FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
APH 101 : APPLIED PHYSICS
( C.M.E. CH. MET. ELN. IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR. : 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
1. INTERFERENCE : Types of interference, Fresnel's biprism, White light fringes, Determination of thickness of thin sheet, Interference in thin films( conditions for normal incidence), Necessity of extended source, Newton's rings, Michelson interferometer, Types of fringes, Uses of Michelson interferometer, Antireflection coating, Interference filters.
2. DIFFRACTION : Fraunhoffer diffraction at a circular aperture, Plane diffraction grating, Formation of multiple spectra and determination of wavelength, Dispersive power of grating, Resolving power of optical instruments, Meaning of Resolving power, Rayleigh's criterion of resolution, Resolving power of grating, prism, telescope and microscope.
3. POLARIZATION : Geometry of calcite crystal, Double refraction, Nicol's prism, Huygene's theory of Double refraction, Quarter wave plate, Half wave plate, Elliptically and circularity polarised light and production of circularity polarised light, Optical activity, Specific rotation, Fresnel's theory of optical rotation, Lourent's half-shade polarimeter, Photoelasticity.
4. LASERS : Spontaneous & stimulated emission, Population inversion, Strcture of a laser, Properties of laser light ( monochromatic, low divergence, coherence), Types of lasers with specification & applications.
5. ULTRASONICS : Ultrasonic waves, Production & detection, Properties of Ultrasonics, Applications of Ultrasonic waves.
6. ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM : Magnetic forces on a current, Torque on a current loop, Hall effect and Hall devices, Circulating charges, Cyclotron & mass spectrometer, Faraday's law of induction, Lenz's law, Induction - a quantative study, Time varying magnetic fields, Betatron, Paramagnetism, Diamagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Nuclearmagnetism and NMR.
7. THERMOELECTRICITY : Seeback effect, Variation of thermo-emf with temperature, Thermoelectric series, Measurement of thermo-emf, Law of intermediate metals, Law of intermediate temperatures, Peltier effect, Thomson effect, Total emf in a thermocouple, Thermoelectric power, Applications of Thermoelectric effect.
8. MODERN PHYSICS : Artificial radioactivity, Artificial transmutation, Nuclear reactions and Q - value, Types of Nuclear reactions, Strcture of nucleus, Nuclear constituents, Proton - Nutron theory, General properties of nucleus, Atomic mass unit, Mass effect and packing fraction, Nuclear binding energy, Nuclear forces, Nuclear models.
9. NUCLEAR FISSION : Theory of Nuclear fission, Energy released in Nuclear fission, The chain reaction, Thermonuclear reactions, Atom - bomb, Stellar energy, Nuclear reactors.
10. X - RAYS : Discovery & production of X - Rays, Origin and properties of X - Rays, Diffraction of X - Rays, Bragg's law, X - Ray spectrometer and crystal structure, Powder method, Applications of X - Rays.
PRACTICALS : Practicals based on the above syllabus.
TEXTS / REFERENCES :
1. Engineering Physics - R.K.Gaur and S.L.Gupta, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
2. Physics Part II - D. Halliday and R. Resnick, Wiley Eastern.
3. Introduction to Classical and modern optics - J.R.Meyer Arendt, Prentice Hall.
4. Modern College Physics - H.E.White, Affiliated East-West Press.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
AMA 111 : APPLIED MATHEMATICS I
(C.M.E. CH. MET. ELN. IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA :
PR. : TOTAL : 100 MARKS
1. CALCULUS : Reorientation, Functions of one variable, Applications of Derivatives - Curvature, Successive Differentiation, Partial derivatives, Leibnitz rule for the nth order derivative of a function, Techniques of partial derivatives.
2. INFINITE SERIES : Sequences and their convergence, Convergence and Divergence of infinite series, Geometric series, P-Series, A necessary condition for convergence, Comparison test, Ratio test, Absolute convergence and conditional convergence of alternating series,
Expansion of functions: Maclaurian's & Taylor's expansion with reminder form, Indeterminate forms, L'Hospital's rule.
3. COMPLEX ALGEBRA : Complex numbers & their geometrical representation, Complex numbers in polar form, Demoivre's theorem and its applications, Exponential, Logarithmic, Trigonometric & Hyperbolic functions.
4. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS : Reorientation, Modelling of Engineering systems pertaining to first order differential equations, Exact differential equations, Integrating factors, Unified approach to first order ordinary differential equations, equations of first order and higher degree.
5. Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients and with variable coefficients, Models of higher order differential equations.
6. Method of variation of parameters and Simultaneous Linear differential equations, Method of solution in series, Bessel and Legendre's equations, Properties of Bessel functions, Introduction to Legendre polynomials.
TEXTS / REFERENCES :
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics : Erwin Kreyszig.( 6th Edition) John Willey & Sons.
2. Text Book of Engineering Mathematics : Srivastava - Dhavan, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
3. Differential Calculus : Shantinarayana , S.Chand & Co., New Delhi.
4. Advanced Calculus : Willfred Kaplan - Addition Weseley Publ. Co. Inc.
5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics : C.R.Wylie, McGraw-Hill Inc.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
ME 113 : ENGINEERING DRAWING (C.M.E.CH.MET.ELN.IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 2 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR. : 4 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
1. Plane geometry, Types of Lines, Lettering, Commercial Construction, Tracing of Curves.
2. Projections of points, Lines and projections on auxilliary planes.
3. Orthographic projection and isometric drawing of machine parts and sections.
4. Threads, Bolts, Studs, Nuts, Setocreas, Split trias, Keys, Rivets, Shafts, Pulleys, Foundation Bolts, Standard sections.
5. Cottre joints, Knuckle joint, Rivetted joints, Welded joints, Couplings.
6. Sketches of above parts.
TEXTS / REFERENCES :
1. Engineering Drawing : N.D. Bhatt, Charotar Pub.
2. Machine Drawing : N.D. Bhatt, Charotar Pub.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
CE 1101 : FUNDAMENTAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (C.M.E.CH.MET.ELN.IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR. : 3 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
(A) ENGINEERING MATERIAL :
1. (a) Stone Types and classification of stones Characteristics of good
stones choices and uses of stones Dressing of stones.
(b) Bricks classification of bricks Factors affecting quality of bricks
characteristics of good bricks As per ISI specifications-Field beasts of
bricks-special forms of bricks-bricks for specific purposes like Refractery bricks.
2. (a) Lime classification of Lime characteristics of good lime slaking process
of lime I.S.Specification of lime.
(b) Cement Basic ingredient of ordinary cement Physical properties of cement field examinations of cement storing of cement varieties of cement and its uses I.S.Specification of ordinary cement
3. Mortar and concrete specifications of ingredients for mortar and concrete classification of mortar and concrete selection of mortar and its uses precauting is using mortar production and quality control of concrete physical properties of concrete
4. (a) Timber charatoristics of good timber Importance of seasoring of timber
Requirements of good preservatives Market forms of timber.
(b) Plastics, steels and glass basic types of plastics
Physical & mechanical properties of plastics
Uses of plastics in various engineering field
Uses of steel properties of mild steel market forms of steel composition of glass properties and uses of glass special varieties of glass.
(B) SURVEYING :
5. Introduction Principle Roll of survey classification Basic instruments of linear and angular measurements chain, tape, compass uses field work and notes survey drawings conventional symbols scale.
6. Levelling Temporary adjustments field work computation of levels Arithmatic checks profiles and contours from senet data area measurements by field measurements from drawings.
(C) BUILDING CONSTRUCTION :
7. Types of constructions Typical details of load bearing & framed structures Brief discussion and illustrations sketches of typical important building components such as light and medium type foundations Lintels, flooring, roofing Different types of doors typical finishing items like plastering and painting.
(D) INTRODUCTORY ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
8. Terminology Air, water and land pollution Introduction to various types of pollution and remedial for control Ecology, Environmental Protection and legislation water and wastewater quality criteria Disposal of wastes.
II. TERMWORK :
Termwork will consist of practicals, drawings and sketches based on the above topics of all subjects.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Engg. Materials - S.C.Rangwala, Charotal Books Staff, Anand.
2. Building Material Janardan Jha.
3. Building Material Surendra Singh, Vikas Pub. Pvt. New Delhi.
4. Material of Construction D.N.Ghose, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd. New Delhi.
5. Introduction of Engg. Material Agrawal, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co.LTd. New Delhi.
6. Elementary Survey B.C.Punmia Vol-I. Laxmi Pub. Dariya Gunj, New Delhi.
7. Surveying & Levelling S.C.Rangwala, Charotar Pub. House, Anand.
8. Surveying & Levelling Kanetkar & Kulkarni Vol-I A.V.G. Prakashan, Puna.
9. A text book of Building Construction S.P.Arora and S.P. Bindra, Dhanpatai and Sons, Publishers.
10. Introduction to Environmental Engineering & Science Gilbert M Masters, Prentia Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
11. Water supply & Sanitary Engg. G.S.Birdie, Dhanpatrai & Sons.
12. Basic Civil Engineering Dr. P.D. Deshpande, Nirali Prakashan Pune.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
CE 116 : WORKSHOP I
(C.M.E.CH.MET.ELN.IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR. : 3 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
Carpentry : Names, use and setting of hand tools, constructionof halved single mortise and tenon joints, dovetail joint, bridle joint, oblique mortise and tenon joint and refter joint.
Smithy : Tools used for preparing simples jobs in hand forging.
Termwork : Each candidate shall submit to the examiners, the term work as mentioned below which will be alloted marks upto a maximum of 50 with a certificate from the Dean, Faculty of Technology & Engineering that it was completed by him in a satifactory manner within the walls of the college.
Carpentry : At least 4 different joints.
Smithy : At least 4 different jobs
When once a set of jobs has been submitted for the examination and marked. The marks will be carried over to a subsequent examination unless new jobs are presented. A candidate whose marks in term work are thus carried over shall be eligible for a class.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
MET 114 : MATERIAL SCIENCE
( C.M.E. CH. MET. ELN. IWM.)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : PR./ TW/ VIVA :
PR. : 2 TOTAL : 100 MARKS
1. Engineering requirements of materials :
Criterial for selection of materials for engineering applications on the basis of mechanical, electrical, thermal and chemical properties.
2. Structure of materials :
Atomic bonding, different types of bonds and coordination. Crystal structures, allotropism, crystalline and amorphous structure.
