double. Trapezoidal and Simpson rule. USM.
Resistance and gas welding techniques. editing and saving files. Brazing and Soldering.S. Press Working Operations: Classification of press working operations. Internet browsers Netscape & Explorer. Introduction of PINE/ELMN. HTML Tags.Yadav . Files & Directories. www.4. Concept of Micro manufacturing and nano-technology 2 Introduction to Profession CS101 L T P-2 0 2 Credits: 3 Information Technology portion: MS WINDOWS xxxx commands. Fabrication Processes: Classification of welding operations. Frames. Hypertext Markup Language. Construction of Power Presses. TMH . word processing. Telnet. Dash . Concept of CAD. D. DHTML. CAM and CIM. UNIX tools. Brief description of arc. 3 5. editors. file management. Creating HYML documents. Books & References 1. Types of joints and welding positions. FTP. 4 6. Press working terminology. Search Engines. Types of dies and their operations. Introduction to unix. Foundation of Information technology New age International 2003 2. S. LINUX Commands. Modern Trends in Manufacturing: Automation. Internet and World Wide Web : Introduction to Internet.
Electric Current Current Density Vector. Magnetic Field due to a Straight Infinite Wire. Energy as an Integral over the Magnetic field. Distant Field due to Loop of Current. 6 2. 4 6. Coulomb law (vector form) and superposition principle. Magnetic Moment. Self and Mutual Inductances. Curl of H and calculation of H. Biot Savart s Law. Energy of Coupled Circuits and Current Distribution. Plane Polarized Plane Wave Solution. Magnetic Field due to Circular Loop and Solenoid at Axial points. Quantization and conservation of charge. Simple cases of charge distributions. flux of Efield. Variation of Magnetic field with distance along the axis of Helmholtz galvanometer. Gauss flux law (Integral and differential form). Curl H. Electromagnetic Waves in Free-Space Maxwell equations. Poynting s Theorem. 2 3. Energy of a Solenoid. Magnetic Current Field H. Energy of charge Distribution. Ohm and Joule s Laws(Integral and differential forms). Magnetic materials and magnetization. Faraday s Law(Integral and Differential forms). Characteristics of these Electromagnetic waves. Energy as an integral over the field of uniformly charged spherical surface and volume. Vector potential and its Evaluation for Uniform magnetic field and for Straight Infinite Wire. Law of Force in magnetic Field on currents and Charged Particles. concept of electric field lines. Electrostatics PHYSICS II 3-1-3-5 Background of vector calculus. Time Varying Fields Displacement Current. Divergence and curl of B. 3 . Magneto statics Ampere s Law. Equation of Continuity.PH 201 1. 10 5.
DeBroglie Waves. Engineering Physics-A. Heisenberg s Uncertainty Principle and its applications. Modern Physics-Beiser 5. 4 Quantum Concepts-Particle nature of radiation. Wave Packets.Srinivasan 7. Introduction to Electrodynamics-David J. Antiferro and Ferri Magnetic Materials.Physics for Engineers-M. 6 Particle Physics-Classification of elementary Particles 1 Reference Books 1. Electricity & Magnetism-Brijlal & Subramanium 2. Hysteresis curve and their uses. Dia.Griffths 4. X-ray absorption X-ray diffraction.Gasirowicz List of Experiments . 4 Magnetic Properties of Materials.7. Electricity & Magnetism-K.Tiwari 3. onedimensional Schrodinger s wave equation and concept of probabilities. Atomic & Nuclear Physics X-rays-Characteristic and continuous X-ray spectra. Davission-Germer experiment. Phase velocity and group velocity. amplitude. Larmor s Theory and Diamagnetic Susceptibility. Magnetic Circuits. Wave nature of Particles. Mosley s law. Quantum Mechanics. Langevin s Theory and Curie-Weiss Law. Laue Spots Bragg s Spectrometer. Para.S.Ferro.Vasudeva 6. Compton effect.R.K. application to one-dimensional potential well. Bragg s law.
Generalized Fourier series. To determine the E. IVP/BVP. Undetermined coefficients. Determinants. Fourier series. Linear simultaneous algebraic equations. To determine the reduction factor of Helmholtz Galvanometer. Series solutions. To find the current sensitivity of a galvanometer using P. .Box. Strum-Liouville problem. First order ODE. 14.. To find the internal resistance of a cell using P. 3. To convert a galvanometer into an ammeter of 200 milliamperes.O. Quadratic forms. 9. Existence and uniqueness questions. Diagonalisation and canonical forms. 2. MA-201 Mathematics-II Credit: 4 3-1-0 Linear vector spaces. 4. 8. Orthogonal polynomials. Special matrices. 15. Laplace transforms and application to solutions of ODE.Box. To compare the illuminating power of two electric bulb by photometer. To calibrate an ammeter and voltmeter using Potentiometer. To determine the variation of magnetic field along the axis of current carrying coil. Higher order ODE. To study the non-Ohmic behavior of the filament of an electric bulb.E.O. To find the resistance of a galvanometer using P. To determine e/m by magnetic focussing. To convert a galvanometer into a voltmeter of 3 volts.O. 10. Solutions of homogeneous and nonhomogeneous ODE.Box. 11. 6. To Verify Stefan s law. of copper using voltameter. To calibrate a moving coil galvanometer using P. Variation of parameters. To determine the specific resistance of wire by Carry-Foster s Bridge. Fourier integrals.O. 7. Linear transformation and matrices.Minimum ten experiment to be completed out of the following- 1. 13.Box.C. 12. 5. System of linear equations.
5. single phase ac circuit behavior of R. E. 6. Narosa Pub. Grids Distribution: Industrial. Engineering Mathematics. working principles of Ammeter. types of wiring: stare case. B. 2. 4. phasor diagram and equivalent circuits. 3 Transformer & Rotating Machines: Principle of operation and construction of single-phase transformer. 5 Measuring Instruments: Types of instruments. Wattmeter & Energy meter. Voltmeter. 8th Edition.S. Domestic Wiring: Materials. fluorescent tube and simple domestic wiring layout. Utilization: Types of loads. Linear Algebra. Substations. accessories & ratings of the wiring materials. UPS and domestic inverters. Combination of R. Functional Block diagram of Generating stations (Hydel & Thermal Stations) Transmission: Standards (AC & DC). Principle of electromagnetic energy conversion. Starting and speed control of DC and AC motors 6 . Resonance. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Wiley Eastern Jain and Iyengar. Khanna Publishers.References: 1. Khanna Publishers EX 201 Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3-1-2-5 A.Grewal. Kreyszig. Hoffman and Kunj. 3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. earthing and electricity rules. L and C in series and parallel. Khanna Publishers. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. L and C. Electrical Engineering Introduction to Electrical Energy Generation: Types of power Plant. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Three Phase AC circuits: Line and phase voltage/current relationship for star & delta connections. Commercial and Domestic Standards. House Jaggi and Mathur. 6 Steady-state analysis of AC circuits: Sinusoidal and phasor representation of Voltage & current. efficiency and voltage regulation. Prentice Hall Bali and Iyengar.
inclinations. Digital Multimeter and its applications. scales. Concept of universal gate. 2 . diode resistance. CB and CC configurations and characteristic curves. logic gates. 4 MC-101/201 Engineering Graphics (2-0-4). Boolean Algebra. v-i characteristics. 4 Electronics Instruments:Oscillators. 2 Linear IC and its applications 3 Digital Electronics:Number systems.Credit 4 General: Importance. 4 Bipolar -junction Transistor : Bipolar junction transistor. dimensioning. CRO and its applications. 2 Projection of Points and lines in different quadrants. Zener diode and its applications voltage regulator. characteristics. projections on auxiliary planes. break down characteristics. Breakdown mechanism. switching time. significance and scope of engineering graphics. Electronics Engineering Junction Diode : p-n junction. conversion of bases. CE.B. traces. shortest distance. Zener and avalanche. 4 JFET and MOSFET: The JFET and MOSFET action. orthographic projections. diode applications. Flip-Flops and counter. Requirement of biasing. types of biasing. different types of projections. intersecting and non-intersecting lines. capacitance. and true lengths of the lines.
Kinds of line. 3 Shape Description (internal): Importance of sectioning.Planes other than reference planes: Perpendicular and oblique planes. Obtaining true shape of the plane figure by projection. orthographic. and conventional practices. sketching of orthographic views from pictorial views. projections of points and lines lying in the planes. Right hand and left hand threads. axis. . 3 Projection of solids: Simple cases when solid is placed in different positions. Forms of Screw Threads. rules of printing. cutting plane representation. 2 Machine Drawing:Basic Concepts: IS drawing conventions. 1 Projections: Perspective. types of sections. 3 Size Description: Dimensioning. conversion of oblique plane into auxiliary plane and solution of related problems. faces and lines lying in the faces of the solid making given angles. section lines. Principles and conventions of dimensioning. Screw Thread nomenclature. 2 Development of Surfaces: Development of simple objects with or without sectioning. size and location dimensioning. drawing sheet layout. Thread series. dimensioning exercises. inclinations etc. Multi-start threads. 3 Projections of plane figures: Different cases of plane figures (of different shapes) making different angles with one or both reference planes and lines lying in the plane figures making different given angles ( with one or both reference planes). their traces. isometric and oblique projections. principles of sectioning. line symbols. 2 Screwed Fasteners: Introduction. precedence of lines. preferred scales.
New Delhi. 1998. Tata McGraw Hill. using standard terminal I/O functions. KL and Kanniah. ISI New Delhi. Charotar Book Stall. 1978. 2 Books: Narayanan. Jain Brothers. 3 Computer Graphics: Basic Concepts and use. Katson Publishing House. V. French and Vireck. Ed. McGraw Hill. designing program flow and control.Representation of threads. P. PS Gill. 1988 Bhatt. and Vaish Wanar. Methods of constructing objects in computer aided design softwares. 1980. Declaring variables. CS201 Computer Programming L T P-2 1 2 Credits4 Writing a Simple Program: Learning the form of a C program. Giesecke. defining and using functions. Spener. McMilla &Co. 1980. The fundamental of Engineering Drawing and Graphic Engineering Graphics . New Delhi. Mitchell. foundation bolts.. Technology . ND. Anand. 4th Edition. RS. 7th A Text book of Machine Drawing . Laxminarayanan. Elementary Engineering Drawing . 1998. IS 696 (1972) Code of practice for general engineering drawing . Engineering Graphics . Ludhiana. Locking arrangements for nuts. Bolted Joints. Hill and Dygon. Technical Drawing . .
Arrays: Array notation and representation. arrays of unknown or varying size. Logical operators. mixed operands and type conversion. Pointers to Objects: Pointer and address arithmetic. using pointers as function arguments. Operators and Expressions: Using numeric and relational operators. static and external. pointing to hardware structures. private . Bit operations. single and double-precision floating point. storage classes. declaring and using unions . declaring structures. Modular Programming: Passing arguments by value. Hiding private variables and functions. scope rules and global variables. use of break and default with switch. automatic.h vs. defining and using stacks and linked lists.Fundamental Data Types and Storage Classes: Character types. and linkage. building your own modules. pointer operations and declarations. short. assigning of structures. Unions: Components in overlapping memory. using break and continue. Operator precedence and associativity. long. manipulating array elements. restrictions on switch values.c files. register. using multidimensional arrays. . Structures: Purpose and usage of structures. separate compilation. Conditional Program Execution: Applying if and switch statements. unsigned. multiple loop variables. Controlling Devices: Bit access and masking. Program Loops and Iteration: Uses of while. nesting if and else. assignment operators. Dynamic memory allocation. Integer. do and for loops.
FRICTION: Introduction of friction. Space Trusses. Frames and Machines. creating and accessing files. 4 3.FORCE SYSTEMS AND EQUILIBRIUM: Introduction to vector. belt. External Forces (Body forces & surface forces). file opening modes. concept of Rigid Body.INTRODUCTION: Idealisation of Mechanics. Area Moment of Inertia. Herbert Schield. formatted disk I/O. rolling friction.Operating System Interaction: Reading command line arguments. Let US C . Principle axes and Principle Moment of Inertia. screw. TMH Yashwant Kanetkar. 2. Laws of friction. Math functions : log. Programming in ANSI C. string handling functions. 4 . etc. 5 5. fread. 3. Equations of equilibrium and their applications to various system of forces. Statically Equivalent Force systems (Planar and Spatial). TMH Yashwant Kanetkar Pointers in C AM 201 ENGINEERING MECHANICS (3-1-0) Credit -4 1. utilizing conditional compilation. Laws of Mechanics. Complete reference in C. Method of Section. BPB Balaguruswamy. passing values to the compiler. alike Other Standard C functions. wedge. Books and references: 1. Method of Joints.DISTRIBUTED FORCES AND MOMENT OF INERTIA: Centroid of Composite figures. The Standard C Preprocessor: Defining and calling macros. Graphical Method. Mass Moment of Inertia. Free Body Diagram. 6 4. sin.STRUCTURES AND MACHINES:Plane Trusses. Method of tension coefficients. The Standard C Library: Input/Output : fopen. 4. 1 2.
Engineering Mechanics I.6. Beer & E.Mechanics for Engineers.R. Plane motion of rigid bodies.K.L. Delhi. BMD 4 7. Shames 4. Timisheno & T. Work and Energy. Density Computations. Mechanics-Statics & Dynamics by Dr.Engineering Mechanics. G.Metallic Crystal Structures.S. Mass and Acceleration. Yong 5. Effective Forces on a rigid body.Singer 6.Engineering Mechanics.M. 4 Characterization of Materials: Crystallography.Engineering Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics)J.Engg.THREE DIMENSIONAL DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES Introduction. Rolling motion. Impulse and Momentum. Kraige.B. Mokashi.Engineering Mechanics.BEAMS Different support & load conditions. Johnston. A. 3. Kinematics and Kinetics. Force. Umesh Publication.(Statics and Dynamics)F. Reciprocal Lattice. Merriam and L. AM 301 Introduction Material Science and Engineering L T P-3 1 2 Structure and properties relationship of Engineering Materials 1 Structure of Crystalline Solids: Crystal structures and Systems. Rotation of Rigid bodies. 2. SFD. Crystallographic directions and Planes. 12 8. Tayal. D'Alembert's Principle.S. UnitCells.KINEMATICS AND KINETICS OF RIGID BODIES: Velocity and acceleration.Statics Vol-I & Dynamics Vol-Il by V. General Motion 4 Total Lectures 40 Texts / References 1. (Tata McGraw-Hill) 7. Stereographic .
