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BRANCH: CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY


STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

Code: CT
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401



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T
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P: 4
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Total Marks: 100


Theory: 28/70



Sessional: 15/30

1.

Three Hinged Arch, Cables and Suspension Bridges: Equilibrium of a loaded cord, Vector diagram,
Cable carrying uniformly
distributed load, Suspension bridge with three
-
hinged stiffening girder.

2.

Influence Line Diagram for Reaction, Shear, Bending Moment and their maximum & minimum
values for determinate beams, Arches and trusses, ILD for concentrated load, for uniformly
distr
ibuted load, for single pointed load, for wheel load.

3.

Deflections by moment
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area, Conjugate beam and energy methods,

Virtual work,

Unit load method,

Deflection by strain energy method.


4.

Degree of indeterminacy and stability, Determining degree of indeterm
inacy,

Principles of
superposition, Betti’s law, Castigliano’s theorems & applications.

5.

Analysis of indeterminate beams by strain
-

energy:

Strain energy due to bending, analysis of beams
and rigid frames by strain energy method and virtual work methods,

Pr
inciple of virtual work for
deformable bodies.

Books:

1.

Theory and Analysis of Structures (Vol. II), O.P. Jain and A S Arya, Nem Chand & Brothers, Roorkee,
India, 1976.

2.

Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1996.

3.

Analysis of Stru
ctures Vol. I & II, V N Vazarani & M. M. Ratwani, Khanna Publications, Delhi, 1997.

4.

Elementary Structural Analysis, S. Utku, C H Noris, and J.B. Wilbur, McGraw Hill, N.Y., 1991.

5.

Theory of Structures, Timoshenko and Young, McGraw Hill, N.Y., 1965.





WATER

SUPPLY AND SANITARY INSTALLATION

Code: CT
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402



L
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P: 4
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Total Marks: 100


Theory: 28/70



Sessional: 15/30


1.

Sources of water supply:Surface runoff, precipitation, measurement of rainfall, types of sources,
surfase source, underground sources, wells,
tube wells and method of construction, types of pumps
with fittings.

2.

Collection of surface water and its conveyance through pipes: canal intake, reservoir intake, river
intake, portable intake, type of pipes, methods of layout of pipes, corrosion in pipes
and their
remedial measures, appurtenances in distribution system

3.

Sanitary systems
-

Conservancy and water carriage systems, systems of sewerage, construction and
maintenance of privies, Septic tanks, imhoff tanks.

4.

Sewers: materials for sewers, shapes of se
wers, joints in sewers, laying and testing of sewers,
ventilation of sewers, cleaning of sewers, sewer appurtenances.

5.

Plumbing equipments and operations, Water supply and sanitary fittings, house drainage, concepts of
rural water supply and sanitation.


Bo
oks:

1.

Environmental Engineering Vol. I: Water Supply Engineering, S.K. Garg, Khanna Publishers, Delhi,
1998.

2.

Environmental Engineering Vol. II: Sewage Disposal & Air Pollution Engineering, S.K. Garg, Khanna
Publishers, Delhi, 1998.

3.

Wastewater Engineering:
Treatment, Disposal & Reuse, Metcalf & Eddy, Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi, 1991.

4.

Elements of Public Health Engineering, K.N. Duggal, S. Chand & Co, New Delhi, 2000.

5.

Water Supply & Sanitary Engineering, S.C. Rangawala, Charotar Publishing House, Anand, India
, 2000.

6.

Water Supply and Sanitary Installations, A C Panchdhari, New Age International, New Delhi, 1993.



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FLUID MECHANICS

Code: CT403



L
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T
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P: 4
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0

Total Marks: 100


Theory: 28/70



Sessional: 15/30

1.


Properties of fluid: mass
density, relative density, viscosity, fluid pressure,

pressure
head. Fluid statics
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Pressure at a point, units of measurement, manometers, forces on
plane areas, line of action of force, force components on curved surfaces.