3. Metallic Materials :
Properties and applications, imperfections in crystals, elastic and plastic deformation of metallic materials, cold working and annealing, effect of grain size, alloying elements and heat treatment on properties of single phase and two phase materials.
4. Geramic materials :
Examples of ceramic materials. Bricks, concepte, cement refractories and glasses. Structure, properties and applications of above materials.
5. Organic Materials :
Polymerisation mechaninsms, hydrocarbon and polymer structure. Deformation and other behaviour of polymers. Properties and application of plastics, rubber, resins and wood.
6. Composite materials :
Cermats and power metallurgy product their preparation, properties and uses.
7. Electrical and magnetic materials, Electrical properties Electrical conductivity, conductors, insulators and semi conductors. Magnetic behaviour, soft and hard magnetic materials. Dielectric properties.
8. Stability of materials in service environment. Corrosion, oxidation and thermal stability. Production against corrosion.
S.S.B.E.I ( CIVIL & IWM)
SURVEYING-I
CE: 123
L-3 THEORY: 100 MARKS
TU-1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR/DRG 4 TOTAL: 150 MARKS
(I) THEORY
1. Different methods of levelling : LS and CS,
Contouring, sources kof error, curvature and refraction correction,permenant adjustment of level.
2. Plane table and accessories : Adjustments, Different plotting methods, errors in plane table survey, two point and three point problem.
3. Computation of areas and volumes : Boundary area, trapezoidal and simpsons rule,
planimeter, Area by coordinates and LMD volume computation by Ls,Cs , contour
maps and spot levels.
4. Study of Transit and optical theodolites, Adjustment,Transit survey, Latitude and
departure,Gale"s Traverse table, Permenant Adjustments, Numericals based on
above.
5. Tacheometry: Principle, Determination of constants, computation of distance and
levels, Inclined sights, Auto reduction tacheometer, Tangential tacheometry.
(II) TERM WORK:
Term work consists of practicals / drawing based on above topics of the subjects.
(III) TEXTS/REFERENCES:
1. Surveying and levelling- vol.I & II, Kanitkar and Kulkarni, Published by A.V.G. Prakashan, Pune-2
2. Surveying: - Vol.-I & II Dr. B.C.Punmia, Pub: Laxmi Publisher,New Delhi
3. Elementary Surveying : - S.K.Mahajan , pub: Dhanpatrai and sons, New Delhi.
4. Surveying : - Vol: I, Dr. K.R.Arrora,Standard Book House, Delhi-6.
S.S OF B.E.I ( CIVIL-IWM)
ME-124 FUNDAMENTAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
PAPER: 100 MARKS
LECTURE : 3,
TUTORIAL : 1
1. Properties of steam, steam boilers-classification and constructional details : steam engines, determination of HP, BHP & Mechanical and thermal Efficiencies, illustrated problems.
2. Classification of I.C. Engines- Otto , Diesel and combustion engines , 2- stroke engines and 4-stroke engines, H.P. , B.H.P.,Mechanical and thermal Effencies, illustrated problems.
3. Air compressors: types and uses.
4. Elementary idea of refrigeration and air conditrioning principles.
5. Transmission Power: - types of drivers, group and individual drivers- their merits and demerits. Belt, chain and gear drive and calculation of pulley sizes.
6. Elementary idea about workshop processes and tools - simple sand moulding , soldering, brazing , welding, rivetteing , punching, drilling and tools connected with each process.S.S.OF B.E.I (CIVIL-IWM)
AMA-121 APPLIED MATHEMATICS-II (Gen)
LECTURE-3 THEORY: 100 MARKS
PR/DRG. : 1 PR/TW/VIVA: 50 MARKS
TOTAL: 150 MARKS
1. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION:-
Functions of two variables-Definition, limit, continuity and partial Derivatives. Chain rule,Euler's theorem,Implicit functions, differentials, Applications of partial derivatives. ( Tangent plane and Normal line, Approximation. Maxima and Minima. Lagrange's Multiplier's method) Jacobians and transformations.
2. VECTOR CALCULUS: -
Reorientation., Sclar and vector fields., Gradient of a scalar function., Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector field and their applications.
3. ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY: -
Reorientation, Curvelinear co ordinates( polar,cylindrical and spherical) cone, cylinder, conicoids, surfaces and solids of revolutions.
4. Tangent planes and normal lines to above surfaces( by calculus method ),
Tracing of curves: cardiod, cycloid, leminiscate, spiral , four leaved rose.
5. MATRICES: -
Rank of a matrix, solution of homogeneous and non-homogeneous systems of linear equations. Eigen values and Eigen vectors of a matrix, Cayley-Hamilton theorem., special matrices : Hermitian, skew hermitian, orthogonal and Unitary matrices.
6. LAPLACE TRANSFORMATION: -
Laplace Transforms of elementary functions, Inverse Laplace Transforms , Linearity property, First and Second shifting theorem.
Laplace Transforms of derivatives and integrals,Applications of Laplace Transform in solving ordianary differential equations.
TEXTS/ REFERENCES:-
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics- By Erwin Kreyszing ( sixth edition) John wiley & sons.
2. Text Book of Engineering Mathematics - By Shrivastav and Dhavan , Dhanpat Rai and sons,Delhi.
3. Differential Calculus - By Shantinarayan S. , Chand & Co. ,New Delhi.
4. Advanced Calculus- By Wilfred Kaplan-, Addison Wesley Pub. co. Inc.
5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (sixth edition) - C.R. Wiley,Mc. Graw-Hill , Inc.
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E. I (C,M,E,CH,MET,ELN,I, IWM.)
AM 121 : APPLIED MECHANICS
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA: 50 MARKS
PR./DRG. : 3 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
(A) STATICS :
1. Introduction to the subject of applied mechanics and its various branches. SI units.
Force and force systems : Coplaner, concurrent and non-concurrent force systems. Resultant and resolutions, forces in space. Vectors. Operations on forces using vectors. Moment of force. Varignon's theorm. Couple and its properties. Resultant of a coplaner force systems. Concentrated and uniform loads. Resultant of a spatial force system. Wrench resultant.
2. Equilibrium : Equilibrium of a particle. External & internal forces. Equilibrium of ridig body. Types of supports. Structural members and beams. Reactions of beams. Determinateness.
3. Properties of lines, areas and solids : Centre of gravity. Centroids of lines and of basic and composite areas. Built-up sections. Product of inertias. Mass moment of inertia.
4. Trusses, frames and mechanisms : Connected bodies. Two force and three force members. Trusses. Method of joints. Method of sections. Determinateness of truss. Rigid and non-rigid frames. Simple mechanisms. Space frames.
5. Friction : Types of friction. Characteristics of a dry friction. Equilibrium on rough inclined plane. The wedge. The screw. The screw Jack.journal bearing. Axle friction. Thrust bearing. Disc friction. Clutches.
6. Transmission of power : Lifting Machine. Basic machines. The differential principles. Linear law. Belt drive. Velocity ratio. Compound belt drive-length. Transmission of power. Gearings. Train of wheels. Epicyclic gearing. Speed reduction gear. Differential gear.
(B) DYNAMICS :
7. Kinetics of a particle :Review of kinematics of a particle. Force, mass and acceleration. Rectilinear and curvilinear motion. D'Alembert's principle, work, power and energy. Impulse and momentum.
8. Kinetics of rigid bodies : Equations of motion. Translation. Fixed axis rotation. Problems involving frictions.
(C) STRENGTH AND ELASTICITY OF MATERIALS :
9. Simple stress and strains. Hook's law. Elastic limit. Ultimate stress. Factor of safety. Lateral strain. Possion's ratio. Stress concentration idea. Temperature stress. Simple shear, Elastic modulii relations.
TERMWORK : Practical and drawings : Experiments and ten graphic statics problems based on the above syllabus.
TEXTS / REFERENCES ;
1. Applied Mechanics - S.B.Junnarkar, Charotar Pub. House
2. Engineering Mechanics - J.L.Merium, John Wiley & Sons.
3. Vector Mechanics - F.P.Beer & E.R.Johnstons, Mcgrew Hill Book
Co.
4. Engineering Mechanics - Huges & Martin, E.L.B.S., Macmillan
International Pub. Group
5. Engineering Mechanics - K.L.Kumar, Tata McGrew-Hill Pub.Co.Ltd.
6. Applied Mechanics - A.Higton and W.B.Stiles, Prentice Hall.
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E. - I
CE 125 : BUILDING DRAWING
(C.M.E.CH.MET.ELN.IE. IWM. & COMSC)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU. : 1 PR./ TW/ VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR. : 3 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
(I) THEORY :
1. (a) Introduction to the subject of building drawing and strandard
conventional signs. Abbreviations. Architectural symbols. ISI
nomenclature : Size of scale. Standard method of dimensions.
(b) Significance of human and other natural factors and its effect on building
and planning and relation to drawing.
2. Introduction of municipal by-laws and I.S.Codes provisions w.r.t. subject.
3. Skeches of various important components of building w.r.t. load bearing and frames structures : Partition walls. Lintels. Footings. R.C.C.slab. Beam and Column. Foundation types. Sunsheds. Floorings. Arches.
(a) Standard thumb rules for size of a structural members.
4. Introduction to basic principles of planning :
Orientation Aspect. Prospect. Furniture requirements. Grouping. Circulation. Privacy. Climate. Economy. Sanitation considerations.
5. Standard furnitures Standard fixtures and appliances for building.
6. Drawing of building plan : Layout, design. Modular Co-ordination. Introduction to principles of drawing-plan, section at various levels and furniture layout.
7. Preparation of drawings based on the plan :
Complete alongwith site plan. Such as elevation. General sections. Detailed enlarged sections at particular locations like w.c. sinks, kitchen platform wash-basin stair-case etc.
(a) Introduction to terms : Complete drawing set. Informational drawing. Relation drawing. Slope drawing. As-build drawing.pictorial drawing.
(b) Perspective drawing : Optical illusion. Types of perspective. Station point. Vanishing point. Cone of vision. Measure lines. Picture plane. Exercises for drawing perspective objects and small buildings.
(II) TERMWORK :
Termwork will consist of report of site visit. Skecches and preparation of drawings based on the above topics of subject.
