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MANDATORY DISCLOSURE-2006 MUFFAKHAM JAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, HYDERABAD

Curricula and Syllabi for the B.E. Programmes as approved by the University
WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-2005

SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION B.E III YEAR (REGULAR) (CIVIL ENGINEERING) SEMESTER - I Scheme of Instructions Periods per Week L/T D/P Cement 4 4 4 2 2 Scheme of Examination Dura- Maximum tion in Marks Hrs Univ. SessiExam onals 3 3 3 3 3 3 75 75 75 75 75 75 25 25 25 25 25 25

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SUBJECT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CE 301 CE 302 CE 303 CE 304 CE 305 CM 371

THEORY Reinforced Concrete Fluid Mechanics - II

Theory of Structures-I Hydrology and Management

Water 4 4 4

Transportation Engineering Managerial Economics & Accountancy PRACTICALS

1. 2. 3.

CE 331 CE 332 CE 333

Fluid Mechanics Lab-II Transportation Engineering Laboratory Surveying Camp TOTAL

24

3 3 10

3 3 -

50 50 550

25 25 50 250

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Curricula and Syllabi for the B.E. Programmes as approved by the University

CE301 REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessionals Unit I Concrete: Materials used in concrete; specifications for field and laboratory tests; water cement ration and strength; workability of concrete and its assessment by different methods; Durability, curing of concrete; various types of reinforcements; Types of cement and concrete; Admixtures; Special concretes; and Concrete composites. Working stress method; Basic principles of working stress method; Theory of bending in RCC beams; Balanced, under-reinforced and over reinforced sections; Analysis and design of singly and double rectangular and flanged sections. Unit II Limit State Design Philosophy: Characteristics loads and strengths; Partial safely factors. Stress-strain relationship for concrete and steel; stress blocks (generalized, rectangular, parabolic and Whitneys). Merits and demerits of working stress limit state methods. Analysis and design for flexure; Assumptions, failure in tension and compression; singly reinforced, doubly reinforced rectangular and flanged beams. Anchorage and development length. Unit III Analysis and design of beams for limit state of collapse in shear and torsion: Detailing of reinforcement of beams; Check for analysis and design for limit states of serviceability for deflection and cracking. Unit IV Analysis and design of slabs by yield line theory and IS code method: Assumption in yield line theory, yield line patterns; plastic theorems lower bound, upper bound and uniqueness theorems; Relationships between collapse load and plastic load by virtual work method and equilibrium method(one way, two way rectuangular and circular slabs only) for uniformly distributed loads. Design of solid rectangular slabs as per IS 456; Detailing of reinforcement in slabs; Check for serviceability of slabs. Unit V Analysis and design of columns: Assumptions, Axially loaded circular, square and rectangular columns, Uniaxial and biaxial bending and interaction diagrams. Design of isolated square, rectangular and circular footings as per IS code. 4 theory + 2 Drawing Periods per week 3 Hours. 75 Marks 25 Marks

MANDATORY DISCLOSURE-2006 MUFFAKHAM JAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, HYDERABAD

Curricula and Syllabi for the B.E. Programmes as approved by the University

Suggested Reading: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A.K.jain, Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, Nem Chand & Bros., 2002. Sinha N.C. and Roy S.K. Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete, S. Chand & Co. 2001. Sushil Kumar, Treasure of R.C.C. Designs, Standard Book House, 1998. Vargehes P.c. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, Prentice Hall of India, 2002. D.S. Prakash Rao, Design Principles and Detailing of Concrete Structures, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. 1995.

CE 302 FLUID MECHANICS II Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessionals Unit I Steady Uniform Flow through Open Channels: Description and definitions, difference between pipe flow and channel flow, velocity and pressure distributions in channel cross section, Energy and momentum correction coefficients, friction to flow in open channels uniform flow, Manning and Chezy formulae, most efficient channel cross section, specific energy, concept and applications of critical depth. Unit II Gradually varied Flow: Significance of Froude Number, Dynamic equation of gradually varied flow, classification of gradually varied flow profiles, computation of flow profiles and characteristics of flow properties. Hydraulic Jump: Momentum equation for a jump in horizontal rectangular channel, energy dissipation in hydraulic jumps and surges in open channels, elementary surge analysis Unit III Unsteady flow in pipes: Water hammer phenomenon, pressure rise due to gradual and sudden valve closure, critical period of the pipe line Boundary layer: Definition, laminar and turbulent boundary layers boundary layer growth and separation; Drag and lift forces. Principle of stream lining. Unit IV Dimensional Analysis and models Studies: Dimensional analysis as a tool in experimental hydraulics, Buckinghams pi-theorem, applications, geometric, Kinematics and dynamic 4 Periods per week 3 Hours. 75 Marks 25 Marks

