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Syllabus for B.Tech Semester III (Civil) 2MA209, MATHEMATICS ­ III [ 3 1 - 4]

Fourier Series - Periodic functions, Dirichlet's conditions, Fourier series, Euler's formulae, Fourier expansion of periodic functions with period 2, Fourier series of even and odd functions, Fourier series of periodic functions with arbitrary periods, half range Fourier series, Harmonic analysis. Laplace Transforms : Motivation, Definition, Linearity property, Laplace transforms of elementary functions, Shifting theorem Inverse Laplace transforms of derivatives and integrals, Convolution theorem, Application of Laplace transforms in solving ordinary differential equations, Laplace transforms of periodic, Unit step and Impulse functions. Ordinary Differential Equations : Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients, complimentary function, particular integral, method of variation of parameters, Higher order linear differential equations with variables coefficients (Cauchy's and Legendre forms), Simultaneous linear differential equations, Models for the real world problems and their solutions in particular, Modelling of electric circuits, Deflection of beams, Free oscillations, Forced oscillations, Resonance. Partial Differential Equations : Formation of Partial differential equations, Directly integrable equations, Models of Engineering problems leading to first order partial differential equations. Langrange's equation. Applications to the Wave equation, one-dimensional heat and Laplace equation. Telegraphic and telephone equation. Numerical Methods ­ Motivation, Errors, Truncation error, Rounded off error, Absolute error, Relative error and Percentage error, Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations by NewtonRaphson, Bisection, False position, iteration methods, Convergence of these methods. Text/Reference 1. Higher Engineering Mathematics (Third Edition) Vol-II, By Dr. K.R. Kachot: Mahajan Pub. House 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Fifth Edition), Erwin Kreyszig : John Wiley Reference Books: 1. Higher Engineering Mathematics, By Dr. B.S. Grewal. Publisher: Khanna, New Delhi. 2. Elementry Differential Equations, By W.E.Boyce and R.Diprima: Publisher: John Wiley ­ 2005 3. Numerical Methods for Engineers with Programming and Software Applications. By S.C. Chapra and R.P. Canale, Publisher: McGraw-Hill, Newyork ­ 1998 4. Fourier Series & Boundary Value Problems: R.V. Churchill & J.W. Brown: McGraw-Hill­ 2006 2HM203 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT [2 1 ­ 3] Objective: To acquaint the engineering students with the basic concept of Economics & Management with emphasis on their application Basic Economic Concepts: Definition, Micro and Macro economics, concept of utility, National Income concept, concept and types of economic planning, factors of Production. Market Demand Analysis: Demand function and Law of Demand., factor influencing demand, demand forecasting. 1 of 37

Cost Concepts: Concepts of costs and revenues Break Even Analysis Management: Concept, importance and nature, functions and skills management: Taylor's Scientific Management theory, Fayol's Administrative Theory Planning, Decision Making, Organizing, Coordination, Directing, Motivation, Controlling Human Resource Management: Functions of Human Resource Management, Recruitment, Selection, Training & Development, Discipline, Performance Appraisal, grievance handling Industrial relation, Communication, Leadership Textbooks: 1. Organization and Management ­ R.D. Agrawal 2. Essentials of Management ­ J. Massie 3. Industrial Engineering and Management ­ O.P. Khanna 4. Marketing Management ­ Philip Kotler 5. Personal Management ­ Arun Monnapa and Saiyndeenm Mirza 2ME221 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING [3 ­ ­ 3]

