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Bachelor of Technology (CIVIL Engineering), KUK

SCHEME OF STUDIES/EXAMINATIONS (Modified)

 (Semester -IV)Credit-Based(w.e.f. 2019-20)

 

S. Course No./ Subject L:T:P Hours/ Credits Examination Schedule (Marks) Duration
No. Code Week of exam
Major Minor Test Practical Total
(Hours)
Test
1 HM-252A Civil Engineering – Societal & Global Impact 2:0:0 2 2 75 25 0 100 3
2 ES-205A Engineering Mechanics 3:0:0 3 3 75 25 0 100 3
3 CE-202A Structural Analysis-I 3:1:0 4 4 75 25 0 100 3
4 CE-204A Design of Steel Structure-I 4:0:0 4 4 75 25 0 100 3
5 CE-206A Soil Mechanics 3:0:0 3 3 75 25 0 100 3
6 CE-208A Hydraulic Engineering 3:0:0 3 3 75 25 0 100 3
7 CE-212LA Structural Analysis-I Lab 0:0:2 2 1 40 60 100 3
8 CE-216LA Soil Mechanics Lab 0:0:2 2 1 40 60 100 3
9 CE-218LA Hydraulic Engineering Lab 0:0:2 2 1 40 60 100 3
Total 18:1:6 25 22 450 270 180 900

 

 

B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
HM252A Civil Engineering- Societial & Global Impact
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major

Test

Minor

Test

Total Time

(Hrs.)

2 0 0 2 75 25 100 3

 

UNIT-I

Introduction to Course and Overview; Understanding the past to look into the future: Pre-industrial revolution days, Agricultural revolution, first and second industrial revolutions, IT revolution; Recent major Civil Engineering breakthroughs and innovations; Present day world and future projections, Ecosystems in Society and in Nature; the steady erosion in Sustainability; Global warming, its impact and possible causes; Evaluating future requirements for various resources; GIS and applications for monitoring systems; Human Development Index and Ecological Footprint of India Vs other countries and analysis.

UNIT-II

Understanding the importance of Civil Engineering in shaping and impacting the world:- The ancient and modern Marvels and Wonders in the field of Civil Engineering; Future Vision for Civil Engineering

Infrastructure :- Habitats, Megacities, Smart Cities, futuristic visions; Transportation (Roads, Railways & Metros, Airports, Seaports, River ways, Sea canals, Tunnels (below ground, under water); Futuristic systems (ex, Hyper Loop)); Energy generation (Hydro, Solar (Photovoltaic, Solar Chimney), Wind, Wave, Tidal, Geothermal, Thermal energy); Water provisioning; Telecommunication needs (towers, above-ground and underground cabling); Awareness of various Codes & Standards governing Infrastructure development; Innovations and methodologies for ensuring Sustainability;

UNIT-III

Environment,Traditional & futuristic methods:- Solid waste management, Water purification, Wastewater treatment & Recycling, Hazardous waste treatment; Flood control (Dams, Canals, River interlinking), Multi-purpose water projects, Atmospheric pollution; Global warming phenomena and Pollution Mitigation measures, Stationarity and nonstationarity; Environmental Metrics & Monitoring; Other Sustainability measures; Innovations and methodologies for ensuring Sustainability.

Built environment: – Facilities management, Climate control; Energy efficient built environments and LEED ratings, Recycling, Temperature/ Sound control in built environment, Security systems; Intelligent/ Smart Buildings; Aesthetics of built environment, Role of Urban Arts Commissions; Conservation, Repairs & Rehabilitation of Structures & Heritage structures; Innovations and methodologies for ensuring Sustainability

UNIT-IV

Civil Engineering Projects – Environmental Impact Analysis procedures; Waste (materials, manpower, equipment) avoidance/ Efficiency increase; Advanced construction techniques for better sustainability; Techniques for reduction of Green House Gas emissions in various aspects of Civil Engineering Projects; New Project Management paradigms & Systems (Ex. Lean Construction), contribution of Civil Engineering to GDP, Contribution to employment(projects, facilities management), Quality of products, Health & Safety aspects for stakeholders; Innovations and methodologies for ensuring Sustainability during Project developmen.

Text/Reference Books:

  1. Žiga Turk (2014), Global Challenges and the Role of Civil Engineering, Chapter 3 in: Fischinger M. (eds) Performance-Based Seismic Engineering: Vision for an Earthquake Resilient Society. Geotechnical, Geological and Earthquake Engineering, Vol. 32. Springer, Dordrecht
  2. Brito, Ciampi, Vasconcelos, Amarol, Barros (2013) Engineering impacting Social, Economical and Working Environment, 120th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  3. NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering (2006), Engineering for the Developing World, The Bridge, Vol 34, No.2, Summer 2004.
  4. Allen M. (2008) Cleansing the city. Ohio University Press. Athens Ohio.
  5. Ashley R., Stovin V., Moore S., Hurley L., Lewis L., Saul A. (2010). London Tideway Tunnels Programme – Thames Tunnel Project Needs Report – Potential source control and SUDS applications: Land use and retrofit options
  6. http://www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk/consultation-documents.aspx

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B. Tech (4thSemester) Civil Engineering
ES-205A Engineering Mechanics
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time

(Hrs)

3 0 0 3 75 25 100 3

UNIT-I

Introduction to Engineering Mechanics Force Systems Basic concepts, Particle equilibrium in 2-D & 3-D; Rigid Body equilibrium; System of Forces, Coplanar Concurrent Forces, Components in Space – Resultant- Moment of Forces and its Application; Couples and Resultant of Force System, Equilibrium of System of Forces, Free body diagrams, Equations of Equilibrium of Coplanar Systems and Spatial Systems; Static In-determinancy.

Friction:- Types of friction, Limiting friction, Laws of Friction, Static and Dynamic Friction; Motion of Bodies, wedge friction, screw jack & differential screw jack.

 

UNIT-II

Basic Structural Analysis:- Equilibrium in three dimensions; Method of Sections; Method of Joints; How to determine if a member is in tension or compression; Simple Trusses; Zero force members; Beams & types of beams; Frames & Machines;

Centroid and Centre of Gravity:- Centroid of simple figures from first principle, centroid of composite sections; Centre of Gravity and its implications; Area moment of inertia- Definition, Moment of inertia of plane sections from first principles, Theorems of moment of inertia, Moment of inertia of standard sections and composite sections; Mass moment inertia of circular plate, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Hook.

UNIT-III

Virtual Work and Energy Method- Virtual displacements, principle of virtual work for particle and ideal system of rigid bodies, degrees of freedom. Active force diagram, systems with friction, mechanical efficiency. Conservative forces and potential energy (elastic and gravitational), energy equation for equilibrium.Applications of energy method for equilibrium.Stability of equilibrium.

