Department of Applied Mechanics M.E. ( Structural Engineering)

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Department of Applied Mechanics

M.E. ( Structural Engineering)


Scheme of Instructions and Evaluation

Coarse

Name of the Subjects

Teaching Scheme
(hrs/week)

Scheme of Evaluation (Marks)

L

P

Total

Credits

Theory

Term

Work

Pract
./

Viva
-
voce

Total

Te
st

Assign.

ESE

Semester
-
I

AM
-
501

Theory of Elasticity and
Plasticity

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
502

Structural Analysis
-
I

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
503

Cement and Concrete
Composites

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
504

Computational
Techniques

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
505
to 507

Elective
-
I

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
508

Lab.
-

Concrete
Technology


2

2




25

25

50

AM
-
509

Seminar
-
I


2

2




25

25

50


Total of Semester
-
I

20

4

24

100

100

300

50

50

600

Semester
-
II

AM
-
510

Theory of Plates and
Shells

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
511

Structural Analysis
-
II

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
512

Finite Element Analysis
of Structures

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
513

Structural Dynamics
and Earthquake
Engineering

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
514
to 516

Elective
-
II

4


4

20

20

60



100

AM
-
517

Lab.
-

Comput
er Aided
Analysis and Design


2

2




25

25

50

AM
-
518

Seminar
-
II


2

2




25

25

50


Total of Semester
-
II

20

4

24

100

100

300

50

50

600

Semester
-
III

AM
-
601

Dissertation
-
I


24

24




50

50

100

Semester
-
IV

AM
-
602

Dissertation
-
II


24

24




50

150

200


Gran
d Total

40

96

96

200

200

600

200

300

1500

Elective
-
I is to be chosen from the following:
-

AM
-
505 Theory of Elastic Stability.

AM
-
506 Prestressed Concrete

AM
-
507 Design of Advance RCC structures.


Elective
-
II is to be chosen from the following:
-

AM
-
514

Experimental Stress Analysis.

AM
-
515 Plastic Analysis and Design of Steel Structures.

AM
-
516 Inelastic Analysis of Plates.


2

SEMESTER

I


AM
-
501: Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week





Test: 2
0 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



State of stress at a point in three dimensional elasticity, Principal Stresses, Octahedral Stresses,
Strain at a point, Equilibrium and Compatibility Conditions, Generalized Hooke’s Law


Plane stress
-

plane

strain, Equations of equilibrium in two dimensions, Compatibility of strain,
Boundary conditions, Governing Differential equation in Cartesian co
-
ordinates, Airy’s Stress
Function, Two dimensional problems in rectangular co
-
ordinates



Solution of two dim
ensional problems in polar co
-
ordinates, Stress distribution in radially
symmetric problems, effect of circular hole, Concentrated force acting on a beam, Stress on
Circular Disc



Basic concepts of plasticity, Stress
-
strain equations, Yield criteria, Flo
w and deformation
theories
-

Tresca, Von Mises, St. Venant’s theory of plastic flow, Geometrical representation.


Plane stress and plane strain problems related to plasticity , Theoretical problems of torsion,
bending of

bars, Examples of tube under press
ure, Application to circular plates.


Assignment: It Shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory .


Reference books :


1

Theory of Elasticity ………….. .. Timoshenko and Goodier

2. Theo
ry of Plasticity ………….. Johnson and Miller

3. An Introduction to Plasticity

G.C. Spencer

3.

Introduction to Mechanics of Solids……….. Venkatraman and Patel

4.

Theory of problems of continuum Mechanics … . G.F. Masse














3

AM
-
502: Structural Analysis


I

Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



Beams on elastic foundation, infinite, semi
-
infinite and finite beams, Plates on elastic
foundati
on,


Analysis of shear walls, Analysis of beam curved in plan


Multistoried buildings: Portal Method, Cantilever Method,. Principle of multiple and
substitute frame method of analysis.


Secondary Stresses in Frames and Trusses


Introduction to Structural O
ptimization



Assignment shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.


Reference books :

1.

Beams on Elastic Foundation




M.Hetenyi

2.

Moment Distribution. …………………………… .E. Lightfoot

3.

Indeterminate Structural Analy
sis …………………C.K. Wang

4.