Bulk defects 3 Diffusion: Mechanisms. Electron microscopy. Iron Carbon Diagram. Eutectoid Peritectic and Peritectoid Reactions. steady state and non steady state Diffusion. Properties 3 Electric and Electronic materials: Electrical Conduction. Equilibrium Phase Diagrams. Creep. Classification of semiconductor materials. Diffraction methods. 6 Imperfections in Crystals: Point defects. Fracture. Heat treatment of steels 6 Ceramic Materials: Ceramic Structures. Materials and Technology for integrated circuits. Metallography. Eutectic. Thermal analysis. Binary.projections. factors influencing diffusion 3 Multiphase Structures. Dislocations. Phase Transformations: Uniary. Photonic . Interfacial Defects. 4 Mechanical Behaviour of Materials: Elastic and Plastic properties.
super conductivity and special super-conducting materials. Van Vlack. Soft and hard magnetic materials magnetic storage. Errors and their analysis. Computer Software. Piezoelectric and Ferro-electric materials. Optical Fibers in communications 3 Books & References: 1. Physical Metallurgy Computer Based Numerical & Statistical Techniques CS311 L 1 T 1 P Credits 2 4 Introduction:Errors in numerical computation. Material science for Engineers 2. Antiferromagnetism. Mathematical preliminaries. Mechanism of polarization. Material Science 3. Its measurements 8 Magnetic Properties for Applications. Material Science 4. . ferromagnetism. Luminescence. Guy. Machine Computations. Raghavan V. Electromechanical materials. Ferrimagnetism. Quartz crystal.materials. photoconductivity. Paramagnetism. Callister J . 2 Optical properties: Optical properties of Metals and Nonmetals. Dielectric materials. Diamagnetism. Ferrites.
PHI 3. Interpolation:Introduction. Statistical Quality Control Methods. Shastri. Interpolation by unevenly spaced points. Errors in Polynomial interpolation. Iteration method. Divided Difference. Numerical differentiation. Simpson 1/3 rule. Quotient Difference method. Second order linear PDE.Algebraic and Transcendental Equations:Bisection method. Method of Least Square curve fitting procedures. Method of False Position. Gauss. Euler-Maclariaun formula. Numerical integration. Gaussian Formula. Data fitting with cubic splines. Curve Fitting. Finite differences. Trapezoidal rule. TMH MA-301 Mathematics-III Credit: 4 3-1-0 First order PDE. Complete general and particular solutions. Introductory methods of numerical analysis . Everett s Formula. Muller s Method. Newton-Raphson Method. . Linear and Nonlinear Regression. Numerical evaluation of singular integrals. Numerical methods . Sterling. Regression Analysis. Approximation of functions. Multiple Regression. TMH 2. Method for complex root. Decision of errors. Introduction to Numerical Methods . Polynomial fit. Books and References: 1. Newton s General interpolation Formula. Rajaraman. Newton s formula for interpolation. Curve fitting by sum of exponential. Lagrange interpolation formula. Bessel s. V. rate of convergence. Numerical Integration and Differentiation:Introduction. Cubic Spline & Approximation:Introduction. Statistical Computations: Frequency Chart. Booles & Weddles rule. Least Square fit. Fitting a straight line. Balaguruswamy. Simpson 3/8 rule.
  4.S. configuration.   BJT : Action. Kapur.S. Junctions Diode: its working. 3.P. Expectation. stability. HF & LF small signal model and analysis. Probability theory. Normal approximation to Binomial distribution. J. 3. Wiley Eastern Jain and Iyengar. Power amplifier : Class A.B. Moments. B & C amplifiers. 2. Semiconductor Devices & Circuits . House Jaggi and Mathur. Analytic functions.Interior and exterior BVP.  Feed back amplifier: concept. Mathematical Statistics. Khanna Publishers. 6. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Conditional probability. Kreyszig. Multivalued functions. Reference Books 1. C. Special types of Probability distributions. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Singh Electronics Devices and Circuits . References: 1. Axiomatic definition of probability.  JFET & MOSFET : Action characteristics biasing LF & HF small signal model and applications.Chand & Co. Complex integration. 7. analysis and applications. 2.Millman & Halkias Solid state Electronics Devices : B. Random variables Distribution function.Grewal. Transport phenomenon in semiconductors. 3. Functions of a complex variable. Zill and Cullen. 5. Khanna Publishers. 8th Edition.Publishers. EC 301 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3-1-2-5 1. Singularities. 5. The complex plane.G. S. biasing. Elementary functions. B. 4. Streetman .B. 2.Allen Mottershead Intigrated Electronics . Narosa Pub.N. classification characteristics and effects. 4. E. Moment generation function. Conformal mapping. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Higher Engineering Mathematics.
Synthesis of LC. Waveform Synthesis. Network Synthesis Prentice Hall . Concept of Transform Impedance. T . Thevenin s and Norton s Theorem. Superposition. square pulse and impulse function Review of Laplace Transform: Initial value and Final Value Theorem.EE-301 NETWORK AND SYSTEMS 3-1-2-5 Network classification & Introduction to continuous time signals and systems: Unit Step. Milliman s. g). y. h. Symmetrical & Reciprocal networks. Relation between impulse response and system function. . Time domain analysis of LTI network using Laplace transform. Image & characteristic impedance. Ttransformation. time response and stability. LT of Complex waveforms. T. Two port networks : Two port network parameters (z. Van Valkenberg. voltage ratio. Interconnection of two port networks. Telligen s. Responses for unit ramp. Example of each signal.E. Differential Equation Formulation of linear time invariant continuous system.Ladder networks. Network functions: Driving point and Transfer functions Positive real function: Definition and properties. Van Valkenberg. Properties and solution of differential equation using LT. Concept of poles and zeros. transfer function. Networks Theorems: Maximum power transfer Theorem. ramp and impulse signals. Network Analysis Prentice Hall M. Inter-conversion of two port network parameters. Relation between location of poles.E. RL & RC circuits using Cauer and Foster s first and second form Books Recommended: 1 2 M.
National and global scenario. effects and control measures of:Air pollution. consumers and decomposers. water resource. land resource etc. Structure and function of an ecosystem. Roy Choudhary.e. forest resource. Bhadra. Thermal pollution. mineral resource. TMH A Chakrabarti & S. Urban problems related to energy. Nuclear hazards (7) Sustainable development. Water pollution. Examples of ecosystems. watershed management. H. nuclear accidents and holocaust Case studies. Engineering circuit Analysis. Consumerism and waste products. (7) Ecosystem and its basic concept. Noise pollution. Environmental Management through Acts (7) . Kemmerly. Networks & Systems Dhanpat Rai & Co.Definition: genetic. species and ecosystem diversity. Ecological succession. Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. Producers. Role of individual for resource conservation and sustainable development. CE 301 Environmental and Ecology UG (All branches) L3 T1 Introduction and scope (2) Conservation of natural resources i. global warming. Networks & Systems W. Hayt & J. Wasteland reclamation. Water conservation. Marine pollution. Definition. Energy flow in the ecosystem. rain water harvesting. (7) Biodiversity and its conservation: Introduction . E. Causes. Soil pollution.3 4 5 D. acid rain. (3) Environmental Pollution. food webs and ecological pyramids. Food chains. ozone layer depletion. Climate change. energy resource.
Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. 3 . 3 Projections of plane figures: Different cases of plane figures (of different shapes) making different angles with one or both reference planes and lines lying in the plane figures making different given angles ( with one or both reference planes). projections on auxiliary planes. Case studies (5) Total Field Work 38 Visit to a local area to document river/forest/grassland/hill/mountain environmental assets- Visit to a local polluted site. conversion of oblique plane into auxiliary plane and solution of related problems. Credit 4 General: Importance.Urban/Rural/Industrial/Agricultural Report submission on field visit MC-101/201 Engineering Graphics UG (All Branches) (2-0-4). scales. inclinations. significance and scope of engineering graphics. dimensioning. Obtaining true shape of the plane figure by projection. intersecting and non-intersecting lines. and true lengths of the lines. traces.. inclinations etc. orthographic projections. their traces. shortest distance. different types of projections. 2 Projection of Points and lines in different quadrants. projections of points and lines lying in the planes. 2 Planes other than reference planes: Perpendicular and oblique planes.Human Population and the Environment: Environment and human health.
KL and Kanniah. dimensioning exercises. size and location dimensioning. preferred scales. Bolted Joints. section lines.Projection of solids: Simple cases when solid is placed in different positions. 2 Screwed Fasteners: Introduction. sketching of orthographic views from pictorial views. 3 Computer Graphics: Basic Concepts and use. orthographic. Principles and conventions of dimensioning. drawing sheet layout. axis. Tata McGraw Hill. Elementary Engineering Drawing. Engineering Graphics. 1 Projections: Perspective. isometric and oblique projections. Charotar Book Stall. Thread series. 2 Machine Drawing: Basic Concepts: IS drawing conventions. foundation bolts. and conventional practices. . Kinds of line. 3 Size Description: Dimensioning. rules of printing. Multi-start threads. New Delhi. 3 Shape Description (internal): Importance of sectioning. precedence of lines. types of sections. 1998. Methods of constructing objects in computer aided design softwares. 1988 Bhatt. Locking arrangements for nuts. cutting plane representation. Screw Thread nomenclature. Right hand and left hand threads. Representation of threads. Anand. 2 Books: Narayanan. line symbols. ND. 2 Development of Surfaces: Development of simple objects with or without sectioning. Forms of Screw Threads. faces and lines lying in the faces of the solid making given angles. P. principles of sectioning.
consumers and decomposers. Causes. Katson Publishing House. water resource. Soil pollution. Hill and Dygon. Marine pollution. 1998.. (3) Environmental Pollution. Role of individual for resource conservation and sustainable development. Jain Brothers. and Vaish Wanar. Thermal pollution. 1978. The fundamental of Engineering Drawing and Graphic Technology. Examples of ecosystems. Technical Drawing.Laxminarayanan. Producers. New Delhi. 1980. Ecological succession. species and ecosystem diversity. McGraw Hill. forest resource. Structure and function of an ecosystem. CE 301 Environmental and Ecology UG (All branches) L3 T1 Introduction and scope (2) Conservation of natural resources i.Definition: genetic. land resource etc. V. Giesecke. Nuclear hazards (7) . (7) Biodiversity and its conservation: Introduction . Spener. Ludhiana. ISI New Delhi. Definition. 4th Edition. Energy flow in the ecosystem. Mitchell. IS 696 (1972) Code of practice for general engineering drawing. (7) Ecosystem and its basic concept. food webs and ecological pyramids. Food chains. mineral resource. PS Gill. French and Vireck.e. energy resource. National and global scenario. effects and control measures of: Air pollution. Engineering Graphics. 1980. A Text book of Machine Drawing. 7th Ed. Water pollution. Noise pollution. RS. McMillan &Co.
Urban/Rural/Industrial/Agricultural Report submission on field visit B. Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. Water conservation. global warming. ozone layer depletion. characteristics of stones and their testing.Sustainable development. economics of the building materials. Case studies (5) Total 38 Field Work Visit to a local area to document river/forest/grassland/hill/mountain environmental assets- Visit to a local polluted site. acid rain. Climate change. Urban problems related to energy. Consumerism and waste products. Requirement of good building stone.E.2 Stones. 1. nuclear accidents and holocaust Case studies. IIIth Semester (Civil Engineering) SYLLABUS CE 302 Building Construction & Materials L3 T1 1.1 Introduction : Classification of materials. Wasteland reclamation. materials and their performance. rain water harvesting. Environmental Management through Acts (7) Human Population and the Environment: Environment and human health. Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. watershed management. Common building stones. Preservation of stones. Bricks and other Building Blocks : (i) Stones. .
4 Organic Building Materials : (i) Timber : Classification and identification of timber. properties of lime. Paints and Varnishes : Chemistry of Plastics manufacturing process. Common constituents. building products of gypsum and their uses. Detailed Discussion on reinforcing steel mechanical and physical properties chemical composition. Principles of cold working. Mechanical properties and their use in construction. Desirable characteristics of reinforcing steel. types and desirable properties. properties and specifications for use in construction. (iii) Pozzolona : Natural and Artificial fly ash. Properties of clay bricks and their testing. Brief discussion on properties and uses of Aluminum and lead. and their classification. classifications of limes. advantages of plastics. Cement paints. 1. seasoning and preservation of timber. specifications and uses. Bituminous materials. Factors affecting strength of timber. Surkhi (burnt clay pozzolona). 1. Problems of efflorescence & lime bursting in bricks & tiles. . classification.5 Polymers.6 Metals : Ferrous metals. rice busk and ash pozzolona.3 Gypsum.(ii) Bricks : Manufacture of clay bricks. Bitumen and Tar : Terminology. Wood based products. Plastic. (ii) Lime : Manufacture of lime. 1. properties of gypsum plaster. Defects in timber. Paints varnishes and distempers. 1. (ii) Asphalt. Fundamental Engineering properties. Lime and Pozzolne : (i) Gypsum : Forms of gypsum and gypsum plaster.
