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1. BASICS of STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS INTRODUCTION : Introduction to structural dynamics importance of structural dynamics types and sources of dynamic loads distinguishing features of a dynamic problem methodology for dynamic analysis types of structural vibration basic terminology 2. SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM !inear systems : "#uation of motion components of vibration system natural fre#uency viscous damping response to undamped $ damped free and forced vibration response to support motion principle of accelerometers and displacement meters TWO DEGREES OF FREEDOM "#uations of motion "igen value problem free vibration response forced vibration response to harmonic e%citation response to support motion model analysis 3. EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN INTRODUCTION : "lements of "ngineering seismology Indian &eismicity faults seismic 'aves earth#ua(e intensity and magnitude earth#ua(e ground motion behaviour of structures in the past "arth#ua(es basic terminology 4. EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE !inear systems : "arth#ua(e ground motion response spectrum response history analysis I& code provisions for the determination of lateral loads modal analysis &oil li#uefaction soil)structure interaction effects 5. DESIGN CONCEPTS &eismic Design Concepts design spectrum "arth#ua(e Resistant Design of simple framed structures I& *+,- code provisions ductile detailing of Reinforced Concrete frames as per I& *-,./ T !" Boo#$% * 0nil 1 Chopra2 3Dynamics of &tructures Theory and 0pplications to "arth#ua(e "ngineering42 5rentice 6all of India 758 Ne'Delhi2 .//9 . Clough R :2 and 5en;ien2 3Dynamics of &tructures42 <c=ra' 6ill >oo( Co !td2 *,,- & 1 Duggal 3"arth#ua(e Resistant &tructures4 O%ford University 5ress2 Ne' Delhi2 .//? R f & '( $ % * 5an(a@ 0gar'al $ <anish &hri(hande2 3"arth#ua(e Resistant Design and &tructures42 5rentice 6all of India2 .//A . 5a; <ario2 3&tructural Dynamics Theory and Coimputation42 C>& publishers2 .//9 - Craig2 R R2 and 0ndre' B 1 3&tructural Dynamics 0n Introduction to computer <ethods42 Bohn :iley $ &ons2 .//A 9 >iggs2 B <2 3Introduction to &tructural Dynamics42 <c=ra' 6ill2 Co 2 *,A9 C <anic(aselvam2 D 12 3"lementary &tructural Dynamics42 Dhanpat Rai $ &ons2 .//* A &tefen ! 1ramer2 3=eotechnical "arth#ua(e "ngineering42 5earson "ducation 5ublications2 .//? 5roceedings of the 'inter school on 3"arth#ua(e Resistant &tructural Design42 Department of Civil "ngineering2 5&= College of Technology2 *9).? November .//9

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1. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS >asics of electricity &ingle E Three phase supply 5rotective devices in electrical installations "arthing for safety Types of earthing I&I specifications Types of 'ires2 'iring systems and their choice 5lanning electrical 'iring for building <ain and distribution boards Transformers and s'itch gears !ayout of substations 2. PRINCIPLES OF ILLUMINATION ) DESIGN Disual tas(s Factors affecting visual tas(s <odern theory of light and colour &ynthesis of light 0dditive and subtractive synthesis of colour !uminous flu% Candela &olid angle illumination Utilisation factor Depreciation factor <&C5 <6C5 !ans of illumination Classification of lighting 0rtificial light sources &pectral energy distribution !uminous efficiency Colour temperature Colour rendering Design of modern lighting !ighting for stores2 offices2 schools2 hospitals and house lighting "lementary idea of special features re#uired and minimum level of illumination re#uired for physically handicapped and elderly in building types 3. REFRIGERATION PRINCIPLES ) APPLICATIONS Thermodynamics 6eat Temperature2 measurement transfer Change of state &ensible heat !atent heat of fusion2 evaporation2 sublimation saturation temperature &uper heated vapour &ubcooled li#uid 5ressure temperature relationship for li#uids Refrigerants Dapour compression cycle Compressors "vaporators Refrigerant control devices "lectric motors &tarters 0ir handling units Cooling to'ers :indo' type and pac(aged air)conditioners Chilled 'ater plant Fan coil systems :ater piping Cooling load 0ir conditioning systems for different types of buildings 5rotection against fire to be caused by 0 C &ystems 4. FIRE SAFETY INSTALLATION Causes of fire in buildings &afety regulations N>C 5lanning considerations in buildings li(e non)combustible materials2 construction2 staircases and lift lobbies2 fire escapes and 0 C systems &pecial features re#uired for physically handicapped and elderly in building types 6eat and smo(e detectors Fire alarm system2 snor(el ladder Fire lighting pump and 'ater storage Dry and 'et risers 0utomatic sprin(lers 5. PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE 5lumbing fi%tures and fi%ture fittings :ater conserving fittings Over flo's &trainers and connectors 5rohibited fi%tures &pecial fi%tures Installation of 'ater closet Urinals ) Flushing devices Floor drains &ho'er stall >ath tub >idets <inimum plumbing facilities Rain 'ater harvesting systems Necessity Construction Different types R f & '( $ * " R 0mbrose2 36eat 5umps and "lectric 6eating42 Bohn and :iley and &ons2 Inc 2 Ne' Gor(2 *,A+ . 6andboo( for >uilding "ngineers in <etric systems2 N>C2 Ne' Delhi2 *,A+ - 5hilips !ighting in 0rchitectural Design2 <c=ra')6ill2 Ne' Gor(2 *,A9 9 R = 6op(inson and B D 1ay2 3The !ighting of buildings42 Faber and Faber2 !ondon2 *,A, C :illiam 6 &everns and Bulian R Fello's2 30ir)conditioning and Refrigeration42 Bohn :iley and &ons2 !ondon2 *,++ A 0 F C &herratt2 30ir)conditioning and "nergy Conservation42 The 0rchitectural 5ress2 !ondon2 *,+/ ? National >uilding Code + Uniform 5lumbing Code 7India8

