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Academic Year: 2015-16

III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 1

SCHEME & SYLLABUS

OF

III & IV SEMESTERS

B.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING

2015-16

Academic Year: 2015-16

III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 2

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 3

Vision of the Department

of Civil Engineering

To become a premier Civil Engineering Department offering excellent

engineering education in design methods and advanced technologies to the

students, to pursue research in thrust areas and to offer professional

services to the society.

Mission of the Department

of Civil Engineering

The Department is committed to develop competent professionals by

offering need based curriculum in Civil Engineering areas, promoting

research and innovation to prepare the students for higher study, life-long

learning and societal responsibility. The department is also committed to

provide good learning environment to develop professional ethics and skills

in our students and to provide engineering services to the society.

Programme Educational Objectives of Civil Engineering

PEO#1 Graduates of the program will practice Engineering profession as

competent professionals applying fundamentals, state-of-the-art knowledge

and technical skills.

[Theme: Practice Engineering profession as competent professionals]

PEO#2 Graduates of the program will excel in higher education with life-long

learning. [Theme: Higher education and life-long learning ]

PEO#3 Graduates of the program will exhibit leadership qualities, communication

skills and team spirit. [Theme: Communication and team work]

PEO#4 Graduates of the program will contribute to societal needs with ethical

attitude. [Theme: Initiated to Society and ethical practice]

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 4

Programme Outcomes of Civil Engineering

The following list of program outcomes describe what graduates are expected to know and

be able to do at the time of graduation. Graduates will have:

Programme

Outcomes(POs)

Description

Program

Outcome I a

an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (through differential

equations; probability and statistics; calculus) Science (physics; and

general chemistry) and Engineering to solve engineering problems and

design.

[short title: Mathematics, Science and Engineering knowledge]

Program

Outcome I b

the ability to design and conduct experiments and to critically analyze

and interpret experimental data on Civil Engineering materials

[short title: CE Experiments ]

Program

Outcome I c

the ability to design a engineering system/component, to meet the

needs as well as constraints related to economy, environment, safety and

sustainability through design experiences acquired through the

curriculum [short title: Design ]

Program

Outcome I d

the ability to function as an individual member and as a team

member on multi-disciplinary teams, that must integrate contributions

from different areas of engineering towards the solution of multi-

disciplinary projects. [short title: Teams ]

Program

Outcome I e

the ability to identify, research, formulate, analyse and solve Civil

engineering problems. [ short title: CE Engineering Problems ]

Program

Outcome I f

an understanding of professional and ethical practice issues in civil

engineering. [short title: professional and ethical responsibility]

Program

Outcome I g

an ability to communicate effectively. [ short title: Communication]

Program

Outcome I h

the broad understanding of the possible impact of civil engineering

solutions on the regional/global scenario in the context of global,

environmental and societal problems.

[short title: Global, environmental and Societal problems]

Program

Outcome I i

a recognition of the need for life-long learning,

[ short title: life-long learning]

Program

Outcome I j

the knowledge of contemporary issues such as societal, legal, cultural,

safety and health as they relate to civil engineering problems and

solutions [ short title: Contemporary issues]

Program

Outcome I k

an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for

civil engineering practice.

[short title: CE techniques, skills, and modern tools]

Program

Outcome I l

the ability to apply the principles of management to the Engineering

projects. [Short title: Project management]

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 7

Sub. Code : 3MAT3B Course Title : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS–III Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR PROJ SE SS Credits : 3.5

Contact Hrs./Week 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 13 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 0.5

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with

the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : Engineering Mathematics-I, Engineering Mathematics-II

Objectives : The course introduces the students to complex variables,

applications of Cauchy’s–Reimann equations, complex integration using

Cauchy’s theorm, partial differential equations and their application, expansion of periodic functions using Fourier series, Fourier transforms and calculus of variations.

POs and COs Mapping :

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ia CO1: Apply basic mathematical operations on complex numbers in

Cartesian and polar forms. Determine continuity/

differentiability/ analyticity of a function and find the derivative of a function. Identify the transformation (L3,L1)

Ia CO2: Evaluate a contour integral using Cauchy’s integral formula. Compute singularities and also the residues (L3).

Ia CO3: Formulate and solve partial differential equations. Use of separation of variable method to solve wave, heat and Laplace equations(L4).

Ia CO4: Represent a periodic function as a Fourier series. Determine

the Fourier transform of a given function(L3).

Ia CO5: Compute extreme values of a variational problems like

geodesics, least time and shortest path(L3).

UNIT-I :Complex Variables 9 + 3 Hrs.

Functions of complex variable, Definition of Limit, Continuity, Differentiability. Analytic functions, Cauchy’s-Reimann equation in

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 8

Cartesian and polar forms (Statement only), Properties of analytic functions. Geometrical representation f(z)=w, Standard transformation, Properties, Conformal transformation: w=ez, w= w=ez, w=cosh z.

UNIT-II: Complex Integration 6 + 3 Hrs.

Complex integration, Cauchy’s theorem (statement only), Converse of Cauchy’s theorem, Cauchy’s integral formula (statement only), zeros & singularities of an analytic function, residues, residues theorem,

calculation of residues.

UNIT – III: Partial differential equations (P.D.E.) 8 + 3 Hrs.

Formation of Partial Differential Equation, Solution of Langrange’s Linear P.D.E. of the type Pp+Qq=R. Method of Separation of Variables. Applications of P.D.E.: Classification of PDE, solution of one dimensional

heat wave and two dimensional Laplace’s equation by the method of separation of variables.

UNIT – IV :Fourier Series & Fourier Transforms 9 + 2 Hrs.

Periodic functions, Fourier Expansions, Half Range Expansions, Complex form of Fourier series, Infinite Fourier Transforms, Properties (Statements

only), Inverse Transforms.

UNIT-V :Calculus of Variation 7 + 3 Hrs.

Variation of a function and a functional, Extremal of a functional, Variational problems, Euler’s equation, Standard Variational problems including geodesics, Minimal surface of revolution, hanging chain and

Brachistrochrone problem.

TEXT BOOK:

1 Dr. Grewal B.S. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Ed 43. New Delhi.

Khanna Publishers. 2015.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1 Ramana B.V. Higher Engineering Mathematics. 2007 6th reprint Tata-McGraw Hill.

2 Erwin Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Ed 10., New Delhi. John Wiley & Sons.

3 Ray C Wylie Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Ed 6., New Delhi. McGraw Hill.

4 Pipes and

Harvill

Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists.

Ed 3. New Delhi. McGraw Hill.

Academic Year: 2015-16

III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 9

Sub. Code : 3CV01 Course Title : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Total Credits : 5.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 26 26 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

Total Contact Hrs. 91 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Prerequisites : 1. Engineering Physics, 2. Engineering Mathematics, 3. Engineering Mechanics

Objectives : To enable the students to analyze simple statically

determinate beams and frames, draw the BM and SF diagrams, determine the slopes and deflection and evaluate the bending, shear stresses at specific location. To impart the knowledge of determining the principle stresses and strains and buckling load of columns.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1-Determine the simple stresses and strains (linear and

volumetric)–in bars of uniform and varying sections and thermal stresses. (L3)

Ie CO2-Determine bending moment and shear force for determinate beams and derive the relation between loading, shear force and bending moment and explain the significance. Draw BMD and

SFD. (L3) Ie CO3-Compute shear stresses and bending stresses in beams of

varying cross sections at different sections of determinate beams. (L3)

Ia, Ie CO4-Determine the shear stresses in circular shafts subjected to torsion. (L3)

Ie CO5-Determine the compound stresses on an arbitrary plane. Compute the principal stresses, principal planes. (L3)

Ia, Ie CO6-Calculate buckling load in columns of various end conditions and interpret the results. (L3)

Ib CO7–Perform laboratory experiments on metals and wood to determine

the engineering properties (L3). Id CO8- Function as a team member to conduct experiments. (L3)

Unit-1

Simple stresses & Strains: Introduction, stress, strain, Hook’s Law,

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 10

Poisson’s Ratio, Stress–Strain Diagram for structural steel and non ferrous Materials, principles of superposition, Total elongation of tapering bars of circular and rectangular cross sections. Elongation due to self -weight, Volumetric strain, expression for volumetric strain, Elastic constants,

relationship among elastic constants, Composite section, Thermal stresses including compound bars. 15 Hrs. Lab Practice:

1. Tension test on Mild steel and HYSD bars and MS flats. 2. Compression test on Mild steel, Cast iron. 3. Shear, Impact (Charpy & Izod) tests on Mild steel

4. Hardness tests on ferrous and nonferrous metals–Brinell’s, Rockwell. 6 Hrs.

Unit-2

Bending moment and shear force in beams:

Introduction- Bending moment, Shear force in beams, Relation between loading, Bending moment and shear force. 10 Hrs.