(III) TEXT / REFERENCES :
1.Building drawing and detailing : Dr.Balgopal, T.S. Prabhu. Dr.K.Vincent Poul, SPADES, K D F A Building Calicut.
2. Building planning and services (part-I) A.D.Joshi, Mrs. M.A.Joshi Publishers.
3. Civil Engineering drawing R.J.Malik, G.S.Med, New Asian Pub. Delhi-6.
4. Planning and designing buildings Y.S.Sane, Allied Book Stall, Pune-4 and Engineering book pub. Co.Pune-16.
5. working drawing Kaith styles.
6. Graphic details for architects Carl Kemmerich.
7. General architectural drafting W.E.Wyatt.
8. Practical perspective drawing P.J.Lawson.
9. Mannual of graphic techniques Tom Portar
10. National building code- I.S.Publisher
11. Indian Standard 962 and 2332 I.S.Publisher.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - II ( CIVIL & IWM)
AMA 211 APPLIED MATHEMATICS - III
L- 3 hrs Th. Paper - 100 marks
T- 1 hr PR/TW/VIVA - 50 marks
PR - 2 hrs Total - 100 marks
MULTIPLE INTEGRALS :-
Reorientation of concept of integrals, line integrals, double and triple integrals, evaluation techniques, change of order of integration , Integrals in polar and cylindrical co-ordinates ,transformation of multiple integrals, Application of double and tiple integrals for evaluation of evaluation of area, volume, mass.
VECTOR CALCULUS :-
Surface integrals, Green's theorem, Gauss divergence theorem, Stoke' s theorem, applications of integrals theorems.
FOURIER SERIES :-
Fourier expansion of peoriodic function with period 2, ( Fourier series of even and odd functions, half- range series, Fourier series of funtions with arbitrary period, conditions ofconvergence of Fourier series.
SECOND ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS :-
Second order Partial diff. equations, classification into elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic equations,models leading to 2nd order PDE''s, boundary value problems involving 2nd order PDE's and their solution by methods of separation of variables. Heat , Wave , & Laplace equations & their solution by method of separation of variables and using Fourier Series.
FUNCTION OF A COMPLEX VARIABLE :-
Limit, continity and derivative of functions of a complex variable. Analytic funtions of a complex variables. Analytic funtions and their applications : Harmonic, conjugate harmonic and potential functions.
TRANSFORMATIONS AND CONFORMAL MAPPINGS :-
Linear transformations of complex domains, some special transformations, bilinear transformation, transformations by some standard funtions, Conformal mapping , Applications of transformations and conformal mappings.
INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS, REGRESSION AND CORRELATION :-
Reorientation, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, correlation, rank correlations, rank correlationm, regression,curve fittings, method of least squares.
SAMPLING TECHNIQUES AND TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS :-
Population and smaples, Different methods of sampling, Probability distribution (discrete & continues), estimates of parameters confidence intervals . Testing of Hypothesis, Decisions.
Term work and Practicals in Statistics :-
1. Conversion of ungrouped data into group data, preparing frequency tables, simple charts and curves,histograms ogive curves.
2. Bivariate Distribution, codfficient of correlation.
3. Lines of regression , curve fittings
4. Continuous and discrete probability distributions ( Binomial , Poisson and normal ).
5. Samplings and standard errors.
6. Tests of significance.
7. Use of Software packages.
REFERENCES :
1] Advanced engineering Mathematics - Erwin Kreszig , John Willey and sons.
2] Introdution to Partial diffential equations - Donald Greenspan, McGraw-Hill Book Company
3] Advances Engineering Mathematics - C.R. Wylie, Mc- Graw Hill Book Company.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. II(C,M,E, Ch, Electro.,Met)
AM 211 MATERIAL & STRTUCTURES - I
L : 3 hrs THEORY : 100 marks
TU : 1 hr PR/TW/VIVA : 50 marks
PR : 2 hrs Total : 100 marks
DRG: 2 hrs
THEORY :
1. Types of beams and loads-Diagram of bending moment and shearing force in cantilever and simply supported beams under static loads. Analytically as well as graphically, with varying and distributed loads, Effect of couples.
2. Theory of simple bending : Distribution of normal stress due to bending moment of resistance, Beam of uniform strength, Flitched beam,Built up section under bending.
Distribution of shear stress : Principle stresses in beam, Curvature , slope and deflection of cantilever and simply supported beams including overhang beams, Carriage springs.
3. Resolution of stresses : Ellipse and circle of stresses, Principal planes , Principal stresses and strains, Mohr's stress and strain circle for various application of compound stress, Resilience of sudden impact and shock loading.
4. Eccentric loading : Tension or compression combined with bending , MIddle third rule , Wind pressure on walls and chimney , water pressure on dam.
Simple strut theory - Euler's and Rankine's Formula.
5. Stresses in thin cylinders subjected to internal pressure , Cylinderical shell with hemispherical ends, Spherical shell, riveted joints, Various types of failures, Design of rivetted connections.
6. Torsion of circular shafts of uniform sections. Torsional resilience Distribution of torsional stress -Angle of twist, Power transmissions from shafts. Combined Bending and Torsion including theories of failure Helical spring under Axial force.
7. Elementry theory of Reinforced cement concrete : Theory of bending as applied to rectangular beams and assumptions made, Relation between amount of reinforcement and position of neutral axis, Economic percentage of steel , Moment of Resistance of beams , Over and under balanced sections, Designs of beams and slabs.
TERM WORK :-
This will be presented by the candidated in the form of a laboratory journal and file consisting of graphic statics problems.
Laboratory Work :-
A minimum of ten experiements on testing of materials under tension, compression , shear , torsion, impact and hardness.
Graphic Statics :-
A minimum of ten exercise based on above items of the syllabus including graphical solution of forces in truss members.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Mechanics of Structures by Prof. S.B. Junnarkar.
2. Introduction to Mechanics of Solids by I.P. Kapila and S.N. Agnihotri.
3. Elementry Strenght of Materials by S. Timonshenko.
4. Strength of Materials by R.S. Khurmi.
5. Strength of Materials by Ramamurthan.
6. Strength of Materials by R.C. Patel , T.D. Bhagia, & B.M. Patel.
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - II
CE 218 : BUILDING PLANNING AND DESIGN
L : 2 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR / DRG. : 3 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
(I) THEORY :
(1) Preliminary Introduction to Historical review of classical stylesof Building -Ancient & Modern.
(2) (a)Principles of Town Planning :- Urban development plan- Regional plan - History and Growth of Indian towns Developments of sub-urban , satellite town etc.
(b)Town planning for Hot climate.
(c)Provision of Road Layout -City layout-Green Belt.
(3) Town planning and Building Planning Act- like Gujarat.
Town Planning Act. Factory Act, Land Aquisition act. etc.
(4) (a)Design of Public Building, Considerationm in planning of schools, Colleges, Libraries, Hospitals,Hotels, Cinema Theatres, office buildings, markets, High rise Buildings etc.
(5) (a) Design of Road side Amenities, Swimming pools,Bus Terminals Etc.
(b) Special considerations in planning of low cost Houses, Pre- fabricated Houses.
(c) Slum improvement proposals.
(6) (a) Principles of composition for 2-D plans- Repetitions, Contrast, Emphasis, Transition, Balance Axial Arrangement.
(b) Principles of composition for 3-D volumes, Rhythmy, Proportion and scale, character,Harmony, Balance , Cotrast Axial arrangement.
(7) (a) Land scaping and home gardening.
(b) Selection of Building site for various occupation.
(8) (a) Design of sun shading system - overhang, louvers, solar data, application of solar data to design louver system.
(b) Day lighting of Building and calculations, Artificial lighting.
(c) Elementry water supply and drainage scheme for a small bulilding..
(d) Elementry colour schemes for a Bunglow.
(II) Term Work : Term work will consists of Drawing based on the topics of the above subject.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
Building drawing and detailing : Dr. Balgonal, T.S.Prabhu Dr. K. Vinanat Paul, Spader, KDFA Building, Calicut.
Building Planning and Services : A. D. Joshi, Mrs. M. A. Desai Pub. (Part-I)
Civil Engg. Drawing : R.J.Malik, G.S.Med, New Asia Pub. Delhi-6
Planning & Desigining Building : Y.S.Sane, Allies Book Store, Pune 4 & Engg. Book Pub. Co. Pune-16
Working drawing Keith Stypes
Graphic details for architects Carl Kemmerkh
Generall Architectural Drafting W.E.Wyatt
Practical perspective drawing P.J.Lawson
Manual of Graphic techniques Tom Porter
National Building code I.S.Publisher
Indian Standard 962 2332 I.S.Publisher
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - II ( CIVIL & IWM)
CE 2106 FLUID MECHANICS - I
L- 3 hrs Th. Paper - 100 marks
T- 1 hr PR/TW/VIVA - 50 marks
PR - 2 hrs Total - 100 marks
(1) THEORY :
1. Indroduction to Fluid Mechanics and its role in Engineering Fluids defination and types. Fluid properties and types. Fluid properties and univ. of measurements. Fluid pressure hydrostatic pressure and distribution. Measurement of pressure gauges and manometers.
2. Hydrostatic forces on submerged surface areas plane and curved. Total pressure curved. Resultant pressure and center pressure and their computations.
3. hydrostatic forces on closed surfaces Buoyance stability of floating and submired bodies, metacentre and its determination. Relative equilibrium motion with linear uniform accelaration and uniform rotation.
4. Fluid flow - Centinum concept. Fluid particle and flow description. Types and classes of flow. Kinematics of flow flow velocity. Description of flow field-streamlines, pathline, steamline; streamline flow patter-steam function. Flow acceleration. Translation, rotation and deformation of fluid element. Circulation. Vorticity. Irretational flow velocity potential function, flow net. Equation of continuity.
5. Dynamics of flow : Fluid forces stress and strain. Equations of motion. Eulars equation. Berneullis theorem and its modifications and applications. Kinetic energy correction factor. C vitati phenemena. Vertex flow free and forced.
6. Fluid flow (imcompressible) through closed conduits : Laminar & turbulent flow Reynolds Experiment, Resistance to flow Froudes Experiment, Laminar flow through pipes ane between parellel plates, velocity distribution and loss of head. Turbulent flow through pipes. Friction factor for smooth and rough pipes. Moodys diagram and its use.
