Analysis of fixed and continues beams by theorem of three moments effect of sinking of support . Unit - II
Analysis of continues beam and simple portals (Non way) using Moment
Distribution methods. Unit - III
Rolling loads on simply supported beams with concentrated and uniformly distributed loads, maximum, B.M. and S.F. Unit – IV
Strain energy method as applied to the analysis of redundant frames and redundant trusses up to two oegrees . Determination of deflection of trusses . willot Mohr diagram . Casting lanos theorems, Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem . Battis theorem. Unit – V
Bucking of columns and beams columns , Euler’s and Rankings formula.
Analysis of Two- Hinged arches . S.F.and normal thrust , parabolic arches Unit –VI
Slope deflection method as applied to indeterminate beams & continuous beams portal frames , frame with inclined legs up to 3 degrees of freedom. References :
Theory of structures S.P. Timoshenko .
4CEO2- Building CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS
Unit – I
Necessity and types of foundations. Details shallows foundations, Bearing Capacity of soils and its assessments . Preumptive bearing capacity values from codes. Loads on foundations , Causes of failures of foundations and remedial measures . foundation on black cotton soils Setting out foundation trenches , excavation timbering of foundation trenches . Load bearing and framed structures. Unit – II
Brick Work :
Qualities of good bricks , Classification of brick tests on brick as per as codes. Terms used in brickwork , commonly used types of bonds in brickwork such as header , stretcher . Onglish and flamish bonds, principles of constructions.Reinforced brickwork , brick knogging Parapets , Coppings , sills and corbels , brief introduction to cavity walls , load bearing and partition walls. Masonry construction using cement concrete blocks and clay blocks. Precast construction : introduction to method and materials. Precast elements likes poles , cover, Jallies, step corbets. Truss elements etc. Unit – III
Stone Work :
Stones , Cuttings, & Working, sullections of stones types of stone machinery , Principles of constructions joints in machinery . Lifting Heavy stones, common building stone in india.
Arches and lentils :
Terminology in contraction , types chajjas and canopies, pre cast Lintels & archis.
Damp Profing :
Causes and effect of dampness . Various methods of damp proofing . Damp proofing in plinth protection , New technology of Damp Proofing in plinth protection . New Techniques of Damp Proofing , Epoxy etc. Unit – IV
Floor and roofs :
General principles , types and method of construction upper floor finisheem quality and testing floor tiles., synthetic & Cremic Tiles.
Flat and pitches roofs, coverings, types and their constructional futures . Thermal Insulation. Unit – V
Types of stairs , functional design of stairs.
Doors and Windows :
Purpose materials of construction and types. Unit –VI
Plastering and pointing :
Necessity , types and methods
Temporary Timbering :
Centering and farm work shoring, underpinning and scaffolding.
White washing , color washing and distempering new materials & Technology
4CE03 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – I
Unit – I
Introduction , Importance and necessary of water supply scheme .
Water Demand : Types of demand , empirical formula, factors after per capita demand , Variation in demand , Design Period and pollution forecasting methods and examples.
Source of water rain water , Group water springs, infiltration galleries . Dug wells , Surface Water Stream , lake, River. Impounding reservoirs, ponds.
Intake structures : Location type river , Lake , Canal reservoir etc.
Unit – II
Conveyance of water : Types of pipes joints, fittings.
Hydraulic design aspects : Friction Manning, Has back and problem .
Rising main pump : Classification working merits and demerits selections of pump.
Unit – III
8. Water quality : General idea of water borne diseases, Physical, Chemical
& bacteriological characteristic of water , Standards of Drinking Water.
9. Water treatment : Objective of treatment unit operation and processes ,
treatment flow sheet of conventional water treatment plant.
10.Areation: Purpose, types of aerators.
11. Coagulation and Flocculation : Definition , Principles , Types of coagulants
and reactions, coagulant doses , Type of Maxing and flocculation devices.