Review of particle dynamics- Rectilinear motion; Plane curvilinear motion (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). 3-D curvilinear motion; Relative and constrained motion; Newton’s 2nd law (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). Work-kinetic energy, power, potential energy.Impulse momentum (linear, angular); Impact (Direct and oblique).

UNIT-IV

Introduction to Kinetics of Rigid Bodies:- Basic terms, general principles in dynamics; Types of motion, Instantaneous centre of rotation in plane motion and simple problems; D’Alembert’s principle and its applications in plane motion and connected bodies; Work energy principle and its application in plane motion of connected bodies; Kinetics of rigid body rotation.

Text/Reference Books:

1.A.K. Dhiman, P. Dhiman & D.C.Dhiman (2015), Engineering Mechanics, McGeraw Hill Education(India) Private Limited, Chennai.

  1. F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston (2011), Vector Mechanics for Engineers, Vol I – Statics,

Vol II, – Dynamics, 9th Ed, Tata McGraw Hill

  1. R. C. Hibbler (2006), Engineering Mechanics: Principles of Statics and Dynamics,

Pearson Press.

  1. Andy Ruina and Rudra Pratap (2011), Introduction to Statics and Dynamics, Oxford

University Press

  1. Shanes and Rao (2006), Engineering Mechanics, Pearson Education,
  2. Hibler and Gupta (2010),Engineering Mechanics (Statics, Dynamics) by Pearson

Education

  1. Reddy Vijaykumar K. and K. Suresh Kumar(2010), Singer’s Engineering Mechanics
  2. Bansal R.K.(2010), A Text Book of Engineering Mechanics, Laxmi Publications
  3. Khurmi R.S. (2010), Engineering Mechanics, S. Chand & Co.
  4. Tayal A.K. (2010), Engineering Mechanics, Umesh Publications

 

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  B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-204A Design of Steel Structure-I
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time(Hrs)
3 1 0 4 75 25 100 3

UNIT-I

Introduction:

Loads, structural steels and their specifications, structural elements, steel vs. concrete and timber, design specifications as per IS: 800, structural layout, strength and stiffness considerations, efficiency of cross-section, safety and serviceability considerations.

Riveted/Bolted Connections:

Riveting and bolting, their types, failure of riveted joint, efficiency of a joint, design of riveted joint, concentric riveted joints, advantages and disadvantages of bolted connections, stresses in bolts.

Welded Connections:

Types of welded joints, design of welded joint subjected to axial loads, welded joints subjected to eccentric loads, simple, semi-rigid and rigid connections.

Design of Tension Members:

Introduction, types of tension members, net sectional areas, design of tension members, lug angles and splices.

UNIT-II

Design of Compression Members:

Introduction, effective length and slenderness ratio, various types of sections used for columns, built up columns, necessity, design of built up columns, laced and battened columns including the design of lacing and battens, design of eccentrically loaded compression members.

Column Bases and Footings:

Introduction, types of column bases, design of slab base and gussested base, design of gussested base subjected to eccentrically loading, design of grillage foundations.

UNIT-III

Design of Beams:

Introduction, types of sections, general design criteria for beams, design of laterally supported and unsupported beams, design of built up beams, web buckling, web crippling and diagonal buckling.

UNIT-IV

Gantry Girders:

Introduction, various loads, specifications, design of gantry girder.

Plate Girder:

Introduction, elements of plate girder, design steps of a plate girder, necessity of stiffeners in plate girder, various types of stiffeners, web and flange splices (brief introduction), Curtailment of flange plates, design beam to column connections: Introduction, design of framed and seat connection.

DRAWINGS (For Practice Purpose only)

  1. Structural drawings of various types of welded connections (simple and eccentric)
  2. Beam to column connections (framed & seat connections)
  3. Column bases- slab base, gusseted base and grillage foundation.
  4. Plate girder.
  5. Roof truss.

Text Books

1) Design of steel structures, S.K.Duggal, TMH Pub., New Delhi

2) Design of steel structures, Dr.B.C.Punmia, Luxmi Publication

3) Design of steel structures-I, Dr. Ram Chandra, Scientific Publisher, Jodhpur

Reference Books

1) Design of steel structures, A.S.Arya & J.L.Ajmani, Nem chand & Bros., Roorkee.

2) Design of steel structures, M.Raghupati, TMH Pub., New Delhi.

3) Design of steel structures, S.M.A.Kazmi & S.K.Jindal, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.

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B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-202A Structural Analysis-I
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time
3 1 0 4 75 25 100 3

UNIT-I

Statically Indeterminate Structures:

Introduction, Static and Kinematic Indeterminacies, Castigliano’s theorems, Strain energy method, Analysis of frames with one or two redundant members using Castigliano’s 2nd theorem.

 UNIT-II

Slope deflection and moment Distribution Methods:

Analysis of continuous beams & portal frames, Portal frames with inclined members.

UNIT-III

Column Analogy Method:

Elastic centre, Properties of analogous column, Applications to beam & frames.

Analysis of Two hinged Arches:

Parabolic and circular Arches, Bending Moment Diagram for various loadings, Temperature effects, Rib shortening, Axial thrust and Radial Shear force diagrams.

UNIT-IV

Unsymmetrical Bending

Introduction Centroidal principal axes of sections, Bending stresses in beam subjected to unsymmetrical bending, shear centre, shear centre for channel, Angles and Z sections.

Cable and suspension Bridges:

Introduction, uniformly loaded cables, Temperature stresses, three hinged stiffening Girder and two hinged stiffening Girder.

Text Books

4) Structural Analysis-II, Bhavikatti S.S.,Vikas Pub.House, N.Delhi.

5) Theory of Structures, S.Ramamrutham, DPR publishing Company

6) Theory of Structures, B.C.Punmia, Luxmi Publication

Reference Books

1) Statically Indeterminate Structures, C.K. Wang, McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.

2) Advanced Structural Analysis, A.K. Jain, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee.

3) Indeterminate Structures, R.L. Jindal, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi.

4) Theory of Structures, Vol. I, S.P. Gupta & G.S.Pandit, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

 

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  B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-206A Soil Mechanics
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time(Hrs)
3 0 0 3 25 75 100 3

UNIT-I

Soil Formation and Composition

Introduction, soil and rock, Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, origin of soils, weathering, soil formation, major soil deposits of India, particle size, particle shape, interparticle forces, soil structure, principal clay minerals.

Basic Soil Properties

Introduction, three phase system, weight-volume relationships, soil grain properties, soil aggregate properties, grain size analysis, sieve analysis, sedimentation analysis, grain size distribution curves, consistency of soils, consistency limits and their determination, activity of clays, relative density of sands.