7. Minor loss of head in flow through pipe at expasion, etc. energy gradient and Hydraulic gradient syphone pipe flow through uniform pipe between two reservoirs. Compass pipe-equivalent length. Pipes in parallel. Branching pipes. Pipe line with laterals. Power transmission by pipes.
8. Flow measurements - Flow through orifices and mouth piec various types coefficient of discharge and velocity. Flow notch / weir rectangular triangular, cippoletti. Pipe flow measurements Venturimeter, orifice meter, nezzlemeter, elbow meter, rotameter, pitot tube.
II TERMWORK : Termwork experiments and tutorial will be based on the above topics.
TEXT BOOK / REFERENCES
1. Fluid Mechanics Part I R.M.Dave
2. Fluid Mechanics A.K.Jain
3. Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics : P.M.Mody and S.M.Seth
4. Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics and fluid machines : S.Ramamrutham
5. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines : R.K.Bansal
6. Applied Hydrodynamics : H.R.Vallentine
7. Fluid Machince- V.L.Streeter
FIRST SEMESTER OF B.E. - II ( CIVIL & IWM)
CE 3111 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY - I
L- 3 hrs Th. Paper - 100 marks
T- 1 hr PR/TW/VIVA - 50 Marks PR - 2 hrs Total - 100 marks
THEORY:
Shallow foundations :- Depth of footing, strip footing, pad footing, grillage foundation, combined footing, cantilever footing, raft foundation, foundation on black cotton soil, adjacent footing, machine foundation.
Vertical Circulation :-
(a) Stairs Technical terms, requirements of good stairs, dimensions of a step, classification of stairs.
(b) Lift :- Technical Terms, information to be provided by engineer, handling capacity, design considerations, types of lifts.
Thermal insulation :- Technical Terms, thermal insulating materials, general methods, thermal insulation of roofs walls, exposed doors and windows.
Acoustics :- Technical Terms, nature of sound, unit of measurement, effects of noise, behaviour of sound in enclosures, absorbants, acustic materials, common acoustic defects, sound insulation.
(a) Water distribution System :- Tech. Terms, materials, for pipes, conveyance and distribution of water within premises, general requirements for pipe works, prohibited connections, laying of service pipes, storage of water.
(b) Drainage :- The. Terms, principles of house drainage, economical planning, inspection chamber, traps, etc. systems of plumbing, septic tank.
(c) Refuse disposal in multistoreyed buildings.
(a) High-rise buildings :- Economics and advantages, orientation and planning, essential services-parking, illumination, etc. protection against earth quake.
(b) Ventilation and air conditioning :- Need for ventilation, effective temp., systems of ventilation, air-conditioning.
(a) Damp-proofing :- Causes of dampness, effects, methods of damp proofing, materials used for damp-proofing, DPC treatment.
(b) Termite proofing :- Types of termites, antitermite treatment, site preparation, soil treatment, physical structural barriers, post-construction treatment.
(a) Fire protection :- Fire hazards, fire load, grading of structural elements, grading of buildings, characteristic of fire-proofing materials, fire-resisting properties of common building materials, general fire safety requirements of buildings, fire resistant construction, fire alarms, fire extinguishing equipments.
(b) Building finishes :- White washing distempering, painting.
References :- 1) Shushilkumar, Building construction
2) Sharma and Kaul, Building Construction
3) B.C.Punamia, Building Construction
4) Bindra and Arora, Building Construction
TERMWORK :- Termwork will be based on the above topics .
S.S. B.E. II ( C, IWM )
CE 2107 : FLUID MECHANICS II
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR: 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
(1) THEORY :
1. Flow around submerged bodies and boundary layer theory:
Forces due to fluid flow-viscous drag, pressure drag and lift, Boundry layer theory Laminar and Turbulent Boundary layer Boundary layer, Thickness, Displacement thickness, momentum thickness. Boundary layer equation. Momentum equation for laminar Boundary layer on flat plate. Turbulent and transitional boundry layer over flat plate. Boundry layer separation and its control stream lined bodies. Drag and lift for flow around cylinder, sphere and flat plate, Free fall of a body through fluid- (1.5 Units)
2. Dimentional and model analysis:
Physical quantities and their dimensions. Dimesional homogenity.Rayleigh's method. Buckingham's II theorem method. Utility of model analysis. Hydraulic similitude. Model laws. Scale effect ship-model testing. Distorted models. 11/2 units
3. Open Channel Flow:-
Types and characteristics. Steady uniform flow through open channels.
Chezy's Manning's- Bazin's-Kutter's equations. Determination of normal depth. Most economical sections. Specific energy and specific concepts, Critical flow- critical depth and velocity. Types of slopes. Specific energy in nonrectangular channels. Velocity distribution in open channels. Velosity and discharge measurment in open channels- Channel transitions. Use of Pitot tube, Current meters, Pitot tube, Wiers and flumes. 11/2 units
4. Steady non uniform flow, Flow through open channels:- Gradually varied flow- differential equation, free surface profiles, Backwater and drawdown curves, Length of G.W. flow.
Rapidly varied flow- hyraulic jump in rectangular channels, sequential depths, loss of energy, Transient flow- surges in open channnels. 11/2 units
5. Pipe Flow:- Pipe line with pump/turbine, pipe network. Water hammer in pipes-its effects, Rigid water columns theory , elastic water coloumn theory- sequence of events, pressure water and its velocity. Surge tank- uses and types- 1 units.
6. Impact of jets on vanes- Stationary and moving, Flat and curves, flow over radial vane, applications, compressible fluid continuity, momentum and energy eqations, isothermal and adiabatic process, velocity of pressure wave, Mach number 1 unit
II TERMWORK : Termwork, experiments and tutorials will be based on above
topics.
TEXT BOOK / REFERENCES :
1. Fluid Mechanics part II : R.M. Dave
2. Engineering Fluid Mechanics : K.L. Kumar
3. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics : P.N. Modi and S.M. Seth
4. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics : S.Ramamurthan
5. Fluid Mechanics and Hyraulic machine : R.K. Bansal
6. Open channel Hydraulics : Van Te Chow
7. Fluid Mechanics : Massary
S.S. B.E. II ( C, IWM )
CE 2108 : SURVEYING II
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR: 4 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
(1) THEORY :
1)Geometry of circular curves- degree of curve layout of curves by chain and tape- Rankins method of deflection-obstacles in layout and of circular curves- 2 theodolite method, numericals.
2) Geometry of compound and reverse curves, Layout of the same in field- vertical curves-computation of levels for vertical curves. Transition curves-theory-superelevation- Length of the transition curve, Ideal transition curve- Cubic parabola and field layout- numerical based on the same.
3)Geodetic survey:- Triangulation and precise traversing, Priciples,Classificaiton, Stations and signals-water visibility-Measurment of angles-Satellite station. Base line measurment-Reconnaissance survey and planning of subsequent operations. Brief description of the theory of errors applied in adjustment of angles-computation.
4)Astronomy- Latitude, Longitude- true bearing of a survey lines- celestial sphere and coordinate system for locating a celestial object Z.P.S. triangle, Time -Siderial and solar time- Equation of time- Greenwich and local time-Simple methods of determining latitude, longitude and true bearing of x line.
5)Aerial surveys and photogrammetric mapping. Phototheodolite and terestrial photogrametry areial compass-scale-flight planning overlaps-photometry- rectification of areial photographs for tilt. Height distorsion in aerial photographs.
6 ) Stereoscopy-parrallax measurement and height determination from the same vertical exaggration. Ground control for aerial surveys-extension of ground control by Arunadels method and slotted templet preparation form of photographs map by sketchmaster-different stereoplotting instruments-economics of aerial survey and photo mapping.
II Practicals and termwork will consists of laboratory practicals-Drawings and tacheometry field book data and computation.
Text/Reference
1. Surveying Vol. II and III Dr. B.C.Punamia Pub: Laxmi Pub. New Delhi
2.Advance survey S.K. Mahajan, Pub Dhanpatrai and sons- Delhi 110006
3. Surveying and Levelling Part II T.P. Kanetkar and Kulkarni Pub A.V.G. Prakashan Poona - 2
4. Surveying Vol II Dr. K.R. Arora, Pub Standard Book House.
5. Advance surveying R.Agot, Pub Khanna Pub Nai Sarak Delhi
6. Photogrametry- Francis Homoffit Pub. International text book co Pennsylnia.
7. Elements of Photogrametry Paul USSR. WOLF Pub Mcgraw Hill Kogakusha Ltd. New Delhi
S.S. B.E. II ( C, IWM )
E 2705: FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGG
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR: 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
(A) ELECTRIC CIRCUITING
(1) D.C. circuits : Review of Ohm's Law, Kirchoof's laws,Series parallel connnections, Solution of simple D.C. circuits.
(2) A.C. Circuits : Sinusoidal e.m.f. and currents, R.M.S. value. Phaser representation. Voltage current relations in purely resistive, inductive and capacitive circuits and their series combination. Power and Power factor.
Poly Phase system : Voltage and current relation and power inbalanced 3 phase system
(B) ELECTRICAL MACHINES:
(3) D.C. Generators: Principle of working, Types of generators, Their characteristics and applications
D.C. Morors: Principle of working, Types of motors, Their characteristics and applications
(4) Transformers: Review of Faraday's law and Lenz's law. Self and mutual induction. Principles of working of transformer. E.M.F. equation. Uses of Transformer.
Induction motor : Principle of working and applications
(5) Alternators : Principle of working, E.m.f. equation.
Syn. Motor: Principle of working, Special features and its application
(C) FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS:
(6) Qualitative Semiconductor Theory: Conductors, Semiconductors and insulators. Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Conduction in PN and NPN junctions. Their characteristic. Zener diode Photodiode and display devices
TERMWORK:- About 8 to 10 experiments based on the above syllabus
TEXT / REFERENCE
1. Applied Electricity by H.Cotton
2. Electrical Technology by B.L. Theraja
3. Advance Electrical Technology by H.Cotton
4. Problems in Electrical Engg by Parker Smith
SECOND SEMESTER B.E. II ( C, IWM )
AM 224 : ELEMENTS OF IT, PROGRAMMING AND NUMERICAL METHODS
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR: 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
1. Elements of a Computer Processing System : Hardware CPU, Storage devices and media, VDU, Input output devices, Data Communication equipment, Software-System software, Application software.
