I SEMESTER
MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES
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10
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Introduction:
Definition of stress and strain at a point, components of stress
and strain at a point
, strain displacement relations
in cartesian
co

ordinates,
constitutive relations, equilibrium equations, compatibility equations and boundary
conditions
in 2

D and 3

D cases, p
lane stress, plane strain
–
Definition.
Two

dimen
sional problems in Rectangular C
oordinates
:
Airy’s stress
function approach to 2

D problems of elasticity.
Solution by Polynominals
–
End
Effects, Saint
–
V
enant’
s Principle
–
solu
tion of some simple beam problems,
including working out of displacement components.
Two

dimensional problems in Polar coordinates
:
General equation in Polar
coordinates
–
Strain and displacement relations, equilibrium equations

Stress
distribution sy
mmetrical about an axis
–
Pure bending of curved bars
–
Displacements for symmetrical stress distributions
–
Rotating disks
–
Bending of a
curved bar by a force at the end
–
The effect of
a small
circular hole on stress
distribution in
a large
plate
sub
jected to uni

axial tension and pure shear. Other
instances of stress concentration.
Analysis of Stress and Strain in Three Dimensions
: Introduction
–
Principal
stresses
–
Determination of the principal stress
es and principal planes.
–
Stress
invariants
–
Determination of the maximum shearing stress

Octohedral stress
components, Principal strains
–
strain invariants.
Torsion
:
Torsion of straight bars of
Elliptic Cross section
–
St.Venants semi inverse
method and Prandtl’s function Approachd
–
Membrane
analogy
–
Torsion of a bar of
narrow rectangular cross section
Torsion of thin walled open cross sections
–
Torsion
of thin walled tubes.
REFERENCES:
1.
Timoshenko and Goodier, Theory of elasticity, McGraw Hill Book Company, III
Edition, 1983.
2
.
Fung
.Y.C
, Foundations of Solid Mechanics, Prentice

Hall.
3.
Valliappan
.S
, Continuum Mechanics fundamentals, Oxford and IBH.
4.
Srinath
.L.S.
, Advanced Mechanics of Solids, Tata McGraw

Hill Publishing Co ltd.,
New Delhi
COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL MECHANICS
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10
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rs
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04
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Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Br
ief history of Structural Mechanics,
Structural Systems
, Degrees of Static and
Kinematic indeterminacies, geometrical
and
Material Non Linearities, Concepts of
Stiffness and Flexibility. Energy concepts in Structural
Mechanics, strain energy
–
Axial, Flexu
ral & Shear

Real work and Complementary work
–
Principle of virtual
displacement for a rigid body and
a
deformable body
–
Principles minimum potential
energy
,
and
minimum complementary energy
.
Maxwell Bett
i
theorem
.
Relationship between element and sy
stem
–
transformation of information from
system forces to element forces using equilibrium equations, transformation of
information from system displacement to element displacement, contra gradient law,
element stiffness and flexibility matrices, (bar
, beam and grid elements), generation
of system stiffness matrix using uncoupled element stiffness matrices. Analysis of
statically indeterminate structures (
i) Truss, (ii) Continuous beam and
(iii) Simple
frames by stiffness method (element approach)
Di
rect stiffness method local and global coordinate system
–
Direct assembly of
element stiffness matrices
–
Analysis of indeterminate structures (i) Truss, (ii)
Continu
ous beam & (iii) Simple frames (iv) Frames subjected to loads perpendicular
to plane of t
he frame.
Storage techniques
–
Half band, skyline storage. Equation solvers
–
Gauss
elimination, Gauss
–
Siedel , Ch
olesky methods,

Flow charts & Algorithms.
REFERENCES:
1.
Rajasekaran
.S
, “Computational Structural Mechanics”, PHI, New Delhi 2001
2.
Redd
y
.C.S
, “Basic Structural Analysis,” TMH, New Delhi 2001
3.
Beaufait
.F.W.
et al., Computer Methods of Structural Analysis, Prentice Hall, 1970.
4.
Weaver
.W and Gere.J.H.,
Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures, Van Nastran,
1980.
5.
Karde Stuncer
.H
, E
lementary Matrix Analysis of Structures, McGraw

Hill 1974.
6.
Jain
.A.K.
Advanced Structural Analysis with Computer Application Nemchand and
Brothers, Roorkee, India
7.
Rubinstein
M.F,
Matrix Computer Methods of Structural Analysis Prentice

Hall.
8.
Krishnamoorthy
.C.S.
Finite Element theory and programming TMH, India.
9.
Bathe
.K.J
, Finite element procedures in Engineering Analysis. PHI. New Delhi
COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS
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:
10
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:
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o. of Lecture H
rs
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:
04
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Hrs
: 03
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Single Degree of Freedom System

degrees of freedom, undamped system, springs
in parallel, in series. Newto
n’s laws of motion, free body diagrams. D’Alembert’s
principle, solution of the differential equation of motion, frequency and period,
amplitude of motion. Damped Single degree of freedom system
–
viscous damping,
equation of motion, critically damped syst
em, overdamped system, underdamped
system, logarithmic decrement. Response of single degree of freedom system to
harmonic loading
–
undamped harmonic excitation, damped harmonic excitation,
evaluation of damping at resonance, bandwidth method (Half power)
to evaluate
damping, response to support motion, force transmitted to the foundation, seismic
instruments.
Response to General Dynamic L
oading
–
Impulsive loading and Duhamel’s
integral, numerical evaluation of Duhamel’s integral, undamped system, numeric
al
evaluation of Duhamel’s integral, damped system. Fourier analysis and response in
freque
ncy domain
–
Fourier analysis, F
ourier co

efficients for piece

wise liner
functions, exponential fo
rm of Fourier series, discrete F
ourier analysis, fast fourier
tran
sform.
Generalised
C
o

