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VEERMATA JIJABAI TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

[ Autonomous Institute affiliated to University of Mumbai ]

SYLLABUS
FOR

S.Y. B. TECH.
(Civil Engineering)

VEERMATA JIJABAI TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE,


[V.J.T.I.]
MATUNGA, MUMBAI 400 019.

[ YEAR 2010-2011 ]

Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute


Scheme of Teaching and Evaluation

S Y B Tech (Civil Engineering)


(Semester III)

Theory Courses
Course
Code

MA0203
CE0201
CE0202
CE0203
SE0223

Course Name

Hr/Week

Applied Mathematics III


Geomatics
Building Construction
Fluid Mechanics
Mechanics of Solids
Total

Examination Scheme
(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits

3
3
3
3
3
15

1
1
1
3

4
3
4
3
4
18

TA

IST

ESE

Total

ESE
(W)
(hrs)

10
10
10
10
10

30
30
30
30
30

60
60
60
60
60

100
100
100
100
100

3
3
3
3
3

Laboratory Courses
Course
Code

Course Name

Hr/Week
L

CE1201
CE1202
CE1203
CE1204

Construction Engineering
Lab I
Construction Engineering
Lab II
Hydraulics Lab I
Computer Applications in
Civil Engg Lab
Total -

Examination Scheme
(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits
TA

ESE (O / P)

Total

ESE
(P)
(hrs)

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

12

Co-curricular Activities
Course
Code
CC4231
CC4232

Course Name

Hr/Week

Industry-Academia
Interaction
E-Library/ Internet
Total

A/NA

3
5

Total for
L
T
P
Total Hours
Credits
Semester
15
3
17
35
24
Abbreviations:
L: Lectures, T: Tutorial, P: Practical, TA: Teacher Assessment, ESE (P): End Semester Practical Examination, ESE (O):
End Semester Oral Examination, IST: In Semester Test/s, ESE (W): End Semester Written Examination, ESE (W) (hrs):
End Semester Written Examination duration, ESE (O) (hrs): End Semester Practical Examination (duration), A/NA:
Attended/Not Attended
Notes:
TA for Theory and Laboratory courses shall carry 25 marks.
IST: One mid semester test (40 marks of two hour duration) and two surprise Tests/Quizzes (5% weightage of each). ESE
(W) shall be of 100 marks of 3 hours, ESE (P) and ESE (O) shall be decided as per course requirement. ESE (O) and ESE
(P) shall together carry 25 marks.
Industry - Academia Interaction: Wednesday afternoon slot will be used. Module or broad subject outline will be decided
by the course coordinator. Lectures as per module in the defined areas of eminent personalities from industry or academia
will be arranged. Assessment will be done on the attendance of the students for the module. More than 60%: Attended,
otherwise: Not Attended.
E- Library/ Internet: Every theory course must have at least one assignment or case-study which requires exhaustive
internet search/support.

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Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute


Scheme of Teaching and Evaluation

S Y B Tech (Civil Engineering)


(Semester IV)

Theory Courses
Course
Code

MA0204
SE0224
CE0204
SE0225
CE0205
CE0221

Course Name

Hr/Week

Applied Mathematics - IV
Structural Analysis I
Engineering Geology
Soil Mechanics
Applied Hydraulics
Environmental Studies
Total

Examination Scheme
(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits

3
3
3
3
3
3
18

1
1
1
3

4
4
3
3
4
3
21

TA

IST

ESE

Total

ESE
(W)
(hrs)

10
10
10
10
10
10

30
30
30
30
30
30

60
60
60
60
60
60

100
100
100
100
100
100

3
3
3
3
3
3

Laboratory Courses
Course
Code

Course Name

Hr/Week
L

CE1205
SE1202
CE1206
CE1207

Construction Engineering
Lab III
Structural Engineering
Lab I
Construction Engineering
Lab IV
Hydraulics Lab II
Total -

Co-curricular Activities
Course
Course Name
Code
CC4241

Examination Scheme
(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits
TA

ESE (O / P)

Total

ESE
(P)
(hrs)

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

3
12

1.5
6

50

50

100

Hr/Week

Industry-Academia
Interaction
Total

A/NA

L
T
P
Total Hours
Credits
Total for
Semester
18
3
14
35
27
Abbreviations:
L: Lectures, T: Tutorial, P: Practical, TA: Teacher Assessment, ESE (P): End Semester Practical Examination, ESE (O):
End Semester Oral Examination, IST: In Semester Test/s, ESE (W): End Semester Written Examination, ESE (W) (hrs):
End Semester Written Examination duration, ESE (O) (hrs): End Semester Practical Examination (duration), A/NA:
Attended/Not Attended
Notes:
TA for Theory and Laboratory courses shall carry 25 marks.
IST: One mid semester test (40 marks of two hour duration) and two surprise Tests/Quizzes (5% weightage of each).. ESE
(W) shall be of 100 marks of 3 hours, ESE (P) and ESE (O) shall be decided as per course requirement. ESE (O) and ESE
(P) shall together carry 25 marks.
Industry - Academia Interaction: Wednesday afternoon slot will be used. Module or broad subject outline will be decided
by the course coordinator. Lectures as per module in the defined areas of eminent personalities from industry or academia
will be arranged. Assessment will be done on the attendance of the students for the module. (More than 75%: Attended,
otherwise: Not Attended.

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

SEMESTER III

Course Code

MA 0203

Course Title

APPLIED MATHEMATICS - III

Course Contents:Module 1 Laplace Transforms


1.1 Functions of bounded variation
1.2 Laplace transforms of standard functions such as
1, t n , e at , sin at , cos at , sinh at , erf t
1.3 Linear property of Laplace transforms.
1.4 First shifting theorem, Second shifting theorem
L tn f t ,L f t ,L f t