Energy & Fuels: Introduction: Prime movers: Types of prime movers, Sources of energy and energy conversion, Fuels and combustion: Introduction, classification, calorific values, Thermal, nuclear & hydropower plants Properties of Gases: Gas laws, Characteristic gas equation, specific heats of gases, isothermal and adiabatic process, Enthalpy Properties of Steam: Introduction, Steam formation, Enthalpy, Specific volume of steam, Steam tables, Internal energy, Throttling, Measurement of dryness fraction, Introduction to steam engines, steam turbines and condensers Thermodynamics: Thermodynamics systems, thermodynamics properties, internal energy, first and second law of Thermodynamics and their applications, Work and Heat transfer during applications of thermodynamic processes Heat Engines: Basic concept of conduction, convection and radiation modes of heat transfer, elementary heat engines, thermal prime movers, heat engine cycles Steam Boilers: Introduction, Classification, Boiler mountings and accessories Internal Combustion Engines: Introduction, Classification, Engine details, working of petrol and diesel engines, IP, BP, mechanical and thermal efficiency of IC engines Speed Control: Introduction, Governors, Steam engine governing, I.C. Engine governing, Fly wheel. Pumps: Introduction, Reciprocating pump, Types and operations, Centrifugal pumps, Types of centrifugal pumps, Rotary pumps and Vacuum pumps, priming

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Air Compressors: Introduction, Operation of a compressor , Work of compression, Power required , Reciprocating and Rotary compressors. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning: Introduction, Basic principles and provisions related to civil engineering Transmission of Motion and Power: Introduction, Methods of drive, Power transmission elements, shafting, Belt, drive, Pulleys, Gears, Power transmitted by a belt, Power transmitted by gearing, Introduction of bearings. Introduction of Clutches, Couplings and Brakes Text/Reference 1. Elements of Mechanical Engineering - Desai and Soni 2. Elements of Mechanical Engineering - Hajra Chaudhary 3. Elements of Mechanical Engineering - Mathur & Mehta 2CL221 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS [3 ­ 2 4]

Strength and Elasticity: Stresses; Axial, normal, in-plane, tensile, compressive, shear, flexural, Thermal and hoop, complementary shear. Strain: Linear, shear, Lateral, Thermal and volumetric, Poission's ratio Elasticity: Elastic, homogeneous, isotropic, orthotropic materials; limits of elasticity and proportionality, yield limit, ultimate strength, plastic state, proof stress, factor of safety, working stress, load factor. Composite, Prismatic and non-prismatic sections. Elastic constants and relation between them and bodies subjected to loads in three directions. Bending moment and shear force: Types of supports, support reactions, Bending moment and shear force diagrams in statically determinate beams subjected to concentrated, uniformly distributed and varying loads and in plane moment loading, Relation between bending moment, shear force and rate of loading, point of contraflexure. Stresses in beams: Theory of simple bending, bending stresses and their distribution, moment of resistance, modulus of section, built-up and composite beam sections, beams of uniform strength, distribution of shear stress in different sections. Laminated springs. Torsion: Torsion of solid and hollow circular shafts, shear stress and strain due to torsion, angle of twist, Torsional moment of resistance, power transmitted by a shaft, keys and couplings, combined bending and torsion, close coiled helical springs. Principal stresses and strains: Compound stresses, analysis of principal planes and principal stresses, Mohr's circle of stress, principal strains, angle of obliquity of resultant stress, principal stresses in beams, principal stresses in shafts subjected to bending and torsion-with and without axial stress. Thin cylinders: Thin cylinder and spherical vessels under pressure. Mechanical Properties of Materials: Metals; Ductility, brittleness, toughness, malleability, behavior of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in tension & compression, shear and bending tests, standard test pieces, influence of various parameters on test results, true and nominal stress, modes of fracture, characteristics of stress-strain curves, strain hardening, hardness; different methods of measurement, Izod and Charpy impact tests. Fatigue strength, endurance limit, creep of metals. Co-relation between different mechanical properties, 3 of 37

Laboratory Work: Minimum eight experiments based on the course Textbooks: 1. Mechanics of Structure Vol. I - S. B. Junnarkar & H. J. Shah 2. Strength of materials - Ramamrutham 3. Mechanics of Materials - E. P. Popov 4. Mechanics of Materials - Beer and Johnston. 2CL211 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS [3 - - 3]

