Course Outline: SOLID MECHANICS

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Course Name

:

SOLID MECHANICS

Course Code

: EN
N

201 Credit


:

4 LTP

:

4 0 0

Prerequisites:

Lecture wise breakup






No. of Lectures

PROPERTIES OF MATERIAL:







(03)

Introduction, uni
-
axial tension test, idealized stress
-

strain dia
grams, isotropic linear
elastic, visco
-
elastic and plastic materials, compression test, impact test, fatigue test,
torsion and bending test.


SIMPLE STRESSES & STRAINS:






(08)

Concept of stresses and strains, relationship between elastic constants, exte
nsion of
uniform bar & tapered bar under its own weight and due to load applied, stresses
produced in compound bars due to axial to loads, thermal stresses, resultant stress and
strain circle, principal stresses determined from principal strain.


SHEAR FOR
CE AND BENDING MOMENT IN BEAMS



(07)

Shear force, bending moment, Relation between W.F and SF and B.M. diagram of
various beams under various types of loading.


BENDING AND SHEAR STRESSES IN BAEMS




(08)

Pure bending ,bending stresses, eccentric loading
combined bending and direct stresses ,
Middle Third and middle quarter rule, composite beams, Variation of shear stresses in
various cross
-
sectional beams.


ANALYSIS OF PLANE FRAMES







(06)

Analysis of simple plane frames, frames of different types, for
ce analysis of plane frames
by method of joints and section.


TORSION










(05)

Torsion equation for circular shaft , shafts under action of varying torque, determination
of principal stresses and maximum shear stresses in circular shaft due to combine
d
bending and torsion, torsion of composite shafts.


COLUMNS & STRUTS








(06)

Definitions and examples of instability ;criteria for stability of equilibrium ,Euler’s theory
of buckling of columns, Euler’s equation for various end restraints, Rankine fo
rmula,
eccentrically loaded struts, struts with initial curvature, lateral stability of beams ; struts
with lateral loading.


DEFLECTION OF BEAMS







(07)

Deflection by calculus, Maculay’s methods, Moment area method, method of deflection
coefficient, de
flection due to shear of various beams under the action of various loading
conditions; built in and propped beams.



BOOKS:

1.

An introduction to the Mechanics of Solids
-
Crandall & Dahi (McGraw Hill)

REFERENCES;

1.

Strength of Materials
-
GH Ryder (MacMillan)

2.

Mech
anics of Solids
-
E.P. Popav (Pearson Education)

3. Mechanics of Materials by E.J. Hearn


Course Name

: GEO INFORMATICS







Course Code


: CE 2
1
1

Credits

: 4



L T P


: 4 0 0

Pre requisite

: NIL

Lecture wise Break
up






No. of Lectures

INTRODUCTION
:








(3)

Primary Divis
io
ns of Surveying, Classification, Basic Principles, Basic Measurements,
Instruments used for different measurements, Basic methods used in Surveying
,Difference between a Plan & a Map, Sca
le of Map.









LINEAR MEASUREMENTS:







(3)

Methods for Linear measurements, Surveying Chains & Tapes, Instruments for Chaining
& Taping, Ranging
out, Chain & Tape Correction.





TRAVERSING:









(4)

Methods & Types of Traverse, Types of Meridians, Types & Designation of Bearings,
Calculation of Angles & B
earings, Prismatic Compass, Local Attraction, Plotting of a
Compass Traverse.




THEODOLITE TRAVERSE
:







(6)

Basic Definition, Introduction to Theodolite , Selection of Traverse Station , Linear &
Angular Measurement,
GALE’S

Traverse T
able, Checks in Traverse, Calculation of
Independent Co
-
ordinates, Plotting of Theodolite Traverse









LEVELING
:










(5)

Basic Definition, Methods of Leveling , Classification of Leveling, Level & Leveling
staff,
Basic Principles and Terms used for Leveling, Methods for Reducing Levels.




LEVELING PRACTICE & CONTOURING:





(3)

Profile and Cross Section Leveling ,Contouring , Contour Interval, Ch
aracteristics of
Contours , Methods of Locating Contour, Interpolation of Contours.




PLANE TABLING
:










(3)

Principles of Plane Tabling, Basic Definition, Instruments used, Methods of Plane
Tabling, Two point
and three point problem.




TACHOMETRIC SURVEY
:







(4)

Tachometer, Stadia Rods, Basic System of Tachometric , Measurements,

Determination
of Constants K & C, Tangential method of Tachometry, Self Reducing Tachometer. Uses
of Tachometry.



GEODETIC TRIANGULATION:






(7)

Classification of Triangulation System, Triangulation Figures or Systems, Strength of
Figure, Routine of Triangulation Survey, Base line measurement , Tape corrections,
Measurement of Horizontal angles, Satellite

Station.



