Thursday, 11 August 2011

SYLLABUS FOR B.E.CIVIL(CIVIL ENGINEERING) 3RD TO 8TH SEMESTERS 2010-2011 PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH

TEACHING SCHEME
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 3RD SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total Practical
code
1 CIV 301 Surveying I 3 1 3 50 100 150 60 40 100 CIV 351
2 CIV 302 Building Materials 3 0 0 50 100 150 -- -- --- ---
3 CIV 303 Structural Analysis I 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- -- ---
4 CIV 304 Reinforced Concrete I 3 1 3 50 100 150 60 40 100 CIV 354
5 CIV 305 Fluid Mechanics I 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- -- --
6 CIV 306 RCC Drawing- I
0 0 4 --- -- ---- 60 40 100 ---
6 CIV 307 Seminar 0 0 2 100 -- 100 --- -- -- --
7 CIV 308 Vocational Training --- -- ---- --- -- ---- 60 40 100 ---
Total 15 4 12 350 500 850 240 160 400
Marks of vocational Training based on workshop after 2nd semester TOTAL: 1250

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 4TH SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total Practical
code
1 CIV 401 Design of Steel Structures - I 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- --- ---- --
2 CIV 402 Structural Analysis II
3 1 0 50 100 150 --- --- ---- --
3 CIV 403 Surveying II 3 1 3 50 100 150 30 20 50 CIV 453
4 CIV 404 Rock Mechanics & Engg.
Geology
3 0 0 50 100 150 --- --- ---- ---
5 CIV 405 Transportation Engg. I 3 1 3 50 100 150 30 20 50 CIV455
6 CIV 406 Building Construction 3 0 0 50 100 150 -- -- --- ---
7 CIV 407 Steel Drawing - I 0 0 4 --- -- ---- 100 50 150 ---
8 CIV450 General Fitness -- --- --- --- --- --- 100 -- 100 ---
Total 18 4 10 300 600 900 260 90 350
TOTAL: 1250
Four weeks survey camp after 4th semester.
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BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 5TH SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total Practical
code
1 CIV 501 Reinforced Concrete II 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ---- --
2 CIV 502 Earthquake Engineering 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ---- --
3 CIV 503 Fluid Mechanics-II 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ---- --
4 CIV 504 Geotechnical Engg. 3 1 3 50 100 150 60 40 100 CIV 554
5 CIV 505 Environmental Engg.- I 3 1 3 50 100 150 60 40 100 CIV 555
6 CIV 506 RCC Drawing- II 0 0 4 --- -- ---- 60 40 100
7 CIV 507 Survey Camp -- -- -- --- -- ---- 150 50 200 ----
Total 15 5 10 250 500 750 330 170 500
TOTAL: 1250
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 6TH SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total Practical
code
1 ASC 601 Numerical Analysis and
Statistical methods
3 1 0 50 100 150 -- -- -- ----
2 CIV 602 Design of Steel Structures - II 3 1 0 50 100 150 -- -- --- ----
3 CIV 603 Quantity Survey 3 1 0 50 100 150 -- -- ---- --
4 CIV 604 Environmental Engg.- II 3 1 3 50 100 150 60 40 100 CIV 654
5 CIV 605 Foundation Engineering 3 1 0 50 100 150 -- --- -- --
6 CIV 606 Steel Drawing - II 0 0 4 -- -- -- 150 50 200 ---
7 CIV 607 Seminar and Departmental
Instructions
0 0 2 100 -- 100
8 CIV 650 General Fitness -- -- -- -- -- --- 100 -- 100 ---
Total 15 5 9 350 500 850 310 90 400
TOTAL: 1250
Four weeks practical training after 6th semester
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BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 7TH SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total
1 CIV 701 Hydrology and Dams 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
2 CIV 702 Structural Analysis- III 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
3 CIV 703 Transportation Engg -. I I 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
4 CIV- 704 Irrigation Engg-I 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
5 CIV- 705 Software Lab 0 0 6 --- 150 50 200
6 CIV 706 Training(after 6th sem) - - - -- -- --- 200 - 200
7 CIV 707 Minor Project 0 0 6 -- --- --- 200 50 250
Total 12 4 12 200 400 600 550 100 650
TOTAL: 1250
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL) 8TH SEMESTER
Schedule of
Teaching
Schedule of examination
S.
No.
Course
Code
Subject L T P Theory Practical
Sess Exam Total Sess Exam Total
1 CIV 801 Maintenance of Buildings 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
2 CIV 802 Irrigation Engg-II. 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
3 CIV 803 Construction planning &
Management
3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
4 CIV 804 Solid Waste Management 3 1 0 50 100 150 --- -- ----
5 CIV 805 Major Project 0 0 6 --- -- ---- 250 50 300
6 CIV 806 Irrigation drawing - II 0 0 3 -- -- -- 60 40 100
7 CIV 807 Seminar 0 0 2 --- -- ---- 100 50 150
8 CIV850 General Fitness -- -- -- -- -- -- 100 -- 100
Total 12 4 11 200 400 600 510 140 650
TOTAL: 1250
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THIRD SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : SURVEYING-I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 301
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
INTRODUCTION TO SURVEYING (03)
Basic principles of Surveying, Plans, Scales, Maps, Different types of surveys, Perspective of chain surveying.
COMPASS SURVEY (05)
Principle, Traverses, Meridians, Bearings, Included angles from bearing and vice versa, Prismatic Compass,
Surveyor’s compass, Magnetic declination, local attraction, Field work for compass traverse, Plotting and
adjustment errors.
LEVELLING (04)
Basic definitions, Dumpy level, Levelling staffs, Simple Levelling, Terms in Levelling, Precautions, Differential
Levelling. Field Book for Levelling, Profile levelling, Cross-sectioning & Reciprocal levelling.
CONTOURING (03)
Contour characteristics, direct and indirect methods of contouring, Contour gradients and automatic levels.
SECTION – B
PLANE TABLING (04)
Plane Table and its accessories, Telescopic alidade, Principle, Basic definitions, setting and orienting the plane
table, methods of plane tabling, Three point problem, Two point problem.
THEODOLITE TRAVERSING (05)
Vernier Theodolite, Basic definitions, Temporary and permanent adjustments, Measuring horizontal and
vertical angle, Optical Theodolites, Electronic Digital Theodolites, Selection and marking of stations for
traversing, Angular measurements.
TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENTS (05)
Balancing angles of the traverse, computation of latitudes & departures, consecutive & independent coordinates,
Checks for open and closed traverses, Adjustment methods for a traverse, Gales traverse table, Omitted
measurements.
TACHEOMETRIC SURVEY (05)
Introduction, Tacheometer and stadia rods, Determination of constants, Purpose of using Analatic lens without
derivation. Tacheometric equations for inclined sights. Tangential Methods. Auto Reduction Tacheometers.
BOOKS:
1. Dr. K.R. Arora, Surveying Vol. I & II Standard Book House, New Delhi.
2. Dr. B.C. Punmia, Surveying Vol. I & II Luxmi Publications, New Delhi.
3. Dr. S.K. Duggal: Surveying Vol. I & II Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
4. Y. R. Nagraga & A. Veeraragavan; Surveying Vol. I, Nem Chand Bros., New Delhi
5. C. Venkatramaish Text Book of Surveying, University Press (India) Limited, Hydrabad
6. G.L. Hasmer, Geodesy John Wiley & Sons, New York.
SURVEYING-I (Practical)
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CIV 351
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
1. Measurement of distance, ranging a line, plotting of details in chain survey.
2. Measurement of bearing and angles with compass, adjustment of traverse by graphical method.
3. Different methods of levelling, height of instrument, rise & fall methods.
4. Plane table survey, different methods of plotting two point & three point problem.
5. Setting up temporary and permanent adjustment of a theodolite. Measurement of horizontal angles by
repetition and reiteration methods using a theodolite. Measurement of vertical angle by theodolite.
COURSE NAME : BUILDING MATERIAL
COURSE NO. : CIV. 302
L T P : 3 0 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
BUILDING STONES (03)
General, Qualities of a good building stone, Deterioration of stones, Preservation of stones, Common building
stones of India & their Uses, Artificial stones.
BRICKS (04)
General, Constituents of bricks, desirable and harmful ingredients in brick earth, qualities of good bricks,
testing of bricks, strength, Absorption, weathering of bricks. Varieties of fire bricks, sand lime bricks, building
tiles- roofing; flooring and wall tiles.
LIME (03)
Cementing material, Characteristics of good quality lime, classification & testing of Lime, Hydraulic test, acid
test, setting & slaking of lime, uses of different varieties of lime
TIMBER (03)
Advantages of timber construction, timber trees- exogenous and endogenous trees; soft and hard woods,
structure of tree, felling of trees, defects in timber, characteristics of good timber, uses and testing of timber
SECTION - B
CONCRETE (03)
Constituents of concrete, different types of cements used in concrete, brief introduction to ingredients and
manufacture of cements. Hydration and compounds of hydration. Properties and testing of cement.
CONCRETE MIXES (04)
Design of concrete mixes by ISI method and ACI method. Design of high strength concrete mixes. Design of
concrete mix for flexural strength.
PRODUCTION OF CONCRETE (04)
Introduction, batching of materials, mixing of concrete materials, transportation and placing of concrete,
compaction of concrete, curing of concrete.
PROPERTIES OF FRESH AND HARDENED CONCRETE (05)
Introduction, workability, factors effecting workability, methods of determination of workability, strength of
concrete, factors effecting strength of concrete, durability and permeability of concrete, factors effecting
permeability of concrete, creep and shrinkage of concrete.
MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS (04)
Paints and varnishes; Distempering; white and color washing; glass and glass products; Asphalt and Bitumen.
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BOOKS:
1. Engineering Materials : S. K. Sharma & G. C. Mathur, R.Chand & Co. Delhi
2. Engineering Materials : S. C. Rangwala, Charotar Publishing House, India.
3. Building Construction : S. C. Rangwala, Charotar Publishing House, India.
4. Building Construction : B. C. Punmia, Luxmi Publications
5. Civil Engg. Materials : P.D. Kulkarni, TMH
6. Engineering Materials : Surinder Singh, Konark Publishers
7. Civil Engg. Materials : NITTTR Publication
8. Advances in Building : Mohan Rai & MP Jaisingh, CBRI, Roorkee
Materials & Construction Publication
COURSE NAME : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 303
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
COLUMN & BUCKLING (03)
Definitions and examples of instability; criteria for stability of equilibrium, Euler’s theory of columns,
buckling, Euler’s equation for various end restraints, Rankine formula, eccentrically loaded struts, struts with
initial curvature, lateral stability of beams; struts with lateral loading.
DEFLECTION OF BEAMS (04)
Review of Double Integration Method and Macaulay's Method, moment area theorem, conjugate beam method,
unit method and strain energy method. Maxwel's reciprocal theorem.
THIN CYLINDERS AND SPHERES (04)
Introduction, stresses and strains in thin cylinders and spherical shell, volumetric change, wire wound thin
cylinders, thin vessels subjected to internal pressure.
ANALYSIS OF DETERMINATE TRUSSES (04)
Introduction, determination of forces in member of trusses by method of joints, method of sections, Deflection
of Joints of plane frames by castigliano's first theorem and unit load method.
ANALYSIS OF DAMS, CHIMNEYS AND RETAINING WALLS (04)
Introduction, limit of eccentricity for no tension in the section, core of the section, middle third rule, wind
pressure on chimneys.
SECTION- B
ROLLING LOADS (04)
Introduction to rolling loads and influence lines, Determination of shear force, bending moment at a section and
absolute shear force and bending moment due to single point load, uniformly distributed load, several point
loads etc.
INFLUENCE LINES (04)
Construction of Influence lines for reaction, shear forces and bending moment for simply supported,
overhauling and compound beams, influence lines for girders with floor beams, Influence lines for forces in
members of frames. Influence lines for deflection.
ARCHES (04)
Introduction, Analysis of three hinged, spandrel braced arches, Influence lines for horizontal thrust, shear force
and bending moment for three hinged.
CABLES AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES (04)
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Introduction, shape of a loaded cable, cable carrying point loads and UDL, cables with ends at different level,
cable subjected to temperature stresses, suspension bridge with two hinged and three hinged stiffening girders,
influence lines.
BOOKS:
1. Strength of Materials (Volume 1) : B. C. Punmia and Jain, Luxmi
Publications
2. Strength of Materials (Volume 2) : B. C. Punmia, Luxmi Publications
3. Strength of Materials : R. S. Khurmi, S. Chand
4. Mechanics of Structures : R. S. Khurmi,, S. Chand
5. Basic Structural Analysis : C.S. Reddy, TMH
COURSE NAME : REINFORCED CONCRETE - I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 304
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
INTRODUCTION (04)
Reinforced concrete, definition, properties of materials, grades of concrete and reinforcing steel, stress-strain
curves, permissible stresses, concrete structural systems-slabs, beams, columns and foundations, design
philosophies working stress design, ultimate strength and limit state design method.
LIMIT STATE DESIGN METHOD (04)
Introduction, Limit States, Characteristic values, characteristic strength, characteristic loads, design values for
materials and loads, factored loads.
DESIGN OF BEAMS (04)
Limit State of Collapse (Flexure) Types of failures, assumptions for analysis and design of singly reinforced,
doubly reinforced sections, and flanged sections.
Limit State of Collapse (Shear, bond and torsion) Introduction - Design for shear, structural components
subjected to torsion, design of rectangular beam section for torsion, development length, continuation of
reinforcement (beyond cut off points).
DESIGN OF COLUMNS (04)
Limit State of Collapse (Compression) Columns and their classification, reinforcement in columns, assumptions,
short and long (both tied and helical) columns subjected to axial load, short columns subject to axial, uniaxial
and biaxial bending ( using SP:16)
SECTION – B
LIMIT STATE OF SERVICEABILITY (04)
Deflection, effective span to effective depth ratio, modification factors for singly reinforced, doubly
reinforcement and flanged beams, crack formation and its control.
DESIGN OF SLABS (04)
Design of one-way slabs and two-way rectangular slabs
DESIGN OF STAIRCASES (04)
Single flight and dog legged
DESIGN OF ISOLATED FOOTINGS UNDER AXIAL LOADS (03)
DETAILING OF REINFORCEMENT USING SP: 34 ALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS.
BOOKS:
1. Plain & Reinforced Concrete: Jai Krishna & O.P. Jain (vol I & II), Nem Chand & Bros. Roorkee
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2. Limit State Design: A.K. Jain, Nem Chand & Bros. Roorkee
3. Limit State Design: Ramachandra, Standard Book House, New Delhi
4. Concrete Technology: M.L. Gambhir, , McGraw Hill..
5. Reinforced Concrete Structures Punmia & Jain, Luxmi Publications.
6. Relevant IS Codes
REINFORCED CONCRETE - I (Practical)
CIV. 354
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
1. To determine the Specific Gravity of cement.
2. To determine the Standard Consistency, Initial and Final Setting Times of Cement.
3. To determine Soundness of Cement.
4. To determine the Compressive Strength of Cement.
5. To determine the Compressive Strength of Bricks/Tiles.
6. To determine the Slump of Concrete.
7. Mix Design of Concrete.
8. To determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete.
9. To carry out the Tensile and Flexural tests of Concrete.
10. To determine the Compressive Strength of hardened Concrete by Non-Destructive Test
BOOKS:
1. Laboratory Manual on Concrete Testing (Part-I) : V. V. Shastri and M. L. Gambhir
2. Laboratory Manual on Concrete Testing (Part-I) : C. B. Kukreja
3. Laboratory Manual on Concrete Technology :PD Kulkarni, LN Mittal & Hemant Sood
COURSE NAME : FLUID MECHANICS – I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 305
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION - A lectures
FLUID AND THEIR PROPERTIES (04)
Concept of fluid, difference between solids, liquids and gases; ideal and real fluids; Continuum concept of fluid:
density, specific weight and relative density; viscosity and its dependence on temperature; surface tension and
capillarity, vapor pressure and cavitation: compressibility and bulk modulus; Newtonian and non-Newtonian
fluids.
FLUID STATICS (05)
Concept of pressure, Pascal’s law and its engineering hydrostatic paradox.
Action of fluid pressure on plane (horizontal, vertical and inclined) submerged surface, resultant force and
center of pressure, force on a curved surface due to hydrostatic pressure.
Buoyancy and floatation, stability of floating and submerged bodies, Metacentric height and its determination,
rotation of liquid in a cylindrical container.
FLUID KINEMATICS (04)
Continuity equation in Cartesian co-ordinates.
Rotational flows- Rotational velocity and circulation, stream & velocity potential functions.
SECTION - B
FLUID DYNAMICS (04)
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Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s equation and steady flow energy equation; representation of energy changes in
fluid system, impulse momentum equation, kinetic energy and momentum correction factors, flow along a
curved streamline, free and forced vortex motions.
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SIMILITUDE (04)
Fundamental and derived units and dimensions, dimensional homogeneity, Rayleigh’s and Buckingham’s Pi
method for dimensional analysis, dimension less number and their significance, geometric, kinematic and
dynamic similarity, model studies.
LAMINAR AND TURBULENT FLOWS (04)
Flow regimes and Reynolds number, critical velocity and critical Reynolds number, laminar flow in circular
cross section pipes. Turbulent flows and flow losses in pipes, Darcy equation, Minor head losses in pipe fittings,
hydraulic and energy gradient lines.
FLOW MEASUREMENT (02)
Manometers, Pitot tubes, venturimenter and orifice meters, orifices, mouth pieces, notches and weirs.
BOOKS:
1. Fluid Mechanics : Dr. Baljeet S. Kapoor , New Age Publishers
2. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Power Engineering: D.S Kumar, Kataria & Sons
3. Fluid Mechanics : Victor Streeter, McGraw Hill.
4. Elementary Mechanics of Fluids : Hunter Rouse, J. Willey & Sons
5. Fluid Mechanics : Frank M White, McGraw Hill.
6. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines : S.C. Gupta, Pearson Education
7. Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics : Modi And Seth, Standard Book House.
COURSE NAME : RCC DRAWING - I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 306
L T P : 0 0 4
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
Design and detailing of following structural components designed in RCC- I through AUTOCAD
1. Beams
2. Columns
3. Slabs
4. Footings
5. Stair Case
SEMINAR
CIV- 307
Each student shall be required to deliver presentations and submissions etc. in the class on the topics as
suggested by the course teacher.
VOCATIONAL TRAINING
CIV- 308
Each student shall attend 4 weeks vocational training in the workshop after 2nd semester.
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FOURTH SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 401
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
RIVETED & WELDED JOINTS (05)
Rivets and riveting, stresses in rivets, strength & failure of riveted joints. Riveted joints in framed structures.