Classification of soils

Purpose of classification, classification on the basis of grain size, classification on the basis of plasticity, plasticity chart, Indian Standard Classification System.

Permeability of Soils

Introduction, Darcy’s law and its validity, discharge velocity and seepage velocity, factors affecting permeability, laboratory determination of coefficient of permeability, determination of field permeability, permeability of stratified deposits.

UNIT-II

Effective Stress Concept

Principle of effective stress, effective stress under hydrostatic conditions, capillary rise in soils, effective stress in the zone of capillary rise, effective stress under steady state hydro-dynamic conditions, seepage force, quick condition, critical hydraulic gradient, two dimensional flow, Laplace’s equation, properties and utilities of flownet, graphical method of construction of flownets, piping, protective filter.

Compaction

Introduction, role of moisture and compactive effect in compaction, laboratory determination of optimum moisture content, moisture density relationship, compaction in field, compaction of cohesionless soils, moderately cohesive soils and clays, field control of compaction.

UNIT-III

Vertical Stress below Applied Loads

Introduction, Boussinesq’s equation, vertical stress distribution diagrams, vertical stress beneath loaded areas, Newmark’s influence chart, approximate stress distribution methods for loaded areas, Westergaard’s analysis, contact pressure.

Compressibility and Consolidation

Introduction, components of total settlement, consolidation process, one-dimensional consolidation test, typical void ratiopressure relationships for sands and clays, normally consolidated and over consolidated clays, Casagrande’s graphical method of estimating pre-consolidation pressure, Terzaghi’s theory of one-dimensional primary consolidation, determination of coefficients of consolidation, consolidation settlement, Construction period settlement, secondary consolidation.

UNIT-IV

Shear Strength

Introduction, Mohr stress circle, Mohr-Coulomb failure-criterion, relationship between principal stresses at failure, shear tests, direct shear test, unconfined compression test, triaxial compression tests, drainage conditions and strength parameters, Vane shear test, shear strength characteristics of sands, normally consolidated clays, over-consolidated clays and partially saturated soils, sensitivity and thixotropy.

Earth Pressure

Introduction, earth pressure at rest, Rankine’s active & passive states of plastic equilibrium, Rankine’s earth pressure theory Coulomb’s earth pressure theory, Culmann’s graphical construction, Rebhann’s construction.

Text Books

  1. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering by Dr. K.R.Arora
  2. Soil Mechanics and Foundations, Dr.B.C.Punmia, Luxmi Publication
  3. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan, ASR Rao, New Age International(P)Ltd. Pub.N.Delhi

Reference Books

  1. Soil Engg. in Theory and Practice, Vol .I, Fundamentals and General Principles by Alam Singh, CBS Pub.,N.Delhi.
  2. Engg.Properties of Soils by S.K.Gulati, Tata-Mcgraw Hill N Delhi.
  3. Geotechnical Engg. by P.Purshotam Raj,Tata Mcgraw Hill.
  4. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering by B.M.Das, PWS KENT, Boston.

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B. Tech (4th  Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-208A Hydraulic Engineering  
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time

(Hrs)

3 0 0 3 75 25 100 3

 

UNIT-I

Laminar Flow:

Navier Stoke’s equation, Laminar flow between parallel plates, Couette flow, laminar flow through pipes-Hagen Poiseuille law, laminar flow around a sphere-Stokes’law.

Flow through pipes:

Types of flows-Reynold’s experiment, shear stress on turbulent flow, boundary layer in pipes-Establishment of flow, velocity distribution for turbulent flow in smooth and rough pipes, resistance to flow of fluid in smooth and rough pipes, Stanton and Moody’s diagram. Darcy’s weisbach equation, other energy losses in pipes, loss due to sudden expansion, hydraulic gradient and total energy lines, pipes in series and in parallel, equivalent pipe, branched pipe, pipe networks, Hardy Cross method, water hammer.

UNIT-II

Drag and Lift:

Types of drag, drag on a sphere, flat plate, cylinder and airfoil, development of lift on immersed bodies like circular cylinder and airfoil.

Open Channel Flow:

Type of flow in open channels, geometric parameters of channel section, uniform flow, most economical section (rectangular and trapezoidal), specific energy and critical depth, momentum in open channel, specific force, critical flow in rectangular channel, applications of specific energy and discharge diagrams to channel transition, metering flumes, hydraulic jump in rectangular channel, surges in open channels, positive and negative surges, gradually varied flow equation and its integration, surface profiles.

 

UNIT-III

Compressible flow:

Basic relationship of thermodynamics continuity, momentum and energy equations, propagation of elastic waves due to compression of fluid, Mach number and its significance, subsonic and supersonic flows, propagation of elastic wave due to disturbance in fluid mach cone, stagnation pressure.

UNIT-IV

Pumps and Turbines:

Reciprocating pumps, their types, work done by single and double acting pumps. Centrifugal pumps, components and parts and working, types, heads of a pump-statics and manometric heads,. Force executed by fluid jet on stationary and moving flat vanes, Turbines-classifications of turbines based on head and specific speed, component and working of Pelton wheel and Francis turbines, cavitation and setting of turbines.

Paper Setter’s Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Text Books

  1. Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanics by P.N.Modi & S.M.Seth
  2. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines,Dr. R.K.Bansal, Luxmi Publication

 

Reference Books

  1. Flow in Open Channels by S.Subraminayam
  2. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by Robert N.Fox & Alan T.Macnold

 

 

 

 

 

  B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-212LA Structural Analysis-I Lab
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Practical Total Time
0 0 2 1 0 40 60 100 2

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

  1. Verification of reciprocal theorem of deflection using a simply supported beam.
  2. Verification of moment area theorem for slopes and deflections of the beam.
  3. Deflections of a truss- horizontal deflection & vertical deflection of various joints of a pin- jointed truss.
  4. Elastic displacements (vertical & horizontal) of curved members.
  5. Experimental and analytical study of 3 hinged arch and influence line for horizontal thrust.
  6. Experimental and analytical study of behavior of struts with various end conditions.
  7. To determine elastic properties of a beam.
  8. Uniaxial tension test for steel (plain & deformed bars)
  9. Uniaxial compression test on concrete & bricks specimens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  B.Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-216LA Soil Mechanics Lab
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Practical Total Time
0 0 2 1 0 40 60 100 2

 

List of Experiments:

  1. Visual Soil Classification and water content determination.
  2. Determination of specific gravity of soil solids.
  3. Grain size analysis-sieve analysis.
  4. Liquid limit and plastic limit determination.
  5. Field density by:

Sand replacement method

Core cutter method

  1. Proctor’s compaction test.
  2. Coefficient of permeability of soils.
  3. Unconfined compressive strength test.
  4. Direct shear test on granular soil sample.
  5. Unconsolidated undrained (UU) triaxial shear test of fine grained soil sample.