f u du , L d

,L
0

dt n

f t

1.5 Change of scale property: Unit step functions, Heaviside, Dirac delta
functions, Periodic functions and their Laplace transforms.
1.6 Inverse Laplace transform using linear property, theorems, partial fractions
and convolution theorem.
1.7 Application to solve ordinary differential equations with one dependent
variable.
Module 2 Matrices
2.1 Types of matrices
2.2 Adjoint (Adjugate) of a matrix. Inverse of a matrix.
2.3 Elementary transformations of matrix, rank of a matrix.
2.4 Reduction to a normal form.
2.5 Partitioning of matrix, System of homogeneous and non- homogeneous
equations, their consistency and solution.
2.6 Eigen values Eigen vectors of square matrix.
2.7 Cayley Hamiltons theorem and function of square matrix.
2.8 Brief revision of vectors over real field, Inner product, Norm, Linear
dependence and independence, Orthogonality of matrix.
2.9 Characteristic polynomial, values and vectors of square matrix.
Module 3 Fourier Series and Integrals
3.1 Orthogonal orthonormal functions, Expression for a function in series of
orthogonal functions.
3.2 Dirchlets conditions.
3.3 Fourier series of periodic function with period 2 ,2l ,Dichlets theorem,
even and odd functions.
3.4 Half range expansions, Parsevals relations.
3.5 Complex form of Fourier series. Fourier integral.
Module 4 Numerical Methods
4.1 Solutions of systems of linear algebric equations.
4.2 Gauss elimation , Gauss Jordan, Crouts(LU) method
4.3 Gauss Seidal and jacobi iteration.
4.4 Differential equation, Taylor Series method, Picard method, Rungakutta
method, Euler method.
Text Books
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, H K Dass, S Chand & Co. Ltd, 3 rd Edition,
2006 ,2007
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics, Dr B S Grewal, Khanna Publications, 39th Edition,
2005.
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3. Theory and Problems in Numerical Methods, T Veerarajan, T Ramachandran, Tata


McGraw-Hill, First Edition, 2004.
Reference Books
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erurin Kreyszig, Wiley Eastern Ltd,2000
2. Engineering Mathematics for semester III, T Veerrajan, Tata McGraw Hill.,2005
3. Matrices, A R Vasishtha,2005

Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE0201

Course Title

GEOMETICS

SEMESTER III

Course Contents
1 Introduction
Various types of surveying- based on methods and instruments, classifications, uses and
necessity of geodetic surveying, photographic, astronomy and hydrographic surveying
Diagonal scale, various types of venires, micrometers on surveying instruments, principles
of surveying
Chain surveying, instruments required for linear measurement, minor instruments for setting
out right angle
2 Leveling and contouring
Definitions, technical terms, different types of levels such as dumpy, quickset, precise, auto
Temporary and permanent adjustments of dumpy and auto level
Different methods of leveling, reduction of levels, problems
Difficulties in leveling work, corrections and precautions to be taken in leveling work
Contour definitions, contour interval, equivalent, uses and characteristics of contour lines,
direct and indirect methods of contouring
Running a level line, L section, cross section, methods of interpolation
Grade contour- definition, use, setting out in field
Computation of volume by trapezoidal and prismoidal formula, volume from spot levels,
volume from contour plan
3 Plane Table Surveying
Definitions, uses and advantages, temporary adjustments
Different methods of plane table surveying, Two point problem
Errors in plane table survey, use of telescopic alidade
4 Traverse Surveying
Compass: Bearings- different types, compass prismatic, surveyor, whole circle, reduced
bearings, Local Attraction
Theodolite:- Various parts and axis of transit, technical terms, temporary and permanent
adjustments of a transit, horizontal and vertical angles, methods of repetition and reiteration
Different methods of running a theodolite traverses, Gales traverse table, balancing of
traverse by Bow-Ditchs transit and modified transit rules
Problems on one-plane and two-plane methods, omitted measurements, Precautions in
using theodolite, errors in theodolite survey, Use of theodolite for various works such as
prolongation of a straight line, setting out an angle
5 Setting out Works
General horizontal and vertical control, setting out of foundation plan for load bearing and
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framed structure, batter board, slope and grade stakes, setting out with theodolite
Setting out of sewer line, culvert, use of laser for works
Setting out center line for tunnel, transfer of levels to underground work
Project / route survey for bridge, dam and canal
Checking verticality of high rise structures
6 Areas
Area of a irregular figure by Trapezoidal rule, average ordinate rule, Simpsons 1/3 rule,
various co ordinate methods
Planimeter: types of planimeter including digital planimeter, area of zero circle, use of
planimeter
7 Tachometric surveying
Principles and uses, advantages, stadia formula, different methods of tacheometer,
subtense bar method, location details by tacheometer, stadia diagram and tables, error and
accuracy in tacheometry survey work
8 Curves
Definitions of different terms, necessity of curves and types of curves. Simple circular curves
and compound curves, office and field work, linear methods of setting out of curves
Angular methods for setting out of curves, two theodolite and Rankine deflection angle
methods
Reverse and transition curves, their properties and their advantages, design of transition
curves, shift, spiral angle
Composite curves office and field work, setting out of curve by angular method, composite
curve problems
Vertical curves definitions, geometry and types, tangent correction and chord gradient
methods, sight distance on a vertical curve, difficulties in setting out curves and solutions for
the same
Text Book
1. Surveying and Leveling. N.N.Basak,1st Edition ,Tata McGraw Hill Publications,2010
Reference Books
1. Surveying and Leveling, Vol I & II, Kanetkar and Kulkarni, 24th edition, Pune Vidyarthi Griha,
Pune.,2006
2. Surveying, R Agor, Khanna Publishers, 2009.

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE0202

Course Title

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

SEMESTER III

Course Contents
1 Introduction
Types of structures framed, load bearing and composite, suitability and economic aspects of
each type
2 Building materials
Classification of Building materials, requirements of building materials and products, functional,
aesthetical and economic
Study of properties of materials: physical, mechanical, chemical, biological, aesthetical and
other complex properties like durability, reliability, compatibility, and economic characteristics
3 Surface finishes
Pointing: types, plastering: materials and types, painting, Building facia,
Materials and products based on mineral binders, gypsum, lime, plaster of paris, cement,
hydraulic lime, mortars and concrete, gypsum-concrete products.
Paints and Varnishes: types and uses
4 Masonry Construction
Structural Clay products, Classification, Common clay brick, face bricks and tiles, ceramic tiles,
paving blocks
Brick masonry, stone masonry and block masonry
5 Doors and windows
Types, materials used, manufacture of doors and windows, fixtures
Grill work materials used, manufacture
Metal and metal alloys: Products made of ferrous and non ferrous metals, Aluminum alloys,
Types and Uses, Anticorrosive treatment. Glass Types and uses
Wood varieties and uses, defects in timber, preservative treatments, and wood composites.
6 Floors and roofs
Floors types of floors, floor finishes, suitability
Roofs materials used, types, wooden and steel trusses, roof coverings, roof drainage
Synthetic Polymer resins and resins based materials, floor covering, wall facing, heat insulating
and sound proofing plastics, water proofing and sealing resins, Method of Fixing.
7 Excavation and foundations
Excavation in soils and rocks, shoring and strutting, dewatering
Simple foundations like isolated, strip, continuous and raft, Pile Foundation
8 Concrete construction
Batching and mixing, transportation and placing, curing
Pre-cast concrete advantages, suitability, manufacturing storage curing and erection
methods for pre-cast components
Formwork design of simple form work, materials for formwork, centering and staging,
scaffolding
9 Damp proofing and water proofing materials and methods
Bitumen, tars and asphalt: Properties and uses
Text Book
1. Building Construction, B C Punmiya, 10th Edition, Laxmi Publications., 2008.
Reference Books
1. Building Construction, Mackay, Vol I to VII, Orient Longman Publication.,1971
2. Engineering Materials, Rangwala, Charotar Publication,2010
3. Materials of Construction, Ghosh, Tata McGraw Hill Publications.,1989
4. Relevant IS Codes, BIS
5. National Building Code 2003, Indian Standards Institution., BIS

