GANPAT UNIVERSITY
Detailed syllabus
Of
B.Tech Semester

III
(CBCS)
(
Civil
Engineering)
Effective from academic year 201
3

201
4
CIVIL
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
MEHSANA

GOZARIA HIGHWAY, KHERVA

282711, ME
HSANA
Phone: (02762)286805, 286081
Fax: (02762) 286650
www.uvpce.ac.in
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. I
II
–
Civil Engineering
2
C
I
301
Mathematics
–
II
I
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theor
y
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
0
3
3
0
3
30
70
3

10
0
COURSE CONTENT:
UNIT
I
THEORY OF COMPLEX VARIABLES:
Analytic functions, Cauchy
–
Riemann equation, harmonic functions, line integral, Cauchy’
s theorem
and Cauchy’s integral, simple form of conform transformation with application of the solution of two
dimensional problems.
UNIT
II
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION (HIGHER ORDER):
Ordinary differential equation with constant coefficient, variatio
n of parameter methods, Cauchy
–
Euler differential equations, simultaneous differential equations with constant coefficient, applications
of ordinary differential equation.
UNIT
III
PARTIAL
DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS:
Formation of partial differential eq
uations, LaGrange’s first order partial differential equations, directly
integral equations, method of separable of variables, application to wave equations, diffusion equation
and Laplace equation.
UNIT
IV
LAPLACE
TRANSFORMS:
Definition, Laplace transfor
m of elementary functions, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace
transform, transform of derivatives, transform of integration, multiplication by t
n
, division by t,
convolution theorem, unit step and heaviside’s unit function, direct

delta func
tion, periodic functions,
solution of ordinary linear differential equations, simultaneous equation with constant co

efficient
applied to electrical circuits.
UNIT
V
FOURIER
SERIES:
Definition of periodic function, Euler’s formula, functions having poin
ts of discontinuity, change of
intervals, odd and even functions, expansion of odd or even periodic functions, half range sine and
cosine series, elements of harmonic analysis.
UNIT
VI
FOURIER
TRANSFORMS:
Definition, Fourier integral, Fourier sine and co
sine integration, complex form of Fourier integral,
Fourier transform, Fourier transforms, Fourier sine and cosine transform, inverse Fourier transforms.
UNIT
VII
STATISTICS:
Probability, Total probability, Independent events, theorem of compound probabil
ity, Bay’s theorem,
random variable, discrete probability distribution, continuous probability distribution, expectation,
moment generating function, repeated trials, Binominal, Poisson’s and normal distribution applications,
calculation of error, probable
error, standard error.
TERM WORK
I
Term work shall consist of tests on cement and aggregate, fresh concrete and hardened concrete. It
includes destructive, partial destructive and non

destructive tests.
II
Term work shall include report on topic assig
ned by respective lab in

charge.
III
Term work shall include field visit and students will have to submit a report
IV
Oral/Practical marks include viva

voce on practical performed and submitted reports.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
A
PPLIED
M
ATHEMATICS
V
OL
.
I
&
I
I
BY
P.N.
W
ARTIKAR
&
J.N.
W
ARTIKAR
II
H
IGH
E
NGINEERING
M
ATHEMATICS
BY
B.S.
G
REWAL
III
E
NGINEERING
M
ATHEMATICS
BY
S
HRIVASTVA
IV
H
IGHER
E
NGINEERING MATHEMATI
CS BY
D
R K
.
R
.
KACHOT
.
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. III
–
Civil Engineering
2CI302
Mechanics of Structures
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem
. End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
100
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
BENDING STRESSES IN BEAMS
Introduction, simple bending, theory of simple bending, moment of resistance, modulus of section, beam
of uniform section, composite section, lami
nated spring
UNIT
II
SHEARING STRESSES IN BEAMS
Introduction, shear stress distribution for beam of rectangular, circular, triangle and I