2. Operating Systems : Typical commands of DOS, GUI-Windows.
3. Computers and Communication: Single user, Multi-user, Workstation, Client/ server systems, Computer networking, Information concepts and processing, Internet facilities.
4. Elements of Programming : Languages of Computer and Flowcharting, Constants and variables. Formatted/unformatted Input/output Statements.
5. Structured programming. Decision and loop Control Statements. Subscripted variables and implied looping.
6. Numerical methods : Initial value problems and methods of solutions such as Picard method, Eulers method and Runga-Kutta method.
7. Numerical Integration and Differentiation. Finding roots of algebraic and transcendental equations.
8. Selected examples from Civil Engineering field for Numerical and Computer Applications.
TERM WORK
Solution to problems based on the above syllabus.
BOOKS/REFERENCES
1. Fundamentals of Computers Rajaraman V., 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1999.
2. Theory of Problems of Programming with FORTRAN including Structured FORTRAN Lipschtz S. and Poe A. Schaums Outline Series, McGraw-Hill, Inc., New Delhi.
3. The C Programming Language Ritchie, D. M. and Kernighan B. W.
4. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods Rajaraman V., Prentice-Hall India.
S.S. B.E. II ( Civil )
G 225 : ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
Tu : 1 PR/TW/VIVA : 50 MARKS
PR: 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
1. Physical Geology :
Evolution of the Earth. Age and internal constitution of the earth-seismic, lithologic and chemical. Earth-quakes volcanoes. Weathering processes Geological work of river, wind, glaciers and groundwater.
Principles of stratigraphy, the main physical features and tectonic divisions of India. Brief account of lithology structure, distribution and economic aspects of the important geological formations of India.
2. Structural Geology :
Concept of dip and strike, Mechanical principles. Different types of folds, faults and their machanism. Joints and their classification. Unconformities, outliers and inliers.
3. Minerology :
Physical properties. A detail study of rock forming minerals.
4. Petrology :
Origin evolution and classification of igneous rocks, forms, structures and composition of igneous rocks. Classification of sedimentary rocks elastic and non-elastic. Origin, structural and mineralogical characters of sedimentary rocks. Structures on sedimentary rocks.
F.S of B.E - III (Civil)
AMC 311 : Theory of Structures - I
L- 4 hrs Paper(3hrs) : 100 marks
Tu -1 hrs PR/TW/VV/PROJ.: 50 marks
Pr-2 hrs Total : 150 marks
1. Elastic vibrations, Application to simple structural problems, principles and Castigliano's Ist Theorem.
2. Slopes and deflections of beams and trusses , Moment area method,Conjugate beam method, Virtual work method ,Strain energy
3. Unsymmetrical bending, Shear Centre and Thick Cylinders, Beams with large initial curvature.
4. Fixed beams under various loading patterns and with yielding of supports.
5. Continous beams- Theorem of three moments.
6. Theorem of least work and its application to statically indeteminate beams, Frames and trusses.
7. Rolling loads- Maximum shear force and bending moment envelopes, influence lines for simply supported beams and trusses, influence lines for propped cantilevers, Muller-Breslau's principle.
TERM WORK
It consists of submmission containing lab /tutorial/drawing/design work done based on above stated syllabuls.
TEXT/REFERENCES
1. Mechanics of Structure by Prof. S.B. Junnarkar and H.J.Shah Charotar Publishing House
2. Basic Structural Analysis by C.S. Reddy Tata McGraw Hill Publications
3. Elementary Structural Analysis by C.H. Morris and J.B Wilbur McGraw Hill PublicationsF.S of B.E - III (Civil)
CE 3109 ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY
LE-4 Pr-2 Paper(3hrs) : 100 marks
Tu -1 Dr-- PR/TW/VV/PROJ.: 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
1. Introduction: Development in hydrology and its role in water resources
projects, hydrologic Cycle.,
Precipitation: Types and forms of percipitaiton, water losses, evaporation, interception, evapotranspiration etc. runoff hydrometric network, optimum network.
2. Rainfall Rain gauge Instruments and their installation, Methods of computing average Rainfall, Mean Annual Rainfall, Duration Curves,Depth-Area Curves.
3. Evaporation Factor affecting evaporation, methods of measurement, preventive measures, evapo-transpiration and its mesurements
4. Infiltration Infiltration Rate Infiltration indices, Factors affecting infiltration, methods of determination, infiltrometers,
5. Runoff Factors affecting Runoff,estimation of runoff runoff coefficient empirical formula infiltration method and depandable yield
6. Hydrograph Analysis, Unit Hydrograph, Derivation of Unit Hydrograph, Chainging the duration of unit hydrograph, instanteous hydrograph, Synthetic unit hydrograph
7. Flood Estimation Flood estimation by hydrograph, other methods of flood estimation, flood frequency, probable maximum flood mass curve
8. Ground Water Importance, Origin, Occurence -Aquifers, Zones of underground water, Types of Aquifers, Specifiec Yield, Storage Coefficient, Recharge of Ground water- Artificial methods Ground water investigaions methods- Introduction
TERM WORK
T.W. Based upon above topics.
TEXT/REFERENCES
1. Engineering Hydrology- K Subramanya (Tata McGraw Hill Pub.)
2. Engineering Hydrology H.M. Raghunath(Wiley Eastern Pub.)
3. Engineering Hydrology Jayarami Reddy (Laxmi pub)
4. Ground Water Hydrology D.K.Todd (John Wiley and Sons)
5. Hydrology and water Resources Engineering S.K. Garg (Khanna Pub.)
F.S of B.E - III (Civil)
AMC 313 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING I
LE-4 Paper(3hrs) : 100 marks
Tu -1 PR/TW/VV/PROJ.: 50 marks
Pr-2 Total : 150 marks
1. Original and Occurance of soils -soil structure, functional relationship
2. Physical and Index Properties ,Classification of soils, laboratory and field compaction
3. Permeability, Flow nets and seepage
4. Consolidation and Settlements, Evaluation of Consolidation parameters
5. Shear Strength of soil, Laboratory shear strength measurement, Shear strength of granular and cohesive soils
6. Stress distribution below soil mass, Pressure bulb and Contact pressure,
7. Elements of rock mechanics
8. Soil Exploratrion, Soil Sampling
TERM WORK
It Consists of submission containing Lab/Tuto/Drg/Design Work done based on above stated syllabuls
TEXT / REFERENCES
1. Soil Engineering Vol1 by Alam Singh Asia Pub House
2. Soil Behaviour by Lambe and Whitman Nostrand Co.
3. Elements of Soil Mechanics by Craig App. Sc. Pub.
4. Soil Mehanics by Oza H.P. Charotar Pub.
5. Soil Testing for Engineers by Lamb T.W Wiley Pub.
6. Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics by Farmer
7. Soil Mechanics and Foundations by B.C. Punamia Standard Pub.
F.S of B.E - III (Civil)
CE 3110 TRANSPORTATION ENGINNERING I
LE-4 Pr-2 Paper(3hrs) : 100 marks
Tu -1 Dr-- PR/TW/VV/PROJ.: 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY
(A) RAILWAY ENGINEERING
1. Permanent Way Cross sectional elements, Types, Selection of Sleepers, Rails and Fixtures and Fastenings, Maintainence programs
2. Railway points. Railway crossing and turnover, their components and layout consideration, Railway signalling, Control systems and Interlocking
3. (a) Railway Station Yards, Layouts and Equipments
(b) Stresses in Track Structures
(c) Modernization of Railway Track, Rapid Transit
(B) BRIDGE ENGINEERING
4. (a) Bridge Engineering,Structures, Functions of Components,
(b) Classification
(c) Surface and Sub Surface investigation of Bridge site.
5. Introduction to hydrulic structural ,functional, asthetic, traffic alignment, and econmic aspects of bridge design
6. (a) Bridge Superstructure for various spans ranges and of different materials
(b) Temporary Movable bridges, Culverts and Causeways
(c) Bearing for Bridge Structure, Abutment Pier and guide bank construction
(C) HARBOUR ENGINEERING
7.(a) Classification of harbour-layout functions of each components - Requirementsof good harbour
(b) Coastal environmental factors.
(c) Navigation aids, type, purpose
8. Harbour planning, Principles - on shore and off shore facilities - Port development in India.
9. Construction features of break waters, peirs, wharf,quay,jotty and dock structures -
II Termwork- Termwork will be based on the above topics of the syllabus.
Texts / references A text book of Railway Engineering - Saxsena and Arora - publisher : Dhanpatrai and sons.
1. Principles of Railway Engg. - Rangwala SC Publisher - Charator pub.
2. Principles and practiceof Bridge Engg. - S.P. Bindra -pub. Dhanpatrai and sons.
3. Essentials of Bridge Engg. - D Johnson Victor - Pub. Oxford & IBH Pub.Co.
4. Bridge Engg. : S.Ponuswamy - Pub. Tata Mcgraw Hill
5. Docks & Harbour Engg. - Binder - Pub; Dhanpatrai Sons.
6. Port Engg. - per brum pub. Gulf Pub. Co. (1976)
7. Designand Construction of Ports & Marine structures - Quinn A linzodef - Pub.Mcgrawhill Co.
8.
9.
F.S of B.E - III (Civil)
CE 315 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II
LE-4 Pr-2 Paper(3hrs) : 100 marks
Tu -1 Dr-- PR/TW/VV/PROJ.: 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY
1. Tunner engg. - scope-classification : tunnels and uses Economics -design of tunnel cross sections - topographical & geological investigationsin tunneling-shafts-dewatering-mucking operations-haulage equipmentsused in tunneling.
2. Tunnelling operations in soft rock-problems of temporary supports in soft rocks-shield tunneling - permanent supports-rockbolts. Tunnelling in hand-rock-drilling by different methods - blasting and blasting materials-blasting technicques-steel ribs-concrete lining-shoft crete and grouting - Requirement of tunnels for High ways/railways water supply sewage lines.
3. Shallow and deep foundations -
Spread footing-combined footing - grillage and raft foundations different types of piles and pile foundations.
Deep foundation with open well foundations - bax caisson- tilts and tilt concrection in open well foundation-pneumatic caission-caission disease and precutions.
4. Dewatering in foundations - cofferdams-different types and their merits-Dowatering by open pumping deep well system-under water construction - artificial freezing - under water concreting - quantiting - use of sand drains in made up marhy soils.