ordinates and Rayleigh’s method
–
principle of virtual work,
generalised single degree of freedom system (rigid body an
d distributed elasticity),
Rayle
gh’s method. Hamilton’s principle
.
Multistory Shear B
uilding
.
Free vibration
–
nat
ural frequencies and normal modes.
Forced motion
–
modal superposition method
–
response of a shear building to base
motion. Damped motion of shear building
–
equations of motions
–
uncoupled
d
amped equation
–
conditions for
uncoupling.
Damping.
Discr
e
tisz
ation
of Continuous S
ystems
: Longitudinal Vibration of a uniform rod.
Transverse vibration of a pretensioned cable. Free transverse vibration of uniform
beams
–
Rota
ry inertia and shear effects
–
T
he effect of axial loading. Orthogonality
of normal modes
. Undamped forced vibration of beams by mode superposition.
Dynamic A
n
alysis of B
eams
–
stiffness matrix, mass matrix (lumped and
consistent);
equations of motion
for the discr
e
tiesed beam in matrix form and its solutions.
REFERENCE:
1.
Mario Paz, “stru
ctural dynamics, Theory and computation”, 2
nd
Edition, CBS
Publisher and Distributors, New Delhi.
2.
Clough
,
Ray W
and
Penzien
.J
, “Dynamics of Structures”, 2
nd
Edition, McGraw

Hill, New Delhi.
3.
Muk
h
opadyaya, “Vibration, Dynamics and structural problems,” Oxfo
rd IBH
Publishers New Delhi.
COMPUTER AIDED OPTIMUM DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

1
4
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs
: 52 Exam
Marks
: 100
I
ntroduction
:
Engineering applications, Statement of optimization problem,
Classification of optimization problems, Optimization techniques.
C
lassical Optimization Techniques
: Single vari
able optimization, Multivariable
optimization with no constrains, with equality constraints

Lagrange multiplier

method, constrained variation method

and with inequality constraints Kuhn Tucker
conditions.
L
inear Programming
: Standard form of Linear
programming problem, simplex
method, revised simplex Method.
Non

Linear Programming
: One dimensional minimisation methods, Elimination
and Interpolation methods, unconstrained Optimization Techniques, Direct Search
methods, Descent Methods, Constrained Op
timization Techniques, Direct methods.
Indirect methods.
S
tochastic Programming
: for optimization of design of structural elements with
random variables
A
pplication Problems
: Optimum design RC, PSC, Steel structural elements
.
Algorithms for optimum designs
.
Genetic Algorithms :
Introduction
–
fitness function including the effect of
constraints cross over, mutation.
REFERENCES:
1.
Rao.S.S

Optimization Theory and Applications, Wiley Eastern Limited,1978.
2.
Fox
.R.L.

Optimization Methods for Engineeri
ng Design, Addison Wesley, 1971.
3.
Stark
.R.M.
Nicholls
.R.L.
, Mathematical Foundations for Design, McGraw Hill
Book Company.
4.
Narsingk Deo
–
System simulation with digital computer, Prentice
–
Hall of India
Pvt, Ltd. New Delhi
–
1989.
COMPU
TER BASED ADVANCED NUMERICAL METHODS
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:
10
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51
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:
50
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rs
/Week
:
04
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Hrs
: 03
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Marks : 10
0
Linear System of Equations ( Direct Methods) :
Introduction
–
Cramer’s Rule
–
Gaussian Elimination
–
Gauss
–
Jordan Method
–
Factorization method
–
Ill
conditioned matrix
–
sealing of a matrix
–
How to solve AX = b on a Computer
–
Summary
–
Exercises
Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Equation
: Introduction
–
Basic Ingredients
–
Stationary Methods : Jacobi Iteration
–
Computer Time Requirement for Jacobi
Iteration
–
Gauss
–
Seidel Method
–
Relaxation Method
–
Condition of Convergence
of Iterative M
ethod
–
Summary

Exercises
Storage Schemes and Solution of Large System of Linear Equations :
Introduction
–
Solution of Large sets of Equations
–
Band Form
–
Skyline storage
–
Solution of Band Matrix in Core
–
Band Solver for large number of equations
–
Cholesky (L), (U) Decomposition in skyline storage
–
Bandwidth Reduction
–
Frontal
Solvers
–
Substructure Concept
–
Submatrix Equation Solver

Summary
Solution Techniques for Eigenvalue Problems
: Introduction
–
Practical problems
–
Methods for soluti
on of Eigenvalue problems
–
Methods of characteristic
polynomial
–
Vector Iteration Techniques
–
Transformation Method
–
Transformation
of the Generalized Eigenvalue Problem to a standard form
–
number of eigenvalues
smaller than

Sturm sequence proper
ty
–
App
roximate solution techniques
–
P
oly
nominal iteration techniques
–
S
olution strategy for eigen solution of large
systems
–
comp
arison of various techniques
–
Summary

E
xercises.
Numerical Integration
: Introduction
–
Newton
–
Cotes Closed quadra
ture
–
Trapezoidal rule
–
Romberg
–
integration
–
Newton
–
cotes Open quadrature
–
Gaussian quadrature
–
Gauss
–
Laguerre quadrature
–
Gauss
–
Chebyshev quadrature
–
gauss
–
Hermite quadrature
–
N
umeric
al integration using spline
–
Monte
–
C
arlo
method fo
r numerical integration
–
How to choose a method for estimating a proper
integral

D
iscontinuities and improper inte
grals =
Multiple integration
–
integrati
on
by using mapping function
–
Summary E
xercises
Solution of Ordinary First Order Differential Equ
ations :
Introduction
–
nth
order
differential equation
–
Physical problem
–
Taylor series
–
Euler method or first order
T
aylor se
ries
–
modified Euler method
–
P
icard method of successive approximation
–
Runge
–
Kutta methods
–
solution of simultaneous or
dinary differential equatio
ns
by R K Methods. Predictor / C
orrector method
–
How to select
numerical integration
method
–
Summary E
xercise.
Boundary Value Problems Region Method ( Finite Difference Approach) :
Introduction
–
C
l
assification
–
basic meth
ods
–
P
ractical examples
–
Numerical
solution
–
On
e dimension
–
two dimensions
–
S
olution of Elliptic equation
–
Parabolic Equations (practical examples) Hyperbolic equations
–
S
ummary
–
E
xercises
REFERENCE BOOKS :
1.
Gerald, G.F and Wheatley, P.O., “ Applie
d Numerical Analysis” 6 Ed. Pearson
Education 1999
2.
Chapra S.C and Canale. R.P “ Numerical Methods for Engineers with
Programming and Software Applications” 3 Ed. Tata McGraw Hill, New 1998
3.
Scaborough.J.B. “ Numerical Mathematical Analysis” Oxford IBH Publ
ishers,
New Delhi
4.
Salvadori.M, “ Numerical Methods” PHI, New Delhi
5.
Jain, Iyenger & Jain “ Numerical Methods for Scientific Engineering
Computation” Wiley Eastern ltd.
6.
Saxena.H.C. “ Examples in Finite Difference & Numerical Analysis” S Chand
& Co, New Delhi
COMPUTER AIDED ADVANCED DESIGN OF METAL STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