Sign convention, BMD and SFD for Simply supported beams, over hanging beams, cantilever beams subjected to concentrated loads, UDL, UVL and couple. 10 Hrs.

Unit-3

Stresses in beams:

Introduction. Bending stress in beams, Assumptions in simple bending

theory. Derivation of bending equation, Derivation of Bernoulli’s equation for pure bending, 6 Hrs. Problems on Bending stresses. 5 Hrs.

Derivation of shear stress equation. Shear stress distribution in Rectangular section, I- Section, T- Section, Circular section. 4 Hrs.

Problems on shear stresses. 5 Hrs.

Lab Practice: Bending Test on Wood under two point loading. 2 Hrs.

Unit-4

Torsion of circular shaft

Introduction, pure torsion equation of circular shafts Power transmitted, problems on solid and hollow circular shaft of uniform

section. 6 Hrs.

Lab practice: Torsion test on mild steel. 2 Hrs.

Transformation stresses-Stress components on inclined planes subjected to 2-D dimensional stress system accompanied with shear stress. Principal stresses and principal planes at a point in a beam section. Mohr’s circle of stress - Stress components on inclined planes subjected to

2-D dimensional stress system accompanied with shear stress. 8 Hrs.

Unit-5

Columns and Struts-Introduction- Modes of failure of a column, Euler’s theory, Ideal end condition and effective length, slenderness ratio,

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 11

limitations of Euler’s theory. Determination of buckling load using Euler’s theory. 6 Hrs. Limitations of Euler’s theory, Rankine’s formula–(with out derivationn, Secant formula without derivation), IS code formula as per IS-800- their

significance, Problems. 6 Hrs.

Text Books:

1 Beer & Johnson Mechanics of Materials, Edition 7th, McGraw Hill.

2 Ferdinand L Singer

Strength of Materials, edition 4th, HarperCollins Publishers, 2014, New York.

Reference Books:

1 S. Ramamrutham Strength of materials, Edition 18th, Dhanpat rai Pub,New. Delhi. 2015.

2 B.C. Punmia Strength of materials, Edition 10th Lakshmi publications, New Delhi. 2013.

Sub. Code : 3CV02 Course Title : FLUID MECHANICS

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Total Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 26 26 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 1

Total Contact Hrs. 65 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with

the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : 1. Engineering Physics 2. Engineering Mathematics 3. Engineering Mechanics

Objectives : This course will introduce the students to the basic concepts and principles of fluid mechanics and enable them to apply three basic equations to fluid flow problems associated with pipe flows.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1- Determine the shear stress developed in a fluid between two

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 12

solid surfaces, fluid pressure & capillarity.(L3)

Ie CO2- Compute fluid forces acting on submerged surfaces using hydrostatic laws and ideal fluid flow phenomean making use of stream function and velocity potential functions .(L3)

Ie CO3- Determine the forces acting on pipe structures using laws of

conservations of mass, momentum and energy and Determine discharges in pipes and open channel. (L3)

Ie CO4- Determine head losses in pipe and pipe fittings and solve pipe

network problems using the three laws of conservation.(L3)

Ie CO5- Analyse water hammer effects in gradual and sudden closure of

valves in pipes. (L3)

Ie CO6- Predict the water surface levels and pressure due to vortex in closed and open vessels. (L3)

Unit-1

Introduction to fluids– properties, concept of continuum systems of units, Properties of fluids–mass density specific gravity, specific volume,

Properties of fluids–Newton’s law of viscosity, Tutorial – properties of fluids, viscosity, Problems on viscosity– Capillarity, stability of drop or bubble, Fluid pressure, bulk density, Pascal’s Law, Tutorial on stability of drop or

bubble bulk density, Hydrostatic law: Fluid pressure measurements Manometers. Tutorial on manometers. 10 Hrs. Self study: Mechanical gauges

Unit-2

Force on flat plate, vertical and inclined, Centre of pressure, Forces on curved surfaces, Concepts of velocity and acceleration, Continuity Equation, Concept of rotational and irrotational flows, Tutorials on

velocity, acceleration, continuity and rotation of flows. 10 Hrs. Self Study: Tutorials on forces on submerged body.

Unit-3

Concept of stream function, equations, conditions for its existence, Velocity potential – equations, conditions for its existence, Simple flow patterns, source, sink, uniform flow, Tutorial on stream function and velocity potential, Concepts of flow nets, applications flow nets for physical

problems, Momentum equation – one dimensional equation of motion, Bernoulli’s equation–it’s applications to physical fluid flow problems, Tutorials on application of Bernoulli’s equation, Engineering applications of Momentum equations, Tutorial on momentum concepts, Applications of

Engg. Bernoulli’s equation to venturimeter, Measurement of flow through orifices, circular orifice, rectangular orifices, Measurement of flow through

weirs and notches, Tutorial on flow measurement. 12 Hrs. Self study: Flow through mouth pieces.

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 13

Unit-4

Viscous flows through pipes – velocity distribution, Average velocity and shear stress distribution in pipes, Friction factor relation for head loss, tutorial on viscous flows through pipe, Head loss in sudden expansion,

sudden contraction, Minor losses in pipe flows, Pipe flow problems, pipes in series, Tutorial on pipe flows, Pipe flow problems – pipes in parallel, tutorials on application of vortex flows. 10 Hrs. Self Study: Equivalent pipe length, equivalent pipe diameters.

Unit-5

Water hammer – concept, pressure rise in gradually closure of valve, Water

hammer – pressure rise in sudden closure of walls, Tutorials – problems on water hammer, Concept of vortex flows– forced and free vortex, Governing equations for forced vortex in open and closed circular chamber, Free vortex, Tutorials on vortex flows 10 Hrs.

Topic beyond syllabus: Concept of boundary layer and turbulence in

the pipe flows. Text Books:

1 R.K. Bansal Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics. Lakshmi Publications, New Delhi. 2013

2 P.N.Modi & S.M.Seth

Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics, edition 18th,

Standard Book House, 2011 New Delhi

Reference Books:

1 F.M. White Fluid Mechanics. Edition 7th TMH Book Company. New York. 2011

2 A.K. Jain Fluid Mechanics. Edition 7th Khanna Publishers. New Delhi. 2010

Academic Year: 2015-16

III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 14

Sub. Code : 3CV04 Course Title : APPLIED ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 3.0

Contact Hrs./Week 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 26 0 0 26 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 2 1

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Prerequisites : 1. Engineering Chemistry 2. Engineering Physics

Objectives: This course apprise the students about the basic principles of

mineralogy, petrology, structural geology and applied geology, GIS, GPS and applications of remote sensing and introduce to the applications of these areas to the problems of site selection and ground water exploration.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ia CO1: Identify and classify the minerals in the earth crust based on

their physical properties and chemical composition. Identify & classify rock groups based on their texture, mineral groups, and identify their applicability based on engineering properties. (L2)

Ia CO2: Explain the occurrence and formations of different rock groups, textures, classification, description its engineering importance and suitability of rocks for civil engineering applications. (L2)

Ia CO3: Describe the significance of structural features in Earth’s crust like folds, faults & joints. Identification of structural features from geological maps and calculation of thickness, dip and strike of the rock bed and their interpretation. (L2)

Ia CO4: Selection of feasible sites for construction of buildings, dams, tunnels, bridges and highways from geological consideration. (L3).

Ib CO5: Explain the applications of Remote sensing, GIS and GPS in Civil Engg. for drainage analysis, catchment area calculation and DEM analysis. (L2)

Ia CO6: Explain & apply geophysical survey and resistivity curves for

groundwater location in different types of aquifers. (L3)

Ia CO7: Explain the concepts of plate tectonics- analysis of lithological

characteristics of sub surface by VES and resistivity methods and interpretation of results. (L3)

Id CO8: Function as a team member to conduct laboratory experiments.

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III & IV Sem. B.E. Civil Engineering Scheme & Syllabus 15

Unit-1

INTRODUCTION 1.1 Geology and its importance in Civil Engineering Practices. 1.2 Internal structure of the earth and its composition.

MINERALOGY

1.3 Definition of mineral, Rock forming and economic minerals, 1.4 Physical properties of minerals, chemical composition and uses of the

following minerals in preparation of construction materials: Quartz and its varieties: Rock crystal, Milky quartz, Amethyst, Agate, Flint

andJasper. Feldspars: Orthoclase, Plagioclase & Microcline, Mica group: Muscovite, Biotite. Amphibole Group: Hornblende, Pyroxene Group: Augite, Silicates: Olivine, Serpentine, Asbestos, Kaoline, Talc, Garnete, Sulphites: Barite, Gypsum, Oxides: Corundum; Carbonate Group: Calcite, Dolomite, Magnesite, Ore- Minerals: Magnetite, Haematite, Limonite, Iron Pyrite, Chalcopyrite, Pyrolusite, Chromite, Galena & Bauxite. 06 Hrs.

