DESIGN OF STRUCTURES R.C.C

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DESIGN OF STRUCTURES


R.C.C

Contact Hours/ Week

:
4
+1

Credits :

4
.5

Total Lecture Hours

: 40

CIE Marks :

50

Total Tutorial Hours

:
13

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

:
CV51




MODULE


1


1.

Methods of design


Introduction to working

stress method, load factor method


limit state
method


principle of limit state design, characteristic load. Characteristic strength, partial
safety factors, stress
-
strain characteristics for concrete and steel.

6+2 Hrs.


MODULE



2


1.

Introduction to stress block parameters for limit state of collapse and limit state of serviceability


deflection and cracking

code provision, deflection control in design.


2.

Limit state design of beams


Design of rectangular (singly and doubly rei
nforced), T and L
flanged beams. Types of shear failures


design for shear strength in concrete beams, types
and design of shear reinforcement, Check for anchorage and development length, torsional
shear stress


reinforcement for torsion, calculation of
short and long term deflection in beams.


MODULE


3


1.

Limit state design of slabs


One way and two way slabs for various boundary conditions.


2.

Limit state of collapse in compression, design of axially loaded short R.C. column, design for
uniaxial and bi
axial bending using SP16.


MODULE


4


1.

Design of staircases by limit state design


Design of stairs with waist slab spanning
transversely and longitudinally.

2.

Design of footings


Loads for foundation, design basis (limit state method), design of
indepen
dent footings for axial load and uni axial moment


design of pedestal.


MODULE


5


1.

Detailing for ductility
-

Concept and need for ductility in structures located in seismic areas
-

Codal provisions.


Reference


1.

A.K.Jain, “Limit state method of design,”
Nemichand and Bros, Roorkee

2.

Unnikrishnan and Devadas Menon, “Design of reinforced concrete structures,” PHI, New Delhi

3.

Karve S.R. and Shah V.L, Limit state theory and design of reinforced concrete, Vidyarthi
prakashan, Pune

4.

Park and Paulay,” Reinforced con
crete.” John Wiley & Sons

5.

Kong and Evans, “ Reinforced and prestressed concrete,” ELBS, London

6.

P.C.Varghese, “ Limit state design of reinforced concrete, “ PHI, New Delhi

7.

IS : 456
-
1978, SP
-
24, SP
-
16.






REFERENCE BOOKS

1

A.K.Jain

Limit state method of

design Nemichand and Bros, Roorkee

2

Unnikrishnan and
Devadas Menon

Design of reinforced concrete structures, PHI, New Delhi

3

Karve S.R. and Shah V.L,

Limit state theory and design of reinforced concrete, Vidyarthi
prakashan, Pune

4

Park and Paulay

Re
inforced concrete, John Wiley & Sons

5

Kong and Evans

Reinforced and prestressed concrete, ELBS, London

6

P.C.Varghese

Limit state design of reinforced concrete, PHI, New Delhi















































STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS


II

Cont
act Hours/ Week

:
4+1

Credits :

4
.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CV5
2




MODULE


1

1.

REDUNDANT TRUSSES

1.1

Introduction

1.2

Analysis of statically indeterminate s
tructures using strain energy method.



1.3

Analysis of Redundant Frames (Redundant up to second degree)

1.4

Lack of fit in member of indeterminate Frames




10 Hrs.


MODULE


2

2.
MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD

2
.1 Introduction


2
.2 Definition of terms


2.3
Analysis of Propped cantilevers

2.4
Analysis of continuous beams


2
.5
Analysis of Single Storey portal

frame









08 Hrs.

MODULE


3


3.

KANI'S METHOD

3
.1

Introduction

3
.2

Basic concept

3
.3

Analysis of continuous beams

3
.4

Analysis of fram
es with no lateral translation of joints

3
.5 Analysis of symmetrical frames


08 Hrs.



MODULE


4


4.

MATRIX METHOD OF ANALYSIS




4
.1

Introduction

4
.2

Axes and Coordinates

4
.3

Flexibility matri
x

4
.4

Stiffness matrix

4
.5

Relation between flexibility and stiffness matrices



4
.6
System approach of flexibility method for analysis of continuous beams and




simple orthogonal frames.


