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Shivaji University, Kolhapur Second Year Engineering - Civil SYLLABUS STRUCTURE S. E. Civil – Part-I – Semester -III


S.E. (CIVIL ENGINEERING) – Part I
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – III

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 3 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Tutorial : 1 hours/week Term Work: 25 marks

SECTION – I

Unit 1 Linear Differential Equations: Linear Differential Equations with constant
coefficients, Homogenous Linear differential equations [5 hours]
Unit 2 Applications of Linear Differential Equations: Applications of Linear
Differential Equations with constant coefficients to civil engineering
problems (Cantilever, Strut and beam). [4
hours]
Unit 3Partial differential equations: Four standard forms of partial differential
equations of first order. [5 hours]
Unit 4 Fourier series: Definition, Euler’s formulae, Dirchilt’s Conditions,
Functions having points of discontinuity, change of interval, expansions of
odd and even periodic functions, Half range series
[6 hours]

SECTION – II
Unit 1 Curve Fitting: Fitting of Curves by method of Least-squares, Coefficient
of correlation, Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient and lines of
regression of bivariate data.
[4 hours]
Unit 2 Probability: Random variable, Probability mass function and probability
density function, Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions. [5
hours]
Unit 3 Vector Differentiation: Differentiation of vectors, Gradient of scalar point
function, Directional derivative, Divergence of vector point function, Curl of
a vector point function. Irrotational and solenoidal vector field. [5
hours]
Unit 4 Vector Integration: The line integral, Surface integral, volume integral,
Gauss’s Divergence theorem, Stoke’s theorem, Green’s theorem (Without
proof).
[6 hours]

Nature of Question paper:
1. There will be two sections carrying 50 marks each.
2. There will be four questions in each section and three question
should be attempted from each section.

Reference Books:
1. A text book of Applied Mathematics: Vol. I, II and III by J. N. Wartikar & P.
N. Wartikar , Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B. S. Grewal.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig.
4. A textbook of Engineering Mathematics by N. P. Bali, Ashok Saxena and
N. Ch. S. N. Iyengar- Laxmi Publication, Delhi.
5. Fundamental of Statistics by S. C. Gupta.



SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I
SURVEYING-I
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
Practical: 4 hour per week Term work: 25 marks
Practical-Oral: 50 Marks

Section – I
UNIT 1(7Hrs)
a) Introduction-Construction and Permanent adjustments of Dumpy Level, Tilting
& Auto Level.
b) Sensitivity of Bubble Tube; Correction for curvature and refraction.
c) Reciprocal leveling
e) Precise Leveling-Study of Precise level, classification based on precision limits,
Field Procedure.
UNIT 2 (7Hrs)
a) Contouring Methods and application of contour maps for alignments and capacity
of reservoir.
b) Planimeter-Types, Theory, concept of zero circle, Study of Digital Planimeter.
c) Computation of Areas and Volumes.
UNIT 3 (6Hrs)
a) Plane Table Survey: Equipment and Accessories, methods, Two point and Three point
problems, and contouring with plane table. Use of Tangent Clinometer and Telescopic
Alidade.
Section – II
UNIT 4 (8Hrs)
a) Theodolite: Vernier, Micro optic and electronic.Vernier Theodolite- Construction,
Adjustments and uses. Methods of horizontal and vertical angle measurement. Use of
Electronic Theodolite.
b) Trigonometric Leveling – Single and Double Plane Method.
UNIT 5 (7Hrs)
a) Theodolite Traversing – Objectives and types.
Closed traverse- balancing, correction, Gale’s Traverse table.
b) Omitted Measurements
UNIT 6 (5Hrs)
a) Surveying-Hydrographic, Tunnel and mine survey.
b) Minor Instruments: Hand Level, Abney Level, Ghat Tracer, Box Sextant and Nautical
Sextant.
c) Survey for Engineering Projects- Reconnaissance, Preliminary and detailed. Setting
out of a building.

TERMWORK

Experiments
1) Use of Dumpy Level, Auto Level and Tilting Level.
2) Reciprocal Leveling
3) Sensitivity of Bubble Tube using Dumpy Level
4) Illustration of Permanent adjustment of Dumpy Level.
5) Evaluation of constant of Planimeter.
6) Use of Digital Planimeter for measurement f areas.
7) Study of Theodolite
8) Measurement of horizontal angle by various methods
9) Measurement of Magnetic bearing and vertical angle by theodolite
10) Study and use of Minor Instruments
11) Methods of Plane Table Survey
12) Two Point and Three Point Problems

Projects
1) Block contouring project
2) Theodolite Traversing Project
Practical and Oral Examination will be based on above syllabus.