Types of welds & welded joints, stresses in welds, design of welds
TENSION MEMBERS (06)
Types of tension members, net & gross areas, permissible stresses. Design of members subjected to axial loads,
combined bending moments & axial loads
COMPRESSION MEMBERS (06)
Failure modes of columns, end conditions & effective length of columns, various empirical formulae. IS code
formula, General codal provisions for design of compression members. Built up compression members, lacing
and battening of compression members, splicing of compression members.
COLUMN BASES AND FOUNDATIONS: (05)
Types of column bases, design of slab base, Gusseted base & grillage foundations.
DESIGN OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS (04)
Failure modes permissible stresses, design of laterally supported and unsupported beams.
SECTION - B
There will be one question either on
Design and Drawing details of a steel roof truss riveted with given forces in various members.
OR (08)
Design and Drawing of welded plate girder with static load u.d.l. over whole span and concentrated load at
fixed points. (08)
BOOKS:
1. Chandra R “Design of Steel Structures” Standard Publishing House, 1999.
2. Raghupathi M “Design of Steel Structures” Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi,1998.
3. Arya A S and Ajmani J L “Design of Steel Structures” Nem Chand Bros. Roorkee,2000.
4. Kazimi S M A and Jindal R S “Design of Steel Structures” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,1999.
5. Dayaratnam P “Design of Steel Structures” Wheeler Publishers, New Delhi,1999.
6. Relevant IS Codes
COURSE NAME : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 402
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
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SECTION –A lectures
ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES (05)
Degree of static and kinematic indeterminacies, analysis of indeterminate beams, rigid frames and trusses by
method of consistent deformation, law of reciprocal deflections, method of least work, induced reactions on
statically indeterminate beams, rigid frames and trusses due to yielding of supports.
FIXED AND CONTINUOUS BEAMS (05)
Analysis of fixed beams, continuous beams and propped cantilevers by moment-area theorem and strain energy
method, fixed end moments due to different types of loadings, sinking and rotation of supports, bending moment
and shear force diagrams for fixed beams and propped cantilevers, slope and deflection of fixed beams, analysis
of continuous beams by the Three moment equation (Clapeyron's theorem) due to different types of loadings,
effect of sinking of supports.
SLOPE-DEFLECTION METHOD (05)
Introduction, slope-deflection equations, analysis of statically indeterminate beams and rigid frames (sway and
non-sway type) due to applied loads and uneven support settlements.
MOMENT-DISTRIBUTION METHOD (05)
Introduction, absolute and relative stiffness of members, stiffness and carry-over factors, distribution factors,
analysis of statically indeterminate beams and rigid frames (sway and non-sway type) due to applied loads and
uneven support settlements, symmetrical beams and frames with symmetrical, skew-symmetrical and general
loading.
SECTION- B
APPROXIMATE METHODS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (05)
Vertical and lateral load analysis of multistory frames, portal, cantilever and substitute-frame methods and their
comparison.
INFLUENCE LINES FOR STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES (05)
Muller- Breslau principle for statically determinate and indeterminate beams, trusses and rigid frames, influence
lines for reactions, shear force and bending moment for statically indeterminate beams, trusses and rigid frames.
REDUNDANT FRAMES:
Analysis and deflection of frames redundant to maximum of two degrees using Castigliano’s 2nd theorem, lack
of fit of members, temperature stress in redundant frames.
TWO HINGED ARCHES (05)
Parabolic arches with secant variation of moment of Inertia. Derivation of expression for horizontal thrust, BM
and SF diagrams for simple cases of static loads.
Influence lines for horizontal thrust, and Radial force for Parabolic arches with secant variation of moment of
inertia. Reaction locus and its applications. Effect of temperature, support yielding. Two hinged spandrel, braced
arches - Forces on various members due to static loads, Reaction locus and their use to determine, maximum
force in various members.
BOOKS :
1. Indeterminate Structures :R. L. Jindal, S. Chand
2. Theory of Structures Volume II :Punmia and Jain, Luxmi Publications
3. Indeterminate Structural Analysis :Kinney, Edison Wesley
4. Indeterminate Structures : C.K Wang, TMH
5. Basic Structural Analysis : C.S. Reddy, TMH
6. Indeterminate Structures : A.K. Jain, TMH
7. Structural Analusis (I&II) : S.S. Bhavikatti, Vikas Publishing House
COURSE NAME : SURVEYING - II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 403
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
CURVES (06)
Types of horizontal curves, Basic definitions, Degree of curve, elements of a curve, Peg interval, Setting out
curves with and without theodolite, Setting out with total station instrument, Obstacles in curve setting,
compound curves, Reverse curves.
TRANSITION CURVES (06)
Combined circular and Transition Curves and their setting out in field. Vertical curves, Setting out vertical
curves by chord gradient and tangent correction methods.
GEODETIC TRIANGULATION (06)
Triangulation figures, Classification, Shape of triangles, Field work, Selections of stations, Intervisibility of
stations, Signals, Phase correction, Reduction of Centre, Baseline site, selection Baseline measurement, Baseline
corrections, Baseline Extension, Survey of India Top Sheet numbering system.
SURVEY ADJUSTMENTS (06)
Definitions, Law of Weights, Theory of least squares, normal equations, Most probable values by normal
equations, by method of differences and by method of correlates, Adjustment of level lines.
SECTION – B
TRIANGULATION ADJUSTMENTS (06)
Station adjustments, conditions for Figure adjustment of Plane triangles, Chain of triangles, two connected
triangles, Braced Quadrilaterals, Triangle with a central station, Method of equal shifts, Setting out buildings,
culverts, Piers and abutments.
GIS (04)
Introduction, concepts and terminology, utility of GIS, essential components of a GIS, data acquisition through
scanners and digitizers, data storage, data manipulation and analysis applications of GIS
GPS (04)
Introduction, working principle, various application of GPS related to civil engg., components of GPS – point
positioning and differential positioning.
REMOTE SENSING (04)
Introduction, interaction of EMR with earth surface working principles and instrumentation.
INTRODUCTION OF TOTAL STATION (03)
Measuring horizontal and vertical angle, Angular measurements, measurement of distance
BOOKS:
1. Surveying Volume II and III : B. C. Punmia, Luxmi Publications
2. Surveying Volume II and III : K. R. Arora, Standard Book House.
3. Surveying Volume I and II : T.P. Kanetkar, Punevidhyarthi Grah Parkashan
4. Introduction to Remote Sensing : Campbell, J.B, Taylor & Francis
5. Understanding GPS, Principles & Applications: Kaplan, E.D, Taylor & Francis
SURVEYING - II (Practical)
CIV- 453
EXTERNAL: 20
SESSIONAL: 30
1. Tacheometry
2. Triangulation using total station
3. Use of GIS /GPS softwares
BOOKS:
1. Surveying Vol. I & II : Dr. K.R. Arora
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2. Surveying Vol. II : Dr. B.C. Punmia
COURSE NAME : ROCK MECHANICS & ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
COURSE NO. : CIV. 404
L T P : 3 0 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
GENERAL GEOLOGY (04)
Importance of Engg. Geology applied to Civil Engg. Practices. Weathering, definition, types and effect.
Geological works of rivers, wind, glaciers as agents of erosion, transportation and depostion.
ROCKS & MINERALS (04)
Minerals, their identification igneous, sedimentary & metamorphic rocks. classification of rocks for engineering
purposes. Rock quality designation (RQD)
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY (04)
Brief idea about stratification, apparent dip, true dip, strike and in conformities. Folds, faults & joints :
definition, classification relation to engg. Operations.
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (04)
Geological considerations in the Engg. Projects like tunnels, highways, foundation, dams, reservoirs.
Earthquake : Definition, terminology, earthquake waves, intensity, recording of earthquake.
SECTION – B
ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF ROCKS AND LABORATORY MEASUREMENT (04)
Uniaxial compression test, tensile tests, permeability test, shear tests, size and shape of specimen rate of testing.
Confining pressure, stress strain curves of typical rocks. Strength of intact and fissured rocks, effect of
anisotropy, influence of effect of pore fluid type unsaturated and temperature.
IN-SITU DETERMINATION OF ENGG. PROPERTIES OF ROCK MASSES (04)
Necessity of in-situ tests, uniaxial load tests in tunnels and open excavations, cable tests, flat jack test, shear test,
pressure tunnel test. Simple methods of determining in situ stresses bore hole technique-bore hold deformation
gauges.
IMPROVEMENT IN PROPERTIES OF ROCK MASSES (02)
Pressure grouting for dams and tunnels, rock reinforcement rock bolting.
BOOKS:
Introduction to Rock Mechanics : Richard E. Goodman., Willey
Engineering Geology : Parbin Singh, Katson Publishing House
COURSE NAME : TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 405
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING (03)
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Principles of Highway Planning, Road Development in India, Classification of Roads, Road Patterns, Planning
Surveys.
HIGHWAY ALIGNMENT (02)
Requirements, Alignment of Hill Roads, Engineering Surveys.
HIGHWAY GEOMETRIC DESIGN (03)
Cross Section Elements, Carriageway, Camber, Sight Distances, Horizontal Curves, Extra-widening, Superelevation,
Vertical Curves.
HIGHWAY MATERIALS (04)
Properties of Sub-grade and Pavement Component Materials, Tests on Sub-grade Soil, Aggregates and
Bituminous Materials.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION (03)
Earthen/Gravel Road, Water Bound Macadam, Wet Mix Macadam, Bituminous Pavements, Cement Concrete
Pavements.
HIGHWAY DRAINAGE (03)
Importance, Surface Drainage and Subsoil Drainage, Construction in Water-logged areas.
SECTION- B
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE (03)
Pavement Failures, Pavement Evaluation, Maintenance and Strengthening Measures.