MODULE


5

5.
5.
1


Sy
stem approach of stiffness method for analysis of continuous beams and simple




orthogonal frames.


08 Hrs.



TEXT BOOKS

1

Reddy C S

Basic Structural Analysis, Second
Edition, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd.,

2

S. P. Gupta, G.S Pandit
and R Gupta

Theory of Structures Vol.2, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company Ltd.,



REFERENCE BOOKS

1

J. Sterling Kinney

Indeterminate structural Analysis", Oxford & IBH Publish
ing Co.

2

Noris C.H., Wilbur J.B.,

Elementary Structural Analysis", McGraw Hill International Book
Edition

3

Ashok K. Jain

Advanced structural Analysis", Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee,
India

4

D.S. Prakash Rao

Structural Analysis", A unified approach, Unive
rsity Press

5

C.K. Wang

Intermediate Structural Analysis", McGraw Hill Publications















































ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
-

II

Contact Hours/ Week

:
03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tut
orial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CV5
3




MODULE


1


INTRODUCTION
:
General, Definitions of Some Common term
s used in Sanitary Engineering,
anitary Works, aims and objects of Sewage


Disposal.




02 hrs.


System of Sanitation :
General methods of collection, conservancy system, merits and demerits
of conservancy system, water carriage system, merits and demerits of water. Carriage system,
comparison of carriage systems and conserv
ancy system, sewerage system, merits and demerits of
separate system, merits and demerits of combined systems, comparison of separate and combined
systems, merits and demerits of partially separate system, pattern of collection system.


0
2

hrs.


Quantity o
f Sanitary Sewage :
General, source of sanitary sewage, factors affecting sanitary
sewage, additions due to infiltration, subtractions allowance, rate of water supply population. Types
of area served, determination of quantity of sanitary sewage, variation

in the quantity of sewage,
seasonal and daily variation, peak
rates of flow, minimum flow.




02 hrs.


Quantity of Storm Sewage :
General, factors affecting storm sewage, quantity of storm water,
the rational method, run
off co
-
efficient Empirical Formulae Method, Empirical formulae for rainfall
intensities, examples, time of concentration, storm sewage flow for a group of area, determination
of maximum runoff of a locality
.




02 hrs.



MODULE


2



D
esign of Sewers
:
General, estimate of sanitary sewage, design period, area, per capita sewage
flow, ground water infiltration, estimate of storm runoff, flow assumption determination of velocity
of fl
ow by empirical formulae, examples, velocity of flow velocity at maximum flow, minimum sewer
size, sewer grades, limiting velocities, sewer transitions, back water curves, force mains.
04 hrs.



Drains

& Sewers
: Open drains, drain sections, classification

of drains, sewer sections, sewer
materials, brick sewer, vitrified clays of stone ware pipes, cement concrete pipes, asbestos cement
pipes, cast iron pipes, steel pipes, plastic pipes, miscellaneous materials used for sewer
construction, sewer joints, ban
dage joint, spigot and socket joint, collar
-
joint, fust joint, filled and
poured types joints, method of making poured joints with sulphur and
sand methods making a filled
joint, other types of joints, corrosion prevention in sewers, protective barriers.



0
4

Hrs.


MODULE


3



S
ewer appurtenances
: General, manholes, drop manholes, lampholes, street inlets, flushing
tanks, catch basins or pits, sands, grease and oil traps, inverted siphon, storm water relief works,
ventilation of sewers , actu
ated gates and valves, flap gates and flood gates, measuring devices.



Construction and Maintenance of Sewers :
General, making centre lines of sewers and
positions of sewer, appurtenances, excavation of trenches, bracing and dewatering of trenches,
layin
g of sewers, jointing of sewers, hydraulic testing of pipe sewers, back filling of trenches, check
for obstruction, removal of sheeting, maintenance of sewers, causes of damage of sewers,
problems in sewer, maintenance, precaution, safety equipments, sewer

clearing equipment and
devices, preventive maintenance, cleaning of catch basins, repairs, explosions in sewers.