2.


Fundamentals of fluid flow
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steady, unsteady, uniform, non
-
uniform, one
dimensional, two dimensional and three dimensional flows; Streamline, stream tube,
equation of continuity. Energy equation and its applications.

Fluid flow in pipes
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Reynolds number, critical velocity, laminar
flow, turbulent flow,
shearing stresses at pipe wall, velocity distribution, loss of head for laminar flow,
steady incompressible flow through simple pipe systems, Darcy
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Weisbach equation,
Moody diagram, simple pipe flow problems, losses of head for sudd
en expansion and
sudden contraction, various fittings.




3.


Fluid measurements
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velocity measurement, Pitot tube, coefficient of discharge,
coefficient of velocity, coefficient of contraction, orifices, orifice meter, venturimeter,
time to empty tanks,

weirs and notches.


4.


Introduction to open channel flow
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prismatic and non
-
prismatic channels, equation of
continuity for steady flow, uniform flow, Manning’s formula, simple problems of
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Boo
ks:

1.

Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics including Hydraulics Machines, Modi, P.N. and S.M. Seth, Standard
Book House, Delhi, 1998.

2.

Theory and Problems of Fluid Mechanics, Subramanya, K, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1993.

3.

Fluid Mechanics through Problems, Garde
R.J., New Age International, New Delhi, 1989.

4.

A Text Book of Fluid Mechanics, Rajput, R.K., S. Chand & Co, New Delhi, 1998.

5.

Fluid Mechanics Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines, Arora, K.R., Standard Publishers & Distributions,
Delhi, 1999.


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SURVEYING


II

Code: CT
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404




L
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Full marks: 100



Theory: 28/70



Sessional: 15/30


1.


Theodolite
:
Introduction, Classification, construction details of theodolite, reading a theodolite,
definition & terms, temporary

adjustments of theodolite, measurements (horizontal angle, vertical
angle), Introduction to electronic theodolite, definition and features of an electronic theodolite.


2.


Traversing
:
Introduction, types of traversing, methods of traversing, methods of
plotting traverse
survey, checks in traversing, balancing a traverse, computati
on of area of a closed traverse.

3.


Total Station Survey
:
Introduction, angle measurement, distance measurement, control panel,
prism, power supply, setting up and orientating a t
otal station, onboard software, total station
characteristics, field procedure for total station in topographic survey.

4.


Tacheometry
:
Introduction, instrument used, methods of teacheometry, fixed hair method, analectic
lens
.

5.


Curves
:
Introduction, Classi
fication, elements of a simple circular curve, formulae for elements of a
simple circular curve, setting out a simple circular curve by linear method and angular method (one
theodolite method, two theodolite method, tacheometric method), Obstacles in layin
g out of simple
curves.

6.


Plane Table Surveying
:
Introduction, Description of Plane Table, setting up the plane table,
methods of plane table surveying (radiation, traversing, intersection, resection), methods of resection
after orientation (by compass,
backsighting, three point, two point), error in plane table surveying,
Plane table traversing versus theodolite traversing, plane table survey versus chain survey
.

7.


Trigonometrical leveling:
Introduction, determination of Height and distances (when base of

object
accessible, base of object inaccessible, base of object inaccessible but instrument stations not in the
same vertical plane), determination of height of an elevated object above the ground when its base
and top are visible but not accessible, deter
mination of elevation of an object from angles of
elevation from three instrument stations in one line.




List of Survey to be performed by the students:

(i)

Close traverse using Electronic Theodolite

(ii)

Open traverse using Electronic Theodolite

(iii)

Measurement of ar
ea of land using Chain and Tape

(iv)

Plane Table Surveying using Method of radiation

(v)

Plane Table surveying using method of Intersection

(vi)

Plane Table Surveying using method of Traversing

(vii)

Two Point and Three Point Problem Solving using plane Table Surveying

(viii)

Measur
ement of height of structure using trigonometric leveling

(ix)

Closed Traversing using total station

(x)

Layout of a simple circular curve

Books:

1.