HIGHWAY ECONOMICS & FINANCING (03)
Total Transportation Cost, Economic Analysis, Sources of Highway Financing.
TRAFFIC CHARACTERISTICS (03)
Road User Characteristics, Driver Characteristics, Vehicular Characteristics
TRAFFIC STUDIES (02)
Volume and Speed Studies, O-D Survey, Parking Study
TRAFFIC SAFETY (03)
Cause and Type of Accidents, Use of Intelligent Transport System
TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES (02)
Signs, Markings, Islands, Signals
TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION (02)
Noise Pollution, Vehicular Emission, Pollution Mitigation Measures
BOOKS:
1. Khanna S.K., and Justo, C.E.G. “Highway Engineering”, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee, 1998.
2. Kadiyali, L.R. “Principles and Practice of Highway Engineering”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi,
1997.
3. Flaherty, C.A.O. “Highway Engineering”, Volume 2, Edward Arnold, London, 1986.
4. Sharma, S.K. “Principles, Practice & Design of Highway Engineering”, S. Chand & Company Ltd.,
New Delhi, 1985.
5. Khanna S.K., and Justo, C.E.G. “Highway Material Testing Laboratory Manual”, Nem Chand and
Brothers, Roorkee, 1997.
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – I (Practical)
CIV- 455
EXTERNAL: 20
SESSIONAL: 30
AGGREGATE TESTS
Sieve Analysis of fine and coarse aggregates
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Aggregate Crushing Value Test.
Aggregate Impact Value Test.
Los Angles Abrasion Value Test.
Aggregate Soundness Test.
Flakiness Index and Elongation Index Test.
Specific Gravity and Water Absorption Test.
Laboratory CBR Test.
BITUMEN TESTS
Penetration Test.
Ductility Test.
Softening Point Test.
Viscosity Test.
Flash Point and Fire Point Test.
REFERENCES
1. Highway Materials Testing : Khanna & Justo
2. Relevant IS Standards
3. Laboratory Testing in Highway Engineering (Instruction Manual), AK Duggal, NITTTR, 2006.
COURSE NAME : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
COURSE NO. : CIV. 406
L T P : 3 0 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION - A lectures
BRICK & STONE MASONRY (04)
Terms used; types of bonds; their merits and demerits; Rubble and ashlar joints in stone masonary, introduction
to cement concrete hollow blocks, advantages and disadvantages of concrete block masonry over brick masonry.
WALLS AND FOUNDATION (03)
Load bearing and non-load bearing walls, estimation of load on walls and footings, Thickness considerations,
partition and cavity walls design of masonry walls, pillars and footings.
DAMP PROOFING (02)
Sources, Causes of dampness in buildings, bad effects of dampness, methods of damp proofing.
ARCHES AND LINTELS (03)
Introduction to terms used in Arches; different types of arches; brick and stone arches, types and functions of
lintels.
ROOFS (03)
Introduction terms used types of roof trusses and roof coverings, details of rain proofing, rain water pipes.
SECTION- B
DOORS AND WINDOWS (03)
Introduction terms used location of doors and windows, types of doors and windows, methods of fixing doors
and window frames in walls. Ventilators.
PLASTERING, POINTING AND PAINTING (03)
Introduction, objects and types, special materials for plastered surfaces, distempering, white washing and color
washing of plastered surfaces.
FLOORS (03)
Introduction, various types of floors commonly used and their suitability for different buildings, constructional
details of concrete ant Terrazzo floorings, marble flooring, anti- termite treatment.
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MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS (03)
1. Site selection; and orientation of building.
2. Principles of acoustical design of Building.
3. Fire proof construction methods.
4. Construction and expansion joints.
5. Building bylaws
BOOKS:
1. Building Construction: S.K. Sharma, S. Chand
2. Building Construction: Sushil Kumar, Standard Publishers
3. Building Construction: B.C. Punmia , Laxmi Publications.
COURSE NAME : STEEL DRAWING- I
COURSE NO. : CIV 407
L T P : 0-0-4
EXTERNAL: 50
SESSIONAL: 100
Detailed working drawing for using AUTOCAD
1. Steel roof truss.
2. Plate girder (welded)
3. Stanchion beam connections.
4. Grillage foundation.
5. Composite column with lacings
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FIFTH SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : REINFORCED CONCRETE - II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 501
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
BEAMS CURVED IN PLAN (04)
Introduction, Design of circular beams loaded uniformly and supported on symmetrically placed columns,
semi-circular beams simply supported on 3 supports equally spaced using shear, moment and torsion coefficient,
provision for torsion reinforcement
CONTINUOUS BEAMS (03)
Design of continuous beams using I. S. Code method.
DESIGN OF FOOTINGS (06)
Isolated footings subjected to eccentric loading, combined footings: Different types, design of rectangular,
trapezoidal, strap and raft footings
SECTION – B
RETAINING WALLS (03)
Types, behaviour, stability requirements, design of cantilever and counterfort type retaining walls.
WATER TANKS (04)
Introduction, general design requirements on no crack basis, circular and rectangular tanks resting on ground,
Overhead tanks, intze type tanks and their design including staging and foundation.
DOMES (05)
Design of spherical and conical domes
BOOKS:
1. Concrete Structure : V. N. Vazirani and M. M. Ratwani,
Khanna Publishers
2. Plain and Reinforced Concrete : Jai Krishna and O. P. Jain, Nem Chand
& Bros.
Volumes I and II
3. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure : S. Rama Murtham, Dhanpat Rai &
Publications
4. Reinforced Concrete Structures : Syal and Goel, Wheeler Publishers
Allahabad
COURSE NAME : EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
COURSE NO. : CIV. 502
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
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SECTION – A lectures
INTRODUCTION TO EARTHQUAKES (06)
Structure of the Earth, History of the Earth, Earthquake Mechanism, Propagation of Seismic Waves,
Earthquake Phenomena, Earthquake Measurements, Seismicity-Global and Local, Seismic hazards
PAST EARTHQUAKES AND LESSONS LEARNT (06)
Significant Historical Earthquakes, Earthquake Damages to Various Civil Engineering Structures
EARTHQUAKE VIBRATIONS (06)
Introduction to theory of vibrations, Free and Forced Vibrations for Single Degree of Freedom System, Strong
Motion Vibration Records, Earthquake Spectrum And Design Spectrum, Ground Motions-Effect of Ground
Conditions
SECTION – B
EARTHQUAKE DESIGN PROCEDURE & DESIGN CODES (06)
Lateral force analysis of buildings, floor diaphragm action, moment resisting frames, shear walls, Concepts of
seismic design, lateral strength, stiffness, ductility, and structural configuration. Design spectrum. Base
isolation, Provisions of IS: 1893 for buildings, Seismic design of structure, Provisions of IS: 4326, Seismic
design and detailing of RC buildings, provisions of IS: 13920
SOIL RESPONSE TO EARTHQUAKES (06)
Liquefaction, liquefaction susceptibility, landslides, seismic slope stability analysis, soil improvement for
remediation of seismic hazards.
BOOKS :
1. Structural Dynamics: Mario Paz, CBS Publishers, Delhi.
2. Elementary Earthquake Engineering: Jai Krishna & Chander Shekran, South Asian Publishers Delhi.
3. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering: Steven L. Kramer, Low Price Edition, Pearson Education
4. IS: 1893-2002, Indian Standard Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, Part I, General
Provisions, BIS, New Delhi, p.39
5. Earthquake Resitant Design of Structures, Pankaj Aggarwal & Manish Srikhande, Prentice Hall of India.
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COURSE NAME : FLUID MECHANICS - II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 503
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION –A lectures
LAMINAR FLOW (04)
Navier-stokes equations in Cartesian coordinates (no derivation), meaning of terms, flow between parallel
plates, stokes law. Flow through porous media,. Transition from laminar to turbulent flow.
BOUNDARY LAYER ANALYSIS (05)
Assumption and concept of boundary layer theory. Boundary-layer thickness, displacement, momentum &
energy thickness, laminar and turbulent boundary layers on a flat plate; laminar sub-layer, smooth and rough
boundaries. Local and average friction coefficients. Separation and Control.
TURBULENT FLOW (03)
Definition of turbulence, scale and intensity, Effects of turbulent flow in pipes. Equation for velocity
distribution in smooth and rough pipes (no derivation). Resistance diagram.
FLOW PAST IMMERSED BODIES (03)
Drag and lift deformation Drag and pressure drag. Drag on a sphere, cylinder and Airfoil: lift-Magnus Effect
and circulation, lift on a circular cylinder.
SECTION –B
UNIFORM FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS (03)
Flow classifications, basic resistance Equation for open channel flow. Chezy, Manning, Bazin and Kutter
formulae. Variation of roughness coefficient, conveyance and normal depth, Velocity Distribution. Most
efficient flow sections; rectangular, trapezoidal and circular.
ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PRINCIPLES AND CRITICAL FLOW (04)
Energy and specific Energy in an open channel; critical depth for rectangular and trapezoidal channels.
Alternate depths, applications of specific energy to transitions and Broads crested weirs. Momentum and
specific force in open channel flow, sequent depths.
GRADUALLY VARIED FLOW (04)
Different Equation of water surface profile; limitation, properties and classification of water and surface
profiles with examples, computation of water surface profile by graphical, numerical and analytical approaches.
HYDRAULIC JUMP AND SURGES (04)
Theory of Jump, Elements of jump in a rectangular Channel, length and height of jump, location of jump,
Energy dissipation and other uses, surge as a moving hydraulic jump. Positive and negative surges
BOOKS :
1. Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanics : Modi and Seth, Standard Book House, Delhi
2. Fluid Mechanics : R. J. Garde and A. Z. Mirjaguaker, Nemchand &
Brothers.