section.
UNIT
III
PRINCIPAL STRESSES AND STRAINS
Principal planes, principle stresses, Analytical method for princ
ipal stress, Mohr
’
s circle of stress and
strain, Theories of failure.
UNIT
I
V
TORSION
Basic assumption, Torsion formula, Design of circular sections, Angle of twist, Shearing stress,
Deformation, Closed coiled h
elical springs, Helical Springs, power tran
smitted by shaft, keys &
coupling.
UNIT
V
THICK AND THIN CYLINDER
Introduction, Thin cylinder and thin spherical vessels under pressure, Applications of thin cylinder,
Hoop and radial Stresses in cylinders, longitudinal stresses in thick cylinder, Applica
tion of thick
cylinder, Max circumferential and Radial stresses in thick cylinders
UNIT
V
I
STRAIN ENERGY
Resilience, Strain in spring, Strain energy in tension, compression, Shear bending torsion, Proof
resilience, Impact loads, Sudden loads
UNIT
V
II
COL
UMNS AND STRUTS
Short column subjected axial forces and bending moments, engineering problems, long columns,
stability and equilibrium, ranking formula, Indian standard formula, criteria for design of columns
UNIT
VI
II
DIRECT AND BENDING STRESSES
:
Members
subjected to eccentric loads, middle third rule, and kernel of section, chimney
subjected
to
wind pressure,
retaining walls and dams subjected to hydraulic pressure
UNIT
IX
ANALYSIS OF PERFECT FRAME:
Types of frames,
Assumptions for forces in the members
of a perfect frames,
Analytical methods for
forces,
Method of joints,
Method of sections(Moments), Force table, Cantilever trusses,
Structures with
one end hinged and other freely supported on rollers and carrying horizontal loads
,
Miscellaneous
structure
s
PRACTICAL WORK
The practical work shall be based on experimental and analytical work on the topics mentioned above and will be
defended by the candidates.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Strength of Materials
–
By
S.
Ramamrutham
, Dhanpat rai & Sons.
II
Strength of Materials
–
By
R.
S.
Khurmi
, S. Chand & Co. New Delhi
III
Strength of Materials
–
By M. Chakraborti, S. K. Kataria & Sons
IV
Engineering Mechanics Of Solids By E. P. Popove
V
Mechanics Of Materials By Gere & Timosh
enko
VI
Mechanics of structure vol I
–
By
S.
B.
Junnarkar and H.J. Shah,
Charotar publishing house, Anand
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. III
–
Civil 䕮gineering
2CI303
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Ma瑥rials and 䕮gineering Geology
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Hrs
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2
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C O U R S E C O N T E N T
:
C O N S T R U C T I O N
M AT E R I A L S
UNIT
I
Types of
building stones and bricks, I.S. specification for bricks, bricks manufacturing process, tiles, stone
ware pipes and terra cotta production.
UNIT
II
Types of limes, and cements, and their usages, mortars and concrete, different type of mix proportions, a
nd
their uses.
UNIT
III
Timber usages in buildings, main varieties of timber, main defects, preservation of timber, allied products,
ply

wood, veneers, particle boards.
UNIT
IV
Miscellaneous building materials, iron and structural steel, aluminum, glass
, plastics, asphalts, varnishes,
distempers, paints and cement paints.
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
UNIT
V
SCOPE OF GEOLOGY IN CIVIL ENGG.
Development of Engineering Geology, geological formation in India, geological processes.
UNIT
VI
MINERALS AND ROCKS:
Physic
al properties, types and identification.
UNIT
VII
DIFFERENT GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES:
Folds, faults, joints, dip and strike relation, geological investigation approaches
UNIT
VIII
GEOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS:
Tunnels, dams, reservoirs, roads, buildings and br
idges, earthquake zone and seismic hazards.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Technical Teachers Training Institute, “ Civil Engineering Materials “, Chandigarh
II
Gosh D. N., “ Materials of Construction “, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, New Delhi.
III
Rangwala S. C.
, “ Engineering Materials “, Charotar Book Stall, Anand.
IV
Text book of geology by P. K. Mukerjee
V
Engineering Geology for Civil Engineers V Reddy,.; Oxford & IBH, 1997, New Delhi
VI
Geology for Engineers F.G.H Blyth, and M.H de Freitas,., ELBS, 1974
London
VII
Textbook of Engineering Geology C Kesavulu, , Macmillan, India Ltd., 1993, New Delhi
VIII
Gupta R. B.,” Text book of Engineering Geology “, Vidhyarthi Gruh Prakashan, Pune.
IX
Parbinsingh “ Engineering and General Geology ”, Katson Publishi
ng House
X
Arora D. S., “ Geology for Engineers “, Mohindra Capital Publishers, Chandigarh
XI
Maclean A. C. & O. D. Gribble,
“Geology
for Civil Engineers “, George Allen & Onwin Publication.
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech.
Sem. IV
–
Civil Engineering
2CI304
Building Planning & Design
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
BUILDING PLANNING
UNIT
I
Study of general principles of Planning and Architecture.
UNIT
II
Typical Building Byelaws as per National Building Code and General Development Control Regulation
UNIT
III
Planning of residenti
al buildings, Public buildings and Multi