1
52
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52
Exam
Marks : 100
D
esign of Industrial Structures
: Design of trussed bent, Design principles of single
storey rigid frames, open

web beams and open

web single storey frames.
D
esign of Storage Structures and Tall Structures
: Design of Liquid Retaini
ng
Structures, Silos, Bunkers, Chimneys and transmission towers.
D
esign of Steel Bridges
: Design principles of trussed bridges.
D
esign of Light Gauge Steel Sections
: Design principles of members in
compression, tension, bending and torsion.
D
esign of Alu
minum Structures
: Codes and Specifications, Design principles of
tension members, welded tension members, compression members, beams, combined
loading cases.
D
esign Principles of Structures with round tubular sections
: Introduction, round
tubular section
, permissible stresses, compression members,
Tension members, beams
and
roof trusses.
REFERENCES:
1.
Ramachandra, design of Steel structures, Vol.I and Vol.II.
2.
Duggal
.S.K.
, design of Steel structures.
3.
Vazirani & Ratwani, Steel structures, Vol. III.
4.
Cyril Benson, Advanced Structural Design.
5.
Gaylord.E.H and Gaylord.C.N., Structural Engineering Hand Book
6.
Bresler, Boris and
.Lin
.T.Y.
, design of Steel Structures.
7.
Lothers, Advanced Design in Steel.
8.
IS:800 : Indian Standard Code of Practice
for general construction in steel.
9.
S.P.6 (1) : Hand Book for Structural Engineers.
–
Structural steel sections.
10.
I.R.C. Codes and Railway Board Codes, pertaining to bridges.
11.
IS : 6533. Code of practice for Design and Construction of steel chimneys
.
12.
IS 811. Cold Formed Light Gauge structural steel sections.
13.
IS : 801. Code of practice for use of cold formed light gauge steel structural
members in general building construction.
14.
SP : 6(5) : ISI Hand Book for Structural Engineers. Cold
–
Formed Light gauge
steel structures.
15.
IS : 4923. Specifications for Hollow steel sections for Structural use.
16.
IS : 1161. Specifications for Steel tubes in general building construction.
17.
IS : 806. Code of Practice for use of steel tubes i
n general building construction.
COMPOSITE AND SMART
–
MATERIALS
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

1
53
IA Marks
:
50
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rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
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Exam
Marks : 100
I
ntroduction to Composite materials, classifications and applications. of fibers,
volume fraction and load distribution among constituents, minimum & critical volume
fraction, compliance & stiff
ness matrices, coupling,
Anisotropic elasticity

unidirectional and anisotropic laminae, thermo

mechanical
properties, micro

mechanical analysis, classical composite lamination theory,
Cross and angle
–
play laminates, symmetric, antisymmetric and gene
ral
a
symmetric
laminates, mechanical coupling, laminate stacking,
Analysis of simple laminated structural elements ply

stress and strain, lamina failure
theories

first fly failure, environmental effects, manufacturing of composites.
Introduction

smar
t materials, types of smart structures, actuators & sensors,
embedded & surface mounted,
Piezoelectric materials, piezoelectric coefficients, phase transition, piezoelectric
constitutive relation
Beam modeling with strain actuator, bending extension re
lation
REFERENCE:
1.
Robart M Jones, “Mechanic of Composite Materials”, McGraw Hill Publishing Co.
2.
Bhagwan D Agaraval, and Lawrence J Brutman, “Analysis and Performance of
Fiber Composites”, John Willy and Sons.
3.
Lecture notes on “Smart Str
uctures”, by Inderjith Chopra, Department of
Aerospace Engg., University of Maryland.
4.
Crawley, E and de Luis, J., “Use of piezoelectric actuators as elements of
intelligent structures”, AIAA Journal, Vol. 25 No 10, Oct 1987, PP 1373

1385.
5.
Crawley, E and Anderson, E., “Detailed models of Piezoceramic actuation of
beams”, Proc. of the 30
th
AIAA /ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC

Structural dynamics and
material conference, AIAA Washington DC, April 1989.
II SEMESTER
COMPUTER AIDED STABILITY ANA
LYSIS OF STRUCTURES
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10
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:
50
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rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
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Marks : 100
Beam column

Dif
ferential equation. Beam column subjected to (i) lateral
concentrated load, (ii) several concentrated loads, (iii) continuous lateral load.
Application of trigonometric series. Euler’s formulation using fourth order differential
equation for pin
n
ed

pin
n
ed
, fixed

fixed, fixed

free and fixed

pin
n
ed column
s
.
Buckling of frames and continuous beams. Elastica. Energy method

Approximate
calculation of critical loads for a cantilever. Exact critical load for hinged

hinged
column using energy approach.
Buckling o
f bar on elastic foundation. Buckling of cantilever column under
distributed loads. Determination of critical loads by successive approximation. Bars
with varying cross section. Effect of shear force on critical load. Column
s
subjected to
non

conservative
follower and pulsating forces.
Stability analysis by finite element approach
–
D
erivation of shape functions for a
two noded Bernoulli

Euler beam element (lateral and translation
al dof)
–
element
stiffness and E
lement geometric stiffness matrices
–
A
ssemble
d stiffness and
geometric stiffness matrices for a discretised column with d
ifferent boundary
conditions
–
E
valuation of critical loads for a discretised (two elements) column (both
ends built

in). Algorithm to generate geometric stiffness matrix for four
noded and
eight noded isoparam
etric plate elements. Buckling of pin
jointed frames (maximum
of two
active dof)

symmetrical single bay P
ortal frame.
Expression for strain ener
gy in plate bending with in plan
e forces (linear and
non

linear). Buckling of simp
ly supported rectangular plate
–
uniaxial load and
biaxial load. Buckling of uniformly compressed rectangular plate simply supported
along two opposite sides perpendicular to the direction of compression and having
various edge condi
tion along the other tw
o sides