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similarity, similarity laws; significance of Reynolds Froude and Mach Numbers, Different types of models and their scale ratios. Unit V Hydraulics Turbines: Classification, specific speed, unit quantities velocity triangles and principles of design of reaction and impulse turbines, characteristics curves. Centrifugal Pumps: Component work done and efficiency, minimum starting speed, Euler head equation, specific speed and characteristics curves of centrifugal pumps. Suggested Reading: 1. 2. 3. 4. R.N. Modi and S.M. Seth, Fluid Mechanics, Standard Book House, 2001 R.K. Rajput, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machines, S.Chand & Co.2002 A.K. Mohanty, Fluid Mechanics, PHI 2000 S.K.Son & G.Biswas Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines, TMH Publications,2004

CE 303 THEORY OF STRUCTURES I Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessionals Unit I Moment Distribution Method: Analysis of continuous beam with and without sinking of supports; Single bay single storeyed portal frames with and without side sway, loading on each span shall be pint load(s) and / or uniformity distributed load on full span; shear force and bending moment diagrams. Unit II Slope deflection method: Application to continuous beam with and without sinking of supports; single bay single storeyed portal frames with and without side sway, loading on each span may be point load(s) or uniformly distributed load, shear force and bending moment diagrams. Unit III Strain Energy: Deflection of simple plane pinjointed trusses and frames using Castinglianos theorem. Redundant pin jointed trusses: Analysis of plane trusses with one of degree of redundancy (internal and external), Assembly and temperature effects. 4 theory + 2 Drawing Periods per week 3 Hours. 75 Marks 25 Marks

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Unit IV Column Analogy: Stiffness and carry over factors for prismatic and non-prismatic beams with stepped haunches; Analysis of fixed beams, single bay single storeyed symmetric portal frames and closed frames. Unit V Unsymmetrical Bending: review product of inertia, transformation laws for moment and product of Inertia. Principal axes. Definition, stresses due to unsymmetrical bending, determination of maximum stresses in rectangular, I and channel section. Shear Centre: Concept and importance of shear center shear flow and determination of shear center of simple sections such as rectangular I, T and Channel sections. Graphic Statics: Williots diagram for deflection of plane trusses, Mohrs correction Forces in members of knee braced trusses and French roof trusses. Suggested Reading: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CE 304 HYDROLOGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessional Unit-I General: Definition, relation to engineering design, Hydrological cycle. Rainfall: Definition, types of rainfall, measurement of rainfall, types of rain gauges, average depth over an area, Theses polygon, isohyetal methods, processing of rainfall data, dependable rainfall, Infiltration, evaporation, transpiration, definitions and processes. Unit-II Runoff: Definition, runoff process, factors affecting runoff, determination of runoff, importance of stream gauging runoff formulae and runoff tables, dependable yield of a basin. Floods: Definition, causes, importance of flood studies, flood peak and flood hydrograph, methods of computing flood peak, empirical methods, rational formulae, unit hydrograph method, flood frequency studies, Weibul and Gumble extreme value methods, flood routing -Basic concepts. 4 Periods per Week 3 Hours 75 Marks 25 Marks S.B.Junarkar and Shah, Mechanics of Structures, Charotar Pub. House,2001 S.S. Prakash Rao, Structured Analysis - A Unified Approach, University Press, 1996 B.C.Pummia, Ashok Jain and Arun K.Jain, Theory of Structures, Laxmi Publications 2000. S.P.Gupta and G.S. Pandit, Theory of Structures ,Tata Mc Graw Hill, 1999. D.S. Prakash Rao, Graphical Methods in Structural Analysis, University Press.1997.

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Unit-III Ground water: Types of aquifers, aquifer parameters, specific yield, storage coefficient, coefficients of permeability and transmissivity Darcey's law, types of wells, steady radial flow to wells in confined and unconfined aquifers; yield of open wells, safe yield, constant level pumping tests and recuperation test. Unit-IV Irrigation: Definition, necessity of irrigation, types of irrigation, advantages and -ill-effects of irrigation and irrigation efficiency. Soil Water Plant Relationship: Vertical distribution of soil moisture, soil moisture tension, soil moisture constant, plant water relationship, moisture stress and plant response, consumptive use, crop factor, duty, factors affecting duty, types of crops and their water requirements, crop rotation. Unit-V Watershed management: Need, characteristics, management land preparation and development, soil moisture conservation measures, surface water management techniques. Suggested Reading : I. K. Subramanya, Engineering Hydrology, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., 1996. 2. S.K. Sharrna, Principles and Practice of Irrigation Engineering, S.Chand & Co., 1992. 3. H,M. Raghunath, Hydrology -Principles, Analysis and Design, New Age International Publications,. 1996. 4. J .V.S. Murthy- Watershed management, New Age Int. Pub. 2000.