3. Flow in open channel : Subramanya K. McGraw Hill.
4. Fluid Mechanics : Streeter, McGraw Hill.
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COURSE NAME : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
COURSE NO. : CIV. 504
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
BASIC CONCEPTS (04)
Definition of soil and soil mechanics common soil problem in Civil Engineering field. Principal types of soils.
Important properties of very fine soil i. e. adsorbed water, base exchange and soil structure. Characteristics of
main clay mineral groups. Basic definitions in soil mechanics. Weight volume relationship physical properties
of soils.
INDEX PROPERTIES (03)
Determination of Index properties, classification of coarse grained soils and fine grained soils.
COMPACTION (06)
Definition and object of compaction and concept of O.M.C. and zero Air Void Line. Modified proctor test.
Factors affecting compaction. Effect of compaction on soil properties and their discussion. Field compaction
methods their comparison of performance and relative suitability. Field compactive effort. Field control of
compaction by proctor needle.
CONSOLIDATION (06)
Definition and object of consolidation difference between compaction and consolidation. Concept of various
consolidation characteristics i.e. av, mv and Cv primary and secondary consolidation. Terzaghi’s method for onedimensional
consolidation. Consolidation test. Determination of Cv from curve fitting methods. Normally
consolidated and over consolidated clays importance of consolidation settlement in the design of structures.
SECTION- B
PERMEABILITY AND SEEPAGE (06)
Concept of effective stress principle. Seepage pressure, critical hydraulic gradient and quick sand condition.
Capillary phenomenon in soil. Darcy’s law and its validity seepage velicity. Co-efficient of permeability and
its determination average permeability of striated soil mass Factors affecting ‘K’ and brief discussion.
SHEAR STRENGTH (06)
Stress analysis of a two - dimensional stress system by Mohr circle. Concept of pole. Coulomb’s law of shear
strength Coulomb - Mohr strength theory. Relations between principle stresses at failure Shear strength tests.
Derivation of skempton’s pore pressure parameters. Stress strain and volume change characteristics of sands.
EARTH PRESSURE (06)
Terms and symbols used for a retaining wall. Movement of wall and the lateral earth pressure. Rankine’s and
Coulomb’s theory for lateral earth pressure. Culmann’s graphical construction and Rebhan’s graphical
construction.
BOOKS :
1. Terzaghi K and Peck R B “Soil mechanics in Engineering Practice” John Wiley and Sons, New
York, 1995.
2. Terzaghi K “Theoretical Soil Mechanics”, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1943
3. Ranjan G and Rao ASR “Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics” New Age International Pvt. Ltd.,
Publishers, New Delhi, 2000
4. Murthy V N S Geotechnical Engineering: Principles and Practices of Soil Mechanics and Foundation
Engineering (Civil Engineering) “, 2002.
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5. Donald P. Coduto "Foundation Design: Principles and Practices”, Pearson Education,Eastern
Economy Edition, 2000.
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING ( Practicals)
CIV- 554
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
1. Determination of water content.
2. Determination of field density by Core cutter method
3. Determination of field density by Sand replacement method
4. Grain size Analysis by Mechanical Method.
5. Grain size Analysis by Hydrometer Method.
6. Determination of Specific Gravity by Pycnometer.
7. Determination of Liquid Limit, Plastic limit.
8. Determination of Permeability by constant head permeameter.
9. Unconfined Compression Test.
10. Direct Shear Test.
11. Determination of compressibility characteristics of fine grained soils by Consolidation test.
12. Determination of shear strength of dry and saturated sands by Tri-axial shear test
COURSE NAME : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 505
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
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SOURCES OF WATER SUPPLY (06)
Measurement of rainfall and runoff variations; mass diagram; Definition and Design factors, Groundwater and
springs Definition - various types of wells - well construction and development - specific yield and various
tests - Infiltration wells and galleries; choice of source of water supply.
QUALITY OF WATER (06)
Testing of various physical-chemical and biological characteristics and their significance; standards of quality
for different uses of water
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS (06)
Municipal water demands and demand variations, Population forecasting and water demand estimations; Intakes
and transmission systems, pipes for transporting water and their design, water distribution systems and
appurtenances; Data and background information for the design of water supply system; Water supply network
design and design of balancing and service reservoirs; operation and maintenance of water supply systems.
SECTION – B
PUMPS AND PUMPING (06)
Necessity of pumping, classification of different type of pumps and their characteristics and selection criteria,
economical diameter of the rising main, pumping stations
WATER TREATMENT (06)
Water treatment schemes; Basic principles of water treatment; Design of plain sedimentation, coagulation and
flocculation, filtration: slow, rapid and pressure; Disinfection units; Fundamentals of water softening,
fluoridation and deflouridation, and water desalinization and demineralization.
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Small scale and household level water purification system and water fixtures
BOOKS:
1. Environmental Engineering : Baljeet S. Kapoor, New Age Publishers
2. Water Supply and Sewerage : E. W. Steel, McGraw Hill.
3. Water Supply Engineering : S. K. Garg, Khanna Publishers
4. Water Supply & Sanitation Engineering : Gurcharan Singh, Std. Publishers
5. Water Supply Engineering : B.C. Punmia, Luxmi Publictaions
6. Environmental Engineering : P. Venugopala Rao, PHI
7. Waste water Engineering : S.N. Paul & Arvind Kumar, APH
Publishing House
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – I (Practical)
CIV- 555
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
1) Determination of Color & Turbidity.
2) Determination of Solids: Total, Dissolved and Suspended; dissolved solids.
3) Determination of Alkalinity and its species.
4) Determination of pH, and Acidity and its species.
5) Determination of Hardness (different types)
6) Determination of Chlorides.
7) Determination of Fluorides.
8) Jar test for optimum coagulant dose estimation.
9) Determination of residual chlorine and chlorine dose.
COURSE NAME : RCC DRAWING - II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 506
L T P : 0-0-4
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
Detailed working drawings of following (using AUTOCAD)
1. Footings ( Isolated, combined rectangular and trapezoidal, strap, raft)
2. Continuous Beams
3. Retaining walls (Cantilever and Counter fort)
4. Water tanks
5. Spherical and Conical domes.
SURVEY CAMP
CIV – 507
EXTERNAL: 50
SESSIONAL: 150
The students will be required to make a topographic map of an undulating hilly terrain measuring about 250
acres. The work will be as under:
Reconnaissance, selection of main stations, measurement of horizontal and vertical angles, measurement of
base line, determination of R.L. of main station by double leveling from B.M., measurement of bearing of any
one line, computation of coordinates of station points, plotting of details, interpolation of contours.
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SIXTH SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND STATISTICAL METHODS
COURSE NO. : ASC. 601
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
FLOATING-POINT NUMBERS: Floating-point representation, Rounding, Chopping, Error analysis,
Condition and instability. (03)
NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS: Bisection, Fixed-point iteration and Newton-Raphson methods, Order of
convergence. (03)
LINEAR SYSTEMS AND EIGEN-VALUES: Gauss-elimination method (using Pivoting strategies) and Gauss-
Seidel Iteration method. Rayleig’s power method for eigen-values and eigen-vectors. (03)
INTERPOLATION: Lagrange’s formula with error, Divided difference, Newton’s divided difference formula.
(03)
NUMERICAL INTEGRATION: Newton-Cote’s quadrature formula (with error) and Gauss-Legendre
quadrature formula. (03)
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Solution of initial value problem using Taylor Series, Euler’s and Runge-
Kutta (up to fourth order) methods. (03)
SECTION – B
RANDOM VARIABLES: Definition, Probability distribution, Distribution functions, pdf and cdf, Expectation
and Variance. (03)
SPECIAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS: Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Uniform, Normal and
Exponential distributions. (03)
SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS: Population and samples, Concept of sampling distributions, Sampling
distribution of mean, Chi-square, t and F distributions (pdf only). Tests of Hypotheses: Basic ideas, Important
tests based on normal, Chi-square, t and F distribution. (03)
CURVE FITTING: Method of least squares, Fitting of simple curves using this method, Regression and
Correlation: (Two variables case only) (03)
BOOKS:
1. Numerical Methods, Dr. B.S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers
2. Introductory Methos of Numerical Analysis, S.S. Shastri, PHI
3. Numerical Methods, M.K. Jain, SRK Iyengar, R. K.Jain, New Age Intl. Publishers
4. Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Miller & Freund, Pearson
5. Introductory Probability and Statistical Applications, P.L. Meyer, Oxford Publications
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COURSE NAME : DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 602
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
SECTION –A lectures
DESIGN OF ROUND TUBULAR STRUCTURES (05)
Introduction, round tubular sections, permissible stresses, tube columns and compression members, tube
tension members, tubular roof trusses, Design of tubular beams, Design of tubular purlins.
DESIGN OF STEEL FOOT BRIDGE (08)
Introduction, design of flooring, cross girders, analysis of N- type truss, design of various members of truss,
design of joints, design of bearings.
DESIGN OF COMPLETE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING WITH DESIGN OF (08)
Gantry Girder
Column bracket.
Mill bent with constant moment of inertia
Lateral and longitudinal bracing for column bent etc.
SECTION –B
DESIGN OF A SINGLE TRACK THROUGH TYPE RAILWAY BRIDGE WITH LATTICE GIRDERS
HAVING PARALLEL CHORDS (15)
Design of stringers
Design of cross girders
Design of connection between stringer and cross girder
Design of main girders
Design of bottom lateral bracing and top lateral bracing
Design of portal bracing and sway bracing
Design of bearings
BOOKS:
1.Arya A S and Ajmani J L “Design of Steel Structures” Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee,1996.