Unit – IV
Sedimentation : Principles , types of setting basin , inlet and outlet
13.Clariflocculators : Principles and operations.
14 Filtration : Mechanism & filtration , types of filters- RSF, SSF, Pressure filters ,
elements of filters UDS, operation and design aspect filter sand specification –
ES , UC, Operational problems in filtration.
Unit – V
15.Desinfection : purpose mechanism, criteria for good disinfectant various
Disinfectants , their characteristics , disinfection by chlorination different
from of chlorine
16.Destributin system : Requirement for a good distribution system , methods of distribution system and lay outs of DS, appurtenance in water distribution system.
17.Storage reservoirs for treated water : Types , Capacity of reservoir , mass
Unit – VI
18. Municipal solid waste management : Generation sources , composition
, Quality , Methods of Collection, Transportation, treatment and disposal
. Recycle , Reuse.
Examples on simple hydraulic design of pipes, estimation of population and
water quality , plain sedimentation tanks, cascade aerators, filters, pumps dose
PRACTICAL ANY TEN
Determination of Ph
Determination of Conductivity.
Determination of Chlorides.
Determination of Solids
Determination of Turbidity.
Determination of Alkalinity – Acidity.
Determination of Dissolved Oxygen.
Determination of Hardness.
Determination of Available Chlorine.
Determination of Residual Chloride .
Bacteriological flat count and MPN tests.
II Only Demonstration of COD, BOD.
Water supply and sanitary Engineering by B.C.Punmia / Birdie.
1. Main Constituent of cement Hydration of cement, water required , physical properties and testing of cement. Effect of fineness , Initial final and falls setting of cement, Soundness test, hardening and compressive strength , Grades and different types of cement . Ordinary Portland cement , Rapid Hardening Cement , G.G. Blast furnace slag cement Low heat Portland cement , Portland pozoland cement , Portland flyash cement . Sulphate resisting cement.
2.Aggregates : Sources of Aggregates , classificatory and nomenclature , coarse and fine aggregate, normal weight (light and heavy weight aggregates) . Aggregate chararictristics and their significance in strength , workability , placement and compatation of concrete. Sampling , particle Shape and texture , bond of aggregate , size and grading of aggregate strength of aggregates. Mechanical properties and test specific gravity , bulk density , porosity absorption of aggregates, moisture contain of aggregate, bulking of sand abrasion test , impact value. Deleterious substance in aggregates , organic impurities clave and other fine material etc.
Soundness of aggregate, Crushed sand . Alkali aggregates reaction,
introduction of IS : 383 Water – Water quality for mixing and curing,
acceptable water, pH value , Sea water chloride content. Provisions in IS
3. Fresh concrete : Batching, Mechanical mixture , automatic batching and mixing plants. Efficiency of mixing. Workability Measurement – Slump cone Test, compacting factor test , flow table , Vee- Bee consistometer . Factor affecting workability , setting time. Significance of w/c ratio. Segregation , bleeding , voids permeability , Hot whether concreting, converyence of concrete , Flacing of concrete . Compaction vibrators . curing of concrete significance , methods of curing , temperature effect on curing & strength gain , IS code or curing Maturity of concrete , Framework for concrete- IS code. Unit –III
4.Strength of concrete gain of strength , w-c ratio. Factor affecting compressive strength w-c ratio . type of cement , air entertainment aggregate , mixing water , admixture, curing conditions. Tensile and flexural strength , Relation between compressive and tensile strength , Failure mode in concrete cracking in compression. Impact strength fatigue strength . Shear strength , bond between concrete & reinforcement . Modulus of elasticity , Polson’s ratio.
5.Testing of hardness concrete . Compression test – cube strength and cylinder strength, their relation , effect of aspect ratio on strength . Flexural strength of concrete . Determination of tensile strength. Indirect tensile test . Splitting test. Abrasion resistance . Accelerated test.
Cube test of concrete , Acceletated test, Flexural Strength, Split tension Test.
