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TECH INFRA STRUCTURE ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
I – SEMESTER
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subject Code IE 111 IE 112 IE 113 IE 114 IE 115 IE 116 IE 131 IE 132 Subject Prestressed Concrete Structures Industrial Structures Geotechniques for Infrastructure Remote Sensing & GIS in Civil Engineering Construction Management ELECTIVE – I Construction Materials Testing Lab Computer Aided Analysis and Design Lab TOTAL L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 T/P 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 Cr 4 4 4 3 4 3 2 2 26

II – SEMESTER
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subject Code IE 211 IE 212 IE 213 IE 214 IE 215 IE 216 IE 241 IE 242 Subject Integrated Water Infrastructure Planning & Management Construction Economics & Financial Management Quality Control and Safety Management Bridge Engineering Infrastructure Sea & Inland Port Infrastructure ELECTIVE – II Construction Management Software Lab Seminar TOTAL L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 T/P 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 Cr 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 26

ELECTIVE – I
1. 2. 3. 4. IE 116/1 IE 116/2 IE 116/3 IE 116/4 Contract Laws & Regulation Airport Planning & Design Irrigation Water Distribution Systems Infrastructure Engineering Structures

ELECTIVE – II
1. 2. 3. 4. IE 216/1 IE 216/2 IE 216/3 IE 216/4 Building Services Special Concretes and Applications Environmental Impact Assessment Construction Equipment and Management

III – SEMESTER S.I No. 1. 2. Subject Code IE 311 IE 312 Subject Seminar on Dissertation Dissertation – Interim Evaluation TOTAL = IV – SEMESTER S.I No. 1 2 Subject Code IE 411 IE 412 Subject Dissertation – Open defence Dissertation Evaluation TOTAL = L T/P Cr 6 6 12 L T/P Cr 6 6 12

During this semester a student is expected to work on a topic related to the area of his/her interest for his dissertation work under the supervision of the faculty. All the end of the dissertation work, he/she should submit a Thesis/Report on the topic chosen for dissertation work and face viva-voce examination.

SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH(INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING &CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT IE 111 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
PURPOSE To provide comprehensive understanding on the design of prestressed concrete structures including indeterminate structures. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • To study the analysis of PSC flexural, tensile, compressive, composite, and indeterminate structural members • To carry out the complete design of beams, composite beams and columns and shells UNIT I ANALYSIS OF PSC FLEXURAL MEMBERS: Basic Concepts, Stresses at transfer and service loads, ultimate strength in flexure - code provisions in - deflection (short - long term) .

UNIT I I DESIGN OF TENSION MEMBERS: Design for shear, bond and torsion Design of End blocks - Design of Tension Members - Design of prestressed concrete cylindrical water tanks - Design of prestressed concrete pipes. UNIT I I I DESIGN OF COMPRESSION MEMBERS: Compression members with and without flexure - its application in design of piles. UNIT I V COMPOSITE BEAMS: Analysis and Design - Ultimate Strength - their applications - Special Structures like folded plates, prestressed cylindrical shells, spherical shells, partial prestressing. UNIT V STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES: Analysis and design - continuous beams - Concept of linear transformation - concordant cable profile and cap cables.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Krishna Raju.N "Prestressed Concrete", 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. New Delhi 2000 2. Sinha.N.C & S.K.Roy, "Fundamentals of Prestressed Concrete, S.Chand & Co., 1985 3. Rajagopalan.N. "Prestressed Concrete", Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi - 2002 4. Lin.T.Y. "Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures", John Wiley and Sons - Inc - 1960 5. Leonhardt.F. "Prestressed Concrete Design and Construction", - Second Edition Wilhelm Ernst & Sohn, Berlin, 1964 6. Guyon.V. "Limit State Design of Prestressed Concrete", - Vol - 1 &2, Applied Science Publishers, London 1995 7. Dayaratnam.P., "Prestressed Concrete", Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. New Delhi 2000

IE 112 INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURES
PURPOSE To get exposed to the functional requirements to be considered in the design of industrial structures and their detailed design incorporating codal requirements. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • • • • • Specific requirements for engineering, textiles, chemicals etc., Functional Requirements of industrial structures Design of RC Gale frames, Corbels, bunkers, Silos and Chimneys Design of steel roof trusses and lattice girders, gantry girders, self supporting chimney and design of bunkers and chimneys Design of light guage steel sections and application of prefabrication techniques