Note: At least ten experiments are required to be performed by students from the above list and two may be performed from the experiments developed by the institute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B. Tech. (4th Semester) Civil Engineering
CE-218A Hydraulics Engineering lab
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Major Test Minor Test Total Time (Hrs.)
3 0 0 3 75 25 100 3

 

 

 

1 To determine the coefficient of drag by Stoke’s law for spherical bodies.

2 To study the phenomenon of cavitation in pipe flow.

3 To determine the critical Reynold’s number for flow through commercial pipes.

4 To determine the coefficient of discharge for flow over a broad crested weir.

5 To study the characteristics of a hydraulic jump on a horizontal floor and sloping glacis

including friction blocks.

6 To study the scouring phenomenon around a bridge pier model.

7 To study the scouring phenomenon for flow past a spur.

8 To determine the characteristics of a centrifugal pump.

9 To study the momentum characteristics of a given jet.

10 To determine head loss due to various pipe fittings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester- VI (w.e.f. session 2017-2018)

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Course No. Course Title Teaching Schedule Allotment of Marks Duration of Exam (Hrs.)
L T P Hrs/

Wk

Theory Sessional Practical Total
1 CE-302N Design of Steel Structures-II 4 2 0 6 75 25 0 100 3
2 CE-304N Irrigation Engineering-I 3 2 0 5 75 25 0 100 3
3 CE-306N Disaster Management 3 1 0 4 75 25 0 100 3
4 CE-308N Geotechnology-II 3 2 0 5 75 25 0 100 3
5 CE-310N Transportation Engineering- I 3 1 0 4 75 25 0 100 3
6 CE-312N Water Supply & Treatment 3 1 0 4 75 25 0 100 3
7 CE-314N Transportation Engg.- I (P) 0 0 2 2 0 40 60 100 3
8 CE-316N Environmental Engg. – I (P) 0 0 2 2 0 40 60 100 3
9 CE-318N CAD Lab 0 0 3 3 0 40 60 100 3
Total 19 9 7 35 450 270 180 900
Note: The students will have to undergo another six weeks Field Training/Industrial Training after VI sem and it will be evaluated during VII sem through submission of certified report to the H.O.D. followed by conduct of viva-voce &

seminar/presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-302N DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES-II 4 2 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective To Impart knowledge and ability to design various steel structures.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will be able to familiar with the Elementary Plastic Analysis and Design of steel structures.
II Students will be able to design steel water tank and steel stacks and their stability checks.
III Students will be able to design steel towers and Cold Formed Sections and their stability checks.
IV Students will be able to design steel industrial building and their stability checks.

 

 

UNIT-I

Elementary Plastic Analysis and Design:

Introduction, Scope of plastic analysis, ultimate load carrying capacity of tension members and compression members, flexural members, shape factor, mechanisms, plastic collapse, analysis, plastic analysis applied to steel beams and simple portal frames and design.

 

UNIT-II

Design of Water Tanks:

Introduction, permissible stresses, design of circular, rectangular and pressed steel tanks including staging.

Design of Steel Stacks:

Introduction, various loads to be considered for the design of steel stacks, design of steel stacks including foundation.

UNIT-III

Towers:

Transmission line towers, microwave towers, Design loads, classification, design procedure and specification.

Cold Formed Sections:

Introduction and brief description of various types of cold formed sections, local buckling, concepts of effective width and effective sections, elements with stiffeners, design of compression and bending elements.

UNIT-IV

Industrial Buildings:

Loads, general arrangement and stability, design considerations, design of purlins, design of roof trusses, industrial building frames, bracings and steppedcolumns.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books:

  1. Design of Steel Structures, A.S.Arya&J.L.Ajmani, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
  2. Design of Steel Structures, P.Dayartnam, Wheeler Pub.Allahabad.
  3. Design of Steel Structures, Gaylord & Gaylord, MGH, Newyork/International StudentsEd.
  4. IS:800-1984, Indian Standard Code of Practice for General Construction inSteel.
  5. IS-801-1975, Indian Standard Code of Practice for Use of Cold formed light gauge steel structural members in general buildingconstruction.

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-304N IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-I 3 2 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective To Impart knowledge irrigation water requirement and ability to understand the hydraulic structures.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will be able to understand water requirement of crops and methods of irrigation.
II Students will be able to study the canals, its types and also design of lined canals.
III Students will be able to study about losses and water logging and its techniques.
IV Students will be able to study about canal outlet, its design and ground water irrigation.

 

UNIT-I

Introduction: Irrigation-necessity, advantages, disadvantages, impact of irrigation on human environment , need and development of irrigation in India, crops and crop seasons, ideal cropping pattern and high yielding varieties of crops.

Soil-water relationship and irrigation methods: Soil-water relationship, root zone soil water, infiltration, consumptive use, field capacity, wilting point, available moisture in soil, GCA, CCA, intensity of irrigation, delta, base period, Kordepth, core period, frequency of irrigation, duty of water, relation between delta, duty and base period, irrigation requirement, flooding methods, border strip method, check basin and furrow method, assessment of irrigation water, sprinkler irrigation, favorable conditions, sprinkler systems, hydraulics of sprinkler irrigation, planning, design and maintenance of sprinkler systems, drip irrigation-components parts, advantages and limitations, suitability of dripirrigation.

 

UNIT-II

Canal irrigation: 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..

Lined canals: 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.

 

UNIT-III

Losses in canals, water logging and drainage: 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.

River Training work: Classification of rivers, river training and its objectives, classification of river training works, methods of river training, marginal embankments, guidebanks, spurs, cutoffs, bank pitching and launching apron.

 

UNIT-IV

Canal outlets: Classification, requirements of a good outlet, design of pipe, APM and open flume outlet, flexibility proportionality, setting and sensitivity ofoutlet.

Tube-well irrigation: 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’s&Dupuit’s formulae, Limitations of Theim’s and Dupuit’s formulae. Interference of tube wells with canal or adjoining tube-wells, causes of failure of tubewells, optimum capacity, Duty and delta of a tube well. Rehabilitation oftubewell.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books:

  1. Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engg. byP.N.Modi.
  2. Fundamentals on Irrigation Engg. by BharatSingh.
  3. Irrigation Engg& Hydraulic Structures byS.K.Garg.
  4. Irrigation Engg. byS.K.Sharma.
  5. Irrigation-Theory & Practice by A.M.Michael.
  6. Irrigation – Theory & Practice by G.L.Asawa.

