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INTRODUCTION TO DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

BY

H E A D / D E PA R T M E N T O F C I V I L A N D E N V I R O N M E N TA L ENGINEERING

D R . H . P. S O O R I YAR AC H C H I
PHD (SHEFFIELD,UK), M.ENG.(TOKYO) , B S C . ( E N G H O N S ) ( M O R AT U WA ) , C.ENG, MIE(SL)

University of Ruhuna

Faculties
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Agriculture Engineering Fisheries HSS Management Medicine Science

Faculty of Engineering
Departments 1. Civil and Environmental 2. Electrical and Information 3. Mechanical and Manufacturing 4. Interdisciplinary studies

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Introduction to the Department


Established in 1999 as one of the degree awarding departments in the Faculty of Engineering Located in Hapugala, Galle [6 km away from the Galle city] Nine batches of Civil and Environmental Engineering graduates have been passed out Annual undergraduate enrollment is about 75 Present academic staff is 18

Academic staff
Permanent Academic Staff 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 1. 2. 1. 2. Dr. A.M.N. Alagiyawanna Dr. T. M. N. Wijayaratna Dr. K.S. Wanniarachchi Dr. H.P. Sooriyaarachchi Dr. N.H. Priyankara Dr. (Ms) W.K.C.N Dayanthi Dr. G.S.Y. De Silva Dr. (Ms) G.H.M.J Subashi Dr. G.H.A.C. Silva Ms. S.N. Malkanthi Dr. T.M. Rengarasu Ms. N.S. Miguntanna Dr. H.H.H. Keerthisena Dr. Cyril Kariyawasam Dr. Champika Ellawala Mrs. W.C.H.K. Gunawardana B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, D.Eng, M.ASCE B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D., C.Eng., MIE(SL) B.Sc.Eng, Ph.D.,C.Eng., MIE(SL) B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D, C.Eng., MIE(SL) B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D, AMIE(SL) B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D, AMIE (SL) B.Sc.Eng, Ph.D, AMIE (SL) B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D B.Sc.Eng, MEng. B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D B.Sc.Eng, MSc(Research) B.Sc.Eng, Ph.D, C.Eng. FIE(SL), intPE(SL) B.Sc.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D, MICE, MBCS B.Sc.Eng, M.Sc, Ph.D B.Sc.Eng, M.Sc

Ms. T.N Wickramaarachchi B.Sc.Eng, M.Phil, AMIE(SL)

Dr. (Ms) G.N. Samarasekara B.Sc.Eng, MSc., Ph.D, AMIE (SL)

Lecturers on Assignment basis

Lecturers on Temporary basis

Other staff members


Instructors
1. 2. 3. 4. Mr. M. R. Niranga Ms. W.K.A.P. Abeyratne Mr. N.P.K.V. Karunaratne Mr.E.D.L. Lasintha B.Sc.Eng B.Sc.Eng B.Sc.Eng B.Sc.Eng

Non-Academic Staff
Technical Officers Mr. T.G.P. Wasantha Kumara Ms. D.A.M. Nimalshanthi Mr. Lalitha Samarajeewa Mrs. Srima Kumarige Computer Application Assistant Laboratory Attendants Mrs. U.K. Shamiala Irangi Mr. M.M.I. Vipula Shantha Mr. N.T.P.D. Nilantha Mr. D.D. Ponnamperuma Labourer Mr. V. Nandadasa

Divisions of the Department


Structural Engineering and Construction materials Geotechnical and Geo-environment Engineering Infrastructure Development and Management Water and Environmental Engineering

Structural Engineering and Construction materials TWO well equipped laboratories


- Structural Mechanics Laboratory - Building Materials and Construction Laboratory

Academic staff

Dr. H.P. Sooriyaarachchi

Dr. K.S. Wanniarachchi

Dr. G.S.Y. De Silva

Dr. (Ms) G.H.M.J Subashi

Geotechnical and Geo-environment Engineering

Well equipped laboratory


- Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

Academic staff

Dr. A.M.N. Alagiyawanna

Dr. N.H. Priyankara

Infrastructure Development and Management

Well equipped laboratory


- Surveying and Transportation Laboratory

Academic staff

Ms. S.N. Malkanthi

Dr. T.M. Rengarasu

Dr. (Ms) G.N. Samarasekara

Water and Environmental Engineering TWO well equipped laboratories


- Hydraulic and Coastal Engineering Laboratory - Environmental Engineering Laboratory