7.7 Glass and Insulating Materials : (i) Glass : Ingredients. properties types and use in construction. Building Construction : Components of building area considerations. Damp proofing ant termite treatment. (d) Heating Ventilation & Air conditioning. (ii) Insulating Materials : Thermal and sound insulating material desirable properties and type. Doors. Vertical circulation means staircases ramp design and construction. 6. 4. Lintels and Chhajja Functional efficiency of Buildings. List of Drawings to be prepared by students : (a) Bonds in Masonry. Distempering. Building Services : Planning : (a) Natural Ventilation a delighting. Painting etc. Building Finishes : Plastering different types. (f) Fire Fighting. and flooring materials (Ground floor and upper floors). (e) Mechanical Lifts and Escalators. . Windows and Ventilations. Construction details types and relative advantages & disadvantages. Roofs types and treat ents. 5. Different types of floors. Bricks and stone masonary construction. (g) Acoustics. (b) Water Supply and Sanitary fittings (Plumbing) (c) Electricity.1. Building Maintenance: Principles & Methods. Construction Principle and Methods for layout. Cavity wall hallow clock and Waffle slab construction. pointing. Colour washing.
3. Prime cost. A Text Book of Building Construction (Planning Techniques and Methods of construction) . Methods of Estimation: General items of work for estimates units and measurement. 4.(b) Planning of a building. Funmia : A Text Book of Building Construction. . S. 2. India Railway Organization and concept of organizational set up for Public Work Execution. method of accounting for the deduction of openings etc.P. Quantity of materials per unit of work for major civil engineering items Resource planning through analysis of rates.K. Scheduled and cost indices for building material and labour.H. 3.. S. Estimates of Buildings: Detailed estimates of a single roomed and a two roomed residential building. Arora at al.D.Dhanpat Rai & Sons. References 1. B. Chand & Company Ltd. Delhi. Madras. Work charged establishment. Koenisberger : Manual of tropical housing and building Orient Longman Ltd.C. Public works Organization.E. Delhi. Duties and responsibilities of the officers. Analysis of rates: Definition of analysis of rates. (e) Single Stack and Double Stack Plumbing system. (f) Reading a full set of drawing. market rates. CE 303 Estimation Costing & Evaluation L2 T3 1. Sharma : A Text Book of Building Construction.S. Importance of estimation. PW.. 4. 2. M. (d) Doors and Windows. O. Luxmi Publications. (c) Staircase layout details. Organization. different types of estimates specifications general and detailed. S.
Mortgage and easement. Material at site account.. Dutta. Strain.. Measurement and standard measurement book. Thermal Effects. Chakraborty M. Strain Energy. System of P. Calcutta) NB. Stress Transformation (2-D) Analysis of Strain. Assumptions. accounts. ANALYSIS OF STRESS & STRAIN (Plane Stress and Plane Strain) -5 Stress at a Point. Mechanics) 1. Factors affecting the values of property. Issue of stores. SIMPLE STRESS & STRAIN -5 Stress. Loads. AM-302 Strength of Materials (3-1-2/2) Credit: 4 (Pre-requisite: Engg. Strain Measurements . 6.5. Material Characteristics. : "Estimating costing and valuation in Civil Engg. Principle an application ( Authors Publication. Estimating and Costing.W. Hookes Law. Type of Problems 2. Elastic Constants. Stores. Methods of variation such as Rental method. Direct compensation method. Engineering Objects. Strain-displacement relations. INTRODUCTION -2 Objective of the Course. Strain transformation. Reference: 1.N. Capitalized value and depreciation.free hold and lease hold propriety. Cash and cash boom Temporary advance. Impact Loading 3. Valuation: Purpose of valuation: Terminology. valuation and it different aspects. Profit based method and Development method Concept of years purchase. Statically Indeterminate problems. Standard rent. Variation of Stress.
Combined Bending and Direct Stress. THIN & THICK CYLINDERS & SPHERES -4 Introduction. Macaulays Method. Different Theories of Failure Reference Books: 1. COLUMNS -4 Introduction. Rankine-Gordon Formula. SIMPLE BENDING & SHEAR STRESS -6 Introduction. Moment-Area Method. Strain energy in bending 5. Strain Energy in Torsion. Shear Stress. TORSION -6 Introduction.Tapered Shaft. Methods for Determining Deflections (Double Integration. DEFLECTIONS -5 Introduction. Pure Bending. Combined Bending and Twisting. Thick Shells. THEORIES OF FAILURE -3 Introduction. Shear Centre. Open and Closed Coiled Springs 6. Torsion of Circular Shaft. Mechanics of Materials Poppov . Compound Cylindrical Shell 7. Equation of Elastic Curve. Eccentrically Loaded Columns 9. Eulers Theory for Long Columns.Constitutive equations 4. Mechanics of Materials Gere and Timosheinko 3. Thin Walled Shells. Composite Beams. Normal stresses in beams. Conjugate-beam method. Compound Shaft. Castiglianos Theorem) 8. Empirical Formulae. Mechanics of Materials Pytel and Kiusalaas 2. Torsion of Thin Walled Tubes. Power Transmitted by a Shaft.
two and three dimensional flows. laminar and turbulent flows. critical and supercritical flows. Strngth of Materials. Rheology of fluids. uniform and non-uniform. IV Dynamics of Fluid Flow : Eulers Equation of motion along a streamline and its integration.FLUID MECHANICS I (3-1-2) Credits . sonic and supersonic flows. subsonic. doublet and half-body.Pitot tube. Dahal and Lardener 7. compressible and incompressible flows. stability of immersed and floating bodies. stream function and velocity potential. continuity equation for 3D and 1D flows. Physical properties of fluids.Pytel and Singer 6. Strength of Materials. fluid masses subjected to linear acceleration and uniform rotation about an axis. sink. source. pressure transducers. manometers. one. centre of pressure. sub-critical. II Kinematics of Fluid flow : Types of fluid flows: Continuum & free molecular flows. Bernoullis equation and its applications. circulation. rotational and irrotational flows.Ryder 5. Steady and unsteady. streamlines. venturi meter and . III Fluid Statics : Pressure-density-height relationship.4. Strength of Materials Crandal. Mechanics of Materials. orifice meter. pressure on plane and curved surfaces.Riley. buoyancy. Struges and Morris AM 303 .5 I Introduction : Fluid and continuum.
.. TMH 3. Hydrualics and Fluid Machines. Omc. application of momentum equation. 4. turbulent boundary layer. momentum equation and its application to pipe bends. Student. Hunter Rouse.N. resistance to flow. R. VII Boundary Layer Analysis : Boundary layer thickness.K.K. Elementary Mechanics of Fluids. types of turbulent flow. power transmission through a pipe. References : 1. isotropic. & Biswas G. Garde. homogenous turbulence. Hot-wire anemometer and LDA.. Ltd. Mechanics of Fluids. a two dimensional cylinder. Stokes law. water hammer. Fluid Mechanics and its Applications. measurement of turbulence. Education. transition from laminar to turbulent flow. separation and its control. S.Agarwal : Fluid Mechanics & Machinery. three reservoir problems and networks. I. scale and intensity of turbulence. geometric. John Wiley & Sons. kinematics and dynamic similarity.J. laminar sub-layer. Wiley Eastern Ltd. notches and weirs. siphon. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. New Age International Pvt. Vijay Gupta and S. drag on a sphere. Fluid Mechanics through Problems. McGraw Hill.K. 1946 5. New Delhi. S. V Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similitude : Dimensional analysis. eddy viscosity. Som. and Seth. Fluid Mechanics by Jagdish Lal 7.H. pipe in series and parallel.bend meter. and an aerofoil. 2. 1988. mixing length concept and velocity distribution in turbulent flow over smooth and rough surfaces.. S. boundary layer over a flat plate. Int. : Introduction of fluid mechanics & Fluid Machines.Gupta. 6. TMH. laminar boundary layer. model studies. 8. VI Laminar and Turbulent Flow : Equation of motion for laminar flow through pipes. turbulent flow. 1984. Buckinghams Pi theorem.Shames. Standard Book House. Modi. important dimensionless numbers and their significance. 1989. Drag and lift. 2000. P. Magnus effect. minor losses.H.
To verify the momentum equation using the experimental set-up on diffusion of submerged air jet. To study the boundary layer velocity profile over a flat plate and to determine the boundary layer thickness. 4. To study the velocity distribution in a pipe and also to compute the discharge by integrating the velocity profile. NewtonRaphson Method. Also to determine the coefficient of velocity and the coefficient of contraction of the orifice mouth piece. To determine the coefficient of discharge of an orifice of a given shape. To study the variation of friction factor. f for turbulent flow in commercial pipes. Quotient difference Method. B. 3. . To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reynolds number.E. Machine Computations. Method for Complex Root. To calibrate an orifice meter. 7. Computer Software. Algebraic & Trancedental Equation: Bisection Method Iteration Method. Mathematical Preliminaries. 2. IVth Semester (Civil Engineering) SYLLABUS CE 401Computer Base Numerical & Techniques L3 T1 P2 Introduction: Errors in Numerical Computation. and bend meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. 5.FLUID MECHANICS LAB (0-0-2) 1. venturimeter. Mullers Method. Rate of Convergence. Errors and their Analysis. 6. Method of False Position.
Newtons formulae for Interpolation. Cubic Spline & Approximation Introduction. Simpson 1/3 rule. Numerical differentiation. Method of Least Square Curve Fitting Procedures. Stirling. lyengar. Euler. Regression analysis. Simpson 3/8 Rule. Numerical Methods In C++. Numerical Methods. Booles and Weddles rule. Sastry. Introductory Method of Numerical Analysis. Interpolation by Unevenly Spaced Points. Linear & Non Linear Regression. Numerical Integration & Differentiation: Introduction. Gerald & Wheatley. Numerical Methods. Statistical Computation: Frequency Chart. Numerical Method for Engineers & Computer Scientist. Addision Wesley 7. Multiple Regression. Applied Numerical Analysis. Finite Differences. Hulquit. Balaguruswamy. Vikas CE 402 Concrete Technology L3T1 . Text Books & References: 1.Maclariaun Formula. Statistical Quality Control Methods. Trapezoidal Rule. Everetts Formulae. Least Square fit. Numerical Methods for Scientific & Engineering computation. Gauss. Oxford University Press 8. Schaum Series 6. Data Fitting with Cubic Splines. Addision Wesley 5. Flowers. Lagrange Interpolation Formula. Probability & Statistic.Interpolation: Introduction. Curve Fitting. TMH 3. Curve Fitting by Sum of Exponentials. PHI 4. Errors in Polynomial Interpolation. Fitting a Straight Line. Numerical Integration. Jain. Polynomial fit. Approximation of Functions. Gaussian formula Numerical Evaluation of Singular Integrals. New Age International 2. Vedamurthy. divided Difference. Besselss. Decision of Errors. Newtons General Interpolation formula. Jain.
(c) High strength concrete. (iv) Aggregates and Testing of Aggregates: Classification. Measurement of workability. operations involved in concrete production. Testing of Aggregates for physical and mechanical properties.2. Problem of Segregation and bleading and Laittance. Factors Affecting workability. (b) Special concrete as lightweight concrete.4 Introduction to special concretes : (a) Admixtures in concrete. Powers Law.3 Concrete Mix Design: principle and Methods. Portland Pozzolona Cement and high Alumina cement. Factors affecting strength and durability of concrete. Concrete Rheology. Strength and durability. physical and mechanical properties. structure. their characteristics. Hydration of cement. Lime concrete constituents and uses. References . Methods & Principles of NDT. Sulpher Impregmented concrete Polymer concrete. space Ratio. (iii) Different types of cement such as Slab Cement. Workability. Gel. Non-Destructive Testing. (d) Fibre Reinforced Concrete. composition. 2. its composition.2 Production of Fresh Concrete : (i) Proportioning of concrete. Gel. 2. source. concept of strength development. (ii) Properties of Hardened Concrete.1 Concrete as a Building Material and its gradients : (i) Cement : Manufacture of Portland Cement.5 Material testing and instrumentation : Conventional vs. 2. Statistical Quality control. (ii) Testing of Cement for general physical and chemical properties as per BIS specifications. physical and chemical properties. Maturity concept. High Density Concrete. use and properties. 2.