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-306N DISASTERMANAGEMENT 3 1 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective To Impart knowledge about Disaster management and design & planning to control the accidents.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will be able to study about Disaster and their types.
II Students will be able to study about assessment of disaster and management of its control.
III Students will be able to understand the building structures and their efficiency to control hazard.
IV Students will be able to study the efficient structures and analysis of Hazard by case study.

 

 

UNIT-I

Introduction to Disaster Management: Define and describe disaster, hazard, emergency, vulnerability, risk and disaster management; Identify and describe the types of natural and non-natural disasters. Important phases of Disaster Management Cycle.

Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness: Natural Hazards: causes, distribution pattern, consequences and mitigation measures for earth quake, tsunami, cyclone, flood, landslide drought etc. Man-made hazards: causes, consequences mitigation measures for various industrial hazards/disasters, Preparedness for natural disasters in urban areas.

 

UNIT-II

Hazard and Risk Assessment: Assessment of capacity, vulnerability and risk, vulnerability and risk mapping, stages in disaster recovery and associated problems.

Emergency Management Systems (EMS): Emergency medical and essential public health services, response and recovery operations, reconstruction and rehabilitation.

 

UNIT-III

Capacity Building: Gender sensitive disaster management approach and inculcate new skills and sharpen existing skills of government officials, voluntary activists, development of professional and elected representative for effective disaster management, role of media in effective disaster management, overview of disaster management in India, role of agencies like NDMA, SDMA and other International agencies, organizational structure, role of insurance sector, DM act and NDMA guidelines..

Application of Geo-informatics and Advanced Techniques: Use of Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) and GIS in disaster Management, role of knowledge based expert systems in hazard scenario, using risks-time charts to plan for the future, early warningsystems.

 

UNIT-IV

Integration of public policy: Planning and design of infrastructure for disaster management, Community based approach in disaster management, methods for effective dissemination of information, ecological and sustainable development models for disaster management.

Case Studies: Lessons and experiences from various important disasters with specific reference to Civil Engineering.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books/References:

  1. Natural Hazards in the Urban Habitat by Iyengar, C.B.R.I., Tata McGraw Hill.Pub
  2. Natural Disaster management, Jon Ingleton (Ed), Published by Tudor Rose,Leicester
  3. Disaster Management, R.B. Singh (Ed), RawatPublications
  4. ESCAP: Asian and the Pacific Report on Natural Hazards and Natural DisasterReduction.
  5. http//ndma,gov,in
  6. Disaster Management –Future Challenges & Opportunities by Jagbir Singh, I.K. International PublishingHouse.

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-308N GEOTECHNOLOGY-II 3 2 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective To Impart knowledge of earth soil and its structures and also the stability of earth structures.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will be able to study about earth dams and stability of slopes.
II To study about braced cuts and coffer dams, their design and stability.
III To study about stabilization of soil masses by using sheet piles.
IV To study the methods of Soil Stabilization and machine tools

 

UNIT-I

Earth Dams: Introduction, types of sections, earth dam foundations, causes of failure and criteria for safe design, control of seepage through the embankment, control of seepage through the foundation, drainage of foundations, and criterion for filter design. Introduction to rock filldams.

Stability of slopes: Causes of failure, factors of safety, stability analysis of slopes-total stress analysis, effective stress analysis, stability of infinite slopes types of failures of finite slopes, analysis of finite slopes-mass procedure, method of slices, effect of pore pressure, Fellinius method to locate center of most critical slip circle, friction circle method, Tayler’s stability number, slope stability of earth dam during steady seepage, during sudden draw down and during and at the end ofconstruction.

 

UNIT-II

Braced Cuts: Depth of unsupported vertical cut, sheeting and bracing for deep excavation, movements associated with sheeting and bracing, modes of failure of braced cuts, pressure distribution behind sheeting.

Cofferdams: Introduction, types of cofferdams, design and lateral stability of braced cofferdams, design data for Cellular cofferdams, stability analysis of cellular cofferdams on soil and rock, inter-lock stresses.

 

UNIT-III

Cantilever Sheet Piles: Purpose of sheet piles, cantilever sheet piles, depth of embedment in granular soils-rigorous method, simplified procedure, cantilever sheet pile, penetrating clay and limiting height of wall.

Anchored Bulkheads: Methods of design, free earth support method in cohesionless and cohesive soils, fixed earth support method in cohesionless soils-Blum’s equivalent beam method.

 

UNIT-IV

Soil Stabilization: Soil improvement, shallow compaction, mechanical treatment, use of admixtures, lime stabilization, cement stabilization, lime fly ash stabilization, dynamic compaction and consolidation, bituminous stabilization, chemical stabilization, pre-compression, lime pile and column, stone column, grouting, reinforced earth.

Basics of Machine Foundations: Terminology, characteristics elements of a vibratory systems, analysis of vibratory motions of a single degree freedom system-undamped free vibrations, undamped forced vibrations, criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation, degrees of a freedom of a block foundation, Barken’s soil spring constant, Barken’s method of a determining natural frequency of a block foundation subjected to verticaloscillations.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books Recommended:

  1. Analysis and Design of Foundation and Retaining Structures by S. Prakash, Ranjan&S.Saran, SaritaPrakashan.
  2. Analysis and Design of Sub Structures by Swami Saran, IBHOxford
  3. Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan and ASR Rao, NewageInt.Pub.
  4. Soil Dynamic by Shamsher Prakash, McGrawHill
  5. Foundation Design by Teng, PrenticeHall
  6. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by Bharat Singh, Shamsher Prakash, Nem Chand & Bros,Roorkee.
  7. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering by AlamSingh.

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-310N TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING –I 3 1 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective The study of safe & optimum geometric design of highways & fundamental parameters of highway materials.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will able to study the history review of roads and development of their concern authorities.
II Students will study about geometric design and their cross sectional elements of highways.
III Students will study about regulation and safe movements of the traffic.
IV Students will study about different fundamental parameters of highway materials.

 

UNIT-I

Introduction: Transportation and its importance. Different modes of transportation. Brief review of history of road development in India and abroad: Roman, Tresagne, Telford and Macadam constructions. Road patterns.Classification of roads, Objectives of highway planning, Planning surveys.Saturation system of planning.

Highway Plans, Highway Alignment and Surveys: Main features of 20 years road development plans in India. Requirements of an ideal highway alignment.Factors affecting alignment.Surveys for highway alignment.

 

UNIT-II

Cross Section Elements and Sight Distance Considerations: Cross section elements: friction, carriageway, formation width, land width, camber, IRC recommended values. Types of terrain Design speed. Sight distance, stopping sight distance, overtaking sight distance, overtaking zones, intermediate sight distance, sight distance at intersections, head  light sight distance, set back distance. Critical locations for sightdistance.