Advanced Theory of Structures



Sinha and Gayen

5.

Structural Analysis





Ghali and Neville



6.

Optimization Theory and Applications ……………S. S. Rao.



AM
-
503: Cement and Concrete Composites


Teaching Scheme







Exami
nation Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks





Types of Cementitious materials, Types and properties of Chemical Admixtures,
compatibility with cement, Natural and Artificial sand



Fresh Concrete: Rh
eology, Workability, Cohesiveness, Segregation, Temperature, Air
Content, Hardened Concrete: Factors affecting properties of concrete, Strength, Elasticity,
Shrinkage, Creep and Durability of concrete, Testing of Concrete: Destructive and
nondestructive t
ests



Methods of Concrete mix proportioning: IS 10262, ACI method, British method and their
relative merits and demerits. Quality control of concrete, Statistical aspects



High Performance Concrete: Materials, properties, Mix proportioning, Ready Mix

Concrete,

Self Compacting Concrete: Materials, properties, Mix proportioning


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Concrete Composite: Various types of Fibers used in concrete, Law of Mixtures, Halpin
-
Tsai
Equations for evaluation of elastic constants, Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Concre
te (FRC)
in Tension, Compression, Flexure, shear, Fatigue and Impact, Durability aspects of FRC.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above
theory.


Reference Books:

1.

Concrete Making Materials



Sandor

Popovics


2.

Properties of concrete ………………… A. M. Neville, Neville and Brooks.

3.

Concrete Technology




M.S. Shetty


4.

Chemistry of Cement and concrete …… F. M. Lee.

5.

Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites Balaguru P.N. and Shah S.P.

6.

Fiber Cements and F
iber Concretes Hannant D.J.

7.

Handbook of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beaudoin J.J.


AM
-
504: Computational Techniques :


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks


Solut
ion of systems of Linear and nonlinear algebraic equations. Relaxation and iteration
techniques.

Solution of differential equations, initial and two point boundary value problems. Eigen value
problems.



Numerical Solution of Differential Equations by Eu
ler’s Method, Taylor Series Method,
Runge
-
Kutta Method, Finite difference method applied to beams, slabs and shells.


Numerical Integration: Simpson’s rule, Trapezoidal formula, Gauss Quadrature



Regression Analysis: Curve fitting, Linear, polynomial, po
wer, Logarithmic, exponential and
trigonometric



Computer Programming and applications to the problems based on above theory


Assignment:

It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.




Reference Books :

1.

Ad
vance Engineering Mathematics …………………. ……… Kreyszig

2.

Numerical and Matrix Method in Structural Mechanics Wang

3. Numerical Methods for Engineers ….Chapra and Canale

4. Numerical Methods in FORTRAN ….

McCormick and Solvadori







5

AM
-
5
05 (Elective 1) Theory of Elastic Stability


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks


General Principles of Elastic Stability of Framed Structures, Static and Dynamic,Buckling

of
Columns by energy criteria of Stability and approximate methods.



Mathematical Treatment of Stability problem: Critical loads for discrete systems
-

Discrete
eigen value problem, buckling of continuous system.


Buckling of thin walled members of Open
Cross
-
sections: Torsion of thin walled bars, warping,
non uniform torsion, Combined bending and torsional buckling



Lateral buckling of beams, beams under pure bending, cantilever and simply supported beams
of rectangular and I
-
Section, Energy methods,

Solution of simple problems.



Buckling of rectangular plates with various boundary and loading conditions

Buckling of Cylindrical Shell: Introduction to axially compressed cylindrical shell.


Assignment:
It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorial
s/problems based on the


above theory.


Reference:

1. Theory of Elastic Stability by



Timoshenko and Gere

2. Engineering Analysis by




Crandall

3. Buckling of Metal Structures by



F. Bleich

4. Principles of Structural Stability Theory by

Chajes









AM
-
506 (Elective


I )Prestressed Concrete


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks






High grade concrete and high tensile steel, methods of prestressing, anchor
ages.

Analysis and design of continuous beam and frames and box type sections.



Analysis and design of End blocks,

Failure of prestressed concrete members.


Design of Section on the basis of failure & limits states.



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Design of transmission poles,
pipes, sleepers, water tank and bridges. Partial prestressing. Use
of non
-

prestressed reinforcement precast construction.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Prestressed Co
ncrete …………………………………….. T.Y.Lin

2.