Academic staff

Dr. T. M. N. Wijayaratna

Dr. G.H.A.C. Silva

Dr. (Ms) W.K.C.N Dayanthi

Ms. T.N Wickramaarachchi Ms. N.S. Miguntanna

Mrs. W.C.H.K. Gunawardana

Dr. Champika Ellawala

Department Arrangement

CEL5

CEL6

CEL3

CEL4

CEL1

CEL2

CR

LR

CR

Office

Structural mechanics laboratory

Tensometer

Building and construction laboratory

Compression Testing Machines Compression Testing Machines Concrete Workability Test Apparatus

Surveying and Transportation Engineering

Total Station

Stereoscope

Highway Design Model

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

Jar test apparatus

Fume cupboards

UV-visible spectrophotometer De-ionizer

Hydraulics And Coastal Engineering Laboratory

Pipe Friction Apparatus

Hydrology Apparatus

Multi Purpose Teaching Flume

Pipe Surge and Water Hammer Apparatus

Hydraulics And Coastal Engineering Laboratory

General Structure Of The Degree Programme




A full-time course, organised on a two-semesters-ayear system, runs over 4 academic years All students should follow a compulsory development program before the first semester engineering program work starts In the first 2 semesters, all students should follow a common core course Students follow specialization course within remaining 6 semesters

Development Programme

Guide to read the module code

CE2304
Departmental Code Credits Semester of Eligibility Department of Study

CE 1301 ME 1301 ME1202 EE1301 IS1401 IS 1302

Fundamentals of Civil Engineering Introduction to Materials Science and manufacturing Engineering Engineering Drawing Introduction to Electrical Engineering Mathematical Fundamentals for Engineers Communication for Engineers Total credits = 18

CE 2302 CE 2203 ME 2203 ME 2204 EE 2302 EE 2203 IS 2403

Mechanics of Materials Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Thermodynamics Engineering Mechanics Fundamentals of Computer and Software Engineering Introduction to Electronic Engineering Linear Algebra and Differential Equation Total credits = 18

Core Modules Technical Elective Modules General Elective Modules

CE 3204 Structural Analysis I CE 3205 Concrete Technology CE 3306 Fluid Mechanics 16 CE 3307 Engineering Surveying CE 3308 Quantity Surveying and Construction Process IS 3304 IS 3306 IS 3117 IS 3122 Numerical Methods Basic Economics (GE) Appreciation of Music (GE) Graphic Design (GE) TOTAL CREDITS 21 5

CE 4209 Structural Analysis II CE 4310 CE 4311 CE 4312 CE 4313 IS 4307 IS 4308 IS 4116 IS 4126 IS 4127 Design of Concrete Structures I Engineering Geology and Soil Mechanics 17 Water and Wastewater Engineering Infrastructure Planning Probability and Statistics Technology and Society (GE) Introduction to Painting (GE) 6 Introduction to Western Music (GE) Voice and Instruments in Eastern Music (GE) TOTAL CREDITS 23

CE 5314 CE 5315 CE 5316 CE 5217 CE 5218 IS 5310 CE 5231 CE 5233 IS 3305 IS 3123 IS 3124

Hydraulic Engineering Transportation Engineering Solid Waste Management Structural Analysis III Design of Steel Structures Complex Analysis and Mathematical Methods Design of Timber and Masonry Structures (TE) Advanced Surveying (TE) Society and The Engineer (GE) Creative Dance and Oriental Ballet (GE) Traditional Dance of Sri Lanka (GE) TOTAL CREDITS 25 5 4 16

CE 6319 CE 6321 CE 6322 IS 6313 CE 6235 IS 5312 IS 3115 IS 4119 IS 4120 IS 4124

Design of Concrete Structures II Geotechnical Engineering Engineering Hydrology Mathematical Modeling Disaster Mitigation Engineering (TE) Industrial Management (GE) Photography (GE) Accelerated Learning (GE) Meditation (GE) Digital Modeling and Animation (GE) TOTAL CREDITS 28 7 6 15

CE 6320 Building Engineering

CE 6234 Dynamics and Control of Structures (TE) CE 6236 Highway Engineering Design (TE)

CE 7323 CE 7324 CE 7325 CE 7426 CE 7127 CE 7237 CE 7238 IS 4209 IS 4311

Computer Analysis of Structures Geotechnical Engineering Design Environmental Engineering Design Undergraduate Research Project Undergraduate Design Project / Survey Camp Irrigation Engineering Design (TE) 4 Coastal Engineering and Management (TE) Organizational Behavior (GE) 5 Financial Management (GE) TOTAL CREDITS 23 14