Design of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment: Effects of centrifugal force. Design of super-elevation.Providing super- elevation in the field.Radius of circular curves.Extra-widening.Type and length of transition curves.Gradient, types, values.Summit curves and valley curves, their design criterion.Grade compensation on curves.

 

UNIT-III

Traffic Characteristics and Traffic Surveys: Road user and vehicular characteristics. Traffic studies such as volume, speed and O & D study. Parking and accident studies.Fundamental diagram of traffic flow.Level of service.PCU.Capacity for non-urban roads.Causes and preventive measures for roadaccidents.

Traffic Control Devices: Traffic control devices: signs, signals, markings and islands. Types of signs.Types of signals.Design of an isolated fixed time signal by IRC method. Intersections at grade and grade separated intersections. Design of a rotary. Types of grade separated intersections.

 

UNIT-IV

Highway Materials: Soil and Aggregates: Subgrade soil evaluation: CBR test, plate bearing test. Desirable properties of aggregates. Various tests, testing procedures and IRC/IS specification for suitability of aggregates. Proportioning of aggregates for road construction by trial and error and Routhfuch method.

Bituminous Materials and Bituminous Mixes: Types of bituminous materials: bitumen, tar, cutback and emulsions. Various tests, testing procedures and IRS/IS specifications for suitability of bituminous materials in road construction. Bituminous mix, desirable properties.Marshall’ method of mix design. Basic concept of use of polymers and rubber modified bitumen in bituminous mixes.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books:

  1. Highway Engg. byS.K.Khanna&C.E.G.Justo, Nem Chand &Bros,Roorkee.
  2. Principles of Transportation and Highway Engg. byG.V.Rao,Tata McGraw Hill Pub.,N.Delhi.
  3. Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L.R.Kadiyali,KhannaPub.Delhi.
  4. Traffic Engg. by Matson, T.M.,Smith,W.S. and Hurd,P.W.McGraw Hill Book Co., NewYork.

 

Code Nomenclature of Subject L T Int. Ext. Total Time
CE-312N WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT 3 1 25 75 100 3 Hr
Course Objective The aim of study is the water requirement, quantity, its properties and its distribution.
UNIT Course Outcome
I Students will study the quantity requirement of the water for supply.
II Students will study the physical, chemical and bacteriological properties of water.
III Students will study the methods of treatment of water.
IV Students will study the methods to supply the water for different purpose.

 

UNIT-I

Water Quantity:

Importance and necessity of water supply scheme. Water demands and its variations.Estimation of total quantity of water requirement.Population forecasting.Quality and quantity of surface and ground water sources.Selection of a source of water supply.Types of intakes.

 

UNIT-II

Water Quality:

Impurities in water and their sanitary significance.Physical, chemical and bacteriological analysis of water.Water quality standards.

 

UNIT-III

Water Treatment:

Objectives, treatment processes and their sequence in conventional treatment plant, sedimentation – plain and aided with coagulation. Types, features and design aspects. Mixing basins and Flocculation units. Filtration – mechanism involved, types of filters, slow and rapid sand filtration units (features and design aspects). Disinfection principles and aeration.

 

UNIT-IV

Water Distribution:

Distribution system – Gravity system, Pumping System, Dual system, Layout of Distribution System – Dead End System, Grid Iron System, Ring System, Radial System, their merits and demerits.Distribution Reservoir-functions & determination of storage capacity.

 

Paper Setter Note: 8 questions of 15 marks each distributed in four sections are to be set taking two questions from each unit. The candidate is required to attempt five questions in all, taking at least one from each of the four sections.

Books:

  1. Water Supply and Sewerage: E.W.Steel.
  2. Water Supply Engineering: S.R.Kshirsagar.
  3. Water Supply Engineering: S.K.Garg.
  4. Water Supply Engineering: B.C.Punmia.
  5. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev., NewDelhi.

 

Code Nomenclature of Practical P External Sessional Total Time
CE-314N TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-I (P) 2 60 40 100 3H
Course Objective The aim of study is to determine the different properties of highway construction materials.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

  1. To determine the toughness of the aggregate by aggregate ImpactTest.
  2. To determine the hardness of the aggregate by Los-Angeles AbrasionTest.
  3. To determine the hardness of the aggregate by Dorry’s Abrasion Test onAggregates.
  4. To determine the hardness of the aggregate by Deval Attrition Test onAggregates.
  5. To determine the Crushing Strength Test onAggregates.
  6. To determine the grade and hardness of the bitumen by PenetrationTest.
  7. To determine the elastic property of the bitumen by DuctilityTest.
  8. To determine the grade and hardness of the bitumen by ViscosityTest.
  9. To determine the Softening Point Test onBitumen.
  10. To determine the Flash and Fire Point Test onBitumen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code Nomenclature of Practical P External Sessional Total Time
CE-316N ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-I (P) 2 60 40 100 3H
Course Objective To Impart knowledge of quality and mineral composition of drinking water supply.

 

 

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

  1. To determine the pH value of a given sample of water wastewater.
  2. To determine the turbidity in given water waste watersample.
  3. To determine the acidity of given sample of water wastewater.
  4. To determine the alkalinity of given sample of water wastewater.
  5. To determine temporary and permanent hardness in a given watersample.
  6. To determine the chlorine does required for a given watersample.
  7. To determine total suspended, suspended, dissolved settable solids in a sewagesample.
  8. To determine the chloride concentration in a given sample of wastewater.
  9. To determine the sulphate concentration in given watersample.

 

Code Nomenclature of Practical P External Sessional Total Time
CE-318N CAD Lab 3 60 40 100 3H
Course Objective The students will able to understand the 3D structures and prepaid drawing in cad

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS PART-A

Detailed drawing of the following reinforced concrete structures:

  1. Footings: Isolated footings, combined footings, rectangular, trapezoidal, strip, strap, raftfootings
  2. Domes: Spherical and conicaldomes.
  3. Water tanks: rectangular, cylindrical, Intz type overhead watertank.
  4. RCC Flatslabs
  5. Masonary columns, bearing walls, retainingwalls.

 

PART-B

Detailed design and drawing of the following steel structures:

  1. Columns, base plates and theirfoundations
  2. Plate Girder(welded)
  3. GantryGirder
  4. Simple rooftrusses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – VIII

S.

No.