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE0203

Course Title

FLUID MECHANICS

SEMESTER III

Course Contents
1 Properties of Fluid
Mass density, specific weight, specific gravity, specific volume, vapour pressure,
compressibility, elasticity, surface tension, capillarity; Newtons law of viscosity, classification
of fluids, dynamic viscosity and kinematics viscosity, variation of viscosity with temperature;
Basic concept applicable to fluid mechanics.
2 Fluid Statics
Measurement of Pressure
Pressure variation in a static fluid, PASCALs law, Units and scales of pressure measurement
Atmospheric pressure, Absolute Pressure, Gauge Pressure and Vacuum Pressure,
Hydrostatic Paradox.
Piezometer,U-Tube Manometer, Single Column Manometer,U-Tube Differntial Manometer ,
Inverterd U-Tube Differntial Manometer, Micromanometers. Mechanical Pressure Gauges.
Hydrostatic force on plane and curved surface
Total Pressure and Center of Pressure, Pressure Diagram, Total Pressure on Plane Surfaces
and Depth of Center of Pressure, Total Pressure on Curved Surfaces, Practical applications
of Total Pressure and Center of Pressure
Buoyancy and Flotation
Buoyant force, Buoyancy and Center of Buoyancy, Archimedes Principle, Principle of
Floatation
Metacentre and Metacentric Height, Equilibrium of Floating bodies and Submerged bodies
Evaluation of Metacentric Height Theoretical Method and Experimental Method
Oscillation of Floating Body
Fluids in Relative Equilibrium
Static fluid subjected to uniform linear acceleration
Liquid containers subjected to constant horizontal acceleration and constant vertical
acceleration, Liquid containers subjected to constant rotation
3 Fluid Kinematics
Fluid flow Methods of analysis of fluid motion, Streamlines, Pathlines, Streaklines and
Streamtubes.
Types of fluid flow Steady and unsteady flow, Uniform and non-uniform flow, Laminar,
Transitional and Turbulent flow Reynolds number, Reynolds Experiment, Rotational and
Irrotational flow, Subcritical , Critical and Supercritical flow, Compressible and Incompressible
Flow , One , Two and Three dimensional
Circulation and vorticity, Velocity potential and Stream function, Flow net
4 Fluid Dynamics
Eulers equation, Bernoullis equation, Energy correction factor
5 Flow Measuring Devices
Measurement of discharge- Venturi meter, Orifice meter, Nozzle meter, Bend meter,
Rotometer.
Measurement of velocity-Pitot tube.
Orifice - Classification, Flow through a Reservoir Opening i.e. Orifice, Trajectory of free jet,
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Hydraulic Coefficients, Experimental determination of hydraulic coefficient, Small and large


orifice, Time of emptying a tank with orifice
Mouthpieces-Classification, External cylindrical mouthpiece, Convergent divergent
mouthpiece,
Bordas mouthpiece
Notches and Weirs -Discharge over a rectangular notch and a triangular notch, Velocity of
approach, End contractions, Cippoletti Notch, Discharge over a stepped notch, Time of
emptying a tank with notch or weir, Ventilation of weir, Proportional Weir or Sutro Weir
6 Flow Past immersed bodies
Drag and lift, Types of drag, Drag on a sphere, cylinder, flat plate and Airfoil, Karman Vortex
Street, effect of free surface and compressibility on drag .Development of lift on immersed
bodies, Lift, Magnus Effect and Circulation, lift characteristics of airfoils, polar diagram.
7 Compressible flow
Basic equations of flow (elementary study), Mach number, Mach cone,
Area Velocity relationship, Stagnation Properties
8 Ideal fluid flow
Uniform flow, source and sink, doublet, free vortex.
Text Book
1. Engineering Fluid Mechanics, K L Kumar, 8th Edition, S Chand & Company Ltd, 2008
Reference Books
1. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Dr P M Modi and Dr S M Seth, Standard Book House,2009
2. Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics, K. Subramanya,1 st edition, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Co. Ltd.,1993
3. Fluid Mechanics, Dr A K Jain, 4th edition, Khanna Publishers,2009

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

SE0223

Course Title

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

SEMESTER III

Course Contents
1 Axial Force, Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram for statically determinate beams and
frames.
2 Simple Stress & Strain
Definitions of Stress, Strain, Modulus of elasticity, Modulus of Rigidity, Bulk Modulus, Yield
Stress, Ultimate stress, Factor of safety, Shear stress, Poisson ratio, Bars of varying sections,
Stress due to self weight. Composite sections, Temperature stresses.
3 Theory of Pure Bending
Flexure formula for straight beams, moment of inertia, product of inertia and polar moment of
inertia of plane areas, principal axes of inertia, moments of inertia about principal axes, Transfer
theorem, flitched beams. Unsymmetrical bending. Flexural stresses due to bending in two planes
for symmetrical sections, bending of unsymmetrical sections.
4 Shear Stress in Beams
Distribution of shear stress across plane sections, shear connectors. Shear center of thin walled
sections such as angle, tee, channel and I sections.
5 Simple theory of torsion
Torsion of circular shafts solid and hollow, stresses in shaft when transmitting power, closecoiled helical springs under axial load.
6 Bending moment combined with axial loads
Application to members subjected to eccentric loads, core of a section, problems on chimneys,
retaining walls etc., involving lateral loads.
7

Stresses and strains in thin cylindrical and spherical shells under internal pressure.