Recommended Books
1) Surveying- B.C.Punmia Vol.1 & 2 Laxmi Publications New Delhi
2) Surveying and Levelling- T.P.Kanetkar and S.V.Kulkarni Vol.1 & 2 – Vidhyarthi
Griha Prakashan,Pune
3) Surveying- Agor – Khanna Publications,Delhi.
4) Surveying-Bannister, Raymond and Baker, Pearson Education
5) Surveying-K.R. Arora Vol.1 &2
6) Surveying- Jawaharlal Sharma -Publishers,Delhi
7) Surveying and Levelling- Basak-Tata Mcgraw Hill
8) Surveying – S.K.Duggal Vol1&2-Tata Mcgraw Hill Publications,New Delhi.
9) Plane Surveying- Alak De- S.Chand and Company.
10) Plane and Geodetic Surveying - David Clark.

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I

STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-I

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
Practical: 2 Hours per week Term work: 25 marks
Oral: 25 marks

SECTION I

Unit-1 (06 Hrs)
Scope of the subject, Engineering properties of different materials, St. Venant’s principle. Simple stress & strains, Hooks law, stress strain behavior for ductile & brittle material, working stress, Factor of safety, Composite sections under axial loading: compound bars,temperature stresses in Composite sections.
Unit-2 (04 Hrs)
Simple and complementary Shear stress, Poission’s ratio, Normal Stresses & strains in
three dimensions, elastic constants, relation between elastic constants.
Unit-3 (07 Hrs)
Analysis of statically determinate beams: S.F & B.M. diagrams for beams subjected to
point load (inclined load also), uniformly distributed load, uniformly varying load and
couples. Relation Between intensity of load, shear force & bending moment. Virtual
work approach for computation of S.F & B.M.
Unit-4 (03 Hrs)
Thin walled cylinders and spheres, change in volume, wire wound thin cylinders.

SECTION-II

Unit-5 (08 Hrs)
Bending stresses in beams: simple bending theory, pure bending of beams, flexure
formula, moment of resistance of different cross sections, built- up sections, Rectangular,
circular and flanged sections, bending stresses in composite beams of two different
materials, Equivalent sections
Unit-6 (04 Hrs)
Shear stresses in beams: Distribution of shear stresses in beams of various commonly
used sections such as rectangular, T, circular and I sections.
Unit-7 (04 Hrs)
Strain energy due to axial force gradually applied and impact load, Resilience. Strain
energy due to shear force, bending moment.
Unit-8 (04 Hrs)
Analysis of pin jointed trusses, assumptions, method of joints and method of sections.

Term Work
The term shall consist of –

A. Experiments (any five):
1. Tension test on Mild and TOR steel.
2. Compression test on different metals.
3. Compression test on Timber (parallel & across the grains).
4. Shear test on Mild steel.
5. Brinell and Rockwell Hardness test on different metals.
6. Impact test on different metals.

B. Experiments (any Two):
1. Bending test on Mild steel.
2. Flexure test on flooring tiles.
3. Water absorption & compression test on Burnt brick.

C. At least one numerical assignment on each unit.

Text Books

“Mechanics of Structure” (Vol. I & II) By Junnarkar S.B. and Advi, Charotar
publication
“Mechanics of Materials” by R.C. Hibbler, Pearson Education
“Mechanics of Materials” by Gere and Timoshenko, CBS publishers
“ Mechanics of Materials” Vol I & II by Punmia, Jain, Laxmi Publications
“ Strength of Materials” by S Ramamrutham, Dhanapat Rai Publications
“ Strength of Materials” by Bhavikatti S.S., New Age Publications
Reference Books
“Introduction to Mechanics of Solids” by J.B. Popov, Prentice – Hall publication
“Strength of Material” by F. L. Singer and Pytel, Harper and Row publication.
“Mechanics of Material” by Beer and Johnston, Mc Graw Hill publication.

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
(4 Hrs Duration)
Drawing: 2 hour per week Term work: 50 marks

SECTION – I

UNIT-NO.1 (8 Hrs)
Engineering properties of following materials.
HStones – Requirements of good building stone, uses of building stones.
HBricks – Manufacturing, Types and Engineering Properties.
HAggregates - Fine Aggregates and coarse aggregates - Origin, types, particle size and
shape, mechanical and physical properties, grading, sieve analysis.
HTimber – Natural & Artificial wood and their application in Civil Engineering.
HSteel – Standard sections, steel as reinforcement. High Yield Strength Steel and high
tensile steel, uses of steel in Building Construction. Anti-corrosive treatments.
HCement- Ordinary Portland, rapid hardening and low heat cements, main properties.
Tiles - Ceramic, Vitrified, Natural Stone/Mosaic, Paving Blocks etc.
Miscellaneous – Aluminum, Glass, Plastic etc.

UNIT –No.2 (6 Hrs)
HBasic requirements of a building as a whole: strength and stability, Dimensional stability,
comfort and convenience, damp prevention, water-proofing techniques, heat insulation,
day lighting & ventilation. Sound insulation and anti termite treatment.
Building components and their basic requirements : Foundations, plinth, walls and
columns in superstructure, floors, doors & windows, sills, lintels and weather sheds,
roofs, steps and stairs, utility fixtures.
Formwork for basic RCC elements: Ideal Requirements & types. HFoundations: Stepped,
isolated, combined, strip, raft, strap or cantilever, pile.