storied structure.
UNIT
IV
Planning of Earthquake resistant buildings considering symmetry, simplicity, continuity, staircase, water
tank etc.
UNIT
V
Preparing Working Drawings of Residential Buildings. Various t
ypes, Scale selection, Material
description.
UNIT
VI
Elements of Perspective Drawing

basic terms, One point and Two point Perspective.
BUILDING DRAWING:
UNIT
VII
Drawing scales, different drawings, presentation drawings, drawing parallel and oblique per
spective
views, working drawings, staircase detailing and drawing, foundation layouts, landscape and other
sketches.
PRACTICALS / DRAWING / STUDIO :
1. Assignment on planning of residential building
(a)
Bungalow
,
(b)
Duplex
,
(c)
Apartment
&
(d) Row Hou
se
2. Assignment on planning of public building
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Shah M. G.
,
Kale C. M., and S. Y. Patki, “ Building Drawing “, Tata Mc

Graw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd, New Delhi
(1997).
II
Sane Y. S., “ Planning & Designing of Building “, Allies Book Stall,
P
u
na
III
“General
Development Control Regulations”,
Urban Development Authority.
IV
Ernest Pickering, “ Architectural Design”, John Wiley & Sons
V
Building planning, designing and scheduling by Gurcharansingh
VII
National Building Code

2005, New Delhi
.
VIII
General Development Control Regulations published by AUDA and GICEA
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. III
–
Civil Engineering
2CI305
Fluid Mechanics

I
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Pract
i
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS:
Specific weight, mass density, specific gravity, viscosity, Newton’s law of viscosity, surfa
ce tensionI
capilla特I cohesion and adhesionK
UNIT
II
HYDROSTATICS:
Pressure and its measurement, fluid pressure at a point, Pascal’s law, pressure and its relation with height,
atmosphe物cI absoluteI gauge and negative p牥ssu牥I measu牥ment o映 p牥ssu牥
th牯ugh piezo
J
mete爠and
va物ous types o映monometerK
qotal p牥ssu牥I intensity o映p牥ssu牥I cent牥 o映p牥ssu牥K m牥ssu牥 on ho物zontalI ve牴icalI inclined and cu牶ed
su牦rceK 䉵oyancyI cent牥 at 䉵oyancyI jeta cent牥 and jeta cent牥 heightK 䍯ndition o映eq
uilib物um o映
晬oating and subme牧ed bodyK bxpe物mental and analytical method to dete牭ine jeta
J
cent物c heightK
UNIT
III
HYDRO

KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS:
Types of fluid flow, continuity Equation, Euler’s Equation
of motion, Bernoulli’s equation of motion.
Practical application of Bernoulli’s Equation.
⡖entu物meter
Ⱐ
o物晩ce meterI mitot tube)
K
UNIT
IV
MEASUREMENT
OF FLOW:
Orifice & Mouth piece
Classification, hydraulic coefficients, experimental determination of hydraulic coefficient Discharge
through al
l types of
orifice
& mouthpiece, time of emptying the tank through orifice and mouthpiece.
Notches and Weirs
Classification, discharge through various types of Notches and Weirs. Time of emptying a Reservoir or a
Tank with notches & weirs.
UNIT
V
FLOW TH
ROUGH PIPES:
Introduction, Loss of energy in pipe, major and minor losses of energy in
pipes, hydraulic gradient, total energy line, pipes in series, pipes in parallel, flow through branched pipes,
and hydraulic transmission of power.
TERM WORK
I
Term
work shall consist of tests on cement and aggregate, fresh concrete and hardened concrete. It includes
destructive, partial destructive and non

destructive tests.
II
Term work shall include report on topic assigned by respective lab in

charge.
III
Term
work shall include field visit and students will have to submit a report
IV
Oral/Practical marks include viva

voce on practical performed and submitted reports.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic Machines By Dr.R.K.Bansal
II
Fluid mechanics
By Dr.D.S.Kumar
III
Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic Machines By Dr.P.N.Modi & Sheth
IV
Fluid mechanics By Dr.A.K.Jain
V
Hydraulic Fluid mechanics & Fluid Machines By S.Ramamurthan
VI
Engineering Fluid Mechanic By R.J.Garde & A.C.Mirajgaoker
VII
Fluid Me
chanics V.L Streeter,. and E.B Wylie,., , McGraw Hill, 1985, New York
VIII
Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics, K Subramanya , Tata