8 Principal stresses
General equations for transformation of stress, principal planes and principal stresses, maximum
shear stress, determination using Mohrs circle, principal stresses in beams, principal stresses in
shafts subjected to torsion, bending and axial thrust, concept of equivalent torsional and bending
moments.
Text Books
1. Mechanics of Structures Vol I, S.B. Junnarkar, 27th Edition, Charotar Publication house,2008
Reference Books
1. Mechanics of Materials, E. P. Popov, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.1976
2. Strength of Material, S S Bhavikatti, 3rd edition, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd,2008
3. Mechanics of Materials, Timoshenko & Gere, 3rd edition, PWS Publication Co. Ltd.,1997
4. Engineering Mechanics, Timoshenko & Young, Tata McGraw Hill Book Publishing Co. Ltd.,1956
5. Mechanics of Materials, James M. Gere,6th edition, Brooks/Cole. Publishing Co.,2008
6. Strength of Materials, G.H. Ryder, 7th edition, Prentice Hall Publications.1969
7. Mechanics of Materials, Peter & Singer, Publisher :McGraw Hill,2004
8. Strength of Materials, Schaums Outline Series, William A. Nash,4th edition, McGraw Hill Book
Co.1998
9. Mechanics of Materials, Beer & Johnston,4th edition, McGraw Hill Books Publishing Co. Ltd.2009
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S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

SEMESTER III

Course Code

CE1201

Course Title

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING LAB - I

Course Contents
Following experiments to be performed as per relevant IS standards:
Bricks
water absorption
compressive strength
Aggregates
sieve analysis
crushing value
shape test
impact test
abrasion test
crushing test
Los angels abrasion test
soundness test
Bitumen
Penetration test
Ductility test
Softening point test
Viscosity test
Flash & fire point test

Text Books/Manual
1. Laboratory Manual in Highway Engineering,
International Publication.,2005
2. Relevant IS codes. BIS
3. National Building code BIS
4. ASTM Manual , American Instt.

Ajay K. Duggal and Vijay

Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1202

Course Title

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING LAB - II

Puri, New age

SEMESTER III

Concepts
Linear and angular measurements
Traditional surveying and mapping techniques
Contour maps , irregular area calculations and volumes of earthworks
Fieldwork record keeping and drawing sheet preparation
Land record documentation, height of buildings / Towers etc
Practicals
1. Use of Amslar polar planimeter for finding the area of irregular figures and certifying it by using
Digital Planimeter
2. Use of optical theodolite / Electronic theodolite for measurement of horizontal and vertical
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angles
Theodolite traverse, Gales traverse table
A two day project on theodolite traversing and plane table detailing,
Use of optical theodolite / Electronic theodolite for one plane and two plane methods
Simple and compound leveling by using Dumpy / Auto Level, booking methods
Methods of plane tabling: - Radiation. Intersection and Traversing
Setting out a simple foundation plan in the field
To find the constants of a tacheometer and to verify field distances
Height and distance problems in tacheometric surveying
Setting out the circular curve by Rankines method of deflection of angles

Text books
1. Surveying and Leveling, N Basak, 1st Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 2010
2. Surveying and Leveling, Vol I & II, B C Punmiya, Laxmi Publications.2006
3. Surveying, R Agor, Khanna Publishers,2009
Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1203

Course Title

HYDRAULICS LAB - I

SEMESTER III

Course Contents
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Hydrostatics
Measurement of viscosity
Study of Pressure Measuring Devices
Stability of Floating Body
Hydrostatics Force on Flat Surfaces/Curved Surfaces
Bernoullis Theorem
Calibration of Flowmeter
Calibration of Orifices
Calibration of Mouthpieces
Calibration of Notches
Calibration of Weirs
Flow Visualisation -Ideal Flow
Length of establishment of flow
Velocity distribution in pipes
Laminar Flow

Text Books
1. Engineering Fluid Mechanics, K L Kumar, 8th Edition, S Chand & Company Ltd,2008
2. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Dr. P M Modi and Dr S M Seth, Standard Book House, 2009
3. Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics, K Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing co.
Ltd.1993
4. Open channel Flow , K Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.2009

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S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1204

Course Title

COMPUTER APPLICATION in CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB

Practicals
3
Sessions:
2
Sessions:
1 Session:
7
Sessions:

SEMESTER III

Practice session for exploring worksheet functions, Creating tables in worksheet,


entering formulas, statistical functions, Using worksheets to data sorting, filtering,
creating charts, linking worksheets etc.
Practice session for exploring database structures and functions, Creating databases,
running query, Using databases to create reports
Preparing presentation slides, formatting, inserting figures & tables
Write programmes in C++ to solve at least 2 problems in each of the following area:
Mechanics
Geomatics
Fluid mechanics
Use of Open Office / MS Office recommended

Text Books
1. Object oriented programming with C++, E Balguruswamy, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill
Publications.2008
2. Object Oriented Programming with C++, M P Bhave and S A Patekar, Publisher :Pearson
Education2010

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

MA 0204

Course Title

APPLIED MATHEMATICS - IV

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
Module 1: Statistics
1.1

Review of measures of central tendency, measures of variation and


probability.
1.2 Discrete and continuous Random variable.
1.3 Binomial, Poison and Normal distribution.
1.4 Random sampling, sampling distribution, standard error, Central limit theorem.
1.5 Estimation of parameters, point estimation, interval Estimation, confidence
internal.
1.6 Testing of Hypothesis, large sample and small sample, testst test and F test,
Chi-square test.
1.7 Correlation and regression.
1.8 Coefficient of correlation and Rank correlation
1.9 Regression analysis, curve fitting, method of least square
1.10 Statistical quality control and control charts.
1.11 Analysis of variance (One way & Two way).
Module 2: Vector Calculus
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5

Scalar and vector point functions.


Directional derivative Curl and Divergence.
Consecervative, Irrotational and Solenoidal field.
Line integral and its properties.
Grrens theorem, Stokes theorem, divergence theorem and its applications.