Unit I General Classification of industries and industrial structures – Specific requirements for industries like Engineering, Textiles, Chemicals, etc. – Site layout and external facilities required – Industrial roofs – Industrial floors – Walls and partitions. Unit II Functional Requirements Illumination levels – Characteristics of good lighting – Daylighting – Principles of daylighting design – Artificial lighting – Introduction to ventilation – Amount of Ventilation required – Natural ventilation – Mechanical ventilation – Installation and operation – Electrical installations – substations – Air conditioning – Fire expanse and chutes – fire alarm, extinguishers and hydrants – Guidelines from factories atc. Unit III Industrial R.C.Structures Design and detailing of R.C. gable frames, corbels, bunkers, silos and chimneys. Unit IV Industrial Steel Structures Design of roof trusses and lattice girders – Design of gantry girders – Design of self supporting and guyed steel chimneys – Design of steel bunkers and silos. Unit V Miscellaneous Design of light gauge sections – Applications of prefabrication techniques in industrial concrete constructions. Textbook: Dunham, C.W., “Planning Industrial Structures”, Mc Graw Hill book company, Inc., 1980. References: 1. Handbook on Fundamental Requirements of Industrial Buildings (lighting and Ventilation), BIS. 2. Krishnaraju, N., “Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design”, CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 2005. 3. Dayarathnam, P., “Design of Steel Structures”, A.H. Wheeler & Co., Ltd., Allahabad, 2000. 4. I.S: 9178 Part I and Part II 5. I.S: 3483 6. I.S: 6060.

IE 113 GEOTECHNIQUES FOR INFRASTRUCTURE PURPOSE: To get exposed to the design aspects of foundation structural elements like footings of
various types, pile caps, well foundations etc., INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: • Soil investigation report for design of foundation structures • • • • Design of foundations for towers Design of deep foundations Braced cuts and Drainage Sheet pile walls and Coffer dams

UNIT-І Site Investigations for Infrastructure projects Introduction, methods of exploration, planning of soil exploration, boring of holes; Sampling in soil; Underwater sampling; Standard penetration test (SPT), SPT correlations; Cone penetration test (CPT), CPT correlations for cohesive and cohesion less soils; Correlation between SPT and CPT; Field vane shear test; Plate load test; Pressure meter test, Rock sampling & testing; Ground water table condition, Ground water level observation; Geophysical exploration- Seismic refraction method, Electrical resistivity method; Depth of boreholes; Number of boreholes; Execution of soil exploration programme, Data interpretation & preparation of Soil Report. UNIT- II Foundations for Transmission line towers and Chimneys Introduction, Types of drilled shafts, Construction procedures, other designing considerations; Estimation of Load bearing capacity-General; Load bearing capacity of drilled shafts in Sand; Load bearing capacity of drilled shafts in Clay; Load bearing capacity based on settlement consideration; Design of Chimney foundations; UNIT-III Design of Deep foundations Introduction, classification of piles, Load transfer mechanism, pile capacity using Static and Dynamic formulae, Negative skin friction, Group Action of piles, Efficiency of pile group, Consolidation settlement of group piles, Laterally loaded piles, piles subjected to Uplift loads, Pile load tests; Design of Well foundations-forces acting well, scour depth, grip length, different design methods of well foundation for bridges. UNIT-IV Braced cuts and Drainage Introduction, Lateral earth pressure distribution on braced cuts-Deep cuts in sand, pressure diagrams, cuts in stratified soils; Stability of braced cuts in saturated clay- Heave of the bottom of the cut in clay; Bjerrum and Eide method of Analysis; Stability of braced cut in sand; piping failures in sand cuts; Design of struts and other elements. Drainage Introduction, methods of dewatering; Design of dewatering system-well point system and drainage arrangements in foundations. UNIT-V Sheet pile walls Introduction, types of sheet pile walls, cantilever sheet pile walls, cantilever sheet pile in cohesion less soil, cantilever pile penetrating clay; Anchored sheet pile with free earth support in cohesive and cohesion less soils, anchored bulk heads with fixed earth support methods; Types, location and design of anchors. Coffer dams Introduction, Types of cofferdams, Components of cellular coffer dams; Stability of cellular coffer dams with design principles Note: Study and Use of Related IS& IRC & IRS Codes permitted. Text Books: 1. Murthy.V.N.S, “A text book of soil mechanics and foundation engineering”, Vol-II, Kripa Technical consultants, Bangalore, 1992

2. GopalRanjan and A.S.R.Rao, “Basic and applied soil mechanics”, Wiley EasternLtd, New
Delhi,1997

3. J.E. Bowels,” Foundation Analysis and Design”. 4. B.M.Das, “Principles of Foundation Engineering”, Cengage learning India Pvt ltd ( formerly
Thomson publications )

5. Swami Saran, “Analysis and design of substructures”.Oxford and IBH publishing limited
References: 1. IS 2974-part I to V 2. IS 5249

IE 114 REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
PURPOSE To make the students to obtain fundamental knowledge on equipments and techniques utilized to interpret remote sensing imagery visually and digitally and further to have idea on integration of interpreted data in GIS. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • • • • To study the various types of data, data analysis methods and data quality requirements . To study the fundamentals of Remote sensing To study the fundamentals of GIS To study the applications of RS and GIS in Civil Engineering