Buckling of a Rectangular Plate
Simply Supported along Two opposite sides and uniformly compressed in the
Direction Parallel to Those sides
–
Buckling of a Simply Supported Rectangular Plate
under Combined Bending and Compression
–
Buckling of Re
ctangular Plates under
the Action of Shearing Stresses
–
Other Cases of Buckling of Rectangular Plates.
REFERENCE:
1.
Stephen P. Timoshenko, James M. Gere, “Theory of Elastic Stability”, 2
nd
Edition, McGraw

Hill, New Delhi.
2.
Robert D Cook et al, “Concepts an
d Applications of Finite Element Analysis”, 3
rd
Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York
3.
Rajashekaran
.S
, “Computational Structural Mechanics”, Prentice

Hall, India
4.
Ray W Clough and J Penzien, “Dynamics of Structures”, 2
nd
Edition, McGraw

Hill, New Delhi.
5.
Zei
glar
.H
,”Principles of Structural Stability”, Blaisdall Publications
COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS OF PLATES AND SHELLS
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

22
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
T
otal No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Bending of plates
:
Introduction

S
lope and curvature of slightly bent plates
–
relations between bending moments and curvature in pure bending of plates
–
strain energy in pure bending
–
Differential equation for cylindrical bending of
plates
–
Differential equation for symmetrical bending of laterally loaded circular
plates
–
uniformly loaded circular plates with and without central cutouts
,
with
two diffe
r
ent boundary conditions (simply supported
and clamped). Centrall
y
loaded clamped circular plate

Circular plate on elastic foundation.
Laterally loaded rectangular plates
–
D
ifferential equation of the def
l
ection
surface
–
boundary conditions. Simply sup
ported (SSSS) rectangular plates
subjected to harmonic loading. Navier
’s
solution for SSSS plate subjected to udl,
patch udl, poin
t load and hydrostatic pressure
–
Bending of rectangular simply
supported plate subjected to a distributed moments at a pair
of opposite edges.
Bending of rectangular p
l
ates subjected to udl (i) two opposite edges simply
supported and the other two edges clam
p
ed, (ii) three edges simply supported and
one edge bui
l
t

in and (iii) all edges built

in. Bending of rectangular plates
s
ubjected to uniformly varying lateral load (i) all edges bui
l
t

in and (ii) three
edges simply supported and one edge bui
l
t

in.
Large Deflections of P
lates
–
app
roximate formulae
for uniformly loaded
circular plate, exact solution for circular plate with cl
amped edge
, rectangular
plates with simply
supported edges
Differential G
eometry of curves and surfaces. Classification
s of S
hells
–
membrane action and bending action
–
force resultants and moment resultant
s
in
terms of mid surface strains and changes in
curvatures
–
analysis of simple shells
of revolution subjected to symmetrical loading.
General bending theory of shells of double curvature, shells of re
volution and
cylindrical shells
–
Analysis and Design of Spherical domes.
REFERENCE:
1.
Timoshenko and
Krieger, “ Theory of Plates and Shells”, McGraw

Hill
International Book Company.
2.
Chandrashekara K, “Theory of Plates”, University Press
3.
Szilard
.R
, “Theory and analysis of plates

classical and numerical methods”
4.
Ugural A C, “Stress in Plates and shells”, M
cGraw

Hill International Book
Company.
COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES
(FE Approach)
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:
10
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:
50
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rs
/Week
:
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Exam
Hrs
: 03
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o. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Introduction to Finite
E
lement
A
nalysis
:

Displacement models
–
Relation
between the nodal degrees of freedom and generalized coordinates
–
Convergence
requirement
s

Natural coordinate systems

Shape functions ( interpolation functions)
for bar beam, triangular and rectangular plane stress a plane strain ( Hermittan and
Lagrange polynomials) Element strains and stresses
–
Element stiffness matrix.
Isoparametric E
l
ements
: Concepts, two

dimensional isoparametric elements,
triangular elements, quadrilateral elements, computation of stiffness matrix, numerical
integration, convergence criteria for isoparametric element
s
, application
to plane

stress and pla
n
e

strain pr
oblems, 3D stress analysis problems, axisymmetric
problems. Computer algorithms, flow charts, simple computer programmes for the
analysis of 2D structures.
Plate B
ending
A
nalysis
: Basic theories of thin plates, displacement functions, plate

bending element
s, shear deformation in plates, Mindlin’s theory. Basic relationships
in finite element formulation, four and eight nodded isoparametric elements.
Computer algorithms and flow

charts.
Analysis of S
hells
: Thin shell theory, review of shell elements, four an
d eight noded
shell element and finite element
s
formulation, Computer algorithms and flow charts.
Introduction to Galerkin method of Finite Element Analysis with simple
examples.
Finite Element P
rogramming
: Pre and Post Processors, software packages, curre
nt
trends in finite element analysis software.
REFERENCES:
1.
Krishnamoorthy
C.S
, “Finite Element Analysis”, Tata

McGraw

Hill Publishing
Company
2
Zienkiewicz
.O.C
, “The Finite Element Method”, Tata

McGraw

Hill Publishing
Company
3.
Desai
.C.S
a
nd
Abel
.J.F.
, “Introduction of Finite Element Method”, East
–
West
press
4.
Reddy
.J.N.
, “Finite Element Method”,

McGraw Hill International edition.
5.
Rajashekaran
.S
, “Finite Element Analysis in Engineering Design”,
–
Wheeler
Publishing.
6.
Ba
the
.K.J.
, “Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis”,

Prentice Hall of
India.
7.
Chandrupatla and Belegundu, “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering”,
Prentice Hall of India.
2
nd
edition, 1999
APPLICATION OF AI AND EXPERT SYSTEM
S
IN
STRUCTURAL
EN
GINEERING
.
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