Rebound hammer test , Ultrasonic Pulse velocity test.
Field permeability test.
Test for pH of concrete or for carbonation.
Test of Structure by cover meter.
4CE05 SURVEYING – I
UNIT - I: Chain end Compass Traversing (8)
a) Chain Traversing: Classification, Principle of Survey, Chain and tape survey, errors corrections, obstacles in chaining, cross staff survey, construction,use and testing of optical square, line ranger.
b) Compass Traversing: Prismatic and Surveyor's Compass, true and magnetic bearing, local attraction dip and magnetic inclination, compass traversing adjustment of traverse. UNIT - II: Leveling and Contouring (8)
a) LEVELLING different types of Levels, Study of Dumpy Level,temporary adjustment, principle of levelling, reduction of levels, classification of levelling,Profile Levelling, Longitudinal Section And Cross Sections, Reciprocal Levelling Corrections for Curvature and Refraction , distance to the visible horizon. (6)
b)Contouring :Definition, characteristics , users, methods of locating contours, interpretation of contours. (2) UNIT - III Adjustment of Dumpy Level & Trignometrical Levelling
a) Adjustment of Dumpy Level: principle axes of Dumpy level, relationship, testing and adjustment of bubble axis and line of collimation, sensitivity of bubble tube. (5)
b) Trignometrical Levelling: Indirect levelling, elevation of point withbase of an object accessible and inaccessible. (3) UNIT – IV THEODOLITE TRAVERSING : (10)
a)Theodo1ite : Introduction, Type of Theodolite ; Temporary adjustment, Principle Axes and relationship , permanent adjustment, Measurement of Horizontal & vertical angles,, Magnetic Bearings, prolonging a line, lining in. (7)
b) Traverse Computation : Consecutive and independent coordinates, adjustment of closed traverse, Gale * 0 traverse table, area calculation by coordinates, (3) UNIT V Plane Table Surveying & Computation of Area & Volume (8)
a) Plane Table Surveying: Equipments, Advantages and Disadvantages, Orientation, methods of plane tabling, two point and three point problems in plane tabling. (4)
b) Computation of area and volume: Trapezoidal and Simpsons Rule, Planimeter, use theory, zero circle. (4)
UNIT VI Hydrographic Surveying, Underground Surveying and Surveying Equipments.: (8)
a) Hydrographic Surveying; Shore Line Survey, River Survey, Soundings, equipments, methods of locating soundings, three point problems. (4)
b) Underground Surveying: Correlation of underground and surface survey, transferring the levels underground. (2)
c) Surveying Equipments : Box Sextant, Abney Level, Optical Thoedolite. (2)
LIST OF PRACTICAL : (Minimum 15 practical should be performed out of the following :
1.Measurement of distance by ranging and chaining.
2. Locating various objects by chain & cross staff survey.
3.Determination of area of given polygon by chain and cross staff survey.
4.Measurement of bearings of sides of traverse with prismatic compass and computation of correct included angles.
5. Locating given building by chain and compass traversing (One full size drawing sheet)
6.Determination of elevation of various points with dumpy level by collimation plane method and rise & fall Method.
7.Fixing bench mark with respect to temporary bench mark with dumpy level by fly levelling and check levelling.
8L- Section and cross section of road(0ne full sise drawing sheet each for L-section and cross section)
9.Measurement of horizontal angles theodolite by method of repetition
10.Measurement of vertical angles with theodolite. HDetermination of horizontal distance between two inaccessible point with thoedolite.
12. Locating given building by theodolite traversing (One full size drawing sheet) :-
13.Locating given building by plane table traversing (One full sise drawing sheet)
14. Three point probleqa in plane table surveying.
15.Determination of elevation of point by trignometric levelling.