Text Books
1. Mathematical Statistics, Kapur and Saxena, S Chand & Co. Ltd, 2009
2. Engineering Statistics, T Veerarajan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company 2nd Edition.2005
3. Advance Engineering Mathematics , H K Dass, S Chand & Co., 3rd Edition, 2007.
Reference Books
1. Computational Mathematics for Semester-IV by G V Kumbhojkar, C Jamnadas & Co.- 2005,
5th Edition.
2. Engineering Mathematics by S.S. Sastri- Prentice Hall of India, 2005, 4th Edition.

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

SE 0224

Course Title

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - I

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
1 General theorems : Theorems relating to elastic structures, Principle of virtual work, Strain
energy in elastic structures, complementary energy, Castiglianos theorem, Bettis and
Maxwells reciprocal theorems.
2 Deflection of statically determinate structures: Deflection of determinate beams by Double
integration Macaulays, Moment area and Conjugate beam methods, Principle of virtual work
(unit load method) and Castiglianos theorem, Deflection of determinate pin jointed trusses
and rigid jointed frames by principle of virtual work (unit load method),b Strain Energy and
Castiglianos theorem.
3 Influence lines for statically determinate structures : Influence lines for cantilever, simply
supported beam, overhanging beam and pin jointed trusses, criteria for maximum shear force
and bending moment under moving loads for simply supported beams, absolute maximum
bending moment
4 Elastic arches : determination of normal thrust, shear force and bending moment for parabolic
and segmental three hinged arches, Influence lines for normal thrust, shear force and bending
moment for three hinged parabolic arch.
5 Suspension bridges: Suspension cable with three hinged stiffening girder, influence line
diagrams for horizontal tension in the cable, shear force and bending moment at any section
of the stiffening girder
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6 Struts: struts subjected to axial loads, concept of buckling, Eulers formula for strut with
different support conditions, Eulers and Rankines design formulae. Struts subjected to
eccentric and lateral loads, struts with initial curvature.
Text Books
1. Structural Mechanics Vol I & II, Junnarkar S B, Charotar Publishers,2008
Reference Books
1.
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3.
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5.
6.
7.
8.

Structural Analysis Volume I , Devdas Menon, Narosa Publication,2010


Structural Analysis Volume I, Bhavikatti, 3rd edition, Vikas Publishers.,2008
Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Publisher: Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.,2001
Theory of Structures, Timoshenko & Young, Publisher: Tata McGraw Hill Book Publishing Co.
Ltd. 2009
Intermediate Structural Analysis, C K Wang, Publisher: McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 1984
Elementary Structural Analysis, Norries & Wilbur, Publisher: McGraw Hill Publishing Co.1990
Structural Analysis, Laursen H I, Publisher: McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 1988
Structural theorems and their application, B G Neal, Publisher, Pergaman Press.1972
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S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE 0204

Course Title

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
1 Introduction
Branches of geology useful to civil engineering, scope of geological studies in various civil
engineering projects. Department dealing with this subject in India and their scope of workGSI, Granite Dimension Stone Cell, NIRM.
2 Mineralogy
Mineral, Origin and composition.
Physical properties of minerals, susceptibility of minerals to alteration, basic of optical
mineralogy, SEM, XRD. Rock forming minerals, megascopic identification of common primary
& secondary minerals.
3 Petrology
Rock forming processes. Specific gravity of rocks. Ternary diagram.
Igneous petrology- Volcanic Phenomenon and different materials ejected by volcanoes. Types
of volcanic eruption. Concept of Hot spring and Geysers. Characteristics of different types of
magma. Division of rock on the basis of depth of formation, and their characteristics.
Chemical and Mineralogical Composition. Texture and its types. Various forms of rocks. IUGS
Classification of phaneritic and volcanic rock.. Field Classification chart. Structures.
Classification of Igneous rocks on the basis of Chemical composition. Detailed study of Acidic
Igneous rocks like Granite, Rhyolite or Tuff, Felsite, Pegmatite, Hornfels. Metamorphic
Aureole, Kaolinization. Landform as Tors. Engineering aspect to granite.
Basic Igneous rocks Like Gabbro, Dolerite, Basalt. Engineering aspect to Basalt.
Sedimentary petrology- mode of formation, Mineralogical Composition. Texture and its types,
Structures, Gradation of Clastic rocks. Classification of sedimentary rocks and their
characteristics. Detailed study of Conglomerate, Breccia, Sandstone, Mudstone and Shale,
Limestone
Metamorphic petrology- Agents and types of metamorphism, metamorphic grades,
Mineralogical composition, structures & textures in metamorphic rocks. Important
Distinguishing features of rocks as Rock cleavage, Schistosity, Foliation. Classification.
Detailed study of Gneiss, Schist, Slate with engineering consideration.
4 Physical Geology
Weathering. Erosion and Denudation. Factors affecting weathering and product of weathering.
Engineering consideration.
Superficial deposits and its geotechnical importance: Water fall and Gorges , River
meandering , Alluvium, Glacial deposits, Laterite (engineering aspects), Desert Landform,
Loess, Residual deposits of Clay with flints, Solifluction deposits, mudflows, Coastal deposits.
5 Strength Behaviour of Rocks
Stress and Strain in rocks. Concept of Rock Deformation & Tectonics. Dip and Strike. Outcrop
and width of outcrop. Inliers and Outliers. Main types of discontinuities according to size.
Fold: Types and nomenclature, Criteria for their recognition in field.
Faults: Classification, recognition in field, effects on outcrops.
Joints & Unconformity; Types,. Stresses responsible, geotechnical importance.
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Importance of structural elements in engineering operations. Consequences of failure as land


sliding, Earthquake and Subsidence.
Strength of Igneous rock structures.
6 Geological Hazards
Rock Instability and Slope movement:
Concept of sliding blocks. Different controlling factors. Instability in vertical rock structures
and measures to prevent collapse. . Types of landslide. Prevention by surface drainage,
slope reinforcement by Rock bolting and Rock anchoring, retaining wall, Slope treatment.
Case study on black clay.
Ground water: Factors controlling water bearing capacity of rock. Pervious & impervious
rocks and ground water. Lowering of water table and Subsidence.
Earthquake: Magnitude and intensity of earthquake. Seismic sea waves. Revelation from
Seismic Records of structure of earth. Case Study on Elevation and Subsidence in
Himalayan region in India. Seismic Zone in India.
7 Rock masses as construction material Definition of Rock masses. Main features
constituting rock mass. Main features that affects the quality of rock engineering and design.
Basic element and structures of rock those are relevant in civil engineering areas. Main types
of works connected to rocks and rock masses. Important variables influencing rock properties
and behaviour such as Fresh rock Influence from some minerals. Effect of alteration and
weathering.
Measurement of velocity of sound in rock. Classification of Rock material strength. Core
logging .Rock Quality Designation. Rock mass description.
8 Geology of dam and reservoir site
Required geological consideration for selecting dam and reservoir site
Failure of Reservoir. Favorable & unfavorable conditions in different types of rocks in
presence of various structural features, precautions to be taken to counteract unsuitable
conditions, significance of discontinuities on the dam site and treatment giving to such
structures.
9

Tunneling: Detailed knowledge of different governing factor for tunneling condition.