2. Chandra R “Design of Steel Structures” Vol. I & II Standard Book House, Delhi,1991
3. Raz S A “Structural Design in Steel” New Age International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2002
4. Raghupathi M “Design of Steel Structures” Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company ltd., New Delhi, 1999.
5. Dayaratnam P “Design of Steel Structures” Wheeler Publishers, New Delhi, 2000.
COURSE NAME : QUANTITY SURVEY
COURSE NO. : CIV. 603
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
ESTIMATES (08)
Method of building estimates, types, site plan index plan, layout plan, plinth area, floor area, Technical sanction
, administrative approval, estimate of buildings, roads , earthwork, R.C.C. works, sloped roof, roof truss,
masonry platform, complete set of estimate
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ANALYSIS OF RATES (08)
For earthwork, concrete work, D.P.C., stone masonry, plastering, pointing, roadwork
SECTION- B
SPECIFICATIONS (06)
For different classes of building and Civil engineering works.
TYPES OF CONTRACTS (06)
Tenders, tender form, submission and opening of tenders, measurement book, muster roll , piecework
agreement and work order
ACCOUNTS (06)
Division of accounts, cash, receipt of money, cash book, temporary advance, imprest, accounting procedure,
arbitration, arbitration act.
BOOKS:
1. Estimating and Costing : B.N. Dutta , UBS Publishers & Distributors Ltd
2. Estimating and Costing in Civil Engg. : D.C. Mahajan, Rainbow Book Company.
3. P.W.D. Accounts : Chief Engineer, B & R, Punjab
4. Civil Engineering Quantities : Irory M. Sealy, Mcmillion & Co.
COURSE NAME : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG.- II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 604
L T P : 3 1 3
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
INTRODUCTION (03)
Terms & definitions, systems of sanitation and their merits and demerits, system of sewerage, choice of
sewerage system and suitability to Indian conditions.
DESIGN OF SEWER (04)
Quantity of sanitary and storm sewage flow, forms of sewers. Conditions of flow in Sewers, sewers of
equivalent section, self cleansing and limiting velocity, hydraulic formulae for flow of sewerage in sewers and
their design.
CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF SEWERS (04)
Sewer appurtenances, Materials for sewers. Laying of sewers, joints in sewers, testing of sewers pipes.
Maintenance, operation and precaution before entering a sewer.
HOUSE DRAINAGE (03)
Principles of House drainage, traps, Inspection chamber Indian and European type W.C. Flushing cisterns, soilwaste
and anti-syphorage pipes, plumbing system.
SECTION - B
CHARACTERISTICS & TESTING OF SEWAGE (03)
Composition of sewage, sampling, physical & chemical analysis of sewerage, biological decomposition of
sewage, kinetics of organic waste stabilization.
TREATMENT OF SEWAGE (04)
Unit processes o waste water treatment, screens, grit-chambers, detritus tank, skimming tank, grease traps,
sedimentation, chemical treatment, aerobic biological treatment, trickling filter (LRTF & HRTF), activated
sludge processes, anaerobic treatment, units-sludge digesters and biogas plant.
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LOW COST WASTE WATER TREATMENT UNITS (04)
Oxidation's Ponds, Lagoons, ditches, septic tanks and imhoff tanks, Theory, design, advantages &
disadvantages.
BOOKS :
1. Waste Water Engineering : Metcalf and Eddy Inc. TMH.
2. Elements of Public Health Engg. : K.N. Duggal, S. Chand.
3. Sewerage and Sewage Treatment : H.E. Babbitt & E.R. Baumann, Mc Graw Hill.
4. Waste Water and Air Pollution Engg. : S.K. Garg., Khanna Publishers
5. Environmental Engineering : B.S. Kapoor, New Age Publishers
7. Waste Water Engg. : B.C.Punmia, Ashok Jain, Laxmi Publications
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG: - II (practical)
CIV- 654
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
1. Determination of DO.
2. Determination of BOD.
3. Determination of COD.
4. Determination of Sulphates.
5. Determination of Nitrite and Nitrate nitrogen.
6. Determination of Ammonical and Total Kjeldhal Nitrogen.
7. Determination of phosphorus (total and available).
8. Determination of SVI (including MLSS and MLVSS estimations).
COURSE NAME : FOUNDATION ENGINEERING
COURSE NO. : CIV. 605
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION – A lectures
STABILITY OF SLOPES (04)
Necessity, causes of failure of slopes. Stability analysis of infinite and finite slopes in sand and clay. Taylor’s
stability number and its utility.
SHALLOW FOUNDATION (06)
Types of shallow foundations, definitions Terzaghis analysis. Types of failures. Factors affecting bearing
capacity. Skemptions equation. B. I. S. recommendations for shape, depth and inclination factors. Plate Load
Test and Standard Penetration Test. Contact pressure distribution. Causes of settlement of structures
comparison of immediate and consolidation settlement Calculation of settlement by plate load test and Static
Cone Penetration Test data. Allowable settlement of various structures according to IS Code. Situation most
suitable for provision of rafts. Proportioning of rafts in sand and clays. Various methods of designing raft.
Floating foundation.
STRESS DISTRIBUTION (07)
Boussinesq’s equation for a point load, uniformly loaded circular and rectangular area, pressure distribution
diagrams. New marks chart and its construction. Two- to – one method of load distribution. Comparison of
Bossinesq and Westergaard analysis for a point load. Limitations of elastic formula.
MACHINE FOUNDATIONS (04)
Theory of vibrations, foundations subjected to vibrations, determination of dynamic properties of soil, Dynamic
analysis of block foundations.
SECTION – B
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SOIL INVESTIGATION (04)
Object of soil investigation for new and existing structures. Depth of exploration for different structures.
Spacing of bore holes. Methods of soil exploration and relative merits and demerits.
PILE FOUNDATION-I (06)
Necessity and uses of piles, classification of piles. Merits and demerits of different types based on composition.
Types of pile driving hammers & their comparison. Effect of pile driving on adjacent ground. Use of
Engineering news formula and Hiley’s formula for determination of allowable load. Pile Load Test, separation
of skin friction and point resistance using cyclic pile load test data. Related Numerical problems.
PILE FOUNDATION-II (06)
Determination of point resistance and frictional resistance of a single pile by static formula. Piles in clay, safe
load on a friction and point bearing pile. Pile in sand spacing of piles in a group, factors affecting capacity of a
pile group. Efficiency of pile group bearing capacity of a pile group in clay. Settlement of pile groups in clay
and sand Negative skin friction.
CAISSONS AND WELLS (05)
Major area of use of caissons Advantages and disadvantages of open box and pneumatic caissons. Essential part
of a pneumatic caisson. Components of a well. Calculation of allowable bearing pressure. Conditions for
stability of a well. Terzaghi’s analysis for Lateral stability of a well, embedded in sand. Forces acting on a well
foundation. Computation of scour depth, Tilts & Shifts.
BOOKS:
1. Peck R B, Hanson W B and Thorn burn T H “Foundation Engineering” Jonh Wiley and Sons Inc,
New York. 1974
2. Teng W C “Foundation Design” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1988.
3. Bowles J E “Foundation Analysis and Design” McGraw Hill, New York, 1988.
4. Ranjan G and Rao A S R “Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics” New Age International, New
Delhi, 2000
5. Murthy V N S “A Text Book of Soil Mechanics of Foundation Engineering” Sai Kripa Technical
Consultants, Bangalore, 1993
STEEL DRAWING –II
COURSE NO. : CIV- 606
L T P : 0 0 4
EXTERNAL: 50
SESSIONAL: 150
DETAILED WORKING DRAWINGS FOR (USING AUTOCAD)
(i) Industrial Building
(ii) Railway Bridge
(iii) Foot Bridge
SEMINAR AND DEPARTEMNTAL INSTRUCTIONS
CIV- 607
Visits to various Civil Engineering sites, Construction sites, technical films, library, corporate activities,
participation in seminars, industries etc.
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SEVENTH SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : HYDROLOGY AND DAMS
COURSE NO. : CIV. 701
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
PRECIPITATION: (03)
Importance of hydrological data in water resources planning. The hydrologic cycle, Mechanics of precipitation,
types and causes, measurement by rain gauges, gauge net works. Hyetograph, averaging depth of precipitation
over the basin, mass-rainfall curves, intensity duration frequency curves, depth area-duration curves.
INTERCEPTION, EVAPO-TRANSPIRATION AND INFILTRATION (04)
Factors affecting interception, Evaporation from free water surfaces and from land surfaces. Transpiration,
Evapo-transpiration. Factors Affecting infiltration rate, infiltration capacity and its determination.
RUNOFF (03)
Factors affecting runoff, runoff hydrography, unit hydrograph theory, S-curve hydrograph, Synder’s S
ynthetic unit hydrograph, Principles of flood routing through a reservoir by I.S.D. method (description only).
PEAK FLOWS (03)
Estimation of Peak flow-rational formula, use of unit hydrograph, frequency analysis, Gumble’s method, design
flood and its hydrograph.
SECTION- B
INTRODUCTION TO DAMS (03)
Choice of type of dam, site selection, investigation, foundation treatment.
GRAVITY DAMS (03)
Non-over flow and over flow section, forces acting, stability factors, stresses on the faces of dam. Design of
profile by the method of zoning. Elementary profile of a dam, Creagers profiles neglecting velocity of approach
, profile taking velocity of approach into account, upstream lip and approach ramp. Discharge characteristics of
spillways. General principles of design of spillways - Ogee, Chute, side channel and siphon.