UNIT No. 3 (4 Hrs)
HPlain cement concrete – Properties, Grades and their uses.
Stone masonry – Random Rubble, Uncoursed Rubble, Coursed Rubble & Ashlar
Masonry.
HBrickwork & Brick Bonds - English, Flemish, Principles Observed During Construction

SECTION – II

UNIT No. 4 (4 Hrs)
Composite masonry, various partition walls, brick, aluminium & timber.
Solid concrete blocks, hollow concrete blocks and light weight blocks (Siporex), soil
stabilized blocks, Fly Ash Blocks.

UNIT No. 5 (7 Hrs)
Arches: Arches and their stability consideration, technical terms in arches,types of arches,
methods of construction.
Lintel: Necessity, Materials: wood, stone, brick, steel, R.C.C. and reinforcedbrick lintels.
HDoors – Classification, T.W. Paneled Door, Flush Door, Aluminum Glazed Doors, Steel
Doors, fixtures and fastening.
HWindows - Classification, T.W. Glazed Windows, Aluminum Glazed Windows, Steel
Windows, fixtures and fastening.
HStairs: Technical terms, requirements of a good stair, uses, types, materials for
construction. Design of stairs (Dog Legged and Open Well)

UNIT – No.6 (7 Hrs)
Roofs and Roof coverings: Terms used. Roof and their selection, pitched roofs and their
types, Timber Trusses (King Post and Queen Post), Steel Trusses types and their
suitability, roof coverings and their selection.
HGround and Upper floors and factors for selections of floorings: Various types of Tile
flooring (Natural and Artificial Material), Concrete Flooring (Tremix Flooring)
Construction of upper floors: R.C.C. slabs, R.C.C. beams and slab. Flat slab floor.

TERM WORK

1. Drawing to a scale, draw on half imperial drawing sheet.
A. Foundations: - Isolated, Combined Footing, Under Reamed Piles.
(With reinforcement details)
B. Stone Masonry: UCR, Course Rubble
C. Brick masonry: English bond, Flemish bond
D. Doors: T.W. Paneled Door.
E. Windows: T.W. Glazed Window.
F. Stairs: Dog legged and Open well.
G. Timber Trusses: King Post and Queen Post.

2. Sketch Book :
A. Lettering, Symbols, Types of lines and dimensioning as per IS 962.
B. Stone masonry: Ashlar, Ashlar chamfered Polygonal and Dry masonry.
C. Doors: Flush doors, Revolving door, Collapsible door and rolling shutter.
D. Windows: Louvered window, Sliding Window, Bay window, Casement
window, Dormer Window, Corner Window.
E. Roofs: Line Sketches of steel trusses for different spans.
F. Stairs: Quarter turn, bifurcated, Spiral, Geometrical.
G. R.C.C. Literals & Chajja

REFERENCE BOOKS
Building Construction – B.C.Punmia (Laxmi Publications)
Basic Civil Engineering – G. K. Hiraskar (Dhanpat Rai Publications)
A Text Book of Building Construction – S.P. Arora, S.P. Bindra (Dhanpat Rai
Publications)
Construction Technology ( Volume 1 to 4) – R. Chudley (ELBS)
HA to Z of Practical Building Construction and Its Management- Sandeep Mantri (
Satya Prakashan, New Delhi)
HSP 7- National Building Code Group 1 to 5- B.I.S. New Delhi
HI.S. 962 – 1989 Code for Practice for Architectural and Building Drawings
A Course in Civil Engineering Drawing – V.B.Sikka (S.K.Kataria and Sons)
Civil Engineering Drawing – M. Chakraborty.
Engineering Materials – R.K.Rajput ( S. Chand)
HHandbook of Building Construction- M. M. Goyal (Amrindra Consultancy (P)
Ltd.)

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I
FLUID MECHANICS-I

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
Practical: 2 Hours per week Term work: 25 marks
Practical/Oral: 25 marks

SECTION- I

Unit-1
Introduction:Scope and importance of Fluid Mechanics, Physical Properties of fluids (density,
specific weight, specific volume, sp. gravity, Viscosity-Newtons law of viscosity, Newtonion and
Non-Newtonion fluids. Compressibility, Surface tension and Capillarityh vapour pressure-
Cavitation), Ideal fluid, Real Fluid
(3)

Unit-2
Dimensional analysis & Model studies :
Dimensions & Dimensional homogeneity, Importance & use of Dimension analysis,
Buckingham’s pie theorem- Statement & application, Non-dimensional numbers & their
Significance.
Hydraulic similitude- Importance & use. Geometric, Kinematic & dynamic Similarities, Froude's & Reynold's model law, Scale ratios, applications (6)

Unit-3
Fluid Statics :
Pressure, Pascal’s Law, Hydrostatic Law, pressure measurement devices –piezometer,
manometers,Mechanical gauges. Forces on Plane and Curved Surfaces, Centre of pressure and pressure diagram, buoyancy, Metacentre, Stability of Submerged and floating bodies.
(6)