7. Civil Engineering Materials Technical Teachers Training Institute Chandigarh. principles of surveying. New Delhi. principle. 2. Concrete Technology .. Curve Surveying (7) . magnetic declination. Direct levelling. Contouring. Concrete Manual .basic terms and definitions. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.. Introduction (3) Importance of surveying to engineers. Reference meridians. Neville A. compass. Measurements of Distances. Gambhir M. Properties of Concrete. New Delhi. plane and geodetic surveying. 3.. 4.L.Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. New Delhi. electronic theodolites and Electronic Total Station 3. automatic levels. bearing and azimuths. booking and reduction of field notes. Tacheometry (3) Definition. Measurement of Elevations and Contouring (5) Methods of determining elevations. temporary adjustments. Principles of stadia systems. Chand & Company Ltd. curvature and refraction.methods and uses 4. Rai Mohan and Jai Singh M.M.Dhanpal Rai & Sons.L. classification of surveys 2. Concrete Technology. Directions and Angles (6) Principles of different methods and their accuracies.P. S. Spence RJS and Cook DJ-Building Materials in Developing Countries John Wiley and Sons. Advances in Building Materials and ConstructionCBRI Roorkee. measurement by tape. Vernier theodolite. Delhi.EDM.. CE 403 Surveying L3 T1 P2 1. subtense bar and tangential methods 5. Pitman Publishing Company.S. 6. measurements of horizontal angle.1. 5. Theory and Practices. Gambhir M. modern trends. Shetty M.
resection by three point problem 8. 6. condition equations and normal equations. principle of least squares. methods. transition curves. . strength of figures. 4. most probable values. To study parts of a vernier theodolite and practice for taking angle measurements. 8. 5.types and their characteristics. SURVEY FIELD WORK 1. To determine tacheometric constants of a vernier theodolite. To find out reduced levels of given points using dumpy level. To determine the elevation of chimney top by trigonometrical levelling by taking observations in single vertical plane. intervisibility of stations. Study of different types of topographical maps and to prepare conventional symbols chart. Plane Table Surveys (3) Principles. To study various parts and practice with Wild T-2 micro-optic theodolite and EDM (Distomat DI-1600).Elements of simple circular curves. plane table equipments. Principles and classification of triangulation systems. To measure horizontal angle between two objects by repetition method with three repetitions. Introduction to vertical curves 6. ideal transition curve. equations of various transition curves. Triangulation and Traversing (6) Principles of traversing by compass and theodolite. computations of traverse coordinates. satellite stations. triangulation field work 7. weighting of observation. To measure vertical angle of given points by vernier theodolite. To set out a simple circular curve by Rankines method 11. To measure horizontal angle by method of reiteration 9. 3. 2. To perform fly levelling with a tilting level. 7. 12. To measure bearings of a closed traverse by prismatic compass and to adjust the traverse by graphical method. Theory of Errors and Adjustment Computations (5) Random errors and their characteristics. theory and methods of setting out simple circular curves. observation conditions. propagation of errors and variances. 10.
open channel surge. flow through vertical and horizontal contractions. References : . III Energy and Momentum Principles : Critical depth. concepts of specific energy and specific force. Water Waves : Classical hydraulic jump. Velocity distribution. most efficient channel section. manometric head. application of specific energy principle for interpretation of open channel phenomena. integration of varied flow equation by analytical.AM 403 . Uniform Flow : Chezys and Mannings equations for uniform flow in open channel. Surges. characteristics curves. flow in channels of non-linear alignment V Hydraulic Jump. Head on reaction turbine.5 I Introduction : Difference between open channel flow and pipe flow. II. IV Non-Uniform Flow in Open Channel : Equation of gradually varied flow and its limitations. Pelton Turbine. deep and shallow water waves. celerity of the gravity wave. evaluation of the jump elements in rectangular and non-rectangular channels on horizontal and sloping beds. VII Hydraulic Trubines : Introduction. cavitation. efficiency. VI Hydraulic Pumps : Rotodynamic pumps. Francis and Kaplan type. reaction turbines. graphical and numerical methods. characteristic curves.FLUID MECHANICS II (3-1-2) Credits . continuity equation. classification on different basis. efficiencies. spear valve. Rotodynamic Machines. equations for jet and rotor size. geometrical parameters of a channel. unit quantities. flow classification and surface profiles. cavitation in pumps. similarity laws and specific speed. basic equations. Velocity triangles.
dip and strike of bed.H. McGraw Hill. Faults. 7.R. E. To determine the Mannings coefficient of roughness n for the bed of a given flume. 6. To calibrate a broad-crested weir. seismic zones of India and Geological consideration for construction of building.1. underground provinces of India and its role as geological hazard.. Roorkee. 4. 2nd edition. CE 404 Engineering Geology L3 T1 P2 1. Artesian Wells. 5. . 6. Lamination bedding.B. 2.G. To study the flow through a horizontal contraction in a rectangular channel. structure. Stratification. Aquicludes. overlap. 3.. New York. Rocks : Their origin. its causes. 5. V. and White. 3. joints unconformity and their classification. New Delhi. K. Underground water. 2. 2nd edition Fluid Mechanics II LAB (0-0-2) 1.Ltd. T. 2. Rock deformation : Folds. projects in seismic areas. materials. NemChand and Bros. 8th Ed. Asawa. its causes. classification.. To study the flow characteristics over a hump placed in an open channel. Outcrop-its relation to topography. Origin. Ranga Raju. New Age International Pvt. To study rotodynamic pumps and their characteristics. Streeter. classification and preventive measures. To study the velocity distribution in an open channel and to determine the energy and momentum correction factors 3. Flow through open channels. 4. Behaviour of rock masses. Fluid Mechanics. To study the characteristics of free hydraulic jump. outlier and inlier. Garde.L. 4.1..M. causes and relation to engg.G. Texture and classification of igneous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks and their suitability as Engg. Vol. Minerals : Their physical and detailed study of certain rock forming minerals.J. 7. Experimental Fluid Mechanics. Earthquake.L. Fluid Mechanics through Problems. Aquifer.. Landslides.
R. Principles of Geophysical explorations methods for subsurface structures. 4. Calcutta Word Publishers. J.F. Line of balance technique. GERT. Mukerjee : A text Book of Geology. P. Elements of Management Project cycle. CPM AON and AOA in construction management. Reference Books 1. Pozzolonic materials. Network Techniques Bar charts. Arora : Geology for Engineers. 2.S. : Geology and Engineering. Chandigarh. work break down structure and preparation of networks. resource allocation through network techniques. : A Geology for Engineers. Blyth F. Leggot. Building Stones Engg. Arnold. Mohindra Capital Publishers.8. Organisation. 6. planning. properties of rocks. Katson Publishing House. 9. New York.M. 3. Engineering Economics . 7. bridges and Highways. milestone charts.G. 10. and General Geology. 2. Project monitoring. D. Geology and Geotechnics. 3. Geological investigations for site selection of Dams and reservoirs tunnels. Grouting. 5. Von. McGraw Hill. Application of network Techniques like PERT.K. Prabin Singh : Engg. Treteth : Geology of Engineers. Nostrand.M. London. Mc Graw Hill Book Company Inc. New York. Princeton. CE 501 Construction Planning & Management L3 T1 1. Krynine and Judd : Principal of Engg. cost planning. Alkali aggregate reaction. scheduling monitoring updating and management system in construction.
Peurify. extra widening. economic comparison present worth method Equivalent annual cost method. 3. Elements of tender preparation. References 1. laws related to contracts. Ltd. Sight distance. Road types and pattern. settlements of disputes. Horizontal curves. E. owning and hiring cost and the work motion study. Equivalence concept. shoulder. International Book Company. arbitration and commissioning of project.W. operational cost. Srinath. super elevation. 4. CE 502 Transportation Engineering L3 T1 P2 1.P. transition . analytical criteria for postponing of investment retirement and replacement of asset. camber. financing of projects. T.S. Fields of Transportations Engineering: Role of transportation in society. Highway Engineering: History of road development.H. 2. contract negotiation and award of work. Contract Management Legal aspects of contraction. Present economy studies.M. Modes of transportation. 2. PERT & CPM Principles and Applications L. Equipment Management Productivity. 3. 5. : R. monitoring of contract extra items. Road alignment. discounted cash flow method. Construction Planning.. Network Analysis Techniques S.L. Bhatnagar. New Delhi. Willey Eastern Ltd.. land acquisition. Controlling factors and surveys for road alignment. Geometric Design: Cross sectional elements. process of tendering pre-qualification of contracts. Different types of contracts. Equipment and Methods. labour safety and welfare. Evaluation of tenders.K. Depreciation and break even cost analysis. Simulation techniques for resource scheduling.Time value of money. their relative advantages and disadvantages.
LAB 1. Transportation Engineering by L. Tests on Bituminus Materials (1) (2) (3) Penetration Test Softening point test Stripping test . evaluation. IRC method of rigid Pavement design. design factors.4. capacity. 2. critical combination of stresses. Vertical Curves: summit and valley curves. Volume studies.G. Reference: 1. Justo. surface dressing. Speed study. Pavement: Type: Structural and functional failure. cement concrete roads. Gradient. Westergarrd theory. Kadiyali Highway Engineering by S.R. Traffic flow chanceries. 7. Highway Engineering by S. Sharma TRANSPORTATION ENGG. island. Traffic Engineering : Traffic characteristic. 6. 5. 3.E. setback distance. joints. Road construction Methods: WBM. Pavement failure. design of rigid pavement. signals. intersections: at grade and grade separated intersections. load and temperature stresses. and overlay design. curves. bituminous carpeting. Bituminous Bound Macadam and Asphaltic Concrete. rotary intersection. density. flexible pavement design by CBR Method. Traffic control devices: Signs.K. design of signals at intersections. (1) (2) (3) (4) Test on aggregates Strength Test Impact Test Abrasion Test ShapeTest 2.K Khanna and C. MOST specification for these roads.
permeability of layered soils. interdisciplinary nature of geotechnical engg. mineral composition. particle shape. and field. consistency limits of soils. factors affecting compaction. useful inter-relationships. permeability and seapage of soils-flow of water through soils. effect of compaction and properties of soils. flow nets and its construction. Traffic Volumes Study (Manual as well as mechanical method) 2. piping and protective filters. Classification of Soils Soil classification principles. Textural classification of fine-grained soils-plasticity chart. factors affecting permeability. and thixotropy. density Index. seepage through earthen embankments.(4) Ductility test 3. Major soil deposits of India. compaction control in fields. phase diagrams. activity. Field identification of soils. Phase Relationship. colour. Traffic Speed study (Endoscope method) CE 503 Geotechnical Engineering-I L3 T1 P2 Introduction Development of soil mechanics. Soil Compaction Theory of compaction. Coefficient of permeability and its determination in lab. International classification system. importance. soil structure. quick sand phenomenon. pore pressure and effective stress. Preliminary descriptive classification of soils. water table. Index Properties and Test for Classification of Soils Basic definitions. laboratory determination of OMC & MDD by standard and modified proctor test. Consolidation of Soils . structure of soils. capilary water. field compaction of soils. Soil Water Occurrence of ground water. frost action. Origin and Composition of Soil Soil formation and types. Structure of clay minerals. associated problems and applications. Classification-MIT system. 1. sensitivity. particle size distribution analysis.
Rankines and Coulombs earth pressure. Stress Distribution of Soils Causes of stress in soil. finite slopesforms of slip surfaces. 2. Alam Singh-Modern Geotechnical Engg. vertical stress beneath layered areas. Rao-Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics. computation of settlement. soil drains. preliminary and secondary consolidation. different types of test and drainage conditions. difference between compaction and consolidation. use of Bishops method. taylors stability no. theory and their application for determination of lateral earth pressure under different conditions. effects of tension crack and submergence. type of slope failure.F. C-analysis-method of slices. pore pressure parameters. Earth Pressure Types of lateral earth pressure. References 1. choice of test condition and shear parameters. Whitlone-Basic soil mechanics. . pre-consolidation pressure and its determination. D. various shear tests. Mohr-columb theory. geostatic stress. limit equilibrium method and critical stage instability analysis. Terzaghis theory of one-dimensional consolidation. factors affecting shear strength of soils. R.. consolidation test. Reinforced earth geotextile. Gopal Ranjan and A. stress distribution diagrams. 4. factor of safety. Graphical methods of determination of lateral earth pressures. Mc Garthy-Essentials of soil mechanics and foundation.Compressibility of soils. Shear Strength of Soils Mechanism of shear resistance. shear characteristics of cohesionless and cohessive soils. 3. Boussinesques equation.R. determination of co-efficient of consolidation. New-marks influence chart Westergards equation.S. geomembrane. stability of infinite slopes. Stability of Slopes Infinite and finite slopes. basic definitions. initial. Ground Improvement Technique Stabilization of soil. shear strength of effective stress principle. time rate of consolidation.
7. 2. 8. 5. Permeability Test: Constant and Variable Head CBR Test Consolidation /Odometer test Direct Shear Test Unconfined Compression Test Demonstration of Triaxial test CE 504 Concrete Structures I L3 T1 P2 Methods of Design Working Stress Design Method Assumption. 10. 12.R. . 11. K. 6. Visual identification and specific gravity Sieve Analysis Hydrometer Analysis Liquid Plastic Limit Test Shrinkage limit Test Proctor Compaction Test Relative Density In site Density-Core Cutter & Sand Repl. Venkatramaniah-Geotechnical Engg. 14. 3. Geotechnical Engineering Lab 1 1. Distribution of Stresses on the cross section in bending transformed area.5. 6. Analysis and Design of a rectangular singly and doubly reinforced section. C. 9. T and L sections. Rao-Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg. 13. 4.
relief displacements. Axially loaded short columns design using Working Stress and Limit State methods. Flight Planning. Development of bond stress in reinforcement. Fundamentals of aerial photo-interpretation . Increase in permissible load in helically reinforced columns. T and L sections. Rectangular Slabs One way solid slabs.Basic terms & Definitions. Working stress and Limit State method of design. simple supported and continuous two way slabs simply supported and continuous. Design of Beam in Shear Behaviour of RC beam in shear. Eccentrically loaded columns. scales. shear strength of beam with and without shear reinforcement. Uniaxially loaded columns. Compression Members Classification of Compression members into pedestal. Design of beam in shear using working stress and Limit state methods. CE 505 Geoinformatics L3 T1 P2 Photogrammetry Aerial Photographs. long and short column. Effective length. Characteristics of photographic images. Concept of development length and anchorage. Minimum eccentricity. Distribution of stresses on the cross section in bending Analysis and Design of a rectangular singly and doubly reinforced section.Limit State Design Method Assumptions. Slenderness ratio and slenderness limit. Stereoscopy. Bond and Development Length Nature of bond between steel and concrete. Design of RC section in bond and calculation of development length using Working stress method and Limit state methods. Minimum and Maximum shear reinforcement.
Land use and land cover classification system. GIS Applications Global Positioning System (GPS) Introduction. Receivers. User segment. Image histogram. resolution and multi-concept.Characteristics and formats. Spatial modelling. Data acquisition. Static. Raster and Vector formats. GIS and its components. Supervised Classification. topology and Data models. . Kinematic and Differential GPS GEOINFORMATICS LAB Demonstration and working on Electronic Total Survey Station (TC-1800) To layout a precise traverse in a given area and to compute the adjusted coordinate of survey stations To plot the coordinates at a given scale on Plane Table and their field checking. Introduction to Image rectification. GPS satellite signals. Image Enhancement. Control segment. Spectral reflectance curves. Ideal remote sensing system. To plot the details of area using radiation and intersection method To solve three point problem in Plane Tabling and detailed plotting.Space segment. GPS. Remote sensing satellites and their data products. Applications of remote sensing Geographic Information System (GIS) Basic concepts of geographic data. Data output. Sensors and orbital characteristics. FCC Digital Image Processing Satellite Image .Remote Sensing Physics of remote sensing. Satellite navigation System.