CE 305 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessional Unit I Highway location: Surveys to be conducted and factors to be considered for the alignment of new highway. Geometric design of highways: Camber, gradient, super elevation, mechanical widening of roads along the curves. 4 Periods per Week 3 Hours 75 Marks 25 Marks

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Unit II Traffic Enginering: Traffic studies, volume, speed, origin and destination studies; Traffic management, intersection, improvement channelization, rotary F.T. Signals, fly over (clover leaf); study of traffic directions, accident analysis Unit III Highway Construction and Materials: Construction and maintenance of cement concrete and bitumen roads joints in cement concrete roads, use of dowel and tie bars; Tests on aggregate, impact test, crushing strength, attrition test, asphalt test, penetration grade test, ductility test, C.B.R test. Pavement Design: Factors, which govern the pavement design, difference between flexible and rigid pavements, design of flexible pavements by C.B.R method, calculation of wheel load stresses on rigid pavement by Westegards analysis. Unit IV Railways: Permanent way components, rails, sleepers, ballast, creep of rails, super elevation, deficiency in super elevation, construction and maintenance of permanent way; general layout of a simple left hand and right hand turn out. Unit V Airport Engineering: Factors to be considered for the selection of an airport site, runway geometric length and width of runways; ICAO standards, factors which affect length of runway. Suggested Reading: 1. S.K. Khanna and C.E.G Justo, Highway Engineering, Nemchand & Bros, 1994 2. G.V Appa Rao, Transportation and Highway Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., 1995 3. S. Rangwala, Railway Engineering, Charotar Publishing House, 1998 4. P. Chakroborthy and A. Das, Principles of Transportation Engineering, PHI, 2003 CM 371 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTANCY Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessional Unit-I 4 Periods per Week 3 Hours 75 Marks 25 Marks

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Introduction to Economics and its evolution -Managerial Economics its scope, importance and relation to other sciences, its usefulness to engineers -Basic concept of Managerial economics. Unit-II Demands Analysis-Concept of demand, determinants, Law of demand its assumption, Elasticity of demand, price, income and cross elasticity, Demand Forecasting- Markets Competitive structures, price-output determination under perfect competition and Monopoly. (theory questions and small numerical problems can be asked). Unit-III Theory of Production -Firm and Industry -Production function- input-out relations -laws of returns -internal and external economics of scale. Cost Analysis: Cost concepts -fixed and variable costs -explicitly and implicitly costs -out of pocket costs and imputed costs -Opportunity cost -Cost output relationship -Break-even analysis. (Theory and Problems) Unit-IV Capital Management, its significance, determinates and estimation of fixed and working capital requirements, sources of capital- Introduction to capital budgeting, methods of payback and discounted cash flow methods with problems. (Theory questions and numerical problems on estimating working capital requirements and evaluation of capital budgeting opportunities can be asked). Unit-V Book-Keeping, principles and significance of double entry book keeping, Journal, Subsidiary books, Ledger accounts Trial Balance concept and preparation of Final Accounts with simple adjustments -Analysis and interpretation of Financial Statements through Ratios. (Theory questions are numerical problems on preparation of final accounts, cash book, petty cash book, bank reconciliation statement, calculation of some ratios). Suggested Reading: 1 Varshney RL and KL Maheswari, Managerial &onomics, Sultan Chand. 2 JC Pappas and EF Brigham, Managerial &Economics. 3. Grawal T.S. Infroduction to Accountancy 4. Maheswari S.N. Introduction to Accountancy. 5. Panday I.M. Financial Management. CE 331 FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY -II Instruction Duration of University Examination University Examination Sessional 1. Open Channel coefficient. 3 Periods per Week 3 Hours 50 Marks 25 Marks Determination of Manning's rugosity

MANDATORY DISCLOSURE-2006 MUFFAKHAM JAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, HYDERABAD

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2. 3. 4. 5.

Open Channel Bend Hydraulic Jump Impact of Jets Centrifugal Pump

Determination of super elevation Determination of force on waves. Determination of force on waves. Determination of efficiency and Performance characteristics

6.

Centrifugal Pump Test Rig

Determination of efficiency and Performance characteristics under varying loads.

7.

Pelton Wheel

Determination of efficiency of performance Characteristics.

8.

Franics Turbine

Determination of efficiency and performance characteristics

9.

Kaplan Turbine

Determination of efficiency and performance characteristics.

10. CE 332

Hele Shaw's Apparatus

Study of streamlines patterns.

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY Instruction 3 Periods per Week Duration of University Examination 3 Hours University Examination 50 Marks Sessional 25 Marks A. Tests on Bitumen 1. Penetration Test 2. Ductility test 3. Softening point test 4. Specific gravity test 5. Viscosity test 6. Flash and fire point test B. Tests on Road Aggregates 7. Aggregate cruishing value test

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8. Abrasion test 9. Aggregate impact test C. Tests on Bituminous Mixes 10. Bituminous mix analysis. D. Tests on sub-grade soil 11. Impact value using Clegg impact soil tester. 12. Determination of C.B.R. (Demonstration). E. Miscellaneous Tests 13. Percentage moisture content using balance moisture meter. 14. Preparation of representative sample by coning and quartering.