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Programme Structure Of IGNOU VIEP [Civil Engineering]

INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
MAIDAN GARHI, NEW DELHI-110 068

Programme Structure of
Vertically Integrated Engineering programmes
Level of Programme : Degree
Discipline : Civil Engineering
PROGRAMME CODE : BTCLEVI

First Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1.
ET-101 A
Mathematics-I
4
4
2.
ET-105A
Physics
4
4
3.
BAS-003
Communication Skills
3
3
4.
ET-202A
Engineering Mechanics
4
4
5.
BAS-005
Engineering Drawing
3
3
6.
BASL-001
Lab-I (Applied Science)
1
2
7.
BASL-002
Lab-II (Engineering Mechanics)
1
2
TOTAL
20
22


Second Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1.
ET-204B
Engineering Materials
4
4
2.
BME-003
Manufacturing Technology
4
4
3.
BICE-001
Elements of Engineering Science
4
4
4.
BICE-002
Surveying
4
4
5.
ET-521A
Planning and Construction of Buildings
4
4
6.
BICEL-001
Lab-IV (Surveying)
1
2
7.
BASL-003
Lab-III (Workshop Practice)
1
3
TOTAL
22
25


Third Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1.
ET-101B
Mathematics-II
4
4
2.
BME-009
Computer Programming and Applications
4
4
3.
BME-017
Strength of Materials
4
4
4.
ET-524A
Principles of Engineering Management and Economics
4
4
5.
ET-523A
Construction Work Supervision
4
4
6.
BASL-006
Lab-V (Computer Programming)
1
2
7.
BIMEL-002
Lab-VI (Strength of Materials)
1
2
TOTAL
22
24


Fourth Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1.
BICE-003
Engineering Geology
4
4
2.
BIME-004
Fluid Mechanics
4
4
3.
BICE-004
Advanced Surveying
4
4
4.
BICE-005
Building technology –I
4
4
5.
BICE-006
Geoinformatics
4
4
6.
BICEL-002
Lab-VII(Engineering Geology)
1
2
7.
BICEL-003
Lab-VIII(Fluid Mechanics)
1
2
8.
BICEL-004
Lab-IX(Geoinformatics)
1
2
Total
23
26


Fifth Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
BICE-027
Mathematics -III
4
4
BICE-008
Structural Analysis-I
4
4
BICE-009
Building Technology-II
4
4
BICE-010
Quantity Surveying and Costing
4
4
BICE-025
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines
4
4
BICE-026
Geotechnical Engineering-I
4
4
BICEL-007
Lab-X(Structural Analysis-I)
1
2
BICEL-008
Lab-XI(Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines)
1
2
Total
26
28


Sixth Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
BICE-011
Structural Analysis-II
4
4
BICE-012
Geotechnical Engineering-II
4
4
BICE-013
Structural Designs and Drawing-I
4
BICE-014
Environmental Engineering-I
4
4
BICE-015
Water Resource Engineering
4
4
BICEL-009
Lab-XII(Structural Analysis-II)
1
2
BICEL-010
Lab-XIII(Geotechnical Engineering)
1
2
BICEL-011
Lab-XIV(Environmental Engineering-I)
1
2
Total


Seventh Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1
BICE-016
Structural Analysis-III
4
4
2
BICE-017
Structural Designs and Drawing-II
4
4
3
BICE-018
Environmental Engineering-II
4
4
4
BICE-019
Transportation Engineering-I
4
4
5
-
Elective-I
4
4
6
-
Elective-II
4
4
7
BICEL-012
Lab-XV(Environmental Engineering-II)
1
2
8
BICEP-003
Project
-
4
Total
25
30



Eighth Semester
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
Remarks
1
BICE-020
Transportation Engineering-II
4
4
2
BICE-021
Estimation and Construction Management
4
4
3
BICE-022
Computer Applications in Civil Engineering
4
4
4
-
Elective-III
4
4
5
-
Elective-IV
4
4
6
BICEL-013
Lab-XVI(Transportation Engineering)
1
2
7
BICEL-014
Lab-XVII(Computer Applications)
1
2
8
BICEP-003
Project
8
4
Total
30
28



The students have to choose any two subjects as Elective-I, II from the following (VII Semester)
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
1
BICEE-001
Solid And Hazardous Waste Management
4
4
2
BICEE-002
Prestressed Concrete
4
4
3
BICEE-003
Remote Sensing In Civil Engineering
4
4
4
BICEE-004
Structural Optimization
4
4
5
BICEE-009
Advanced Steel Design
4
4
6
BICEE-010
Analysis And Design Of Bridges
4
4
7
BICEE-011
Earthquake Resistant Designs Of A Structure
4
4
8
BICEE-012
Air Quality Monitoring And Control
4
4
9
BICEE-013
Elements Of Soil Dynamics And Machine Foundations
4
4
10
BICEE-014
Environmental Impact Analysis Of Civil Engineering Projects
4
4
The students have to choose any two subjects as Elective-III, IV from the following (VIII Semester)
Sl. No.
Course Code
Course Description
Credit
Load per Week
1
BICEE-015
Water Resources System Planning And Design
4
4
2
BICEE-016
Transportation Planning
4
4
3
BICEE-017
Advanced Structural Analysis
4
4
4
BICEE-018
Pavement Evaluation
4
4
5
BICEE-019
Earth And Rock Fill Dam Engineering
4
4
6
BICEE-020
Reliability And Optimisation Of Structures
4
4
7
BICEE-021
Computational Methods In Structural Engineering
4
4
8
BICEE-022
Advanced Design Of Foundations
4
4
9
BICEE-023
Traffic Engineering
4
4
10
BICEE-024
Advanced Environmental Engineering
4
4
PLEASE NOTE
1. There may be some compulsory subjects / elective subjects / project where the subject codes may be missing. The codes will be uploaded shortly.
2. For further references and supportive study material please visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/
ET-101A- MATHEMATICS-I
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
4
----
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1:
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS: Functions of One Variable, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability, Mean Value Theorems, Applications, Partial Differentiation.
UNIT 2:
INTEGRAL CALCULUS: Indefinite Integrals, Definite Integrals, Applications, First Order Differential Equations.
UNIT 3:
VECTOR CALCULUS: Vector Algebra, Vector Differential Calculus, Line and Surface Integrals, Volume Integral
UNIT 4:
MATRICES: Linear Equations and Euclidean Spaces , Linear Transformation and Linear Equations, Matrices and Determinants, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Canonical Forms.
References:
1.Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana (Tata McGraw-Hill).
2 Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin kreyszig (Wiley Eastern-Ltd).
3.Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Khanna Publication, Delhi).
4.Applied Mathematics (Volumes I and II ) by P.N. Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar
5.Advanced Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. O‟Neil (Thomson Learning).
6.Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M. D. Greenberg (Pearson Education).
ET-105A-PHYSICS
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 :
PARTICLE MECHANICS: Dynamic of a Particle, Linear and Angular Momentum, Energy, The Inverse Square Law.
UNIT 2 :
ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS: Systems of Particles, Moment of Inertia and Fixed Axis Rotation, Rotation of Rigid Bodies
UNIT 3 :
OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES: Oscillations , Waves, Superposition of Waves, Interference and Diffraction, Polarisation.
UNIT 4 :
ELECTRICITY: Electric Field, Gauss‟s Law, Electric Potential and Capacitance, Electric Circuits. Unit 5: Electromagnetism: The magnetic field, Lorentz force, Faraday‟s Law, Electromagnetic waves. Reference: 1. University Physics, Young and freedman (pearson Education). 2. Fundamentals of physics, Resnick and Halliday (John Wiley and sons). 3. Principles of physics, Serway and Jewett (Saunders college publishing). 4. Engineering Physics, R.A.Gaur & S.L.Gupta(Dhanpat rai Publications)
BAS-003: COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
4
----
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Essentials of Grammar: Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Vocabulary Building, Phonetics. Office Management : Types of Correspondence, Receipt and Dispatch of Mail, Filing Systems, Classification of Mail, Role & Function of Correspondence, MIS, Managing Computer.
UNIT II
Letter & Resume Writing: Types of Letters-Formal / Informal, Importance and Function, Drafting the Applications, Elements of Structure, Preparing the Resume, Do‟s & Don‟ts of Resume, Helpful Hints
UNIT III
Presentation Skills: Importance of Presentation Skills, Capturing Data, Voice & Picture Integration, Guidelines to make Presentation Interesting, Body Language, Voice Modulation, Audience Awareness, Presentation Plan, Visual Aids, Forms of Layout, Styles of Presentation.
UNIT IV
Interview Preparation: Types of Interview, Preparing for the Interviews, Attending the Interview, Interview Process, Employers Expectations, General Etiquette, Dressing Sense, Postures & Gestures
UNIT V
Group Discussion & Presentation: Definition, Process, Guidelines, Helpful Expressions, Evaluation
The student will be evaluated on the basis of:
1 His / Her presentation style
2 Feedback of Faculty & Students
3 General Etiquette
4 Proficiency in Letter Drafting / Interview Preparation
5 The paper is internal and at least 3 tests will be taken. Best 2 of 3 shall account for final grades (70% Test & 30% Presentation)
References:
1. Shiv Khera, “YOU CAN WIN”, Macmillan Books. 2003 revised edition.
2. Stephen Covey, “7 Habits of highly effective people”
3. John Collin, “Perfect Presentation”, Video Arts MARSHAL.
4. Jenny Rogers, “Effective Interviews”, Video Arts MARSHAL.
5. Raman, Sharma, “Technical Communications”, OXFORD.
6. Sharon Gerson, Steven Gerson”, Technical Writing process and product”, Pearson education Asia, LPE Third Edition.
7. R Sharma, K. Mohan, “Business correspondence and Report writing” , Tata McGrawHill ISBN 0-07-044555-9
8. Videos for Technical Education Catalog, National Education and Information Films Ltd, Mumbai.
ET-202A: ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1:
STATICS: Coplanar and Non-coplanar Forces, Equilibrium: Free Body Diagram, Friction, Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia.
UNIT 2 :
DYNAMICS: Kinematics, Kinematics of a Particles, Kinematics of Rigid Bodies, Impulse, Momentum, Work and Energy.
UNIT 3 :
INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL MECHANICS: Axial Force, Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams, Plane Trusses, Simple Stresses and Strains.
Reference:
1.Engineering Mechanics by S. Ramamrutham, Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company.
2.Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by R. C. Hibbeler McMillan Publication.
3.Mechanics for Engineers- Statics fourth Edition by F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnson, McGraw-Hill
Publication.
4.Mechanics for Engineers- Dynamics Fourth Edition, by F.P. Beer and E. R. Johnson, McGraw-
Hill Publication.
5.Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by J.L. Meriam and Craige, John Willey and
Son‟s publication.
6.Engineering Mechanics by S.S. Timoshenko and D.H. Young, McGraw Hill Publication.
7.EngineeringMechanics by A.P. Boresi and R.J. Schmidt, Brooks/Cole Publication.
8.Engineering Mechanics by FL Singer, Harper and Rowe publication.
9.Engineering Mechanics by Shames I.H., PHI
BAS-005: Engineering Drawing
UNIT I
Introduction to Drawing - Drawing Equipments and Instruments, Drawing Sheet and Layout, Types of Letters and Lettering Standard, Types of Lines and Their Applications, Dimensioning of Drawing, Drawing Scales, Conventional Representation
UNIT II
Geometrical Construction – Triangle, Square, Polygon, Pentagon, Hexagon, Circle and Curves, Conic Sections, Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Cycloid, Epicycloids, Hypocycloid, Tangent and Normal to Curves
UNIT III
Orthographic Projections I - Orthographic Projection, Projection of Points, Projection of Straight Lines, Projection of Planes, Orthographic Projections-II - Types of Solid, Orthographic Projections of Solid, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Perpendicular to one of the Principal Plane, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Parallel to Both the H.P. and V.P., Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to One of the Principal Plane and Parallel to the Other Principal Plane, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to both the Principal Plane, Sections of Solids
UNIT IV
Isometric and Oblique Projections - Classification of Pictorial Drawings, Isometric Projection, Isometric Drawings of Plane Geometrical Figure, Isometric Projection of Solids, Oblique Projection
UNIT V
Surface Development - Geometric Objects, Development of a Surface, Development of a Cube, Development of a Tetrahedron, Development of an Octahedron, Development of a Prism, Development of a Pyramid, Development of a Cylinder, Development of a Cone, Development of a Sphere.
UNIT VI
I.S. Conventions Need and Types, conventions existing in countries like Japan, US and Germany.
UNIT VII
Standard Machine Components and their I.S. Conventions Constructional features & Applications of standard machine components like Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Spring etc.
Reference
1. N.D. Bhatt, Elementary Engineering Drawing, Chartor Publishing house, Anand, India.
2. D. N. Johle, Engineering Drawing, Tata Mcgraw-hill Publishing Co. Ltd.
3. K. L. Narayana and P. Kannaiah, Machine Drawing New Age International Ltd
4. P.S. Gill, Engineering Graphics.
5. James H. Earle,Engineering Design Graphics,Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
6. David I. Cook and Robert N. McDongal Engineering Graphics and Design with Computer Applications Holt-Sounders International Editors
7. IS Code SP 46
8. Warren J. Luzzader, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi.
9. Fredderock E. Giesecke, Alva Mitchell & others, Principles of Engineering Graphics,
Maxwell McMillan Publishing
10 Siddheshwar,Machine Drawing, Tata-McGraw Hill.
11. N. D. Bhat, Machine Drawing, Charotar Publishing Company
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
3
---
--
3
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
BASL-001 : Lab-I (Applied Science)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Practical ( Students are required to conduct ANY 8 Experiments out of the following 10 Experiments) .
1. Use of diffraction grating for the determination of wavelength of a spectral line.
2. Newton‟s rings experiment. (Wavelength, radius, refractive index, determination)
3. Experiment based on ultrasonic waves.
4. Resolving power of a Telescope/Grating.
5. Determination of refractive indices for ordinary, extraordinary rays for a Quartz crystal!
prism.
6. Demonstration of Lissajous figures using a CR0 (Principle of Interference).
7. Michelson‟s Interferometer.
8. Determination of Brewster‟s angle for glass surface and to determine refractive index of
glass.
9. Determination of Youngs Modulus by Cornu‟s method.
10. To verify cosine square law of Malus for plane polarized light using photo-voltaic cell
.
BASL-002 :LAB-II (Engineering Mechanics )
List of Practicals in Applied Mechanics (Any Eight out of the following)
1) To determine the verification of law of polygon of force.
2) To determine the funicular polygon
3) To determine the Finding coefficient of friction by inclined plane apparatus
4) To determine the Mechanical, Advantage, Velocity ratio & efficiency of a
(a) Simple purchase crab winch
(b) Double purchase crab winch
(c) Gear train etc.