Demonstration and working with Pocket/ Mirror stereoscopes, Parallax bar and Aerial photographs Visual Interpretation using IRS false colour composite Demonstration and practice work with hand held GPS (GS-5).
Concrete Structure II Lab.
List of Practicals/Experiments in Construction Meterials Laboratory.
1. On ordinary portland cement : (i) To determine the specific gravity of cement using lechatetion flask and the fineness by sieve analysis. (ii) To determine the normal consistency and setting times. (iii) To assess the soundness of OPC using lechaletier apparatus. (iv) To determine the compressive strength of ordinary portland cement.
2. On concrete making Aggregate : (i) (a) To determine the specific gravity, bulk density and water Absorption of Aggregates. (b) To study the phenomenon of Bulking of sand. (ii) (a) To draw the grading curves for fine and course Aggregates and hence to determine their fineness modules. (b) To determine the impurities in aggregates. (iii) To determine the crushing value, impact value and ten percent fines value for course aggregates.
3. On Fresh and Hardened Concrete.
(i) To measure the workability of concrete using slump cone, compaction factor Apparatus, and Vee Bee consistometer. (ii) To study the effect of W/C Ratio on 28 days compressive strength of concrete.
4. Test on Burnt Clay Bricks : (a) To determine compressive strength. (b) To determine water Absorption. (c) To assess the degree of efflorescence. (d) To check dimensional tolerance and warpage.
5. Test on Lime : (i) To determine the fineness of lime. (ii) To determine the compressive strength & workability of lime. (iii) To determine setting times and soundness of lime. 6. On Reinforcing steel : (i) To determine physical and mechanical properties of Reinforcing steel.
9. CE P43 Computer Graphics Lab. Introduction to DOS System : Different Graphics Modes and Graphics Drivers Available Development of Computer Programmes to * High light Pixel. * Produce a line, Triangle, Square and other Polygons. * Shading patterns and styles, Filling the given Polygon with given colour. * Text Generation in Graphics and its orientation.
* Preparation or plan and elevation of simple building and detailing of building components.
Principles of Management
Concept: Definition of management,evolution of management thought,systems approach,process of decision making.
Functions of Management. Planning,types of plans,major steps in managerial planning,Organizing,nature and purpose,process of organization,basic departmentation. Coordination,nature purpose and process of coordination. Supervision,Leadership:purpose,functions,types. Communication,process of communication,effective communication,barriers to communication. Motivation:what is motivation,factors involved,theories,motives in organization. Controlling-Nature and purpose. Management of change:forces of change,strategies of change,resistance to change.
Human Elements in management Factors in individual behaviour,Perception,Learning,Personalty development,Interpersonal relationship&group behaviour,Conflict managementStress management, ,sources of stress,vonsequences ,strategies of stress management.
Reference Books. Koontz,H&Weihrich,H.Management:A Global Perspective 10th ed. Robbins,S.P.Organizational Behaviour.
Design of strap footing. stability of retaining wall against over-turning sliding and pressure developed under the base. Introduction to Pre-Stressed Concrete Advantages of prestressing. methods of prestressing. design of footing for a wall and a single column. forces and I. Flat slabs with and without drops. Introduction to Bridge Design Loads. Analysis and design of beam curved in plan. Concept of equivalent sheer and moments. Design of T-shaped retaining wall.Principles of management CE 601 Concrete Structures-II L3 T1 P2 Flat Slab Nature of stresses in flat slabs. combined rectangular and trapezoidal footings. material specifications and Permissible stresses for tanks. Detached design of R. Reinforcement in flat slabs. Concept of counterfort retaining wall. Losses in prestrees. interaction between shear and torsion and between moment and torsion.R. Note .M. Retaining Walls Structural behaviour of retaining wall. Design of circular and rectangular tanks situated on the ground/underground under hoop stresses. and their usages in water tanks. Co-efficient for design of flat slabs. Circular Slabs and Water Tanks Circular slabs with various edge and loading conditions. . slab culvert. analysis of simple prestressed rectangular and T-section. Design criteria.L.Prasad. bridge loadings.C.C. Design of Beams in Torsion Failure of beam under torsion. Spread Footing Structural behaviour of footings. Design of slabs under concentrated loads using effective width and pigeauds Method.Two hour practical is for drawing work.
1. Jain A.K. : Reinforced Concrete Design, Limit State Method. 2. Syal I.C. & Goel A.K. : Reinforced Concrete Structures. 3. Malik S.L. and Gupta : Reinforced Concrete. 4. Jaikrishna and Jain : Plain and Reinforced Concrete Vol. I & II. 5. Dayaratnam P. : Reinforced Concrete Design. 6. Park R & Pauley T. : Reinforced concrete structures. 7. IS 456-1978 code of practice for plain & Reinforced concrete. 8. SP-16 Design Aids of Reinforced Concrete to IS : 456-1978. 9. IS : 3370 Code of practice for water retaining structures.
Structure Detailing Lab.I
Students are required to prepare working drawings manually as well as on computer for the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Simple Beam/Lintel T-Beam floor Rectangular Slabs Brick wall and Isolated footing Combined Rectangular and Trapezoidal Footing Water tank T. shape Retaining wall
Structure Detailing Lab.II
1. 2. 3. 4.
Detailing of Retaining walls Water tanks Rolled sections and connections. Build-up columns and beams CE 602 Transporation Engineering-II L3 T1
Railway Engineering : Indian Railways, Rail gauges, Rails, Rail fastenings-Fish plate, Spikes, Chairs, Keys, Bearing plates; Sleepers. Timber, Steel, Cast iron and Concrete sleepers, sleeper density : Ballast-Materials of ballast, Screening of ballast; Plate laying-Tram line method, Telescopic method & American method, Creep of rail, Track geometry, Points and crossings, Signalling and interlocking; Maintenance of track; yards and Stations, Tunnel operations applied to Rly. Engg.
Airport Engineering : Aircraft characteristics affecting airport design, Runway operation, Runway pavement design, Runway lighting and marking heliport, Vehicle take off system, Design of overlays.
Water Transportation : Harbours, Layout Port facilities, Inland waterways, Port geometrics, Inland water operations.
References 1. A.K. Saxena : A text book on Railway Engg. 2. Vaswani : Railway Engineering. 3. S.K. Khanna : Airport Engineering.
CE 604 Computer Aided Design L2 P4
Elements of Computer Aided Design and its advantages over conventional design. Type of Hardware required for CAD works, Principles of software design, concept of
modular programming, debugging and testing, Computer applications in analysis and design of Civil Engineering systems. Use of software packages in the area of Structural, Geotechnical, Environmental, Water Resources and Transportation Engineering fields, Expert system, their development and applications, Introduction to Neural Networks.
1. Computer Aided Design - S. Rajiv, Narosa Publication. 2. A.I. and Expert System - Robert L. Lerine & Diane E. Drang. McGraw Hill. 3. "Neural Computing - Waserman, Vonnostrand.
CE 605 Environmental Engineering – I
L3 T1 P2
1. Water Supply : Water demand for domestic use, population forecasting by various methods including logistic curve method, Variation in water demand. 2. Sources of Water : Collection of surface water, River Lake, Impounding Reservoir & Canal intakes, Determination of capacity of impounding reservoir. 3. Collection of Ground Water : Confined & Unconfined aquifers, tubewells and infiltration galleries. 4. Transmission of Water : Types of aquaducts, Hydraulics of conduits, capacity and sizes including economical sizes of rising main, structural requirement for aquaducts. Appurterenances and valves, Materials for water pipes. 5.Storage and Distribution of Water : Hardy cross Method, Equivalent pipe method of network analysis. 6.Pumps and their characteristic curves, pumps in parallel & series and selection of pumps. 7. Waste Water Collection : Systems of sanitation and systems for water carriage sewage. 8. Estimation of wastewater flows and variation in waste water flow.
and Science. and depth of bore holes. No. References 1. Sawyer & Mc Carty : Chemistry for Environmental Engg. manhole. 7. Masters : Introduction to Environmental Engg. 3. residual chlorine and chlorine demand. Laboratory Manual. 2. Flow in filled and partially full sewers and Design of Sewers.9. SPT. catch pits. Mc Ghee : Water supply ans sewerage. Odum : Ecology. Stability conditions and factors of safety. 8. . Estimation of storm water runoff by rational formula. 2. dissolved oxygen. SCPT. Flow in sewer transitions and length of transition. Design Principles. Types of samples and samplers. Kshirsagar : Sewerage and Sewage Treatment. Kotaigh : Environmental Engg. 5. hardness and chlorides. street inlets etc. DCPT tests. 11. 3. 6. CE 606 Geotechnical Engineering-II L3 T1 P2 Soil Exploration : planning of subsurface exploration. Retaining Walls : Types of retaining walls. 4. sewer appurtenances. Kshirsagar : Water Supply Engg. Geophysical methods. Determination Determination Determination Determination Determination Determination of of of of of of turbidity. 10. alkalinity and acidity. 4. Environmental Engineering LAB-1 1. 5. color and conductivity pH. Peavy : Environmental Engg. sheet pile walls. 6. Methods of soil exploration. Plate load test and field vane shear test. most probable number of coliforms.
Analytical methods of determining bearing capacity. Arora : Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg. 5. Machine Foundation : Types. Design consideration of foundation to expansive soil. Causes of settlement. Negative skin friction. Pile capacity from (a) Static analysis (b) Dynamic analysis (c) Load tests (d) Penetration tests. Code of practice for design of Reciprocating. Well Foundation : Types. 4. Location and depths of foundation. Types. 2.E. Definition. Bearing capacity of well foundation. Shape of wells. 6. Construction and sinking of well foundation. Design criteria.J. C. 6. J. Settlement of foundation. Rankines method Terzaghis theory. Design of spread footing. Forces acting on well foundation. Depth of well foundation. 4. Pile Foundation : Uses. Geotechnical Engineering-LAB II 1.R. Rao : Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics.Bearing Capacity : Definitions. K. Teng : Foundation Design. Principles of soil dynamics. Auger boring/sampling Standard/dynamic cone penetration test Static cone penetration test In site permeability test Free swill and swell potential Swelling pressure test . 3. References 1. Bearing capacity based on tolerable settlement. Gopal Rajan and A.C. W. Under reamed piles. Requirements of design of foundation. Impact and Rotary type of machine foundation. Natural frequency. Bowels : Foundation Analysis and Design. Methods of determining bearing capacity. Satellement analysis. Component of wells.R. measures to prevent and rectify tills and shifts. Differential settlement. Factors affecting bearing capacity. 3. Settlement of pile foundation. M. Foundation on Expansive Soil : Identification of expansive soil. Problems associated with expansive soil.S. Bearing capacity from building codes. Group action of piles. Meyerhoffs method Brinch-Hansens method Skemptons foundation. Pile driving. Free and forced vibration. 5. 2. Venkatramaiah : Geotechnical Engg. Shallow Foundation : Types of foundation. Tomilsion : Foundation Design and Construction.
rubber. 3.g. leather. Incineration. Fundamentals of GIS and GPS Civil Engg. Reference Solid Waste Conversion to Energy By Alter harvey & Dunn J. Europe and India. aluminium. Dept.global material and energy consumption patterns. composing etc. 2.Dept. economic analysis and implementation. Waste Material Management 1. Other non-ferrous metals.Pyrolysis to liquid and gaseous fuels. Model test on pile driving. Case studies of operating plants using waste-to-energy conversion technologies. Published by Marcel Dekker. comparision between the United States. Technologies of waste-to-energy conversion . plastics. Panning site investigations for a real life problem. 6. 8. Model pile load test.Land fill. OE Open Elective I 1. 9.7. Recovery of materials from municipal. Quantity and composition of wastes. Introduction . Iron & steel. 4. Elements of Remote Sensing Civil Engg. Energy conservation and fuel production by reprocessing organic/inorganic wastes.. Relevance of waste recycling in the modern world. 4. 1. biomass and flyash etc. textiles. Environmental Impact Assessment Civil Engg. glass paper. heat recovery incineration etc. Dept. agricultural and industrial wastes e.project mode tests.J. techniques of waste processing plants. . anaerobic digestion to CH4. 3. Dept 2. 5. Methods of waste disposal .Waste Material Management Civil Engg. Refuse derived solid fuels and their calorific values. 1980.
Sensors and orbital characteristics. Details of digital image processing software packages Applications of remote sensing in Natural resources management. carrying capacity and sustainable development. Concept of FCC Digital image processing. Water Quality Impact Analysis. Classification Accuracy.introduction. Impact Assessment Methodologies-Matrices. satellite data formats.2. Multi-image manipulation. Methods of remotely sensed data interpretation. A step-by-step procedure for developing EIA. Battle system. Introduction to Environmental impact Analysis.electromagnetic radiations and their characteristics. Assessment and statement. Thermal emissions.W. Canter. Reference: Environmental Impact Assessment by C. Image Enhancement. overlays. Brief introduction about Environment legislation and Environmental Audit.Contrast Manipulation. Remote sensing satellites and their data products. Image rectification and restoration.Digital image and its characteristics. Image Classification- Unsupervised and Supervised Classification. Spectral reflectance curves for earth surface features. Elements of Environmental Analysis. Noise impact analysis and energy impact analysis. Tata McGraw-Hill publication 3. Brief Introduction of Air Quality Impact analysis. network analysis. Environmental impact assessment and water resources management . Multi-concept in remote sensing. Concept of Ecological imbalances. Environmental Impact Assessment Environment and its components. Physics of remote sensing. Spatial Feature Manipulation. Ecology and Ecosystems. Case studies of Industrial EIA and Water resources projects. ELEMENTS OF REMOTE SENSING Remote sensing.Visual interpretation.