24
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52
Exam
Marks : 100
Artificial Intelligence
: Introduction: AI
–
Applications fields, defining the problems
–
state space representation
–
problem characteristics
–
production system
–
production system characteristics.
Knowledge Repr
esentation
: Formal logic
–
predicate logic
–
logic programming
–
forward v/s backward reasoning
–
matching control knowledge.
Search and C
ontrol: Concepts
–
uni
n
formed / blind search: depth first search
–
breadth first search

bi

directional search
–
in
formed search
–
heuristic graph search
–
generate and test

hill climbing
–
best
–
first search
–
AND OR graph search.
Non

formal Knowledge Representation
–
semantic networks
–
frames
–
scripts
–
production systems. Programming in LISP.
Expert Systems
: Th
eir superiority over conventional software
–
components of an
expert system
–
expert system life cy
cle
–
expert system development
process
–
nature of expert knowledge
–
techniques of soliciting and encoding expert knowledge.
Inference: Forward chaining
–
backward chaining
–
rule value approach.
Uncertainty
–
symbolic reasoning under uncertainty: logic for non

monotonic
reasoning. Statistical reasoning: Probability and Bayes’ theorem
–
certainty factor and
rule based systems
–
Bayesian network

Dempster
–
S
hafer theory.
Fuzzy reasoning :
Features of rule

based, network

based and frame

based expert
systems
–
examples of expert systems in Construction Management and
Structural
Engg. Expert system
shells.
Neural Networks
: An introduction
–
their possible ap
plications in Civil Engineering.
REFERENCE:
1.
Patterson D W, “Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems”, Prentice

Hall, New
Jersy.
2.
Rich, E. and Knight K. “Artificial Intelligence”, TMH, New Delhi.
3.
Rolston , D.W.,“Artificial Intelligence and
Expert Systems” McGraw Hill, New
York.
4.
Nilsson, N.J., “Principals of Artificial Intelligence”, Narosa., New Delhi.
5.
Adeli, H., “Expert Systems in Constructions and Structural Engg”, Chapman &
Hall, New York.
ADVANCED R
EINFORCED CONCRETE
DESIGN
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

251
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Deflecti
on of Reinforced Concrete Beams and Slabs
: Introduction
–
Short term
Deflection of Beams and Slabs
–
Deflection due to Imposed Loads
–
Short

term
Deflection of Beams due to Applied Loads
–
Calculation of Deflection by IS 456
–
Calculation of Deflection b
y BS 8110
–
Deflection Calculation by Eurocode
–
ACI
Simplified Method
–
Deflection of Continuous Beams by IS 456
–
Deflection of
Cantilevers
–
Deflection Slabs
Redistribution of Moments in Reinforced Concrete Beams
: Introduction
–
Redistribution of Mome
nts in a Fixed Beam
–
Positions of Points of Contraflexrues
–
conditions for Moment Redistribution
–
Final shape of redistributed bending moment
diagram
–
Moment redistribution for a two

span continuous beam
–
Advantages and
disadvantages of Moment redistr
ibution
–
Modification of clear distance between bars
in beams ( for limiting crackwidth) with redistribution
–
Moment
–
curvature ( M

)
Relation
s
of Reinforced Concrete sections
–
ACI conditions for redistribution of
moments

conclusion
Design of Rein
forced Concrete Deep Beams
: Introduction
–
Minimum thickness

Steps of Designing Deep beams
–
design by IS 456
–
Design according to British
practice
–
ACI procedure for design of deep beams
–
checking for local failures
–
Detailing of Deep beams
.
Approxi
mate Analysis of Grid Floors
: Introduction
–
Analysis of Flat Grid Floors
–
Analysis of rectangular grid floors by Timoshenko’s Plate Theory
–
Analysis of
Grid by Stiffness Matrix Method
–
Analysis of Grid Floors by equating joint
deflections
–
Compariso
n of Methods of Analysis
–
Detailing of Steel in Flat Grids
Yield Line Analysis :
Basic Theory
–
Analysis of rectangular and circular slabs with
different edge conditions, subjected to udl, line load and concentrated load.
Strip Method of Design of Reinf
orced concrete slabs
: Introduction
–
Theory of
s
trip method
–
Application to s
imply
supported slabs, clamped slabs and slabs with
combination of different edge conditions. Handling slabs with free edges
–
concept of
strong band
–
Slabs with openings
–
Design of Sqew’s slabs
–
Affinity theorems.
Reference Books:
1.
Varghese
.P.C.
, Advanced Reinforced Concrete design, prentice, Hall of India,
Neevpeth.
2.
Krishna Raju
–
“Advanced R.C. Design”, CBSRD,1986, F.K. Kong
3.
Evans R.H.
–
“Reinforced and Prestressed Co
ncrete”

ELBS Eidition
4.
Park R. and Paulay, T., Reinforced Concrete Structures, John Wiley and Sons.
5.
Ramakrishnan, V. and Arthur. P.D., Ultimate Strength Design for Structural
Concrete, Pitman, Landon.
6.
Karve. S.R. and Shah V.L., Limit State theory and de
sign of Reinforced Concrete,
Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.
7.
Fintel, Handbook of Concrete Engineering, Van Nostrand.
8.
Punmia, Reinforced concrete structures Vol. 1 and 2, Standard Publications.
9.
Dr.Punmia.B.C Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain “
Comprehensive RCC
Design”
RELIABILITY ANALYSIS AND RELIABILITY BASED DESIGN OF
STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

252
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No
. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Concept
of variability in design parameters, Applications of Statistical principles to
deal with randomness in basic variables, statistical parameters and their sign
ificance,
Characteristic
strength and characteristic load, probability modeling of strength,
geometrical dimensions, material properties and loading. Description of various
probability distributions
–
Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Log

Normal, Beta, Gama,
dis
tributions.
Testing of goodness
–
of
–
fit of distributions to the actual data using chi

square
method and K.S Method.
Statistical regression and correlation using least
–
square and chi
–
square
methods,
Statistical Quality control in Civil Engineeri
ng
,