(d) Wheel and axle
(e) Screw Jack
5) To determine the finding forces in members of a cantilever truss
6) To determine the finding forces in members of a general truss
7) To determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel
8) To determine the Example modulus by Searle‟s apparatus,
9) To determine the MA, VR & n of a differential pulley block, warm & warmed
10) To determine the finding expertly Reactions in a Beam
11) To determine Graphically evaluation of forces in a truss
12) To determine the Graphically evaluation of CG of a plane figure
13) To determine the Graphically evaluation MI of a plane figure.
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
ET-204 (B): ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
43
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : CEMENTING MATERIALS: Calcareous Cementing Materials, Carbonaceous Cementing Materials, Chemical Bonding Agents, Concrete.
UNIT 2 : MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS: Wear Resistant Flooring Materials, Admixtures and Water Proofing Materials, Decorative Materials, Plastics and Boards, Electrical Materials.
Reference:
1. Concrete Technology –M.L. Gambhir, Tata McGraw Hill Publications,
2. Concrete Technology –M.S. Shetty, S. Chand Publications
3. Properties of Concrete-A.m. Neville, Longman Publishers.
4. Building construction –Bindra and Arora
5. Concrete-P Kumar Mehta, Gujrat Ambuja.
BME-003: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : PRINCIPLE OF METAL CASTING : Metals and Melting Practices, Moulding Materials, Moulding Processes.
UNIT 2 : METAL FORMING: Plastic Deformation, Bulk Deformation, Sheet Metal Forming Process.
UNIT 3 : PRINCIPLES OF METAL CUTTING : Tool Geometry , Force & Power Requirement, Cutting Conditions, Machining Economics.
UNIT 4 : WELDING TECHNOLOGY: Welding Processes, Welding Stresses, Distortion and Defects.
References:
1.S. K. Hajra Choudhury,Bose S.K., Elements of Workshop technology, Vol-I, Manufacturing
Process, Media Promoters and Publishers Pvt Ltd.
2.B.S. Raghuwansi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol-I, Dhanpat Rai and Co.(P) Ltd
Delhi.
3.K.C. Arora, Workshop Practice, S.K, Kataria and Sons.
4. R.K. Singhal, Workshop Practice, S.K. Kataria and Sons.
5.P.N. Rao Manufacturing Technology Vol I & II, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers.
6.P.C. Sharma, Production Engineering, Khanna Publishers.
7.R.K. Jain, Production Technology, Khanna Publishers
8.HMT., Production Technology, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers
9. Hoffman, Introduction to Jigs and Fixtures, Galagotia Publishers
10.S.K. Basu, Fundamentals of Tool Design, Oxford IBH
11.Degarmo, Black and Kosherth, Materials and Processes in Manufacturing 8th Edition Prentice
Hall of India.
BICE-001 Elements of Engineering Science
Lectures
Tutorials
Practicals
Credits
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Basic concepts: Concept of electricity, Basic terms- Voltage current, Potential Difference, Power, energy and their units. Ohm‟s Law Effect of temperature on resistance, temperature coefficient of resistance. Resistances in series and parallel Kickoff‟s current law and Kickoff‟s voltage law and their applications to simple circuits. Various unit systems. Conversion of energy theory. Conversion of one form of energy units into electrical and electrical to another form of energy. Work + Power + Energy concepts. Numerical based on work power energy.
UNIT II
Introduction to Civil Engineering : Basic Areas in Civil Engineering. Roll of civil engineer as site engineer, Roll of civil engineer at different levels of project (such as consultant, as contractors, as specialized), different types of building and it s various components
UNIT III
Principles of survey, plan, map, plain scale, R.F. sign conventions Use of tapes for distance measurement, Ranging-by eye and with line ranger. Concepts of base line, tie line, check line, offsets using open cross staff Study of prismatic compass. Types of bearings and reference meridians. Measurement of bearings and angles Local attraction and its adjustment.
UNIT IV Thermodynamics -Thermodynamics types, system, surrounding work, p-dV work in various processes, p-V representation of various thermodynamic processes and cycles, Ideal gas equations, Statements of I and II laws of thermodynamics ,Carnot cycle for Heat engine, Refrigerator and Heat pump.
Heat Transfer Statement and explanation of Fourier‟s law of heat conduction, Newton;s law of cooling, Stefan Boltzmann‟s law.
I.C. engines-important parts and working of 2s and 4s petrol and diesel engines.
UNIT V
Design- design process and design cycle, stress and strain and their types, hooke‟s law, stress strain curve for ductile and brittle materials, mechanical properties of materials ,steels , cast irons, non- ferrous alloys.
Introduction to manufacturing processes and Their Applications:
Casting, Sheet metal forming, Sheet metal cutting, Forging, welding and soldering processes.
Machine Tools (Basic elements, Working principle and types of operations)-Lathe Machine – Centre Lathe,Drilling Machine –radial drilling machine, Grinding machine, Power saw, Milling Machine
References:
1.Electrical Technology Vol – 1 – B.L. Theraja & A.K.Theraja – S. Chand
2.Basic Electrical Engineering – Nagrath Kothari – TMH
3.Basic Electrical Engineering – V.K.Mehata – S Chand
4.Basic Electrical Engineering – Vaidya, Bhagwat, Godbole, Bangal
5.Surveying and Leveling---Kanetkar and Kulkarni, PVC Prakashana
6.Thermal engineering by Khurmi –Gupta
7.Design of machine elements by Bhandari.
8.Manufacturing processes by Amitabh Ghosh- Mallik.
9.Production technology by R.K.Jain.
BICE-002: Surveying
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Concepts of Surveying - Purpose of Surveying, Principles of Surveying, Definitions, Classifications and Phases, Importance of Surveying, Chain Surveying - Instruments, Procedures of Chains Surveying, Errors and Obstacles in Chaining, Recording of Measurements
UNIT II
Compass Surveying - Definitions, and important terms, Instruments and procedures, Calculations of bearing and included angles, Precautions and Errors in Compass Survey
UNIT III
Leveling, Definition of Basic Terms, Basic Principle, Instruments and Equipments, Methods of Levelling,
UNIT IV
Plane Table - Basic Principle, Setting up the Plane Table, Adjustments of Plane Table, Recording Observations, Resection, Errors in Plane Tabling
UNIT V
Theodolite Survey - Instrument and its Components, Operating and Adjusting the Instrument, Method and Procedures, Traversing, Error and Adjustments.
References
1Surveying- B.C.Punmia Vol.1 & 2 Laxmi Publications New Delhi
2Surveying and Levelling- T.P.Kanetkar & S.V.Kulkarni Vol.1 & 2– Vidhyarthi Griha Prakashan,Pune
3 Surveying Vol I I Dr.B.C,Punmia, Ashok K .Jain, Arun K.Jain
4 Surveying- Agor – Khanna Publications,Delhi.
5 Surveying-Bannister, Raymond and Baker, Pearson Education
6 Surveying-K.R. Arora Vol.1 &2
7 Surveying and Levelling- Basak-Tata Mcgraw Hill
8 Surveying – S.K.Duggal Vol1&2-Tata Mcgraw Hill Publications,New Delhi.
9 Plane and Geodetic Surveying - David Clark.
ET-521 (A): PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : PLANNING OF BUILDINGS: Preliminary Investigations, Location and Site Selection, Basic Elements of Planning, Planning and Design of Low-Cost Rural Housing.
UNIT 2 : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION: Foundations, Superstructure, Doors, Windows and Stairs, Modern Decorative Treatment, Thermal Insulation.
References:
1.Building construction-Bindra and Arora
2.Building construction-B.C. Punmia
3.Materials of Construction –Gosh, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Delhi
4.Building Drawing By Shah, Kale & Patki
5.Building construction –Rangawala.
BICEL-001: LAB-IV (Survey Lab)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments in Survey (Any Eight of the following)
1. Study and use of 20 m and 30 m chain components, unfolding of chain. Measurement of distance with chain and tape of plane and sloping ground. (By Direct ranging)
2. Study and use of optical square and open cross staff for setting out perpendicular. Use chain and cross staff survey for finding out area of a given field.
3. Study and use of prismatic compass for observing fore bearing and back bearing calculation of included angles from the observed bearing. Measuring fore bearing and back bearing of 5-6 sided polygons identifying the station affected by local attractions and calculations of corrected bearings.
4. Chain and compass transverse survey-A simple close traverse of 5-6 sides enclosing a building, calculation of included angle, locating details and plotting them on A1 size imperial drawing sheet.
5. Study and use of dumpy level, carrying out temporary adjustments and practice of simple leveling, recording the readings in leveling book and arithmetic checks.
6. Differential leveling precise recording in level book, reduction of levels by height of collimation method and rise and fall method, arithmetic checks
7. Carrying benchmarks from one point to another about 500 meters away by fix leveling with double check.
8. Study and use of tilting level, temporary adjustments, study of auto set level by demonstration.
9. Profile leveling running a longitudinal section for a length of about 500 m with cross sections at 30 m center to center. The length of cross section may be 20 m on either side with staff readings at 10 m interval spot levels should be taken at every 10 m along the base line plotting the L section and cross section at A1 size imperial sheet.
10. Plane table methods orientation of plane table by back sighting and locating details by methods of intersection
11. Plane table survey-for minimum 5- sided traverse enclosing building using method of radiation and intersection.
12. Understanding the components of theodolite and their function reading the vernier, temporary adjustments of theodolite.
13. Theodolite traverse survey. A closed traverse of 5-6 sided for a small area. Computation by Gale‟s traverse table plotting the traverse on A2 size imperial drawing sheet.
BASL-003: LAB-III (Workshop Practices)
Lectures
Tutorials
Practical
Credits
Marks
----
3
2
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
Term Work
Here practical of workshop practice must be conducted in such a way that each student must be able to independently make objects / products which are commercially marketable and useful to college or society as whole. Instructor must demonstrate making of at least one job from each category.
Students are expected to learn ANY FOUR out of the following skills and must get acquainted to the tools used and standard procedure used as applicable.
Term Work should include
1. Carpentry – One job on wood joints like lap joint, mortise & tendon joint etc. The job may be making a stool. Demonstration of one job on wood turning operation.
2. Sheet Metal – One job on sheet metal which must contain making any of the following- tray or dustbin.
3. Fitting – One simple job on male female joint which includes drilling and tapping operations.
4. Smithy and Forging – One job on forging such as
a. Making one end of the flat bar knife edge and other end vee.
b. Making nails or arrows for surveying, fixing cricket mat etc.
c. Making tools used in gardening.
5. Plumbing – One job on pipe joints. Dummy piping system may be used to explain
Piping joints.
Students may be shown industrial or domestic piping so as to understand the need of
piping.
6. Welding- One job on arc welding joints like lap, butt, T joints and one job on gas welding.
Journal should include report on process sheets of all jobs, description of hand tools & equipments used, various operations performed, safety precautions in workshop. Instructor must introduce all important parameters of process. At least one demonstration of making of each job must be shown to students. Finally appropriate marks may be awarded by evaluating the performance of the student .
ET-101 (B) : MATHEMATICS-II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
4
0
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : PROBABILITY CONCEPTS: Introduction to Probability, Theorems of Probability, Discrete Distributions.
UNIT 2 : DISTRIBUTION THEORY: Continuous Distributions, Multivariate
Distributions, Sampling Distributions and Approximations of Distributions.
UNIT 3 : ESTIMATION AND TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS: Point Estimation, Interval
Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis, Standard Statistical Tests.
Reference:
1.Meyer, P.L, Introduction to Probability and Statistical Applications Addition-Wesley
Publishing company.
2. Trivedi, K.S, Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science
Applications. Prentice Hall of India Ltd, New Delhi.
3.Introduction to probability and Statistical Applications, P.L. Meyer
4.An Outline of Statistical Theory, Vols. I & II by Goon, Gupta and Dasgupta.
5.Introduction to probability and Statistical Applications By Paul L. Meyer
6.An Outline of Statistical Theory, Vol. I & II by Goon Gupta and Guptadas.
BME-009: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATION
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
Block 1 : Basics of C++
Unit 1 : Programming Constructs
Unit 2 : Arrays and Pointers
Unit 3 : Function and Structures
Block 2 : Object Oriented Programming Using C++
Unit 4 : Objects and Classes
Unit 5 : Virtual Functions
Unit 6 : Programming Examples
Block 3 : Numerical Methods
Unit 7 : Number Representation and Errors
Unit 8 : Methods for Finding Roots of Equations
Unit 9 : Direct Methods of Solution for System of Equations
Unit 10 : Iterative Method of Solution of Equation
Unit 11 : Finite Difference Interpolation
Unit 12: Introduction to MSTLAB/Mathematica
References:
1. Programming in ‘C’ , Balagurusamy Tata Mc-Graw Hill
2. Let’s ‘C’, Kanetkar BPB.
3. Complete reference in C, Herbert Shildt, Tata Mc-Graw Hill
4. Numerical Methods: Using C, Fourth Edition , 2004, John H. Mathwes and Kurtis D. Fink,Prentice Hall Publications.
BME 017 : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : STRESSES IN SOLIDS: Simple Stresses and Strains, Thermal Stresses, Principal Stresses and Strains.
UNIT 2 : FORCES AND STRESSES IN BEAMS: Shear Forces and Bending Moments, Stresses in Beams, Stress Distribution in Beams, Direct and Bending Stresses, Strain Energy
UNIT 3 : STRESSES IN SHAFTS AND SHELLS AND THERMAL STRESSES: Deflection of Beams, Torsion, Thick and Thin Cylinders, Shells, Springs
Reference:
1.Rajput. R.K.‟‟ Strength of Materials‟‟ S. Chand & co Lt. New Delhi 1996
2.Jindal U.C. “Strength of Materials” Asian Books Pvt Ltd, New Delhi 2007
3.Egor.P. Popov “Engineering Mechanics of Solids” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 1997
4.Subramanian R. “Strength of Materials” Oxford University Press, Oxford Higher
Education series, 2007
5.Hibbeler, R.C, Mechanics of materials”, Pearson Education, Low Price Edition, 2007
6.Vazirani, N, ratwani, M. “Analysis of Structures” Khanna Publishers, New Delhi 2001
ET-524 (A): PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : BASIC CONCEPTS: Management : Thought and Functions, Micro-Economics for Engineers, Economic Environment and Policies, Human Behaviour at Work, Staff Training and Development.
UNIT 2 : ORGANISATION: Organisation Structure and Compatibility, Power, Authority and Delegation, Organisation Dynamics – A Response to Growth and Decay
UNIT 3 : MANAGERIAL CONTROL STRATEGIES: Management of Quality, Time Value of Money, Decision Making : Models, Techniques and Processes
UNIT 4 : INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Projects : Concept and Phases, Project Management, Value Engineering, Eco-Friendliness of Projects.