Introduction to basic civil engineering materials: Introduction and importance of the study of materials of construction, Introduction to basic building materials like Stone, brick, Lime, Cement, sand, aggregate, mortar, concrete, Timber, metals, glass, polymers and miscellaneous materials. Physical and mechanical properties of material Stone: Definition, classification of stone, Scope of use, advantages, Types of rocks, their properties, testing of stone, various building stones, their uses, characteristic of good building stone, stone cladding, deterioration of stone, preservation of stone, quarrying of stone, artificial stone, dressing of stone Clay products: Brick and its Introduction, constitutes of brick earth, Manufacturing, classification, properties and testing of bricks, special types of bricks. Tiles and its manufacturing process, various types of tiles, earthenware and stoneware, substitutes for bricks: Concrete block, and special types of bricks like Fly-ash bricks, Sand lime or calcium silicate bricks, block paving etc. Lime: Introduction, classification, Manufacturing of fat lime and hydraulic lime, slacking of lime, properties of lime, tests for lime, handling and storage and uses of lime, /Concrete and its ingredients: Introduction, Types and ingredients of Cement, sources and use of sand(fine aggregate) for concrete, mortar and plaster, course aggregates and Utilization. Replacements: General, By-products use as Cement Replacement: Coal ash, Rice husk ash, Silica fume. By-Product use as Aggregates Replacement: Blast furnace slag, Fly ash, Bottom ash, Boiler slag, Reclaimed concrete, Anthracite coal refuse, mortar and its types. Timber: characteristics of good timber, classification, sources, structure and growth of tree, conversion of wood, seasoning, defects, deterioration and preservation, special timber products and its merits and demerits, use of timber in construction, common timber in India. Ferrous Metals: Introduction, pig iron, cast iron, wrought iron, steel, market forms of steel, manufacturing of steel, steel as reinforcement, steel for prestressed concrete, rolled steel sections, steel cables, ferrous alloy, use in construction Non-ferrous metals: manufacturing, properties, uses and alloy of various materials like aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Lead, tin, magnesium, Corrosion of metal and its prevention. Plastics and Fibres: definition, constituents, classification, various thermoplastic and thermosetting material, manufacturing process, properties, advantages and disadvantages of plastics, commercial forms of plastics, use of plastics in construction and substitute of timber, reinforced plastics, deformation of plastics.

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Finishes: Cladding, Glazing, Paint, Varnishes, Distempering, White washing, Lamination, Finishing of surface with Concrete and mortar, false ceiling. Miscellaneous civil engineering materials Glass: Introduction, Types of glass, Suitability and use of glass, glass wool Waterproofing and damp proofing: water proofing for concrete work, water proofing material Insulating material: thermal insulation, types of insulating materials with their suitability, sound insulation, types of acoustical materials with their suitability. Adhesive, sealants and joint filler: use of adhesive in construction, types of sealants and their uses Asphalt, bitumen and tar: Introduction, comparison and uses Rubber: introduction, types and use Advanced construction material used in practice Textbooks: 1. Building Materials ­ S.K. Duggal 2. Civil Engineering Materials - TTTI, Bhopal 3. Civil Engineering Materials by Parbinsingh 4. Building Material by P.C.Varghese 2CL203 SURVEYING I [3 ­ 2 4]