Pumping of sewage
: general capacity of pumping stations, types of pumping stations, location of
pumping stations, requirements of sewage

pumps, power for pumping, classification of pumps,
pheumatic ejectors, air lift pump, elements of pumping stations, structure of pump house,

preliminary and screening and grit channels, wet well, design of wet well, pump room, position of
pump
s, pipes, valves fittings, automatic control devices, location of driving units, power of driving
units, safety measures.



Characteristics and examination of sewage:
General, characteristics of sewage, physical
characteristics, chemical characteristics, b
iological characteristics, decomposition of sewage,
examination of sewage, sampling of sewage, sampling method, physical examination.


MODULE


4

Sewage Disposal
: General, m
ethods of disposal
, dilution, standard for polluted, water factors
affecting self
purification, self purification of streams, disposal of sewage in sea water, oxygen
balance, land treatment, irrigation water quality, toxic effects of sewage, advantages

and
disadvantages of Land Treatment, suitability of Land Treatment, Broad Irrigation,

Sewage Farming,
Application of Sewage, Sewage Sickness, Choice of method of disposal, impairment of soil quality,
hazard to public health, management of sewage farms.


Sewage Treatment Process :
General, object of treatment, degree of treatment, period of

design, dumping chutes for night soil, effluent disposal and utilization, types of treatments, location
of treatment plants, treatment processes, sewage treatment plants, layout of treatment plants,
points to be considered in design.


Screening and skimmi
ng:
General, purpose of screening, types of screens, bar screens, fine
screens, comminutes, other types of screens, disposal of screening, removal of oil grease etc.,
flotation, skimming tanks, disposal of skimming.


Sedimentation :
General, characteristic
s, of the settleable solids, theory of sewage sedimentation,
classification of sedimentation tanks, standard design loading, detention period, settling efficiency
of particles, sedimentation, tanks sludge removal, method of obtaining uniform flow in
sedime
ntation tanks grit, chamber disposal of grit, detritus tanks.


Chemical

Precipitation :
General, situations when used, chemical used, handling and storing of
coagulation, dosage of coagulants, feeding devices, mixing and flocculation, sedimentation,
clarif
iers, efficiency of chemical precipitation.


MODULE


5


Biological Treatment :
General, principle of biological treatment, classification of sewage filters,
intermittent sand filters, contact beds, trickling filters, types of trickling filters, constructi
on features
of trickling filters, trickling filter operation and loading, high rate filters, design of trickling filters,
gallar and gotaas equation, recirculation, recirculation factor, biofilters, humun tanks, comparision
of low rate and high rate trickl
ing, filter.


Activated sludge process :
General, the activated sludge process, activated sludge process,
variables, classification of aeration units, diffuser air units, air diffusers, air supply, mechanical
aeration units, capacity of activated sludge, q
uantity of return sludge, design loading rates, quality
of return sludge, sludge volume index, advantages and disadvantages, types of activated sludge
process, tapered aeration, step aeration, high rate treatment or modified aeration, two stage
aeration, a
ctivated aeration, reaeration, contact stabilization, complete mix, extended aeration
method, oxidation ditch, nitrification, operation of activated sludge plant, example.



Sewage sludge treatment disposal and utilization :
General, sources of sludge, pro
perties
and quantity of sludge, necessity of treatment, sludge digestion, process of anerobic sludge
digestion, digestion tank, design of digester elements, example, determination examples,
conventional digestion, multistage digestion, high rate digestion,

method of starting new digestion
tanks, digestion gas concentration sludge, gravity thickening, air flotation, dewatering of sludge,
elutriation of sludge, heat drying and incineration, drying
of sewage, sludge disposal, sludge
logooning, example.


Miscel
laneous Treatment Methods :
General, theory of oxidation pond, construction of
oxidation ponds, operation and maintenance of oxidation ponds, oxidation ditch, chlorination,
chlorine dose, application of chlorine, aerated lagoon.



TEXT BOOKS

1

S.K. Garg

Wa
ste Water Treatment
-
. Khanna Publishers

2

B.C. Punmia
&

Ashok Jain

Environmental Engineering II

3

CPHEEO

Manual of Waste water Treatment
-
, Ministry of Urban
Development, New Delhi


REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Hammer and Hammer

Water Technology

2

Howard S. Peav
y,
Donald R. Rowe, George
Techno Bano Glous

Environmental Engineering. McGraw Hill International Edition.