References:
1.Industrial Management. L.C. Jhamb, Everest Publishing house.
2.Industrial Engineering and management-O.P. Khanna, Dhanapat Rai publications
3.Industrial Management –S.C. Jain, H.S.BAWA, Dhanapat Rai publications
4.Industrial Management –D.P. Bhivpathak, L.C. Jhamb, JM
5.Industrial Management – Inamdar, AR Bokil, Everest Publishing house.
ET-523 (A): CONSTRUCTION WORKS SUPERVISION
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT 1 : FUNCTIONS OF A CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR: Position of Construction Supervisor, Interpretation, Importance of Estimation in Work Planning
UNIT 2 : RECORD KEEPING: Muster Rolls, Books and Bills, Site Registers, Material at Site Accounts.
UNIT 3 : WORK SUPERVISION CHECK LIST: Foundations, Masonry Work, Concrete Work, Steel Works, Utilities, Finishing Items, etc.
RESOURCE: http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-%Guwahati/cpm/index.html
BASL-006: Lab-V (Computer Programming Lab)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Practicals
1. Write a program to produce ASCII equivalent of given number
2. Write a program to find divisor or factorial of a given number.
3. Write a program to evaluate the following algebraic expressions after reading necessary values from the user
(ax+b)/(ax-b)
2.5 log x-cos 30+|x^2-y^2|+sqrt (2xy)
(x^5+10x^4+8x^3+4x+2
4. Write a program to find sum of a geometric series
5. Write a program to cipher a string
6. Write a program to check whether a given string follows English capitalization rules.
7. Write a program to find sum of the following series
1+ ½ + 1/3 +________+1/20
8. Write a program to search whether a given substring exist in an input string or not and then delete this string from input string.
9. Write a recursive program for tower of Hanoi problem
10. The fibonacci sequence of numbers is 1,1,2,3,5,8……. Based on the recurrence relation
F(n)=F(n-1)+F(n-2)for n>2 Write a recursive program to print the first m Fibonacci number.
11. Write a menu driven program for matrices to do the following operation depending on whether the operation requires one or two matrices
a) Addition of two matrices
b) Subtraction of two matrices
c) Finding upper and lower triangular matrices
d) Trace of a matrix
e) Transpose of a matrix
f) Check of matrix symmetry
g) Product of two matrices.
12. Write a program that takes two operands and one operator from the user perform the operation and then print the answer.
13. Write a program to print the following outputs:
1 1
2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3
14. Write functions to add, subtract, multiply and divide two complex numbers (x+iy) and (a+ib) Also write the main program.
15. Write a menu driven program for searching an sorting with following options:-
h) Searching (1) Linear searching (2) Binary searching
i) Sorting (1) Insertion sort (2) Selection sorting
16. Write a program to copy one file to other, use command line arguments.
17. Write a program to mask some bit of a number (using bit operations)
18. An array of record contains information of managers and workers of a company. Print all the data of managers and workers in separate files.
BIMEL-002: Lab- VI (Strength of Materials Lab)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments in Strength of Materials (Any Eight)
1. To determine shear force (SF) and Bending moment (BM) diagram at various sections of a simply supported beam loaded with several point load on plain paper.
2. To determine yield stress, ultimate stress, young‟s modulus, percentage elongation of a mild steel rod by Universal testing machine.
3. Determination of bending test on timber.
4. Determination of bending test on floor tiles.
5. Determination of modulus of rigidity of a curve by torsion apparatus.
6. Determination of deflection and stiffness of a helical spring.
7. To determine hardness of a plate by Rock wells Brinell‟s hardness testing machine.
8. To determine impact resistance of a material by Izode impact testing machine.
9. To determine compression test on timber, bricks, mild steel and copper.
10. Determination of water absorption test on bricks.
11. Determination of water absorption test on floor tiles.
12. To determine the moisture content and specific gravity of timber.
BICE-003 : ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal: 30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
Introduction of Geology : Origin of earth, Age of Earth and Internal structure of earth. Geological work of atmosphere : Weathering of rocks, Geological work of wind, Geological work of water, Geological work of river and sea. Volcanoes and earth quake.
UNIT - II
Study of minerals : physical and chemical properties of minerals. Crystallography : Elements of crystals, crystals symmetry, crystallographic systems. Important rock forming minerals.
UNIT - III
Petrology : Study of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, their composition, structure and classification. Descriptive study of rocks.
UNIT - IV
Structural Features of rocks.
General terms - Stratification, outer up dip and strike.
Folding and Faulting of rock - Terminology, classification and descriptive, studies. Unconformity and Joint : Terminology & types and causes.
UNIT - V
Stratigraphy of India : Geological time scale, correlation and study of different groups and systems of stratigraphy of India. Classification and economic importance.
Importance of Geology in the construction of Dams, Tunnels, Roads, Bridges. Engineering properties of rocks.
References Books :
1. Principles of Engineering Geology by Robert B. Johnson.
2. Jerome V.Degraff.
3. Text Book of Geology by V.D. Muthayya.
4. Text Book of Geology by P.K. Mukherjee.
5. Engineering & General Geology - Parbeen Singh.
6. Physical and Engineering Geology by S.K. Garg.
7. A Text Book of Geology and Engineering - L.M. Bangar.
8. Geology for Engineering by Toseph M.TreFether.
9. Engineering Geology by B.S. Sathya Narayaan Swami.
BIME-004: FLUID MECHANICS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
Review of Fluid Properties :
Fluid Statics: 'Pressure at a point, pressure variation in compressible and incompressible fluid‟, Absolute and gauge pressure manometers, forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyant force, Stability of floating and submerged bodies, Relative equilibrium.
UNIT - II
Kinematics of Flow : Classification of fluid flow, path lines, streaklines, streamlines and stream tubes; continuity equation for one and three dimensional flow, rotational & irrotational flows, velocity potential, stream function, flownets-their utility & method of drawing flownets, circulation stagnation point, separation of flow.
UNIT - III
Dynamics of flow : Equation of motions, Bernoulli's equations and its application, energy
correction factor, momentum correction factors, linear momentum equation. The moment of momentus equation and application.
Fluid Measurements : Velocity measurement (pitot tube, Prandtl tube, current meters etc.): flow measurement (orifices, nozzles, mouth pieces, orifice meter, nozzles meter, venturimeter, weirs and notches). Introduction to Electro magnetic flow meter, ultrasonic flow meter.
UNIT - IV
Dimensional Analysis and Dynamic Similitude : Dimensional analysis, dimensional homogeneity, use of Buckingham - pie theorem, dimensionless numbers, similarity laws, specific model investigations (submerged bodies, partially submerged bodies, weirs, spillways, rotodynamic machines etc.).
UNIT - V
Laminar Flow : Introduction to laminar & turbulent flow, Reynolds experiment & Reynolds numbers, laminar flow through circular pipes, laminar flow between parallel plates, couette flow, stokes law, fluidization, laminar and turbulent boundary layers, boundary layer separation and methods of control.
References Books :
1. Fluid Mechanics - Streeter & Wylie.
2. Mechanics of Fluids - Shames.
3. Mechanics of Fluids - White.
4. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by R.K. Bansal.
5. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by A.K. Jain.
6. Fluids Mechanics - R.J. Garde & Mirajgaonkar.
BICE-004: ADVANCED SURVEYING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
Tachometry : Tachometric systems and principles, principle of stadia methods, determination of instrument constant, theory of anallatic lens, tangential and subsyance bar systeam, stadia tables and diagrams, use of tachometry in traversing and contouring.
Hydrographic Surveying : Shore line survey, methods of soundings, location and reduction of soundings, three point problem and its solution.
UNIT - II
Curves : Classification and use; element of circular curves, calculations, setting out curves by offsets and by theodolites, obstacles and special problems, compound curves; reverse curves, transition curves, cubic spiral and lemnuscate; vertical curves, computation and setting out.
UNIT - III
Triangulation : Principle, classification and systeam, strength of figure spherical excess,
triangulation stages, selection, marking and intervisibility of stations, measurements and
corrections of angles and base lines, signals and towers, satellite stations of coordinates,
triangulation adjustments.
Trilataration : Principle, classification, Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM) methods, computation of coordinates precise traversing and use of Total station in control survey. Cartesian, geocentric, geodetic and local coordinate systeam, to specify position of a point on the earth.
UNIT – IV
Trignometric leveling : Single and reciprocal observations, instrument height and signal
corrections. Indirect leveling on rough terrain and steep slop, precise leveling & use of Automatic laser level.
Surveying Astronomy : Definitions of astronomical terms, coordinate systems, convergence of meridian, parallel of latitude & shortest distance between two point on the earth, determination of latitude and longitude.
UNIT – V
Photogrametry: Principle, definitions & classifications of terrestrial & Aerial photogrammetry, flight planning for aerial photographs, relief displacement and stereoscopic vision on vertical photographs, computation of position, length and elevation of objects using photographs photo mosaics.
Remote Sensing : Principle, definitions & systems, introduction to remote sensing satellitwes and data acquisition techniques, satelliteimagery types and its uses for various applications.
References Books :
1. Text book of surveying Vol. II - P.B. Shahani.
2. Surveying Vol. II - S.K. Duggal
3. Surveying principles & applications - Barry F.Kavanagh, S.J. Glenn Bird.
4. Surveying for Engineers - J.Uron & W.F. Price.
5. Remote Sensing & Image interpretation-Lillies T.M. and Kiefer R.W.
6. Principles of Remote Sensing - P.J. Curran.
BICE-005: BUILDING TECHNOLOGY – I
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Building stones - Classification of rocks - Quarrying - Dressing - Properties and uses of common type of stones ; Timber - Defects - Seasoning - Decay - Preservation - Plywood, fibre board, particle board ; Clay products - Bricks - Manufacture - IS classifications - Properties and testing - Types of bricks - Tiles - Manufacture, properties and uses - Types of tiles ; Ceramic products - Lime - Classification - Manufacture, properties and uses.
UNIT – II
Cement - Ingredients - Manufacture - Types of cement - Properties and testing - Uses ; Mortar - Sand - Properties - Types of mortar and uses ; Concrete - Properties of fresh concrete and tests - Proportioning of concrete mixes - Properties of hardened concrete and tests - Recent developments in concrete ; Iron and steel - Structural sections - Properties and uses of structural steel - Recent developments ; Miscellaneous materials - Glass - Plastics - A.C.sheets – Thermocole.
UNIT – III
Foundation - Timbering of foundation trenches - Bearing capacity of soils - Improvement of bearing capacity - Settlement of foundation - Description of spread, grillage, raft, mat and pile foundations ; Brick and stone masonry - Bonds in brick work - Types of stone masonry - Cavity walls - Lintels and arches ; Concrete construction - Batching, mixing, placing, compacting and curing of concrete - form work - Precast concrete - Prestressed concrete - Recent developments in concreting ; Partition walls - Types and features.
UNIT – 1V
Floors and flooring - Types of floors - Types of floor coverings ; Roofs and roofings - Types of roofs - Types and uses of roofing materials ; Doors, windows and ventilators - Different types ; Finishing works - Plastering, pointing, painting, white washing, colour washing, distempering ; Building repairs - Shoring - Underpinning – Scaffolding.
References Books :
1. Rangwala S. C, Engineering Materials, Charotar Publishing House, 1992, Anand
2. Punmia B. C, Building Construction, Laxmi Publlications, 1999, New Delhi.
3. Rangwala S. C, Building Construction, Charotar Publishing House, 1992, Anand
4. Huntington W.C, Building Construction, John Wiley, 1959, New York.
5. Shetty M. S, Concrete Technology, S.Chand & Co., 1992, New Delhi.
BICE-006: GEOINFORMATICS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
Aerial Photographs- Basic terms & Definitions, scales, relief displacements, Flight Planning, Stereoscopy, Characteristics of photographic images, Fundamentals of aerial photo-interpretation
UNIT - II
Physics of remote sensing, Ideal remote sensing system, Remote sensing satellites and their data products, Sensors and orbital characteristics, Spectral reflectance curves, resolution and multi-concept, FCC
UNIT - III
Satellite Image - Characteristics and formats, Image histogram, Introduction to Image rectification, Image Enhancement, Land use and land cover classification system, Supervised Classification, Applications of remote sensing
UNIT - IV
Basic concepts of geographic data, GIS and its components, Data acquisition, Raster and Vector formats, topology and Data models, Spatial modelling, Data output, GIS Applications
UNIT - V
Introduction, Satellite navigation System, GPS- Space segment, Control segment, User segment, GPS satellite signals, Receivers, Static, Kinematic and Differential GPS
References Books :
1. A M Chandra : Higher Surveying
2. B C Punamia : Surveying & Leveling , Vol 2
3. M Anjireddy : Remote Sensing & GIS , BS Publications
4. T M Lillesand et al: Remote Sensing & Image Interpretation , Wiley India , 5 th
5. A M Chandra : Remote Sensing & GIS , Narosa
6. S K Duggal : Surveying Vol 2 , TMH
7. N K Agarwal : Essentials of GPS , Spatial Networks: Hyderabad.
BICEL-002: LAB-VII (ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
LIST OF PRACTICALS :
1. Determination of Specific gravity of minerals by Steel Yard balance.
. 2. Identification of physical properties of minerals such as hardness, cleavage, lusture,
fracture, streak, colour, etc.
3. Identification of important rock forming minerals in hard specimen by there physical
properties.
4. Identification of physical properties of important ore minerals.
5. Petrological studies of important rocks
 Igneous rocks
 Sedimentary rocks
 Metamorphic rocks
6. Study of important crystal models.
7. Study of Structural geology models.
8. Study of Geological maps. describing its topography structure, history and drawing
the Geological Cross Section
BICEL-003: LAB-VIII (FLUID MECHANICS LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments :
1. Study of pressure measuring devices.
2. Verification of Bernoulli's theorem.
3. Verification of Impilse momentum principle.
4. Study of various types of flows using Reynolds apparatus.
5. Calibration of Venturimeter.
6. Calibration of NazzIemeter.
7. Calibration of Orifice meter.
8. Calibration of Orifice.
9. Calibration of watermeter.
10. Calibration of V-notch.
BICEL-004: LAB-IX (GEOINFORMATICS LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
1, 2 Demonstration and working on Electronic Total Survey Station (TC-1800)
3. 4, 5. To layout a precise traverse in a given area and to compute the adjusted coordinates of survey stations
6,7 Demonstration and working with Pocket/ Mirror stereoscopes, Parallax bar and Aerial photographs
8 Visual Interpretation using IRS false colour composite
9. Demonstration and practice work with hand held GPS (GS-5).
BICE-027:MATHEMATICS-III
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
4
-
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Dirichiet conditions. Expansion of periodic functions into Fourier series. Change of interval. Fourier series for even and odd functions. Half-range expansions. RMS value of a function. Parseval's relation. Fourier series in complex form. Harmonic analysis.