UNIT-I Fundamentals of Remote Sensing: Physics of remote sensing – Energy sources – Radiation Principles – Black Body Radiation – Plank’s Law – Stefan – Boltzman law - Energy interaction with atmosphere – Atmospheric characteristics – Scattering – Raleigh, Mie, Non-selective and Raman scattering Absorption – Atmospheric Windows and its significance – Energy interaction with earth surface features – Absorption, Transmission, Scattering , Radiance, Irradiance, Incident & Reflection – EMR interaction with ozone, water vapour, water, soil, vegetation and rock. UNIT-II Data Acquisition: Spectral reflectance of earth surface features in different wave length regions of EMR – Visible, Infra red(IR), Near IR, Middle IR, and Thermal IR. – Spectral Signature – Spectral Signature Curves Satellites – Classification – based on orbit and Purpose -Sensors - Resolutions (Spectral, Spatial, Temporal and Radiometric) of IRS series, LANDSAT, SPOT, IKONOS AND ERS satellites – Description of Sensors in IRS series, LANDSAT, SPOT, IKONOS AND ERS satellites – description of multispectral scanning - Data Acquisition (Signal detection, Recording, and Scanning Mechanism) UNIT-III Data Analysis: Image interpretation elements - Visual interpretation of satellite Images – Interpretation key characteristics of digital satellite image - Digital Image Processing – Stretching – Filtering - Edge Enhancement - Band Rationing – Image Classification. UNIT-IV Geographical Information Systems: Definition – Components – Hardware and Software – Data structures in GIS – Raster and vector data structures – Types of Data – Spatial and Non spatial - Data base structures – Data input and output – Analysis using vector and raster data – Retrieval, Reclassification, Overlaying and Buffering - Maps – Types of maps – Projection – Types of Projection. UNIT-V Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS: Introduction to GPS and its applications - Integration of Remote Sensing and GIS – Hydrological & Water resources assessment and mapping – Soil and Geological mapping – Land use and Land cover mapping – Environmental assessment and Planning – Urban sprawl mapping and Transportation studies. Text Books 1. Prithvish Nag and M.Kudrat ,”Digital Remote Sensing”, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1998 2. John R.Jensen,, “Remote Sensing of the environment – An Earth resource perspective,” Pearson Education Publication (Singapore – low prized ed.,), Indian branch, Delhi, 2005 3. Anji Reddi, Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, BS Publications, 2001. 4. Srinivas.M.G (Edited by), Remote Sensing Applications, Narosa Publishing House, 2001. Reference Books 1. Lillesand,T.M and Kiefer.W, “Remote Sensing and Image Interpretations”, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1987 2. Burrough, P.A., ”Principles of Geographical Information Systems for Land Resources Assessment,” Clarandone Press, Oxford, 1986

IE 115 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
PURPOSE To study the elements of construction project management consisting of owners' perspective, organization, design and construction procedures, resource utilization and cost estimation. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • To study how the owner view a project in consideration with project life cycle, construction agencies legal requirements etc • To study the various types of organization and their impact on and suitability to construction projects • To study the design and construction procedures along with labour material and equipment utilization • To study the elements of cost of a project UNIT I THE OWNERS' PERSPECTIVE: Introduction - The Project life Cycle - Major Types of construction - Selection of Professional Services - Construction Contractors - Financing of Constructed Facilities - Legal and Regulatory Requirements- The Changing Environment of the Construction Industry - The Role of Project Managers. UNIT I I ORGANIZING FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT: What is Project Management? - Trends in Modern Management - Strategic Planning and Project Programming - Effects of Project Risks on Organization. Organization of Project Participants - Traditional Designer-Constructor Sequence. Professional Construction Management - Owner - Builder Operation - Turnkey Operation - Leadership and Motivation for the Project Team. Interpersonal Behavior in Project Organizations - Perceptions of Owners and Contractors. UNIT I I I THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESS: Design and Construction as an Integrated System - Innovation and Technological Feasibility - Innovation and Economic Feasibility Design Methodology - Functional Design- Physical Structures-Geo-technical Engineering Investigation - Construction - Site Environment - Value Engineering - Construction Planning Industrialized Construction and Pre-fabrication - computer-Aided Engineering. UNIT I V LAB OUR, MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT UTILIZATION: Historical Perspective- Labor Productivity - Factors Affecting Job-Site Productivity - Labor Relations in Construction Problems In Collective bargaining - Materials Management - Material Procurement and delivery - Inventory Control - Tradeoffs of Costs In Materials Management. - Construction equipment Choice of Equipment and Standard Production Rates. Construction Processes Queues and Resource Bottle - necks. UNIT V COST ESTIMATION: Costs Associated with Constructed Facilities - Approaches to Cost Estimation - Type of Construction Cost Estimates - Effects of Scale on Construction Cost - Unit Cost Method of Estimation - Methods for Allocation of Joint Costs - Historical Cost Data - Cost Indices. Applications of Cost Indices to Estimating - Estimate Based on Engineer's List of Quantities-Allocation of Construction Costs Over time - Computer Aided Cost Estimation Estimation of Operating Costs.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. Chris Hendrickson and Tung Au, "Project Management for Construction-Fundamental Concepts for owners, Engineers, Architects and Builders", Prentice Hall, Pittsburgh, 2000 2. Chitkara, K.K "Construction Project Management: Planning Scheduling and Control" Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi - 1998 3. Frederick E. Gould, "Construction Project Management", Went worth Institute of Technology, Vary E. Joyce, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000 4. Choudhury, S "Project Management", Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company New Delhi 1988 5. Ernest E. Ludwig. "Applied Project Engineering and Management", Gulf Publishing Company, Houstan, Texas, 1988 6. Harold Kerzner, "Project Management - A Systems Approach to Planning Scheduling and Controlling", CBS Publishers & Distributors, Delhi1988 7. Joy, P.K., "Total Project Management" - The Indian Context Management New Delhi 1982