3

Fair, Gayer and Okun

Water and Waste water Engineering, Vol
-
II
-
, Wiley Publishers,
New York

4

Metcalf and Eddy

Waste Water Treatment, Disposal
and Reuse
-

Inc., Tata
McGraw Hill Publications (2003 Edition






























TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING
-
II

Contact Hours/ Week

:
03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. C
ode

: CV
5
5




PART
-
A (RAILWAY ENGINEERING)

Module


1

Introduction:
Role of railways in transportation, Indian Railways, selection of

routes.

Permanent way:
Introduction, requirements for an ideal permanent way, typical

cross sections o
f
single and double line B.G. tracks


in cutting , embankment and

electrified tracks. Gauges and
types of gauges with dimensions. Coning of wheels

and tilting of rails. Track stresses in rails,
sleepers, ballast and subgrade. Problems

on these. Rails func
tions requirements, types of rail
sections, length of rails, defects

in rails. Wear on rails, rail joints, welding of rails, creep of rails.

Ballast and Sleepers
:

Functions, requirements, types, track fittings and fasteners,

calculation of
quantity of mate
rials needed for laying a track. Traction and tractive

resistances, tractive power,
Haul
ing capacity. Problems on above.







12

hrs


Module
-

2

Geometric Design of Track


Necessity of Geometric Design of railway track,

gradient and types
of gradient. S
peed of train, curve, transition curve, super

elevation, cant
-

deficiency, negative cant
-

speed calculation based on Indian

Railways Formulae for High speed tracks only
-
problems on
above.











0
9

hrs


Module
-

3

Points and Cross
ing
: Necessity and its components, turnout, crossings, track junctions. Stations
and yards, marshalling yard,

l
evel crossing, Indian

Railway standards (no derivations). Equipment in
stations

and yards.








09

hrs


PART
-
B (AIRPORT
ENGINERING)


Module


4

INTRODUCTION:
Introduction to airport engineering, Recent Development by

AAI. Layout of an
airport with component parts and functions of each, Aircraft

Characteristics


Airport Classifications
-

Site selection
-

Regional Planning.

R
UNWAY DESIGN

-

Orientation of runway by using wind rose
diagram, the

runway configurations
-

basic length of the runway

corrections to runway length by

ICAO and FAA specification
-

runway cross sections
-

problems on above.



10

hrs


Module


5

TAXIWAY DESIG
N
: Factors affecting the layout of the taxiway
-
geometrics of

taxiway
-

design of Exit
taxiways
-

ICAO Specifications. Problems on above.

VISUAL AIDS
: Airport marking


lightings
-

ILS,
other navigational aids.









10

hrs


TEXT BOOKS

1

Saxena an
d Arora

Railway Engineering”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi.

2

Satish Chandra and
Agarwal M.M.

Railway Engineering” Oxford University Press, New Delhi

3

Khanna, Arora and Jain

Airport Planning and Design


Nemchand, Roorkee.



REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Agarwa
l M.M

Indian railway Track”, Jaico Publications, Bombay





HYDRAULICS AND
WATER RESOURCES
LABORATORY

Contact Hours/ Week

:
2

Credits :

1

Total Lecture Hours

:
26


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code


: CV
L51




Ex 1:

Calibration of V
-
notch

Ex 2:

Calibration of rectangular or Trapezoidal notch

Ex 3:

Calibration of Ogee weir

Ex 4:

Calibration of Broad crested weir

Ex 5:

Calibration of Venturi flume.

Ex 6:

Calibration of Venturi meter.

Ex 7:

De
termination of Darcy’s friction factor for a straight pipe.

Ex 8:

Determination of minor loss constants (Bend, Sudden contraction,



Sudden

expansion)

Ex 9:

Determination of vane coefficient for flat and hemispherical vanes.

Ex 10:

Determination

of hydraulic coefficient of a vertical orifice.

Ex 11:

Performance tests on a single stage or multi stage centrifugal pump (constant



speed)

Ex 12:

Performance tests on a Pleton wheel

Ex
13:

Performance tests on Francis or Kaplan turbine.

