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Republic of the Philippines

SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE


SORSOGON CITY
ENGINEERING- ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING


COURSE SYLLABUS IN CE-415: CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS & TESTING

VISION

A University with a culture of excellence in developing globally competitive and values-oriented


leaders and professionals.

MISSON

The Sorsogon State College is committed to provide industry-relevant programs that are anchored
on a culture of research and entrepreneurship for the development of Sorsogon and beyond.

GOALS OF THE PROGRAM

The SSC Engineering and Architecture Programs aim to promote quality instruction, training and ICT
applications in various areas of engineering and architecture, promote research extension,
production inculcate gender sensitivity, desirable attitudes and vales, strengthen linkages, establish
and implement development programs in support to provincial, regional, national and global thrusts.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Civil Engineering is a profession that applies the basic principles of science in conjunction with
mathematical and computational tools to solve problems associated with developing and sustaining
civilized life on our planet. Civil Engineering works are generally one-of-a-kind projects, they are often
grand in scale; and they usually require cooperation among professionals of many different disciplines.
The completion of civil engineering project involves the solution of technical problems in which
information from numerous sources and myriad non-technical factors play a significant role. Some of
the most common examples of civil engineering works include bridges, buildings, dams, airports and
hangars, port and harbors, highways and railways, tunnels, river and shore improvements,
lighthouses, drydocks, irrigations, flood protection, drainage, water supply and towers. Enumeration
of any work in this section shall not be construed as excluding any other work requiring civil
engineering knowledge and application.

It is one of the broadest engineering disciplines both in terms of the range of problems that
fall within its purview and in the range of knowledge required to solve those problems.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the Civil Engineering undergraduate program at the Sorsogon State College
is to produce engineers that:
1. Are able to design safe, sustainable, economical and environmentally sound solutions for civil
engineering problems;
2. Grow professionally in their careers through continued development of technical, management,
and oral and written communication skills; achievement of professional licensure; and assumption of
roles of responsibility and leadership in professional service;

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3. Achieve their professional aims ethically and with cultural competency within an environment
characterized by the diverse needs of society and the profession.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (BSCE) PROGRAM OUTCOMES IN RELATION


TO PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Program
Program Outcomes Educational
At the end of the program, the graduates should be able to: Objectives
1 2 3
Articulate and discuss the latest development in the field of Civil
(a) x x x
Engineering
Effectively communicate orally and in written using both English and
(b) x x x
Filipino languages.
Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multicultural
(c) x x x
teams.
(d) Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility. x

(e) Preserve and promote Filipino historical and cultural heritage. x


Apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences to solve engineering
(f) x x x
problems.
(g) Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. x x
Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within
realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political,
(h) x x x
ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in
accordance with standards.
(i) Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. x x x
Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic,
(j) x x
environmental, and societal context.
(k) Recognize the need for and engage in life-long learning x x x
Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
(l) x x x
engineering practice.
Know and understand engineering and management principles as a
(m) member and/or leader in a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary x x x
environments.
Design structures to with integrity and stability to withstand natural
(n) x x x
disasters.

COURSE SYLLABUS

1. Course Code: CE 415


2. Course Title: Construction Materials and Testing
3. Pre-requisite: Mechanics of Deformable bodies
4. Credit/Class Schedule: 3 units /36 hrs. lecture and 54 hrs. laboratory
5. Term: 1st Semester / SY 2018-2019
6. Consultation Time: 1-4PM Wednesday

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7. Course Description:
The course deals with the physical properties of common construction
materials, primarily metals, plastics, wood, concrete, coarse and fine aggregates, asphalt and
synthetic materials; examination of material properties with respect to design and use of end
product, design and control of aggregates, concrete and asphalt mixtures, principles of testing;
characteristics of test, properties of materials and materials testing equipment.

8. Course Objectives in Relation to Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes
Course Objectives
At the end of the course, the students
should be able to: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n

1. Understand the range of various


materials for civil engineering I E I I I I I I
projects.