Column.FUNDAMENTALS OF GIS & GPS Geographic Information System (GIS). GPS satellite constellation. Strength of Compression Member. Kinematic and Differential GPS CE 701 Steel Structure I L3 T1 Introduction : Concept of elastic and plastic design of steel structures. Design of Slab and Gusset Bases. Factor of Safety. Space segment. Builtup Beams. . Design of Struts. Design of Laterally Supported Beam. Plastic hinge. Tension Members : Net and Gross Sectional Areas. Strength of Members and their Design. Satellite navigation System. Design of Laterally unsupported Beam.Introduction. Pinned and Bolted Connections. Buffer Analysis. Overlay Operations. Plastic bending of beam. Theorems of plastic analysis. Load factor. Connections : Riveted. Encased Columns.4. Data acquisition. Loads. Control segment. Data output. GPS errors. Beams : Web Crippling and Web Buckling. Analysis and Design of continuous beams and frames. Welded. Static. Permissible and Working Stresses. Data editing. Design of Grillage Footing. Various GIS packages. Bearing plate. Position and time from GPS. Encased Beam Lintel. Database Query. Splices. Shape factor. Raster and Vector formats. Design of Eccentrically Loaded Columns. Digital Terrain Modelling. GPS signal. Essential components of a GIS. Applications of GIS Global Positioning System (GPS). Slenderness Ratio. Lug Angle. Built-up Columns. Purlins. Strength and Compression Members : Effective length. Redistribution of moments. User segment. Receivers and their types. Introduction to rolled Steel Sections. Plastic Analysis and Design : Stress-strain Curve of Mild steel. Real world problem solving and spatial Analysis. Geo-referencing.Introduction.Scanners and Digitizers.
Effect. Peak flow. Canal Irrigation : Classes of irrigation canal. Water Requirement of Crops : Functions of water in plant growth. Kennedys Theory. Measurement of discharge. design and economics of water resources development. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering. Longitudinal section. Laceys Theory. Closed Drains. Open Drains. 5. Irrigation Outlet : Definition. References 1. shotcreate lining. 6. Varshney. Flood Hydrograph. Hydrologic cycle. Dr. Soil moisture. Duty of well water. . 3. consumptive use of water. Asphaltic lining. Selection of outlet. concrete lining. irrigation methods. Comparative advantage of well and canal irrigation. Water-Logging : Definition. Advantage. Estimation of Runoff.Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering. Spacing of closed Drains. Flood frequency method. Run off. Channel alignment. Parts of a canal system. Water Resources Development : Planning. Singh. 3. Sections of lined channel. Specific yield. Curves. 7. B. Lal. Infiltration. Types of Drains. Non-modular outlet. Efficient Management of irrigation water. Dr. rain gauge. Lift and flow irrigation.Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol. Commanded areas. I & II. Application to engineering problem. Preliminary survey.S.B. 2..C. classes of outlet. Causes and Anti-water logging measure. Boring methods. 9. Regulation and Control of Canal System : Regulation. Schedule of area statistics and channel dimension cross-section of irrigation channel. 4. Weather in relation to crops. Dr. Irrigation frequency. 8. Drainage of Water logged land. and Pandey B. requirement. Rainfall analysis. Gupta & Gupta . Hydrology : Definition. Types of Tube wells. crops season. Detailed survey. Deep and shallow wells. Semi-module. Punamia. Assessment of water requirement. 2. Development of irrigation in India. catchment area formulae. Channel losses. Assessment of canal Revenue. Scope of subject. Wells and Tube Wells : Introduction. Brick tile lining of earth material. Unit Hydrograph and its determination. Determination of discharges through confined & unconfined aquifer.CE 702 Water Resourses Engineering I L3 T1 1. R. Bharat . Important crops. Rigid module. Measurement of rainfall. Introduction : Definition.
Determination of optimum does of coagulant. grit chamber and their design. slow sand and rapid sand filters. Activated Sludge Process-flow sheet. 5. water treatment unit. Settling and removal efficiency for discrete and floculent settling. design of Activated sludge units & modifications. design of anaerobic digesters & Septic tank. Wastewater Treatment : Wastewater characteristic. Concept of water quality. Beneficial uses of water and quality requirements. Design of primary and secondary sedimentation tank. theory and design using NRC equation. brief introduction to dual media filters. calculation of does of chemicals. Criteria for good flocculation. Anaerobic digestion of sludge. BOD kinetics. Physical. 3. Design of rapid mix chamber. Flocculation. Primary and Secondary Treatment. 12. processes and flow sheets. 4. 2. 9. Coagulants and their reactions. Disinfection : Various disinfectants. 11. Objective of water treatment. Unit Operations and flowsheets. 6.CE 703 Environmental Engineering II L3 T1 P2 1. 8. Hydraulic and Mechanical flocculators and their design. Sedimentation : Determination of setting velocity. Short circuiting. Screens. hydraulics of filtration and back-washing including Caman-Cozenys equation. Disposal of wastewater on land and in water bodies. Chlorination and practices of chlorination. Chemical and Bacteriological examination of water. Oxidation ponds and ditches. sedimentation and chemical treatment of wastewater. Secondary Treatment : Theory of Organic matter removal. Coagulation : Mechanism of Coagulation. 10. Preliminary. 7. Definition. Water softening by limesoda process and ion exchange. efficiency of ideal settling tank. References . 13. Aeration tanks. Filtration : Theory of filtration. trickling filters.
CE 705 Professional Elective (Structural/ Geotech / Env /Gen Civil Engg) A. Environmental Pollution Control Engineering . Earth and Earth Retaining Structures . Matrix Analysis of Structures 3. Geotechnical Engineering Stream 1. Rao.McGhee. 3. 5. Prestressed Concrete 2.Peavy et. Water supply and Wastewater Engineering . Environmental Engineering . Advanced Concrete Design 6. Elements of Cost Engineering 4. BridgeEngineering 7. 4.S.1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering . Structural Engineering Stream 1.S. Advanced Foundation Design 3. Water Supply and Sewerage . 2. Plastic Design of Steel Structures B.C. StructuralDynamics 4. Geotechnical Processes 2.B.N. Raju. 6.Davis. Environmental Science and Engineering . al.Masters.
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation 5. 9. 13. 6. 7. 5. Municipal Engineering 4. Geotechnical Engineering Software 7.4. 12. 4. Industrial Air Pollution D. 11. Soil Dynamics 5. Design of Waste Water System 2. Design of Water Supply and Treatment Systems 3. Courses offered by Applied Mechanics Department . Environmental Geotechnology C. 8. General Civil Engineering 1. 3. Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods Construction Equipment and Techniques Precast and Modular Construction Practices Transportation System and Planning Traffic Engineering Rural Roads Analytical Photogram try Techniques Theory of Errors and Adjustment Computations Elements of Geodesy and Field Astronomy Remote Sensing in Civil Engineering Design of Sub-structures Principles of Town Planning and Architecture Introduction to Geoinformatics E. 2. Environmental Engineering Stream 1. 10. Rock Engineering 6.
Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Structures . Advanced Fluid Mechanics 16. Wave Mechanics 13. River Mechanics 14. Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity 11. Seismic Analysis of Structures 10. Advanced Strength of Materials 7. Matrix Methods in Vibrations 5. Plastic Analysis of Structures 8. Open Channel Flow 12. Dynamic Analysis of Structures 9. Experimental Stress Analysis 4. Analysis of Skeletal Structures 6. Composite Materials 3. Theory of Plates and Shells 2.1. Water Power Engineering 15.
frames and grids. 3. Bhatnagar. Allowable stresses. A-2 Matrix Analysis of Structures Introduction to Flexibility and stiffness method. Design of composit Sections . Analysis and Design of Prestressed concrete Beams in bending and shear. Free and Forced vibrations of single degree. "Construction Performance Control by Networks". Design of Bridges. temperature. Analysis and Design of Continuous Prestressed Concrete Beams. trusses. A-4 Structural Dynamics Wind and Earthquake Loading on structures. Structural idealization for dynamic analysis. Calculation of Deflection and Ultimate Strength of a Prestressed beam. Seismic Coefficient method and Average Response Spectrum techniques in Structural Design. Network Analysis Techniques. Use of IS-1893 in Earthquake Resistant Designs. A-5 Advanced Concrete Design Design of over-head tanks. Use of Prestressed Concrete in Tension and Compression Members.K. Detailed design of Highway Bridges. Type of concrete and steel used in Prestress work. Design of staging. Vibration of continuous Beams. Cost Optimisation Techniques. H.A. Ahuja. Building Frames. Hand computation of problems on beam.References 1. 2. Creep and Stretching of wires etc. two degree and multi-degreefreedom systems. etc.. Cable Profiles. Application of Prestressed Concrete in Bridges. support settlement. Method of assembling the stiffness matrix. A-3 Elements of Cost Engineering Introduction. Feasibility Study and Project Controls. Transfer matrix method of analysing framed structure. Effect of Shrinkage. Wiley-Interscience Publication. National Economy Study . Lagrange's equation and its application. Design of End Blocks. Analysis for imposed deformation. Losses in Prestressing.N. Wiley Eastern Limited. Generalized computer oriented treatment of stiffness method. Structural Engineering Stream A-1 Prestressed Concrete Concrete of Prestressing. S.Optimisation Techniques . substructure technique for solving very large structures.
Plastic Design. A-7 Plastic Design of Steel Structures General. Earth and Earth Retaining Structures . Shapes.Geotechnical Engineering Stream B-1 Geotechnical Processes Introduction . Latterally loaded and Battered Pile. Pile Load Tests. depth of Scour. Soil Compaction . and bearings. Design of RC bridges under concentrated loads using effective width and Pigeauds Method.Witerkormn & Fang 4. Total and Differential Settlements. various types of bridges and their suitability. General Methods for Plastic Design. Static and Kinematic Analysis of Pile Groups in Sand & Clays. loads. Bell 5. Various factor affecting Load Carrying Capacity of Piles. Settlement and bearing Capacity of Pile Foundations. Grouting . Types of coffer dams. forces and IRC bridge loading and permissible stresses. Factors Affecting Fully Plastic Moments.Grouting. Dewatering References 1. B-3.Shroff 7. Minimum Weight Design B. Detail design of slab. Allowable. Foundation on Difficult Ground-F.Opnveiler 6. Shift and their prevention. Elements of well foundation. Grouting .G. Tilts. T-beam bridge. Ground Improvement . Reinforced Earth Geotextiles and Geomembranes. Courbon's method of load distribution. Stabilization . box culverts. Foundation Engineering . Earth & Rockfill dam-Sharma and Sharma.Leonards 3.Haussman 2.Design of piers and pier caps. Design of cellular coffer dams.A-6 Bridge Engineering Site selection. Abutments. Design and detailing of plate girder and steel Truss type bridges. Foundation Engineering . Well sinking. B-2 Advanced Foundation Design Bearing capacity and settlement analysis of shallow foundation.
1991. Elementary vibration.I.I. New Delhi.R.J. Anchored bulk heads. Stability number. Conduits.C. geotechnical processes in rock mechanics.A. Two degree freedom system Elementary ideas of multidegree freedom system. Developmental aspects of Geotechnical Engineering Software. A. B. Trasmissibility. Proceedings of International Conference on Geotechnical and Computers . B-5 Rock Engineering Engineering classification of rocks and rock masses. Hinton and D. Levine. 5. Software and Analytical Tools . grouting.S. ASCE Special Publication. Criteria of satisfactory machine foundation. types of slopes movements. influence of constituents. Slope stability analysis. Bowls. Translatory. material. rock strength and failure criteria. D. Method of Analysis of Block foundation of various types under vibrations.1991.K.). Braced cuts. Types and General description (features). rock bolting and blasting B-6 Geotechnical Engineering Software Introduction.Earth and Rock Fill Dam. Owen. engineering properties of intact rocks and rock masses.E. Choice of types. Drang and B. Use of available software. Paris.H. Finite Element Programming . Analytical and Computer Method in Foundation Engineering . requirement of safety of earth dams. 10. Krishnamoorthy and S. Edesion. 27. dynamic loading. Journal of Computers and Geotechnics . References 1. Waterman. Prasad. initial stresses in rocks and their measurements.R. Computer Aided Design.J. foundation. Design procedure for various types of machine foundations.E. Coffer dams. seepage analysis. Griffith and modified Griffith theories. 4.E. Guide to Expert Systems . Narosa Publishing House. Design Charts in slope analysis. 8. Topping (ed.V. anisotropy and intersticial wateron rock strength behaviour. No. Lab and field instrumentation. and Expert Systems . B-4 Soil Dynamics Introduction. Artificial Intelligence and Civil Engineering . Slope stability.E. 2. Crest Loading. Gupta and R. Rajeev.A. Forced vibration with and without damping of single degree freedom system. 6. 7. Influence on Soil Properties due to Dynamic loads. submergence and Instrumentation and Post construction obstructions Design of retaining walls.U. A. Rotational and Wedge Analysis. 3. . Fracture mechanism. 9.1992.D. Principles of Expert Systems . Sheet piles.