Lab. Exercises: Study of physical properties of the above minerals 02 Hrs.

Unit-2

PETROLOGY

2.1 Introduction, Definition, Classification, Rock cycle and study of the

following rocks:

2.2 IGNEOUS ROCKS: Definition, origin, Forms, Classifications, Textures, Descriptions and Engineering importance of the following rocks : Granite, Syenite, Diorite, Gabbro, Dunite, Porphyries, Pegmatite, Dolerite, Basalt, and Pumice.

2.3 SEDIMENTARY ROCKS:Definition, origin, Classification, Primary structures. Description and engineering importance of the following

rocks: Sandstones, Limestone, shale, Conglomerate, Breccia, & Laterite.

2.4 METAMORPHIC ROCKS: Definition, kinds of Metamorphism,

Description and Engineering importance of the following rocks: Gneiss, Quartzite, Marble, Slate, Phyllite, Schists.

08 Hrs.

Lab. Exercises: Identification of above rocks based on their Index Properties 02 Hrs.

Unit-3

STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY AND ROCK MECHNICS

3.4 Definition, Stress and Strain in rocks, Outcrops, Dip and strike, Compass Clinometers,

3.5 Study of structural features and deformation of rocks like Folds,

Faults, Joints, their recognition in field and their implications in Civil engineering Projects.

08 Hrs. Lab. Exercises: Calculation of Thickness of strata, Dip and Strike, Borehole problems and Study and Interpretation of Standard Structural

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Geological Maps, topo-sheets and its applications like slope analysis, flow

analysis. Field visit to study different types of rocks and its trend direction using compass clinometers. 02 Hrs.

Unit-4

APPLIED GEOLOGY

4.1 Selection of rocks for Foundation, Study of construction materials for Cladding, Flooring, Concrete Aggregates, Road metal, Railway Ballast, Decorative purpose with examples and M Sand.

4.2 Sites Selection for Dams and Reservoir, Silting up of Reservoirs and remedies for silting controlling,

4.3 Sites Selection for Tunnels, Bridges and Highways, 5.6 Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques in Civil

Engineering Projects. 5.7 GPS (Global Positioning System) and its uses. 5.8 Study of Toposheets and its importance.

06 Hrs.

Lab. Exercises:. Watershed delineation, selection of suitable recharge site, drainage analysis, catchment area calculation, DEM analysis, study of satellite imageries and updating of toposheets by using recent satellite imageries. 02 Hrs.

Unit-5 HYDROGEOLOGY

5.1 Introduction, Study of Groundwater and its importance, Hydrological cycle.

5.2 Occurrence of groundwater in different Geological rock formation, Water table, Water level fluctuation.

5.3 Types of Aquifers- Confined and unconfined Aquifers, Artificial recharge of ground water by different method.

5.4 Selection of well sites, Geological and Geophysical methods of Groundwater exploration and applications of Electric resistivity

method. 5.5 Interpretation of resistivity curves for ground water studies and Civil

Engineering Works. GEODYNAMICS

5.6 Weathering of Rocks, Kinds of weathering, Soil and Soil Profile, Classification, Erosion, Conservation, Geological work of Rivers,

5.7 Landslides - Causes and Remedial measures, 5.8 Earthquakes – Concept of Plate tectonics, Seismic waves, Ground

motion parameters like amplitude, duration and frequency. Magnitude

and intensity scales, Instruments, Seismic zones. 08 Hrs.

Lab Exercises: Analysis and understanding of the Lithological Character of sub surface by Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) by resistivity method and resistivity curve interpretation. 12 Hrs.

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Text Books:

1 Parbin Singh Text book of Geology, World Press Pvt. Ltd. Kolkatta. 2010

2 KVGK Gokhale Principle of Engineering Geology 2010

Reference Books:

1 B.S.Sathyanarayanaswamy A Text of Engineering and Geology

2 S K Duggalet Engineering Geology edition 1st 2014

3 Todd D.K. Jhon Ground water Geology Willey and Sons, New York

Sub. Code : 3CV07 Course Title : FUNDAMENTALS OF SURVEYING

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 0 0 26 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 1

Total Contact Hrs. 65 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 4 quizzes, 2 tests, Assignments, 1 Lab test

Prerequisites : 1. Engineering Physics 2. Engineering Mathematics

Objectives: In this course, the students will be taught to use the various

instrumental techniques/methods to measure directions/angles, distances of lines, areas of land and elevations by conducting different types of surveys like Chain, Compass, Theodolite and Leveling and analyzing the

data.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1- Identify the types of survey and instruments to be employed depending upon the extent & accuracy. (L2)

Ie CO2- Calculate the horizontal distances by direct and indirect methods after applying field corrections. (L3)

Ie CO3- Determine the bearings to set out geometrical figures, measure horizontal and vertical angles accurately. (L3)

Ie CO4: Calculate the reduced levels of objects from survey data and prepare contour maps. (L3)

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Ie CO5: Calculate the areas of irregular boundaries, earthwork volume, reservoir capacity. (L2)

Id CO6: Function as a team member to conduct field survey make measurements.

Unit-1

Introduction to surveying- Definition, object, primary division, classification, principles of surveying, units of measurements, India and

adjacent countries (I&AC), maps and their numbering systems, uses of maps, field work, office work. Survey equipments and their uses (metric

chain, tapes- types, ranging rods), maintenance of instruments, errors in measurements – systematic, accidental errors (no numerical problems). Problems on incorrect chain length measurements. 06 Hrs. Field practice: Demonstration of survey equipment: 05 Hrs.

Unit-2

Ranging out of survey lines, measurement of horizontal and sloping distance (direct and indirect), perpendicular and oblique offsets. Setting out right angles using cross staff, prism square, optical square. Tape corrections for absolute length, pull / tension, sag, slope and related problems. Abstacles in chaining/ taping and simple problems, cross staff

survey. 06 Hrs.

Field practice: Distance between two points will be measured using

chain/tape, by direct ranging. Setting out of right angle will be conducted using tape, cross staff and optical instruments. 06 Hrs.

Unit-3

Measurement of directions & angles: definitions: Angle, meridians, bearings, instrument- prismatic compass their parts (survey compass- briefing only) temporary adjustment of prismatic compass, calculation of angles from bearings and bearings from angles, problems, local attraction,

magnetic declination and related problems.

Introduction to Theodolite- parts, temporary adjustments, fundamental axes, measurement of horizontal angles – repetition & reiteration method,

measurement of vertical angles other uses of theodolite. 06 Hrs.

Field practice: Distance b/w two inaccessible points will be measured by using tape and compass. Regular geometrical figures pentagon and hexagon will be constructed in the field. 06 Hrs.

Unit-4

Levelling – Basic definitions, dumpy level- parts, temporary adjustments, types of leveling- simple leveling, differential leveling, profile leveling- longitudinal & cross sectioning & their plotting, Booking and reducing of levels by H.I. method and rise and fall method & simple numerical problems, curvature & refraction (no numerical problems).

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Contouring–Definitions, contour interval, horizontal equivalent, characteristics of contour, uses of contours maps (methods of contouring & interpolation will be covered in advanced surveying using Civil3D)

08 Hrs.

Field practice: Determination of level difference between two points on the ground and invert points (chagga) will be determined in the field. Longitudinal and cross sectioning will be conducted for a stretch of road/canal/sewer and its plotting. 08 Hrs.

Unit-5

Area & volume–General, methods of determining areas by -subdivision, Offsets at regular intervals(mid ordinate rule, average ordinate rule, trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s one third rule) & Simpson rule problems, Measurement of volume by prismoidal & trapezoidal formula, volume from spot levels & reservoir capacity from contours. 08 Hrs. Field practice: Capacity of a nearby existing reservoir will be determined

by using field contour method. 06 Hrs.

Text Books:

1 Dr. B.C. Punmia. Surveying. Edition 16th Vol I. Laxmi publications

Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi-2009.

2 T.P. Kanetkar & S.P. Kulkarni

Surveying. Edition 6th Vol I. Tata Mcgrw Hill publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi 2009.

Reference Books:

1 Alak De Plane Surveying. S. Chand & Co. Ltd.

New Delhi 2009.

2 S. K Roy Fundamentals of surveying. Prentice hall of India New Delhi 2009. 2014

3 James M. Anderson,

Edward M. Mikhail

Introduction to surveying Mc-Graw Hill Book

company NY- 2009.