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1. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS Indian Contracts 0ct)"lements of Contracts)Types of contracts)Features)&uitability) Design of Contract Documents)International contract document)&tandard contract Document)!a' of Torts 2. TENDERS 5re#ualification)>idding)0ccepting)"valuation of Tender from Technical2 Contractual and commercial points of vie')contract formation and interpretation)5otential contractual problems):orld >an( 5rocedures and =uidelines 3. ARBITRATION Comparison of 0ctions and !a's)0greements2 sub@ect matter)Diolations)0ppointment of 0rbitrators)Conditions of 0rbitrations)5o'ers and duties of 0rbitrator)Rules of "vidence) "nforcement of 0'ard)costs 4. LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Insurance and >onding)!a's =overning &ale2 5urchase and use of Urban and Rural land)!and Revenue codes) Ta% !a's)Income Ta%2 &ales Ta%2 "%cise and customs duties and their influence on construction costs)!egal re#uirements for planning)5roperty !a') 0gency !a')!ocal =overnment !a's for 0pproval)&tatutory Regulations 5. LABOUR REGULATION &ocial &ecurity):elfare !egislation)!a's relating to 'ages2 >onus and Industrial Disputes2 !abour 0dministration) Insurance and &afety Regulations):or(menHs Compensation 0ct)Other !abour la's

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1. FUNDAMENTALS OF GROUND WATER Introduction Characteristic of =round 'ater Distribution of 'ater ) ground 'ater column 5ermeability ) DarcyHs !a' ) !aboratory permeability test ) Types of a#uifers ) 6ydrogeological Cycle 'ater level fluctuations 2. HYDRAULICS OF FLOW &torage coefficient ) &pecific field ) 6eterogeneity and 0nisotrophy )Transmissivity ) =overning e#uations of ground 'ater flo' ) &teady state flo' ) Dupuit Forchheimer assumptions ) Delocity potential ) Flo' nets 3. ESTIMATION OF PARAMETERS Transmissivity and &torativity 5umping test ) Unsteady state flo' ) Thiess method ) Bacob method ) Image 'ell theory "ffect of partial penetrations of 'ells Collectors 'ells 4. GROUND WATER DE*ELOPMENT Infiltration gallery ) Con@unctive use ) 0rtificial recharge )&afe yield )Gield test =eophysical methods &election of pumps 5. WATER QUALITY =round 'ater chemistry ) Origin2 movement and #uality ) :ater #uality standards ) &alt'ater intrusion "nvironmental concern

T !" Boo#$% * Raghunath 6 < 2 3=round :ater 6ydrology42 :iley "astern !td 2 ./// . Todd D 1 2 3=round :ater 6ydrology42 Bohn :iley and &ons2 ./// R f & '( $% * 1aranth 1 =round 'ater 0ssessment and <anagement T0T0 <c=ra')6ill2 "ducation 5vt ltd2 Noida2 .//9 . :alton2C 3=round :ater Resource "valuation42 <c=ra')6ill 5ublications