Application problems Mean
value method and its applications in structural designs, statistical inference,
Comparison of various acceptance and rejection testing.
The Random variable
, operation on one Random variable, expectation, multiple
random var
iables, reliability distributions
–
basic formulation, the hazard function, ,
Weibull distribution. Introduction to safety assessment of structures
–
reliability
analysis using mean value theorem
–
I, II and III order Reliability formats.
Simulation techni
ques, reliability index

reliability formulation in various limit
states, reliability based design, application to design of RC, PSC and steel structural
ele
ments
–
LRFD Concept.
REFERENCES:
1.
John B.Kennedy and Adam M.Neville, Basic Statstical Methods f
or Engineers and
Scientists, Harper and Row Publishers, New York.
2.
Ang A.H.S and W.H.Tang, Probability concepts in Engineering planning and
Design, John Wiley and sons, New York, Vol.I and II.
3
Ranganthan
.R
, Reliability Analysis and Design of Str
uctures, Tata McGraw Hill
publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi.
COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF FOUNDATIONS AND
EARTH
RETAINING
STRUCTURES
Subject Code:
10
CCS

253
IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours : 52
Duration of Exam: 3 Hrs
Examinati
on Marks : 100
Basic principles of soil behavior, bearing capacity, stress distribution etc
.,

Design of different types of foundations

isolated footings, combined footings, raft
foundations, pile foundations, caissons

Design of embankments,

Desi
gn of earth
retaining structures: cantilever retaining walls, counterfort retaining walls, abutments,
bulkheads

Developing algorithms and programs for the design of foundations.
Elements of Soil Dynamics and Design of Machine Foundations
Stability
An
alysis of Slopes
–
Algorithms and programmes. A
lgorithms and programmes for
(i) Consolidation (ii) earth pressure (iii) Settlement Analysis of isolated and combined
footings
REFERENCE:
1. Bowles J.E
“Foundation Analysis and Design”, McGraw Hill.
2.
Leon
ards
.G.A
, “Foundation Engineering”, McGraw Hill.
3. Tschebotoriff.G.P
“Foundations, Retaining and Earth Structures, McGraw Hill.
4
Peak
.R.B
,
.Hanson
W.E and ThornbornT.H
“Foundation Engineering”, John Willy
5.
SP
–
34, Detailing of RC Structure, BIS Publ
ications.
III Semester
EARTH QUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

31
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52
Exam
Marks : 100
S
eismic Hazard Assessment
–
Engineering Seismology
–
Definitions, Introduction
to Seismic hazard , Earthquake phenomenon
–
Seismotectonics and seismic zoning of
India
–
Earthquake monitoring and seismic ins
trumentation
–
Characteristics of strong
Earthquake motion

Estimation of Earthquake parameters
–
Microzonation
E
arthquake Effects on Structures
: Response to ground acceleration
–
response
analysis by mode superposition
–
torsional response of buildings

response spectrum
analysis
–
selection of design earthquake
–
earthquake response of base isolated
buildings
–
earthquake response of inelastic structures, allowable ductility demand
Response Spectra / Average response Spectra

Design Response Spectra

Evaluation of earthquake forces
–
(IS 1893
–
2002).
–
Eff
ect of earthquake
on
different types of structures
–
Lesson
s
learnt from past earthquakes.
G
eotechnical Earthquake Engineering
: Soil Dynamics
–
Geotechnical failure of
foundations during earthquak
e
–
Earthquake Resistant design of Shallow foundation
–
Liquefaction and Remedial measures
C
oncepts of Earthquake Resistant Design
: Structural Systems / Types of buildings
–
Causes of damage
–
Planning consideration / Architectural Concept ( IS 4326
–
1993
) ( Do’s and Donts for protection of life and property )
–
Philosophy and
pr
inciple of earthquake resistant
design
–
Guidelines f
or Earthquake Resistant Design
E
arthquake Resistant Earthen Buildings
(IS 13827
–
1993).
–
Earthquake
Resistant low strength m
asonry buildings
E
arthquake Resistant Design of Masonry Buildings
–
Strength and Stru
ctural
properties of masonry
–
L
ateral load

Design considerations
E
arthquake Resistant Design of RCC Buildings
–
Material properties
–
lateral load
analysis
–
design
and detailing (IS 13920
–
1993).
S
eismic Base Isolation
: Basic concept of seismic base isolation
–
Seismic Isolation
systems.
REFERENCES:
1.
Chopra, A.K. “Dynamics of structures”, Prentice

Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
2.
Clough, R.W. and Penzie
n J, “Dynamics of Structures”, McGraw Hill Book Co.
New York
3.
Biggs, M. “An Introduction to Structural Dynamics”, McGraw Hill Book Co. New
York
4.
Ghose, S.K. “Earthquake Resistance Design of Concrete Structures”, SDCPL
–
R&D Center
–
New
Mumbai 73.
5.
Jaikrishna et al. “Elements of Earthquake Engineering”, South Asia Publishers,
New Delhi.
6.
PAZ M. “Structural Dynamics”, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
7.
Humar, J.C. “Dynamics of Structures”, Prentice

Hall, New Jersey.
8.
James L Stratta
, “ Manual of Seismic Design”, Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte,
Ltd., Indian Branch Delhi

2004
COMPUTER AIDED ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

321
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Le
cture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Curved Beams
: Introduction, Circumferential stress in a curved beam, Radial stresses
in curved beams, Correction
for circumferential stresses in curved beams having I, T,
or similar cross sections, Deflections of curved beams, Statically indeterminate curved
beams, Closed ring subjected to a concentrated load.
Shear Center for Thin

Wall Beam Cross Sections
: Definiti
on of shear center in
bending Approximation
s
employed for shear in thin

wall beam cross sections, Shear
flow in thin

wall
ed
beam cross sections, Shear center for
singly symmetric and
unsymmetrical sections
.
Nonsymmetrical Bending of Straight Beams
:, Symm
etrical and nonsymmetrical
bending, Bending stresses in beams subjected to
non
symmetrical bending, Deflections
of straight beams subjected to
non
symme
trical bending.
Beams on Elastic Foundations
: General theory, Infinite beam subjected to
concentrated loa
d, Boundary conditions, Infinite beam subjected to a distributed load
segment, Semi

infinite beam
with different end conditions
subjected to
concentrated
load and moment
a
t its end