4 S.K. Duggal Surveying. Vol. I. 2013

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Sub. Code : 3CV08 Course Title : BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR PROJ SE SS Total Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 4 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 52 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 4

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : 1. Engineering Physics 2. Material Science 3. Engineering Mechanics

Objectives: The course gives an introduction to the various types of building materials, the section, and applications, construction of different

parts of the structure such as foundation, masonry, structural elements

such as lintels, staircases, and section and location of doors, windows, and laying of floors, roofs and imparts the knowledge of green building and sustainable construction.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1: Select suitable materials to be used based on type of structures considering structural and durability factors. (L2)

Ie CO2: Identify suitable type of foundation based on the types of structures, soil characteristics and environment. Set out the foundation trenches as per foundation drawings.(L2)

Ie CO3: Recommend the type of masonry suitable for a particular type of structure based on the structural and functional requirements of the building. (L2)

Ie,Ii CO4: Identify the types of lintels, stairs, form work for different

types of buildings. Decide on the location and types of doors and windows for different types of buildings. (L2)

Ie,Ii CO5: Decide particular type of floors and roofs for different types of

buildings by taking cognizance of green building concepts and sustainable materials. (L2)

Ie CO6: Will be able to setout centerline for a residential building. (L4)

Unit–1

Building Materials: Stones, bricks, cement, mortar, timber, ferrous metals and alloys. Study of properties of materials- physical, mechanical,

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chemical, biological, aesthetic and other properties like durability, reliability, compatibility and economic characteristics. 10 Hrs. Self Study: Durability of building materials.

Unit-2

Types of buildings, components of buildings, building and environment. Foundations - functions of foundations, essential requirements, types of foundations – shallow and deep foundations, spread footings, combined footings, strap footings, raft/mat foundations, deep foundations – piles foundations – concrete and steel piles, bored and driven piles, screw piles – only general features. 10 Hrs.

Self study: Caissons/well foundations Practice: * Sketch of different foundation types. * Setting out of foundations, trenches in field.

Unit-3

Masonry–types–brick masonry, stone masonry, composite masonry. Stone masonry–terminology, classification, dressing of stones, types of

stone masonry–random, rubble, ashlar etc., joints in stone masonry.

Brick masonry–types, bonds in brick masonry–English, Flemish, Raking,

zigzag, brick on edge and rat trap bonds, comparison between stone and brick masonry, defects, typical structures of brick work.

Composite masonry–stone and brick, concrete blocks and hollow concrete

blocks, hollow clay blocks, aerated concrete blocks, phosphogypsum blocks, types of walls, load bearing and non load bearing– general design criteria. Self Study: Partition Walls –clay block, concrete, glass, metal lath, phosphogypsum boards. 12 Hrs.

Practice : i. Sketch of different types of masonry. ii. Construction technique and quality control for masonry.

Unit–4

Lintels–reinforced concrete lintels. Stairs–requirements of good stairs, types of RCC stairs, travellators, escalators and lifts, geometric design of RCC dog leg and open well staircase. Doors & Windows–Locations, definition of technical terms, door frames, types of doors, types of windows, ventilators, fan lights.

Form work–function, types of formwork – shuttering for columns beams and slabs, formwork for stairs and walls, sliding and slip formwork.10 Hrs.

Self study: Plastering & Flooring–types of mortars, methods of plastering

– lath plastering, stucco etc, pointing.

Practice: * Sketches of different types of stairs.

* Standard quality checks for shuttering; columns, beams & slabs. Unit–5

Roofs–types, pitched roof – tiled roofs, AC sheet roofs – components, flat terraced roofs – RCC castinsitu and precast roofs, weather proofing course–

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need an application

Alternative roofing system – Concepts, filler slabs, composite beam panel

roofs, masonry vaults and dooms. Floors–CC floor, precast concrete slab floor, ribbed hollow block, profile sheet flooring. 10 Hrs.

Practice: Sketch of different types of roofs.

Self Study: Green building: sustainability, environmental challenges, introduction to green buildings, green construction materials, economics of

green buildings. Paints and distempering–paints and varnishes, types of paints,

classification, applications, painting of different surfacing, varnishing, distempering, white washing and colour washing. Damp proofing – causes of damping, effects, methods of damp proofing and applications.

Field practice: Setting out center line for a residential building, i. Foundation layout ii. Brick layout

Text Books:

1 S.K.Duggal Building Materials, 2009 New Age

International.

2 B.C. Punmia, A.K.Jain, & Ashok Jain

Building Construction, 2014 Lakshmi Publication, New Delhi

Reference Book:

1 Sushil Kumar Building Construction. 2010 edition 20th

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Sub. Code : 3CVL1 Course Title : BUILDING PLANNING AND CAD

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR PROJ SE SS Total Credits : 2.5

Contact Hrs./Week 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 0 0 0 39 0 0 52 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 1.5 1

Total Contact Hrs. 39 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading The portfolio consisting of hand drawn sheets and

CADD drawings should be submitted for the Viva voce.

Prerequisites : 1. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing 2. Building Materials & Construction

Objectives : The course introduces the student to the human functions and corresponding space requirements and graphical representation of different building elements, physical and cultural factors influencing

spatial planning including light, ventilation, movement and air circulation. The student will be made to design typical residential, public buildings

considering essential building elements, electrical water supply and sanitary services make graphical representation using CAD.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie,Ik CO1: Explain space requirement for human functioning and spatial interpretations for various human activities. (L2)

Ie,Ik CO2: Graphically represent common building elements suiting the building environment. (L3)

Ie,Ik CO3: Analyze the role of physical, spatial and cultural factors

including light, ventilation, air circulation through case studies of buildings. (L4)

Ie,Ik CO4: Design residential buildings considering physical & cultural

factors including light, ventilation, air-circulation, and prepare architectural drawing. (L4)

Ie,Ik CO5: Prepare detailed construction drawings considering Bye laws and regulations including electrical, water supply and sanitary details. (L3)

Ie,Ik CO6: Design and prepare architectural drawings of public buildings,

including electrical, sanitation and other services. (L4)

Unit 1

Basic anthropometrics, human functions and their implications for space requirements. Minimum and optimum areas for mono functions.

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Spatial interpretations of various activities and their relationship with spaces. 3 Hrs.

Unit 2 Measured drawing exercises of familiar building elements like staircases,

windows, doors, classroom, open and enclosed spaces etc. Observing the built environment around, experiencing enclosures and graphically representing them through drawings with material indications. 3 Hrs.

Unit 3 Understanding the role of physical and cultural factors that influence

spatial planning. Concepts of Light, ventilation, movement, circulation,

hierarchy, volume, structure and skin. Exercises and case studies to be conducted and compiled. 7 Hrs.

Unit 4 Application of the above study into designing of a residential building to the given context. Representation of the design through hand drawn

plans, sections and elevations. 8 Hrs. Unit 5

Preparing set of good for construction drawings considering the bye laws and regulations. Centre line drawing, schedule of openings, electrical drawing, water supply and sanitary detailing. 8 Hrs.

Unit 6 Designing of a public building of a suitable scale to understand various services like, staircases, lifts, HVAC, acoustics, fire fighting etc. Projects like Primary Health centre, School, Library, Bus stand, metro station etc.

10 Hrs.

Field Visit: Visit to residential, commercial, public buildings, to understand human

functions and space requirements.

Observation of familiar building elements and take their measurements and represent through drawing.

Understand the role of light, ventilation, movement, circulation aspects adopted in these buildings

Record the design features of these buildings including various services.

Note : CIE will be awarded on the basis of quality of the sheets/exercises

executed by the students throughout the semester.

Reference Books:

1 Sushil Kumar Building Construction, Standard Publishers Distributors, New Delhi, 2008

2 Charles George

Ramsey

Architectural Graphic Standards, Seventh

Edition, Wiley, Since 1981, Revised :13 Dec 2007

3 Donald Watson, Michael J. Crosbie, John Hancock

Callender

Time savers standards for Architectural Design Data, Seventh Edition McGraw Hill Companies. Inc, Since 1946

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4 Francis D.K. Ching Architecture Form Space and Order, Fourth Edition , John Wiley & Sons.Inc, Since 1979

5 Shah M.H., Kale C.M, and Patki S.Y.

Building Drawing, 5th Ed., TMH, New Delhi, 1981

Sub. Code: 3FMAT1 Course Title: FOUNDATIONS OF ENGINEERING

MATHEMATICS (For Lateral Entry students only)

Elective/Core: Core L T LA PR PROJ SE SS Credits : 5.0

Contact Hrs./Week 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 65 0 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 5

Total Contact Hrs. 65 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading

4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Prerequisites : -

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ia

CO1: Determine the nth derivative through successive differentiation, extending it to find the nth derivative of product and represent a point in a plane using the polar coordinates.