Prestressed Concrete …………………………………….. Evans Bennet

3.

Limit state design of Prestressed Concrete ……………… Y.Guyon

4.

Prestressed Concrete ……………………………………. N. Krishna Raju



AM
-
507 (Elective
-
1) Design of Advance R.C.C. Structur
es


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



Limit State design of indeterminate structures, yield line theory


Application of working stress method and Limit state design o
f bunkers, silos, spherical and
conical domes,


Design of liquid retraining structures, chimneys, cooling towers and beams curved in plan.


Prestressed Concrete: Design of sections on the basis of of limit state calculations.


Prestressed concrete compos
ite beams, continuous beams and frames, slabs, precast
construction.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Reinforced Concrete Vol.II ……………………………….. Jain & Jaikrishna

2.

Prestre
ss Concrete ……………………………………… Krishna Raju N.

3.

Limit State Design of Prestressed Concrete ………….. Guyon Y.



AM
-
508 Laboratory
-

Concrete Technology


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Practicals: 2 hrs/week





Term Work: 25 Marks










Pract/ V
iva
-
Voce: 25 Marks


The term work shall consist of a record of laboratory experiments performed during the
semester. The list of the experiments is mentioned below.

1.

Study of the effect of w/c ratio on workability and strength of concrete

2.

Study of the effec
t of aggregate cement ratio on workability and strength of concrete

3.

Study of the effect of fine to coarse aggregate ratio on workability, cohesiveness and
permeability of concrete


7

4.

Comparative study of ACI 211.1.91, DOE(1988) and IS 10262
-
1982 methods of co
ncrete
mix proportioning

5.

Determination of Modulus of elasticity of concrete

6.

A study of correlation between cube strength, cylindrical strength, split strength and
modulus of rupture of concrete of a particular grade.

7.

Demonstration Experiments on Non
-

Destr
uctive testing of concrete

Viva
-
voce Examination based on the record of experiments submitted by the candidate shall be
conducted by the two internal examiners appointed by the Head of the department.


AM
-
509 Seminar


I


Teaching Scheme







Examination

Scheme


Practicals: 2 hrs/week





Term Work: 25 Marks










Pract/ Viva
-
Voce: 25 Marks



Seminar at the end of I
st

semester shall consist of submission of a technical report in a
prescribed format based on the reviewed literature from vari
ous sources on current topic. The
candidate will deliver a talk on the topic and the assessment will be made on the basis of the
term work and the talk thereon, by two internal examiners one of whom will be the guide and
other appointed by the Head of the
department.







SEMESTER
-
II


AM
-
510

Theory of Plates and Shells


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks




Introduction to thin plates under small deflection, Kirchoff’s s
mall deflection theory, Strain
displacement , stress
-
displacement and force
-
displacement relationships,


Rectangular plates, differential equation, solution of simply supported plates under in plane
and lateral loading, Navier and Lavy’s Solution. Use of F
inite difference and finite element
method



Symmetrical bending of circular plates, differential equation, uniformly loaded and
concentrically loaded plates with various boundary conditions


Classification of shells, Type of surfaces, structural characte
ristics, geometrical criteria for
different shells. Basic equations of membrane analysis of shells of revolution, circular
cylindrical shell, elliptical, hyperbolic and paraboloidal shells.



8

Bending theory of analysis of shell, Structural behavior of folde
d plates, equation of three
shears
-

Simpson and Whitney’s method.



Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above
theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Theory of Plates and Shells ………………………… Timoshenko and Kreiger

2.

Design o
f R.C.Shell roofs ………………………….. G. S. Ramaswamy

3.

Theory of Analysis of Plates ……………………….. R. S. Szilard




AM
-
511 Structural Analysis


II




Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE:

60 Marks


Revision of Matrix methods of frame analysis. Basic concept and comparison of Flexibility
and stiffness methods



Analysis of frames, trusses, space frames and grids using flexibility matrix method.



Analysis of frames, trusses, space frames

and grids using stiffness matrix method.


Computer oriented direct stiffness method, assembly of stiffness matrices, storage techniques



Substructure analysis techniques


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on

the above
theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Analysis of Framed Structures …………………… J. M. Gere & Jr. W. Weaver

2.