IE 116/1 CONTRACT LAWS AND REGULATIONS

Unit - I Construction Contracts: Indian Contracts Act - Elements of Contracts - Types of Contracts - Features Suitability - Design of Contract Documents - International Contract document - Standard Contract Document - law of torts Unit – II Tenders: Prequalification -Bidding - Accepting - Evaluation of tender and Interpretation - Potential Contractual Problems - World Bank Procedures and Guidelines Unit - III

Arbitration: Comparison of Actions and Laws -Agreements - Subject Matter - Violations -Appointment of Arbitrators - Conditions of Arbitration - Powers and Duties of Arbitrator - Rules of Evidence -Enforcement of Award – Costs. Unit – IV Legal Requirements: Insurance and Bonding -Laws Governing Sale, Purchase and Use of Urban and Rural Land -Land Revenue Codes - Tax Laws - Income Tax, Sales Tax, Excise and Custom Duties and their Influence on Construction Costs -Legal Requirements for Planning - Property Law - Agency Law -Local Government Laws for Approval - Statutory Regulations Unit – V Labour Regulations: Social Security - welfare Legislation - Laws relating to Wages, Bonus and Industrial disputes, Labour Administration - Insurance and Safety Regulations - Workmen's Compensation Act -other labour Laws References: 1. Gajaria, G.T., Laws Relating to Building and Engineering Contracts in India, M.M. Tripathi Private Ltd., Bombay , 1982 2. Jimmie Hinze, Construction Contracts, 2nd Edition , McGraw Hill, 2001

3. Joseph T. Bockrath, Contracts and the Legal Environment for Engineers and Architects, 6th
Edition, McGraw Hill, 2000.

IE 116/2 AIRPORT PLANNING AND DESIGN UNIT 1
AIR TRANSPORT
History of Air Transport, National Airports Authority, International Airports Authority of India, Airports Authority of India, International Civil Aviation Organization.

AIR PORT CHARACTERISTICS
Aeroplane component parts, Military and civil aircrafts, Civil military co-ordination, Aircraft characteristics

UNIT 2 AIRPORT PLANNING
Airport Master Plan, Regional Planning, Airport site selection, surveys for site selection.

AIRPORT OBSTRUCTIONS
Zoning laws, classifications of obstructions, approach zone, turning zone

UNIT 3 RUNWAY DESIGN
Runway orientation, Basic runway length, Corrections for elevation, Temperature and gradient, Airport classification.

TAXIWAY DESIGN
Factors controlling taxiway layout, Geometric design standards, Exit taxiways, Fillets, Separation clearance.

UNIT 4

STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF AIRPORT PAVEMENTS
Design factors, Design methods for flexible pavements- CBR method, McLeod method, Burmister method, Design method for air field rigid pavements, LCN system of pavement design

UNIT 5

TERMINAL AREA AND LAYOUT
Terminal area, Building and building area, Vehicular circulation and parking area, Apron, Hanger.

VISUAL AIDS
Introduction, Airport Marking, Airport Lighting

AIRPORT DRAINAGE
Introduction, Special characteristics & requirements of airport drainage, surface drainage, Subsurface drainage.

TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Airport planning and Design by S.K. Khanna & M.G Arora; Nemchand & Bros, Roorkee.

2. Planning and Design of Airports By Robert horonjeff and Francis X. Mckelvey

IE 116/3 IRRIGATION WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
UNIT-I Introduction : Irrigation development in India – type of irrigation system – ethod of distribution – RWS, Warabandi, Shejpati and localisation. UNIT-II Distribution works : Types of Head works – Classification of Channels – Regulations – Drops Canal escapes – Sluices – Sand vent – Tail dams – Syphons. UNIT-III Canal : Design of erodible – non-erodible channels – division box – diversion box – outlet – proportional diviers – bed dam – block / chak design – commandability – realignment of block – operation and maintanance. UNIT - IV Closed Conduit Distribution : Drip – Sprinkler – Underground pipe design – Layout –Evaluation – Operation and Maintenance. UNIT - V Flow Measurements : Flow measuring structures – Flumes Weirs – Orifices – Dilution Techniques – Channel transitions – Canal losses – Measurement of losses. Reference Books 1. R.S. Varshney, S.C.Gupta and R.L. Gupta, “Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures”, Nemchand & Brothers, Roorkee, 1992. 2. A.M. Michael, “Irrigation Theory and Practice”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 1995. 3. R.K. Sharma, “Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures”, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1984. 4. H.W. Ellis, “College of Engineering Irrigation Manual”, Government of Tamil Nadu, 1973. 5. “Irrgation Systems Design (An Engineering Approach) by Richard H. Cuneca, Prentice Hall Inc. (1989).