Solve problems on finding the curvature and radius of

curvature of given curves and understand how a function of

single variable can be expanded as a Taylor’s series. Differentiate a function of two or more independent variables

and it’s engineering applications. Represent a function of two variables as a Taylor’s series and

apply the analytical methods to solve first order and first-degree equations and solve Engineering problems.(L3)

Ia CO2: Calculate the gradient of a scalar point function; divergence, curl and Laplacian of a vector point function. (L3)

Ia CO3: Derive Laplace transform of basic and periodic functions and

evaluate inverse Laplace transforms, and also solve linear

differential equations by the method of Laplace transform. (L3, L4)

Ia CO4: Evaluate double and triple integrals and its applications.(L3)

Ia CO5: Solve the linear differential equations of second and higher

order with constant coefficients.(L3)

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Unit-1 Differential Calculus Determination of nth derivative of standard functions, Leibnitz theorem (statement only) with examples, polar curves, Taylor’s series, Maclaurin’s series for functions of single variable. Partial differentiation: Definition, total differentiation, differentiation of composite and implicit functions, Jacobians illustrative examples and problems. Indeterminate forms, Taylor’s theorem for a function of two variables, Maxima and Minima for a function of two variables. 14 Hrs. Unit-2 Vectors Vector Algebra: Vector addition, multiplication (dot and cross products), scalar and vector triple products. Vector Differentiation: Velocity, acceleration of a vector point function, gradient, curl and divergence, solenoidal and irrotational vector fields, vector identities. 12 Hrs. Unit-3 Laplace Transform Definition, Laplace transform of elementary functions, properties of Laplace transforms, multiplication by, division by t, derivatives and integrals. Inverse transforms, Applications of Laplace transforms to differential equation. 12 Hrs. Unit-4 Integral calculus: Reduction formula for functions: . Double integrals and triple integrals, problems (with standard limits), Beta and Gamma functions, properties, relation between Beta and Gamma functions, problems.

12 Hrs. Unit-5 Differential equations: Solution of first order, first-degree differential equations- variable separable method, homogeneous, Linear, Bernoulli’s and exact differential equations. Differential equations of second and higher orders with constant coefficients. 12 Hrs. Text Books:

1 Dr. Grewal B.S. Higher Engineering Mathematics.

2 HK Das Higher Engineering Mathematics.

Reference Books:

1 Erwin Kreyzig Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Latest edition, Wiley Publications.

2 Ramana .B.V Higher Engineering Mathematics, Tata-McGraw Hill.

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IV Semester Syllabus

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Sub. Code : 4MAT4 Course Title : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS–IV

Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 3.5

Contact Hrs./Week 3 1 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 13 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 0.5

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Prerequisites : Engineering Mathematics-I, Engineering Mathematics-II, Engineering Mathematics-III.

Objectives : The course introduces the students to the solutions of ordinary differential equations using mathematical series, Bessel’s functions, Legender’s functions, curve fitting, correlation and regression, elements of probability, Baye’s theorem, discrete and continuous

probability distribution, applications of binomial, Poisson and normal and

exponential distribution, concept of joint probability distribution, stochastic matrices, Markovchains. POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ia CO1: Apply the power series method to solve Bessel and Legendre’s

differential equation and hence use the Bessel and Legendre functions in solving the problems. (L3)

Ia CO2: Apply least square method to fit a curve for the given data and

evaluate the correlation coefficient and regression lines for the data. (L3)

Ia CO3: Determine the nature of the events and hence calculate the appropriate probabilities of the events. (L3)

Ia CO4: Classify the random variable to determine the appropriate probability distributions. (L3)

Ia CO5: Determine the joint probability distribution, its mean, variance

and can calculate the transition matrix and fixed probability vector for a given Markov chain. (L3)

Unit-1

Series Solution Of Ordinary Differential Equations And Special

Functions: Series Solution of Bessel’s differential equation. Equations

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reducible to Bessel’s differential equation, Series solution of Legendre’s differential equation leading to Legendre polynomials, Rodrigue’s formula.

8+3 Hrs.

Unit-2

Statistics: Introduction, Definitions, Curve Fitting, equation of Stright line, parabola and exponential, correlation and regression, formula for correlation coefficient, regression lines and angle between the regression lines. 8+2 Hrs.

Unit-3

Probability: Basic terminology, Definition of probability, Probability and

set notations, Additional law of probability independent events, conditional probability, multiplication law of probability, Baye’s theorem. 7+2 Hrs.

Unit-4

Random Variable: Discrete Probability distribution, Continuous Probability distribution, expectation, Variance, Moments, Moment generating function, Probability generating function, Binomial distribution,

Poisson distribution, Normal distribution and Exponential distributions. 8+2 Hrs.

Unit-5

Joint Probability: Joint probability distribution, Discrete and independent random variables, Expectation, Covariance, Correlation coefficient.

Probability vectors, Stochastic matrices, fixed points matrices, Regular

stochastic matrices, Markov chains, Higher transition-probabilities, stationary distribution of regular markov chains and absorbing states. 8+3 Hrs. Text Book:

1 Dr. Grewal B.S. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Ed 40., New Delhi. Khanna Publishers. 2007.

Reference Books:

1 Ramana B.V. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Tata-McGraw Hill.

2 Erwin Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Ed.8, New

Delhi. John Wiley & Sons.

3 Ray C Wylie Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Ed.4, New

Delhi. McGraw Hill.

4 Pipes and Harvill

Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists.

Ed.3, New Delhi. McGraw Hill.

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Sub. Code : 4CV01 Course Title : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 2 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 26 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3 1

Total Contact Hrs. 65 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : 1. Strength of Materials 2. Engineering Mechanics

Objectives: The basic objective of the course is to introduce the students to analysis of determinate structures by different methods in order to find SF, BM and deflection at various location. The principles of analysis of

rolling roads on determinate structures, arches, cables and elementary analysis of indeterminate structures are also imparted to the students.

POs and COs Mapping :

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ia,Ie CO1: Identify and classify different types of structural systems, support conditions, and determine static indeterminacy and degrees of freedom. (L2)

Ia,Ie CO2: Determine the slopes and deflections in determinate beams,

frames and trusses using Macaulay’s method, moment area

method, conjugate beam method. (L3)

Ia,Ie CO3: Explain the concept of strain energy and derive the expression for strain energy due to axial load, bending and shear. Calculate the deflection in beams and trusses using strain energy and unit load methods. (L3)

Ie CO4: Compute the SF, and BM variations for different positions of rolling loads in the form of single point load/ two point loads /UDL. Draw unit influence line diagrams for SF and BM at specific location of the beam and evaluate the max. SF and

BM at any location due to rolling loads. (L3)

Ie CO5: Analyze three hinged arches/ suspension cables of parabolic / circular profile and determine the shear, thrust, bending moment at different levels. (L3)

Ie CO6: Analyze simple cases of propped cantilevers and fixed beams

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by strain energy method. Analyze simple continuous beams by slope deflection method. (L3)

Ii CO7: Update his knowledge of structural analysis by imbibing the latest developments in this area and apply that in his profession. (L3)

Unit-1

Forms of structures, conditions of equilibrium, degrees of freedom, linear

and non linear structures, one-two-three dimensional structural systems, Determinate and indeterminate structures.

Deflection of Beams:

Introduction–Differential equation of the deflection curve, Double integration method. Moment- Area method for prismatic beams, over handing beams and

cantilever beams subjected to concentrated loads, UDL, UVL, Couple. Deflection of beams by Conjugate beam method-Introduction, conjugate beam theorems, determination of deflection in cantilever, simply supported beams. 11 Hrs. Self study: Analysis of overhanging beams and beams of uniform and non

uniform c/s.

Unit-2

Strain energy and complimentary strain energy, strain energy due to axial load, bending and shear, Theorem of minimum potential energy, law of conservation of energy, Castigliano’s theorems. 8 Hrs.

Deflection of beams by unit load method for cantilever, simply supported, overhanging beams of uniform and non uniform c/s. 8 Hrs.

Self Study: Application of principle of virtual work and determination of deflection of trusses by unit load method.

Unit-3

Moving loads- Introduction, determination of maximum SF and BM at a section for point load, two point load, several point loads, UDL and absolute maximum values. 6 Hrs.

Concept of influence lines, ILD for reactions, SF and BM for determinate

beams. 6 Hrs.

Self Study: Simple cases of drawing influence line for determinate trusses and determination of maximum forces in truss members.

Unit-4

Arches and cables. Three hinged parabolic arches with supports at same level and different levels. Determination of thrust, shear and bending moment. 7 Hrs.

Analysis of cables under point loads and UDL, length of cables for supports

at same and at different levels. 7 Hrs.

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Self Study: Analysis of circular arches and cables.

Unit-5

Analysis of Indeterminate beams. Analysis of propped cantilevers and fixed beams by strain energy method. 7 Hrs.