Unit-4
Fluid Kinematics:
Concept of control volume, Velocity and acceleration of fluid Particle, Classification of fluid flow
–( Steady- Unsteady, Uniform-Nonuniform, Rotational-irrotational , turbulent – laminar, l-D,2-D, 3-D flow, Compressible-incompressible flow).
Streamlines, Equipotential lines, Stream Function and Velocity Potential, Flow Net- (Properties,
Drawing methods, engineering applications). Continuity equation – ( differential & integral form )
(5)

SECTION- I I

Unit-5
Fluid Dynamics :
Forces acting on fluid in motion, Euler’s equation along a streamline, Bernoulli's Theoremlimitations,
Applications -Pitot Tube, Venturimeter, Orificemeter, Orifices and Mouthpieces,
Concept of HGL & TEL. (6)

Unit - 6
Flow in pipes:
A. Laminar flow
Reynold's Experiment, Coutte & Hazen Poisulle's Equation for viscous flow between parallel
plates and circular pipes.
B. Turbulant flow
Velocity distribution and Shear stresses in turbulent flow, Prandtl mixing length theory,
Nikuradse's Experiment, Introduction to Moody's Chart, Nomograms and Other pipe
diagrams. (5)

Unit – 7
Losses in pipes:
Darcy - Wiesbach Equation, factors affecting friction, Minor Losses in pipes, Concept of
equivalent length of pipe for different pipe fittings, Equivalent diameter of pipes, Hydraulic Power
transmission by pipe.(4)

Unit – 8
Pipes in parallel,, Series, Syphon, two reservoir problems.
Water hammer in pipes- Rigid and Elastic Water Column Theory. Surge Tanks - (Function,
location and Uses (5)

TERM WORK
a) Measurement of discharge - Calibration of measuring tank, measurement of pressure (
Piezometer,
manometers, Pressure gauges) Use of hook or point gauge.
b) At least SIX experiments from the following.
1) Verification of Bernoulli's Theorem
2) Determination of metacentric heights
3) Plotting of streamlines, flownets
4) Calibration of an orifice / mouthpiece
5) Calibration of venturimeter / orificemeter
6) Study of factors affecting coefficient of friction for pipe flow (at least for two different materials
and two
different diameters)
7) Determination of loss of head due to i) Sudden expansion, ii ) contraction iii) elbow iv) bend
v) globe
Valve etc.
8) Study of Laminar flow
c) Study of Moody's charts, nomograms for pipe design.
d) Simple computer programs.

RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1) Fluid Mechanics – A.K. Jain – Khanna Pub., Delhi
2) Fluid Mechanics – Hydraulic & Hydraulic Mechanics -Modi / seth – Standard Book House,
Delhi
3) Fluid Mechanics – S. Nagrathanam – Khanna Pub., Delhi
4) Fluid Mechanics – Streeter-McGraw-Hill International Book Co., Auckland
5) Elementary Fluid Mechanics – H. Rouse – Toppan C. Ltd. Tokyo
6) Fluid Mechanics – Garde-Mirajgaonkar – Nemchand & Bros., Roorkee
7) Fluid Mechanics – Shames - McGraw-Hill International Book Co., Auckland
8) Fluid Mechanics – Arora

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I

NUMERICAL METHODS

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 2 Hours per week Theory paper: --
Practical: 2 hour per week Term work: 50 marks

Unit – 1
Matrix operations on computer, multiplication and inversion, Gauss elimination method,
Choiesky decomposition method, solution of simultaneous equations, Gauss elimination,
Gauss Jordan and Gauss scidal methods.

Unit – 2
Roots of equation, Newton Remphson method, trial and error method, bisection, method.

Unit – 3
Solution of ordinary differential equation, Euler’s method, modified Euler’s method and
Runga Kutta methods.

Unit – 4
Finite difference method, central forward and backward differences, application to
deflection of determinate beams, buckling load of long columns of constant, non uniform,
stepped variation of moment of inertia.

Unit – 5
Numerical differentiation and integration : Trapezoidal rule, Simpon’s, 1/3rd rule.

Unit – 6
Statistical analysis, mean and standard deviation , least square method, regression
analysis – linear parabolic, curve fitting.

TERM WORK

Termwork shall consist of at least 12 programs with flowcharts, source listing, input and
outputs based on above topic in ‘C’ programming language.
NOTE : All the units described above are to be taught with computer application,
application based on Civil Engineering problems.