McGraw Hill Publishing Co, 1993, New
Delhi.
IX
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics E.J Shaughnessy,., I.M Katz,. and
J.P Schaffer,. SI edition, 2005,
Oxford University Press, New Delhi
X
Fluid
Mechanics,
F.M., White, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, New York.
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. III
–
Civil Engineering
2CI306
NUMARICAL METHODS & COMPUTER PR
OGRA
M
MING
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
U
NIT
I
SOLVING NONLINEAR EQUATIONS
Interval Halving Revisited, Linear Interpolation Method, Newton’s Method, Muller’s Method,
Newton’s
Method for polynomial.
UNIT
II
SOLVING SETS OF EQUATIONS
Matrix notation, the elimination method, gauss & gauss

jordan me
thods, Iterative method, system of
nonlinear equation
.
UNIT
III
INTERPOLATION AND CURVE FITTING
Lagrangian polynomials, Divided difference, Least

Squares approximation
.
UNIT
I
V
NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND NUMERICAL INTEGRATION
Getting derivatives and
integrals numerically, Derivatives from difference table, higher order derivatives,
extrapolation techniques, Newton

Cotes integration formulas, the trapezoidal rule, simpson’s rules
UNIT
V
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
The Taylor

Series method, Euler and modified
Euler
method, runge

kutta method, multistep method,
milne’s method, convergence criteria, error and error propagation, systems of equation and higher order
equation, comparison of method/stiff equation
OBJECT ORIENTED PRO
GRAMMING
UNIT
VI
PRINCIPLES OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
Paradigm, Basic Concept, Benefits of OOP, Application of OOP, Structure of C++ program, scope
resolution operator
UNIT
VII
FUNCTION IN C++
The main function, call by reference, return by referen
ce, inline function, default argument, const
arguments, function overloading
UNIT
VII
I
CLASS AND OBJECT
Introduction, specifying a class, defining member function, C++ program with class, making an outside
function inline, private member function, arrays
within a class, static data member, static member
function, array of objects, object as function arguments, friendly function, returning objects
UNIT
IX
CONSTRUCTORS AND DESTRUCTORS
Introduction, constructor, parameterized constructor, multiple construct
or in a class, constructor with
default arguments, dynamic initialization of objects, copy constructor, destructor
UNIT
X
OPERATOR OVERLOADING AND TYPE CONVERSION
Introduction, defining operator overloading, overloading unary operator, overloading binary
operator,
type conversion
UNIT
XI
INHERITANCE
Introduction, defining derived class, single inheritance, multiple inheritance, multilevel inheritance,
hierarchical inheritance, hybrid inheritance, virtual base class, abstract class, constructor in derived
class
UNIT
XII
POINTERS, VIRTUAL FUNCTION AND POLYMORPHISM
Introduction, pointer to object, this pointer, pointers to derived class, virtual function, and pure virtual
function
PRACTICAL WORK:

The practical work shall be based on and analytical work o
n the topics mentioned above and will be defended by the
candidates.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Object Oriented Programming with C++
by
E
Balaguruswami
II
Teach Your Self C++
by Schmidt
III
Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++
by Lafore Robert
IV
Applie
d Numerical Analysis
by Curtis F. Gerald, Patrick O.Wheatley
V
C language and Numerical Method
by C Xavier
VI
Numerical Method
by E. Balagurusamy
VII
Computer Oriented Numerical Methods
by V.Rajaraman
VIII
Computer oriented numerical methods By R.S.
Salania , Khanna book company, new delhi.
IX
Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis By S.S.Sastry

Prentice Hall Publication
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
Detailed syllabus
Of
B.Tech Semester

IV (CBCS)
(
Civil
Engineering)
Effectiv
e from academic year 201
3

201
4
CIVIL
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
MEHSANA

GOZARIA HIGHWAY, KHERVA

282711, MEHSANA
Phone: (02762)286805, 286081
Fax: (02762) 286650
www.uvpce.ac.in
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. I
V
–
Civil
Engineering
2
C
I
401
Structural Analysis