UNIT II
Definition of Fourier Transform (finite and infinite). Inverse Fourier Transform. Properties. Fourier Sine and Cosine transforms. Inverse Fourier Sine and Cosine transforms. Properties. Convolution theorem for Fourier Transform.
UNIT III
Formation of PDE. Solution of standard types of first order equations. Lagrange's linear equation. Second and higher order homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients.
UNIT IV
One-dimensional wave equation and one-dimensional heat flow equation. Method of separation of variables. Fourier series solution.
UNIT V
Two-dimensional heat flow equation in steady state. Laplace equation in Cartesian and polar co ordinates. Method of separation of variables. Fourier series solution.
References
1. GREWAL, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers.
2. KANDASAMY, P. THILAGAVATHY, K. AND GUNAVATHY, K., Engineering Mathematics, Vol. III, Chand and Company.
3. VENKATARAMAN, M.K., Engineering Mathematics Vol.III, National Publishing Company.
BICE-008:STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS- I
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Simple Stresses & strains : Hooke's law, Poisson's ratio, Elastic constants, Bars of constant section, tapering bars, compounds bar, Temperature stresses, Lack of fit, energy.
Complex Stresses & Strains : Principal stresses and principal strains, Mohr's circle, Hoop
Stresses, examples of civil engineering structures subjected to hoop stresses.
UNIT– II
Bending Moment & Shear Force : Relationship between bending moment, shear force load, S.F. and B.M. diagrams for simply supported, overhanging and cantilever beams using numerical methods. Introduction of the use of Bending Moments & Shear Force Diagrams in civil engineering structures.
Bending & Shear Stresses : Theory of simple bending, moment of inertia, section modulus and theorem of parallel axes, Distribution of bending and shear stresses across the section.
UNIT– III
Columns & Struts : Euler's theory of buckling for different end conditions, Effective length, Initial imperfection and residual stresses,Merchant-Rankine formula, Perry - Robertson formula, Application of numerical methods.
Direct & Bending Stresses : Core of the section, Lateral loading, Middle third rule, Biaxial bending, examples of civil engineering structures subjected to direct and bending stresses.
UNIT – IV
Unsymmetrical Bending & Shear Center : Determination of principal axes, Product of inertia.
Torsion : Relation between torsional moment, twist and shear stress, Torsion of non circular sections.
UNIT - V
Material Properties of steel and concrete : Behaviour of materials under tension, compression, bending, shear and torsion, Standard tests, Impact, hardness and fatigue testing, Introduction to non destructive testing.
References Books :
1. Timoshenko and young, 'Strength of Materials', Von Nostrand East West Press.
2. E.P. Popov 'Mechanics of Materials' Prentice Hall India.
3. B.C. Punmia 'Strength of Materials & Mechanics of Structures', Vol. 1, Standard Book
House.
BICE-009:BUILDING TECHNOLOGY – II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Building Physics
a) Climate: Global climatic factors – Elements of climate – Data and measurement of elements of climate – Graphical representation methods - Site climate - Classification of climates.
b) Thermal comfort: Thermal balance of human body - Subjective variables - Thermal comfort indices and uses - Comfort zone.
c) Thermo-physical properties of building materials: Thermal quantities and their units - Periodic heat flow and its characteristics - Heat flow calculations.
d) Sun's movement and building: Solar temperature concept - Solar gain factor - Apparent movement of sun - Solar charts and its use - Sun control devices – External shading devices, Internal blinds and curtains and Special glasses
UNIT –II
Heat flow and thermal insulation
Heat flow through buildings - Thermal gradient ; Insulating materials - Properties - Thermal insulation of roofs, Exposed walls and Openings
UNIT –III
Tall buildings
Framed structures - Steel and concrete frames – Joints in steel and concrete frames - Introduction to prefabrication - Slip form and lift slab constructions.
UNIT –IV
Fire proof construction
Fire load - Fire resisting properties of building materials – Fire extinguishing methods – Fire proof construction methods.
UNIT –V
Building Failures
Concrete failure - Steel failure - Foundation failure - Other types of failures – Causes and Remedial measures.
UNIT –VI
Building services
a) Vertical transportation: Stairs - Types and design considerations ; Elevators - Types and design considerations ; Escalators - features, operation & arrangement ; Ramps.
b) Ventilation and air conditioning: Ventilation requirements - Natural and mechanical ventilation ; Air conditioning - Heat exchange of building - Calculation of air conditioning load - Summer and winter air conditioning - Parts and operation of a/c plant - Systems of air conditioning.
c) Plumbing services: Typical details of water supply and sewage disposal arrangements for buildings - Standard requirements.
UNIT –VII
Lighting
Photometric quantities - Day lighting - Day light factor and components - Artificial lighting - Lamps and luminaries - Polar distribution curves - Design of artificial lighting - Lumen method - Point by point method - Glare - Illumination requirements for various buildings - Measurement of illumination.
UNIT –VIII
Acoustics
Properties of sound - Frequency - Pitch - Intensity - Power- Pressure - Loudness - Decibel scale ; Room acoustics - Reverberation - Sabine's formula - Acoustical defects - Sound absorbing materials and constructions ; Requirements for good acoustics - General principles of acoustic design ; Sound insulation -Transmission loss – Methods of sound insulation construction of walls, floors and roofs.
References Books :
1. Punmia B.C., Building Construction, Laxmi Publications, 1999, New Delhi.
2. Koenigsberger, Manual of Tropical Housing and Building Part I - Climatic Design, Orient Longman, 1994, Madras.
3. Mckaig T.H., Building Failures, McGraw Hill, 1962, New York.
4. Knudsen V. O. & Harris C. M., Acoustical Design in Architecture, John Wiley, 1962, New York.
5. Adler R., Vertical Transportation for Buildings, American Elsevier Publishing Company, 1970, New York.
6. Huntington W. C., Building Construction, John Wiley, 1959, New York.
7. Indian Standard Institution, National Building Code of India, ISI, 1984, New Delhi
BICE-010:QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Purpose and importance of estimates, principles of estimating methods of taking out quantities of items of work. Mode of Measurement, Measurement sheet and adstract sheet; bills of quantities.
UNIT – II
Types of estimate, plinth area rate, cunical content rate, preliminary original, revised and
supplementary estimates different projects preparing detailed estimates of various types of Building, RCC work earth work calculations for roads and estimating of culverts. Services for building such as water supply, drainage.
UNIT– III
Rate Analysis: Task for average artisan, various factors involved in the rate of an item, material and labour requirement for various trades; preparation for rates of important items of work. Current schedule of rates (C.S.R)
UNIT - IV
Cost of works : Factors affecting cost of work, overhead charges Contingencies and work charge establishment, various percentage for different services in building.
UNIT - V
Valuation : Purpose, depreciation, sinking fund. scrap value year's purchase, gross and net income, dual rates interest. Method of Valuation, rent fixation of buildings.
References Books :
1. Estimation & Costing by B.N. Dutta
2. Estimation & Costing by Rangwala
BICE-025: HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
Difference between open channel flow and pipe flow, geometrical parameters of a channel, continuity equation. Critical depth, concepts of specific energy and specific force, application of specific energy principle for interpretation of open channel phenomena, flow through vertical and horizontal contractions.
UNIT – II
Chezy‟s and Manning‟s equations for uniform flow in open channel, Velocity distribution, most efficient channel section.
UNIT- III
Equation of gradually varied flow and its limitations, flow classification and surface profiles, integration of varied flow equation by analytical, graphical and numerical methods, flow in channels of non-linear alignment
UNIT - IV
Classical hydraulic jump, evaluation of the jump elements in rectangular and non-rectangular channels on horizontal and sloping beds, open channel surge, celerity of the gravity wave, deep and shallow water waves.
UNIT - V
Rotodynamic pumps, classification on different basis, basic equations, Velocity triangles, manometric head, efficiencies, cavitations in pumps, characteristics curves.
Introduction, Rotodynamic Machines, Pelton Turbine, equations for jet and rotor size, efficiency, spear valve, reaction turbines, Francis and Kaplan type, Head on reaction turbine, unit quantities, similarity laws and specific speed, cavitation, characteristic curves.
References Books :
1. Garde,R.J., “ Fluid Mechanics through Problems”, New Age International
2. Streeter, V.L. and White, E.B., “Fluid Mechanics”, McGraw Hill, New York,
3. Asawa,G.L., “Experimental Fluid Mechanics”, Vol.1, NemChand and Bros.,
4. Ranga Raju, K.G., Flow through open channels, T.M.H. 2nd edition
5. Rajesh Srivastava , Flow through Open Channels , Oxford University Press
6. Subramanya , Flow through Open Channels , TMH
7. Vasandani , Hydraulic Machines
BICE-026: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING I
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Nature of soil and functional relationships: soil type - concepts of single grained, honey combed and flocculent structure and their effects on the basic soil properties - 3 phase system - void ratio - specific gravity - dry density - porosity - water content - saturated unit weight - submerged unit weight - degree of saturation
Laboratory and field identification of soils: determination of water content by oven drying - specific gravity using pycnometer and specific gravity bottle - grain size analysis by sieve analysis, hydrometer analysis and pipette analysis - Atterberg limits and indices - visual identification by simple field tests - field density by core cutter - sand replacement and wax coating methods
Classification of soils: necessity - principles of classification - I.S. classification - plasticity charts - group index
UNIT –II
Soil water: types - effective stress - total stress - pore pressure - pressure diagrams
Permeability: definition - Darcy‟s law - factors affecting permeability - laboratory determination - stratified soils - average permeability
Stress distribution: Boussinesque‟s and Westergaard‟s equations for vertical pressure due to point loads and uniformly distributed loads - assumptions and limitations - pressure bulb - newmark charts and their use - line loads and strip loads
UNIT –III
Consolidation: definition - concepts of coefficient of compressibility - coefficient of volume change and compression index - e-log p curves - pre-consolidation pressure - Terzaghi‟s theory of one dimensional consolidation - difference between consolidation and compaction
Compaction: definition and objectives of compaction - proctor test and modified proctor test - concept of OMC and maximum dry density - zero air voids line - factors influencing compaction - effect of compaction on soil properties - field compaction methods - proctor needle for field control
UNIT –IV
Shear Strength: definition - Mohr‟s strength and stress circles - origin of planes - Mohr‟s envelope - Mohr-Coulomb strength theory - direct, triaxial and UCC tests - drainage conditions - measurement of pore pressure - vane shear tests - total and effective stress - strength parameters - choice of test conditions for field problems
Stability of slopes: slope failure, base failure and toe failure - Swedish circle method - φ=0 analysis and c=0 analysis - friction circle method - Taylor‟s stability number - stability charts - sliding block analysis
References Books :
1. Terzaghi K. & Peck R.B., Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice, John Wiley
2. Alam Singh, Soil Engineering-Theory and Practice, Asia Pub.
3. Punmia B.C., Soil Mechanics and Foundations, Saurabh
4. Murthy V.N.S., Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Dhanpat Rai
5. Khan I.H., Text Book of Geotechnical Engineering, Prentice Hall of
BICEL-007:LAB-X (STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of experiments :
1. Compression test. (Concrete & mortar cubes, bricks)
2. Modulus of rupture of concrete.
3. Stress - strain curve of mild steel.
4. Flexural rigidity of beam.
5. Buckling of struts with different end conditions.
6. Reactions of statically determinate beams.
7. Non destructive testing of concrete using Rebound Hammer Method.
8. Non destructive testing of concrete using Pulse Velocity Methods.
BICEL-008:LAB-XI (HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
1. To determine the Manning‟s coefficient of roughness „n‟ for the bed of a given flume.
2. To study the velocity distribution in an open channel and to determine the energy and momentum correction factors
3. To study the flow characteristics over a hump placed in an open channel.
4. To study the flow through a horizontal contraction in a rectangular channel.
5. To calibrate a broad-crested weir.
6. To study the characteristics of free hydraulic jump.
7. To study rotodynamic pumps and their characteristics
8. To study characteristics of any two turbines ( Francis/ Kaplan / Pelton )
BICE-011: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Strain Energy in tension, compression, torsion and bending, Castigliano's theorems, virtual work principles, Analysis of trusses by statistical methods. (Method of sections and method of joints). Deflections of determinate pin jointed frames
UNIT – II
Rolling loads and influence lines. Maximum S.F. and B.M curves for various types of rolling loads, focal length , EUDL, influence lines for shear force and bending moment for determinate beams. Influence lines for member forces in pin jointed trusses.
UNIT – III
Three hinged arches, cables and suspension bridges. Eddy's theorem. Two hinged arches. Rib shortening and temperature effects. Influence lines.
UNIT – IV
Analysis of Indeterminate Structures. Statistical and kinematic indeterminacy. Fixed and
continuous beams. Calculation of slopes and deflections of statically determinate beams.
UNIT – V
Analysis of beams and non sway frames by moment distribution and slope deflection methods. Effect of sinking of support.