5. High Rise buildings-classification and advantages of high rise buildings-problems associated with high use buildings -orientation and planning for environment - protection against fine and earthquake-essential service facilities.
6. Development of different construction materials fibre reinforcements - hight weight concrete aeriated concrete-precast and prestressed concrete units-Epoxy resins-properties of cement concrete-concrete mix design methods.
TERMWORK
TW will be consist of drainings and sketches based on the above topics.
TEXT AND REFERENCES :
1. Tunnels - Planning, design and construction Vol.I & II - J.V.Bartlet and
Mcgraw-pub-Ellis Hardward ltd.(Div.Johnwiley & Sons) New York.
Foundation Design and Construction - N.J. Tomlinson - Pub.-Pitman pub
US Concrete technology - Navella
2. Tunnell Engg. - Subash Sexena - Pub. Dhanpatrai andsohns, Hai sarak
Delhi 6
Construction by Binder and Arora Pub. Dhanpatrai and sons. - Naisarak
Delhi - 6
Construction by Rangwala - Pub.-Charotar Pub. Co.Anand
3. Construction by Sushil Kumar
4. Construction by Sharma and Kaul
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E.III(CIVIL)
AM 321: THEORY OF STRUCTURES-I I
L : 3 THEORY : 100 marks
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV/PROJ : 50 marks
PR : 2 Total : 150 marks
THEORY:
1. Moment distribution method for beams and frames withouit sway and with sway , with and without yielding of supports
2. Slope deflection method
3. Column analogy method-application to simple problems only, Stiffness and carryovers for beams
4. Three hinged and two hinged arches , Symmetrically loaded fixed arches.
5. Suspension bridges without stiffening girders and with three hinged or two hinged stiffened girders
6. Introduction to flexibility and stiffness methods. Introduction to strain measurement.
7. Plastic theory for steel beams and frames-plastic hinges Collapse mechanism - load factor - shape factor - collapse load design of members for flexure.
TERM WORK :
It consists of submission containing Lab/Tuto/Drg/Design work done based on above stated syllabus.
TEXT/REFERENCES :
1. Theory of Elasticity by Timoshenko, S.P. and Goodier, J.M. ,
McGraw Hill Publication.
2. Mechanics of Structures Vol. I I by S.B. Junarkar &H.j. Shah.
3. Indeterminate structural analysis by J.S. Kinney, Addison-wesley publication.
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E.III(CIVIL)
AM 321: STRUCTURAL DESIGN I
L : 3 THEORY : 100 marks
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV/PROJ : 50 marks
PR : 2 Total : 150 marks
THEORY :
(A) CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY & REINFORCED CONCRETE :
Introduction - Loads on Structures - Codes of Practice.
Materials used for concrete - structural concrete.
Design theories - working stress method - singly reinforced section flanged beam. Transformed Section. Limit State method Singly reinforced beam doubly reinforced beam flanged beam.
1. Shear and development length.
Design for shear, check for development length, anchor length.
Bearing stress around the bend. Serviceability requirements- check for deflection and cracking.
2. Design of simply supported and cantilever beam - simple practical problems.
3. Design of simply supported one way and two way slabs - cantilever slabs - simple practical problems.
4.
(B) STEEL STRUCTURES :
Advantages of steel structures - properties of structural steel - design methods - standard sections - IS code of practices.
Conncetions : Roveted, Bolted and welded connections for axial and eccentric loads, High strength friction grip bolts.
1. Tension members - net area - lug angle - tension splice.
2. Compression members - slenderness ratio-permissible stresses-tacking rivets - design of simple struts.
3. Beam and compound beams - permissible stresses - curtailment of flange plates - lateral instability of compression flange - web beam subjected to beading about two axes.
4.
TERM WORK :
It consists of submission containing Lab/Tuto/Drg/Design work done based on above stated syllabus.
TEXT/REFERENCES :
1. Reinforced concrete by H.J.Shah - Charotar Pub. House
2. Reinforced concrete by S.K.Mallick and A.P.Gupta - Oxford & IBH Pub.
3. Design of steel structures by Kazini & Jindal - Prantice hall.
4. Design of steel structures by A.S. Arya & Ajmani, Nemchand and Brothers.
5. Reinforced concrete by Sinha & Roy - Nemchand Brothers.
6. steel structures by T.J.Mac Ginley - E & ENSPON
7. Design of steel structures - Ramchandra
8. Design of steel structures - Dayaratnam
9. I.S. 456 - I.S.Code of Practice for plain & Reinforced concrete
10. I.S. 800 - Code of practice for use of structural steel in building
S.S. OF B.E.III(CIVIL)
AM 323 : GROUND WATER HYDRAULICS
LE-3 PR-2 Paper(3 Hours) : 100 marks
TU-1 DR- PR/TW/VV/PROJ : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY :
1. Ground water movement : Confined and uncofined flow; Darcy's Law and its validity, coefficient of permeability & its measurement, intrinsic permeability. Transmissibility steady unidirectional flow - confined and unconfined (Dupuit's theory); its applications.
2. Ground Water flow principles : Hydrodynamic equation - Generalised Darcy's law. General equation of continuity - Laplace equation. Two dimensioned flow - flow net, horizontal confined flow with uniform thickness. Flow equation for unconfined equifer - two dimensional flow. Anisotropic media - equivalent equifer - two dimensional flow. Anisotropicmedia equivalent permeability, refrection of flow lines. Elastic properties of confined aquifers.
3. Well - Hydraulics : Steady radial flow to a well ina confined equifer and well in an unconfined aquifer. Well in unconfined aquifer with uniform recharge well in confined aquifer with uniform flow. Determination of transmissibility.
4. Unsteady radial flow to a well in confined aquifer - Thies method, Jacob's method. Unsteady radial flow in anunconfined aquifer well losses. Specific capacity of wells. Well efficiency. Gravel packs. Infiltration galleries . collactor wells.
5. Ideal fluid flow concepts - uniform flow source and sink. Discharge well in uniform flow. Flow between discharge - Recharge wells. Well near and stream, well near impermeable boundary. Method of images.
Partially penetrating well. Multiple well system.
Interference among wells.
6. Ground water withdrawal : Various types of pumps.
Reciprocating pumps - components, working, types, work done indicator diagrams, use of airvessels.
Centrifugal pumps - components, working, types, work done, head, power, efficiencies, specific speed, characteristic curves, vavitation, properller ump.jet pump. Air lift pump, gear pump. Selection of pumps and power requirements.
7. Salt water intrusion : Occurance, Ghyben Harzberg relation shape and structure of interface, upconing, methods of control.
8. Ground water modelling, types of models, porous media and models, non-electrical analog models, electric analog digital computer models.
TERMWORK : T.W. & / or Practicals will be based on above topics.
TEXT BOOK / REFERENCES :
1. Ground water hydrology : D.K.Todal, John Wiley and sons.
2. Engineering Hydrology : E.M. Wilson, Elbs and Macmillon.
3. Hydrology / Geohydrology : David and Dewiest
4. Gound water and seapage : H.G. Harry, McGraw Hill Book Co.
5. A text book of hydrology and water resources.
6. R.K. Sharma, Dhanpet rai and sons.
7. Fluid mechanics Part II : R.M.Dave, Acharya Book Depot.
Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics : Modi and Seth, Standard Book House.
S.S. OF B.E.III(CIVIL)
CE 3214 : ESTIMATION, VALUATION AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
LE-4 Paper(3 Hours) : 100 marks
PR/ DR-2 PR/TW/VV/PROJ : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY (1) Types of Estimate Approximate and detailed estimate of C.E.Work and Standard mode and units of measurements.
(2) Estimate of Buildings Residential and Public
(3) Estimate of RCC works and steel structures Culverts, Roads, Water Supply and Sanitary works, Irrigation works.
(4) Task work of labours Material and labour schedule-Framing Role analysis S.O.R.
(5) (a) Tendering and contract procedures
- Types and relative merits
(b) Contract documents conditions of contract subcontract and Engineers Duties and responsibilities
(6) (a) Specification Writory principles
(b) P.W.D. System of administration accounts and Technical sanction billing and extra item works organization.
(7) Valuation Terms related to the valuation of real property factors affecting valuation of land and building depreciations methods cash flow diagram.
(8) (a) Methods of valuation of Real property-valuation tables valuation reports.
(b) Fixation of standard rent
(c) Arbitration procedure.
TERMWORK : The termwork for the subject will be based on the above topics of the syllabus. A site visit of bldg. Under construction with a view to illustrate std. Mode of measurements.
TEXTS / REFERENCE (1) Elements of Estimating and costing (Professional practice-S.C.Rangwala pub., Charotar Book stall.
(2) Estimating and costing B.N.Dutta Pub. : S.Dutta and Co.Lucknow.
(3) Estimating and costing S.P.Chandola and Vazirani Pub. Khanna Pub.
(4) Textbook of Estimates and costing (Civil Engg. PG.S.Birdi Pub., Dhanpatrai and sons.
(5) Estimating, costing, specification and valuation in Civil Engg. principles and applications and M.Chakraborti pub., M. Chakraborty 10th edition.
(6) Valuation of Real properties S.C.Rangwala pub. Charator book stall.
(7) Civil Engineering contracts and estimates Patil (Pub. Orient Longman).
(8) Fundamentals of Public works procedure and Account K.N.Pandya pub. P.R.Mehta.
(9) Quantity Survey (Estimation & CE Work PLBHasin (Pub. S.C.Chand & Co.)
(10) Mode of Measurements of Civil Engineering Works I.S.1200.
S.S. OF B.E.III(CIVIL)
CE 3313: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - I
LE-3 PR-2 Paper(3 Hours) : 100 marks
TU-1 DR- PR/TW/VV/PROJ : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
1. Water requirement Design periods, population estimates.
2. Development of water supplies surface water supplies, Ground water supplies.
3. Quantities of wastes, residential, commercial and industrial waste volumes and their variations.
4. Water Transmission
Transmission systems, hydraulic considerations, desing of transportation systems, structural requirement, material of construction, appurienances, anchorages.
5. Water Distribution
Distribution systems, basic requirements of capacity and pressure, hydraulic design, network analysis system layout fire hydrants, house connections, distribution reservoirs.