Stratigraphy Principles of stratigraphy, Geological Time scale. Structural Division of India. .
Significance of stratigraphy for tunneling. Over break. Tunneling in folded rock.

Text Book
1. Engineering and General Geology , Parbin Singh ,8th Edition, S K Kataria & Sons,2010
Reference Books
1. Text Book of Engineering Geology, Kesavalu, Publisher : MacMilan,2007
2. Geology For Geotechnical Engineers , J C Harvey, Publisher : Cambridge University
Press,1984

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

SE 0225

Course Title

SOIL MECHANICS

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Definitions:
soils, soil mechanics, soil engineering, rock mechanics,
geotechnical engineering.
1.2 Scope of soil engineering.
1.3 Comparison between soil and rock.
2 Basic Definitions and Relationships
2.1 Soil as three-phase system in terms of weight, volume, voids ratio, and porosity.
2.2 Definitions: moisture content, unit weights, degree of saturation, void ratio,
porosity, specific gravity, mass specific gravity etc.
2.3 Relationship between volume- weight, void ratio- moisture content, unit weightpercent air voids, saturation- moisture content, moisture content- specific gravity
etc.
2.4 Determination of various parameters such as:
2.4.1 Moisture content by oven dry method, pycnometer, sand bath method,
torsional balance method radioactivity method, and alcohol method.
2.4.2 Specific gravity by density bottle method, pycnometer method, measuring
flask method.
2.4.3 Unit weight by water displacement method, submerged weight method,
core cutter method, sands replacement method.
3 Plasticity Characteristics of Soil
3.1 Introduction to definitions of: plasticity of soil, consistency limits-liquid limit,
plastic limit, shrinkage limit, plasticity, liquidity and consistency indices, flow &
toughness indices, definitions of activity and sensitivity.
3.2 Determination of: liquid limit, plastic limit and shrinkage limit.
3.3 Use of consistency limits.
4 Classification of Soils
4.1 Introduction of soil classification: particle size classification, textural
classification, unified soil classification, Indian standard soil classification system.
4.2 Identification: field identification of soils, general characteristics of soil in different
groups.
5 Permeability of Soil
5.1 Introduction to hydraulic head, Darcys law, validity of Darcys law.
5.2 Determination of coefficient of permeability
5.2.1 Laboratory method: constant head method, falling head method.
5.2.2 Field method: pumping- in test, pumping- out test.
5.2.3 Permeability aspects: permeability of stratified soils, factors affecting
permeability of soil.
6 Seepage Analysis
Introduction, stream and potential functions, characteristics of flow nets, graphical
method to plot flow nets.
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7 Effective Stress Principle


7.1 Introduction, effective stress principle, nature of effective stress, effect of water
table.
7.2 Fluctuations of effective stress, effective stress in soils saturated by capillary
action, seepage pressure, quick sand condition.
8 Compaction of Soil
8.1 Introduction, theory of compaction, laboratory determination of optimum moisture
content and maximum dry density.
8.2 Compaction in field, compaction specifications and field control.
10 Consolidation of Soil
Introduction, comparison between compaction and consolidation, initial, primary &
secondary consolidation, spring analogy for primary consolidation, consolidation test
results, basic definitions, Terzaghis theory of consolidation, final settlement of soil
deposits, consolidation settlement: one- dimensional method, secondary consolidation.
11 Shear Strength
Principle planes parallel to the coordinate axes, Mohrs circle, important characteristics
of Mohrs circle, Mohr-Coloumb theory, types of shear test: direct shear test, merits of
direct shear test, triaxial compression tests, test behaviour of UU, CU and CD tests,
relation between major and minor principal stresses, unconfined compression test, vane
shear test.
12 Stability of Slopes:
Introduction, different factors of safety, types of slope failures, analysis of finite and
infinite slopes, wedge failure Swedish circle method, friction circle method, stability
numbers and charts.
13 Soil Exploration
Introduction, methods of investigation, methods of boring, soil samplers and sampling,
number and deposition of trail pits and borings, penetrometer tests, borehole logs,
geophysical methods.
Text Book
1. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by B C
Publications, 2005

Punmia,16 th Edition, Laxmi

Reference Books
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering by Holtz, R.D., Prentice Hall, New Jersey2008


Soil Mechanics by Craig.R F, Chapman & Hall. 2004
Soil Mechanics by Lambe T.W. & Whitman R.V., John Wiley & Sons.1969
Theoretical Soil Mechanics by K. Terzaghi,3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons 1965
Relevant Indian Standard Specifications & Codes, Indian Standard Institution. BIS
Geotechnical Engineering by C. Venktatramaiah, New Age International.2009
Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice by Alam Singh, Standard Publishers and
Distributors, New Delhi. 2009

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S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE 0205