References Books :
1. Wang C.K., Statically Indeterminate Structures McGraw Hill, 1983, New York.
2. Langhaar H.L. & Boresi A.P, Engineering Mechanics, McGraw Hill, 1959, New York.
3. Wilbur J.B. & Norris C.H., Elementary Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill, 1960, New York.
4. Wang C.K., Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill, 1960, New York.
5. Timoshenko S.P. & Young D.H., Theory of Structures, McGraw Hill, 1965, New York.
6. Kinney S., Intermediate Structural Analysis, Oxford & IBH, 1985, New Delhi.
7. Seely F.B and Smith.J.O., Advanced Mechanics of Materials., John Wiley, 1962, New York.
8. Thadani B.N., Modern Methods in Structural Mechanics I, Asia Publishing House, 1964, New Delhi.
BICE-012: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Earth pressure: earth pressure at rest - active and passive earth pressure for cohesionless and cohesive soils - Coulomb‟s and Rankine‟s theories - point of application of earth pressure for cases of with and without surcharge in cohesionless and cohesive soils - Culmann‟s and Rebhan‟s graphical construction for active earth pressure
Site investigation and soil exploration: objectives - planning - reconnaissance - methods of subsurface exploration - test pits - Auger borings - rotary drilling - depth of boring - boring log - soil profile- location of water table - S.P.T. - field vane shear test - geophysical methods (in brief) - sampling - disturbed and undisturbed samples - hand cut samples - Osterberg piston sampler
UNIT –II
Bearing capacity: ultimate and allowable bearing capacity - Terzaghi‟s equation for bearing capacity for continuous - circular and square footings - bearing capacity factors and charts - Skempton‟s formulae - effect of water table on bearing capacity - filed tests - bearing capacity from building codes - net bearing pressure - methods of improvement of soil bearing capacity - vibro flotation and sand drains
Settlement analysis: distribution of contact pressure - immediate and consolidation settlement - estimation of initial and final settlement under building loads - limitations in settlement computation - causes of settlement - permissible, total and differential settlements - cracks and effects of settlement
UNIT –III
Foundation - general consideration: functions of foundations - requisites of satisfactory foundations - different types of foundations - definition of shallow and deep foundation - selection of type of foundation - advantages and limitations of various types of foundations - open foundation excavations with unsupported slopes - supports for shallow and deep excavations - stress distribution in sheeting and bracing of shallow and deep excavations - stability of bottom of excavations
Footings: Individual, combined and continuous - design considerations - footings subjected to eccentric loading - procedure for proportioning footings for equal settlement Raft foundations: bearing capacity equations - design considerations - conventional design procedure for rigid mat - uplift pressures - methods of resisting uplift - floating foundations
UNIT –IV
Pile foundations: uses of piles - classification of piles based on purpose and material - determination of type and length of piles - determination of bearing capacity of axially loaded single vertical pile - (static and dynamic formulae) - determination of bearing capacity by penetration tests and pile load tests (IS methods) - negative skin friction - group action and pile spacing - analysis of pile groups - load distribution by Culmann‟s method
Caissons: open (well) caissons - box (floating) caissons - pneumatic caissons - construction details and design considerations of well foundations - types of drilled caissons and their construction details
References Books :
1. Joseph E. & Bowles, Foundation Analysis & Design, McGraw Hill
2. Leonards G.A., Foundation Engineering, McGraw Hill
3. Teng W.C., Foundation Design, PHI
4. Tomlinson M.J., Foundation Design & Construction, Pitman
5. Terzaghi & Peck, Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice, Asia Publishing
6. Punmia B.C., Soil Mechanics & Foundations, Laxmi
7. Murthy V.N.S., Soil Mechanics & Foundations
8. Iqbal H. Khan, Geo-technical Engineering
9. Arora K.R., Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg., Standard
BICE-013: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAWING-1
Lecture
Tutorial
Drawing
Credit
Marks
1
0
3
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
R.C.C. Structures
Introduction to limit state design, Design of rectangular beams, T- beams and L-beams, Design of one way slab, two slabs and circular Design of stairs with equal and unequal filghts.
UNIT – II
Columns and Footings: short and long columns, square, rectangular and circular sections,
isolated and combined footings. Cantilever and counterfort retaining walls.
Introduction to working stress method of design.
Steel Structures
UNIT – III
Design of riveted and welded joints.
Design of tension and compression members.
Design of built up cplumns with battens and lacing.
Design of siab base, gusseted bass and grillage foundation.
UNIT –IV
Design of simple and built up beams, Plate girders.
Design of angular and tubular roof trusses
References Books :
1. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures by Sinha and Roy
2. Design of R.C.C Structures by O.P jain Vol. I
3. Design of R.C.C. Structures by O.P Jain Vol.II
4. design of R.C.C Structures by Vazirani & Ratwani
5. Limit State Design of R.C.C. Structures by A.K Jain
6. Limit State Design of R.C.C.Structures by Ramchandra
7. Analysis & Design of R.C.C Structures by M.L. Gambhir
8. Concrete Technology By M.L. Gambhir
9. Concrete Technology by A.M. Neville
BICE-014: ENVIROMENTAL ENGINEERING I
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Water Quality & Quality : Water Demand, Fluctuations in demand, Population forecasting, Sources of water. Characteristics of water quality, Physical, Chemical and Biological water quality parameters, Water Quality requirements, Water Borne diseases, Standards for different uses.
UNIT II
Water Conveyance System : Conveyance of Water, Intake Structures, Rising and Gravity mains, Pumps systems and pumping stations, Valves and appurtenances, Pipe materials and Pipe fitting, O&M and trouble shooting for conveyance system
.
UNIT III
Water Distribution System : Distribution Reservoir capacity, Water Distribution Network , Analysis of distribution network, Layout, Capacity and pressure requirements, leak detection, Maintenance, Water supply in buildings and plumbing.
UNIT IV
Conventional Water treatment Processes : Aeration Sedimentation Coagulation and Flocculation, Filtration, Disinfection.
UNIT V
Other Water Treatment Processes : Purification Processes in natural systems, Water Softening, Removal of Taste and odor, Advanced methods of Water treatment, Deflouridation, Dissolved solids removal.
References Books :
1. Water Supply Waste Disposal and Environmental Pollution Engineering by A.K.Chatterjee.
2. Enviromental Engineering Vol. 1 - Water Supply Engineering by Santosh kumar Garg.
3. Elements of Public Health Engineering by K.N.Duggal.
4. Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering by G.S Birdie and J.S. Birdie.
5. Enviromental Engineering by Howard S.Peavy, Donald R. Rowe and George Tchobanoglous.
6. Water Supply Engineering by B.C. Punnia, Ashok Jain and Arun Jain.
7. Water Supply Engineering by R.S. Kshirsagar.
8. Water Supply and Sewage by Terence J.Mcghee.
9. Water and Waste Water Technology by Mark T Hammer.
BICE-015: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Hydrologic cycle- Precipitation, rainfall variations, measurement, presentation of RF data, Mean precipitation, Abstractions from precipitation- Runoff-Long term runoff, empirical formulae, short term runoff- hydrograph analysis. Flood-Rational and Empirical methods for prediction - Design floods. Ground water- Aquifer types-flow of ground water – Well hydraulics-Types of wells-Other sources of ground water.
UNIT –II
Necessity of irrigation and type of irrigation systems.-Total planning concept-Water requirements of crops-Command area-duty-delta. Consumptive use of water –Irrigation efficiency-Irrigation requirement of crops-Reservoir planning-Site investigation-Zones of storage-Reservoir yield-Reservoir losses and Control-Life of reservoir
UNIT –III
Diversion head works-Location – Essential components of Weir and Barrage-Weirs on permeable foundations-Blighs and khoslas seepage theories - Design procedure.
Dams - Types of dams and their selection-Gravity dam-Analysis and design.
Spillways-Different types and suitability.
UNIT –IV
Irrigation canals - Intake structures, Canal Outlets, Canal regulation works-Canal falls-Canal regulators-Canal escapes-Surplussing arrangements in minor irrigation tanks-Cross drainage works-Types and selection of type of cross drainage works
References Books :
1. Ven Te Chow etal, Applied Hydrology, Mc Graw -Hill Book Co, NY
2. K.Subramanya , Engineering Hydrology, Tata Mc Graw - hill publishers, New Delhi
3. Linsley.R.K.etal Water Resources Engineering, Mc Graw-Hill International Edition,1996.
4. Mays.L.W. Water Resources Handbook, Mc Graw – Hill International Edition, 1996
5. Dr P.N.Modi, Irrigation, Water Resources, and Water power Engineering, Standard Book House 1990
BICEL-009 : LAB-XII (STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS LAB – II)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of experiment:
1. Horizontal and vertical reactions of 3 hinged arch and influence lines
2. Horizontal and vertical reaction of 2 hinged arch and influence lines
3. Deflection of cable under concentrated loads
4. Deflection of curved beams
5. Verification of Maxwell - Betti reciprocal theorem
6. Influence lines by Muller - Breslau principle
7. Deflection of beams under concentrated loads
BICEL-010: LAB-XIII (GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
1. Specific gravity of coarse and fine grained soils
2. Grain size analysis (a) Sieve analysis (b) Pipette analysis
3. Atterberg limits and indices
4. Determination of field density (a) sand replacement method (b) core cutter method
5. Determination of coefficient of permeability by
(a) Constant head method (b Variable head method
6. Consolidation test
7. Compaction test (a) IS light compaction test (b) IS heavy compaction test
8. California bearing ratio test
9. Direct shear test
10. Triaxial shear test
11. Unconfined compressive strength test
12. Laboratory vane shear test
BICEL-011: LAB-XIV (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG- I)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 30+Internal:70
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments:
1. Water sampling procedure preservation of samples, preparation of standard solution.
2. To measure turbidity PH, conductivity of water samples.
3. To determine total dissolved solids.
4. To determine dissolved Oxygen in water sample.
5. To determine alkalinity of water sample.
6. To determine Chloride in water sample.
7. To determine hardness in water sample.
8. To determine Sulphate in water sample.
9. Determination of bulk density, gravity, pH. moisture content in soiled waste sample.
10. To determine acidity in water sample measurement of chlorine demand of water . sample and chloride residual.
11. Determination of Iron, Manganese and Fluoride in water sample.
BICE-016: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – III
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
1
0
3
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Moment distribution method: Analysis of non sway frames and sway frames, analysis of portals with inclined members. Analysis of fixed arches.
UNIT – II
Kani's method : Analysis of beams and frames. Influence lines for indeterminate structure, Muller Bresau principle.
UNIT – III
Plastic analysis of beams and frames. Redundant pin jointed frames.
UNIT – IV
Matrix method of structural analysis (Force method). Approximate analysis of multi-story building frames lateral loads for multistory frames. (Portal method).
UNIT – V
Matrix method structural analysis (Displacement method). Approximate analysis of multi-story building frames for lateral loads (cantilever method).
References Books :
1. Wang C.K., Statically Indeterminate Structures, McGraw Hill
2. Wilbur J.B. & Norris C.H., Elementary Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill
3. Wang C.K., Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill
4. Timoshenko S.P. & Young D.H., Theory of Structures, McGraw Hill
5. Kinney S.J., Indeterminate Structural Analysis, Oxford & IBH
6. Matheson J.A.L., Hyperstatic Structures, John Wiley and Sons
7. Reddy C.S., Basic Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill
8. Negi L.S. & Jangid R.S, Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill
9. Rajasekaran S. & Sankarasubramanian G., Computational Structural Mechanics, PHI
BICE-017: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND DRAWING – II
Lecture
Tutorial
Drawing
Credit
Marks
1
0
3
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Design of domes, Design of water tanks with domical top and flat bottom, tanks with domical top and bottom, Tanks on ground and overhead tanks, Intze tanks, staging and foundation. Slab bridges and T-beam Bridges for IRC loading.
UNIT II
Introduction to prestressed concrete, systems of prestressing, losses of prestress. Design of prestresses concrete beams. Design of R.C.C soils and bunkers
UNIT III
Design of plate girder railway bridges.
Design of trussed girder railway bridges.
UNIT IV
Design of steel tanks with conical and hemispherical bottom.
Design of pressed steel tanks square and rectangular, design of supporting towers with
foundations. Design of steel chimneys bunkers.
References Books :
1. Design of Steel Structures by P.Dayaratnam
2. Design of Steel Structures by S.K.Duggal
3. Design of Steel Structures by N.S.Negi
4. Design of Steel Structures by S.A.Kazimi
5. Comprehensive Design of Steel Structures by B.C.Punmia.
BICE-018: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Wastewater Characteristic & Collection :
Biological water quality Parameters, Flow fluctuations and estimations for domestic & industrial sewage, sewerage schemes and design of sewers for both separate and combined systems, sewer appurtenants, construction and maintenance of sewer, pumping stations, effluent standards.
UNIT II
Engineered Systems for Wastewater Treatment :
Water purification processes in natural systems : physical, chemical and biochemical processes involved, organic discharge and stream ecology.
Preliminary treatment methods sedimentation tanks. Theory and design of biological treatment methods such as trickling filters, activated sludge process include their modifications , stabilization ponds, oxidation ditches and aerated lagoons.
UNIT III
Anaerobic Systems and Treatment of Sludge :
Introduction to Anaerobic process such as Anaerobic filters, UASB etc. , Anaerobic lagoons , Septic and Imhoff tanks, Source and Treatment (aerobic/ anaerobic) of sludge, sludge thickening, sludge drying beds and disposal of sludge.
UNIT IV
Wastewater Treatment Plants and Advanced Wastewater Treatment :
Treatment Plants : site selection, plant design, Hydraulic Profiles, operation and maintenance aspects. Disposal of treated effluents, standards for disposal, reuse of effluents. Advanced Wastewater treatment for Nutrient and Solids removal. Introductory Concepts of treatment of industrial sewage and common effluent treatment plants
.
References Books :
1. Environmental Engineering by Peauy, Rowe, Techobauoglous.
2. Water & Wastewater Engineering by Birdi
3. Manual of Wastewater Treatment, CPHEEO
BICE-019: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING –I
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
--
4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
RAILWAY ENGINEERING
UNIT – I
1. General Introduction to Railway Engg. surveys and alignment.
2. Permanent Way:
(i) Rails : Types, Welding of rails, wear and tear of rails, rail creep.
(ii) Sleepers: Types and comparison, requirement of good sleeper, sleeper density.
(iii) Rail fasteners: Type : fish plates, fish bolts, spikes, bearing plates, chain keys, check and guard rails.
(iv) Ballast Requirement of good ballast, various materials used as ballast, Quantity of ballast.
(v)Sub - grade & embankment : Sub-grade preparation & requirements
(vi)Construction & maintenance of permanent ways
UNIT - II
1. Geometric design: Formation, cross section, super elevation, equilibrium cant & cant
deficiency, various curves, speed regulation on curves.
2. Various tractive resistances, hauling capacity & tractive efforts.
UNIT – III
1. Stations & yards: Types, locations general equipments, layouts
2. Points & crossing: Definition, layout details of turnouts.
3. Signaling & interlocking: types of signals in stations & yards, principles of signaling & interlocking
4. Modern techniques for safety in railways
UNIT – IV
Airport Engineering
Introduction : Airport site selection, wind rose diagram, basic runway length & corrections, classification of airports, geometrical, runway capacity zoning regulation, emergency surface, airport lightening & traffic controls.
UNIT – V
Docks & Harbours
Introduction to docks & harbour & their types, design & construction of break waters, Design consideration & construction of Docks, port building, cargo handling equipment & navigational aids
References Books :
1. A Text Book of Railway Engg by S.C. Saxena & S.P.Arora
2. Principles of Railway Engg. by S.C Rangwala.
3. Railway Track Engineering by I.S. Mundry.
4. A Course in Docks and Harbour Engineering by S.P Bindra.
5. Elements of Docks and Harbour Engg. by H.P.Oza & Oza.
6. Airport planning and design by S.K Khanna, Arora and Jain.
BICEL-012: LAB-XV (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB –II)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 15+Internal:35
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments:
1. To determine Biochemical Oxygen Demand of waste water sample.
2. To determine chemical oxygen demand of waste water sample.
3. Determination of Ammonia Nitrogen, Organic Nitrogen, Nitric Nitrogen and Nitrate
Nitrogen of waste water sample.
4. Determination of solids in waste water sample – Total solids, settleable solids,
Suspended solids and dissolved solids.