I
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
CO
URSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
SLOPE AND DEFLECTIO
N OF BEAMS:
Differential equation of elastic curve,
relation between moments, slope and deflection, double integration
method
Macaulay’s method, moment area method & conjugate beam method applied to beams includi
ng
varying moment of
inertia. Slope and Deflection of all types of beams
, Analysis of simple portal frame
with sway.
UNIT
II
CONSISTENT DEFORMATION
METHOD:
Analy
sis of propped cantilever beams,
rigid and elastic
supports
,
beams of varying
moment of inert
ia.
UNIT
III
FIXED BEAMS:
Computation of fixed

end actions for point load, u.d.l. varying load and couples, settlement and rotation of
supports,
beams of varying moment of inertia.
UNIT
IV
CURVED STRUCTURES :
Analysis of three hinged arches, segmental
and parabolic
shapes forces & end actions in cables.
UNIT
V
SHEAR CENTRE
Introduction, Shear centre of channel section, Shear centre of different sections
.
UNIT
VI
INFLUENCE LINES FOR BEAMS
Definition and use of influence lines for support reaction, shea
r force and bending moment of statically
determinate beams, influence lines for girders with floor system, properties of influence lines, computation
of maximum moment and maximum shear for a series of concentrated loads and uniformly loads for
beams, load
positions and computation of max. Values, absolute maximum shear, bending moments and
axial force.
(Muller

Breslau's principle, Influence Line Diagrams for reaction and internal forces in propped
cantilever and continuous beams having one static indeterm
inacy, qualitative ILD for statically
indeterminate structures such as beams & frames)
UNIT
VII
SPACE TRUSS:
Classification of 2

D and 3

D
truss, analysis of simple ball

socket
jointed
three
dimensional statically determinate space
trusses
by tension

coef
ficient method.
TERM WORK
This will consist of graphical and/or analytical solutions of
at least
problems based on the s
yllabus of structural
analysis.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Mechanics
of structures Vol I
S.B.Junarkar & H.J.Shah
,
Charotar publishing house
, Anand
II
Intermediate Structural
Analysis
Wang C.K.
,
Tata McGraw Hill book Company, New Delhi
III
Mechani
cs of MaterialS
E.P.Popov.
,Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
IV
Strength of ma
terials
G.H.Ryder.
,
Mcmillan
V
Mechanics of Materia
ls
Timoshenko
& Gere.
,
CBS Publishers & Distributors, Delhi
VI
Analysis of Statically Determinate Structures
–
By P. Dayaratnam
Affiliated east and West Press Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
VII
Ba
sic Structural Analysis

By C.S. Reddy
Ta
ta Mc Graw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd.
New Delhi
.
VIII
Theory
of Structures By
Ramamrutham.
XI
Hibbler R C; Mechanics of Materials; Pearson
X
Hibbler R C; Structural Analysis; Pearson
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. IV
–
Civil Engineering
2CI402
Surveying
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra
ct
/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem.
End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
PLANE TABLE SURVEY:
Plane table and accessories, plane table techniques, two point and three point problems, error in plane
tabling, advantages and disadvantages of plane tabling.
UNIT
II
LEVELLING:
Definition, Calculation
of Rl,
Methods of
level
li
ng
, setting out levels,
Curvature and Refraction, Distance
to visible horizon, Contour, Temporary adjustment of level profile of ground
,
cross section of ground,
applications of levelling in sewer line, road alignment, precise lev
elling, levelling errors.
UNIT
III
COMPUTATION OF AREAS AND VOLUMES:
Areas from field measurements and plans, different methods, Trapezoidal and Simpson's rule,
Plannimeter.
Volume by trapezoidal and prismoidal formula, calc
ulation of earthwork in cutting
and embankment for
civil engineering works, mass haul diagram, volume by spot levels, capacity of reservoir.
UNIT
IV
THEODOLITE SURVEY:
Introduction, types of theodolite, temporary
relation between fundamental axis of theodolite, a
djustment
of theodolit
e, field operations with theodolite, theodolite traversing, latitude and departure, Gale's
traverse table, omitted measurements in theodolite traversing, errors in theodolite traversing
UNIT
V
CURVE SURVEYING:
Introduction, classification of curves, simpl
e, compound and transition curves, methods of setting the
curves, vertical curves.
UNIT
VI
CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS:
Introduction, setting out buildings, pipe lines and sewers, roads
, bridges, piers
.
UNIT
VII
HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYS:
Introduction, controls in h
ydrographic surveying, shore line survey, soundings, reduction in soundings,
methods of locating and plotting of soundings.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Dr. K. R. Arora, " Surveying and Levelling, Vol. I & II ", StandardPublications
II
Kanitkar & Kulkarni, " S
urveying and Levelling, Vol. I & II ", Vidyarthi Gruh Prakashan.
III
K. S. Duggal," Surveying and Levelling, Vol. I & II", TMH Edition.
IV
Surveying Vol.I, II and III by Dr. B.C. Punamia
V
Surveying and Levelling by N.N. Basak
VI
Surveying an
d Levelling by R. Agor
VII
Advanced Surveying by R. Agor.
VIII
Roy, S.K., Fundamentals of Surveying, Prentice Hall India, New Delhi
IX
Subramanian, R., Surveying and Leveling, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
GANPA
T UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. I
V
–
Civil Engineering
2CI403
Building Construction
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
INTRODUCTION:
Overview of construction practices, theory and methods
UNIT
II
SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION:
Objectives, methods of boring like wash boring, percussion etc.
UNIT
III
SHALLOW FOUNDATION
S:
Necessity, types, setting out, excavation, construction, failures of foundation and remedial measures.
UNIT
IV
MASONRY CONSTRUCTION:
Stone masonry: Technical terms, lifting appliances, joints, types