Design Construction and Monitoring and Landfills . Albert..An Introduction. Waste Disposal in Rocks .S. Pusch.E. Subsidence and Heaving. Bagchi (1974).B-7 Environmental Geotechnology Introduction. 3. Design and Construction of Landfills for Municipal and Hazardous Waste. Control and Regulation. Earth Structure. Design of Hazardous Waste and Nuclear Waste Repositories in Rock. Tripathi and H. Tailings Management .P. Geotechnology of Waste Management I. Design of Mine tailings Disposal Facilities and Flyash Disposal Facilities. References 1. Singh (1993).M. Introduction of Remediation Technologies. Daniel (ed.P. Erosion Control and Land Management.V.T.J. 6.S.M. H.) 1992. Goumans. Geosynthetics . Ritcay (1989). Environmental Aspects of Construction with Waste Material .A. Vanderstoot and T.R. Fang (ed. Geotechnical Practices for Waste Disposal .G.S. 9. Detection and Monitoring of Subsurface Contamination Including Instrumentation.A.G. Booker. Raju (1992) 8. Case Studies. 10.R.K.V. 7. R. Environmental Protection.R. Encyclopedia of Environmental Control Techniques H.P. J. Geotechnical Reuse of Waste Material. Quigley. Soil-waste Interaction. 5. Clay Barrier System for Waste Disposal Facilities . Oweis and R.. Soil Erosion and Conservation .r. Engineering with Geosynthetics .S. ..) 1973) 2.M. Khera (1990). Rao and G.J. Rowe.D. 4.
Water and Wastewater Engineering Vol. rapid mixing devices. Trickling filter. Geyer and Okin.B. II . Wastewater Treatment. Govt.S. Manual on CPHEEO. and processes. . design of basins. Quasim. Process Flowsheets. John Wiley & Sons. aerated lagoon and oxidation sludges and disposal. Wastewater Treatment for Pollution Control . 5. CBS Publications. 4. of India. of India. Theory and processes and units including activated sludge stabilization ponds. Acreivala. 3. 7. Govt. McGraw Hill International. 2. Geyer and Okin. Environmental Engineering Stream C-1 Design of Waste Water System Wastewater characteristics.C.J. filters and disinfection units. Raju.S. Waste ditches. McGraw Hill International. Anaerobic treatment of C-2 Design of Water Supply and Treatment Systems Water quality. Books Recommended 1. Design of Wastewater Treatment. 8.A. 4. flocculators. quality of water in various resource pools Unit operations and processes for water treatment.R. Unit operations Design of biological treatment process. septic tanks.S.Peavy McGraw Hills International. Water Supply and Sewerage . I & II . Water and Wastewater Engineering Vol.Fair. Environmental Engineering . 2.Fair. . 3.S. McGraw Hills International. Manual on Severage and Sewage Disposal CPHEEO.Peavy.N. Reactor Analysis.Davis. Environmental Engineering . Books recommended 1. Dekker & Mercel. Introduction to Environmental Engineering .Metcalf & Eddy Tata-McGraw Hill. U. Analysis and design of water supply distribution networks. Introduction to Environmental Engineering . Tata McGraw Hills. Wastewater Engineering . Parameters of water quality. 6.Davis. John Wiley & Sons.
Lanoix. Industrial Pollution Control Handbook . Air Pollution and Industry . C-3 Municipal Engineering Planning of Urban Water Supply Project & its Implementation. Waste Disposal and Reuse. Nature of the Problem. Cartage. Hilly Areas lakes and ponds. Options for Excreta Disposal and Techniques for Reusing. Drilled Tubewell. Raju. Sanitation. Reuse.D.R. C-4 Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply. . Small Community water supplies . Collection and off Site Treatment. Sources locating a well.5. Books Recommended 1. Urban sanitation including Refuge Disposal. Gaseous Pollutants Control.Holket (ed. Hospitals. 3. Treatment in Rural Water Supplies.Muralikrishna.N. Fertilization and Biogas. 4. Water-lifting arrangements. Compositing privy. pit latrines. of India. Septic Tanks and Aquaprivy. WHO Publication. Wagner. Irrigation. General sanitation of schools. Particulate Emission Control Devices. Construction of a Dugwell. Composting. on Site collection and Disposal. Ross. Municipal Rules. 2. Agencies involved. Communicable Diseases. Rodent and Vector Control. Plant Compliance for Managers References 1.Herbert F. Algae. Land. waterborne ponds.S. Tata McGraw Hills. 2. Meteorology of Air Pollution. 5. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment . Excreta Disposal for Rural Areas and Small Communities. Cheremiseriniff. Water Supply and Sewerage . Aquaculture. Waste Treatment within Municipal Authority.B. Choosing Waste Disposal Techniques. Introduction to Air Pollution and Control . 3. Bathing places and houses etc.) John Wiley & Sons.Paul N. Aquatic weeds.work and Warner. Air Pollution Control and Design for Industry . Air Pollution .CPHEEO Govt. C-5 Industrial Air Pollution Air Pollution. Regulations & Acts.
D. Stuart Wood J. Forward and Central Difference Relations and estimate of error in use of these Relations.S. Organisation of the Finite Element programme and data preparation. stability and vibration using these. bridges. Solution of the beam type problems in Equilibrium. Rao. Excavation and lifting devices. General Civil Engineering D-1 Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods Derivation of Backward. Introduction to Finite Element Method . high rise building. Application of the Method in treatment of Plane stress and Plane strain problems. 3.L. Efficient solution techniques for simultaneous linear algebraic equations obtained in Finite Difference and Finite Element formulation.Desai and Abel. James F. D-2 Construction Equipment and Techniques General considerations. Introduction to Finite Element Method and its uses in analysis of Civil Engineering Structures. Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs. 1985. R.S. Special Equipments. harbours and airports. 2. . Extension of Central Difference Relations in solution of Partial Differential Equations. 2. Principle of Economics of Mechanised Construction Pavement Construction Equipments.Construction Planning equipment and methods. List of References 1. Finite Element Method in Engineering .R. Delhi. References 1. Derivation of the element characteristics and condensation technique. Peuritoy .Construction equipment. Earth moving equipments. McGraw Hills International Book Company. Structural design and detailing of joints . Metropolitan Book Co. Asphalt paving equipments. docks. New Jersy.Heavy construction equipment and methods. Application to Laplace equation and torsion problems. D-3 Precast and Modular Construction Practices Overview of reinforced and prestressed concrete construction Design and detailing of precast/prefabricated building components. Russel . Construction Process of Deep foundation for dams.
Standardisation. Fibonacci series.J.S. Introduction to Transportation Engineering . Productivity analysis.K. Planning References 1.Traffic Control References 1.in prefabricated structures.S. its handling and other reliable proportioning concepts. quality assurance.E. D-4 Transportation System and Planning Introduction.William W. 2. Technology of Transportation.Institution of Transportation Engineering. D-5 Traffic Engineering Introduction. Modular coordination. Traffic Flow Theory . Traffic Studies . Use of equipments in precast prefabricated structure.K. Rural Roads . Transportation. Construction and Maintenance References . 3. Highway Engineering . Design of Formwork and their reusability. Hay. Economics of form work. Khanna & CED Justo. Production of ready mixed concrete. system building. Metropolitan Transportation Planning .W. 2. Alignment and Design. Transportation and Traffic Engineering Handbook . Dickey. Transportation system. Mortak. Introduction to Transportation Engineering Planning . U. D-6 Rural Roads Introduction.their necessity and importance for the nation. Lamination and Advantages of modular construction. Modular construction Practices. ideal alignment and deviations from it.A.
D-8 Theory of Errors and Adjustment Computations Errors-definition. Principles. Measures of precision. Journals of Indian Roads Congress 3. Error propagation. Map substitutes. Propagation of systematic and accidental errors. factors affecting cost and accuracy. computations of geodetic positions. systems of time. sources and classification. strip formation and adjustment.S. Spherical excess. Chi-square test. prime vertical. Map projection-necessity and classification. General idea about stereoplotting instruments. types of frequency distribution. elements of relative orientation. elementary spherical trigonometry. Laws of accidental errors. Test of departure. variance ratio test. Adjustment of simple triangulation figures. Rejection criteria. Interconversion. applications and advantages. . horizon and transit. D-9 Elements of Geodesy and Field Astronomy Figures of earth. theory of least squares and its application to adjustment problems. Astronomical coordinate systems. Adjustment of level nets. Weighting of observations. Properties of spheroids and Geoid. Elements of interior and exterior orientation. Lens distortion and its elimination. Principles of re-projection. Adjustment computations by observation equation method and condition equation method in matrix form. most probable value. standard error of indirectly observed and conditioned quantities. absolute orientation. Highway Engineering . Different systems of aerial triangulation. Normal law of error.P.1. Statistical tests to be applied to observational data. Mathematical model. photomaps and mosaics. Deviation of normal law. Bindra 2. Astronomical triangle with star at elongation. Napier's rules. curve fitting and correlation. properties of cylindrical and conical projections. Choice of photographic scales. Definitions of terms used in field astronomy. Journals of Indian Highways D-7 Analytical Photogrammetic Techniques Development of photogrammetry as mapping technique. I-test. Coordinate systems used in photogrammetry. Details of independent model configuration. some important spheroids. Ground control provision. equations of time.
Composition of Space. Railways and highways etc. Design of typical buildings such as school. latitude and time. Principles of Remote Sensing and platform for remote sensing. colour. etc. regional planning.Simple methods of determining azimuth. Machine Foundation. Special equipments. hospital. Architectural Drawing. D-11 Design of Sub-structures Footing Bridge Sub-structures. different platform sensor combinations. Concept of habitat including environmental pollution. Marine Sub-structure. Building Bye-Laws. residencial and commercial complex. problems of metropolis. Techniques of photo-interpretation. Forms. Colour. Texture. Land use patterns. photo-interpretation keys. correction to field observations. Role of architects and town planners. Satellite town concepts. characteristics of photographic images. Remote sensing satellite and their data products. Retaining Walls. Population survey. Anesthetics and functional proportions. Application of Remote sensing in land use and land cover analysis water resources management flood zoning and damage estimation. pollution studies. Ground truth collection and verification. Different symbols used in building industry. Neighbourhood planning. space and airborne imageries. remote sensing through visible and other bands spectral signals. Scale. Different methods of remotely sensed data interpretation. Survey of natural resources and engineering works. Services and transportation planning. Principles of architecture Design. Impact of development of materials through ages. Density concepts. Balance. tone and texture. Garden city movement. D-13 Introduction to Geoinformatics . Brief history of architecture. Evolution of architectural forms. D-12 Principles of Town Planning and Architecture Principles of town planning. photo-interpretation for selection of Civil Engineering project sites such as for buildings. D-10 Remote Sensing in Civil Engineering Definition of terms. The multiconcept.
Whisker and Hybrid composites. column etc. Short fibre composites. Behaviour of uni-directional. orthotropy etc. Liquid crystal polymers. Flaked Fibrous. Historical background. Pure bending of plates. Photogrammetry. ingredients and equipment joints. Membrane theory of shells of revolution and cylindrical shells. Global Positioning System (GPS) E. Performance and behaviour of lamina and laminates. Courses offered by Applied Mechanics Department E-1 Theory of Plates and Shells Plates : Cylindrical bending of plates. electrical. Wear and abrasion resistant composite. Performance of composites under adverse conditions.C. Forms of fibre reinforcement. absorption. Bending theory of axi-symmetrically loaded shells of revolution and cylindrical shells. conductivity and other properties. Shells : Classification of shells.C. E-2 Composite Materials Introduction.Remote Sensing. Anisotropy. Plates on elastic foundation. Geographic Information System (GIS). Axi-symmetrically loaded circular plates. Manufacturing techniques. Applications. of sandwich composites and conventional composites. Particulate. Beams. angleply and other composites-strength and stiffness. Optical. Anisotropic plates. Fibres and matrix types and properties. Resin treated concrete. Classification of composites.Navier's and Levy's solution. and metals. and generalized Hooke's law. Plate Equation. Rectangular plates . . crossply. Comparison of composites with R.
Slicing the model and interpretation of the resulting fringe patterns. Theory of Photoelasticity. Brittle coating Crack patterns produced by Refrigeration techniques and releasing the load crack detection and types of brittle coating. Effects of a stress model in a plane Polariscope. Isochromatic fringe patterns. Conclusions pertaining to material selection. Separation techniques. Scaling model to prototype stresses. Plane polariscope. Factors producing strain sensitivity in metallic alloys. Basic characteristics of strain gauge. Birefringent coatings. Gauge sensitivities and gauge factor corrections for transient strain effect. Construction Details of Diffused Light and Lense Type Polariscope. Effective Stresses. Model Deformations. Materials for three dimensional Photoelasticity. Failure theories. sensitivity of briefringent coating.E-3 Experimental Stress Analysis Behaviour of light. Coating stresses. Gauge construction. Polarized light. Arrangement of Optical elements in Polariscope. Isoclinic fringe pattern. Types of strain gauge. Effect of Stressed model in a circular Polariscope (Dark field and light field arrangement). Locking in. Conditioning of light by a series combination of a linear. Polarizer and a wave plate. Introduction. Properties of commonly employed photoelastic materials. Criteria for selection of model materials. The stress optic law in two dimensions at normal incidence. Compensation techniques. E-4 Matrix Methods in Vibrations . Wave plates. Factors influencing Gauge selection. Reinforcing effects of birefringent coating. Introduction. Temperature compensation.