Course No. Course Title Teaching Schedule Allotment of Marks Duration of Exam (Hrs.)
L T P Hours/ Week Theory Sessional Practical Total
1 CE-402N Bridge Engineering 4 2 0 6 75 25 0 100 3
2 CE-404N Railway & Airport Engineering 3 2 0 5 75 25 0 100 3
3 CE-406N Industrial Waste Water Treatment 3 2 0 5 75 25 0 100 3
4 DEC-III* 3 1 0 4 75 25 0 100 3
5 DEC-IV* 3 1 0 4 75 25 0 100 3
6 CE-426N Transportation Engineering-II (P) 0 0 2 2 0 40 60 100 3
7 CE-428N Environment Engineering-II (P) 0 0 2 2 0 100 100 200 3
8 CE-430N Project-II** 0 0 6 6 0 40 60 100 3
9 CE-434N Seminar 0 1 0 1 0 50 0 50 3
10 CE-436N Comprehenssive Viva-Voice 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 75 3
11 CE-438N General Fitness & Professional Aptitude 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 75 3
Total 16 9 10 35 375 295 330 1000

*The student should select two Departmental Elective Courses (DEC) from the following list.

CourseNo.                                      DEC-III                                     Course No.                                     DEC-IV

CE-414N      GeosyntheticsEngineering                                               CE-418N      Ground WaterHydrology

CE-440N      Non ConventionalEnergyResources                                CE-420N            Design of Hydraulic Structures CE-442N                       Pre StressedConcreteStructure                                                                  CE-422N            Environmental Impact Assessment CE-444N                     Instrumentation &SensorTechnologies                            CE-424N            Remote Sensing &GIS

 

 

**The project should be initiated by the students in the beginning of VIIIth semester and will be evaluated at the end of the semester on the basis of a presentation and report. Note: Project-II should not be related to Project-I unless it involves large amount of work, time and effort.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEM-VIII

 

B. Tech. VIII Semester (Civil Engineering)
SUBJECT: BRIDGE ENGINEERING
L T P/D Total Subject Code: CE-402N Max.        Marks:

100

4 2 0 6 Theory:            75

marks

Sessional:         25

Marks

Duration: 3 hrs.
Course Objective Students  will  acquire the knowledge  about  thedesignof              Railway, R.C.C and Steel Bridge and its foundation
UNIT Course Outcomes
I Students will be able to study Specifications for Roads and Railways Bridges
II Students will be able to design consideration for R. C. C. Bridges
III Students will be able to design consideration for Steel Bridges
IV Students will be able to Hydraulic & Structural design of Bridge

UNIT-I

Introduction:

Definition, components of bridge, classification of bridges, selection of site , economical span, aesthetics consideration, necessary investigations and essential design data.

Standard Specifications for Roads and Railways Bridges:

General, Indian Road Congress Bridge Code, width of carriage way, clearance, various loads to be considered for the design of roads and railway bridges, detailed explanation of IRC standard live loads.

 

UNIT-II

Design Consideration for R. C. C. Bridges:

Various types of R.C.C. bridges(brief description of each type) , design of R.C.C. culvert and T-beam bridges.

 

UNIT-III

Design Consideration for Steel Bridges:

Various types of steel bridges (brief description of each), design of truss and plate girder bridges.

 

UNIT-IV

Hydraulic & Structural Design:

Piers, abutments, wing-wall and approaches.

Brief Description:

Bearings, joints, articulation and other details.

Bridge Foundation:

Various types, necessary investigations and design criteria of well foundation.

 

Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.

 

Books:

  1. Essentials of Bridge Engineering, D.J.Victor, Oxford & IBHPub.N.Delhi.
  2. Design of Bridges, N.Krishna Raju, Oxford & IBH,N.Delhi.
  3. Bridge Deck Analysis, R.P.Pama&A.R.Cusens, John Wiley &Sons.
  4. Design of Bridge Structures, T.R.Jagadish&M.A.Jairam, Prentice Hall of India,N.Delhi.

 

B. Tech. VIII Semester (Civil Engineering)
SUBJECT: Railway & Airport Engineering
L T P/D Total Subject Code: CE-404N Max. Marks: 100
3 2 0 5 Theory: 75 marks
Sessional: 25 Marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
Course Objective Students will acquire the knowledge about the design of Railways and Air port
UNIT Course Outcomes
I Students will be able to study different types of Rails,Sleepers and Ballast
II Students will be able to design different components of Railways
III Students will be able to know Geometric design of track
IV Students will be able to analyze the frames structures

 

UNIT-I

Introduction, Permanent Way And Rails

Rail transportation and its importance in India. Permanent way: requirements and components. Gauges in India and abroad.Selection of gauge.Coning of wheels.Adzing of sleepers. Rails: functions, composition of rail steel, types of rail sections, requirements of an ideal rail section, length of rails. Defects in rails. Creep of rails. Long welded rails and continuously welded rails.

 

Sleepers, Fastenings And Ballast

Sleepers: functions, requirements of an ideal sleeper. Types of sleepers: wooden, cast iron, steel and concrete sleepers, advantages, disadvantages and suitability of each type. Sleeper density. Fastenings for various types of sleepers: fish plates, spikes, bolts, bearing plates, keys, chairs, jaws, tie bars. Elastic fastenings. Ballast: functions, requirements, types of ballast and theirsuitability.

 

UNIT-II

Points And Crossings

Necessity. Turnout: various components, working principle. Switch: components, types. Crossing: components and types. Design elements of a turnout, design of a simple turnout. Layout plan of track junctions: crossovers, diamond crossing, single-ouble slips, throw switch, turn table, triangle.

 

Signaling, Interlocking And Train Control

Signals: objects, types and classification. Semaphore signal: components, working principle. Requirements / principles of a good interlocking system. Brief introduction to devices used in interlocking. Methods of control of train movements: absolute block system, automatic block system, centralized train control and automatic train control systems.

 

UNIT-III

Geometric Design Of The Track

Gradients, grade compensation.Super elevation, cant deficiency, negative super elevation.Maximum permissible speed on curves.Tractive resistances, types.Hauling capacity of a locomotive.

 

Stations, Yards And Track Maintenance

Stations: functions and classification. Junction, non-junction and terminal stations. Yards: functions, types. Marshalling yard: functions, types. Maintenance of railway track: necessity, types of maintenance. Brief introduction to mechanized maintenance, M.S.P and D.T.M.

 

UNIT-IV

Introduction And Airport Planning

 

Air transportation, its importance and characteristics, status in India. Layout plan of an airport and its basic elements: terminal area, apron, taxiway, runway, hanger. Aircraft characteristics, their effect on elements of an airport. Site

selection of an airport. lassification of airports.

 

Runway Layout And Pavement Design

Runway orientation, Wind Rose diagram.Basic runway length.Corrections to basic runway length.Runway patterns.Difference between highway and runway pavement.Types of runway pavements. Design factors for runway pavement. Brief introduction to design of thickness of a runway pavement.