Ex

14:

Demonstration of working of Rain gauges
.




































CEMENT & CONCRETE
LABORATORY

Contact Hours/ Week

:
2

Credits :

1

Total Lecture Hours

:
26


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:
0

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code


: CVL52




Test on Cement

Ex 1:

Specific Gravity

Ex 2:


Air permeability test for fineness

Ex
3
:

Normal Consistency

Ex 4:


Setting Time

Ex
5
:

Soundness by Autoclave Method


Test on Cement Mortar

Ex 6:


Compressive Strength of hardened mort
ar cubes


Test on Aggregates


Test on Fresh concrete

Ex
7
:

Workability


Compaction factor, V
-
B Test, Slump cone


Test on Hardened Concrete

Ex 8:


Strength Test

































DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES

Contact Hours/ Week

:
4 + 1

Credit
s :

4.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CV61




MODULE


1


1.

INTRODUCTION:

Advantages and disadvantages of Steel structures, Loads and load
combinations, Structural form
s, Discussions of design concepts. IS code provisions, ductility
of steel.





02 Hrs.


2.

STRUCTURAL FASTENERS
: Bolted and welded connections, HSFC Bolts,
standard
notations, specifications, strength of bolts, strength of HSFC bolts, Design of bolted
connections, Bracket connections, welds
-

standard notations filet and Butt welds, Strength of
welds, Design of welded connections, Bracket connections.



07 Hrs.



MODULE


2


1.

DESIGN OF TENSION MEMBERS
: Axially loaded tension members and their connections,
design of lug angles, Design of truss ties and joints both by welded and bolted connections.




06 Hrs.


MODULE


3


1.

DESIGN OF COMPRESSION MEMBERS
: Angle struts, Columns including build up sections,
Laced and Battened systems. Design of compression members subje
cted to uni axial bending.
Column splicing, column bases, design of simple slab base, gusseted base.


14 Hrs.


MODULE


4


1. DESIGN OF FLEXURAL MEMBERS
: Simple and built up sections. Laterally supported and
unsupported compression flange. Web c
rippling and web buckling, deflection.


09 Hrs.


MODULE


5


1.

TYPES OF CONNECTIONS
: Beam to Beam, Beam to Column connections
-

bolted and
welded. Framed and seated connections (moment resistant connections not included).





07 Hrs.


TEXT BOOKS

1

Ramachandra

Design of Steel Structures", Vol. 1 & 2, Standard Book House,
New Delhi.

2

Kazim and Jindal

Design of Steel Structures
, Prentic
e Hall of India, New Delhi


REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Arya and Ajmani

Design of Steel Structures" Nem Chand Bros, Roorkee

2

R
aghupathi

Design of Steel Structures





GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
-

I

Contact Hours/ Week

:
3 + 1

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CV62




MODULE

-

1

Index properties of soils



Rock cycle and origin of soil, phase systems, weight
-
volume relationships, weight
-
weight
relationships, volume
-
vol
ume relationships, relative density, interrelationships.



Specific gravity, mechanical analysis of soil by sieve and sedimentation analysis
(Hydrometer method), consistency limits, determination of liquid, plastic & shrinkage limits.


MODULE



2


Classifica
tion of soils:
IS particle size classification, IS soil classification (detailed).


Clay mineralogy:

Clay minerals & their structures, clay water, diffuse double layer, adsorbed
water, ion
-
exchange capacity.


Compaction:
General principles, standard procto
r test, factors affecting compaction, modified
proctor test, structures of compacted cohesive soil, effect of compaction on cohesive soil properties,
field compaction, specifications for field compaction, determination of field unit weight of
compaction, s
pecial compaction techniques.


MODULE



3



Flow of water in soil:
Hydraulic gradient, Darcy’s law, coefficient of permeability, factors
affecting permeability, laboratory determination of coefficient of permeability, equivalent
permeability in stratified

soil, permeability test in the field by pumping from wells.


Effective stress:
Concept of effective stress, effective stress in saturated soil without seepage,
capillary rise in soils, effective stress in capillary zone, quick sand condition.