Pumping : Necessity, pumps-types, characteristics, selection, cavitation.
6. Water and water waste water quality
Water quality criteria for drinking of objectives of sanitary surveys and sampling, standards-physical, chemical and biological purpose and other beneficial uses of water examination and water and waste water.
7. Environmental sanitation :- Water-borne diseases, air sanitation, refuse disposal, excreta disposal, arthopod borne diseases, rodent control, occupational health.
8. Vital statistics, occumpational health, refuse disposal.
FIRST SEMESTER OF BE. IV (CIVIL)
AM 411 STRUCTURAL DESIGN II
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV : 50 MARKS
DR : 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
(A) REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES :
1. Practical Problems On Simply Supported and cantilever beams and slabs - Design for torsion.
2. Continuous beams, continous one way and two way slabs.
Redistribution of moments, stair cases.
3. Axially and eccentrically loaded columns and walls, shear walls. Use of design aids.
4. Combined, strap and strip footings.
5. Structural analysis, Gravity loads, Approximate analysis for wind and earthquake loads, portal and cantilever methods.
(B) STEEL STRUCTURES :
1. Plate girders, Design and details, construction details, Cinema balcony plate girder.
2. Axially loaded stanchtions, Structural sections including tubular columns, Internal building columns, Built up stanchions, Laced and Battened stanchions, Beam column connections, Cased stanchions, Construction details.
3. Eccentrically loaded stanchions, Eccentricity of loading, code requirement, corner building stanchions.
4. Stanchion bases, Slab bases, Gussetted bases, Eccentrically loaded bases, bases subjected to bending about two axes, pocket bases.
5. Design problem of steel building.
TERM WORK :
The termwork including viva will consist of drawing and reports based on the above syllabus.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Reinforces concrete by H.J.SHAH (Charotar Pub,)
2. Reinforced concrete by S.K.MALLICK & GUPTA, ( Oxford 7 IBH Pub.)
3. Reinforced concrete by SINHA & ROY.
4. Steel structures by A.S.ARYA & AJMANI, ( Nemchand & Bros.)
5. Design of steel structures by KAZIMI and JINDAL(Prenctice Hall Pub)
6. Steel Designer's Manual (ELBS pub.)
7. Steel Structures by T.J. Macginely, E&F N SPON
FIRST SEMESTER OF B. E. IV(C)
AM 412 MATRIX ANALYSIS OF FRAMED STRUCTURES
(ELECTIVE-I)
(GROUP A)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV : 50 MARKS
DR : 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
1. Existing Methods and Principles of Matrix structural Analysis, Static and Kinematic Indeterminacies, Stable and Unstable Structures, Flexibility and Stiffness Influence coefficients
2. Analysis of Beams, Trusses , Frames and Grids by Stiffness systems approach under loading, prestrained, tempurature and support settlement
3. Analysis of Beams, Trusses, Frames and Grids by Flexibility System approach underloading, prestrained tempurature and support settlement
4. Analysis of Beams, Trusses , Frames and Grids by Stifness member
approach underloading, prestrained tempurature and support settlement. Rotation and transformation of axes in two and three dimensions.
5. Analysis of Beams, Trusses, Frames and Grids by Flexibility member approach underloading, prestrained tempurature and support settlement
6. Analysis of problems of Elastic Supports by Matrix methods.
TERM WORK
The termwork including viva will consist of drawing and reports based on the above syllabus.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures by Weaver W.and Gere J. M. (CBS publishers and distributors New Delhi)
2. Structure Analysis - A Matrix Approach by Pandiot G.S. and Gupta S.P.
(Tata McGraw Hill Pub.)
CE 4116 F. S. OF B. E. IV(C) ELECTIVE - I
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - II
LE - 3 Paper(3hours) : 100 marks
TU - 1 PR/ DR - 2 TW Incl Viva : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY
(A) Highway Engineering
1. Role of Roads in the development of nation, Planning concepts, Necessity, Road development Plan of India, Role of various organization, Master Plan, Financing,organizaitons
2. Goemetic Designs of Highways and Roads in Urban Areas, Classificaton and consideration in fixing alignment of roads
3. Traffic Engineering, Problems, Surveys and design and control measures for traffic, intersections design
4. Pavement design, Types and Factors affecting the pavement performance, IRC guidelines for design of Flexible and Rigid Pavement
5. A) Materials for road construction properties, laboratory test
B) Road construction methods of low, intermediate and high type pavement using various materials and for diff. Geo-climatic regions machinery and equipment.
C) Highway drainage
D) Routine and periodic maintenance of Highways
(B) AIRPORT ENGINEERING
a) Airport Planning classification site selection
b) Layouts of airports geometric design standards of runway, taxiway
c) Airport obstructions-visual and air traffic control aids Airport drainage
d) Terminal area design
TERMWORK : Students will be required to submit termwork consisting the lab. Journal, sketches and report based on the syllabus of the subject.
TEXT BOOKS / REFERENCES
1. Highway Engg. : S.k.Khanna & C.E.G.Justo pub. Nem Chand & Sons Roorkee 1991 Edition.
2. Principles, practice and design of Highway Engg. Sharma Pub. : L.R.Kadials.
3. Airport Planning and design Khanna Arora Pub. Nemchand & Sons Roorkee
4. A Text book of Highway & Airport Engg. Sehgal and Bhanot S.Chand and Co. Delhi
5. The planning and design of Airport HORONOJEIFFR Pub. McGraw Hill Co.
F.S. OF BE. IV (CIVIL)
CE 4115 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
LE - 3 PR : - PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR : 2
THEORY
1. Introduction : Water resources-importance, scope of water, water resources engineering, history and future, development in India, Irrigation-advantages and disadvantages, types of Irrigation schemes-diversion head works and storage head works.
2. Diversion head works, layout, functions and components, types of weirs structural elements and functions and selection of site, design principles for weirs on permeable foundations-surface flow theory. Blighs theory, Khoslas theory, silt excluder and silt ejector; causes of failure of weirs.
3. storage head works : Selection of dam site, types of dams and their selection; investigations for reservoir projects; reservoir storage zones, fixing height of dam, sedimentation in reservoirs, flood control measures.
4. Earth dams : Types of earth dams components and their functions, earth dam foundations; causes of failure; design criteria; design of slope protection; seepage control for the embankment and the foundation-cutoff, rock toe, filters etc. slope stability analysis.
5. Gravity dams : Selection of gravity dam, forces acting on dams; causes of failure and safety criteria, stability analysis-design by single step method, step by step[ method; elementary profile, low and high dam.
6. Spillway : Types of spillways and their suitability; factor affecting design; overflow spillway-discharging capacity, purpose of ogee crest, factors affecting crest profile, energy dissipators, necessity, types, factors effecting selection.
7. Canals : Canal network, command areas; canal cross-section elements and functions; design of unlined canal sections-Kannedys and Laceys theories, lining of canals-benefits and types of lining, desing of lined canal sections; alignment of canals.
8. Canal structures : Regulation works Head regulator, cross regulator, cross regulator, escapes, outlets, canal falls-functions and types, cross drainage works-types, selection.
Hydropower generation : Types of hydropower plants-functions of various components, power estimates.
REFERENCES :-
1. Theory & Design of irrigation structures : R.S.Varshney, S.C.Gupta and R.L.Gupta.
2. Irrigation and water power Engg. B.C.Punamia, Pande B.B.Lal
3. Irrigation Engg. & Hydraulic structures S.K.Garg.
4. Water resources Engg. : Linsley and Franzini
5. Engg. for dams Vol-I to III : Creager, Justin & Kinds.
6. The Engg. of Largo dams : H.H.Thomas
7. Design of small dams U.S.B.R.
8. Irrigation Engg. Principles and Practice Vol.I to VIII : K.B.Khushalani
F.S. OF BE. IV (CIVIL)
CE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING II
LE - 3 PR : - PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR : 2 TW Incl Viva : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY
1. Water and waste-water treatment systems : Purpose of water and waste-water treatment, treatment processes and their selection.
2. Physical Unit Operations : Flow measuring devices, screening, communutors. Mixing and agitation. Sedimentation and its types, grit chamber. Filteration : Slow and rapid sand filters, pressure filters, filtering materials, filteration hydraulics, design of filter units, operating problems.
3. Chemical unit processes : Reaction kinetics, coagulation, Flocculation, coagulants, coagulant aids, jar test disinfection : Chlorination, its chemistry, chlorine handling and control, disinfection by other methods water softening.
4. Biological unit process : Bacterial growth and its kinetics, its applications to treatment systems, aerobic treatments.
Trickling filter, activated sludge process, stabilization pond, aerated lagoons. Their principles of action, design construction and operation.
5. Anaerobic digestion : Principles of action, design, construction and operation of sludge digesters, disposal of sludge, biogas.
Septic and imhoff tanks.
6. Water-water systems : Hydraulic considerations, flow equations, pipe and open-channel flow, sewerage systems.
Sanitary sewers, house connections, materials of sewers, system layout and hydraulic design, sewer appurtenances.
Storm-water sewers, design, flow, time of construction, run-off estimates, system layout, hydraulic design, outfalls, into receiving water.
7. Effluent Disposal and Reuse of water : Receiving water and effluent standards, effluent disposal by dilution, stream pollution, oxygen sag, disposal on land.
Waste-water reuse.
8. Air pollution : Meteorology, gaseous and particulate pollutants, effects of air pollutants, automobile pollution.
TERMWORK : Termwork will consists of Drawings based on above topics of the subject.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Metcalf & Eddy : Waste-water Engg. treatment, disposal
2. M.N.Rao & H.V.N.Rao Air pollution
3. G.S.Birdi, Water supply and sanitary Engg.
4. V.N.Gharpure A Text book of Water supply Engg. Theory, design and practice.
5. Santosh kumar Gar, Water Supply Engg.
6. Santosh kumar Gar, Sanitary Engg.
7. Manual on water supply and treatment. Ministry of works and Housing, New Delhi.
8. Manual on Sanitary Engg. and Sewage treatment, Ministry of works & Housing, New Delhi.
9. E.W.Steel & T.J.McGhee, Water Supply & Sewerage.
F.S. OF BE. IV (CIVIL)
CE 4118 AIR POLLUTION (ELECTIVE-I)
LE - 3 PR : - PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR : 2 TW Incl Viva : 50 marks
Total : 150 marks
THEORY
1. General : Definitations, importance of air pollution studies, atmospheric composition and Env. Impact assessment.
2. Sources and types of air pollution
3. Effects of air pollutants
4. Air sampling, methods and monitoring
5. Role of meteorology and topography.
6. Ambient air quality standards, Air pollution control act.(controlequipment for gaseous pollutants.)
7. Control equipments for particulate matter.
8. Automobile pollution, photochemical reactions.
TERMWORK :- On the basis of above syllabus.