IE 116/4 INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING STRUCTURES
PURPOSE To get exposed to the special requirements to be considered in the design of environmental structures and their detailed design incorporating codal requirements. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • • • • • Structural design of steel, cast iron piping sewage tanks Design of water retaining structures To develop an idea about the design of special R.C. elements Repair and rehabilitation methods for masonry concrete and steel structure Design of sedimentation tanks,,septic tanks and clariflocculators used in water and sewerage works UNIT I
DESIGN OF PIPES

Structural design of a) concrete b) prestressed concrete c) steel and d) cast iron piping mains, sewerage tank design - anchorage for pipes - massive outfalls - structural design and laying advances in the manufacture of pipes. UNIT I I
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF WATER TANKS

I. S. Codes for Design of Water retaining Structures - Design of concrete roofing system Cylindrical, Spherical, Conical Shapes using membrane theory. Design of Circular, Rectangular, Spherical and Intze types of tanks using concrete. Design of prestressed concrete cylindrical tanks. UNIT I I I
DESIGN OF SPECIAL R.C.ELEMENTS

Behaviour and Design of Slender Columns - Design of R.C.Walls - Ordinatry and Shear walls - Deep beams and grid floors. UNIT I V
REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES

Diagonising the cause and damage, identification of different types of structural and non structural cracks - repair and rehabilitation methods for masonry, concrete and steel structures. UNIT V
SEWERAGE WORKS

Structural design of sedimentation tank - septic tank - layout of distribution system - Sludge digestion tank. - Intake tower - clarifloculators - setting tanks..

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Dayanatnam. P. "Reinforced Concrete", Wheeler and Co, New Delhi. 1999 2. Krishna Raju. N. "Prestressed Concrete", Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. New Delhi, 2000 3. Ramaswamy. G. S. "Design and Construction of Concrete Shell roofs" CBS publishers - New Delhi - 1986

IE 131 PART-A:

CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL TESTING LAB

1. Mix design for M30 grade, a) by ACI method b) by IS method 2. Find out the Compressive / Flexural test for the Concrete Cubes. 3. Find out the Tensile strength of the Steel for Fe250, Fe415, Fe500 grades. 4. NDT tests to find out the strength of the existing structures. PART-B: 1. Mix Design of Bituminous Concrete 2. Mix Design of Semi Dense Bituminous Macadam PART-C:

Test on Soil Sub Grade,
1. California Bearing Ratio Test (Soaked) 2. California Bearing Ratio Test (Un Soaked)

IE 132 PART-A:

COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN LAB

Analysis and Design by using STAAD / STRAP. 2. Continuous Beam. 3. Portal Frame. 4. Multi span Portal Frame. 5. Single storied building. 6. Multi-storied building. PART-B: Write a program by using C-Language. 1. Singly / doubly reinforced beam. 2. Short/long column 3. Continuous beam. 4. Generalized program for 2-lane and 4-lane road design. PART-C: Prepare an Excel sheets / Design sheets for the following. 1. Retaining wall 2. Gantry girder 3. Columns 4. Beams 5. Corbel/ Bracket PART-D: Prepare Estimation by using Pro-Estimate software. 1. Residential building. 2. Commercial complex.

IE 211 INTEGRATED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
Objective To make the students to obtain the knowledge on water Resources development and management. Further, to make them understand the concept of watershed management. UNIT - I Master Plan for Water: Concept of Integrated Water Resources Management- necessity - water resources of India - problems and perspectives- National water Policy – State Water Policy-Scope and aims of master plan - Concept of Drainage basin as a unit for development -Elements of master plan – Planning areas and their characteristics - Water budget and development plan UNIT- II Watershed Management: Watershed programmes – factors affecting watershed management – planning of watershed works – watershed management practices- Case studies UNIT - III Urban water Management: Integrated management of surfacewater, groundwater and wastewaterWater Resources planning water and Wastewater estimation- reuse and recycle – Irrigation – Aquaculture – Groundwater recharge – Industrial - Quality criteria UNIT - IV Management of Hydrologic Extremes: Natural Disasters - Flood estimation - Frequency analysis Flood control – Definitions of droughts – Meteorologic, hydrologic and agricultural droughts – IMD Method – NDVI Analysis – Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP). – Case Studies UNIT -V Participatory Water Management: Need for interdisciplinary approach – Participatory approach: farmers’ organization and turn over – Water Users Association- Irrigation management Transfer. Multiple use of water – Participation in domestic, irrigation, industrial sectors – User roles in participatory management - Case Studies Text Books

a. Sharma R.K and Sharma T.K., “A Text book of Hydrology and water resources
engineering,” Dhanpat Rai Publications (p) Ltd, New Delhi, 2000.

b. Linsley R.K.and Franzini J.B. “Water Resources Engineering,” McGraw Hill inc, New
York, 1995. c. Kulandaisamy, V.C., “Master Plan for Water” Lecture Notes, Centre for Water Resources, Anna University, Chennai, 1990. d. Rao K.L., “Water wealth of India”, Longman Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1974 Neil, S. Grigg., “Urban Water Infrastructure Planning, Management and Operations”John Wiley

2.