MODULE



4




Compressibility of soil

Fundamentals of consolidation (Spring


Mass analogy), Terzaghi’s 1D consolidation theory, 1D
laboratory consolidation test, void ratio


pressure plots, determination of consolidation
characteristics (compression index, coeffici
ent of consolidation; determination of coefficient of
consolidation by square root of time fitting method and logarithmic time fitting method)

Normally consolidated and over consolidated soils, preconsolidation pressure and its determination
by Casagrande’
s and log
-
log method.


MODULE



5



Shear strength of soil

Concept of shear strength, Mohr


Coulomb failure criteria, determination of shear strength
parameters for soils in the laboratory by direct shear test (drained direct shear test in saturated
sand
& clay), triaxial shear test (consolidated drained test, consolidated undrained test &
unconsolidated undrained test) and unconfined compression test (for saturated clay), stress path,
total & effective shear parameters, sensitivity & thixotropy.



TEXT BO
OKS

1

Braja M. Das

Principles of Geotechnical Engineering”, PWS Publishing
Company, Boston


WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Contact Hours/ Week

: 03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

50

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Co
de

: CV63




MODULE



1


1.

INTRODUCTION
: 1.1 Introduction and practical application of Hydrology and water
Resources. 1.2. Hydrologic cycle (Horton's Qualitative Representation). 1.3 Concept of
Catchment and Water budget equation.

03 Hrs.


2.

PRECIPITATION
: 2.1 Definition and forms of precipitation. 2.2 Types of precipitation
-

seasons in India. 2.3. Measurerment of precipitation
-

Non recording and recording type rain
gauges. 2.4 Co
mputation of average depth of precipitation over an area. 2.5 Estimation of
missing precipitation record. 2.6. Mass curve and consistency of rainfall data. 2.7. Rain gauge
networks


optimum number of rain gauges.





06 Hrs.


MODULE



2


3.

WATER LOSSES
: 3.1 Infiltration
-

Definition, process, factors affecting infiltration. 3.2
Measurement of infiltration (Double ring infiltrometer). 3.3 Horton's infiltration curves. 3.4
Infiltration indices. 3.5 Evaporation
-

Definition process, factors affecting evaporation. 3.6.
Measurement of Evaporation
-

by IS Pan. 3.7 Evapo
-
transportation
-

Definition
-

PET and
AET, Factors affecting evapo
-
transpiration. 3.8.Estimation of Evapo
-
transportation. Blaney
-

Criddle equation.



09 Hrs.


MODULE



3


4.

RUNOFF:

4.1. Components. 4.2 Factors affecting runoff. 4.3. Basin yield. 4.4. Rainfall
-

Runoff relatiol1ship using simple regression analysis. 4.
5. Computation of maximum flood
discharge
-

Dicken's 'Ryve's and rational formulae.
08 Hrs.


MODULE



4


5.

STREAM GAUGING
: 5.1. Introduction, Measurement of stage and velocity (current meters
and float). 5.2. Area
-

velocity method (Mid and mean section method). 5.3 Slope
-
area
method (Manning's equation) 5.4. Simple stage
-
discharge curve.


04 Hrs.



6.

HYDROGRAPH THEORY
: 6.1. Components of hydrograph. 6.2. Separation of base flow.
6.3. Unit hydrog
raph theory. 6.4. Derivation and application of unit hydrograph. 6.5.
Computation of unit hydrographs ordinates of different duration. 6.6. S
-
Curve and its use.



07 Hrs

MODULE



5


7.

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY
: 7.1. Scope and importance of ground water hydrology.
7.2. Occurrence of ground water. 7.3. Definitions: Aquifers, aquitard, aquifuge, aquiclude,
perched aquifer. 7.4. Aquifer p
arameters. 7.5. Darcey's law and its validity. 7.6. Steady radial
flow into a well in confined and unconfined aquifers. 7.7. Safe yield, yield of an open well.
7.8. Pumping test and recuperation test.


0
8 hrs


TEXT BOOKS

1

Subramanya K.,

Engineering Hydrology, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

2

R.K Sharma
&

Sharma

Hydrology and Water Resource Engineering

3

Garg.S.K

Hydrology and Water resources engineering, Khanna

REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Jayarami Reddy

P.