Basic Concept of Structural Analysis …………… F. W. Beaufait

3.

Matrix Computer Analysis of structures ……….. M. F. Rubinstein

4.

Matrix, FEM and Structural A
nalysis …………….M. Mukhopadhyay.








AM
-
512 Finite Element Analysis of Structures



Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks


9

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks

Basic equations from solid
mechanics, strain
-
displacement and stress strain relations (Plane
stress and plane stress conditions). Principle of virtual work, minimum potential energy.
Rayleigh


Ritz method.


General principles of finite element method, discretization of continuum n
umbering of nodes
for minimum bandwidth, overall striffness and solution of unknown displacement using
Gauss elimination technique.



Pascal’s triangle, Selection for the order of polynomial, convergence requirements,
compatibility, conforming and non
-
con
forming elements, shape functions, Natural
coordinate system.


Basic elements : Concept of single element one dimensional element, two dimensional
elements of triangular and quadrilateral shapes. Elements for plane stress and plane strain
conditions.


I
soparametric elements, numerical integration, Gauss quadrature, plate bending elements of
triangular and quadrilateral shapes, cylindrical, thin shell elements, Introduction to 3
dimensional and axi
-
symetrical cases. Transformation of matrices from local t
o global axes.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above
theory.


Reference Books :


1.

The Finite Element Method in Engineering Science …. O. C. Zienkiewics

2.

Concept and application of Finite Element Analysis
…. R. D. Cook

3.

Introduction to F.E.M. …………………………………. Desai & Abel


AM
-
513 Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



System wit
h single degree of freedom, natural frequency, time period, damping, Forced
Oscillations: trigonometric forcing functions, impulse, rectangular functions. Response of
structures, dynamic application factor, critical, under and over damping.


Multi
-
degre
e Freedom Systems: Formulation of problem, structural property matrices. Modal
analysis, Stodola
-

Vianello and Holzer methods. Application to multistory frames with rigid
girders.




Distributed mass system: Application to beam problems, Rayleigh
-
Ritz so
lutions, Natural
frequencies of frames.



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Elementary concept of earthquakes: Nature of loading due to earthquakes, response of
structures, deterministic and stochastic approach.


Earthquake resistant structures: IS Code provisions and applications to buil
ding frames,
dams, retaining walls, stack like structures, water tanks (ESR and GSR).


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above
theory.


Reference Books:

1.

Dynamics of Structures ………………… R W. Cloug
h and J. Penzien.

2.

Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering …. .N. W. Newman and E. Rosenblueth.

3.

Dynamics of Structures ……………… A K Chopra.

4.

Masonry and Timber Structures including

Earthquake Resistant Design. ………………. .A S Arya.

5.

Earthquake En
gineering ….. ………………. . R. L .Wiegel.

6.

Design of multistoried buildings for Earthquake

Ground motions. ……………… .Blume, Newmark and Corning.


7. Structural Dynamics ………………. Mario Paz.


8. IS Codes: 1
893, 42326, 13920 , Web sites:
www.nicee.org
,
www.bmtpc.org
,






A
M
-
514 (Elective


II ) Experimental Stress Analysis

Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/w
eek






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



Strain measurement: mechanical, optical acoustical strain gauges. Electrical resistance strain
gauges, strain rosettes.



Photo elasticity


Light and optics as related to photoelasticity, th
eory of photo elastic model
materials, analysis techniques. Separation and compensation methods. Introduction to 3
-
dimensional photoelasticity.


Brittle coating method, materials, advantages and disadvantages, formation of coating stress,
failure theories,

the crack visible,


Methods of measuring sensitivity like cantilever calibration, determination of ultimate strength,
refrigeration techniques, relaxation techniques, double crack pattern analysis of brittle coating
data.


Introduction to moiré fringe t
echniques of stress analysis.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Experimental Stress Analysis ………………… Dalley and Rilley

2.

Experimental Stress Analysis and motion

Measurement.

……………………………….. P.H.Adams & R.C.Dave


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3.

Hand book of experimental stress analysis ….. M.Hetney


AM
-
515 ( Elective


II ) Plastic Analysis & Design of Steel Structures

:


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks


Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks

Yield condition and concepts of simple plastic collapse.