& Sons, 1986.
Reference Books 1. Chadurvedi M.C., “Water resource Systems Planning and Management,” Tata McGraw Hill inc., New Delhi, 1997 2. Goodman Aluvin .S., “Principles of water resources Planning,” Prentice-Hall, India. 3. E.M. Tideman, “Watershed Management – Guideline for Indian Conditions,” Omega Scientific Publishers, New Delhi, 1996.

IE 212 CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
PURPOSE To bring about an exposure to construction economics, financing and accounting methods and their usefulness in controlling construction projects. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • • • To study the elements of construction economics To study the need for financial management and means of achieving the same To study a few accounting methods

• To study the elements of lending to the contractors UNIT I ECONOMICS: Role of civil engineering in industrial development - Advances in civil engineering and engineering economics - Support matters of economy as related to engineering Market demand and supply choice of technology and quality control and quality production - Audit in economic, Law of returns governing production. UNIT I I CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS: Construction development in housing, transport and other infrastructures - Economics of ecology, environment, energy resources, local material selection, form and functional designs - Construction workers - Urban problems - Poverty - Migration - Unemployment Pollution. UNIT I I I FINANCING: The need for financial management - Types of financing - Short term borrowing - Long term borrowing - Leasing - Equity financing - Internal generation of funds - External commercial borrowings Assistance from government budgeting support and international finance corporations - analysis of financial statement - Balance Sheet - Profit and Loss account - Funds flow statement - Ratio analysis Investment and financing decision -Financial control Job control and centralized management. UNIT IV ACCOUNTING METHOD: General overview - Cash basis of accounting - Accrual basis of accounting Percentage - Completion method - Completed contract method - Accounting for tax reporting purposes and financial reporting purposes. UNIT V LENDING TO CONTRACTORS: Loans to contractors - Interim construction financing - Security and risk aspects. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Warneer Z, Hirsch, "Urban Economics", Macmillan, New York, 1993 2. Prasanna Chandra, "Project Management", TMH 1997 3. Kwaku A, Tenah and jose M.Guevara, "Fundamental of Construction Management

and organization", Prentice - Hall of India, 1995 4. K K Chitkara, "Construction Project Management", Tata McGraw Hill. 1998

IE 213 QUALITY CONTROL AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT
PURPOSE To create a complete understanding on quality planning, quality assurance, quality control and safety management. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • • • • UNIT I CONSTRUCTION ORGANISATION: Types of organizations-Inspection. control and enforcement - Quality Management Systems and method - Responsibilities and authorities In quality assurances and quality Control - Architects, engineers, contractors, and special consultants, Quality circle. UNIT I I QUALITY PLANNING: Quality policy - Objectives and methods In Construction Industry - Consumers satisfaction, Economics-Time of Completion - Statistical tolerance - Taguchi's concept of quality - Codes and Standards - Documents - Contract and construction programming - Inspection procedures - Processes and products - Total QA I QC programme and cost implication. UNIT I I I QUALITY ASSURANCE: Objectives - Regularity agent, owner, design, contract and construction oriented objectives, methods - Techniques and needs of QA/QC -Different aspects of quality - Appraisals, Factors Influencing construction quality. UNIT IV QUALITY CONTROL: Critical, major failure aspects and failure mode analysis - Stability methods and tools, optimum design - Reliability testing - reliability coefficient and reliability prediction - Selection of new materials - Influence of drawings detailing, specification, standardization - Bid preparation - Reliability Based Design. UNIT V SAFETY MANAGEMENT: Construction activity, environmental safety. Social and environmental factors - Natural causes and speed of Construction - Life cycle costing - Reliability and Probabilistic methods-Value engineering and value analysis. REFERENCES 1. James, J.O Brian, "construction Inspection Handbook - Quality Assurance and Quality Control", Van Nostrand, New York, 1989 2. Kwaku, A., Tenah, Jose. M. Guevara, "Fundamentals of Construction Management and Organization", Reston Publishing Co., Inc., Virginia, 1985 3. Juran Frank, J.M. and Gryna, F.M. "Quality Planning and Analysis", Tata McGraw Hill 1982 4. Hutchins.G, "ISO 9000", Viva Books. New Delhi 1993 5. Clarkson H. Oglesby, "Productivity Improvement in Construction", McGraw-Hill, 1989 To understand the elements of quality planning and the implication To become aware of objectives and advantage of quality assurance To be exposed to means of quality control To study the relationship between quality and safety management

6. John L. Ashford, "The Management of Quality in Construction". E & F.N, Spon. New York, 1989 7. Steven McCabe, "Quality Improvement Techniques in Construction", Addison Wesley Longman Ltd, England. 1998