Introduction to surveying: Definition, object, uses, classification of survey, principles of surveying, scales and types of scale Measurement of distance: Types of chains, tapes, Instruments used in chaining, methods of measurement, records of survey work, ranging, offsetting, obstacles in measurement, errors in measurement Chain and Compass survey: Compass, uses, types of compass, meridians, bearings, local attraction, declination, chain and compass traverse survey Leveling & Contouring: Definitions, Types of levels, methods of leveling, Booking of level books and R.L. computations, correction for curvature & Refraction, various types of leveling, contour plotting using radial line & square grids, Precise leveling Theodolite Traversing: Types of Theodolites, temporary adjustment of theodolite, Measurements of Angles, Errors affecting angular measurements, Types of traverse, Orientation of traverse surveys, Theodolite traverse - Field work, Latitude, departure, Coordinate system of traverse, Adjustment of close traverse, other uses of theodolite, area of closed traverse Plane Table Survey: Definitions, Plane table accessories, Advantages & Disadvantages, Methods of plotting - Radiation, Intersection & Traversing. Two point problem. Computation of Areas & Volumes: Computation of area of regular & irregular boundary, Trapezoidal & Simpson's rule, Electronic planimeter, computation of volume for earthwork in cutting & filling, capacity of reservoirs. Hydrographic Survey: Significance of hydrographic survey, Tide gauges, sounding, Locations, Locating stations using sextants.

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Use of Survey in Construction Works: Setting out building, bridge elements, road alignment and grades, Use of surveying & leveling methods during construction of engineering works. Minor instruments in surveying Laboratory Work: Minimum ten experiments based on the course Textbooks: 1. Surveying & leveling, Vol. I & II - B.C.Punmia 2. Plane Surveying by A M Chandra 3. Advanced Surveying - Agor 2CL210- CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING [ - - 4 2]

Introduction: Definition, Need of drawing, importance of drawing in civil engineering, drawing sheets, arrangement in the drawing sheet, title block, schedule of drawing, scale, graphical and numerical scale, lines, lettering and dimensioning. Indian Standards for drawings Introduction to various building components: Section of wall through door/window, sketches of wall foundation, lintel, weather shed, RCC slab, mosaic flooring, coping, damp proof course, definition of load bearing and frame structure Conventional signs, symbols and abbreviations: Introduction, civil engineering symbols for various materials and works, symbols with abbreviations, symbols for doors/windows, symbols for electrical services and appliances. (IS 962-1967) Residential Building Drawing: Introduction to plan, elevation and section of the building, Development of detailed plan from line diagramme. Laboratory Work: Introduction to drawing software and at least ten sketches based on above course. Textbooks: 1. Building Drawing with an integrated approach to Built Environment by M.G Shah, C M Kale and S Y Patki 2. Drawing and Design of Residential and Commercial Buildings by S. Kaleem A. Zaidi and Suhail Siddiqui 3. Civil Engineering Drawing by R S Malik and G S Mao 4. Civil Engineering Drawing by Gurucharan Singh 2CL209 SEMINAR [- - 2 1]

Student/s will be assigned one topic related to any field of civil engineering. He/ she will work under guidance of faculty and his / her progress will be monitored continuously. The seminar will be presented during the semester before the classmates and faculty. 2SP201: CAREER ORIENTATION-I [ - 1 - -]

The objective of the supplementary course of Career Orientation ­ I is to sensitize each student about one's own potential, and this in turn will enable one to be self driven so as to improve one's performance and achieve one's life goals. 6 of 37

The topics covered are: Self start, dedication, confidence, motivation, discipline, study, progress, evaluation, appreciation, criticism, improvement, reliance, control, respect, satisfaction, awareness, fulfillment and realization, inwardly directed towards oneself. Basically the course is an in-depth exposure of a booklet on "Gateways to Self Realization" by Shri G. Narayana. The methodology is of self learning in which the students go through the book (in depth) and make presentations before their class, carry out given exercises and interesting activities; keeping the content in focus

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Syllabus for B.Tech Semester IV(Civil) 2CL201 GEOLOGY & GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING [4 ­ 2 5]