A textb
ook of Hydrology, Lakshmi Publications, New Delhi

2

Mutreja.
KM

Engineering Hydrology

3

H.M. Raghunath

Hydrology, Wiley Eastern Publications

BRIDGE E
NGINEERING

Contact Hours/ Week

:
03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tuto
rial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CVE6
2




MODULE

-

1


BRIDGE PRELIMINARIES:
Introduction to Bridge Engineering (History, Bridge Types, and
Failures),
Factors

affecting the selection of site for Bridge,

Classification of bri
dges and standard
loads, Bridge
-
definition, components of bridges, various classification, types of bridges, forces to be
considered for the design, IRC standards.


MODULE



2


HYDRAULIC DESIGN:
Methods of finding design discharge, natural, artificial and
linear water
ways, afflux, economic span, depth of scour, methods of finding out the scour depth.


MODULE

-

3


SUBSTRUCTURES AND FOUNDATIONS:
Bearings and types, Types of abutments, piers and
wing walls, forces to be considered for the design, Types of fou
ndations and forces to be
considered for the design.


MODULE

-

4


DESIGN OF RC SLAB CULVERT
for IRC class
-
AA loading, & class A loading. Design of pipe
culvert. Empirical design of bank connections.


MODULE

-

5


DESIGN OF RC T BEAM BRIDGE
with cross beams

by Piegaud’s and Courbon’s method for class
-
AA loading, empirical design of substructures and foundations.


TEXT BOOKS

1

Johnson


Victor

Essentials of Bridge Engineering

-

Oxford IBH Publications,
New Delhi

2

Krishna Raju N

Design of Bridges

-

Oxford IB
H Publications, New Delhi


REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Jagadish T. R. & Jayaram
M. A

Design of Bridge Structures

-

Prentice Hall of India, New Delh















GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

Contact Hours/ Week

: 03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

50

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CVE63




MODULE



1



1.

INTRODUCTION
: 1.1. Scope and Importance. 1.2. Vertical distribution of groundwater. 1.3.
Occurrence in different types of rocks and soils. 1.4. Defini
tions of aquifers, aquifuge,
aquitard, aquiclude. 1.5. Confined and Unconfined aquifers.
06

Hrs.



2.

FUNDAMENTALS OF GROUND WATER FLOW
: 2.1. Aquifer parameters
-

Specific yield
and specific retention, porosity, storage coef
ficient. 2.2. Darcy's Law. 2.3. Coefficient of
permeability and intrinsic permeability. 2.4. Transmissibility. 2.5. Permeability in isotropic
-

anisotropic layered soils.




0
7 Hrs.


MODULE



2



3.

WELL HYDRAULICS
-

STEADY FLOW
: 3.1. Radial flow in confined and unconfined
aquifers. 3.2. Interference among wells. 3.3. Partially penetrating wells. 3.4. Characteristic
well losses.




0
8 Hrs.


MODULE



3



4.

WELL HYDRAULICS UNSTEADY FLOW
: 4.1. General equation


derivation, Theis Method,
Cooper and Jacob method, Chow's method. 4.2. Solution of unsteady flow equations. 4.3.
Leaky

aquifers. 4.4 Image well theory.


0
8 Hrs.


MODULE



4



5.

GROUND WATER DEVELOPMENT
: 5.1. Types of wells. 5.2. Methods of construction of
open wells. 5.3. Constant level pumping test, recuperation test. 5.4. Methods

of construction
of tube wells. 5.5. Pumps for lifting water
-

working principles, power requi
rements.



08

Hrs.


MODULE



5



6.

GROUND WATER EXPLORATION
: 6.1.
Electrical resistivity
-
surface method. 6.2.
-

Seismic
refraction method 6.3 Borehole geophysical techniques
-

electric logging, radioactive logging,
induction logging, sonic logging, and fluid logging.


08 Hrs.


TEXT BOOKS

1

Raghunath H.M

Ground Water
-

Wiley Eastern Publications

2

O.K. Tod

Ground Water Hydrology
-

Wiley & Sons


REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Bower H

Ground Water Hydrology
-

McGraw Hill.