EARTHEN DAMS (04)
Components of earthen Dams and their functions; Phreatic line determination by analytical and graphical
methods. Seepage determination and control.
ARCH AND BUTTRESS DAMS (04)
Classification of arch dams constant, radius, constant angle and variable radius types, cylinder theory,
Expression relating central angle and cross-sectional area of arch. Types of buttress dams, Advantages of
buttress dams.
BOOKS:
1. Design of Small Dams : USBR Publication Oxford and IBH Publishing
Company
2. Design of Gravity Dams : Varshney, Gupta & Gupta.
3. Earth Dams : Bharat Singh, Nem Chand and Bros., Roorkee
4. Hydrology : A. J. Randkivi, Pergamon Press Oxford
5. Engineering Hydrology : K. Subramanya, Tata Mc Graw Hill and Publishing
Company, New Delhi
6. Applied Hydrology : Linsley, Kohler, Paul H., Tata Mc Grawhill,
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COURSE NAME : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS- III
COURSE NO. : CIV. 702
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
BASIC CONCEPTS OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (05)
Actions and Displacements, equilibrium, compatibility, static and kinematic indeterminacy, principle of
superposition, flexibility and stiffness matrices, Equivalent joint loads.
FUNDAMENTALS OF FLEXIBILITY METHOD (06)
Flexibility methods, Joint displacements, Member end actions and support reactions, flexibility of prismatic
member, formalization of flexibility method.
SECTION- B
FUNDAMENTALS OF STIFFNESS METHOD (08)
Stiffness method, stiffness of prismatic members, formalization of stiffness method
Global stiffness matrix, partitioning of global stiffness matrix.
DIRECT STIFFNESS METHOD (08)
Complete member stiffness matrix, formulation of joint stiffness matrix, formation of load vector,
rearrangement of stiffness and load arrays, Analysis of continuous beams,
Rigid frames and pin jointed frames.
Comparison between stiffness and flexibility methods.
INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (04)
BOOKS:
1. Matrix Methods in structure analysis: Pundit & Gupta, TMH
2. Matrix Analysis of framed Structures: Weaver & Gere, CBS Publishers
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COURSE NAME : TRANSPORTATION ENGG. II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 703
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
INTRODUCTION TO RAILWAY ENGINEERING (03)
History of Railways, Development of Indian Railway, Organisation of Indian Railway, Important Statistics of
Indian Railways.
RAILWAY GAUGES (03)
Definition, Gauges on World Railways, Choice of Gauge, Uniformity of Gauge, Loading Gauge, Construction
Gauge.
RAILWAY TRACK (04)
Requirements of a Good Track, Track Specifications on Indian Railways, Detailed Cross-Section of
Single/Double Track on Indian Railways.
COMPONENTS OF RAILWAY TRACKS (03)
Rails, Sleepers, Ballast, Subgrade and Formation, Track Fixtures & Fastenings, Coning of Wheels, Tilting of
Rails, Adzing of Sleepers, Rail Joints, Creep of Rails.
GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF RAILWAY TRACK (04)
Alignment, Gradients, Horizontal Curve, Super-elevation, Equilibrium Cant, Cant Deficiency, Transition
Curves.
POINTS AND CROSSINGS (03)
Functions, Working and Design of Turnout, Various types of Track Junctions and their layouts, Level-crossing.
RAILWAY STATIONS & YARDS (03)
Site Selection, Classification & Layout of Stations, Marshalling Yard, Locomotive Yard, Equipment at Railway
Stations.
SIGNALLING AND INTERLOCKING (04)
Objectives, Classification of Signals, Types of Signals in Stations and Yards, Automatic Signalling, Principal of
Interlocking.
MODERNIZATION OF RAILWAY TRACKS (03)
High Speed Tracks, Improvement in existing track for high speed, Ballastless Track, MAGLEV Track.
SECTION- B
INTRODUCTION TO AIRPORT ENGINEERING (03)
Air Transport Scenario in India and Stages of Development, National and International Organisations.
AIRPORT PLANNING (03)
Aircraft Characteristics, Factors for Site Selection, Airport Classification, General Layout of an Airport.
OBSTRUCTIONS AND ZONING LAWS (04)
Imaginary Surfaces, Approach Zones and Turning Zones.
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RUNWAY ORIENTATION AND DESIGN (06)
Wind Rose Diagram, Basic Runway Length, Corrections, Geometric Design Elements, Runway Configuration,
Aircraft Parking System.
TAXIWAY DESIGN (04)
Main Taxiway, Exit Taxiway, Separation Clearance, Holding Aprons.
VISUAL AIDS (04)
Marking and Lighting of Runway, Taxiway, Landing Direction Indicator, and Wind Direction Indicator,
IFR/VFR.
BOOKS:
1. Aggarwal, M.M. “Railway Engineering”, Prabha and Company, New Delhi, 1997.
2. Saxena, S.C., and Arora, S.P. “A Text Book of Railway Engineering”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi, 1997.
3. Khanna, S.K., Arora, M.G., and Jain, S.S. “Airport Planning and Design”, Nem Chand & Bros. Roorkee,
1999.
4. Horenjeff, R. and McKelvey, F. “Planning and Design of Airports”, McGraw Hill Company, New York,
1994.
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COURSE NAME : IRRIGATION ENGG. I
COURSE NO. : CIV. 704
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
METHODS OF IRRIGATION (06)
Advantages and disadvantages of irrigation, water requirements of crops, factors affecting water requirement,
consumptive use of water, water depth or delta and crop relation, Duty of water, relation between delta, duty and
base period, Soil crop relation-ship and soil fertility, sprinkler irrigation advantages & limitations. Planning and
design of sprinkler irrigation, drip irrigation advantages & limitations, suitability.
CANAL IRRIGATION (04)
Classifications of canals, canal alignment, Inundation canals, Bandhara irrigation, advantages and
disadvantages, Silt theories-Kennedy's theory, Lacey's theory, Drawbacks in Kennedy's & Lacey's theories,
comparison of Lacey's and Kennedy's theories, Design of unlined canals based on Kennedy & Lacey's theories,
suspended and bed loads.
LINED CANALS (03)
Types of lining, selection of type of lining, Economics of lining, maintenance of lined canals, silt removal,
strengthening of channel banks, measurement of discharge in channels, design of lined canals, methods of
providing drainage behind lining.
LOSSES IN CANALS, WATER LOGGING AND DRAINAGE (04)
Losses in canals-Evaporation and seepage, water logging, causes and ill effects of water logging-anti water
logging measures. Drainage of land, classification of drains - surface and subsurface drains, Design
considerations for surface drains, Advantages and maintenance of tile drains.
SECTION- B
INVESTIGATION AND PREPRRATION OF IRRIGATION PROJECTS (04)
Classification of project, Project preparation-investigations, Design of works and drawings, concept of multi -
purpose projects, Major, Medium and miner projects, planing of an irrigation project, Economics & financing of
irrigation works. Documentation of project report.
TUBE - WELL IRRIGATION (04)
Types of tube - wells - strainer type, cavity type and slotted type. Type of strainers, Aquifer, porosity,
uniformity coefficient, specific yield & specific retention, coefficients of permeability, transmissibility and
storage. Yield or discharge of a tube well, Assumptions, Theim & Duputi’s formulae. Interference of tube wells
with canal or adjoining tube-wells, optimum capacity, Duty and delta of a tube well. Rehabilitation of tube
well.
RIVER TRAINING WORK: (04)
Objectives, classification of river-training works, Design of Guide Banks. Groynes or spurs - Their design and
classification ISI. Recommendations of Approach embankments and afflux embankments, pitched Islands,
Alficial cut-off objects and design Considerations River control - objectives and methods.
BOOKS:
1. Principles & practice of Irrigation Engg. S.K..Sharma, S. Chand.
2. Irrigation & Water Power Engg. B.C. Punmia, Pande B.B.Lal,, Laxmi Publications.
3. Irrigation Engg. & Hydrauloc Structure Varshney, Gupta & Gupta
4. Irrigation Engg. & Hydraulic Structure Santosh Kumar Garg, Khanna Publishers.
SOFTWARE LAB
CIV- 705
EXTERNAL: 50
SESSIONAL: 150
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Analysis and Design of various Civil Engineering Problems using Software like STAAD PRO, AUTO CIVIL,
NISA CIVIL, Etc.
EIGHTH SEMESTER
COURSE NAME : MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS
COURSE NO. : CIV. 801
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
PRINCIPLES OF MAINTENANCE (03)
Importance of maintenance, deterioration and durability, factors affecting decision to carryout maintenance,
maintenance and GNP, agencies causing deterioration, effect of deterioration agencies on materials.
DESIGN AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATION IN MAINTENANCE (05)
Factors to reduce maintenance at design stage, consideration lf maintenance aspects in preparing tender
document and specifications, sources of error in design which enhances maintenance and its importance at
design stage. Economic consideration in maintenance: physical life, functional life, economic life of different
types of buildings, discounting technique for assessment of economic life.
MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT (05)
Definition, organization structure, work force for maintenance, communication needs, building inspections,
maintenance budget and estimates, property inspections and reports, specification for maintenance jobs, health
and safety in maintenance, quality in maintenance, maintenance manual and their importance.
MATERIALS FOR MAINTENANCE (05)
Compatibility of repair materials, durability and maintenance, types of materials, their specification and
application, criteria for selection of material, use of commercial available materials in maintenance.