5. Determination of phosphorous and phosphate.
6. Determination of Volatile acids.
7. Analysis of waste sample for Carbon Dioxide , Oxygen, Hydrogen Sulphide, Methane.
8. Ambient air analysis by high volume sampler.
9. Determination of Sodium and Potassium by Hanne Photometer.
BICE-020: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-II
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
HIGHWAY ENGINEERING
UNIT I
1. Introduction :- Scope of highway engineering, road planning and finances in India.
Classification of roads, planning surveys.
2. Highway Alignments :- Requirements, Surveys for highway location.
3. Transportation Planning : Transport planning process, transportation survey, trip generation, trip distribution, traffic assignment , model split evaluation , land use transport model, transport planning for small and medium sized cities.
UNIT II
1. Highway Geometric Design :- Introduction , highway cross section elements, sight distance, design of horizontal alignment, design of vertical alignment.
2. Highway Materials : sub grade soil, stone aggregates, Bituminous paving mixes.
UNIT III
1. Design of highway pavements : Introduction , design factors of flexible pavements, design of rigid pavements.
Highway construction : Construction of earth roads, construction of WBM roads construction of
bituminous pavement, construction of cement concrete pavements and their joints.
Drainage of roads : surface and subsurface drainage.
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
UNIT IV
1 Traffic characteristics : Road users and the vehicle characteristics.
2.Traffic surveys : Speed journey time delay surveys, vehicle volume count classification and occupancy, O&D surveys, parking surveys. Use of photographic techniques in traffic engg.
3. Modern aids in traffic surveys : GIS in traffic engineering.
4. Traffic controls : Traffic sign and signals, road marking , traffic control aids and steel furniture.
5. Traffic capacity studies : volume , density, capacity, level of service.
UNIT V
1. Current topics in transportation engineering : Expressways and freeways, problem of mass transportation flyovers, traffic and environment, intelligent transport system.
2. Transport Economics : Economics evaluation of transportation plans, vehicle operating costs, value of travel time saving, accident costs, traffic congestion, traffic restraints and road pricing.
References Books :
1. Highway Engineering By S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo
2. Principles & practice of Highway Engg. By L.R. Kadiyali
3. Principles of pavement Design By E.J. Yoder and M.W. Witczak
4. Highway Engineering hand Book By K.B.Wood
5. Airport planning and Design By S.K.Khanna, Arora and Jain
6. Planning and Design of Airports By Robert horonjeff and Francis X. Mckelvey.
BICE-021: ESTIMATION & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Importance of estimation, different types of estimates, specifications : general and
detailed. Methods of estimation, Estimates of RC works, Estimates of Buildings.
UNIT – II
Analysis of rates, Prime cost, Work charge establishment, Quantity of materials per unit
of work for major Civil Engineering items, Resource planning through analysis of rates,
market rates, P.W.D. schedule of rates and cost indices for building material and labour.
Introduction to Valuation.
UNIT – III
Project cycle, Organisation, Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring, Updating and
Management System in Construction. Bar Chart, Milestone charts, Work down structure
and preparation of networks. Application of network, Techniques like PERT, GERT,
CPM, AON and AOA techniques.
UNIT – IV
Project monitoring, cost planning, resources allocation through network techniques. Time
value of money, Present economy studies, Equivalence concept, financing of projects,
economic comparison, present worth method, equivalent annual cost method, discounted
cash flow method, Depreciation and break even cost analysis.
UNIT –V
Legal aspects of contracts, their relative advantages and disadvantages, Different types of
contracts, their relative advantages and disadvantages, Elements of tender preparation,
process of tendering, pre-qualification of contracts, Evaluation of tender preparation,
process of tendering, Evaluation of tender, Contract negotiation and award of work.
References Books :
1. Estimating and Costing by B. N. Dutta.
2. PERT and CPM Principles and Appluication by L. S. Shrinath.
3. Estimating, Costing and Valuation in Civil Engineering by M. Chakraborty.
4. Construction, Planning, Equipment and Methods by R. L. Peurify
5. Network Analysis Techniques by S. K. Bhatnagar.
6. Construction Planning and Management by U. K. Srivastava.
BICE-022: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
A. Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering
UNIT –I
Introduction to Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering: importance of numerical methods in civil engineering - sources of errors in numerical methods - number representations - fixed and floating point numbers - significant digits - round off errors - development of computer algorithms - pseudo code
Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations in One Variable: bisection method - method of false position - Newton-Raphson method - successive approximation method - development of computer algorithms for each of the above methods
System of Linear Algebraic Equations: solution of linear algebraic equations using Gauss elimination method and LU decomposition method - solution by iterative method - conditions of convergence-III conditioned system of equations
Applications in Civil Engineering Problems
UNIT – II
Eigen Value Problems: determination of eigen values and eigen vectors by Power method and Jacobi‟s method
Interpolation: Newton‟s formulae - Gauss‟ formulae - Lagrangian interpolation - Cubic spline interpolation
Applications in Civil Engineering Problems
UNIT – III
Numerical differentiation and integration: numerical differentiation using Newton‟s formula - maximum and minimum values of tabulated functions - numerical integration - trapezoidal formula - Simpson‟s formulae and Gauss quadrature - development of computer algorithms for numerical integration
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Taylor‟s series method - Euler‟s method - Runge-Kutta method - finite difference method for the solution of boundary value problems
Applications in Civil Engineering Problems
B. Optimisation Methods in Civil Engineering
UNIT –IV
Linear programming problems: statement of an optimisation problem - linear and nonlinear programming problems - standard form of linear programming problems - applications of linear programming in civil engineering
Introduction to nonlinear programming problems: (outline only - descriptive questions only are expected) - difficulties in nonlinear programming problems - unconstrained optimization problems - unimodal function - search methods - one dimensional minimization methods - Fibonacci and golden section methods - examples of one dimensional minimization problems in civil engineering
References Books :
1. Sastry S.S., Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, Prentice Hall of India
2. Scarborough J.B., Numerical Mathematical Analysis, Oxford & IBH
3. Chapra, S.C., and Canale, R.P., Numerical Methods for Engineers, McGraw Hill, Inc.
4. Rao S.S., Engineering Optimization - Theory & Applications, New Age International Publishers
BICEL-013: LAB-XVI (TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB )
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 15+Internal:35
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
List of Experiments:
1. Aggregate Crushing Value Test.
2. Abrasion Test (a) Los Angeles (b) Deval Abrasion
3. Aggregate Impact Test.
4. Specific Gravity and Water Absorption Test
5. Shape Test (a) Flakiness Index (b) Elongation Index
6. Bulk Density
7. Penetration Test.
8. Softening Point Test
9. Ductility Test.
10. Flash and Fire Point Test.
11. CBR Test.
BICEL-014: LAB-XVII (COMPUTER APPLICATIONS LAB)
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
2
1
External: 15+Internal:35
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
To familiarize and give hands on training to students in the following areas of Civil Engineering Application software
1. Drafting and documentation
2. Surveying – terrain mapping, computation of areas & volumes
3. Structural Analysis and Design
4. Water resources
5. Geotechnical Engineering
6. Road/Railway system
7. Environmental Engineering
8. Estimation and costing
9. Project management
Recommended packages:
 Auto CAD, MicroStation, MS Office, Matlab, Grapher/Sigma plot
 Moss, AutoCivil, Intergraph
 ASAP, Staad
 Water CAD, Flow master
 Win log, Geoslope, Beurcap
 InRoads
 MS – Project
Elective- I,II(Seventh Semester)
The students have to choose any two subjects from the following:
BICEE-001: SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Solid Waste : Sources, types compositions, physical, chemical and biological properties of solid wastes, sources and types of hazardouns and infactions wastes in municipal solid wastes.
UNIT II
Solid waste generation and collection, Handling storage, processing, transportation.
UNIT III
Disposal of solid Waste : Materials separation and processing, thermal conversation, biological and chemical conversation , recycling of material in municipal solid wastes. Land filling , Composting gas generation, closure of landfills.
UNIT IV
Industrial Solid Wastes: Composition, biodegradable, non biodegradable hazardous, toxic solid wastes, methods of detoxification, disposal on land disposal into water bodies. Legal aspects of municipal solid waste collection, conveyance, treatment and disposal.
UNIT V
Hazardous Wastes: Origin, quantity and quality parameters. Treatment and disposal methods, physico-chemical and biological, stabilization and solidification , thermal methods, land disposal , site remediation.
Text books
1. Nemerow, Theory and Practices of Industrial Waste Treatment, Addison Wiley
2. Guruham C.B., Principles of Industrial Waste Engineering
3. Rau J.G and Wooler D.S., Environmental Impact Analysis, Handbook, Mc Graw Hill
4. Kreith: Handbook of Solid Waste Management
5. Vesilind, Worrell and Reinhart: Solid Waste Engineering
6. Integrated Solid Waste Management: Tchobanoglous : M/c Graw Hill.
7. Solid Waste Management in developing countries. Bhide and Sunderashan
8. Hand book on Solid Waste Disposal.: Pavoni J.L.
9. Environmental Engineering.: Peavy and Tchobanoglous
10. Environmental Engineering – Vol II.: S.K. Garg
11. Biomedical waste handling rules – 2000.
BICEE-002:PRESTRESSED CONCRETE
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT - I
MATERIALS: High strength concrete and steel, Stress-Strain characteristics and properties.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PRESTRESSING: Fundamentals, Load balancing concept, Stress concept, centre of Thrust. Pre-tensioning and post-tensioning systems, tensioning methods and end anchorages.
UNIT - II
ANALYSIS OF SECTIONS FOR FLEXURE: Stresses in concrete due to pre-stress and loads, stresses in steel due to loads, Cable profiles.
UNIT – III
LOSSES OF PRE-STRESS: Various losses encountered in pre-tensioning and post tensioning methods, determination of jacking force. UNIT - IV
DEFLECTIONS: Deflection of a pre-stressed member – Short term and long term deflections, Elastic deflections under transfer loads and due to different cable profiles. Deflection limits as per IS 1343. Effect of creep on deflection, load verses deflection curve, methods of reducing deflection
UNIT - V
LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE: Flexure -IS Code recommendations – Ultimate flexural strength of sections.
UNIT - VI
LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE (cont…): Shear - IS Code recommendations, shear resistance of sections, shear reinforcement. Limit state of serviceability – control of deflections and cracking.
UNIT - VII
DESIGN OF END BLOCKS: Transmission of prestress in pretensioned members, transmission length, Anchorage stress in post-tensioned members. Bearing stress and bursting tensile force-stresses in end blocks-Methods, I.S. Code, provision for the design of end block reinforcement.
UNIT - VIII
DESIGN OF BEAMS: Design of pre-tensioned and post-tensioned symmetrical and asymmetrical sections. Permissible stress, design of prestressing force and eccentricity, limiting zone of pre-stressing force cable profile.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Pre-stressed Concrete- N. Krishna Raju - Tata Mc. Graw Publishers.
2. Pre-stressed Concrete- P. Dayarathnam : Oxford and IBH Publishing Co.
3. Design of pre-stressed concrete structures- T.Y. Lin and Ned H. Burns - John Wiley & Sons, New York.
4. Fundamental of pre-stressed concrete- N.C. Sinha & S.K. Roy
5. IS : 1343 : 1980
6. Pre-stressed Concrete- N. Rajgopalan
BICEE-003: REMOTE SENSING IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Introduction: Physical basis of Remote Sensing , Sensor systems ground based, air bourne and satellite, passive scanning system multi-spectral scanners(MSS) , Thermal Infraded Scanning system, Radio-meters, Active Scanning system : Radar, Lidar, Satellite data-types, description and utility for various Civil Engineering projects.
UNIT II
Remote Sensing in Civil Engineering Projects : Introduction, Role of remote sensing in terrain investigation, photogrammetry, photo-interpretation, Selection of appropriate date, Digital processing of satellite data, Necessity of field work to collect ground truth.
UNIT III
Topographic Mapping using remote sensing : Introduction , Aerial photographs, Scale, geometric characteristics, parallax bar, generation of Digital Elevation Model, Stereoplotters, Requirements for cartogrsphic presentation of satellite data. Mapping using satellite image interpretation, Mapping of inaccessible areas using side Looking Airborne Radar data.
UNIT IV
Resources mapping for civil engineering projects : Identification of Geomorphic and Hydrogeomorphic features and mapping. Locating construction materials - water resources, sand, soil, kankar, rocks.
Soil characteristics using remote sensing : Application of visible, infra-red and microwave remote sensing for identification of soil types, grain size and soil moisture studies, Monitoring areas prone to Landslides using remote sensing, digital model and GIS.
UNIT V
Application in water resources engineering : Mapping surface water bodies using satellite data, studies related to floods, snow melts, wetland, coastal environment, sediment transport, ground water targetting, bathymetry. Regional and urban planning using remote sensing : Land use.Land cover classification, urban land use planning, urban sprawl monitoring, waste disposal sites.
References Books:
1. Introductory Digital Image Processing - J.R.Jeusen
2. Remote Sensing for Environment and Forest Management by A.Mehrotra & R.K.Suri
3. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation by Lilles T.M.and kiefer R.W.
4. Mannual of Remote Sensing - Vol-I.
5. Priciples of Remote sensing - P.T.
6. Maping & Compiling by K.K.Rampal
7. Manual of Photographic Interpretation.
8. A Multipurpose Level Information system for Rural resources planntey (soil & water
Conservation) by S.J.Ventura, Niemann B.J. and D.D. Mayer.
BICEE-004: STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Introduction to optimization problem: Design variables – design constraints – the objective function – the design space – the problem formulation.
Single variable optimization problems: classical optimization technique – problems with no constraints, with equality constraints and with inequality constraints.
Linear programming.
UNIT –II
Multi-variable optimization problems: optimization with no constraints, with equality constraints – solution by substitution, constrained variation and lagrange multipliers, with inequality constraints – Kuhn-Tucker condition. Convex programming problems:
Non-Linear programming: One dimensional minimization methods – unimodal function – unrestricted search – Dichotomous search – Fibonacci method – Quadratic and cubic interpolation methods – Direct root method.
UNIT –III
Non-linear programming – Unconstrained optimization techniques:
Direct search method and indirect search method
Non-linear programming – constrained optimization techniques – direct and indirect methods.
Dynamic programming
UNIT –IV
Geometric programming: Introduction – arithmetic – geometric inequality – formulation of geometric programming – solution methods.
Genetic algorithms: Introduction – discrete variable optimization – Coding – fitness function – simple GA operators – reproduction, cross over and mutation.
References Books:
1. S.S. Rao, “Engineering optimization – theory and practice‟, New Age international (P) Ltd.,
2. Kalyanmoy Deb., „Optimization for Engineering Design – Algorithms and Examples‟, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi.