Introduction to Geology: The earth as planet, scope of geology, Geological studies for Engineers. Formation of rocks & soil. Structural Features of Rocks: Basic terms, folds, joints, faults, unconfirmities, overlap stratification, outcrop, dip, etc., causes of earthquake and effect. Study of Rocks: Classification of rocks, igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic rocks & their composition, texture & structure, Engineering properties of rocks. Geological Investigations: Various methods of geological investigations, mapping. Interpretation of reports, case studies. Introduction to Soil Mechanics: Definition, soil as construction material, limitations of soil mechanics. Soil Properties: Soil as three phase system, related properties, Index properties, Atterberg limits, classification of soils & field identification, soil structure and mineralogy, soil-water properties. Permeability: Permeability, Factors affecting permeability, measurement of permeability, coefficient of permeability of common soils , Quick conditions. Compaction: Definition, Compaction methods, standard and modified compaction tests, determination of dry density & optimum moisture content, factors affecting compaction. Shear Strength: Definition, different shear tests, interpretation of results, shear strength parameters & theory, shear strength of cohesive & non-cohesive soils. Laboratory Work: Minimum ten experiments based on the course Textbooks: 1. Geotechnical Engineering - C Venkatramiah 2. Engineering & General geology - Prabin Singh 3. Text Book of geology - P. K. Mukherjee 4. Soil Mechanics - Lambe & Whitman 5. Engineering Properties of Soil ­ Shashi Gulati 2CL204 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS ­ I [3 1 ­ 4]

Internal Forces: Computation of internal forces in statically determinate structures such as plane frames, gables, beams curved in plan and planar truss. Arches: Analysis of the three-hinged arches (Circular and parabolic shapes only) Slope and Deflection of Beams: Differential equation of elastic curve, relation between moment, slope and deflection, double integration method, Maculay's method, moment area method, Conjugate beam method

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Strain Energy: Resilience, strain energy in tension, shear, bending, torsion, proof-resilience, modulus of resilience, impact, sudden loads and shock loading. Direct and Bending Stresses: members subjected to eccentric loads, middle third rule, kernel of the section, structures such as dam, chimney, tall buildings, retaining walls etc. subjected to wind or hydraulic loads. Columns and Struts: Standard cases of end conditions and corresponding effective length, buckling, radius of gyration, principle axes, Euler's and Rankine's formula, eccentrically loaded columns, columns with lateral loadings. Influence Lines: Influence line diagram for support reactions, shear force, bending moment for statically determinate beams and axial forces in trusses, criterion for maximum effect due to point loads and uniformly distributed load. Planar Structures: Statically determinate and indeterminate planar structures, static and kinematics indeterminacy, principle of superposition, Maxwell's reciprocal relation, stable/unstable structures. Propped Cantilever: Analysis of propped cantilever beams by consistent deformation method, rigid and elastic supports, beams of varying moment of inertia. Fixed Beams: Computation of fixed-end actions for point load, uniformly distributed load, varying load and couples, settlement and rotation of supports, beams of varying moment of inertia. Term Assignment: minimum twenty problems based on the course. Textbooks: 1. Mechanics of Structures, Vol.-I & II - S.B. Junnarkar and H.J. Shah 2. Intermediate Structural Analysis - C.K. Wang 3. Mechanics of Materials - Timoshenko and Gere 2CL205 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY [3 ­ 2 4]

Introduction: Concrete as building material, advantages of concrete over conventional building materials, future of concrete. Concrete Ingredients: Role of different ingredients, cement; Manufacturing, Types, suitability of different cements, properties of cement, Hydration process; Aggregates : various types, suitability, properties; Water: Role of water on concrete properties, quality of water; Admixtures ; Various Natural & factory made additives, Role of Mineral admixtures, chemicals :Accelerating, Retarding, plasticizers, Super-plasticizers & grouts. Fresh Concrete: Properties of fresh concrete & their measurement, quality control, Role of equipment in producing good concrete, concept of maturity. Hardened Concrete : Properties of hardened concrete and their measurement, Dimensional stability- Elasticity, shrinkage & creep, Durability- Carbonation, sulphate attack, acid attack etc., testing of concrete on samples and testing of concrete in structure- Destructive, semi-destructive & non-destructive tests.