CURVES:










(10)

Definitions & Notations, Designation of Curve, Element of Simple Circular Cur
ve,
Methods for setting out Simple Circular Curves, Elements of a compound curve,
Relation between the parts of a compound curve, Methods for setting out a compound
curve, Elements of a Reverse curve, Method for setting out a Reverse curve


INTRODUCTION TO MODERN INSTRUMENTS
:




(3)

Auto Level, EDM, Electronic Theodolite and Total Station etc.


BOOKS

:

1.

Dr. K.R. Arora, Surveying Vol II & III Standard Book House, New Delhi.

2.

Dr. B.C. Punmia, A.K. Jain & Jain. Survey
ing Vol. II & III Luxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi

3.

Dr. S.K.Duggal: Surveying Vol. II Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.



REFERENCES

1.

J.B.
Mackie, the Elements of Astronomy for Surveys, Charles Griffin &
Company Ltd. High Wycombe, England.

2.

C.D.
Bwmside,

Electromagnetic, Distance measurement, Crossby, Lockwood
& Sons Ltd. London.

3.

Shri Y.R. Nagraga & A.Veeraragavan; Surveying Vol. I, Nem Chand Bros.,
Roorkee.


CE: 2
1
1
H GEO INFORMATICS

In ad
dition to the contents of CE 2
1
1

the additional topics

to be take
n up are
:

1.

Design of transition curve.

2.

Topographical map preparation of a small area using modern instrument.

3.

Determination of Control Points Coordinates Using GPS.

Course Name

:
BUILDING CONSTRUCTIO
N & ESTIMATION





Course Code

: CE

2
1
2

Credits

: 4



L T P


: 4 0 0

Pre requisite

: NIL

Lecture wise Breakup






No. of Lectures

INTRODUCTION TO BUIL
DING MATERIALS:




(4)

Bricks, Ce
ment,
C
oncrete, Timber.










FOUNDATIONS:








(4)


Bearing capacity,
Te
rms used,
Spread, Pile and Pier

foundations & their suitability








MASONRY
:









(3)

Brick
Masonry: Terminology,

Types of Bonds,

En
glish and Double Flemish Bond
and their Merits and Demerits. Hollow
Block Masonry


WALLS & DAMP PROOFING
:






(3)


Damp Proofing,

ca
uses & effects and Remedial
measures
,
D.P.C. of

s
unken areas
,
types of walls, Load bearing and non
-
load bearing walls.

DOORS,

WINDOWS, LINTEL & ARCHES
:





(3)

Terminology, Types of doors and windows & Types of Lintel and Arches.

FLOORS
:










(2)


Concrete & Terrazzo Flooring, Mosaic Flo
oring & Construction Details

STAIRS & STAIR
CASES
:







(2)

Terms used, Different Types of stair cases, Proportioning, Dog
-
legged , half
-

turn and
quarter turn stairs, R.C.C, steel and Timbe
r stair cases.








ROOFS & ROOF COVERINGS
:






(2)


Terms used, Flat, R.C.C, Wooden & R.C.C. roofs, Pitched and Sloping roofs, King
Post & Queen Post Truss.






ESTIMATES
:









(7)

Types of Rough & Detailed estimates
--

Two Roomed Building, Est
imation of
quantities of earth work of roads.

CONTRACTS & TENDERS WITH P
.
W
.
D
.

ACCOUNTS
:



(3)

Earnest money and Security money, lump
-
sum contract, Labour contract.

RATE ANALYSIS & SPECIFICATION
:





(3)

Rates of Materials
& Labours, Preparing analy
sis of
rates.







VALUATION AND RENT FIXATION
:





(4)

Gross income,
Net
-
income, Outgoings, Scrap Value, Salvage value , Annuity,
Fixation of Rent, Plinth area required for Residential Buildings, Depreciation,
Examples of Rent Fixation









BUILDING BY

LAWS
:








(2)

Role, Local Bye
-
laws in the city & Architectural Controls, Façade control and Zoning
Plans.




DRAWING

WORK
:









(8)

Detailed drawings of different types of foundations, bonds in masonry, D.P.C. details,
stair cases and miscellaneou
s construction details.






CE: 2
1
2 H
BUILDING CONSTRUCTIO
N & ESTIMATION

In ad
dition to the contents of CE 2
1
2
the additional topics

to be taken up are
:



1.

Detailed Project Report of a Multistory Building with Foundation, Staircase,
Lift Well, Ramp, Ret
aining Wall etc.

2.

Estimate and B.O.Q. of a Two Storied Building/ Industry Project.


Course Name

:

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING
-
I

Course No.

: CE
2
1
3

Credits

:
4

Design Point : 2
LTP :

4 0 0

Pre
-
req
uisite

:

-
------


Lecture w
ise breakup






No
.

of lecture
s


INTRODUCTION








(05)



Highway planning
-

basic principles, road development and planning in India; Highway
alignment and Surveys.




GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF
HIGHWAYS





(11
)



Design of cross
-
section elements, Sight Dis
tances, Design of horizontal and vertical
alignments.




























TRAFFIC STUDIES









(10
)


Traffic studies and their presentation, PCU and axle load survey, highway safety
measures





HIGHWAY MATERIALS AN
D CONSTRU
CTION




(07)



Aggregates and their characterization, Bituminous materials, tests on Aggregates and
Bituminous materials; Construction Procedure for WBM, Bituminous Bound macadam,
Bituminous concrete and Cement Concrete roads.





PAVEMENT DESIGN








(09)


Classification

of

pavements and design factors; Design methods of flexible and Rigid
pavements.




HIGHWAY DRAINAGE AND

BRIDGE SELECTION




(04)

Longitudinal and cross drainage, selection of bridge type.





HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE







(04)

General cau
ses of pavement failure, failures in flexible and rigid pavements and their
maintenance.




BOOKS:

1.

Kadiyali, L. R., Highway Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi

2.

Khanna, S. K. and Justo, C. E. G. Highway Engineering,

Nemchand Bros.,
Roorkee.

Vict
or D.J., Essential of Bridge Engineering.

.

REFERENCES:

1.

Papacostas, C. S. (1987). Fundamentals of Transportation, Engineering, Prentice
Hall of India, New Delhi.

2.

Morlok, E. R. (1970). An Introduction to Transportation

Engineering and
Planning,



McGr
aw Hill Kagakusha, International Student Edition..

3.

Huang, Y. H. (1993). Pavement analysis and Design. Prentice Hall, Englewood
Cliffs,



New Jersey.

4.

Rao G.V., Transportation Engineering, TataMcGraw Hill Publisher, New Delhi


CE 2
1
3H TRANSPORTATION EN
GINEERING
-
I

In a
ddition to the contents of CE 2
1
3 the additional topics to be taken up are:

1.

Design of Flexible Pavement a
s per Given Data

2.

Evaluation of Level of Service

a
s per Highway Capacity Manual

3.

Design of Rigid Pavement for a g
iven
l
ocation.


Course Name

:

FLUID MECHANICS

Course Code

:EN
N

202 Credit

:

4 LTP


:

4 0 0

Prerequisites:


Nil

Lecture wise breakup






No. of Lectures


INTRODUCTION:









(6)

Fluids, definition of fluids, the science of fluid mechanics, fluid p
roperties, viscosity,
capillarity, Surface tension, compressibility, normal and shear stresses in fluid flows,
Regimes of flow.


FLUID STATICS




(6)

Types of forces on a fluid sy
stem, Pascal’s Law of measurement of pressure ,
manometers and gauges, numerical problems, forces on partially and fully submerged
bodies including that on curved surfaces, numerical problems, Buoyancy, stability of
floating bodies, centre of gravity, Met
a centric heights.

DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF FLUID MOTION

(Kinematics of fluid flow)












(6)


Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, description of properties in a moving fluid, local
material rate of change , graphical description ; Streamlines, Path
lines, Streak lines,
Laplace equation, Stream function, velocity potential , flownet.


CONSERVATION OF MASS AND MOMENTUM




(4)

Equation of conservation of mass, special forms for mass conservation equation,
differential form of continuity equation. Exter
nal forces, linear momentum and angular
momentum, momentum theorem, moment of momentum theorem.


EQUATION OF FLUID MOTION AND ENERGY EQUATION


(4)

Equation of motion , stress at a point, rate of deformation of a fluid element, stress in
Newtonian fluids, e
quation of motion for incompressible flows, Euler’s equation of
motion, Bernoulli’s equation , simple application to one dimensional flow.


FLOW THROUGH PIPES








(4)

Introduction, energy and hydraulics grade line, non
-
dimensional formulation of the
pipe
flow problem, head losses in pipes & pipe fittings, pipe in series & parallel , reservoir
problem.


INTRODUCTION TO VISCOUS FLOWS
:





(6)

Pressure gradient in steady uniform flow, flow between parallel plates, Qualitative
aspects of viscous flows, N
avier Stokes equation, (w/o derivation), : Plane poiseuille
flow, coutte flow, Hagen
-
Poiseulli’s flow, Transition from laminar to turbulent flow,
turbulent flow in circular pipe.



DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SIMILITUDE




(6)

Buckingham’s Theorem, non
-
dimen
sional groups, Geometric, Kinematics and Dynamic
similarity, Applications.


FLOW MEASUREMENT








(8)

Venturimeter, orifice meter, Pitot tube, Orifices, mouth pieces, notches, weirs, Current
meter.


BOOKS:
-


1.