random (un

coursed) rubble, coursed
rubble, dry r
ubble masonry, Ashlars masonry

Ashlars fine, chamfered fine.
Brick masonry: Technical terms, bonds in brick work

English bond, single & double Flemish bond,
garden wall bond, raking bond, Dutch bond.
Composite masonry: Stone facing with brick backing, b
rick facing with concrete backing. Hollow
concrete blocks and construction
Cavity walls: Brick cavity walls, position of cavity at foundation, roof and at opening levels.
Lintels & arches: Lintels

types, construction.
Arches

technical terms, types

brick arches, rough,
axed, stone arches, flat

semi circular.
UNIT
V
PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION:
Pre

cast and cast

in

situ construction
UNIT
VI
DOORS AND WINDOWS:
Doors: Location, technical terms, size, types, construction, suitability.
Windows: Factors affecting selection of size, shape, location and no. of windows, types, construction,
suitability, fixtures and fastenings.
Ventilators: Ventilators combined with window, fan light.
UNIT
VII
STAIRS AND STAIRCASES:
Definition, technica
l terms, requirements of good stair, fixing of going and rise of a step, types of steps,
classification, example

stair planning, elevators, escalators.
UNIT
VIII
FLOORINGS:
Introduction, essential requirements of a floor, factors affecting selection o
f flooring material, types of
ground floors, brick, flag stone, tiled cement

concrete, granolithic, terrazzo, marble, timber flooring,
upper floor

timber, timber floor supported on RSJ flag stone floor resting on RSJ, jack arch floor,
reinforced concret
e floor, ribbed floor, pre cast concrete floor.
UNIT
IX
ROOFS AND ROOF COVERINGS
:
Introduction, requirements of good roof technical terms, classification, types of roof coverings for
pitched roof. A.C. sheet roofs

fixing of A.C. sheets, laying of big s
ix sheets, G.I. Sheets roofs, slates,
flat roof

advantages, dis

advantages, types of flat terraced roofing.
UNIT
X
WALL FINISHES:
Plastering, pointing and painting.
UNIT
XI
TEMPORARY WORKS:
Timbering in trenches ,
types of scaffoldings, shoring,
underpinning
UNIT
XII
SPECIAL TREATMENTS:
Fire resistant, water resistant, thermal insulation, acoustical construction and anti

termite treatment
TERM WORK
Term work shall be based on the above mentioned course content.
FIELD VISIT
Field visits bas
ed on course content are suggested
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Building Construction by Dr. B. C. Punamia
II
Building Construction by Sushil Kumar
III
Building Construction by Gurcharan Singh
IV
Building Construction by S. C. Rangwala
V
Building Construction
by P.C Varghese,Prentice

Hall of India, New Delhi
VI
Indian Standard Institution, National Building Code of India, ISI, 1984, New Delhi
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. I
V
–
Civil Engineering
2CI404
Basic Transportation Systems
Teachin
g Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
2
0
2
2
0
2
30
70
3
0
100
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
Introduction :
Role of transport
ation in society, Objectives of transportation system, different types of modes, planning &
Co

ordination of different modes for Indian conditions
UNIT
II
Railway Engineering
Merits of rail transportation, railway gauges and gauge problems.
Cross sectio
n of permanent way and track componen
ts. Sleepers