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Mix Design : Concrete mix requirements, effect of w/c, statistical quality control, principles of mix design, Mix with & without admixtures. Special Techniques : Extreme weather concreting, mass concreting, pumped concrete, underwater concreting, grouting, guniting and shot-creting. Fiber reinforced concrete and ferro cement. Advances in Concrete : Architectural concrete, Pre-packed concrete, light weight structural concrete, High Strength, High Performance Concrete, High density concrete, Polymer concrete, Ready mix concrete etc. Laboratory Work: Minimum ten experiments based on the course Textbooks: 1. Properties of Concrete - A. M. Neville 2. Concrete Technology - M. S. Shetty 3. Concrete Technology - M. L. Gambhir 4. Concrete structures, Properties & materials - P. Kumar Mehta 2CL212 BUILDING AND TOWN PLANNING [2 - 4 4]

Residential Building Drawing: Introduction, standard guidelines for building drawing, building drawing- general planning aspects, line diagramme, standard dimensions for various building units according to IS 1256, building laws. Foundation plan: Introduction, steps for the construction of foundations, foundation plan, general guidelines for foundation plan, examples and sketches. Elements of Perspective Drawing: Types of perspectives, birds-eye-view, and methods of drawing perspectives. Furniture arrangements and drainage plan: requirements of furniture and standard dimensions, sanitary lines and traps. Planning Of Buildings: Principles of planning- Aspects of planning within and with respect to surroundings, Planning of buildings from different fields of human activities viz. habitation, Education, Health, Recreation, Industry and Transportation, Spatial and land use planning, Modular planning, selection of appropriate materials and techniques of construction. Building Bye-Laws: Objectives, importance of bye-laws, F.S.I., Principles underlying building bye laws, rules governing light, parking, fire, water supply etc. Town Planning: Introduction and requirements of town planning, Civil Survey, purpose, type, data required and presentation, Elements of city plan- Zoning, land use zoning and height zoning, growth of towns and Town planning scheme, Control of haphazard development. Industry: Priorities, classification, industrial estates, Redevelopment, slum clearance scheme, master plan. Concept of green building design: Introduction, necessity and elements Laboratory Work: Minimum four working drawings based on course. Textbooks: 10 of 37

1. Building Drawing with an integrated approach to Built Environment by M.G Shah, C M Kale and S Y Patki 2. Town Planning - S C Rangwala 3. Drawing and Design of Residential and Commercial Buildings by S. Kaleem A. Zaidi and Suhail Siddiqui 4. Planning and Designing of residential building by Y.N.RajaRao 5. National building code of India 2CL213 SURVEYING II [3 ­ 2 4]

Trigonometric Levelling: Definition, various types of leveling, trigonometric leveling Tacheometry: Definition, principles of tacheometry, principles of tacheometry, methods of tacheometry, self-reducing tacheometers. Curve Settings: Basic of Curves, Elements & Geometry, Designation of Curves, Problems in Curve location, setting out of circular and transition curves, vertical curves. Introduction to Photogrammetry & Aerial Surveys: Photogrammetry, definitions, Principles of elevated & aerial photographs, methods of Photogrammetry, Interpretation of photographs, mirror stereoscope, Measurement of distance on photographs, Parallax bars Remote sensing: Principle of Remote sensing, EMR, concept of signature, resolutions, types of sensors, visual and digital image processing and its applications. Geographical Information System: Introduction and principle of Geographical Information System, components of GIS, applications Global Positioning System, Its application: Definition, Principles of GPS and applications Introduction of total station and other advanced technology in surveying. Laboratory Work: Minimum ten experiments based on the course Textbooks: 1. Surveying & leveling, Vol. I, II & III - B.C.Punmia 2. Higher Surveying by A.M.Chandra 3. Remote sensing principles - George Joseph 4. Advanced Surveying - Agor 2CL208 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION [3 ­ ­ 3]

Building Construction Aspects: Introduction to sequential building construction procedures from planning to completion, types of buildings, requirements and types of joints, anti-termite treatment & DPC provisions in constructions. Excavation & Foundation: Excavation methods ­ Manual & Mechanised, shoring and struting for lateral restrainment of soil, dewatering and backfilling. Building foundations ­ Objectives and Types (Deep and Shallow foundations). Masonry Constructions: Types of masonry constructions, materials for masonry construction, bonds in masonry constructions, construction of masonry walls, lintels (chajja), arches & roofs. Introduction of IS provisions for masonry constructions.