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1. DEMAND ASSESSMENT Introduction Consumptive and non)consumptive demands Crop 'ater re#uirement 0llo'able deficit "ffective rainfall Irrigation re#uirement Irrigation fre#uencies Other demands Control and regulating structures Flo' measurements Calibration of structures 2. OPERATION PLAN "%isting operation practices in India Ob@ectives of preparing operation plan 5recipitation and runoff Dependable yield &easonal and Intraseason planning <atching supply and demand 5reparation of operation plan for main canal2 distributory ) Case studies 3. MONITORING AND E*ALUATION Implementation of operation plan <onitoring parameters Feed bac( from field Revie' and revision 5erformance indicators "valuation of system performance 4. MAINTENANCE 5hysical and social phenomenon causing maintenance problems and their solutions Diagnostic survey Development of maintenance plans Deferred maintenance and rehabilitation 5. MANAGEMENT 5hysical and administration control of the system :ater la's :ater userJs association 7:U08 and their role in)distribution of 'ater belo' the outlet and maintenance of the system Role of :U0 in system management Irrigation management transfer :ater cess &ustainability of irrigation systems R f & '( $% * 6and >oo( on Irrigation &ystem Operation 5ractices2 :ater Resources <anagement and Training 5ro@ect Technical Report No --2 C:C2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,/ . 6and >oo( for improving Irrigation &ystem <aintenance 5ractices2 :ater Resources <anagement and Training 5ro@ect2 Technical Report No *,02 C:C2 Ne' Delhi2 *,+, - <aloney C and Ra@u 1 D 2 <anaging Irrigation Together2 5ractice and 5olicy in India2 &tage 5ublication2 Ne' Delhi2 India2 *,,9 9 &agardoy B 0 2 >ottrall 0 2 and Utten >ogaard = O 2 Organisation2 Operation and <aintenance of Irrigation &chemes2 Irrigation and Drainage2 5aper No 9/2 F0K2 Rome2 *,+A C 5reparation of the Operation 5lan and "%ample2 Indo)Dutch Training 5ro@ect <anagement Unit2 =roup Report2 *,,A Irrigation <anagement in India 5olicy2 5rocesses and 5erformance O%ford I>6 5hotography Co 758 !td 2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,,

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1. COASTAL OCEANS Introduction and >asic concepts Coastal :aters2 "stuaries2 :etlands and lagoons 5ollution &tresses on Coastal 'ater <arine sediments &ediment transport Te%ture2 composition and distribution !iving resources in the coastal ;one and their conservation and utili;ation Non)living resources and their e%ploration and e%ploitation 2. WA*E DYNAMICS :ave characteristics 0iryJs !inear :ave Theory Deep 'ater 'aves &hallo' 'ater 'aves Transitional 'aves :ind generated 'aves &ea s'ell &urface)'ave refraction :ave reflection :ave brea(ing &torm surge Tsunami Internal 'aves 3. COASTAL PROCESSES "rosion and depositional shore features change levels of the shoreline plate tectonics and coasts Tides and currents !ittoral currents Rene'able ocean energy &hifting river mouths and delta formation shoreline shifting and need for continuous survey ocean thermal energy conversion :ave)tidal engineering structures and other infrastructure in coastal ;one Dy(es and !evees 4. EN*IRONMENTAL IMPACTS IN COASTAL +ONE 6ydraulic aspects "cological aspects !and use in coastal ;one Coastal a#uifers &ea 'ater intrusion Desalination >rac(ish'ater a#uaculture and its impact on coastal ;one Coastal ;one management Concepts and development Data base for coastal ;one management Design and operation of closure 'or(s &and closure 5. GIS AND REMOTE SENSING APPLICATION IN COASTAL MANAGEMENT Introduction and basic concepts of =I& Data entry storage and analysis and modeling 0pplication in coastal ;one 0#uaculture remote sensing >asic concepts 0pplication of remote sensing in coastal ;one management