.Vibrations. Nonlinear Structural Analysis : Matrix displacement analysis for large deflections. Vibrations of Elastic Systems : Principle of virtual work in dynamics of elastic systems. Damped Structural systems. Vibration of beams with distributed mass. E-5 Analysis of Skeletal Structures Matrix methods in Skeletal structural analysis : Stiffness method. Vibration analysis based on stiffness. 3 D freedom systems. Geometrical stiffness. Lumped mass representation. Consideration of damping force on a beam. distributed lateral load and end moments. slope deflection equation. Introduction Multidegree of freedom systems. Equivalent masses in matrix. orthogonality relations. Columns using displacement method. Equations of motion and equilibrium. analysis. Jumping technique for calculating stiffness and mass matrix for axially loaded members. Solution by iteration. Effect of Axial load on bending stiffness. Structures with stiff or welded joints. Beam Column : Beam-column with concentrated load. Load displacement relationship for beam elements. Stability analysis of simple truss. Computer Programme for the solution of multidegree of freedom vibration systems. Vibration analysis of systems with inclined members. Vibration of beams : Mode shapes of beams during vibrations. Distributed load on beams with uniformly distributed harmonic force. Failure of beam column and interaction equations. Orthoganality. Planar systems. condensed mass matrix.
solutions for rectangular plates. Bending of a curved beam out of its initial plane. shear centres for various sections composed of thin members torsion of non-circular members. Mechanics of Materials Vol. chain-links. Semi-infinite beam subjected to loads at it ends and near its end. Plastic hinge and collapse Mechanisms. . Bending of circular beams subjected to symmetric loading. References 1. Bending of thin plates.M. Beams on elastic foundations. Torsion of hollow sections. Boresi and O. Governing differential equation for deflection of plates. sidebottom. . 2. Membrane Analogy. Torsional stresses in elliptical shaft. Navier's and levy's solutions. Bending axis. . II. plastic moment. Venant's theory.P. St. Plastic yielding of circular shafts.Beams on Elastic Foundations : Infinite beam subjected to concentrated loads and distributed load segment. Infinite. Bending of curved beam in the plane of loading-carne hooks. shock waves.J. Torsional stresses in thin walled open and closed sections. Boundary conditions. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. semi-infinite and finite beams. Theories of failure. plastic failure. Historical review. Approximate solution for rectangular section. capacity of a crosssection. Shear centre of cross section of a beam. E-7 Plastic Analysis of Structures Introduction. E-6 Advanced Strength of Materials Stresses and strains in three dimensions. shape factor. Hearn.A. shear flow. Assumptions of theory. Saint Venant's equations and equations of equilibrium. Bending of circular arc Bow girder.E. concept of load factor.
Plastic moment distribution for multi-storey and multi-bay frames.L. Earthquake : Occurence and its elements . E-8 Dynamic Analysis of Structures Free and forced vibration of single degree and multi-degree freedom systems in direct load. Vibrations of portal and multistorey building frames. Use Lagrange's equation and its applications. shear and torsion.Morris. 2. Plastic Analysis . Dynamical Behaviour of Structures . References 1.Mogg.G. Neal 3.Warburton. References 1. Effect of axial force and shear. Plastic Analysis .S. Earthquake loading and structural idealisation for dynamic analysis.B.Rogers. dynamic analysis. Analysis for deflections at collapse. Semi Graphical method and Mechanism method.Analysis of beams and frames. Beedle 2. 3. Structural Design of Dynamic Loads . E-9 Seismic Analysis of Structures Type of Dynamic Loading : Static vs. bending. Vibrations of simple and continuous beam. Dynamic Framed Structures . Plastic Analysis .
R. Dam. E-10 Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity Fundamentals of Elasticity Theory : The requirements for a solution. 2. Curved beams. Plates : circular plates. Effect of torsion on the building P-S effect. An introduction to Seimic analysis of special structures : Nuclear power plant. response spectrum method. 4.g. Venant's principle.Analysis of SDOF systems and MDOF systems Rayleigh's stodata's method of analysis Seismic Response of Buildings (Structures) Calculation of Time period. References 1. Dynamics of Structures : R.T. the St. Beams of irregular crosssection. Elements of Earthquake Engg. 3. Stress functions. . Clough & Pension. Chimney etc. Theory of Vibration with Application : W. by using conventional approaches e. An introduction to Dynamics of soil-structure interaction. Thomson. Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering : Newmarks and Rosenbleuter. : A. Chandrasekharan and Jaikrishna. Base shear and distribution of forces etc. water tower.W. seimic coefficient method. solution procedures. Beams : Some exact solutions for the bending of beams.
E-12 Wave Mechanics . dynamic equation. submerged hydraulic jump. specific energy. critical depth. critical flow. Theory and Deformation Theory. 2. description. and sloping channels.K.Ven Te Chow. Uniform flow. Books Recommended 1. Plasticity : Yield surfaces. transitions of subcritical and supercritical flow. hydraulic jump in horizontal. & Fracture. computation.Shells : Membrane theory of shells of revolution and cylindrical shells. E-11 Open Channel Flow Classification. Generalized stress-strain relations. dynamic equation. Ranga Raju. Axisymmetric problems. types energy and momentum equation for prismatic and non prismatic channels. flow profiles. Flow Through Open Channel . 3. Bending and torsion of prismatic bars. analytical and graphical methods. Flow in channel of non-linear alignment and non-prismatic channel sections.Henderson.Reuse. analysis of flow profile. Vibrational and Energy Methods. methods of numerical interaction. Rapidly varied flow : Characteristics of the flow. Metal forming processes. Flow in Open Channel . Prandtl . Open Channel Flow . Gradually varried flow. Numerical Methods. Spatially varied flow : Basic principles assumptions. Fracture Mechanics : Stress distributions due to cracks. Concentrated Loads and Stress Concentrations.G.
E-14 Water Power Engineering Unsteady flow in open channels. River Training works. Concepts of wave generation. Refraction and mach stem effect. Socio-economic and Ecological study of river flows and their utilisation. Layout of hydropower systems. Integration. Coastline features littorial drift Break water and forces thereon. valley dam. E-15 Advanced Fluid Mechanics Of Euler's Equations Navier-Stokes' equations. River Gauging. Types of power supply Role of water power in multi-source power systems. diversion. Types of breakers. spectra of turbulence. Civil works. Penstocks. Turbulence measurements. behaviour of river flow vis-vis-geophysical consideration and readjustment. Pondage and storage requirements. Turbines . surface and underground. Load curves. power houses. Types of plants Run-off river. Fundamental Concepts of tidal basins and generation of tidal power. Hydraulic/Design of culverts. tidal. storage. to Bernoulli's equation. cross drainage works. Peak percentage curves. mechanics of sediment transport. storage. Axisymmetric boundary layer flows. Design of penstocks and surge tanks and their hydraulic performance. Reservoir Capacity Design. Power channels. water hammer in pipes. Mass curves. Conformal transformation. E. Surge tanks. Wave forces on structures. Effect of slope of continental and nearshore shelf. . vorticity and momentum transfer concepts on turbulence. Brief description of various hydraulic structures Hydraulic Design of weir on permeable foundation.Theory of small amplitude periodic waves. pumped. Time dependent potential. E-16 Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Structures Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Structures.Progressive changes from impulse to ractive radial flow to axial flow units.13 River Mechanics Contenrs : River morphology. Mooring and mooring forces. Flow nets. Accessories values. etc. Helmhortz principle. Stokes theorem and Greens' theorem. falls.
soil salinity and soil conservation problems. Projected water needs for drinking. National Water Policy. Run off and rainfall data of basins. Regional and Urban Planning Civil Engg.Its hydrology. 5. ground water and river pollutions etc. Water related environmental problems. Floods and draughts. 4.Current storage scenario in India. 7. Water conservation measures. Dept. 13. 12. 2. Introduction of the subject. Operation Research Technique Civil Engg. Open Elective II 1. 9. River basins of India and Inter Basin transfer of water. 10. Global and National scenario of water availability. evaporation and other related problems like location of storage sites and rehabilation problems. 2. 14. drainage. and ground water rules. etc. Water power. 3. conjunctive uses etc. Water Resources Management Civil Engg. Elements of Remote Sensing Civil Engg. 6. water logging. . 8. Dept. Dept. 11. 1. Water pollution. Storage of water .Design considerations in non-linear channels. Inter state and Inter National level sharing of water. 3. Ground Water . Water Resources Management 1. agriculture and other uses. Broad Principles of Hydraulic structures and canal systems. 4. Sedimentation. Hydraulic Design of earthen dams and rigid dams (gravity and arch dam). its relation with irrigation and other needs. Dept.
Operation Research Technique (Excluding Mechanical and Production Engineering) Introduction : History of operations research. Artificial variables. construction and Solution of these models. assignment and transportation models. Graphical Solution : Reduction of Game problem to L. initial basic feasible solution. Transportation algorithm. and surplus variables. Selecting the leaving variable. Game Theory : Introduction. Matrix formulation of General linear Programming Problem. Two persons zero sum games. Nature & Scope of Operations Research. Formulation of linear Programming Problems and its solution by simplex method. computational procedures. . Mathematical formulation of the problem. Selecting the entering variable. Inventory Control. Linear Programming : Introduction. Principle of duality in Simplex method.2. Unrestricted variables. Slack. The Simplex Method : Fundamental properties of solution corroboration of extreme points. Mathematical solution of linear programming problem. Simplex algorithm.P. Graphical solution methods. Integer Programming : Formulation and solution of Integer Programming problem. Two phase simplex method. The Maxxmini and Minimax principles. problems of degeneracy. Solution of primal and dual (solution of dual contains solution of Primal also) Sensitivity analysis. Degeneracy in transportation problem. The transportation problem Matrix form of transportation prlblem. Allocation. Formation of dual with mixed type of constraints.P.
Factors Affecting regional planning. Regional Planning : Integrated Area planning in India. Image Enhancement. Sensors and orbital characteristics. 2. Efficiency measures. Visual representation for planning purposes.Digital image and its characteristics. Planning processes and continuity of planning process. Physics of remote sensing. Details of digital image processing software packages Applications of remote sensing in Natural resources management. Introduction : Definition. Spatial Feature Manipulation. Multi-concept in remote sensing. Thermal emissions. regional surveys and preparation of regional plans. Theories in urban and regional planning. Concept of FCC Digital image processing. Image rectification and restoration. Distribution and sizes of settlements. ELEMENTS OF REMOTE SENSING Remote sensing. Spectral reflectance curves for earth surface features.electromagnetic radiations and their characteristics. satellite data formats. Classification Accuracy. Regional and Urban Planning 1. Remote sensing satellites and their data products.Visual interpretation. Methods of remotely sensed data interpretation. Planners skills.3. .Contrast Manipulation. Multi-image manipulation. Image Classification- Unsupervised and Supervised Classification.introduction. Environmental impact assessment and water resources management 4.
Design of Elevated Rectangular. Integrated rural planning schemes. Gallion. Planning for utilities. 5. The Urban Pattern . Single and two bay industrial frames. 3.by A. 4. bearing stiffener. Vikash Publishing House Pvt. sag rods and purlins. Urban-Planning : Factors affecting urban growth. Text Books and References 1. Master Plans.3. . Development Control legislation. CE 801 Steel Structure II Loads on Industrial structures and Configuration of various Industrial buildings. Standards and Design : Service design and networking. Sundaram. Urban and Regional Planning in India . Design of Roof trusses. Gantry girders. Town and Country Planning by Lewis Kuble. Ltd. 2. Industrial columns and their foundations. Design of steel stacks. intermediate stiffeners. Wind bracings.by K. splices. Development : Control and Planning Organisation. curtailment. Introduction to steel bridges.B. Introduction to light gauge steel structures. Circular and Pressed tanks and their staging. Growth of urban complexes. settlement and habitat. services and civil amenities. Open space land use planning. town plans and local surveys. Various types of Roofs and Roof coverings. Riveted and Welded Plate Girders : Design of cross-section.V.
Types of spilway. Earth & Rockfill Dams : Earth dam. galleries. Materials. silt control at head work. 6. Weir. 8. Selection of Dam sites. 4. Syphon Aquaduct. Modes of failure and fractors of safety. Bed bars. Spilways : Spilway capacity. Layout of Head work. Energy dissipation below spillway. Reservoir sedimentation. Gravity Dams : Forces acting. 3. Foundation treatment. Fundamentals of Irrigation Engg. bank protection. 7. Flood Routing. Reservior loss. Estimation of storage capacity. Aquaduct. method of analysis. . Elementary Profile of a gravity dam. Location. Criteria for safe design. Types of turbine. Super passage. Cross Drainage Works : Necessity and types. Canal head regulator. Foundation. River Training : Objective & scope. Principle of Reservoir planning. stages. 10. Classification of falls. 9. Canal Head Works : Functions. Distributory head regulator and cross-regulator. typical sections. Principle of design. Principles of Design of Canal Masonary Works : Types of Masonry work. Design of Weirs on permeable foundation. Design of cross drainage work. Methods of River Training. Classification of power plants. Khoslas theory for determination of pressure and exit gradient. Investigation. Hydraulic jump. Canal syphon. compaction of Rock fill dam. by Bharat Singh. Investigation & Planning of Dams & Reservoirs : Introduction. 5. BLIGHS Theory. Design of fails. Power house. References 1. control of cracking. Types of gates. 2.CE 802 Water Resources Engineering II 1. Level crossing. classification of river & river training. Stability analysis. Hydro-Electric Power : Assessment of potential. Escape. Regulation Works : Falls. Types of Dams and their characteristic.
17. 19. Gupta & Gupta. Theory and Design of Irrigation Structure by Dr. Irrigation & Water Power Engineering by Dr. Clough and JPenjien.L. B. Determination of Soil spring constants.S. Dynamics of structures .R.Mario Paz.M.s. 15. Seismic Coefficient method and average Response spectrum techniques in Structural Design.S. Biggs Elements of Chandrasekaran Earthquake Engineering Jai Krishna an A. Structural dynamics . tow degree and multi-degreefreedom systems. Lal. 18.B. 22. Degrees of freedom of a block foundation. 16.R. IS: 1983 . Engineering Vibrations . Ayre.Theory & cpomputation . . Dynamics of Structures Theory and Applicaions to Earhquake Engineering . I. Structural Dynamics .M. CE 803 EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE DESIGN L3 T1 Wind and Earthquake loading on structure. 20. Fundamental of Earthquake Engineering -N.Anil K. 3. Lagrange's equation and its application. Varshney. Roy Craig Jr. W. References: 14. Neumarks and E. Free and Forced vibrations of single degree. Jacobsen & R.C. 21. Design criteria for satisfactory Action of a machine foundation. B. ode for design & construction of m/c dns. Vibration of continuous Beams. Introduction to Structural Dynamics . R. Structural idealization for dynamic analysis.R.J.2. Rosenblueth. Chopra.S. Punamia & Pandey.1984 Criterion for Earthquake Resistant Design.
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