References
_ “Numerical methods”, by E. Balaguruswami, Tata Mc. Graw. hill.
_ “Numerical analysis ( Schaum’s series)”, by Scheid F, Tata Mc. Graw hill.
_ “Numerical methods for engineers”, by Chapra. Sc. and R.P.Canale, Tata Mc.
Graw hill.
_ “Computer based numerical analysis”, by Shantha Kumar M., Khanna
publication.
_ “Numerical methods in engineering and science”, by Grewal B.S., Khanna
publication.
_ “Computer oriented numerical methods” by Salaria R.S., Khanna publication.
_ “Numerical methods in ‘C’’, by J.G.Kori., Laxmi publication

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part I
STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-II

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
Tutorial: 1 Hour per week Term work: 25 marks

SECTION-I

Unit 1. (06 Hrs)
Principle stresses and strain for 2-D problems: Normal and shear stresses on inclined
plane, Principal planes and Principle stresses, Principle strains, Mohr's circle method,
principle stresses in beams and thin cylinders.
Unit 2. (06 Hrs)
Combined direct and bending stresses, eccentric load on short columns, kern of a section,
eccentricity of load about both axes of section. Chimney subjected to wind pressure,
simple problems on dams and retaining walls.
Unit 3. (06 Hrs)
Theory of torsion, assumptions, transmission of power, combined bending, torsion and
thrust for solid and hollow shafts, Principle stresses, equivalent torque and equivalent
moment for circular shafts.
Unit 4. (04 Hrs)
Behavior of axially loaded long columns-Effective length, slenderness ratio, crippling
load by Euler's and Rankine's formulae, limitations.

SECTION-II

Unit 5. (08 Hrs)
Slope and deflection of beam: Computation by double integration, Macaulay’s method,
moment area method, conjugate beam method.
Unit:6 (05 Hrs)
Deflection of determinate beams, bents & trusses by strain energy method, Castigliano's theorem.
Unit:7 (03 Hrs)
Theories of elastic failure : Maximum principal stress. Maximum principal strain,
Maximum shear stress theories, Total strain energy and distortion energy theory, causes of failure, fatigue and creep.
Unit:8 (06 Hrs)
Influence line diagrams, Muller-Breslau principle, application to statically determinate
simple &compound beams to determine support reaction, S.F. & B.M at any section, ILD for force in members of determinate truss.

Text Books
“Mechanics of Structure” (Vol. I & II) By Junnarkar S.B. and Advi, Charotar
publication
“Mechanics of Materials” by Gere and Timoshenko, CBS publishers
“ Mechanics of Materials” Vol I & II by Punmia, Jain, Laxmi Publications
“ Strength of Materials” by S Ramamrutham, Dhanapat Rai Publications
“ Strength of Materials” by Bhavikatti S.S., New Age Publications

Reference Books
“Introduction to Mechanics of Solids” by J.B. Popov, Prentice – Hall publication
“Strength of Material” by F. L. Singer and Pytel, Harper and Row publication.
“Mechanics of Material” by Beer and Johnston, Mc Graw Hill publication.

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part II

SURVEYING-II

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 4 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
(4 Hrs Duration)
Practical: 2 hour per week Term work: 25 marks
Practical/Oral: 50 Marks

Section – I

UNIT 1 (10 Hrs)
a) Tacheometry: Significance & Systems, Principle, constants. Basic Formulae and Field
Work Stadia method, Auto reduction Tachometer, Tangential system.
b) EDM: Importance, Principles of Electronic Distance measuring instruments,
Classification of EDM’s based on carrier waves used. Study and use of Total Station.
UNIT 2 (11 Hrs)
a) Triangulation Principle & Classification, system , Selection of station , Base line
Measurement, correction and use of subtense bar, signals, satellite station, reduction to
center, spherical excess, angular observations, trilateration.
b) Triangulation Adjustments: Theory of errors, laws of weights, concept of most
probable value
UNIT 3 (5 Hrs)
Field astronomy: Terms, co-ordinate systems, determination of latitude and true
bearing by observation on the sun and pole star
Section – II
UNIT 4 (10 Hrs)
Curves -
a) Horizontal curves: Elements, Setting out of simple curves by linear and angular
methods. Simple, compound, reverse and transition curves.
Transition Curves- Types, Elements, Length, and concept of ideal transition curve.
b) Vertical curves: Types, Introduction to compound reverse and combined curves.
Methods of setting out.
UNIT 5- Photogrammetry (9 Hrs)
a) Terms, Types, vertical photographs, scale, ground coordinates, relief displacement,
Flight planning Photomaps and Mosaics.
b) Stereoscopy and photo interpretation.
UNIT 6- Remote sensing: (7 Hrs)
a) Introduction, Classification and principles, electromagnetic energy and its interaction
with matter, Idealized systems, sensors, platforms, and application in civil engineering.
b) G.P.S & G.IS. as surveying techniques – Overview, uses and applications
_ Term Work

Field book Practicals
1. Tacheometry
a) Determination of tachometric constants.
b) Determination of grade of a line.
c) Determination of area of a polygon.
2. Use of subtense bar for distance measurement.
3. Setting out of curves
a) Simple circular curves
b) Transition curves
4. Study of topo sheets
5. Observation of aerial photographs under stereoscope
6. Traversing by Total Station.
_ Projects
1) Road project 2) Radial Contouring.