 

Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.

 

Books:

  1. A text book of Railway Engineering by C.Saxena and S.P.Arora, Dhanpat Rai Publicatios, N.Delhi.
  2. Railway Track Engg. byS.Mundray, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.N.Delhi.
  3. Airport Planning and Design by K.Khanna, M.G.Arora, Nem Chand Bros.,Roorkee.
  4. The Planning and Design of Airports by RobortHornjeff, McGraw Hill BookCo.
  5. Air Transportation Planning and Design by Virender Kumar & Satish Chandra, Galgotia Publications, N.Delhi.

 

 

 

 

 

B. Tech. VIII Semester (Civil Engineering)
SUBJECT: Industrial Waste Water Treatment
L T P/D Total Subject Code: CE-406N Max. Marks: 100
3 2 0 5 Theory: 75 marks
Sessional: 25 Marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
Course

Objective

The aim of study is to understand the effect of Industrial waste water on environment and its

Treatment

UNIT Course Outcomes
I Students will study the effect of waste water on streams
II Students will study the working process of treatment plant
III Students will study about the standard for disposal
IV Students will study the types of industry responsible for waste generation

 

UNIT-I

Effects of industrial wastes on streams, sewerage systems and wastewater treatment plants.

UNIT-II

Minimizing the effects of industrial effluents on waste water treatment plants and receiving streams- conservation of water, process change, reuse of waste water, volume reduction, strength reduction, neutralization, equalization and proportioning.

UNIT-III

Population equivalent.Industrial effluent standards for disposal into inland surface water sources and on land forirrigation.

UNIT-IV

Study of the following Industries from waste generation, quality and its treatment including brief overview of manufacturing process:

Textile, tannery, sugar mill, distillery, dairy, pulp & paper, metal plating, oil refinery, nitrogenous fertilizers, thermal power plants and radio active wastes.

Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.

 

Books:

  1. Industrial and Hazardous Waste Treatment by N.L.Nemerow&A.Dasgupta.
  2. Industrial Effluents byN.Manivasakam.
  3. Waste Water Treatment by M.N.Rao&A.K.Dutta.

 

 

 

L T P/D 0 0 2

B. Tech. (Civil) VIII Semester

CE – 426N TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – II (P)

 

TotalMarks:100                                                                                    Sessional: 40 marks

Viva-voce:60marks                                                                              Duration: 3 hrs.

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

  1. Flakiness and Elongation Index ofaggregates.
  2. Specific gravity and water absorption test onaggregates.
  3. Specific gravity ofbitumen.
  4. Proportioning ofaggregates.
  5. Marshall’s stabilitytest.
  6. Stripping test onaggregates.
  7. Determination of bitumencontent.
  8. CBR lab test onsoil.
  9. Traffic volume study using videographytechnique.
  10. Traffic speed study using videographytechnique.

 

 

 

L T P/D 0 0 2

B. Tech. VIII Semester (Civil)

CE-428N ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II(P)

 

TotalMarks:100                                                                                    Sessional: 40 marks

Viva-voce :60marks                                                                             Duration: 3 hrs.

 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

 

  1. To determine the acidity of a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the alkalinity of a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine total, suspended, dissolved and settable solids in a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine volatile and fixed solids in a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine oil and grease in a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the chloride concentration in a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the sulphate concentration in a sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the B.O.D. of a given sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the C.O.D. of a given sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the T.O.C. of a given sewagesample.

 

  1. To determine the fecal count of a given sewagesample.

 

  1. Microscopic studies of asewage.

 

DEC-III

 

B. Tech. VIII Semester (Civil Engineering)
SUBJECT: GYOSYNTHETICS ENGINEERING
L T P/D Total Subject Code: CE-414N Max. Marks: 100
3 2 0 5 Theory: 75 marks
Sessional:       25

Marks

Duration: 3 hrs.
Course Objective The aim of study is to understand the application of Geosyntheticmaterial,types of material
UNIT Course Outcomes
I Students will study the Historical Development, The Nomenclature, Function
II Students will study the Manufacutinr Methods
III Students will study about Erosion Control with Geogrids
IV Students will study about Application of Geosynthetics in Water Resource Project

UNIT I

Basic Description of Geosynthetics:

Historical Development, The Nomenclature, Function, Use around the World, Applications, Development in India.

Raw Materials – Their Durability and Ageing:

Raw Materials, Durability, Degrading Agencies, Polymers, Biological Resistance, Chemical Resistance, WeatheringResistance

 

UNIT II

Manufacutinr Methods:

Fibres, Yarn, Nonwoven Geotextiles, Woven Geotextiles, D.S.F. Fabrics.

Geogrids- Testing and Evaluation:

Factors influencing Testing, Sampling, Physical Properties, and Mechanical Properties under Uniaxial loading, Creep Testing

 

UNIT III

Erosion Control with Geogrids:

Wind Erosion, Rain Water Erosion, Erosion Control Measures, Placement of Geogrid

Bearing Capacity Improvement with Geogrids:

Advantages, Mechanism, Modes of Failure, Friction Coefficient, Experimental Studies.

 

UNIT IV

Application of Geosynthetics in Water Resource Projects: Case Study: Dharoidam, Hiran II Dam, Meda Creek Irrigation Scheme, Lining of Kakarpar Canal

 

Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.

 

Books:

  1. Designing with Geosynthetics, (Prentice Hall ) by Robert M.Koerner.
  2. Engineering with Geosynthetics, (Tata MacGraw Hill) by G.V. Rao & G.V.S.Raju.

 

CE-422N ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

 

LTP/D                                                                                                     Max.Marks: 100

3 1 –4                                                                                                  Theory marks:75

Sessional:25

Duration: 3 hrs.

 

UNIT-I

Environment and Human Activity: Resources, pollution, reuse and environmental management.

 

Management of Aquatic Environment: Water quality controls. Drainage basin activities and water pollution.The impact of human activity on aquatic resources.The control measures, regional planning.

UNIT-II

Air Quality Management: Atmosphere, effect of human activity on air quality, waste disposal alternative. Optimization, planning of waste disposal.

 

UNIT-III

Waste Management: Waste disposal methods, impact of waste disposal of human activity.

 

Land Use Management: Impact of land use on human life. Control, of hazards in land use, management of land use.

UNIT-IV

Environmental Assessment: National environmental policy, implication of environment assessment in design process. Preparation of assessment, quantification.General requirements of environmental standards.Techniques of setting standards.

 

Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.

 

Books:

  • Environmental Impact Analysis by R.K. Jail and L.V. Urban.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment byCanter
  • Environmental Impact Assessment byJ.Glasson.

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