Course Title

APPLIED HYDRAULICS

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
1 Laminar Flow
Laminar flow through: circular pipes, annulus and parallel plates. Stokes law, Measurement of
viscosity.
2 Turbulent Flow:
Reynolds experiment, Transition from laminar to turbulent flow. Definition of turbulence, scale and
intensity, Causes of turbulence, instability, mechanism of turbulence and effect of turbulent flow in
pipes. Reynolds stresses, semi-empirical theories of turbulence, Prandtls mixing length theory,
universal velocity distribution equation. Resistance to flow of fluid in smooth and rough pipes,
Moodys diagram.
3 Boundary Layer Analysis
Assumption and concept of boundary layer theory. Boundary-layer thickness, displacement,
momentum & energy thickness, laminar and Turbulent boundary layers on a flat plate; Laminar
sub-layer, smooth and rough boundaries. Local and average friction coefficients. Separation and
Control.
4 Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similitude
Dimensional homogeneity, Rayleigh method, Buckinghams Pi method and other methods.
Dimensionless groups. Similitude, Model studies, Types of models. Application of dimensional
analysis and model studies to fluid flow problem.
5 Introduction to Open Channel Flow
Comparison between open channel flow and pipe flow, geometrical parameters of a channel,
classification of open channels, classification of open channel flow, Velocity Distribution of
channel section.
6 Uniform Flow
Continuity Equation ,Energy Equation and Momentum Equation ,
Characteristics of uniform flow , Chezys formula , Mannings formula
Factors affecting Mannings Roughness Coefficient n .
Most economical section of channel. Computation of Uniform flow
Normal depth.
7 Non-Uniform Flow
Specific energy, Specific energy curve, critical flow, discharge curve Specific force Specific depth,
and Critical depth .Channel Transitions.
Measurement of Discharge and Velocity Venturi Flume, Standing Wave Flume, Parshall Flume,
Broad Crested Weir.
Measurement of Velocity- Current meter, Floats, Hot-wire anemometer.
8 Gradually Varied Flow
Dynamic Equation of Gradually Varied Flow, Classification of channel bottom slopes,
Classification of surface profile, Characteristics of surface profile. Computation of water surface
profile by graphical, numerical and analytical approaches. Direct Step method, Graphical
Integration method and Direct integration method.
9 Hydraulic Jump
Theory of hydraulic jump, Elements and characteristics of hydraulic jump in a rectangular
Channel, length and height of jump, location of jump, Types ,applications and location of hydraulic
jump. Energy dissipation and other uses, surge as a moving hydraulic jump. Positive and negative
surges.
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10 Dynamics of Fluid Flow


Momentum principle, applications: Force on plates, pipe bends, moments of momentum equation
11 Flow through Pipes
Loss of head through pipes, Darcy-Wiesbatch equation, minor losses, total energy equation,
hydraulic gradient line, Pipes in series, equivalent pipes, pipes in parallel, flow through laterals,
flows in dead end pipes, siphon, power transmission through pipes, nozzles.
12 Analysis of pipe networks
Hardy Cross method, water hammer in pipes and control measures , branching of pipes , three
reservoir problem
13 Computational Fluid Dynamics
Basic equations of fluid dynamics, Grid generation, Introduction to in viscid incompressible flow,
Boundary layer flow as applicable to C.F.D.
14 Hydro informatics
Concept of hydro informatics scope of internet and web based modeling in water resources
engineering.
Text Book
1. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Dr. P.M. Modi and Dr. S.M. Seth, Standard Book House.2009
Reference Books
1. Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics, K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.
Ltd., 1993
2. Fluid Mechanics, Dr. A.K. Jain, Khanna Publishers2009
3. Fluid Mechanics and fluid pressure Engineering, D. S. Kumar, F.K. Kotharia and sons.2007
4. Open channel Flow, K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd 2009
5. Open channel Hydraulics, Ven Te Chow, Tata McGraw Hill Publications.2009

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE0221

Course Title

ENVIORNMENTAL STUDIES

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
Unit 1: The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies
Definition, scope and importance, Need for public awareness.
Unit 2: Natural Resources
Renewable and non renewable resources
a) Natural resources and associated problems
Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, case studies,
Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal
people.
Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water,
floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams benefits and problems.
Mineral Resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of
extracting and using mineral resources, case studies.
Food Resources: World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and
over grazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizers- pesticides problems,
water logging, salinity, case studies.
Energy Resources: Growing energy needs, renewable and non-renewable
energy sources, use of alternate energy sources, case studies
Land Resources: Land as a resource, land degradation, man induces land
slides, soil erosion, and desertification.
b) Role of individual in conservation of natural resources.
c) Equitable use of resources for sustainable life styles.
Unit 3: Eco Systems
Concept of an eco system
Structure and function of an eco system.
Producers, consumers, decomposers.
Energy flow in the eco systems.
Ecological succession.
Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids.
Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following eco
systems:-

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Forest ecosystem
Grass land ecosystem
Desert ecosystem.
Aquatic eco systems(ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries)
UNIT 4: Biodiversity and its Conservation
Introduction-Definition: genetics, species and ecosystem diversity.
Biogeographically classification of India.
Value of biodiversity: consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and
option values
Biodiversity at global, national and local level.
India as a mega diversity nation.
Hot-spots of biodiversity.
Threats to biodiversity: habitats loss, poaching of wild life, man wildlife conflicts.
Endangered and endemic spaces of India.
Conservation of biodiversity: in-situ and ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.
UNIT 5: Environmental Pollution
Definition Causes, effects and control measures of:a. Air pollution
b. Water pollution
c. Soil pollution
d. Marine pollution
e. Noise pollution
f.

Thermal pollution

g. Nuclear hazards
Solid waste Management: Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial
wastes
Role of an individual in prevention of pollution
Pollution case studies
Disaster management: Floods, earth quake, cyclone and land slides
Unit 6: Social issues and the Environment
Form unsustainable to sustainable development
Urban problems related to energy
Water conservation, rain water harvesting, water shed management
Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns, case studies
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Environmental ethics: issues and possible solutions


Climate change, global warming, acid rain , ozone layer depletion, nuclear
accidents and holocaust, case studies.
Wasteland reclamation
Consumerism and waste products
Environment protection Act
Air(prevention and control of pollution)Act
Water((prevention and control of pollution)Act
Wildlife protection act
Forest conservation act
Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislations
Public awareness
Unit 7: Human population and the environment
Population growth and variation among nations
Population explosion- family welfare programme
Environment and human health
Human rights
Value education
HIV/AIDS
Women and child welfare
Role of information technology in environment and human health
Case studies
Unit 8: Field work
Visit to a local area to document environment assets river/ forest/ grassland/ hill/mountain.
Visit to a local polluted site-urban/rural/industrial/agricultural. Study of common plants,
insects, birds. Study of simple ecosystems-pond, river, hills lopes, etc(field work equal to 5
lecture works)
Text Books
1.

Textbook of Environmental studies, Erach Bharucha, UGC 2005

2.

Fundamental concepts in Environmental Studies, D D Mishra, S Chand & Co Ltd 2010

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1205

Course Title

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING LAB - III

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
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8.

Study of physical properties of minerals.