TEXT/REFERENCES:
1. Air pollution by H.C.Perkins
2. Air pollution : Vol. IV for cantro Vol.1 to 8
3. Hand Book of Air pollution analysis Edited by Roy M. Harrison and Roger Ferry.
4. Air pollution Tech. By Dean, E.Painter
5. Environmental Engg. by Peavy, Rowe and Tehobanoglous
6. Environmental Engg. by G.H.Pandy & G.S.Carney
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E.IV (C)
AM 423 : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING II
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV : 50 MARKS
DR : 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
1. Field Exploration, Sampler, sample disturbance, standard penetration test, plate load test, pile load test.
2. Earth pressure, active and passive earth pressure conditions. Earth pressure theories, retaining walls. Bracing in open cuts, sheet piling and anchor bulkheads.
3. Stability of Slopes, factor of safety, slice method, friction circle method and other methods of analysis, various stability conditions in an earth dam and canals.
4. Bearing capacity of soil, Terzaghis theory, factors affecting bearing capacity, settlement-consideration and computation. Effect of water-table. Individual & combined footing, Rafts.
5. Pile foundations, point bearing and friction piles, bearing capacity of single pile in clay and sand.
6. Geotechnical aspects of well and pier foundations. Design principles of Machine foundations.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Soil Engineering Vol I and II byAlamsingh -Asia Pub. House.
2. Foundation Engineering Handbook by Fang and Einterkorn.
3. Foundation Engineering by Peck, Thomson & Thornburn.
4. Analysis and Design of Retaining Structures by Shamsher Prakash & Gopal Ranjan - Sarita Pub..
5. Foundation Engineering Manual by N.B.Nayak.
6. Handbook of Machine Foundation by Sribivasula and Vaidyanathan. Tata McGraw Hill Book Co., New Delhi.
S.S. OF B.E.IV (C)
CE 4220 : CONSTRUCTION, PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
LE - 3 PR - 2 PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR - - PR / TW / VV : 50 MARKS
TOTAL : 150 MARKS
SYLLABUS ARRANGED IN UNITS.
1. Construction Planning : Necessity, methods of planning, fundamentals terms events, activities, bar charts, critical path method Developing critical path network.
2. Programme Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) construction scheduling, construction cost control, construction management cost optimization-Crashing, resource allocation.
3. Engineering fundamentals : Rolling Resistance, effect of grade Drawbar pull, Rimpull, acceleration, cycle time, swell and shringkage of soils.
4. Tractors and related equipments : Tractors types, performance gradability, Bulldozers-types and output tractor shovels rippers, land cleaning equipment scrapers; types and output Drag line, clam shells, hoes, trenching machines.
5. Other construction equipments : Power shovels types and size, selection, optimum depth of cut, output. Tracks and wagons, types and capacities, Balancing capacities of excavators. Compacting equipment; Rollers, their suitability for different operations. Belt conveyers component and power required.
6. pumping equipment, types of pumps used in construction work selection. Drilling and blashing of rocks, drill bits, selection of drilling patterns, rates of drilling use of compressed air compression indrilling. Concrete mixers, types and sizes.
7. selection of construction Equipment : Methods of depreciation cost of owning and operation of equipment cost of Maintenance and repairs of construction equipment.
REFERENCES :
1. Construction Planning, equipment and Methods R.C.Peurifoy.
2. Construction equipment, planning and applications : Mehesh Verma
3. PERT & CPM by L = SRINATH
4. Critical path methods in construction practice Antia
5. Ferm Machinery and equipment : Smith and Willes
6. Farm Machinery : Gulfin.
S.S. OF B.E.IV (C)
CE 422 : IRRIGATION ENGINEERING
LE - 3 PR - 2 PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR - - PR / TW / VV : 50 MARKS
TOTAL : 150 MARKS
1. Surface irrigation Methods, New concepts, cropwater requirements, Evapotransipiration, various equations for Evapotranspiration, irrigation scheduling.
2. Surface irrigation-systems-their characteristics and analysis. Distribution network of Canals Design of walls and pumping plants for utilasation and ground water.
3. Border irrigation method-type of borders their suitability for different crops grows-Design of border irrigation system. Evaluation of border irrigation system.
4. Basin irrigation method-different types of check basins suitability for different crops grown design and evaluation of basin irrigation system.
5. Furrow irrigation method-different types of Furrows suitability for different crops grown Design and evaluation of Furrow irrigation system
6. Sprinkler irrigation system-types of sprinkler system analysis and design of sprinkler system evaluation.
7. Drip irrigation systems types analysis and design of drip irrigation systems Evaluation.
8. Field layout-land leveling and grading-equipment and methods-new surface irrigation concepts and methods-simmulation - modelling.
REFERENCES :
1. Theory & Practice of surface irrigation W.R.Walker
2. Sprinkler and trickling irrigations : W.R.Walker, colorads State University.
3. Sprinkler irrigation manual : Jack Keller, Utah State University.
4. Trickle irrigation manual : Jalk Keller, Utah State University.
5. Design and Operation of farm irrigation systems; Jensen et al American Society of Agricultural Engineering.
6. Irrigation : theory and practice : A.M.Michael, Vikas Pub. House, New Delhi.
7. Principles of Agricultural Engineering Vol.II : A.M.Michel and T.P.Ojha Jahi Bros., New Delhi.
8. National Engineering Handbook Section 15 Irrigation USDA SCS.
S.S. OF B.E.IV (C)
AMC 421 : STRUCTURAL DESIGN III
LE - 3 PR - - PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR - 3 PR / TW / VV : 50 MARKS
TOTAL : 150 MARKS
SYLLABUS
(A) REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES :
1. Building frames including frames : Gravity loads Area method and beam reaction method of analysis substitute frame arrangement at live loads. Two cycle method-redistribution of moment and frame analysis, wind and earthquake leads-complete design problem deflection and crack-width calculations.
Detailing reinforcements
2. Cantilever and Counterfort type Retaining walls.
3. Flate Slabs Circular slabs. Elements of prestresses concrete.
4. R.C.C. Water tanks rectangular and circular tanks under ground resting on ground and over head tanks-columns, braces and foundations.
(B) STEEL STRUCTURES :
1. Introduction to industrial bent.
Roof coverings A.C. and C.S.I. shests code provisions.
Gantry girders.
2. Purlin and side sheeting ratio angle, tube and z sections fabric roof trusses and latticed girders.
3. Side stanchion Crane stanchion Cable stancnisn wine bracings column bases foundations.
4. Simple steel bridges foot bridge.
5. Detailing of steel structures Eraction of finished components.
TERMWORK : The termwork will consists of drawing and report bases on the above syllabus.
TEXT / REFERENCES :
1. Reinforced concrete by H.J.Shah , Charotar pub. House
2. Reinforced concrete by S.K.Mallick and Gupta, IBH & Oxford pub.
3. Continuity in building frame Portland cement association USA
4. Steel structures by A.S.Arya, Ajwan. Namchand & Brothers
5. Design of steel structures by Kazimi & Jindal, Prenctics Hall Pub.
6, Steel designerss Manual ELPS Publications.
7. Steel Structures by T.J.Macginley, E & E N SPON.
S.S. OF B.E.IV (C)
CE 4222 : ADVANCED WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE-II)
LE - 3 PR - 2 PAPER (3 HOURS) : 100 MARKS
TU - 1 DR - - PR / TW / VV : 50 MARKS
TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY
1. Water sources, qualities of water from various sources, water qualities industrial & domestic, water quality standards.
2. Transmission, distribution and pumping of water
3. Purification of water-Coagulation, sedimentation, disinfection, Misc. Treatment.
4. Filteration Conventional and non-conventional
5. Softening
6. Desalination
7. House Plumbing
8. Rural water supply
TERMWORK : On the basis of above syllabus
TEXT & REFERENCES :
(i) Water supply & Sanitary Engg. by G.S.Birdie
(ii) Water supply Engg. by Prof. V.N.Gharpure
(iii) Water Supply Engg. by Santoshkumar Garg.
(iv) Manual on Water Supply and Treatment by Ministry of works and housing, New Delhi.
SECOND SEMESTER OF B.E.IV (C)
AMC 424 : ADVANCED PROGRAMMING WITH ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS (ELECTIVE II)
L : 3 THEORY : 100 MARKS
TU : 1 PR/TW/VV : 50 MARKS
DR : 2 TOTAL : 150 MARKS
THEORY :
(A) FORTRAN PROGRAMMING
1. Functional organization of computer systems. Micro computer, terminal operations, interactive processing, networking, windows environment.
2. overviews of programming, logical operations, transfer of control statements. DO loops and Structured programming, sequential and direct access file manipulation commands.
3. subscripted variables and Implied looping, subprograms, statements for advanced programming-common, equivalance, type declaration, data, character, save, entry, allocate, deallocate statements, etc.
4. Programming for graph plotting, introduction to micro computer graphics.
5. programming of Civil Engg. and Matrix Methods problems.
(B) NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING
6. Relaxation methods Eigen value and Eigen vector problems
7. Finite difference methods for ordinary and partial difference equation problems.
8. Introduction to the Finite Element Method One dimensional applications
9. APPLICATION SOFTWARES : Introduction to application softwares such as Excel, Access, AutoCAD, STAAD and their uses in Civil Engg.
TERMWORK
The termwork will consist of manual and computer solution of problems based on the above syllabus.
TEXT/REFERENCES
1. Computer Programming in FORTRAN 90 and 95 Rajaraman V., Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 1997
2. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures Weaver W. and Gere j. M., CBS Pub. & Distributors.
3. Numerical Methods for Initial and Boundry Value Problems S. Rajasekaran, A.H.Wheeler and Co. Pvt. Ltd.
4. Introduction to Finite Element Analysis : Theory and applications Desai, C. S. & Abel, J.F.Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co. Ltd.