Analysis of continuous beams by slope deflection method. 5 Hrs.

Self Study: Analysis of fixed and continuous beams with sinking of supports.

Text Books:

1 S.S.Bhavikatti Structural Analysis-I, edition 3 2009 Vikas

Publishing House, New Delhi.

2 S.Ramamrurtham Strength of materials, edition 18th 2014 Dhanpat Rai & Publication, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

1 B.C.Punmia, Ashok Jain

Strength of materials and Theory of Structures, edition 15th 2005 Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.

2 C.S.Reddy Basic Structural Analysis, edition 3rd 2010

Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

3 R.L.Jindal Indeterminate Structures, edition 4 1994

S Chand and Co,New Delhi

4 Chukia

Wang

Intermediate Structures, edition 1st 2010

Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

Sub. Code : 4CV02 Course Title : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – I Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SE Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 4 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 52 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 4

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with

the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : Engineering Chemistry Fluid mechanics

Objectives: The course introduces the students to need for protected water

supply, methods of estimation of water demand, design of collection and

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conveyance system of water, testing & analysis of water, water treatment to confirm to drinking water standards, different methods of water treatment and different systems of water distribution system and industrial practice.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs): The student will be able to;

Ie CO1: Forecast population and variations in water demand and fire demand for a town/city by different methods. (L3)

Ic,Ie CO2: Identify suitable natural sources of water for a town/city and

design the capacity of pumps for water supply scheme. (L2, L3)

Ie CO3: Analyze quality of water and design the water treatment & conveyance system. (L2, L3)

Ic CO4: Design sedimentation tank and filter units for water treatment

for a given set of data. (L3)

Ie CO5: Describe necessity of disinfection/water softening and their

methods. (L2)

Ie CO6: Describe various methods of water distribution systems. (L2)

Ii CO7: Recommend suitable methods for removal of colour, odour,

taste, bacteria, fluoridation and defluoridation. (L2)

Unit-1

INTRODUCTION: Human activities & environmental pollution. Requirements of water for various beneficial uses. Need for protected water supply.

DEMAND OF WATER: Types of water demands - domestic demand in detail, institutional and commercial, public uses and fire demand. Percapita consumption- factors affecting Percapita demand, population

forecasting- arithmetic increase method, geometric increase method, incremental increase method, decrease method growth method, graphical increase method, graphical comparision method, logistic curve method,

their merits and demerits & problems.

Variations in demand of water, Effects of variation on the design capacities

of different components of a water supply scheme, Fire demand estimation by Kuichling's formula, Freeman formula and National Board of Fire Under Writer's formula. Peak factor.

Self Study: Design period and factors governing the design period.

Industrial practice: Estimation of future water demand for a town or city. Estimation of fire demand for a town or city.

10 Hrs.

Unit-2

SOURCES: Surface and subsurface sources - suitability with regard to quality and quantity.

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COLLECTION AND CONVEYANCE OF WATER: Intake structures- different types of intakes; factors for selection and location of intakes. Pumps-Necessity, types - power of pumps, factors for the selection of a pump.

Self study: Pipes - Design of the economical diameter for the rising main, Nomograms-use.

Industrial practice: Design of pumps for a community, swimming pool, STP and OHT. 10 Hrs.

Unit-3

QUALITY OF WATER: Objectives of water quality management. Concepts of safe water, wholesomeness and palatability

TESTING OF WATER(IS: 3025 and IS: 1622): Objectives- Sampling of water for examination. Physical characteristics-colour, taste & odour, temperature, turbidity, Chemical characteristics-total solids, chlorides, hardness, pH value, problems on pH, metals & other substances, nitrogen & its components, dissolved gases, Health significance of Fluorides,

Nitrates and heavy metals like Mercury, Cadmium & Arsenic and heavy metals like mercury, cadmium etc.

Microbiological Testing-bacteria & viruses, indicator organisms- E-coli, MPN, tests for bacteria-total count test, multiple fermentation technique, and membrane filter technique common water borne diseases and their control.

WATER TREATMENT: Objectives-typical treatment flow-chart of municipal town, Screening–types screens, Aeration-Principles, types of aerators (No designs) 10 Hrs.

Self study: Drinking water standards BIS and WHO guidelines.

Industrial practice: Analysis of raw water for various purposes such as

drinking, boiler feed and general irrigation.

Unit-4

Sedimentation: Theory, settling tanks, types, design. Sedimentation aided with coagulation-common coagulants, dosages, jar test, chemical feeding,

flash mixing, and clari-flocculators.

Filtration: Mechanism-theory of filtration, types of filters- slow sand, rapid sand and pressure filters including construction, operation, cleaning and their design excluding under drainage system, backwashing of filters.

10 Hrs. Self study: operational problems in filters.

Industrial practice: Design of complete water treatment plant for hostels,

apartments, villages and cities.

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Unit-5

Disinfection: Theory of disinfection, types of disinfection, Chlorination, Chlorine demand, residual chlorine, use of bleaching powder. UV radiation treatment. Treatment of swimming pool water, Domestic water purifiers.

Softening - definition, methods of removal of hardness by zeolite process. RO & membrane technique.

Methods of Distribution systems – gravitation system, pumping system,

combined gravitation & pumping systems, distribution reservoirs- their functions, types, storage capacity of distribution reservoirs, simple problems.

Methods of layout distribution- dead end system, grid iron system, ring

system, radial system, their suitability & their advantages & disadvantages, Pipe appurtenances- various type of valves, fire hydrants, pipe fittings Layout of water supply pipes in buildings, rainwater

harvesting. 12 Hrs.

Self Study: Miscellaneous treatments: Removal of colour, odour, taste,

adsorption technique, Fluoridation and defluoridation, Environ protection Acts in India Industrial practice: Design of distribution reservoirs for hostels,

apartments, villages and cities.

Text Books:

1 S.K. Garg Water Supply Engineering, Edition 1st 2010

Khanna Publishers.

2 Flair, Gayer and Okum Water and Wastewater Engineering. Edition 3rd 2010 Vol. 1. Wiley Publishers, New York.

Reference Books:

1 B.C. Punmia and Ashok Jain. Environmental Engineering-I.

2 Ministry of Urban Development Manual of Water supply and

treatment–CPHEEO, New Delhi.

3 Hammer and Hammer Water Technology. 2015

4 Howard S. Peavy, Donald R. Rowe, George Techno Bano Glous.

Environmental Engineering. Edition 7th 1985 McGraw Hill

International Edition.

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Sub. Code : 4CV03 Course Title : HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 4.0

Contact Hrs./Week 4 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 52 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 4

Total Contact Hrs. 52 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

Students have to prepare for the self study component themselves with the guidance of the concerned faculty.

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : Physics, Mathematics and Fluid Mechanics

Objectives: Imbibe the knowledge in the fluid flow in open channel flows and hydraulics machines to develop knowhow to solve problems associated

with these two topics.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1: Apply Specific energy concepts in the design of subcritical flow channel transitions(L3)

Ie CO2: Design hydraulically efficient open channels and design of energy dissipaters for flow in hydraulic structures. (L3)

Ie CO3: Analysis of flow characteristics over vanes fitted in turbines and pumps. (L3)

Ie CO4: Analyse the flow through hydraulic machines like turbines,

centrifugal pumps and determine their performance characteristics. (L3)

Ie CO5: Analyse the flow phenomena using dimensional analysis and

develop models for prediction of performance of the flow in the prototype structures. (L3)

Unit–1

Classification of open channels and types of flows, Velocity distribution and average velocity, Concept of energy, specific energy, Critical flows – based constant discharge and constant energy, Tutorial, Specific energy,

Applications of specific energy concept to design of subcritical transitions, Uniforms flows, Chezy’s equations, Manning’s equations. Tutorial on uniforms flows. 10 Hrs. Self Study: Applications of Chezy’s equations, Manning’s equations.

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Unit–2

Hydraulically efficient channel – sections, rectangular and triangular, and trapezoidal shapes, Maximum discharge through circular conduit, Tutorial on Hydraulically efficient and maximum discharge in channels, Gradually

varied flow equations, Classification of gradually varied flow profiles, Simple GVF profiles and example to their existence in open channel flows, Tutorial on GVF profiles, Rapidly varied flows concept of momentum equation applied to hydraulic jump, Types of jumps, energy dissipation in hydraulic jump. 10 Hrs.

Self Study: Application of hydraulic jump as energy dissipater, Tutorials

on Hydraulic jump. Unit–3

Impact of jet on flat vanes, vertical and inclined, Impact of jet on moving vanes, flat and inclined and hinged at one end, Impact jet on symmetrical

curved vanes fixed and moving, Tutorial on jets striking the vanes, Jet striking curved fixed vane at angle at one end, Jet striking curved moving vanes at angle at one end, Concept of velocity triangles, Tutorials on jets on curved vanes. 10 Hrs.