3. Kirsch U., „Optimum Structural Design‟, Mc Graw Hill.
4. Stark R.M and Nicholls R.L., „Mathematical Foundation for Design‟, Mc Graw Hill.
5. Fox R.L., „Optimization methods for Engg. Design, Addison – Wesley Pub.
6. Hardley G., „ Linear Programming‟, Narosa Pub.
7. Rajeev, S and Krishnamoorthy, C.S (1992), „Discrete Optimization of Structures Using Genetic Algorithms‟ Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol. 118, No.5, pp 1223-1250.
BICEE-009: ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Gantry Girder: Design of gantry girder – welded compound sections
UNIT –II
Water Tanks & Towers: Design of rectangular pressed steel tanks – Design of suspended bottom tanks – cylindrical tank with hemispherical bottom – design of staging
UNIT –III
Chimneys: Design of self supporting chimney – Design principles of guyed chimney
UNIT –IV
Plate girder bridges – Plate girders – Loads – Equivalent uniformly distributed loads – Indian railway code of practice – Design of plate girder bridges – Bearings
UNIT –V
Light gauge members – Light gauge sections – design considerations – allowable stresses – buckling
Design of compression members, tension members and laterally supported beams – connections
Note:
1. All designs shall be done as per I.S specifications
2. All designs shall be supplemented with detailing
3. Use of SP: 6 (structural sections) and I.S Codes shall be permitted in the examination hall
References Books:
1. Ramchandra, Design of Steel Structures Vol I and II, Standard book house
2. P. Dayaratnam, Design of Steel Structures, (Wheeler)
3. M. Raghupathi, Design of Steel Structures, Tata McGraw Hill
4. Lin & Breslar, Design of Steel Structures, John Wiley & Sons
BICEE-012: AIR QUALITY MONITORING & CONTROL
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
1. Air pollution problem: Economics and social aspects, historical episodes of air pollution.
2. Sources of Air pollution: Effects of air pollution on health, animal, plants and materials. role of meteorological condition, properties of typical air pollutants, air diffusion and concentration pollutants, general diseases caused by air pollutants. toxicity of various pollutants.
3. Sampling and Analyzing of Air Pollutants: Instruments pollution survey, standards of air pollution.
4. Principle of air pollution control, site selection and zoning, various control methods, process and equipment changes, design and operation of various air pollution control equipments.
5. Air pollution in control legislation, public education pollution standards, status of air pollution control in various countries.
6. Industrial Hygiene: Concept and importance, factory involved in environmental hazards, industrial ventilation occupational diseases, control methods.
References Books:
Air Pollution by C.R.Philips.
BICEE-013: ELEMENTS OF SOIL DYNAMICS AND MACHINE FOUNDATION
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Importance of soildynamics, different types of dynamic loads, permissible dynamic, its relation with frequency.
Theory of Vibration : Free and forced vibrations - undamped and damped for single degree of freedom system. Harmonic and transient conditions. Mass Spring-Dashpot model and calculation of response magnification. Transmissibility of force.
UNIT II
Determination of natural frequency of soil foundation system - empirical and semi-empirical methods. Dynamic Soils constants Cu, C, C, C, Gr and D factors affecting determination and approximate values. Calculation of dynamic amplitude, Lysner's lumped parameter approach.
UNIT III
Approaches to design of Machine Foundations, types and foundations for different types of machines , nature of dynamic forces produced by common machines, design criteria and permissible amplitudes. Principles of design of machine foundations, one design of impact type of reciprocating of machine.
UNIT IV
Effects of dynamic loads on bearing capacity and earth pressure and slope stability. Design of retaining wall subject to dynamic earth pressure or stability analysis under earthquake forces.
UNIT V
Body and surface waves, Elastic theory Velocities of waves, its determination in laboratory, effects of Rayleigh surface wave on engineering structures. Compaction of soils under dynamic loads, vibro-flotation , factors affecting and preventive measures.
References Books :
1. Soil Dynamics by Shamsher Prakash.
2. Soil Dynamics by B.M.Das.
3. Handbook of M/c Foundation by Srinivasan & Vaidanathaln
BICEE-011: EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Introduction
Introduction to engineering seismology – Seismic waves primary and secondary waves – Raleigh wave - Love wave – Magnitude of earthquake – Intensity
UNIT –II
Concept of seismic design
Approach to earthquake resistant design – General principles of a seismic design – Review of IS 1893:2002 – Building equivalent static analysis – Vertical distribution of seismic forces and horizontal shears – Dynamic analysis – Design spectrums – Seismic weights – Modal combination – Load combinations and permissible stresses – Guide lines for earthquake resistant design – Ductile detailing for seismic design
UNIT –III
Special structures
Design of water tanks – Elevated tower supported tanks - Hydrodynamic pressure in tanks – examples
Design of towers – Stack like structures – Chimneys – Design principles of retaining walls – Concept of design of bridges – Design of bearings
References Books :
1. IS: 1893-2002, Indian Standard Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, Part I, General Provisions, BIS, New Delhi, p.39
2. IS:1893-1984, Indian Standard Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, BIS, New Delhi, p.77
3. IS: 4326-1993, Indian Standard Code of practice for Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Buildings, BIS, New Delhi, 1993
4. SP:22-1982, Explanatory Hand Book on Codes of Earthquake Engineering, BIS, New Delhi, 1982.
5. IS:13920-1993, Indian Standard Ductile Detailing of RCC Structures subjected to seismic forces – Code of practice, 1993, p.16
6. Lecture notes prepared by Department of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee, 2002
7. Short term course notes on Earthquake Resistant Design , by Sudhir K Jain & CVR Murthy, I.I.T Kanpur
BICEE-010: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF BRIDGES
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Investigation of bridges
Need for investigation – selection of bridge site – preliminary data to be collected – preliminary drawings – design discharge – linear water way – economical span – location of piers and abutments – vertical clearance – sub soil exploration – width of carriageway.
UNIT –II
Standard Specifications of Bridges
General – IRC Bridge code – clearances – Dead load – live loads – application of LL on deck slabs – impact effect wind load – longitudinal forces – centrifugal forces – force due to water currents – buoyancy effect – temperature effects – secondary stresses – errection – seismic force – specifications for railway bridges –forces due to earthquake on railway bridges
UNIT –III
Reinforced concrete bridges
General – R.C box culverts – T-beam bridges – hollow girder bridges – continuous bridges – balanced cantilever bridges – arch bridges – rigid frame bridges – (Illustrative examples of culverts, T-beam bridges – balanced cantilever bridge and arch bridges.)
UNIT –IV
Steel bridges
General – plate girder bridges – box girder bridges – cable stayed bridges – suspension bridges (Illustrative examples of plate girder, truss bridge and suspension bridges)
UNIT –V
Bearings & joints
Importance of bearings – bearings for slab bridges – bearing for girder bridges – expansion bearings – modern trend in bearing design – joints – expansion joints
UNIT –VI
Prestressed concrete bridges
General – special features of prestressed concrete – types of prestressing – post tensioning – pre tensioning (Illustrative examples of pre and post tensioned bridges)
References Books :
1. Narendra Taly, Design of Modern Highway Bridges
2. D. Johnson Victor, Essentials of Bridge Engineering
3. O‟Connor C., Design of Bridge Super Structure
4. Edward Arnold, The Theory of Suspension Bridges
5. Troystsky M.S, Cable Stayed Bridges
6. Libby & Perkins, Modern Prestressed Concrete Highway Superstructure
BICEE-014: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECTS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Concepts of environmental impact analysis - key features of the National Environmental Policy Act and its implementation, screening in the EIA process, role of the USEPA, environmental protection and EIA at the national level, utility and scope of the EIA process
Planning and management of environmental impact studies
Environmental impact - factors for consideration in assessing the impacts of water related projects, power projects, waste water treatment facilities etc .
Concepts and terms in the impact assessment process, Socioeconomic impact analysis.
UNIT – II
Simple methods for impact identification – matrices, net works and checklists.
Description of the environmental setting
Environmental indices and indicators for describing the affected environment.
UNIT – III
Prediction and assessment of the impact on surface water, soil, groundwater, air, water quality, vegetation and wild life and biological environments. Case studies and examples.
UNIT – 1V
Prediction and assessment of visual impacts and impacts on the socio-economic setting, decision methods for evaluation of alternatives, public participation in decision-making
Preparing the EIA document
Environmental monitoring.
References Books:
1. Larry W Canter, Environmental Impact Assessment, McGraw Hill, Inc., 1996
2. Betty Bowers Marriot, Environmental Impact Assessment A Practical Guide, McGraw Hill, Inc., 1997.
3. C.J. Barrow, Environmental & Social Impact Assessment – An Introduction, Edward Arnold, 2002.
4. Evan. K. Paleologos and Ian Lerche,Environmental Risk Analysis, McGraw Hill Inc., 2001
5. Peter Morris (ed.) and Riki Therivel (ed.), Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment, Routledge, 2001.
Elective- III,IV(Eighth Semester)
The students have to choose any two subjects from the following:
BICEE-015: WATER RESOURCES SYSTEM PLANNING AND DESIGN
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Introduction: Water systems engineering –scope and approach.
Issues and the systems planning approach- water system dynamics- water resource development alternatives – Water systems planning objectives- Constraints and Criteria – Economic and Econometric principles
UNIT – II
Hydrologic input analysis, Demand analysis, System elements & Subsystem planning - Stochastic planning and management - Design and management issues.
UNIT – III
Optimization methods and their application in W.R. systems. Linear programming and Dynamic programming models. Problem formulation for W.R systems – Multi objective planning – Large scale system analysis- Case studies.
UNIT –IV
Ground water system planning – Conjunctive surface and G.W development- Hierarchical approach- Water quality management planning- Regional planning- Policy issues
References Books :
1. M. C. Chathurvedi, W.R. Systems – Planning & Management, Tata Mc Garw Hill Publications,New Delhi
2. Louks D P etal W.R System Planning & Analysis, Prentice Hall - 1981.
3. Maass. A. etal – Design Water Resources Systems – Mc. Millan. 1968
4. Goodman. A.S. Principles of Water Resources planning, Prentice – Hall, 1984
BICEE-020: RELIABILITY AND OPTIMIZATION OF STRUCTURES
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
Basic probability concepts - review of events and probability - elements of set theory -simple events and combination of events - venn diagram - mutually exclusive events - collectively exhaustive events - De Morgan‟s rule - basic axioms of probability - conditional probability - statistical independence - theorem of total probability - Baye‟s theorem - analytical models of random phenomena - random variables - discrete variables - continuous variables - jointly distributed discrete and continuous variables - marginal distribution - conditional distribution - functions of random variables - functions of single random variables - functions of two random variables - moments and expectations - variance - correlation - conditional expectations - review of some useful probability distributions - normal distribution - standard normal distribution - log normal distribution - binomial distribution - negative binomial distribution - poisson distribution - gamma distribution - extreme value distributions
UNIT –II
Basic structural reliability - uncertainties in reliability assessment - computation of structural reliability - Monte Carlo method - level 2 reliability methods - basic variables and failure surface - first order second moment methods (FOSM) - Hasofer and Lind‟s method - non-normal distribution - correlated variables - introduction to reliability of structural systems - system reliability - series systems - parallel systems - mixed systems - modeling of structural systems
UNIT –III
Introduction to formulation of optimization problems - design variables - design constraints - objective function - design space - classical optimization technique - single variable optimization - multi-variable optimization with no constraints - with equality constraints and with inequality constraints
UNIT –IV
Linear programming - standard form of linear programming - simplex method - dual simplex method - application to plastic analysis of simple frames - non linear programming - one dimensional minimization methods - uni modal functions - interpolation methods - unconstrained optimization methods - grid and random methods - steepest descent method - conjugate gradient method - Quasi-Newton method - variable metric method - univariate methods - pattern search method - constrained optimization methods (outline only) - different methods - formulation of problems to optimise simple reinforced concrete structural elements - graphical solution
References Books :
1. “Reliability Analysis and Design of Structures”, R. Ranganathan, Tata McGraw Hill publishing company ltd.,
2. “Engineering Optimization, theory and practice”, S.S Rao, New Age International (P) Ltd.
3. “Probability Concepts in Engineering Planning and Design”, Vol I and Vol II, A H-S Aug and W.H Tang, John Wiley & Sons.
4. “Methods of Structural Safety”, H.O Madsen, S. Krenk and N.C Lind, Prentice Hall, Inc.
5. “Structural Reliability Analysis and Prediction” R.E. Melchers, John Wiley & Sons.
6. “Optimum Structural Design”, Kirsch, U., McGraw Hill.
7. “Optimization for Engineering Design”, Deb Kalyanamoy, Prentice Hall.
BICEE-019: EARTH & ROCKFILL DAM ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT –I
1. Introduction: use of earth and rockfill dams - general features of earth and rockfill dams - types of earth dams - materials available for embankment construction - character of foundation - climate - shape and size of valley - river diversion - probable wave action-time available for construction - function of reservoir -earthquake activity - study of typical embankment sections including earth dams on Kerala
2. Exploration for foundation and embankment construction materials: influence of topography and sub-soil conditions on site selection - foundation subsurface exploration - studies of embankment construction materials
UNIT –II
3. Earth dam design: Basic consideration in design - location and alignment of dam - design of foundation - embankment design - design of internal drainage system - embankment details - design of appurtenances - design of provisions to control pore pressure - earth dams on pervious foundations - methods of foundation treatment - prevention of under seepage with complete vertical barrier - reducing under seepage - controlling under seepage - special design problems - measuring instruments and performance observations - design considerations on earthquake regions - loose sand foundation - foundations of soft clay and silt - upstream slope wave protection - down stream slope protection
UNIT –III
4. Construction of earth dams: phases of construction - site preparation - river diversion and cofferdam construction - foundation preparation - borrow pit excavation - fill placement - soil compaction - construction control - slope treatment and riprap
5. Measurement of movements and pore water pressures: embankment movements during construction - post construction embankment movement - pore water pressures during construction - pore pressure measuring equipment
6. Rockfill dams: general features - materials - design of rockfill dams and components - facing with different materials - spillways and free board - core wall type - earth core type - construction of rockfill dams
7. Hydraulic fill dams: general features - analysis of hydraulic fill dams - construction details
UNIT –IV
8. Advanced theory of seepage and shear strength: seepage pressure - quick conditions - laplace equation - flownet phreatic line on earth dam - a Casagrande‟s solution - Shaffernak and Van Iterson solution - Leo Casagrande solution - piping and exit gradient - Khosla‟s theory - composite profile - Schwarz Christoffel transformation - determination of permeability in soil-rock - longitudinal test - radial test - shear tests on rock - single jack test - direct shear test on rock cubes -punch shear test - shear box tests - tensile strength tests on rock - brazilian test - flexural strength for bending test - young‟s modulus by bending test and brazilian tests
9. Stability analysis: Standard methods of analysis - Taylor‟s modified swedish method including side forces between slices - wedge method (sliding block) - stability conditions during construction - full reservoir and draw down conditions - pore pressure due to gravity seepage after instantaneous draw downs
References Books:
1. Sowers G.F., Earth and Rockfill Dam Engineering, Asia Publishing
2. Sherad et al J.L., Earth & Earth Rock Dams- Engineering Problems of Design & Construction, John Wieley
3. Thomas H.H., Engineering of Large Dams-Part II
4. Verma B.P., Rock Mechanics for Engineers
BICEE-016: TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
Role of transportation - Urban travel characteristics - Transportation planning process - Travel demand estimation processes - Delineation of study area & traffic zones - Collection & checking of Data -Trip Generation Analysis - Trip Distribution Analysis - Mode Split Analysis - Route Split Analysis.