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Concrete constructions: Types of concretes used in constructions, major concrete (RCC) components like-foundations, columns, beams, lintels, slabs etc.... and method of construction. Introduction of IS provisions for concrete constructions. Openings in Structures: Objectives of Doors, Windows & Ventilators, various materials and structure & methods of installations. Staircases: Objectives of stairs, various types and their suitability, accommodation planning of doglegged staircases. Roofs and Flooring: Roofs for various types of buildings ­ Flat, Sloping (pitched) and Domes (curved roofs). Flooring for various types of buildings, materials for flooring, types of flooringRCC, Tile, IPS. Finishing: Objectives and types of finishing (internal & external finishing), methods of finishingpointing, plastering, cladding, whitewashing/distempering and painting. Introduction to sustainable building technologies Term Assignments The term assignments will consist of six periodical assignments based on the above course. Textbooks: 1. Hand book of building construction by M.M.Goyal 2. Building Construction - Bindra & Arora 3. Building Construction Handbook - R. Chudley & R. Greeno 4. Building construction & Technology vol. I to IV - W. Mckay 5. National Building code 2SP202- CAREER ORIENTATION-II [1 - - -]

The objective of this course is to continue previous course and enhance efforts for individual development. The course also aims to provide information on different topics related to their career planning and preparation. Topics include:-Goal Setting -Stress Management -Emotional Intelligence -Career Prospects -Industry Expectation -Communication skills (Practical sessions) a. Presentation skills b. Interview Techniques c. Group discussions d. Non-verbal communications -Overview of different tests for competitive exams -Ethics for engineers -Interpersonal relations -Team works Methodology of learning will be based on lecture-cum-interaction, workshops, expert lectures from industry people, assignments etc.

B.TECH. SEMESTER V CIVIL ENGG.

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SEM. V SYLLABUS 2CL301 STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-II [3 - 2 4]

Moment Distribution Method: Analysis of statically indeterminate beams and frames by moment distribution method, settlement and rotation of supports. Slope Deflection Method: Analysis of Continuous beams and non-sway frames by slope-deflection method Energy Principles: Unit load method for beam and truss, Castilango's theorems, application to statically determinate and indeterminate structures. Matrix Methods: Types of skeletal structures, Internal forces and deformations. Analysis of beams by flexibility method, Analysis of beams, trusses and frames by stiffness method Suspension Bridge: Un-stiffened parabolic type- force, length and anchorage. Approximate Methods: Introduction of substitute frame and approximate method for lateral load analysis. Analysis of Prestressed Concrete: Materials used, pre-tensioning and post-tensioning, methods of prestressing, analysis of pretension and post tensioned beam. Introduction to structural dynamics, single degree of freedom systems, equation of motions, system parameters, damping, Two-degree of freedom system. Laboratory Work: It shall consist of at least ten assignments including computer application based on the above syllabus. Textbooks: 1. Mechanics of Structures (Vol.-2) - S. B. Junnarkar 2. Intermediate Structural Analysis - C.K. Wang 3. Matrix Analysis of framed structures - Gere and Weaver 4. Structural Dynamics - Mario Paz 2CL302 DESIGN OF STRUCTURES - I [4 ­ 2 5]