Unit–4

Concepts of turbines, energy production, Pelton wheel turbines, Maximum

efficiency of Pelton wheel turbine, Tutorial on Pelton wheel turbine, Concept of reaction turbine and Francis turbine - Draft tube – types and its efficiency, Tutorial on turbines and draft tubes, Concept of specific speed – classification of turbines, characteristic curves of curves of turbines, Centrifugal pumps, working aspects, Efficiency of centrifugal pump, Minimum starting speed of centrifugal pump, Net positive suction

head and specific speed, tutorial on centrifugal pumps, unit quantities, 10 Hrs.

Self Study: Characteristic curves of hydraulic machines.

Unit–5

Dimensional analysis – necessity – units used, Dimensional Homogeneity – concept of Raleigh’s method of analysis, Applications of Raleigh’s method of analysis to physical flow problems, Concept of Bucking Ham - theory, Applications of Bucking Ham method of analysis to physical flow problems,

Tutorial on dimensional analysis, Modeling – Similarity concept with respect to geometry, Kinematic properties and Dynamic properties, Types of modeling. Tutorials on modeling. 12 Hrs.

Self Study: Geometrically similar and distorted models

Text Books:

1 K. Subramanya Flow in Open Channels, Edition 3rd 2009, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

2 P.N.Modi and S.M.Seth

Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Edition 15th 2004 Standard Book House, New Delhi.

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Reference Books:

1 R.K. Bansal Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics, Edition 9th 2010 Lakshmi Publications. New Delhi.

2 F.M. White Fluid Mechanics. Edition 7th 2011 TMH Book Company, New York.

Sub. Code : 4CV04 Course Title : CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 3.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3

Total Contact Hrs. 39 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : Building Materials and Construction, Strength of Materials, Engineering Chemistry

Objectives: The student is introduced to the basic ingredients of concrete, the testing and preparation of concrete mixtures, measurement and evaluation of fresh concrete properties, hardened concrete properties, mix design of concrete and also provides brief introduction about special

concrete.

POs and COs mapping:

POs Course Outcomes

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1: Classify different types of concrete ingredients and identify

their important characteristics and evaluate conformity of any set of given ingredients to relevant standards.

Ie CO2: Explain the factors affecting workability of concrete and procedures for evaluation of workability and the role of admixtures (L2)

Ie CO3: Explain the factors affecting the strength of concrete and decide the types of destructive/ non-destructive tests to be conducted for assessing the strength of structures in service. (L2)

Ic CO4: Compute concrete performance parameters, given the basic

properties, and analyze and check the conformity of properties

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of a given concrete to relevant standards. (L2,L3)

Ic,Ie CO5: Design concrete mix for the required strength with available

concrete materials considering exposure conditions for various engineering materials. (L4)

Ii,Ie CO6: Design of special concrete as per structural and functional requirements.(L4)

Unit–1

Concrete Ingredients:

Cement: Introduction, Chemical composition, manufacture of OPC by wet

and dry process (flow charts only), Hydration of cement, Types of cement,

Testing of cement-Field testing, Fineness by sieve test, and Normal consistency, setting. time, soundness, Compression strength of cement

and grades of cement.

Fine aggregate-Grading, analysis, Specific gravity, bulking, moisture

content.

Coarse aggregate-Importance of size, shape and texture. Grading of

aggregates-Sieve analysis, specific gravity. Flakiness and elongation index, crushing, impact and abrasion tests.

Deleterious materials, Quality of mixing water. 8 Hrs.

Self study: Cement certification and rejection.

Unit–2 Fresh concrete:

Workability-Factors affecting workability, Measurement of workability -

slump, flow tests, Compaction factor and Vee-bee consistometer tests, Segregation and Bleeding.

Process of manufacture of concrete: Batching, Mixing, Transporting,

Placing, Compaction, Curing.

Admixtures: Chemical admixtures- plasticizers, accelerators, retarders and

air entraining agents. 8 Hrs. Self study: Mineral admixtures - Fly ash, Silica fumes and rice husk ash.

Unit–3

Hardened concrete:

Factors affecting strength, w/c ratio, gel/space ratio, maturity concept, Effect of aggregate properties, relation between compressive strength and tensile strength, bond strength, modulus of rupture,

Gain of strength with age, Accelerated curing, aggregate-cement bond

strength.

Testing of hardened concrete - compressive strength, Tensile strength,

Flexural strength.

Non Destructive testing of in-situ fresh concrete. 8 Hrs.

Self study: Inspection - Testing of fresh concrete. Acceptance testing of hardened concrete.

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Unit–4 Elasticity-Relation between modulus of elasticity and strength, factors

affecting modulus of elasticity, Poisson ratio

Shrinkage-Plastic shrinkage and drying shrinkage, factors affecting

shrinkage.

Creep - Factors affecting creep.

Durability - Definition, significance, permeability, sulphate attack. Chloride attack, carbonation, freezing and thawing, 7 Hrs.

Unit–5

Concrete Mix Design: Concept of Mix design, variables in proportioning

exposure conditions, Procedure of mix design as per IS 10262-2009. Numerical examples of Mix design. Importance of Special Concrete, Types–Light weight concrete, High Density Concrete, High Strength Concrete, High Performance Concrete, Constituents, properties. 8 Hrs.

Self Study: applications of different types of special concretes.

Field Practice: Design M35 concrete mix as per IS 10262-2009 with the

available concrete ingredients in the lab.

TEXT BOOKS:

1 M.S. Shetty Concrete Technology, edition 7th S.Chand & Company Ltd., 2009

REFERENCE:

1 Nevillie Concrete Technology, edition 2nd 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1987.

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Sub. Code : 4CV06 Course Title : ADVANCED SURVEYING Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 3.0

Contact Hrs./Week 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 3

Total Contact Hrs. 39 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading : 4 quizzes, 2 tests, 3 Assignments

There will be questions in Tests and compulsory 10 marks questions in

SEE on the self study component.

Prerequisites : Engineering Mathematics, Fundamentals of Surveying

Objectives: In this course, the students will be taught to use the various techniques/methods to set out curves, establish horizontal and vertical

control for alignment of highways/tunnels, making soundings in water

bodies, errors likely to occur in survey works and their corrections and elimination. They will also be introduced to advanced instrumental technique using Total station and GPS.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ie CO1- Calculate the data for setting out simple, compound, transition

curves. (L3)

Ie CO2- Identify the types of surveys to be conducted for civil

engineering infrastructure works. (L2)

Ie CO3- Explain the methodology of hydrographic survey, necessity of

such surveys and their applications for civil engineering works. (L2)

Ie CO4: Calculate the most probable errors and corrections for the erroneous observations made in the field measurements. (L3)

Ik CO5: Describe methods to determine the distances, angles,

coordinates, and elevations using total station and GPS. (L2)

Unit-1

Curve Surveying –Definitions & notations, elements of simple curve, setting out of simple curve-by ordinates from long chord, by Rankine method of deflection angles & simple analytical problems, Compound

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curve- Elements of compound curve, setting out of compound curve & simple problems.

Reverse curves- Elements of a reverse curve, relationship between various

parts of a reverse curve (analytical problem on parallel straights only) Transition curves-General requirements, length of transition curve, characteristics of transition curve, computing & setting out.

9 Hrs. Self Study: Vertical curves-Introduction, types, setting out.

Unit-2

Construction survey: Introduction, control for setting out- horizontal &

vertical control Project surveys- reconnaissance, preliminary & final survey, setting out work of building foundation trench, pipeline. 7 Hrs.

Self Study: tunnel alignment & setting out-surface alignment & measurement, transferring the levels underground.

Unit-3

Hydrographic survey- Introduction, shoreline survey, soundings, methods of locating soundings, reduction of sounding, plotting of soundings, three point problem- mechanical solution, by station pointer method & analytical solution & analytical problems. 8 Hrs.

Self study: Tides, prediction of tides, tide gauges, mean sea level as

datum. Unit-4

Theory of errors & adjustments: Introduction, kinds of errors, laws of accidental errors, principles of least square, laws of weights, determination probable errors, distribution of error of the field measurements, normal equations, determination of most probable values and analytical problems.

7 Hrs.

Self study: alternative adjustments. Unit-5

Total station survey: Concept of latitude & departure, calculation of lat

long of a closed traverse (simple analytical problem) dependent & independent coordinates, closing error, balancing of a traverse by

Bowditch’s method & transit method (no analytical problems) Components, adjustments,

GPS: Concepts, definitions, segments of GPS, equipments, methods,

differential GPS, errors. 8 Hrs.

Self study: Capabilities, uses, advantages of total station, applications of GPS.