function and types
, sleeper density,
ballast functions and different ballast materials.
Rails:
coning of wheels and titling of rails, rail cross sections, wear and creep of rails, rail fasting.
Geometric
design
: Gradients, transition curves, widening of gauges on curves, cant and can deficiency.
Point and crossing
: Design of turnouts and description of track junctions.
Yards:
details of different types of railway yards and their functions.
Signaling and
interlocking: classification of signals, interlocking of signals and points control of train
movements. Construction and maintaince of railway track, methods of construction, material requirements,
special measures for high speed track, maintaince of trac
ks and traffic operations.
UNIT
III
Airport Engineering:
1. Aircraft characteristics and their influence on airport planning.
2. Airport planning: Topographical and geographical features, air traffic characteristics and development of
new airports, facto
rs affecting airport site selection.
3. Airport obstruction: Zoning laws, classification of obstruction, imaginary surfaces, approach zones,
turning zones.
4. Airport layout: runway orientation, wind rose diagrams, and basic runway length. Correction of ru
nways
length, airport classification, geometric design, airport capacity, location of terminal buildings, aircraft
hangers and parking.
5. Airport marking and lighting: marking and lighting of runways, taxiways and approach areas.
6. Terminal area and airp
ort layout: Terminal area, planning of terminal building, Apron size of the gate
position, number of gate position, aircraft parking
system:
Hanger:
general planning considerations, blast
considerations.
7. Air traffic control: Air traffic control aids, En
route aids, landing aids.
8. Airport Drainage: requirement of airport drainage, design data, surface drainage design,
subsurface
drainage design.
UNIT
IV
Water Transportation
1. Harbors: Selection of site, entrance and channel requirement, ship characteri
stics and their influence on
ports management and operations, harbor maintaince.
2. Harbor layout: harbor works, break waters, jetties, wharves, piers, berthing facilities, types and
construction dolphins.
3. Navigational aids: buoys and lighthouses etc.
4
.
Port facilities: docks, transit sheds and warehouses, general layout, containers and container yard,
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Saxsena S C and Arora S P A course of railway engineering. Dhanpat Rai and sons, New Delhi.
II
Khanna and Arora, Airport planning
& design, Nemchad Bros, Roorkee
III
Agrawal M M (1991). Indian Railway Track, Sachdeva Press, Mayapuri, New Delhi
IV
Bindra S P Docks & Harbour engineering, Dhanpat Rai and sons
V
R Shirinivasan, Harbour dock and tunnel engineering
VI
Rao G V
,
Airp
ort engineering, Tata McGraw Hill
VII
Horonjeff & Mcklerey, planning & design of airports
VIII
Quinn A D, Design and construction of ports and marine structures
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. IV
–
Civil Engineering
2CI405
Fluid Mec
hanics

II
Teaching Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
Introduction
:
Different Types of fluid and its thermodynamic properties, continuity equation in Cartesian
coordinates.
UNIT
II
VISCOUS FLOW:
Flow of viscous fluid through circular pipe and two parallel plates, loss of head due to
friction in viscous flow, methods of
determination of coefficient of viscosity (capillary tube method,
orifice type, falling sphere Resistance method, rotating cylinder method), network of pipes (Hardy

cross
method)
UNIT
III
TURBULENT FLOW
:
Reynolds’s experiments, friction loss in pipe flow,
velocity distribution in
turbulent flow in pipe, shear stress in turbulent flow, Nikuradse work on artificially rough pipe, Cole
brooks and white equations : Moody’s diagram.
UNIT
IV
BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW:
Definitions, growth, thicknesses, drag forces, la
minar and turbulent
boundary layer on a flat plate, and separation of boundary layer.
UNIT
V
Dimensional and Model Analysis:
Concept of dimensions and dimensional homogeneity dimensionless
parameters, methods of dimensional analysis, model analysis, types
of similarities, types of forces acting
on moving fluid, dimensionless numbers, model laws, classification of model.
UNIT
VI
OPEN CHANNELS:
Classification of flow in channel, velocity distribution, discharge through open
channel, most economical section,
specific energy and specific energy curve, critical flow, standing wave
flume and parshall flume, gradually varied flow, hydraulic jump and its application.
TERM WORK
Term work shall be based on the above mentioned course content.
FIELD VISIT
Field v
isits based on course content are suggested.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic Machines By Dr.R.K.Bansal
II
Fluid mechanics By Dr.D.S.Kumar
III
Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic Machines By Dr.P.N.Modi & Sheth
IV
Fluid mechanics By Dr.A.K.Jain
V
Hydraulic Fluid mechanics & Fluid Machines By S.Ramamurthan
VI
Engineering Fluid Mechanic By R.J.Garde & A.C.Mirajgaoker
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
B.Tech. Sem. I
V
–
Civil Engineering
2CI406
Concrete Technology
Teach
ing Scheme (Hrs)
Credit
Examination Scheme (Marks)
Lect
Pract.
Total
Theory
Practi
cal/T
W
Total
Theory
Pra/
TW
Tot
al
Internal
Asses
Sem . End
Marks
Hrs
3
2
5
3
1
4
30
70
3
50
150
COURSE CONTENT
:
UNIT
I
GENERAL
:
Historical background
, composition of concrete, general note on strength mechanism,
current practice and future trends.
UNIT
II
INGREDIENTS OF CONCRETE
Cement