_ Recommended Books
1) Surveying- B.C.Punmia and Jain Vol.1 , 2 & 3 Laxmi Publications New Delhi
2) Surveying and Leveling- T.P.Kanetkar and S.V.Kulkarni Vol.1 & 2 – Vidhyarthi Griha
Prakashan,Pune
3) Advanced Surveying- Agor – Khanna Publications,Delhi.
4) Surveying-Bannister, Raymond and Baker, Pearson Education
5) Surveying-K.L. Arora Vol.1 &2
6) Surveying- Jawaharlal Sharma -Publishers,Delhi
7) Surveying and Levelling- Basak
8) Surveying – S.K.Duggal Vol 1&2-Tata Mcgraw Hill Publications,New Delhi.
9) Advanced Surveying- S.Gopi,R.Satikumar and N.Madhu, Pearson Education
10) Higher Surveying- A.M.Chandra-New Age International Publication.

S.E.(Civil Engineering)Part-II
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

Teaching Schemes: Examination Schemes:
Lectures : 3 hours/week Theory Paper:100 marks
Practical : 2 hours/week Term work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks

SECTION I

Unit 1
Introduction: Definition, Scope and subdivisions, applications of Geology in Civil
Engineering. (01)
Unit 2 (06)
Physical Geology: Major relief features of the Earth, Denudation, Interior of the Earth.
Geological work of river: Normal cycle of erosion, Processes and features of erosion
and deposition, Transportation, Civil Engineering Significance.
Geological work of wind: Processes and features of erosion and deposition,
Transportation, Civil Engineering Significance.
Volcano: Central and Fissure types, Products of volcano.
Mountain: Types, examples.
Unit 3 (09)
Mineralogy and Petrology:
Mineralogy :Definition, Physical properties of mineral, Classification of minerals.
Petrology: Definition, rock cycle.
Igneous rocks: Origin, Textures and Structures, Classification, Concordant and
Disconcordant intrusions,Civil Engineering significance.
Secondary rocks: Formation, Classification.
Residual deposits: Soil, Laterite and Bauxite and their importance.
Sedimentary deposits: Formation, Textures, Classification and Structures, Civil
Engineering significance.
Chemical and organic deposits.
Metamorphic rocks: Agents and Types of Metamorphism, Stress and antistress
minerals, Structures, Products of metamorphism.
Unit 4 (05)
Structural Geology: Outcrop, Strike and Dip, Unconformity-Types, Outliers and Inliers,
Overlap.
Fold and Fault: Parameters, Classification, Causes, Civil Engineering significance.
Joint: Types, Civil Engineering considerations.

SECTION II
Unit 5 (02)
Building Stones: Engineering properties of rocks, Requirement of good building stone,
Building stones of India.
Unit 6 (02)
Grounwater: Sources of groundwater, water table, Zones of groundwater, Porosity and
permeability, Types of Aquifer.
Unit 7 (05)
Earthquake : Introduction, Causes, Seismic waves, Isoseismal lines, Recording of
earthquake, Scale, Effects, Reservoir Induced Seismicity.
Landslides :Types, Causes, Stability of hill slopes, Prevention of Landslides.
Unit 8 (03)
Preliminary Geological Investigations : Steps in geological investigations for project
site, Engineering consideration of structural features.
Exploratory drilling: Observations, Preservation of cores, Core logging, Core recovery,
R.Q.D., Graphical representation of core log, Limitation of exploratory drilling method.
Unit 9 (05)
Geology of Dams and Reservoirs : Preliminary geological survey, Influence of
geological conditions on Location, Alignment, Design and Type of a dam, Suitable and
Unsuitable geological conditions for locating a dam site, Site improvement techniques,
Dams on carbonate rocks, sedimentary rocks, folded strata and deccan traps, Suitable and unsuitable geological conditions for reservoir site.
Unit 10 (04)
Geology of Tunnel and Bridge : Definition, Civil Engineering terms, difficulties during
tunneling, Influence of geological conditions on tunneling, Lining after tunneling,
Geological consideration while choosing tunnel alignment, Tunnel in folded strata,
sedimentary rocks and deccan traps.Dependence of types of bridges on geological
conditions.

PRACTICAL WORK
1. Megascopic study of Rock forming minerals.
2. Megascopic study of Ore forming minerals.
3. Megascopic study of Igneous rocks.
4. Megascopic study of Secondary rocks.
5. Megascopic study of Metamorphic rocks.
6. Study of geological maps.
7. Study of Structural Geological models.
8. Study tour to the places of Engineering Geological importance.

TERM WORK
A Journal containing full record of above practical work shall be examined as Term
work. Practical examination based on above practical course.