2

Garg Satyaparakash

Ground Water and Tube Wells, Oxford & IBH

3

Dr. P.N. Modi

Irr
igation Water Resources and Water Power
-

Standard book
house Delhi.




T
RAFFIC ENGINEEING

Contact Hours/ Week

: 03

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

50

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CVE64




MODULE



1

Scope of traffic Engineering, Definition and objectives, road user and vehicular characteristics

Static and Dynamic
,
Resistance to the motion of vehicles , Reaction time of driver and problems on
the above.











08 hrs


MODULE



2

Traf
fic Studies and Analysis : volume studies , spot speed studies, Origin and destination studies,
Speed and Delay studies, parking studies, accident studies

causes , Analysis, Measures to reduce
the accidents, problems








10 hrs.


MODULE



3

Traffic
flow theories: Definition , Importance, fundamental relations between flow , capacity and
speed, Green shield theory, Queuing theory, Car following theory and relevant problems.












07 hrs.


MODULE



4


Traffic regulation and control: Driver , vehic
le and Road control, Traffic regulations, One way traffic
, Traffic signs, Traffic markings, Traffic signals

design principals , types of signals, Advantages
and Disadvantages of the signals, Webster and IRC method of signal design, Problems on signal
design
.








10 hrs.


MODULE



5

Intersections

, Types of Intersections

advantages

and disadvantages of channelized and un
channelized inetersections
.
Rotary intersections

Design factors, Merits and de merits of rotary

Intersections , Over passes and
Under passes, Street lighting design

Factors, road side furniture
and aboriculture.









10 hrs



TEXT BOOKS

1

Khanna and Justo

Highway engineering” Nemchand brothers

2

L . R. Kadiyali

Traffic engineering and Transportation

planning

3

Drew

Traffic flo
w theory
,
Mc graw hill co


REFERENCE BOOKS

1

Pignataro,

Traffic engineering
,

prentice hall

2


Highway capacity manual

2000

3

Mc Shane and Roesss

Traffic Engineering, PHI












HIGHWAY MATERIALS
TESTING
LABORATORY

Contact Hours/ Week

:
02

Credits

:

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours

:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CVL6
1




TEST ON HIGHWAY MATERIALS


AGGREGATES (CA & FA)


Ex.1 :

Specific Gravity & Water Obsorption


Ex.2 :


Fineness modulus


Ex.3 :

Shape Tests (Flaky, Elongation and Angularity number)


Ex.4 :

Strength Test (Crushing, Abrasion & Impact)



TEST ON BITUMINOUS MATERIALS AND MIXES


Ex.5 :

Specific Gravity


Ex.6 :

Penetration,

Ductility


Ex.7 :

Softening point


Ex.8 :

Flash a
nd fire point


Ex.9 :

Viscosity


Ex.10:

Marshall Stability tests
.



TEST ON

SOIL
-

CBR


























ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Contact Hours/ Week

:
02

Credits :

3.5

Total Lecture Hours

:


CIE Marks :

5
0

Total Tutorial Hours


:

SEE Marks :

50

Sub. Code

: CVL6
2




Ex.
1

:

Determination of Solids in Sewage: Total Solids, Suspended

Solids,Dissolved Solids, Volatile

Solids, Fixed Solids, Settleable Solids.


Ex.
2

:

Electrical conductivity. Determination o
f Chlorides and Sulphates.


Ex.
3

:

Determination of Alkalinity, Acidity and pH.


Ex.
4

:

Determination of Calcium, Magnesium and Total Hardness.


Ex.
5

:

Determination of Dissolved Oxygen. Determination of BOD.


Ex.
6

:

Determination of COD.


Ex.
7

:

Det
ermination of percentage of available chlorine in bleaching powder,



Residual Chlorine and Chlorine Demand.


Ex.
8

:

Jar Test for Optimum Dosage of Alum, Turbidity determination by

Nephelometer.


Ex.
9

:

Determination of Iron. Phenanthroline method.


E
x.
10
:

Determination of Fluorides SPANDS Method.


Ex.
11
:

MPN Determination


Ex.
12
:

Determination Nitrates by spectrophotometer.


Ex.
13
:

Determination of sodium and potassium by flame photometer.