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1. GENERAL :ater Resources &urvey ) :ater Resource& of India and Tamilnadu ) Description of :ater Resources 5lanning ) "conomics of : R 5lanning ) 5hysical and &ocio economic data ) National 'ater 5olicy ) Tamil nadu &tate :ater 5olicy ) Collection of meteorological and hydrological data for 'ater resources development 2. NETWORK DESIGN 6ydrologic measurement 0nalysis of hydrologic data ) 6ydrologic station net'or( ) &tation net'or( design ) &tatistical techni#ues in net'or( design 3. WATER RESOURCE NEEDS Consumptive and non)consumptive 'ater use ) "stimation of 'ater re#uirements for irrigation2 for drin(ing and navigation ) :ater characteristics and #uality &cope and aims of master plan ) Concept of basin as a unit for development ) :ater budget and development plan 4. RESER*OIR PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Reservoir ) &ingle and multipurpose ) <ultiob@ective ) Fi%ation of &torage capacity ) &trategies for reservoir operation ) &edimentation of reservoirs ) Design flood !evees and flood 'alls ) Channel improvement 5. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS "stimation of cost and "valuation of >enefits ) Discount rate ) Discounting factors ) Discounting techni#ues Computer 0pplication

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1. INTRODUCTION Impact of development pro@ects under Civil "ngineering on environment "nvironmental Impact 0ssessment 7"I08 ) "nvironmental Impact &tatement 7"I&8 "I0 capability and limitations !egal provisions on "I0 2. METHODOLOGIES <ethods of "I0 Chec( lists <atrices Net'or(s Cost)benefit analysis 0nalysis of alternatives Case studies 3. PREDICTION AND ASSESSMENT 0ssessment of Impact on land2 'ater and air2 noise2 social2 cultural flora and faunaM <athematical modelsM public participation Rapid "I0 4. EN*IRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 5lan for mitigation of adverse impact on environment options for mitigation of impact on 'ater2 air and land2 flora and faunaM 0ddressing the issues related to the 5ro@ect 0ffected 5eople I&O *9/// 5. CASE STUDIES "I0 for infrastructure pro@ects >ridges &tadium 6igh'ays Dams <ulti)storey >uildings :ater &upply and Drainage 5ro@ects

T !" Boo#$% * Canter2 R ! 2 3"nvironmental Impact 0ssessment42 <c=ra')6ill Inc 2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,A . &hu(la2 & 1 and &rivastava2 5 R 2 3Concepts in "nvironmental Impact 0nalysis42 Common :ealth 5ublishers2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,. R f & '( $% * Bohn = Rau and David C 6ooten 7"d8 2 3"nvironmental Impact 0nalysis 6andboo(42 <c=ra')6ill >oo( Company2 *,,/ . 3"nvironmental 0ssessment &ource boo(42 Dol I2 II $ III The :orld >an(2 :ashington2 D C 2 *,,* - Budith 5etts2 36andboo( of "nvironmental Impact 0ssessment Dol I $ II42 >lac('ell &cience2 *,,,

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1. INTRODUCTION Types of industries and industrial pollution Characteristics of industrial 'astes 5opulation e#uivalent >ioassay studies effects of industrial effluents on streams2 se'er2 land2 se'age treatment plants and human health "nvironmental legislations related to prevention and control of industrial effluents and ha;ardous 'astes 2. CLEANER PRODUCTION :aste management 0pproach :aste 0udit Dolume and strength reduction <aterial and process modifications Recycle2 reuse and byproduct recovery 0pplications 3. POLLUTION FROM MA-OR INDUSTRIES &ources2 Characteristics2 'aste treatment flo' sheets for selected industries such as Te%tiles2 Tanneries2 5harmaceuticals2 "lectroplating industries2 Dairy2 &ugar2 5aper2 distilleries2 &teel plants2 Refineries2 fertili;er2 thermal po'er plants :aste'ater reclamation concepts 4. TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES "#ualisation Neutralisation Removal of suspended and dissolved organic solids ) Chemical o%idation 0dsorption ) Removal of dissolved inorganics Combined treatment of industrial and municipal 'astes Residue management De'atering ) Disposal 5. HA+ARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT 6a;ardous 'astes ) 5hysico chemical treatment solidification incineration &ecured land fill T !" Boo#$% * < N Rao $ 0 1 Dutta2 3:aste'ater Treatment42 O%ford ) I>6 5ublication2 *,,C . : : "c(enfelder Br 2 3Industrial :ater 5ollution Control42 <c=ra')6ill >oo( Company2 Ne' Delhi2 ./// R f & '( $% * T T &hen2 3Industrial 5ollution 5revention42 &pringer2 *,,, . R ! &tephenson and B > >lac(burn2 Br 2 3Industrial :aste'ater &ystems 6and boo(42 !e'is 5ublisher2 Ne' Gor(2 *,,+ - 6 < Freeman2 3Industrial 5ollution 5revention 6and >oo(42 <c=ra')6ill Inc 2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,C 9 >ishop2 5 ! 2 35ollution 5revention: Fundamental $ 5ractice42 <c=ra')6ill2 .///