CE 8328 Construction Management CE 8329 Environmental Management CE 8230 Undergraduate Design Project / Design work CE 8239 Ground Improvement Technique (TE) CE 8240 Water Resource Engineering (TE) CE 8241 IS 6214 IS 4121 Transportation Management (TE) Entrepreneurship and Project Management (GE) 3 Orienteering (GE) INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 5 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS 17 6 8

Semeste r 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total

Core Modules 18 18 16 17 16 15 14 8 122

Technical Electives 0 0 0 0 4 6 4 6 20

General Electives 0 0 5 6 5 7 5 3 31

A student should satisfy the following requirements in order to be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of the Science of Engineering (B.Sc. Eng.) A minimum total of 144 credits excluding credits for INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, but including a minimum of 14 credits from the list of general elective modules and a minimum of 130 credits that comprises of all the mandatory core modules and a number of technical elective modules chosen from the list offered by his/her specialisation course

Civil Engineering Curriculum


Course Structure Core Modules Technical Elective Modules General Elective Modules = 119 Credits = 23 Credits = 34 Credits

Credit Requirement for Graduation and IESL Accreditation

Graduation Requirement

= 144 Credits

Core + Technical Electives = 130 Credits General Electives = 14 Credits

Technical and General Electives modules should be selected to meet following requirments
Category Mathematics Management, Engineering Sciences and Engineering Economics and Communication Engineering Design IS 5310 CE 5231 CE 5233 CE 6234 CE 6236 CE 7237 CE 7238 CE 8239 CE 6235 CE 8240 CE 8241 IS 3306 IS 5312 IS 6314 IS 4209 IS 4311 IS 6214 IS 3117 IS 3122 IS 4308 IS 4116 IS 4126 IS 4127 IS 3305 IS 3123 IS 3124 IS 3115 IS 4119 IS 4120 IS 4124 IS 6216 IS 4121 Modules Complex Analysis and Mathematical Methods (TE) Design of Timber and Masonry Structures (TE) Advanced Surveying (TE) Dynamic and Control Structures (TE) Highway Engineering Design (TE) Irrigation Engineering (TE) Coastal Engineering and Management (TE) Ground Improvement Techniques (TE) Disaster Mitigation Engineering (TE) Water Resources Management (TE) Transpotation Management (TE) Basic Economics (GE) Industrial Management (GE) Human Resource Management (GE) Organizational Behaviour (GE) Financial Management (GE) Entrepreneurship and Project Management (GE) Appreciation of Music (GE) Graphic Design (GE) Technology and the Society (GE) Introduction to Painting (GE) Introduction to Western Music (GE) Voice and Instruments in Eastern Music (GE) Society and the Engineer (GE) Creative Dance and Oriental Ballet (GE) Traditional Dances of Sri Lanka (GE) Photography (GE) Accelerated Learning (GE) Meditation (GE) Didital Modeling and Animation (GE) Introduction to Sociology (GE) Orienteering (GE) GE - General Electives Minimum credit requirement

Humanities, social Science, art and professional ethics

10

TE - Technical Electives

Special Task in the Course Structure

In-Plant Training Survey Camp Undergraduate Research Project Comprehensive Design Project

- End of 4th and 6th semester - End of 6th semester - During 7th and 8th semesters - During 7th and 8th semesters

Survey Camp

Survey Camp

Comprhensive Design Project

Achievements

Second place for Late Engineer Nimal Chandrasena Award Annual Sessions of IESL 2009 for the paper "Development and structural behavior of Coconut coir FRP sections"

Third place for Late Engineer Nimal Chandrasena Award Annual Sessions of IESL 2009 for the paper "Development and structural behavior of Coconut coir FRP sections" Migara Ratnatunga awards for the best undergraduate projects. (Five students from the CEE Department)

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Cliffon Suspension Bridge, Bristol, UK

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Hoover Dam, USA

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Burj Dubai Tallest Building in 2009

Dubai the sail

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Auckland Airport in New Zealand

Applications of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Demanding areas for CEE graduates


y Construction of buildings, roads, bridges, reservoirs,

dams, irrigation systems, water and wastewater treatment plants, tunnels, underground structures, etc
y Construction of harbours and other coastal structures y Environmental impact assessments (EIA) y Transport planning and Traffic Management y Ground improvement projects y Disaster management and mitigation projects y Development of new construction materials

Carrier Opportunities in Civil and Environmental Eng.

y Civil Engineer y Transportation/Highway Engineer y Construction Engineer y Town Planner y Structural Engineer y Coastal Engineer y Wind Engineer y Building engineer y Geotechnical Engineer y Irrigation /Hydraulic Engineer y Environmental Engineer

Engineers create the world that has never been!

Thank You!