REFERENCE BOOKS
1.Engineering and General Geology – By Prabin Singh, S. K. Katariya and sons, Delhi.
2.Principles of Petrology – By G. W. Tyrrell, B.I.Publication Pvt.Ltd.,New Delhi.
3.Principles of Physical Geology – By A. Holmes, ELBS Chapman & Hall,London.
4.Structural Geology – By M. P. Billings, Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd.,New Delhi.
5.A Text Book of Geology – By P. K. Mukerjee ,The World Press Pvt.Ltd., Calcutta.
6.Geology Hand book in Civil Engineering- By R. F. Legget – McGrawHill, New York.
7.Principles of Engineering Geology and Geotechnics- By D. P. Krynine& W. R. Judd,
CBS Publishers & Distributors,New Delhi.
8.Engineering Properties of Rocks – By L. W. Farmer, Champman & Hall, London.
9.Experiments in Engineering Geology – By K. V. G. K. Gokhale & D. M. Rao,TMN,
New-Delhi.
10.A Text Book of Engineering Geology – By R. B. Gupte, Pune Vidyarthi Griha
Prakashan, Pune.
11.Engineering Geology for Civil Engineering – By Dr. D. V. Reddy,Oxfard & IBH
Publishing Co. PVt. Ltd.,New Delhi.
12.Engineering Geology - By B. S. SathyaNarayanswami,Dhanpat Rai& Co.(P)
Ltd, Delhi.
13.Groundwater Hydrology- By Tood D. K., John Wiley & Son, New York.
14.Engineering Geology Laboratory Manual.
15.Rultey’s Elements of Mineralogy – By H. H. Read, CBS Publishers & Distributors,
Delhi.

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part II

BUILDING DESIGN
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 4 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
(4 Hrs Duration)
Drawing: 4 hour per week Term work: 50 marks
Practical Oral: 25 marks

SECTION – I
Planning of Residential Buildings

UNIT-NO.1:- (5 Hrs)
Site Selection criteria.
Principles of Building planning. Significance Sun diagram. Wind Diagram.
HOrientation, Factors affecting, criteria under Indian condition.
UNIT-NO. 2 (10 Hrs)
Building Planning Byelaws & regulations as per SP-7, 1983 National Building code of India
group 1 to 5.
Planning of Residential Building (Bungalows, Row Bungalows, Apartments and Twin
Bungalows) Procedure of Building Permission, significance of commencement, plinth completion
or occupancy certificate.
UNIT-NO.3 (5 Hrs)
Low cost Housing-Materials & Methods (conceptual introduction only)
HMaintenance, Repairs, Rehabilitation of Structures. (conceptual introduction only)

SECTION – II
Building Services

UNIT-No.4:- (8 Hrs)
HPlumbing system, Various Materials for system like PVC, GI, AC, CI, HDPE, and Stoneware.
Various types of traps, Fittings, Chambers, Need of Septic Tank, Concept of Plumbing &
Drainage plan, introduction to rainwater harvesting. HConcept of rain water Gutters. Rainwater
outlet & Down Tank Systems.
HElectrification: - Concealed & Open Wiring, Requirements & Location of various points, Concept
of Earthing.
Fire resistance in building: Fire protection precautions, confining of fire, fire hazards,
Characteristics of fire resisting materials, building materials and their resistance to fire.
UNIT-No.5 (8 Hrs)
Ventilation: - Definition and necessity of Ventilation, functional requirement, various system &
section criteria.
Air conditioning: - Purpose, Classification, Principles, Systems & Various Components of the
same.
Thermal Insulation: - General concept, Principles, Materials, Methods, Computation of Heat loss
& heat gain in Buildings.
Introduction to Acoustics: Absorption of sound, various materials, Sabine’s formula, optimum
reverabaration time, conditions for good acoustics.
HSound Insulation: Acceptable noise levels, Noise prevention at its source,Transmission of noise.
Noise control-general considerations.
UNIT-No.6:- Building Finishes (8 Hrs)
Paints: Different types and application methods.
Varnishes & application methods.
Plastering, Pointing & various techniques.
Tile cladding, skirting, dado work with various materials.
Miscellaneous finishes such as POP, sand blasting techniques, wall paper.

TERM WORK:
1. Imperial size sheet based on actual measurement of existing residential building
consisting of plan, elevation, section passing through staircase. Site plan. Area statement
& brief specifications.
2. Planning & design of residential building (G+1).
3. Full set of drawings for the building planned in 2- (a) Municipal Submission drawing. (b)
Working Drawings:
Foundation / Center Line Drawing.
HFurniture layout plan.
Electrification plan
HWater supply & drainage plan.
4. Project report giving details of following systems
HStair Case
Drainage System
Water Supply System
Water Tank
HSpectic Tank
Design of terrace Drainage System

REFERENCE BOOKS:
Building Drawing – Shah, Kale, Patki (Tata McGraw- Hill)
Building Design and Drawing – Y. S. Sane ( Allied Book Stall, Pune)
SP 7- National Building Code Group 1 to 5- B.I.S. New Delhi
I.S. 962 – 1989 Code for Practice for Architectural and Building Drawings

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part Ii
FLUID MECHANICS-Ii

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hours per week Theory paper: 100 marks
Practical: 2 Hours per week Term work: 25 marks