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1. INTRODUCTION Role of ground improvement in foundation engineering ) methods of ground improvement =eotechnical problems in alluvial2 lateric and blac( cotton soils )&election of suitable ground improvement techni#ues based on soil condition 2. DRAINAGE AND DEWATERING Drainage techni#ues ) :ell points ) Daccum and electro osmotic methods &eepage analysis for t'o dimensional flo' fully and partially penetrating slots in homogenous deposits7&imple cases only8 3. INSITU TREATMENT OF COHESIONLESS AND COHESI*E SOILS Insitu densification of cohesionless and consolidation of cohesive soils Dynamic compaction and consolidation ) Dibrofloation ) &and pile compaction ) 5reloading 'ith sand drains and fabric drains &tone columns !ime piles ) Installation techni#ues only ) relative merits of various methods and their limitations 4. EARTH REINFORCEMENT Concept of reinforcement ) Types of reinforcement material ) 0pplications of reinforced earth ) =eote%tiles in filtration drainage ) &eparation and road 'or(s 5. GROUND TECHNIQUES Types of grouts ) =routing e#uipment and machinery ) In@ection methods =rout monitoring &tabilisation 'ith cement2 lime and chemical ) &tabilisation e%pansive soils

T !" Boo#$% * 1oerner R < 24Construction and =eotechical <ethods in Foundation "ngineering42 <c=ra' 6ill2 *,,9 . 5urushothama Ra@2 5 4=round Improvement Techni#ues42 !a%mi 5ublications 7p8 !td 2 Ne' Delhi

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1. PRO-ECT FORMULATION =eneration and &creening of 5ro@ect Ideas)5ro@ect identification)5reliminary 0nalysis2 <ar(et2 Technical2 Financial2 "conomic and "cological)5re)Feasibility Report and its Clearance2 5ro@ect "stimates and Techno ) "conomic Feasibility Report2 Detailed 5ro@ect Report Different 5ro@ect Clearances re#uired 2. PRO-ECT COSTING 5ro@ect cash flo's)Time value of <oney)Cost of Capital 3. PRO-ECT APPRAISAL N5D)>CR)IRR)0RR)Urgency)pay bac( period)0ssessment of Darious <ethods)Indian 5ractice of Investment 0ppraisal)International practice of 0ppraisal)0nalysis of Ris() Different <ethods &election of a 5ro@ect and Ris( 0nalysis in 5ractice 4. PRO-ECT FINANCING 5ro@ect Financing)<eans of Finance)Financial Institutions)&pecial schemes)1ey Financial Indicators 5. PRI*ATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION 5rivate sector participation in Infrastructure Development 5ro@ects)>OT2 >O!T2 >OOT Technology Transfer and Foreign Collaboration)&cope of Technology Transfer

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1. SOURCES AND EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS Classification of air pollutants 5articulates and gaseous pollutants &ources of air pollution &ource inventory "ffects of air pollution on human beings2 materials2 vegetation2 animals global 'arming)o;one layer depletion2 &ampling and 0nalysis >asic 5rinciples of &ampling &ource and ambient sampling 0nalysis of pollutants 5rinciples 2. DISPERSION OF POLLUTANTS "lements of atmosphere <eteorological factors :ind roses !apse rate ) 0tmospheric stability and turbulence 5lume rise Dispersion of pollutants Dispersion models 0pplications 3. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL Concepts of control 5rinciples and design of control measures 5articulates control by gravitational2 centrifugal2 filtration2 scrubbing2 electrostatic precipitation &election criteria for e#uipment ) gaseous pollutant control by adsorption2 absorption2 condensation2 combustion 5ollution control for specific ma@or industries 4. AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT 0ir #uality standards 0ir #uality monitoring 5reventive measures ) 0ir pollution control efforts Loning To'n planning regulation of ne' industries !egislation and enforcement "nvironmental Impact 0ssessment and 0ir #uality 5. NOISE POLLUTION &ources of noise pollution "ffects 0ssessment ) &tandards Control methods ) 5revention T * . !" Boo#$ 0n@aneyulu2 D 2 30ir 5ollution and Control Technologies42 0llied 5ublishers2 <umbai2 .//. Rao2 C & "nvironmental 5ollution Control "ngineering2 :iley "astern !td 2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,A Rao < N 2 and Rao 6 D N 2 0ir 5ollution Control2 Tata)<c=ra')6ill2 Ne' Delhi2 *,,A

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