SECTION- B
INVESTIGATION AND DIAGNOSIS FOR REPAIR OF STRUCTURES (04)
Basic approach to investigations, physical inspection, material tests, non-destructive testing for diagnosis,
estimation of actual loads and environmental effects, study of design and construction practices used in original
construction, retrospective analysis, and confirmation and repair steps.
MAINTENANCE PROBLEMS AND ROOT CAUSES (03)
Classification of defects, need for diagnosis, type of defects in building elements and building materials defect
location, symptoms and causes.
REMEDIAL MEASURES FOR BUILDING DEFECTS (06)
Preventive maintenance and special precautions – considerations, preventive maintenance for floors, joints, wet
areas, water supply and sanitary systems, termite control, common repair techniques, common methods of crack
repair.
- Repair of existing damp proofing systems in roofs, floors and wet areas.
- Protection, repair and maintenance of RCC elements.
- Repair of finishes.
- Repair of building joints.
- Repair of water supply and sanitary systems, under ground and over head tanks.
- Common strengthening techniques.
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MAINTENANCE OF MULTISTOREY BUILDINGS (04)
Specials features for maintenance of multi-storeyed buildings, including fire protection system, elevators,
booster pumps, generator sets.
MAINTENANCE OF SERVICES (06)
Leakage detection techniques in pipes, cleaning of pipes, replacement of pipes, clogging of sewer pipes,
cleaning and their repairs, special precaution required in sewer pipe maintenance, maintenance of septic tanks,
maintenance of AC and electrical system in buildings.
BOOKS:
1. Concrete Repairs & Maintenance by Peter H. Emmons & Gajanan M. Subnis.R.S.Means Company.
2. Concrete Repair: Vol. I, II & II published by the Aberdeen Group.
3. Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures, ACI Compilation 10.
4. Gahlot & Sharma, CBS, Publications
5. A.C. Panchdari, Maintenance of Buildings New Age International (P) Limited Publishers
6. G. Szechy, D.Sc: Foundation Failures, Concrete Publications Limited 14 Dartmouth Street, London.
7. H.J Eidridge, Common Defects in Buildings, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London
8. W.H. Ransom; Building Failures: Diagnosis and Avoidance, New Age Publications (P) Limited
COURSE NAME : IRRIGATION ENGINEERING -II
COURSE NO. : CIV. 802
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION A lectures
THEORIES OF SEEPAGE (02)
Seepage force and exit gradient, salient features of Bligh’s Creep theory, Lane’s weighted Creep theory and
Khosla’s theory, Determination of uplift. Pressures and floor thickness.
DESIGN OF WEIRS (03)
Weirs versus barrage, design considerations with respect to surface flow, hydraulic jump and seepage flow.
Design of barrage or weir.
ENERGY DISSIPATION DEVICES (03)
Use of hydraulic jump in energy dissipation, Factors affecting design, Types of energy dissipators and their
hydraulic design.
DIVERSION HEAD WORKS (02)
Functions and investigations: component parts of a diversion head work and their design considerations, silt
control devices.
SECTION- B
DISTRIBUTORY REGULATORS (02)
Offtake alignment, cross-regulators – their functions and design, Distributory head regulators, their design, canal
escape.
CANAL FALLS (03)
Necessity and location, types of falls and their description, selection of type of falls, Principles of design, Design
of Sarda type, straight glacis and Inglis or baffle wall falls.
CROSS-DRAINAGE WORKS (03)
Definitions, choice of type, Hydraulic design consideration, Aqueducts their types and design, siphon aqueducts
– their types and design considerations, super passages, canal siphons and level crossing.
CANAL OUTLETS (03)
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Essential requirements, classifications, criteria for outlet behaviours, flexibility, proportionality, sensitivity,
sensitiveness, etc. Details and design of non-modular, semi-modular and modular outlets.
BOOKS:
1. Design of Irrigation Structures by S.K. Sharma. S.Chand.
2. Irrigation and Water Power Engg. By B.C. Punmia & Pande B.B. Lal.,Luxmi Publuications.
3. Irrigation Engg. by S.K. Garg, Khanna Publishers.
4. I.S..Codes.
COURSE NAME : CONSTRUCTION PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
COURSE NO. : CIV. 803
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
WORKS MANAGEMENT
INTRODUCTION (04)
Need for project planning and management Engineer’s role in Construction economy, Value engineering, Time
value of money.
Construction schedule activity and events Bar Chart, Milestone Chart, Uses and Drawbacks - evolution of
networks
PERT PROGRAMME (EVOLUTION AND REVIEW TECHNIQUE) (04)
Brief History of Evolution of PERT Salient features, construction of PERT network, multiple time estimates
and network analysis, earlier events time, latest even time, forward pass and backward pass, event slack, concept
of critical path and its identification, data reduction, Application of statistics to probability of achieving a target
data, suitability of PERT for research projects.
CPM (CRITICAL PATH METHOD) (04)
Definitions, network construction. Fundamental rules, assignment of duration of activities, determination of
project schedule, activity time estimates earliest start and earliest finish, latest start and latest finish time-float
types-free float, independent float, Interfering float -0 their significance in project control, identification of
critical path.
THREE PHASE APPLICATION OF CPM (04)
Three phases - Planning, scheduling and controlling, updating an arrow diagram, time grid diagram.
PROJECT COST ANALYSIS (04)
Types of project costs direct and indirect cost-time relationships, cost slopes straight-line and segmented
approximations, optimum cost and optimum duration, conducting a crash programme, determining the minimum
total cost of a project, advantages and limitations of PCM.
SECTION- B
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING
PREPARATION OF CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE FOR A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT (04)
Project description; activities; activity relationship and duration, scheduling, resources; delivering materials;
scheduling labour and equipment Job-layout; Project control during construction; Project supervision;
Construction cost control.
FACTORS AFFECTING SELECTION OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT (04)
Types of equipment; cost of owing and operating equipment depreciation cost; obsolescence cost; investment
cost; operating cost; economic lift of equipment; maintenance and repair cost.
EARTH MOVING MACHINERY (04)
Tractor and related equipment; bulldozers; angledozes; rippers; scrappers; power shovels; dragline; slack line;
clamshells hoes; trenching machines.
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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENTS (04)
Cement concrete plants for grading, batching, mixing, types of mixers, handling and transporting concrete,
concrete pumps, placing concrete, compacting concrete, bituminous mix plants, pavers and finishers.
HOISTING AND TRANSPORTING EQUIPMENT (04)
Hoists winches, cranes, belt conveyors, ropeways trucks and wagons, balancing the capacity of hauling units
with the size of excavator.
BOOKS:
1. PERT AND CPM (Principles and Applications) 2nd Edition : L.S. Srinath. McGraw
Hill.
2. Construction Planning, Equipment and Methods (4th Edition) : R. L. Peurifey.
3. Construction Equipment, Planning and Application : Mahesh Verma
4. Project Planning and Control with PERT/CPM : Dr. B.C. Punmia,
Luxmi Publications
COURSE NAME : SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
COURSE NO. : CIV. 804
L T P : 3 1 0
EXTERNAL: 100
SESSIONAL: 50
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a
total of 5 questions with atleast 2 questions from each part.
SECTION- A lectures
INTRODUCTION (04)
Types and sources of solid wastes, Municipal, solid waste, Industrial solid wastes and Hazardous wastes,
Present scenarios of municipal and industrial waste management in India.
PROPERTIES OF SOLID WASTES (04)
Physical and chemical composition of municipal solid wastes, waste generation rates, factors effecting waste
generation rates.
MANAGEMENT OF SOLID WASTES IN INDIA (04)
Prevalent SWM practices and deficiencies : Storage of waste at source, segregation of wastes, Primary
collection of waste, transportation of waste, disposal of wastes, institutional deficiencies.
ENGINEERED SYSTEMS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (04)
Design specifications of primary waste collection tools, waste storage bins, transportation vehicles, route
selection and provision of transfer stations.
SECTION- B
DISPOSAL OF WASTES (04)
Site selection, rapid EIA of proposed sites, disposal technologies such as :
Composting: Aerobic composting, Anaerobic composting, mechanical composting, vermin composting;
advantages and limitations of composting technologies, Economics of composting.
ANAEROBIC DIGESTION (04)
Traditional digestors such as KVIC model, Deenbandhu model, emerging technologies for waste stabilisation.
Incineration: Fuel Pellets, Refuse derived fuels, mechanical incinerators; advantages and limitations of
incineration.
SANITARY LANDFILLING (04)
Method of preparing sanitary landfill site, land filling techniques, operation and maintenance of landfill sites
including leachate collection and treatment, recovery of methane from landfill sites for power generation.
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HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (04)
The Hazards, Definition & classification of Hazardous Waste Hazardous Waste Management, Treatment
Technologies, Land disposal, Biomedical Waste & its Management.
BOOKS:
1. Solid Wastes Energy Principles & Management by Techno banoglus, Theisen & Elvasebm, McGraw Hills.
2. Standard handbook of Hazardous Waste Treatment & Disposal, by Freeman H.M., McGraw Hills.
3. Papers published in various Journals & Magazines.
IRRIGATION DRAWING- II
CIV- 806
EXTERNAL: 40
SESSIONAL: 60
DESIGN AND DRAWING OF THE FOLLOWING (USING AUTOCAD)
Unlined Canals
Lined Canals
Guide Bank
Weir or Barrage
Head or cross regulator
Any one fall
A.P.M. Outlet
Syphon Aqueduct.
SEMINAR
CIV- 807
Each student shall be required to deliver presentations and submissions etc. in the class on the topics as
suggested by the course teacher.

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