Surveying
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Vol
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I, B. C. Punamia, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.

2.

Surveying & Levelling Vol.
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I, T. P. Kanetkar & S. V. Kul
karni, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.

3.

Surveying Vol.
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I, S. K. Duggal, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

4.

Surveying and Levelling, N. N. Basak, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.


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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

Code: CT
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405



L
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Total Marks: 100


Theory: 28/70


Sessional: 15/30


1.

Foundation: introduction,functions of foundation, types of foundation; Brick masonry: Introduction,
General principles in brick masonry construction, Bond in brick masonry; Form work: Types of

form
work, types of forms for different structural members; Scaffolding: Component parts and types of
scaffolding.

2.

Doors and windows: Introduction, component parts of doors and windows, sizes of doors and
windows,and types of doors and windows; Arches and

lintels: Component parts and classification of
arches and lintels.

3.

Roofs: Introduction and Classification of roofs and roof coverings; Floors: Introduction, components
of a floor, types of floors, cement concrete and mosaic floors; Damp proof courses: cau
ses of
dampness, methods and materials used for damp proofing.

4.

Stairs: Introduction, component parts of staircase, dimentions of a step, classification of stairs;
Protective and Decorative finishes.

5.

Maintenance and repairs of floors, walls, wooden parts, f
oundations and roofs.

Books:

1.

Building Construction, B.C. Punmia, Laxmi Publishers, New Delhi, 1998.

2.

Building Construction, Shushil Kumar, Standard Publishers, Delhi, 1999.

3.

Maintenance of Building, A.C. Panchdhari, New Age International, New Delhi, 1997.

4.

Building Construction Vol I to IV, W.B. Mackey, Orient Longman, Mumbai, 1993.


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CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING

Code: CT
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406



L
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Total Marks: 100


Practical: 25/50


Sessional: 25/50

Orthographic Views; Oblique Views; P
erspective Views; Signs and symbols of building materials; Bond in
Brick Masonry (orthographic and isometric); Bonds in Stone Masonry; Sub
-
structure details; Doors,
windows and ventilators; Arches and Lintels; Timber joints and Trusses.

Riveted Bolted and
Welded Joined; Steel Truss, Reinforcement details in beams and columns; Stair cases,
Single Storeyed Residential Buildings (pitched roof)
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Type II, Double Storeyed Residential Building with
Flat Roof
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Type III, Simple drawings of above topics on computer G
raphics


Books
:

1.

Civil Engineering Drawing, R. S. Malik & G.S. Meo, New Asian Publications, Delhi.

2.

Civil Engineering Drawing, M. Chakraborty, Author, Calcutta.

3.

Principles of Building Drawing, Shah M.G., and Kale C.M., Macmillan India Ltd, New Delhi.

4.

Building Drawings, Shah M.G., Kale C.M. and Patki S. Y., Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.


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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WITH C/C++

Code: CAI
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406



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P: 4


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3

Total Marks: 100


Theory: 28/70



Sessional: 15/30

1.

Introduction, Salient
features of C, C
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tokens, data types of variables, declarations, type casting and
expression Control flow
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branching & looping.

2.

Functions
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pass by value, Pass by reference and program structure, string manipulation, pointer and
array, passing pointers as argu
ments in function.

3.

Structural input and output file and handing, UNIX system interfaces, special features of C.

4.

Object oriented programming, data encapsulating, inheritance and overloading.

5.

File handing with C++, constructors, destructor, special features

of C++

References:

1.

Programming in ANSI C


E. Balaguruswamy, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

2.

Programming with C
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Byron Gottfried, McGraw Hill International, New York.

3.

The C Programming Language
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Kernighan B W & Ritchie Denison, prentice Hall of India, New

Delhi.

4.

Object Oriented Programming in TURBO C++: Robert Lafore, Galgotia publications, new Delhi.


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