UNIT – I
Urban Transportation Planning Process & Concepts: Role of transportation - Transportation problems - Urban travel characteristics - Evolution of transportation planning process - Concept of travel demand - Demand function - Independent variables - Travel attributes - Assumptions in demand estimation - Sequential, recursive and simultaneous processes
UNIT – II
Trip Generation Analysis: Definition of study area - Zoning - Types and sources of data - Road side interviews - Home interview surveys - Expansion factors - Accuracy checks - Trip generation models - Zonal models - Category analysis - Household models - Trip attractions of work centers.
UNIT – III
Trip Distribution Analysis: Trip distribution models - Growth factor models - Gravity models - Opportunity models.
UNIT – IV
Mode Split Analysis: Mode split analysis - Mode choice behaviour, Competing modes, Mode split curves, Probabilistic models.
Route Split Analysis - Route split analysis: Elements of transportation networks, coding - minimum path trees, all-or-nothing assignment.
References Books:
1. Hutchinson B.G., Principles of Urban Transportation System Planning, McGraw Hill
2. Khisty C.J., Transportation Engineering - An Introduction, Prentice Hall
3. Bruton M.J., Introduction to Transportation Planning, Hutchinson
4. Papacostar, Fundamentals of Transportation Planning, Tata McGraw Hill
5. Dicky J.W., Metropolitan Transportation Planning, Tata McGraw Hill
BICEE-017: ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Approximate methods of analysis of multistory frames
Analysis for vertical load - substitute frames - loading condition for maximum positive and negative bending moment in beams and maximum bending moment in column - analysis for lateral load - portal method - cantilever method and factor method
UNIT – II
Matrix analysis of structures
Static and kinematic indeterminacy - force and displacement methods of analysis - definition of flexibility and stiffness influence coefficients - development of flexibility matrices by physical approach
Flexibility method: flexibility matrices for truss and frame elements - load transformation matrix - development of total flexibility matrix of the structure - analysis of simple structures - plane truss and plane frame - nodal loads and element loads - lack of fit and temperature effects
Stiffness method: development of stiffness matrices by physical approach - stiffness matrices for truss and frame elements - displacement transformation matrix - development of total stiffness matrix - analysis of simple structures - plane truss and plane frame - nodal loads and element loads - lack of fit and temperature effects
UNIT – III
Direct stiffness method
Introduction - element stiffness matrix - rotation transformation matrix - transformation of displacement and load vectors and stiffness matrix - equivalent nodal forces and load vectors - assembly of stiffness matrix and load vector - determination of nodal displacements and element forces - analysis of plane truss - plane frame (with numerical examples) - analysis of grid - space-truss and space-frame (without numerical examples)
UNIT – IV
Computer Implementation
A project on development of an analysis program using some of the above method is envisaged at this stage
UNIT – V
Introduction to Analysis Packages
The numerical examples solved using the analysis program developed in the above to be verified using common commercial packages.
References Books:
1. Wang C.K., Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis, International Textbook Company
2. Przemeineicki J.S., Theory of Matrix Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill
3. Gere J.M. & Weaver W., Analysis of Framed Structures, Affiliated East West Press
4. Rajasekaran S. & Sankarasubramanian G., Computational Structural Mechanics, PHI
5. Reddy C.S., Basic Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill
6. Wilbur J.B. & Norris C.H., Elementary Structural Analysis, McGraw
BICEE-022: ADVANCED DESIGN OF FOUNDATIONS
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Soil structure interaction problems: introduction with practical examples
Soil models: Single parameter model (Winkler), Two parameter models (Filonenko-Borodich model, Pasternaak model, Hetengi model) – Visco – elastic model, Elastic continuum model. (Only outline of salient features and discussion of limitations of the models is expected) – Contact pressure distribution beneath a rigid footing- concentrically and eccentrically loaded cases. Contact pressure distribution beneath flexible footings.
Contact pressure distribution below rafts – Parameters affecting contact pressure distribution
Method of analysis of contact pressure distribution – Modulus of subgrade reaction approach (Winkler model) – Classical solution of beams on elastic foundation – Solution for beam of infinite length subjected to central concentrated load and central moment – Beams of finite length – Formulation of basic equations for slabs resting on elastic foundation – Application to design of combined footings
UNIT – II
Sheet pile walls and cofferdams: Types and uses of sheet piles – Design of cantilever and anchored sheet pile walls -Anchors – Types and uses of coffer dams – Single wall coffer dams – Soil pressure on single walled (braced cofferdams) – Design of single wall cofferdams – Cellular stability of cellular cofferdams – Instability due to heave of bottom of excavation – Condition for piping – Conditions for blow in
UNIT – III
Machine foundations: Basic theory of vibration – Free and forced vibration of single degree of freedom with and without damping – Two degrees of freedom with and without damping – Dynamic soil properties – Mass spring model and constants – Elastic half space approach – Determination of dynamic soil constants in laboratory and field based on I.S code provisions.
Modes of vibration of block foundation
Natural frequency of foundation soil system by Barkan‟s approach – Method of analysis – Barkan‟s method – Verticals- Translation, sliding, rocking and yawing (I.S code method)
UNIT – IV
Special foundation : Shell foundations – Structural form and efficiency – Different types of shell foundations – General principles of design of shell foundations – Special features of the foundations for water tanks, silos, chimneys and transmission line towers
Foundations for offshore structures – Gravity structures – Jack up type structures – Design considerations
References Books:
1. Shamsher Prakash, Soil Dynamics, McGraw Hill
2. Alexander Major, Dynamics in Soil Engineering
BICEE-023: TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
Scope of traffic engineering – study of its elements – traffic engineering studies and analyses – design of at-grade intersections – design of grade separated intersections – design of pedestrian facilities – traffic regulations – planning & design of traffic management measures – design of traffic signals – signal coordination – air & noise pollution due to road traffic
UNIT – I
Scope of traffic engineering & study of its elements - introduction - objectives and scope of traffic engineering - components of road traffic - vehicle, driver and road - road user and vehicle characteristics and their effect on road traffic - traffic maneuvers
UNIT – II
Traffic engineering studies and analysis - objectives - methods- equipment - data collection - analysis and interpretation (including case studies) of (a) speed and delay, (b) origin and destination, (c) parking, (d) accident & other studies
UNIT – III
Design, regulation and management of traffic engineering facilities - control of traffic movements through time sharing and space sharing concepts - design of channelising islands, T, Y, skewed, staggered, roundabout, mini-roundabout and other forms of at-grade crossings including provision for safe crossing of pedestrians and cyclists - grade separated intersections - their warrants and design features - bus stop location and bus bay design - road lighting - regulations on vehicles, drivers and traffic - planning and design of traffic management measures :one-way streets, reversible lanes and roadways, turn regulation, transit and carpool lanes – planning and design of pedestrian facilities.
UNIT – IV
Traffic control devices & environmental control - different methods of signal design - redesign of existing signals including case studies - signal coordination - air & noise pollution of different transport modes - visual impacts - impacts on land development - technological approaches to improving environment
References Books :
1. Pignatyaro L., Traffic Engineering - Theory & Practice, John Wiley
2. Kadiyali L.R., Traffic and Transport Planning, Khanna Publishers
3. The Institute of Transportation Engineers, Transportation and Traffic Engineering Hand Book, Prentice Hall, Chapters 8,17,21,23 and 24
4. O‟ Flaherty C.A., Highways-Traffic Planning & Engineering, Edward Arnold
5. McShane W.R. & Roess R.P., Traffic Engineering, Prentice Hall
6. IRC-SP41, Guidelines for the Design of At-Grade Intersections in Rural & Urban Areas
7. Salter R.J., Highway Traffic Analysis and Design, ELBS
8. Matson, Smith & Hurd, Traffic Engineering, McGraw Hill Book Co
BICEE-024: ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT – I
Advances in setting of water and wastewater, tube settlers, dual media and multimedia filters, microfilters
Removal of taste and odour, colour, activated carbon treatment - modern methods of disinfection – chlorine dioxide disinfection
UNIT – II
Stream sanitation – courses and effects of river pollution – kinetics of stabilization – zones of pollution in a stream – self purification of natural waters.
UNIT – III
Advances in waste water treatment – extended aeration – bio filtration – tertiary treatment – recovery of materials from process of effluents
UNIT – IV
Control of specific air pollutant – control of sulphur dioxide– control of nitrogen oxides – carbon monoxide control – control of hydro carbons
Noise pollution – instruments and techniques for noise measurement
References Books:
1. Metcalf & Eddy, Waste Water Engineering Treatment Disposal Reuse, Tata McGraw Hill 3rd edition
2. Clarence, J.Velz, Applied Stream Sanitation, John Wiley and sons
3. C.S Rao, Environmental Pollution Control Engineering, New Age India International (P) Ltd.
4. Liptak Bella G, Environmental Engineer‟s Handbook, Chilten Book Co.
BICEE-018: PAVEMENT EVALUATION
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
Structural and functional requirements of pavements - Pavement surface characteristics - Factors affecting, deterioration and improvement measures of pavement surface condition - Evaluation of pavement surface condition - Factors affecting pavement structural condition - Structural evaluation of pavements by NDT methods - Pavement overlays & Design.
UNIT – I
Introduction: Structural and Functional Requirements of Flexible and Rigid Pavements - Pavement Distress - Different Types of Failures, Causes and Remedial Measures.
UNIT – II
Pavement Surface Condition & its Evaluation: Various Aspects of Surface and their Importance - Factors Affecting, Deterioration and Measures to Reduce: i) Pavement Slipperiness ii) Unevenness iii) Ruts, Pot holes, and Cracks - Methods of Measurement of Skid Resistance, Unevenness, Ruts and Cracks. Pavement Surface Condition Evaluation by Physical Measurements, by Riding Comfort and Other Methods; their Applications.
UNIT – III
Pavement Structure & its Evaluation: Factors affecting Structural Condition of Flexible and Rigid Pavements - Effects of Subgrade Soil, Moisture, Pavement Layers, Temperature, Environment and Traffic on Structural Stability & Pavement Deterioration - Evaluation by Non-Destructive Tests such as FWD, Benkelman Beam Rebound Deflection, Plate Load Test, Wave Propagation and other methods of Load Tests - Evaluation by Destructive Test Methods, and Specimen Testing.
UNIT – IV
Pavement Overlays & Design: Pavement Overlays, Design of Flexible Overlay over Flexible Pavement by Benkelman Beam Deflection and other Methods, Flexible Overlays and Rigid Overlays over Rigid Pavements, Use of Geosynthetics in Pavement Overlays.
References Books :
1. Yoder E.J. and Witezak, Principles of Pavement Design, II Ed., John Wiley and Sons.
2. Babkov, Road Conditions and Traffic Safety, Mir Publications.
3. Woods, K.B., Highway Engineering Hand Book, McGraw Hill Book Co.
4. David Croney, The Design and Performance of Road Pavements, HMSO Publications.
5. Haas and Hudson, Pavement Management System, McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
6. Per Ullitz, Pavement Analysis, Elsevier, Amsterdam
BICEE-021: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credit
Marks
3
1
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4
External: 70+Internal:30.
Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.
UNIT I
Matrix Method for Skeletal Structural Analysis: static and kinematic matrices, principle of virtual work, force and displacement methods with application to plane and space frame problems. Organisation of computation, programming computations, equation solvers-Gauss elimination method, LDLT method, Cholesky method.
UNIT II
Computer implementation of plane frame and plane truss problems.
UNIT III
Structural Optimization : Concave and Convex functions, Zeroth , first and second order methods of optimization.
UNIT IV
Constrained Optimization - Kuhn Tucker conditions, Linear programming , Duality and sensitivity, Integer Programming, Exterior and Interior penalty functions, Geometric programming.
UNIT V
Introduction to finite Element Method : Discretisation, Displacement and force models, shape function, use of parametric and local coordinates, convergence criteria, Numerical Integration.
References Books :
1. Computational Methods in Structural Engineering by Swami Saran & Gupta.
2. Matrix Methods by Kanchi.
3. HRB/TRB/IRC/International Conference on Structural Design of Asphalt Pavements
BICEP-003: PROJECT WORK IN SEMESTER VII & VIII
In project work group of maximum five students will work in a team for a common defined objective.
Project work must be done in consultation with the industries and industrial needs. Students are expected to visit any industry of their liking for selection of industrial projects/problems. They will prepare document defining the problem clearly. The final draft and scope of project will be decided by students in consultation with the internal and external (industry expert) guide.
They will train themselves to solve above defined problem if necessary. Once the final draft and scope of project is defined they can work on project with that industry.
Student will complete project work in two phases (two semesters) and they will prepare presentation of project work carried out in these semesters and present it as Project Seminar –I and II in respective semesters. It is expected that students should complete following work as follows
Semester- VII
Semester- VIII
Visit to industry/ study of a specific problem.
Define a problem.
Finalize the scope and nature of work.
Submit the synopsis.
Train themselves (if necessary)
Prepare a rough report containing following
1. Introduction
2. Literature survey
3. Need and justification of work.
Finalize the report.
Prepare a rough report containing following
4. Experimental work/ testing/design/ fabrication.
5. Results
6. Discussion
7. Conclusions
8. Scope of future work.
9. References
Finalize the report.
Prepare presentation based on above and present it as Project Seminar –I
Prepare presentation based on total work and present it as Project Seminar –II
Credit Guidelines
There will be 8 credits assigned to the project work.
Oral/ Practical Examination
In this, students are expected to prepare for external oral examination. Students will be assessed by the external examiner which is either appointed by university or by industrial expert (may be called from industry having work experience in the field in which project is completed). As far as possible, same external examiner will assess group of students for project in two semesters. This will ensure involvement of examiner and proper evaluation of project work. The evaluation of the Project is to be carried out of 200 marks only in eighth semester and no evaluation will be carried out in seventh semester.

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