Chemical composition, hydration, heat of hydration, hydrated structure, various types of
cement, testing of cement a
s per Indian standard.
Aggregates

Function in concrete, classification, effect of geometry & texture, strength, mechanical
properties, moisture content, water absorption, bulking of sand, deleterious substances, sieve analysis,
various grading and grading
requirements, sampling & testing as per Indian Standards.
Water

General Requirements & limiting values of impurities.
Admixtures

Additives and admixtures, types, need and benefits
Mineral admixture

Fly ash, silica fume, blast furnace slag, and other po
zzolanic materials.
Chemical admixtures

Accelerator, retarder, water reducing elements, plasticizer and super

plasticizer,
their functions and dosage.
UNIT
III
FRESH CONCRETE
: Methods of mixing, transporting and placing of concrete. Workability
–
Defini
tion and need, factors affecting workability, various tests as per IS ad ASTM. Segregation and
bleeding, stiffening, re

tempering. Curing: necessity and various methods, microcracking.
UNIT
IV
HARDENED CONCRETE
–
Compressive and tensile strength and their
relationship, various tests as
per IS and ASTM. Factors affecting strength
–
water cement ratio, gel space ratio, aggregate cement
ratio, properties of ingredients, and effect of age, maturity, and aggregate cement

paste interface
various finishes of conc
rete. Introduction to aspects of elasticity, shrinkage and creep. Tests for strength
of concrete: Destructive, semi destructive and non

destructive tests with their limitations, test methods
as per IS and ASTM.
UNIT
V
DURABILITY AND PERMEABILITY OF CONCR
ETE:
Definitions, causes, carbonation, cracking
UNIT
VI
CONCRETE IN AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENT:
Alkali
–
aggregate reaction, sulphate attack,
chloride attack, acid attack, effect of sea water, special coating for water proofing, sulphate chloride and
acid att
ack, concrete for hot liquids.
UNIT
VII
SPECIAL CONCRETE
:
Review of behavior and characteristics of high strength concrete, high
performance concrete, fiber reinforced concrete, mass concrete, light weight and heavy weight
concrete, Precast concrete.
UNI
T
VIII
SPECIAL CONCRETING TECHNIQUES
:
Pumped concrete, shotcrete, underwater concrete, pre

placed concrete,
vacuum
dewatered concrete, hot and cold weather concreting, Ready mixed concrete.
UNIT
IX
CONCRETE MIX DESIGN:
Principles of mix proportioning, pro
babilistic parameters, factors
governing selection of mix. Road note

4, DOE, ACI and IS method
(10262

2009)
of concrete mix
design, Variability of test results, acceptance criteria, various IS code provisions.
UNIT
X
REPAIR AND REHABILITATION:
Distress i
n structure
–
causes and precautions, damage
assessment of structural elements, repairing techniques and repairing materials.
TERM WORK
I
(
A) Term work shall consist of tests on cement and aggregate, fresh concrete and hardened concrete. It
includes dest
ructive, partial destructive and non

destructive tests.
(B) Term work shall include report on topic assigned by respective lab in

charge.
(C) Term work shall include field visit and students will have to submit a report on it.
(D) Oral/Practical marks inc
lude viva

voce on practical performed and submitted reports.
REFERENCE BOOKS
:
I
A.M.Neville ; Properties of Concrete
II
D.F.Orchard; Concrete Technology
III
P Kumar Mehta, Monteiro; Concrete Technology
IV
A R Santhakumar; Concrete Technology
V
M S
Shetty; Concrete Technology
VI
M L Gambhir; Concrete Technology
VII
IS CODE 456:2000
, IS 383

1917, IS 10262

2009
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