Idealization, collapse criteria, virtual work in elastic and plastic state.


Theorems of plastic collapse, Methods of analysis of design, Application to pla
nar and simple
space structures. Deflection at collapse.


Minimum weight analysis. Variable repeated loads, combined stress problems.


Introduction to elastic stability.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of innovative tutorials/problems based on th
e above theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Steel Skeleton Vol. II …………………………. J. F. Baker

2.

Plastic Method of Structural Analysis ………. B. G. Neal

3.

Plastic Analysis of Structures……………….. P.G. Hodge (Jr)



AM
-
516 (Elective


II) Inelastic Analysis of Plates


Teac
hing Scheme







Examination Scheme


Lectures: 4 hrs/week






Test: 20 Marks

Assignment: 20 Marks

ESE: 60 Marks



Limit analysis of plates, lower bound and upper bound solutions,


Ultimate strength of reinforced concrete slabs,



Yield line an
alysis by the work method and equilibrium method, Isotropic and orthotropic
reinforcement.


Strip method for analysis of R.C. slabs.



Estimation of deflections in R.C slabs. Load test and acceptance criteria.


Assignment: It shall consist of a set of
innovative tutorials/problems based on the above theory.


Reference Books :

1.

Plastic and elastic design of slabs and plates …………. R. H. Wood

2.

Yield line analysis of slabs. …………………………… L. L. Jones


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3.

IS 456
-
2000: Code of practice for plain and R. C. B
IS, New Delhi.


AM
-
517 Computer Aided Analysis and Design Laboratory


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Practicals: 2 hrs/week





Term Work: 25 Marks










Pract/ Viva
-
Voce: 25 Marks


The term work shall consist of a record of solution of pro
blems from the list as mentioned
below.


1. Introduction to application Softwares: STAAD, MIDAS, SAP, ETAB, ESR
-
GSR, etc.
Illustration with simple examples

2. Application of Software for the analysis and design of RC members: Beams, Slab, Column,
Footin
gs, Retaining walls, Water Tanks

3. Application of Software for the analysis and design of Steel Structures: Plate Girder, Trusses
for roof and Bridges, Pin Jointed Space Frame


Viva
-
voce Examination based on the record of experiments submitted by the can
didate shall be
conducted by the two internal examiners appointed by the Head of the department.



AM
-
518 SEMINAR


II


Teaching Scheme







Examination Scheme


Practicals: 2 hrs/week





Term Work: 25 Marks










Pract/ Viva
-
Voce: 25 Marks


Seminar
at the end of II
nd

semester shall consist of submission of a technical report in a
prescribed format based on the reviewed literature from various sources on current topic chosen
by the candidate for his/her dissertation. The candidate will deliver a ta
lk thereon which will be
assessed by two internal examiners one of whom will be the guide and other appointed by the
Head of the department.



AM
-
601 Dissertation

Part I :


It shall consist of submission of report in a prescribed format based on a compreh
ensive and
critical review of literature related to the topic selected for dissertation. Report should cover
Introduction, Literature Review, Objective and Scope of Investigation and Pilot studies carried
out during the semester. The candidate will delive
r a talk thereon which will be assessed by two
internal examiners one of whom will be the guide and other appointed by the head of the
department





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AM
-
602 Dissertation Part II:



The dissertation shall consist of research work done by the candidate or
a comprehensive and
critical review of any recent development in the subject or a detailed report of project work
consisting of a design and / or development work that the candidate has executed in continuation
with report submitted by the candidate in Dis
sertation Part
-
I.


The examinee shall submit five copies of the dissertation to the Head of the institution
duly certified that the work has been satisfactorily completed.


Submission:

The dissertation shall be eligible for submission only after

(1)

A succes
sful pre
-
synopsis presentation of the work before faculty members of the
department including guide.

(2)

After publication/acceptance of full paper in a journal or conference.

TERM WORK
: The dissertation will be assessed by two examiners appointed by the Cont
roller
of Examination, one of whom will be the guide and the second examiner shall be from other
university area.


Practical Examination
: Shall consist of a defense presented by the examinee on his/her work in
the presence of teachers and students and two
examiners appointed by the university. One of
whom will be the guide and the second examiner shall be from other university area.