Short beams.
Structures subjected to out of plane loading
:
Analysis o
f simple
bents, frames,
grids and beams circular in plan
–
Cantilever beams, semicircular continuous beams
with three equally spaced supports, circular beams with different number of equally
spaced supports.
Method of Tension Co

efficient
: General princi
ples, Analysis of three

dimensional
trusses and frames.
Reference Books:
1.
Arthur P. Boresi and Omar M. Sidebottom: "Advanced Mechanics of Materials",
Fourth Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 1985
2.
James M. Gere and S. P. Thimoshenko: "Advanced Mechanics of Materi
als",
Second Edition, CBS Publishers, New Delhi, 2000.
3.
Ugural
.A.C.
and
Fenster
.S.K
"Advanced Strength of material and Applied
Elasticity", Arnold Publishers, 1981.
4.
Junnarkar
.S.B.
, "Mechanics of Structures", Volume

III, Charotar Publications,
Anand, Ind
ia
COMPUTER
AIDED
ADVANCED
STRUCTURAL
DYNAMICS
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

322
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exa
m
Marks : 100
Analysis of D
ynamic
Response of MDOF Systems by Direct I
ntegration
: Basic
concept of direct integration methods
–
central difference methods

Wilson

Method

Newmark Method
–
Stability and accuracy of direct integration metho
d.
Non

liner Structural R
esponse
–
Classification of non linear analysis
–
Systems
with non linear characteristics
–
formulation of incremental equations of equilibrium
–
numerical solution of non linear equilibrium equations for single degree freedom
syst
ems

liner acceleration step by step method, elastoplastic behavior, algorithm for
the step by step solution for elastoplastic SDOF system.
Newmark Method
–
Wilson


Method Response spectra
–
construction of a
response spectrum, response spectrum fo
r support disturbance
,
tripartite response
spectra, response spectra for inelastic design.
Non

liner Response of MDOF S
ystems
–
incremental equation of motion, Wilson

method.
Introduction to Random V
ibration
–
R
andom functions, normal and Rayleigh’s
dis
tribution, correlation, fourier transform, spectral analysis, spectral density function,
response to random excitation.
Blast Loads on Structure: Sources of Blast L
oads
–
s
hock waves
–
sound speed
and Ma
ch numbers. Shock pressure. Determination of blas
t loads
–
defining blast
loads
–
structure loading. Strain rate effects
–
approximate solution technique for
SDOF systems.
Basic Concepts of Water W
aves
–
Linear wave theory
–
dispersion equations
–
wave particle velocities

wave energies. Non linear w
aves

Stokes wave theory
–
Cnoidal Wave theory
–
stream function wave theory. Waves transformations
–
Shoaling

refraction
–
diffraction
–
dissipation
–
breaking. Wave statistics
–
significant wave
–
short term statistics
–
wave spectra
–
long term stat
istics. Wave
information
–
wave measurements
–
Hindcasts.
Response of Structures to Water Waves
: Mor
r
ison equation, force coefficient,
linearized Mor
r
ison equation, inclined cylinders
–
transfer lift forces. Diffraction
theory

scatt
ering problem
–
wave
forces on
vertical walls
–
wave forces on
a
low
vertical wall

wave forces on a rectangular structure.
REFERENCE:
1
Mario Paz, “Structural Dynamics, Theory and C
omputation”, 2
nd
Edition, CBS
Publisher and Distributors, New Delhi.
2
Ray W Clough and J Pen
zien, “Dynamics of Structures”, 2
nd
Edition, McGraw

Hill, New Delhi.
1989.
3
Mukopad
yaya, “Vibration, Dynamics and Structural P
roblems,” Oxford IBH
Publishers New Delhi.
4
Joseph W Tedesco, William G McDougal, D.Allen Ross, “ Structural Dynamics
Theory and
Applications” Publishers Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. Menlo
Park, California 94025.
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF SUB STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

323
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Bearing
Capacity of S
oils
–
Generalised Bearing Capacity Equation; Field tests for
Bearing Capacity and settlement estimation; Settlement of shallow foundations

Elastic and consolidation settlements; Settlement estimates from penetration tests;
Settlement tolerance; Allowable bearing pressure.
Design Parameters for Substructures
–
Fa
ctors influencing selection of depth of
Foundation; Structural design considerations; Winkler hypothesis and Beams on
Elastic Foundation Approach; Soil Line Method; Finite Element and Finite Difference
approaches for the analysis of shallow foundations (st
rip and mat)
RCC Design
: S
pread footings, Combined footings, Strip footings, and Rafts;
Unsymmetrical Footing.
Pile Foundations
; Classification of pile foundations and general considerations of
design; Ultimate load capacity of piles; Pile settlement;
Analysis of single pile and
pile group; Laterally loaded piles and ultimate lateral resistance. Uplift resistance of
p
iles and anchored foundations; u
nder reamed Pile; Pile load tests; Design examples.
Special Foundation Problems

Foundations for Transmi
ssion Line Towers,
Foundations on expansive soils, Earth retaining structures
–
Retaining walls, sheet
piles and reinforced earth structures.
References Books:
1.
Bowles. J. E. “ Foundation Analysis and Design”, 5th edition, The
McGraw

Hill companies, Inc
, New York, 1996.
2.
Das.B.M., “Principles of Foundation Engineering”, Thomson Brooks / Cole
Publishing Company, Singapore 2004.
3.
Tomlinson.M.J., “Foundation Design and Construction”, ELBS,
London.
4.
Swamy Saran, “Analysis and Design of Sub Structures”, Oxford
and IBH
Publishing Co., Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1996,
5.
Relevant IS Codes of Practice.
6.
Varghese P.C. “Foundation Engineering” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 2005.
7.
Gulhati S.K. and Datta M. “Geotechnical Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill Co.,
Ltd., New Delhi
2005.
8.
Winterkorn H.F. and Fong H.Y. “Foundation Engineering Hand Book”, Galgotia
Book Source, New Delhi 2000.
COMPUTER AIDED D
E
SIGN OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS
(RC, Steel and PSC)
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