IE 214 BRIDGE ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE
Objective To make the students to obtain basic skills necessary to perform design of various types of bridges according to IRC code requirements. UNIT-I General: Introduction – Selection of site for bridge – Linear waterway – Free board – Economical span – Scour depth – Components of a bridge – Types of bridges – IRC Loading Classifications – Specifications for a road bridge – Specifications for railway bridge UNIT-II Design of RCC Bridges: Design of T beam slab bridges for IRC loading – Design of deck slab, longitudinal and cross Girders Design of balanced cantilever bridge – Design of slab, main girder, cantilever and articulation UNIT-III Design of Steel Bridges; Design of through type steel bridge for railway loading – design of stringers, cross girder and main girder ,Design of deck type steel bridge for railway loading – Design of main girder - Design of plate girder railway bridge for railway loading UNIT-IV Design of Prestressed concrete bridges: Preliminary sections – Flexural and Torsional parameters – Courban’s theory – Design of girder section ( I section only ) – Check for stresses at various sections – Check for diagonal tension – Forces in anchorage zone UNIT-V Substructure and Bearings: Design principles and construction methods of pier, abutment and Caissons Types of bearings – Design of elastomeric bearing – Segmental construction of bridge – Testing and Strengthening of bridge – Inspection and Maintenance of bridges. Text books 1. Victor D.J “Essential of bridge Engineering”, Oxford & IBH publishing co. 1980. 2. Krishnaraju N. “Bridge Engineering”, CBS Publications, New Delhi. 3. Bindra.S.P., “Principle and practice of Bridge Engineering”, Dhanpat Rai & sons 1979. 4. Ramchandra S. “Design of Steel Structures” Vol I & II, Standard book house, New Delhi, 1978. Reference books 1. Ponnusamy “Bridge Engineering”, Tata Mcgraw hill Publishing co, 1995 2. Raina “Concrete bridges practice Analysis design and Economics”, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing co 2008. 3. Jagadesh, T.R & Jeyaram M.A., “Design of bridge structures”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. 2001 4. Rowe, R.E. “Concrete Bridge Design”, John Wiley & Sons, New York, USA, 1962. 5. Phatak, D.R. “Bridge Engineering”, Satya Prakhasam, New Delhi, 1990 IS Codes: 1. IRC: 78, “Standard specifications & Code of practice for Road Bridges”. Section VII-Foundation and Substructures. 2. IRC: 6-2000, “ Standard specifications & Code of practice for Road Bridges”. Section II-Loads and Stresses. 3. IRC: 21-2000, “ Standard specifications & Code of practice for Road Bridges”. Section III-Cement Concrete (Plain and Reinforced). 4. IRC: 83 Part II-1987, “Standard specifications & Code of practice for Road Bridges”. Section :9 Bearing, Part II – Elastomeric Bearings.

215 SEA AND INLAND PORT INFRASTRUCTURE
UNIT – 1 Introduction: Ports and harbours as the interface between the water and land infrastructure – an infrastructure layer between two transport media. The fundamentals: Wave conditions inside harbour; water circulation;breakwaters, jetties & quay walls; mooring, berthing and ship motion inside the port; cargo handling – bulk material storage & handling. UNIT – 2 Design issues: Sea port layout with regards to (1) wave action (2) siltation (3) navigability berthing facilities, design of port infrastructures with regards to (1) cargo handling (2) cargo storage (3) integrated transport of goods, planning multipurpose port terminals. UNIT – 3 Port operations: Allowable wave conditions for cargo handling, wave conditions for human safety on quays and breakwaters, forecasting/nowcasting of wave &current conditions for port operations, dredging and navigability, hazard scenarios;VTMS & management of computerized container terminal, safety & environment (handling of fire, oil spill, rescue, etc.). UNIT – 4 Inland Waterways and ports: maintenance of waterways, construction of environmentally engineered banks, dredging, processing and storing of polluted dredged materials, development of river information services, planning, design and construction of inland port infrastructure, renovation of inland port infrastructure. UNIT – 5 Sustainability: Global trade and port restructuring/reforms, impact of possible climate change scenarios, sustainable development strategies for cities and ports. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. “Coastal Hydraulics Sea and Inland Port Structures” by A.M. Muir Wood and C.A.Fleming. Hall stead press. 2. “Dock and Harbour Engineering” by H.P. Ozha and G.H. Ozha, Charoter Book stad Anand. 3. “ Dock and Harbour Engineering” by S. Seetharamam, Umesh Publications. 4. “Coastal Engineering Volume I & II by Richand L. Silister – Elsvier Scientific Publishing Company. 5. Pera Brunn, “Port Engineering”, Gulf Publishing Company.

IE 216/2 SPECIAL CONCRETES AND APPLICATIONS

PURPOSE To get exposed to different types of concretes and their characteristics and applications. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES • The use of polymers in making concrete and their special properties • The improvement in ductility can be brought out using fibre reinforced concrete incorporating different fibres • The application of light weight concrete to multistoreyed buildings and its reduction in dead loads • When the water cement ratio is very low and especially in dam construction using the special features of roller compacted concrete enhancement of properties can be achieved UNIT I POLYMER CONCRETE: Types - Polymer cement concrete, Polymer impregnated concrete, Polymer concrete-properties and applications - Blended cement concretes. UNIT I I FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE: Different types of metallic and non metallic fibres - different types of FRC - properties and applications, slurry infiltrated fibre reinforced concrete properties. UNIT III LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE: Ferro cement and its applications,Light Weight and High Density concrete - Types - properties and applications. UNIT I V OTHER CONCRETES: Bacterial concrete - Born again concrete (Recycled Aggregate concrete) - Electric concrete (smart concrete) description - application - High performance concrete-Production and applications. 1. Fintel, "Hand book of Concrete Enssi Vannostrand", 1974 . 2. Metha P. K. and Monterio P. J. M. "Concrete-Structures", Properties and Materials, 2nd Edition, PHI, 1998 3. M. S. Shetty, "Concrete Technology" S.Chand and Company Ltd, Delhi, 2000 4. Neville. A. M. "Properties of Concrete", Pitman Publishing Limited, London, 1990 5. Aitkens, "High Performance Concrete", McGraw Hill, 1999