2. Understand the relevant properties E I I I I I I I


of common construction materials;
3. Understand applicable local, E E I I E I I
international and foreign standards
on materials and materials testing.
4. Perform measuring, testing and E E I I E I I
evaluating the results;
5. Ability to test, measure, evaluate the E I I I I I I I
best use of building and construction
materials.
Legend: I-Introductory E-Enabling D-Demonstrated

9. Course Coverage

TEACHING/
WEEK CO TOPIC ASSESMENT
LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Orientation/ Introduction on the Course
Overview on the VMGO

Introduction to Construction Materials


1,2 and Testing Lectures
1-2

Familiarization with apparatus and Lectures,


laboratory
1,2 equipment used in testing of materials demonstration,
exercise
laboratory exercise
Quiz and
3 1-5 General properties of materials Lectures laboratory
exercise

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Specific weight, water absorption, Lectures,
laboratory
4 1-5 abrasion, density and uniformity of demonstration,
exercise
aggregates laboratory exercise

Lectures, Quiz and


Preparation and curing of concrete test
5-6 1-5 demonstration, laboratory
specimens
laboratory exercise exercise
Lectures,
Determination of setting of time of laboratory
7-8 1-5 demonstration,
hydraulic cement exercise
laboratory exercise
Familiarization with the parts and Lectures,
9-10 1-5 functions of the Universal Testing demonstration, Midterm
Machine laboratory exercise
Testing of wood; samples for bending, Lectures,
laboratory
11-12 1-5 compression, shear, tension and water demonstration,
exercise
content laboratory exercise
Lectures, Quiz and
Determine the compressive strength of
13-14 1-5 demonstration, laboratory
concrete hollow bocks
laboratory exercise exercise
Lectures,
Determining the time of setting of laboratory
15-16 1-5 demonstration,
portland cement. exercise
laboratory exercise
Lectures, Quiz and
17 1-5 Testing the tensile strength of steel bars demonstration, laboratory
laboratory exercise exercise
Lectures,
18 1-5 Field tests of construction materials demonstration, Final exam
laboratory exercise

10. Course Outcomes in Relation to Course Objectives:

Course
A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to: Objectives

1 2 3

1. Differentiate the different construction materials and their various


x x
properties

2. Know the different apparatus used in construction materials testing x x

3. Perform various construction materials testing conforming to local,


x x x
national and international standards.

4. Determine the different factors affecting the standard of construction


x x x
materials.

11. Performance Indicators

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Program Outcomes Specific to CMT Performance Indicators
1. Understand the range of various materials 1) Differentiate the different construction
for civil engineering projects. materials and their various properties
2. Understand the relevant properties of 2) Know the different apparatus used in
common construction materials; construction materials testing
3. Understand applicable local, international 3) Perform various construction materials
and foreign standards on materials and testing conforming to local, national and
materials testing.
international standards.
4. Perform measuring, testing and evaluating
the results; 4) Determine the different factors affecting
5. Ability to test, measure, evaluate the best the standard of construction materials.
use of building and construction materials.

1. Course Requirements

1. Quizzes
2. Laboratory Exercises
3. Logbook with notes and data from results of laboratory exercises
4. Midterm/Final Examination

2. Course Evaluation:

a. Examination 40%
b. Laboratory Exercises 30%
c. Quizzes 20%
d. Project 5%
e. Attendance 5%

3. Recommended References:

Books:
1. Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines. (2010) National Structural Code of
the Philippines. 6th Edition. Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines
2. Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines. (2015) National Structural Code of
the Philippines. 7th Edition. Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines.
3. Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines. (2001) National Building Code.
Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines
4. Marotta, Theodore W. (2002) Basic Construction Materials. New York McGraw Hill Book
Company
5. Chandigarah. (2009) Materials of Construction. 7th edition. New York McGraw Hill Book
Company
6. Gildey, Murphy. Bragman. (2012) Testing of Engineering Materials. New York McGraw Hill
Book Company
7. Singer. (2010) Strength of Materials. 7th edition. New York McGraw Hill Book Company
Online
google.com

4. Course Materials Made Available:

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1. Handouts
2. Power Presentations

Prepared by:

Engr. Dana Camille G. Dioquino


Instructor I
dioquinodanacamille0104@gmail.com
09052047504

Recommending approval:

RUFO D. DURIAN III, ME HELEN R. LARA, Ed.D.


Dean Campus Administrator

Approved:

MAGDALENA M. OCBIAN, Ed.D.


VPAA

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