331
IA Marks
:
50
No. o
f Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Computer Aided Design of R.C.Structural Elements
: Design of one way slab,
two way lab system
–
Design of si
ngly reinforced and doubly reinforced rectangular
and flanged beams
–
Design of columns for axial loading and biaxial bending
–
Design of isolated and combined footings
. N Pandian’s method for direct optimum
design of slab.
Computer Aided Design of Steel
structural elements
–
conforming to IS 800

2007
Design of compression members, tension members, flexural members
–
Design of
plate girders
–
Design of steel trusses.
Computer Aided Design of PSC structural elements
–
stress analysis of beams
–
Design of P
SC beams ( type I, II and I
II)
–
Design of PSC bridge
girder
s
.
A Prasad
Rao’s algorithm for minimum weight design Mosleys method for section properties.
Computer Aided Design of Structures by using available standard packages like
STADPRO, NISACIVIL
etc.,
REFERENCE:
1. Krishinaraj.N, “ Advanced R
C Design” C.B.S Publishers, New Delhi
2. Segu
i, William J “LRFD Steel Design” John Wiley, Newyork
3. Ramachandra “ Design of Steel Structures” Vol.1
4. Dayarathnam, “ Design of PSC Structures” Oxford IBH
5.
PSC Design by Computer
–
W.H. Mosley

Macmillan 1987.
COMPUTER AIDED D
E
SIGN OF LIFELINE STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

332
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs
: 52 Exam
Marks : 100
BRIDGES:
Loads on Bridges
–
Design of (i) Solid slab bridges (ii) Simpl
e Girder bridges (iii)
Continuous
girder bridges (iv) Cantilever Bridges (v) Rigid frame bridges (Single
span).
(vi) PSC Girder Bridges. (vii) Plate Girder Bridges (viii) Truss Girder Bridges.
Sub structures of Bridges
–
Bed Block
–
Piers
–
Pier Dimension
–
Design loads for
Piers
–
Abutments
–
design loads for Abutments.
Chimneys
:
Steel Chimneys
–
Lining for chi
mneys
–
breach opening
–
Forces acting on steel
chimneys including seismic forces
–
Design of thickness of steel plate
–
Design of
base plate
–
Design of anchor bolts
–
Design of foundation
Analysis Design and Detailing of RC chimneys for different load co
mbinations
Towers and Tresles:
Transmission lime towers of various shapes and member types
–
Loads on towers
–
Analysis and Design of Steel transmission line towers.
TRESTLES: Analysis and design of Steel Trestles vertical and horizontal loads
Use of So
ftware Packages
:
Analysis and design of (i) Bridges (ii) Chimneys (iii) Towers and Trestles us
ing
Software packages like NISACIVIL, ANSYS, STAAD
PRO, MATLAB etc.,
REFERENCE:
1.
Ramachandra, Design of Steel structures Vo1 and Vo12.
2.
S.K.Duggal, Design o
f Steel structures.
3.
Vazirani & Ratwani, Sleet structures, Vo1.III
4.
Cyril Benson, Advanced _structural Design.
5.
Gaylord E.H. and Gaylord C.N., Structural Engineering Hand Book.
6.
Bresler, Boris and T.Y.Lin , Design of Steel Structures.
7.
Lothers,
Advanced Design in Steel.
8.
IS: 800: Indian Standard Code of Practice for general construction in steel.
9. S.P. 6 (1)
Hand Book for Structural Engineers.

Structural sleel sections.
10.
I.R.C. Codes and Railway Board Codes, pertaining to bridges.
11.
IS : 6533. Code of Practice for Design and Construction of steel chimneys.
12.
IS 811. Cold formed Light gauge structures steel sections.
13.
IS : 801, Code of practice for use of cold formed light gauge steel structural
members in general building c
onstruction.
14.
SP : 6(5) : ISl Hand Book for Structural Engineers. Cold

Formed Light gauge
steel Structures.
15.
IS : 4923. Specifications for Hollow steel sections for Structural use.
16.
IS : 1161 . Specifications for Steel Tubes for Structural pur
poses.
17.
IS : 806. Code of Practice for use of steel tubes in general building construction.
18.
Vazirani, Aswani, “ Design of Concrete Structures

III ,” Khanna Publishers New
Delhi. 2000
19.
Krishna Raju N “ Design of Bridges,” Oxford, IBH Publi
cations New Delhi.
20. JohnsonV
ictor, “ Essential of Bridge Engineering,” Oxford, IBH Publications,
New Delhi
21. Prevalent IS Codes)
CONCEPT OF PRE FABRICATION AND PRECAST STRUCTURES
Subject Code
:
10
CCS

333
IA Marks
:
50
No. of Lecture H
rs
/Week
:
04
Exam
Hrs
: 03
Total No. of Lecture Hrs : 52 Exam
Marks : 100
Concept of Prefabricated construction

necessity, advantages, disadvantages, Mass
p
roduced steel, reinforced concrete and masonry systems Industrialized buildings.
Concept of modular coordination, basic module, planning and design modules,
modular grid systems, National Building Code Specifications, standardization,
dimensioning of prod
ucts, preferred dimensions and sizes, tolerances and deviations,
layout and process.
Prefabricates classification

foundation, columns, beams, roof and floor panels, wall
panels
, clay units, box prefabricates in
erection and assembly.
Design of prefabricat
ed elements

Lift points beams, slabs, c
olumns, wall panels,
footings, D
esign of joints to transfer axial forces, moments and shear forces and
design of ferro cement ferro
and
concrete elements.
Construction techniques, large panel construction

lift sl
ab system, Glover
system, Constains’s Jack

block system, Constain V

plate system, Bison system,
Silber
–
Kuhi system, control of construction processes.
Equipments for horizontal and vertical transportation.
Reference Books:
1.
Hass A.M.
–
Precast Concrete
–
Design and applications Applied Science, 1983.
2.
David Shepperd
–
“Plant cast, Precas
t and Prestressed concrete
–
McG
raw Hill;
1989.
3.
Dyachenko and Mirtousky
–
Prefabrication of reinforced concrete
–
MIR
Publishers.
4.
NBC
–
2005 ( Part I to Part VII) BIS Pu
blications, New Delhi
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