Text Books:

1 Dr. B.C. Punmia,

Er. Ashok K. Jain

Dr. Arun K. Jain

Surveying Vol- I and II, Ltd., 16 th Edition- 2005, reprinted in in 2014, Laxmi Publications Pvt. New Delhi.

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2 A.M. Chandra Fundamentals of Surveying, edition 2nd 2006 New Age International, New Delhi-2009.

3 Manoj K Arora’

R.C. Badjatia

Geomatics Engineering, 2011 Nem Chandra & Bros, Rorkeee (refer for GPS in Unit-5)

Reference Books:

1 Dr. B.C. Punmia,

Ashok K Jain, Arun K. Jain

Higher Surveying, Laxmi Publications Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi-2008

2 James Anderson,

Edward M. Mikhail

Introduction to surveying, 1985 Macgraw Hill publications

Sub. Code : MC03 Course Title : CONSTITUTION OF INDIA AND

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (Mandatory Course) Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 0.0

Contact Hrs./Week 2 0 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 26 0 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits

Total Contact Hrs. 26 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading 2 tests Students have to pass this subject compulsorily.

Prerequisites : -

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ij CO1- Describe the fundamental rights and duties of citizen, importance of welfare state. (L2)

Ij CO2- Describe the organization and functioning of union

government, state government, union state legislatures, and union & state judiciary. (L2)

Ij CO3- Describe special constitutional provisions of Scheduled Caste & Tribe, backward classes, emergency provisions, electoral process & constitutional amendments. (L2)

If,Ij CO4- Describe engineering ethics, responsibility, honesty, integrity,

reliability, risk and safety factors. (L2)

Unit-1

1. Preamble to the constitution of India, fundamental rights under part III-details of exercise of rights, Limitations & important cases. 4 Hrs.

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2. Relevance of Directive principles of state policy under part-IV, Fundamental duties & their significance. 3 Hrs.

Unit-2

3. Union executive-President, Prime minister, Parliament & the Supreme court of India. 3 Hrs.

4. State executive–Governors, Chief Minister, State legislator and

High courts. 3 Hrs. Unit-3

5. Constitutional provisions for Scheduled castes & tribes, women, Children & backward classes. Emergency provisions. 4 Hrs.

6. Electoral process, Amendment procedure, 42nd, 44th, 74th, 76th 86th &

91st constitutional amendments. 3 Hrs. Unit-4

7. Scope & aims of Engineering Ethics, responsibility of Engineers, impediments to responsibility. 3 Hrs.

8. Honesty, Integrity and Reliability, Risks, Safety & Liability in Engineering.

3 Hrs.

Text Books:

1 Durga Das Basu Introduction to Constitution of India.

Ed 19/20. edition 21st 2013 (students edition) Prentice-Hall EEE. 2001.

2 Charles E Haries and others

Engineering Ethics. Edition 4th 2012 Thompson Asia. 2003.

Reference Books:

1 Pylee M.V. Introduction to constitution of India. Edition 5th 2007, Vikas publishing. 2002.

2 Govindarajan M. and others

Engineering Ethics. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India. 2004.

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Sub. Code : 4CVL2 Course Title : HYDRAULICS LABORATORY Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 1.0

Contact Hrs./Week 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 0 0 26 0 0 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 1

Total Contact Hrs. 26 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading Regular Lab work and writing lab records:

(20+15) 35 marks Lab test and Viva-voce at the End of the Sem: (10+5)15marks

Prerequisites : 1. Fluid Mechanics, 2. Hydraulics and Hydraulics Machines

Objectives: The student is equipped to conduct various tests on notches, flumes, weirs, venturimeter, and carry out their calibration, determine friction factors, losses, and hydraulic coefficients of various hydraulics appurtenances and evaluate the performance of different types of hydraulic

machinery such as orifices, pumps, turbines, etc.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to;

Ib CO1: Determine the coefficient of discharge in open channels, pipes

and orifices. Analyse, interpret and comment on the test results.(L3)

Ib CO2: Determine the head losses in pipes, pipe fittings. Analyse the

variation in coefficients with respect to Reynold’s number, interpret the results and comment on the validity. (L3)

Ib CO3: Determine the characteristics of pumps and turbines. Analyse

and interpret the results with respect to their efficiency and performance. (L3)

Id CO4: Function as team member to conduct experiments. (L3)

Exp. 1: Calibration of V-notch.

Exp. 2: Calibration of rectangular or Trapezoidal notch.

Exp. 3: Calibration of Broad crested weir.

Exp. 4: Calibration of Venturi flume.

Exp. 5: Calibration of Venturi meter.

Exp. 6: Determination of Darcy’s friction factor for a straight pipe.

Exp. 7: Determination of minor loss constants (Bend, Sudden

contraction, Sudden expansion).

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Exp. 8: Impact of Jet on Vanes.

Exp. 9: Determination of hydraulic coefficient of a vertical orifice.

Exp. 10: Performance tests on a single stage centrifugal pump (constant speed).

Exp. 11: Performance tests on a Pleton wheel turbine.

Exp. 12: Performance tests on Francis turbine.

Exp. 13: Characteristics of Hydraulic Jump (Demonstration).

Exp. 14: Measurement of velocity distribution in boundary layer and drag

and lift of bodies. Note: 1. All Experiments shall be design/problem based.

2. The laboratory reports shall contain the following details.

- Problem statement to identify the experiment - Objectives and procedures associated with the experiment. - Experimental setup, measurement, and data collection. - Critical analysis of data including codal provisions. - Use the experimental data for further interpretation / design.

3. Assessment of each student regarding his contribution to the team work.

Sub. Code : 4CVL4 Course Title : SURVEYING PRACTICE Elective/Core : Core

L T LA PR SE PROJ SS Credits : 1.5

Contact Hrs./Week 0 0 0 3 0 0 CIE Marks : 50

Contact Hrs./Sem. 0 0 0 39 0 0 SEE Marks : 50

Credits 1.5

Total Contact Hrs. 39 Total Marks: 100

Assessment & Grading CIE: Regular Lab work and writing lab records:(20+15) 35 marks

Lab test and Viva-voce at the End of the Sem: (10+5)15marks

Prerequisites : 1. Fundamentals of Surveying, 2. Advanced Surveying

Surveying Practice : The students is taught the methodology of setting out different types of curves in the field, traversing of buildings, conducting alignment surveys of sewer lines, canals, roads, and drainage lines, and draw L/S and C/S using modern tools and determination of elevation of remote objects and areas of boundaries.

POs and COs Mapping:

POs Course Outcomes (COs)

The student will be able to use total station to:

Ie,Ik CO1: Set the different type of curves in the field. (L3)

Ie CO2: Plotting building/boundary by conducting traversing. (L2/L3)

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Ie,Ik CO3: Fix and establish the alignments for various civil engineering

projects like Highways, canals, sewer/water supply lines with grades. (L3)

Ik,Ie CO4: Set the centre line for building and column positions. (L3)

Ik,Ie CO5: Plot the contour maps of the area surveyed and prepare base

plan maps. (L3)

Id CO6: Function as a team member to conduct Survey Practice.(L3)

Exercises

Using Total station students will perform following exercises in the field

Exercise No.1- Study of total station, its parts & adjustments, setting

up over a station. Exercise No.2- Orientation with reference to north, measurement of

horizontal distances, sloping distances, horizontal angles (Horizontal right, horizontal left) in angular measuring mode.

Exercise No.3 - Setting of Simple curve, Compound curve

Exercise No.4- Setting of Transition curve Exercise No.5- In coordinate measuring- creating a job file, north

orientation, measurement of coordinates of points

calculating latitude & departure of lines. Exercise No.6 - Traversing of a building including orientation to north at

1st station and subsequent orientation to previous

stations and plotting the work using modern tools. Exercise No.7 - Conducting block levelling for given area and generating

the contours using modern tools. Exercise No.8- Conducting L/S and C/S for road /canal /sewer lines

and generating L/S and C/S using modern tools. Exercise No.9- Locating column positions for a given building plan in

the field.

Exercise No.10- Determining remote elevation of an object, Area of given boundaries.

Exercise No.11 - Miscellaneous exercises- Staking out of points, Z-coordinates, missing line measurements.

Exercise No.12 - Preparation of base plan (to cover existing features & to

plot them).

Text Book: 1. Manual prepared by Civil Engg. Dept., SIT, Tumkur

Note: 1. All Practice/Experiments shall be problem based.

2. The laboratory reports shall contain the following details.

- Problem statement to identify the experiment / practice. - Objectives and procedures associated with the experiment. - Experimental setup, measurement, data collection, plotting using

modern tools. - Critical analysis of data.

- Use the experimental data for further interpretation / design.ch student regarding his contribution to the team work.

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