16.Contour plan of given area(0ne full size drawing sheet)
17 Study of Planimeter
18. Determination of area of a irrergular figure by using planimeter
19 Study of Box Sextant* Abney Level, Optical Theodolite
20.To give Layout for given plan of building. Reference Books:
1.Surveying and Levelling By Kanitkar and Kulkarni(Vol.I)
2.Surveying and Levelling- By Dr.B.C.Punmia(Vol. I & II)
4CE06 Hydraulogy and Water Resources.:
1..Introduction : Hydrology , Definition, Engineering Hydrology, and its importance development of Hydrology and allieao Sciences , Hydrological cycle, Hydrological Equation and brief description and its component. The earth and its atmosphere . Importance of temperature . Humidity and wind in Hydrological Studies.
2. Precipitation : Definition and capitation.
Artificial rains , type or precipitation , orthographic , conventional and cyclonic , Factors affecting precipitation with references to physiographic divisions of India.
Gauges selection of site Density and adequacy of rain gauge station. Optimum number of rain gauge , Reader measurement of rain fall, mass curves, Supplementary rainfall data missing records , intensity – Duration – Frequency and Deoth – Area – Duration Analysis.
Infiltration : Definition , Mechanism, Factors affecting infiltration , Infiltration indices , measurement application on problems.
Evaporation and Transportation : Defination , Mechanism ,Factors affecting evaporation , Evaporation Estimation by pans, Water energy budget energy budget and empirical farmula , Control of evaporation , Transportation , Factors Affecting , Ics measurement and control . Evaporation and its measurement .
Run Off : Source and component of run – off .Classification of streams. Factors affecting the run off process. Estimation Methods Measurement of discharge of a stream by area – slope and Area- velocity methods.
6.Hydrographices : Flood Hydrographices Definition , Typical flood , Hydrograph and its componumts . Bass
7. Statistical Methods : Statistic in hydrological analysis, probability and
probability distributions, average measures of desperation , co-relation .
analysis of time series , frequency analysis.
Floods : causes and effects , factors affecting peak flows and estimation of peak flows, Low flow, Basin flood, Flood rounding and flood forecasting Economic planning for flood control.
Geohydrology : Introduction , Occurrence and distribution of Groundwater, water table and water table maps, aquifer, aquiclude, aquied and aquifuge. Groundwater exploration , electrical resistivity method, confined and Unconfined aquifers , Porosity, Permability , Specific Yield , Specific retention, Percy’s law . Introduction to Hydraulics of Wells, Open walls safe , Yield test.
Ground water quality , Geomorphic and geological control on groundwater storage and movement . Groundwater provices of India.
Groundwater recharge : Concepts of Recharge selection of recharge sites ,
Recharging methods, spreading method, induced recharged method,
recharge well method Sub- surface dams. Waste water recharged , Recharge
by urben storm on – off . Recharge rough rain water harvesting .
12.Project planning for water resources : Multipurpose projects their basin water
transfer and inter state river disputes. Water sources planning through
planning through watershed management . Economic Planning for domestic
and industrial water supply.
4ST07 / 4CE07 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING.
Minimum 4 drawing for submission be prepared , based on building plans or Civil Engineering work.
Specifying distances and coordinators , Polar coordinates , relative Caresian coordinates, Interpreting cursor modes and understanding prompts, choosing command options, selecting objects, editing with grips.
Setting up work area , Measurement system , scale factors modes as drafting tools.
Symbols, Blocks Layers , Templates , Copying objects, editing lines , changing length of objects. Geometric constructions- Lines and points parallel lines peroendicular lines, breaking lines, dividing lines, fillets, chambers, circles, tangent, arcs, curves through points , breaking polylines , similar shapes, arrays of lines or circles , Polygons, solid shape ellipse.
Hatch patterns boundary. Adding text , Text formatting style size of text and scale of drawing Dimension style , Unit height, location, arrow style.
Pollylines , Editing, creating spine curve, dividing in segments, Filling in solid areas.
Printing & plooting drawing output devices paper size orientation, control on scale and location.
Reference book- Mastering Auto cad 14, George Omura , BPB Publication , New Delhi.