IE 216/3 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS

PURPOSE This course work aims at making students to get the fundamental knowledge on the environmental impacts by the major engineering projects and the methods of assessing these impacts so as to decide the sustainability of any engineering project. UNIT-I Introduction: Historical perspective of environmental protection laws and acts in India- Definition of EIA, Industrial policy statement of the Govt. of India. Legal Aspects Constitutional provisional - Fiscal incentives for environmental protection – National Standards - Bureau of Indian Standards and WHO standards. Socio Economic Impact Types of impact -Steps in performing socioeconomic impact assessment- Analysis of public services and facilities impact-Social impacts-Impacts of economic profile of the community. UNIT-II Air Quality Impact: Background -Typical considerations and factors-Impact of industry- TransportationHuman settlements and mitigation methods. Noise Impact Noise and sound-The effects of noise on people-Noise scales and rating methods-Estimating transportation noise impacts and planning. UNIT-III Energy Impact: Energy impact consideration- sources data - energy conservation data - EIA of hydrothermal and nuclear power plants. Forest and Wild Life Impact Biological concepts and terms-Impact on flora and fauna-Mitigation measures and alternatives. UNIT-IV Water Quality Impact: Water quality criteria and standards- water quality impacts by development projects-Assessment of water qualities-impact of water quality on Agriculture, human beings and Industries - Planning for protected water supply. UNIT-V Methodology of EIA: EIA methodologies, Preliminary assessment and qualification-Comparison of alternatives-Cost benefit analysis-Public involvement-Exchange of information, training- Case studies on EIA of development projects and Environmental auditing. Text Books 1. John .G. Rau & David G Hooten , “Environmental impact analysis Handbook”, McGraw Hill Publishing & Co, Newyork. 1990 2. Shukla,S.K & Srivatsava,P.R, “Concepts in Environmental Impact Analysis”, Commonwealth Publications, New Delhi, 1992. Reference Books 1. Jain RK, LV,Stacey G.S., “Environmental impact Analysis”, Van Nostrand Co. Newyork, 1977 2. Guidelines to environmental impact assessment in developing countries, UNEP, 1985. 3. John E. Heer and Joseph Hagerty.D “Environmental Assessment and statements”, Van Nostrand Ranhold Co, Newyork. 1977 4. Larry W.Canter,, “Environmental Impact Assessment” McGraw Hill Book Co. New Delhi, 1996 5. Golden J. “Environmental impact Data Book”, An Ambor Science,. 1979

IE 216/4 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
PURPOSE: This subject covers comprehensively various equipment used for construction and its management INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

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Planning and management of equipment in projects Fundamentals of earthwork operations and various earthwork equipment Other equipment for dredging, tunneling, blasting etc., and pumps used in construction Various materials handling equipment used in construction Equipment used for production of concrete

UNIT - I Construction Equipment Management: Identification – Planning - Equipment Management in Projects - Maintenance Management – Replacement – Unit Operating Cost - Cost Control of Equipment Depreciation Analysis – Safety Management UNIT - II Equipment for Earthwork: Fundamentals of Earth Work Operations - Earth Moving Operations - Types of Earth Work Equipment - Tractors, Motor Graders, Scrapers, Front end Waders, Earth Movers UNIT III Other Construction Equipment: Equipment for Dredging, Trenching, Tunneling, Drilling, Blasting Equipment for Compaction - Erection Equipment - Types of pumps used in Construction - Equipment for Dewatering and Grouting – Foundation and Pile Driving Equipment UNIT - IV Materials Handling Equipment: Forklifts and related equipment - Portable Material Bins – Conveyors Hauling Equipment UNIT- V Equipment for Production of Aggregate and Concreting: Crushers – Feeders - Screening Equipment - Handling Equipment - Batching and Mixing Equipment - Hauling, Pouring and Pumping Equipment – Transporters References: 1. Peurifoy, R.L., Ledbetter, W.B. and Schexnayder, C., Construction Planning, Equipment and Methods, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill, Singapore, 1995 2. Sharma S.C. Construction Equipment and Management, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1988. 3. Deodhar, S.V. Construction Equipment and Job Planning, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1988. 4. Dr.Mahesh Varma, Construction Equipment and its planning and Application, Metropolitan Book Company, New Delhi. 1983.

IE 241 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE LAB

Prepare a Construction Schedule / work flow by using PRIMVERA software.
a. Residential building complex b. Bridge construction c. Commercial complex d. Educational institute

e. Industrial Buildings