Study of different group of minerals.
Study of Crystal and Crystal system.
Identification of minerals
a. Silica group: Quartz, Amethyst, Opal
b. Feldspar group: Orthoclase, Plagioclase
c. Cryptocrystalline group: Jasper
d. Carbonate group: Calcite
e. Element group: Graphite
f. Pyroxene group: Talc
g. Mica group: Muscovite
h. Amphibole group: Asbestos, Olivine, Hornblende, Magnetite, Hematite, Corundum,
Kyanite, Garnet, Galena, Gypsum
Identification of rocks( Igneous Petrology)
a. Acidic Igneous rock: Granite and its varieties, Syenite, Rhyolite, Pumice, Obsidian,
Scoria, Pegmatite, Volcanic Tuff.
b. Basic rock: Gabbro, Dolerite, Basalt and its varieties, Trachyte.
Identification of rocks( Sedimentary Petrology): Conglomerate, Breccia, Sandstone and its
varieties , Laterite, Limestone and its varieties, Shales and its varieties
Identification of rocks( Metamorphic Petrology) : Marble, slate,
Gneiss and its varieties, Schist and its varieties, Quartzite, Phyllite
Study of Topographical features from Geological maps. Identification of symbols in maps

Text Book
1. Engineering and General Geology, Parbin Singh, 8th Edition, Publisher: S.K.Kataria & Sons.
2010
Reference Books
1. Text Book of Engineering Geology, Kesavalu, Publisher :MacMilan 2007
2. Geology For Geotechnical Engineers , J. C. Harvey, Cambridge University Press 1983

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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

SE1223

Course Title

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB - I

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
Practicals (List of tests) :
1. Field Density using Core Cutter method.
2. Field Density using Sand replacement method.
3. Natural moisture content using Oven Drying method.
4. Field identification of Fine Grained soils.
5. Specific gravity of Soil grains.
6. Grain size distribution by Sieve Analysis.
7. Grain size distribution by Hydrometer Analysis.
8. Consistency limits by Liquid limit
9. Consistency limits by Plastic limit
10. Consistency limits by Shrinkage limit.
11. Permeability test using Constant Head test method.
12. Permeability test using Falling Head method.
13. Compaction test: Standard Proctor test.
14. Compaction test: Modified Proctor test.
15. Relative density.
16. Consolidation Test.
17. Triaxial Test (UU)
18. Direct Shear Test.
19. Unconfined Compression Strength Test.
20. California Bearing Ratio.
21. Application of the test performed to foundation problems should be demonstrated
by solving at least two problems using data from the tests.
Text Book
1. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by B.C. Punmia, 16th Edition, Laxmi
Publications. 2005
Reference Books
1. An Introduction to Geo-Technical Engineering by Holtz, R.D., Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
2008
2. Soil Mechanics by Craig, R.F. Chapman & Hall.2004
3. Soil Mechanics by Lambe T.W. & Whitman R.V., John Wiley & Sons.1969
4. Theoretical Soil Mechanics by K. Terzaghi,3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons1965
5. Relevant Indian Standard Specifications & Codes, BIS
6. Geo-Technical Engineering by C. Venktatramaiah, New Age International.2009
7. Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice by Alam Singh, Standard Publishers and
Distributors, New Delhi.2009
8. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by K.R. Arora, Standard Publishers and
Distributors, New Delhi.2005
9. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by V.N.S. Murthy, SciTech Publications 2009
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Programme Name

S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1206

Course Title

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING LAB - IV

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
Concepts:
Geodesy , Map projections and Basic of Geographical Information System (GIS)
Geodetic coordinates , UTM coordinates and their relationship
Space geodesy , Basics of Global Positioning System ( GPS), WGS-1984 and Everest
1956
Electromagnetic spectrum, Ideal Remote sensing system , satellite imageries
techniques
Principle of EDM, total station, digital levels and precision levels.
Database Management system
Practicals

1. A two day project on L section and cross section, block contouring and tacheometric
survey
2. Study of satellite images and its interpretation, false color combination etc.
3. Determination of horizontal, sloping and vertical distance between any two points by
using Total Station
4. Preparation of contour map by using road suitable software such as Surfer or Road
Master
5. Geo-registration of map and its digitization by using suitable GIS software.
6. Map editing, vector and raster analysis of digitized map by using suitable GIS software
7. Preparation of Contour map by using Triangulated Irregular Network( TIN) in GIS
software
8. Generation of 2D and 3D digital elevation model (DEM) from contour map using GIS
software
9. Collection of field data like point data, line data and area data by using surveying and
mapping GPS receiver
10. Post-processing the GPS data by using post processing software such as Pathfinder
software.
11. Generation of Databases and relation database management system (RDBMS) using
MS ACCESS.

Text book
1. Advanced Surveying - Total station , GIS and Remote sensing , Satheesh Gopi, R.
Sathikumar , N. Madhu , Pearson education 2009
Reference books
1. Surveying and Leveling, N N Basak, 1st Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 2010
2. Surveying and Leveling, Vol I & II, III, B.C.Punmiya , Laxmi Publications 2006
3. Surveying, R Agor, Khanna Publishers 2009
4. Concepts and Techniques of Geographical Information System, Lo C.P.Yeung A K W,
Prentice Hall India2010
5. Introduction to Geographical Information System, Kang-tsung Chang, Tata McGraw Hill 2009
6. Remote sensing and Geographical information system, K. Anji Rao , BS Publications 2007

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S.Y. B. Tech. (Civil)

Course Code

CE1207

Course Title

HYDRAULICS LAB II

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents
List of Experiments
1. Flow Visulisation
2. Studies in Wind Tunnel
3. Boundary Layer
4. Flow around an Aerofoil / circular cylinder
5. Uniform Flow
6. Velocity Distribution in Open channel flow
7. Venturi Flume
8. Standing Wave Flume
9. Gradually Varied Flow
10. Hydraulic Jump
11. Flow under Sluice Gate
12. Flow through pipes
13. Turbulent flow through pipes
14. Flow visualisation
15. Laminar flow through pipes
16. Major losses / Minor losses in pipe
Text Book
1. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Dr. P.M. Modi and Dr. S.M. Seth, Standard Book House.2009
Reference Books
1. Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics, K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing co.
Ltd.1993
2. Fluid Mechanics, Dr. A.K. Jain, Khanna Publishers 2009
3. Fluid Mechanics and fluid pressure Engineering, D. S. Kumar, Publishers, F. K. Kotharia and
sons.2007
4. Open channel Flow, K. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. 2009
5. Open channel Hydraulics, Ven Te Chow, Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 2009

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