Gupta and Gupta, : “ Fluid Mechanics and it
s Applications” , Wiley
-

Eastern ,
1982.

2.

R.J. Grade and A.G. Mirajgaonkar, Engineering Fluid Mechanics’ Nem Chand
and Bros. Roorkee , 1980.


REFERENCES:


1.

Frank M. White,” Fluid Mechanics” , McGraw Hill.

2.

Modi and Seth “Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics
, Standard book house, New Delhi
1980.

3.

Streeter, V. L., “Fluid Mechanics” MacGraw Hill Co.

4.

Lewitt, E.H., “Hydraulics and the Mechanics of Fluids” Pitman.




Course Name


:
CHEMISTRY

Course Code No


:
CH
-
201



Cre
dits:
4

L T P :
4 0 0


Lecture wise breakup







No. of Lectures







1.

TREATMENT AND ITS ANALYSIS


Boiler feed w
ater and its problems, Water Softening techniques
-

Internal and external
treatment, Domestic Water treatment, Chemical Analysis
-

Hardness, Alkalinity, Dissolved
Oxygen, BOD, COD, Free Chlorine, Sulphates, Chloride ions , Dissolved CO
2
, TDS, TSS,
SS and rel
ated numerical problems

[
12
]

2.

CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY


Biochemical effects of As, Pb, Cd, Hg, CN.

[4]

3.

POLYMER CHEMISTRY


Classification and stereo chemistry of polymers,

Mechanism and methods of
polymerisation, Structure
-
property

relationship
,

Engineer
ing Polymer
s
-

sil
i
cones, Epoxy
resins

and c
onducting Polymers
,

[7]

4.


ALIPHATIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS


Electrophillic aromatic substitutions,
Nucleophilic aromatic substitution
-

Diazonium ions,
addition
-
e
limination:

Elimination viz benzyne form
ation.

[7]


5.

PHASE RULE


Introduction, Gibbs phase rule and its related terms, One component system
-

Water system,
Carbondioxide and
S
ulphur system. Two component system
-
Lead
-

Silver system and their
thermal analysis.

[6]

6.

TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES


C
rystal field theory and Crystal field splitting in Octahedral, tetrahedral and Square planar
complexes.

[5]

7.

LUBRICANTS


Functions of lubricant, mechanism, classification, properties and analysis of
Lubricants and related numerical problems.

[5]

8.

MOLE
CULAR SPECTROSCOPY


IR, UV and NMR Spectroscopy
-

Principle, instrumentation and applications.

[9]

Text Books:

1
.

A Textbook of Engineering Chemistry by Shashi Chawla, Dhanpat Rai & Co.Pvt.
Ltd.

Reference Books:

1.

Organic Chemistry by Robert Thornton Morri
son and Robert Neilson Boyd, 6
th

Edition 1992, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.

2.

Concise Inorganic Chemistry Vth Edition J D Lee 2003 (Chapman & Hall).

3.

Introductory Polymer Chemistry by G.S.Mishra, John Wiley & Sons, New York,
1993.

4
.

Environmental

Chemistry by A.K.De; New Age International(P) Limited, 2006

5. Modern Approach to Organic Chemistry B.Sc. Part
-

III Modern Publishers,2005


CH 201H ADDITIONAL TOPICS FOR HONOURS

Effluent treatment methods, Biochemical effects of cyanide and pesticides,
Plastics,rubbers,fibers moulding methods for M.Wt Determination, Applications of
Substitution reactions in Industrially important compounds, Organometallic compounds
and their applications, Structure determination by I.R., U.V. AND NMR Spectroscopy
.


Cours
e Name


:
CHEMISTRY LAB.

Course Code No


:
CH
-
202



Credits :
2

L T P :
0 0 3


COURSE CONTENTS
:


Volumetric analysis
-

Permanganometric titrations, Acid
-
Base titrations, Iodometric
titrations,
Complexometric titrations and Dichrometric titrations,

Analysis of
lubricants
-

Viscosity, Flash Point, , Instrumental techniques for chemical analysis


Conductometric

and potentiometric titrations, Atomic Absorption
Spectrophotometer, UV
-
Visible Spectroph
otometric,
Construction of phase diagram,
Preparation

of few inorganic complexes, organic compounds and polymers.


REFERENCE BOOKS

1.

Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 6
th

Edition by J
Mendham,




R.C.Denny, J.D.Barnes and MJK Thomas,
Pe
arson Education.


2.


Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, 7
th

Edition by G.Svehla, Pearson
Education.


3.


Essentials of Experimental Engineering Chemistry by Shashi Chawla,
Dhanpat Rai & Co.


(PVT.) LTD. New Delhi
.


4.


Applied Chemistry Theory and Practice b
y O.P.Vermani and A.K.Narula,
New Age

International (P) Limited Publishers, New Delhi
.