SECTION- I

Unit-1
a) Uniform flow in open channel :
Introduction, Difference between pipe flow and open channel flow. Types of open channels,
Types of flows in open channel, Geometric elements, Velocity distribution, Measurement of
velocity- ( Pitot lube, current meter)
b) Steady & Uniform Flow :
Chezy's & Manning's formula, Roughosity coefficient, Uniform Flow computations, Hydraulically
efficient section ( Rectangular, Triangular, Trapezoidal )
c) Depth energy relationship in open channel flow :
Specific energy ( definition & diagram, Critical, Sub-critical, Super-critical flow), Specific force, Specific
discharge- (definition & diagram ) (6)
Unit -2
Gradually varied flow ( G.V.F.) :
Definition, Classification of channel Slopes, Dynamic equation of G.V.F.( Assumption and
derivation), Classification of G.V.F. profiles-examples, Direct step method of Computation of
G.V.F. profiles (5)
Unit -3
Rapidly varied flow (R.V.F.) :
Definition, examples, Hydraulic jump- Phenomenon, relation of conjugate depths, Parameters,
Uses, Types
of Hydraulic jump. Hydraulic jump as an energy dissipater (4)
Unit -4
Notches & Weirs : Types, derivation of discharge equation, Velocity due to approach, Francis
formula, Calibration of notch, errors in measurement.
Weir & Spillway : Sharp, broad & round crested weirs, calibration of weir, time of emptying
tank with weir, Profile of Ogee spillway, Flow below gates. (5)

SECTION-Il

Unit-5
Impact of jet : .
Impulse momentum principle, Impact of jet on Vanes-flat, curved (stationary and,
moving), Inlet & outlet velocity triangles, Series of flat, curved vanes mounted on wheel. (5)
Unit-6
Hydraulic turbines :
Importance of hydro-power, Classification of turbines, description, Typical dimensions and
working principle of Pelton, Francis & Kaplan turbine (Detailed design need not to be dealt
with), Unit quantities, Specific speed, Performance Characteristics, Selection of type of
turbine, description & function of Draft tube, Thoma’s cavitation number. (5)
Uni t -7
Centrifugal pump :
Classification, Component parts, Working of centrifugal pump, Performance
Characteristics, Selection of pump, Common pump troubles & remedies, Introduction to
different types of pumps such as reciprocating, multi-stage, Jet, Air lift, Submersible
pump. (4)
Uni t -8
Boundary layer theory :
Concept, Boundary layer along thin plate- Characteristics, Laminar, Turbulent Boundary Layer,
laminar sub layer, Various Thicknesses- Nominal, displacement, Momentum, Energy.
Hydraulically smooth and Rough boundaries, Separation of Boundary layer, control of Separation,
Introduction to Drag and Lift on submerged bodies ( like Flat plates, Sphere, Cylinder, aerofoil ),
stokes law,
Drag and Lift coefficients. (6)

TERM WORK

A) Any four of the following :
1) Study of specific energy diagram for different discharges.
2) Calibration of V notch / Rectangular notch.
3) Calibration of sharp crested suppressed weir and plotting of upper / lower nappe
4) Calibration of Ogee Weir.
5) Study of hydraulic jump
a) Verification of sequent depths,
b) Determination of loss in jump.
c) Plotting the following parameters with respect to Froud number i) Y2/Y1 ii) Length iii) Energy loss
6) Study of flow over broad crested weir.
7) Study of flow below gates – Discharge v/s head relation, Equation of flow, Determination of
contraction in fluid in downstream of gate.
8) Velocity distribution in open channel in transverse direction of flow

B) i) Impact of jet
ii) Study of Turbines ( Demonstration )
iii) Test on centrifugal pump
iv) Study of charts for selection of pumps

RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1) Fluid Mechanics – A.K. Jain – Khanna Pub., Delhi
2) Fluid Mechanics – K. L. Kumar – Eurasia Publication House, Delhi
3) Fluid Mechanics – Streeter-McGraw-Hill International Book Co., Auckland
4) Open Channel flow – Rangaraju – Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co., Delhi
5) Fluid Mechanics – K. Subramanyam – Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co., Delhi
6) Fluid Mechanics – Hydraulic & Hydraulic Mechanics -Modi / seth – Standard Book House, Delhi
7) Flow in open channel – V. T. Chaw - McGraw-Hill International Book Co., Auckland
8) Flow in open channel - K. Subramanyam – Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co., Delhi

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
S.E. (Civil) -Part II
COMPUTER AIDED DRAWING

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: -- Theory paper: --
Practical: 2 hours per week Term work: 25 marks

Assignment No. 1
H Sudy of Auto CAD Commands
Assignment No. 2
Preparation of 2D AutoCAD drawing of Project prepared in the term work of
subject Building Design.
Assignment No. 3
Preparation of ANY one of the working drawings of Project prepared in the
termwork of subject Building Design.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
AutoCAD – David Frey ( BPB Sybex Publications)
AutoCAD – George Omura

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