Introduction: Types of structures and their elements Loads: Indian standard specifications for dead, live load on buildings Reinforcement: Different types of reinforcement and their properties. Design Methods: Elastic method, Limit state method, ultimate load method, general principles and applicability. Reinforced Concrete: Theory of simple bending as applied to R.C.C, introduction to elastic method and detail study of limit state methods, rectangular beams with tension and/or compression reinforcement, Tee and ell beams, simply supported slabs (one way and two way reinforced), oneway reinforced continuous slabs, shear, bond and deflections of beams & slabs, temperature and shrinkage reinforcement, axially loaded short and long columns, links and helical reinforcement, Isolated footing, staircase. Steel Structures: Tension and Compression members, single and built-up sections, Choice of sections. Connections: Riveted, bolted and welded joints, their strength and efficiency, eccentric loading, welded joints subjected to bending. Simple beams, rolled sections, deflections, simple connections of beam to beam, beam to column, column to base, connections to transfer direct reaction without moment, axially loaded columns, single and built-up sections, choice of sections, lacing and battening, splices. Foundations: Gusseted, grillage, slab base, base plate. Laboratory Work: It consists of five designs including drawing for detailing based on above course.

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Textbooks: 1. Limit state theory and design of Reinforced Concrete - Shah & Karve 2. Design of Reinforced Concrete - Unnikrishnan and Menon 3. Design of Steel Structures ­ N. Subramanian 4. Limit State Design of Steel Structures ­ Shah and Gore 5. Structural Design and Drawings ­ N. Krishna Raju 6. Plain and Reinforced Concrete Design Vol I & II - Jain & Jaikrishnan IS 456, IS 800, IS 875, SP 16, SP 34, SP 6(1) 2CL310 WATER RESOURCES AND IRRIGATION [4 ­ ­ 4]

Hydrology: Hydrologic cycle, hydrologic process methods of computation of rainfalls, runoff,infiltration, evaporation,factors affecting each parameter, hydrograph analysis, unit hydrograph and S-curve hydrograph Ground Water: Well irrigation, aquifer, aquifuge, sp.retention, sp.yield, etc., well hydraulics, capacity of well, fully and partially penetrating artesian well, tube well, open well, advantages and disadvantages of well irrigation over canal irrigation, other sources of ground water. Well hydraulics, Unsteady radial flow to wells in confined aquifer. Gravity Dams: Forces acting on gravity dam, stability analysis, elementary profile, practical profile, high and low dams. Earth Dams: Types, causes of failures, seepage and stability analysis, slope protection, design consideration in earthquake region, check dams and rain water harvesting structures. Stability of slopes, seepage control Measures. Consideration of earthquake forces in design of earthen and gravity dams. Introduction: Definition, Necessity, Benefits of irrigation, ill effects. Methods of irrigation: Uncontrolled flooding, free flooding, border strip method, contour farming, sprinkler and drip irrigation. Water Requirements of Crops: Function of irrigation water, classes and availability of soil water, depth and frequency of irrigation, duty, delta, factors affecting duty, consumptive use of water, crop rotation, assessment of irrigation water. Flow Irrigation: Canals, introduction to silt theories, Cross drainage works, meandering, causes, river training works, groynes, marginal bunds, levees, weir on permeable soil, canal fall, distribution systems. Water Logging: Effects, causes and remedial measures. Textbooks: 1.Irrigation and hydraulic structures - S.K.Garg 2.Irrigation and hydraulic structures ­ B.C. Punamia

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2CL304 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-I

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Introduction to Water Pollution: Development and environmental pollution, ground water resources recharge and / protection. Water Treatment: Water quality parameters, natural purification process. Water Treatment process: Screening, Aeration, Sedimentation (Clariflocculation), filtration, disinfection, water softening ­ design considerations, design of water treatment plant. Water Distribution system: Gravity and pressure flow, pumping systems, types of distribution system, layout of distribution system, methods of water supply, distribution reservoir with capacity of reservoir, water distribution systems. Introduction to Waste-water: Sewage and Effluent ­ Definition & meaning, Sources of wastewater, Classification of Pollutants. Domestic Waste Treatment: Objectives of Sanitation, Systems of Sewerage, quantity and quality of domestic sewage, design of sewers, sewer appurtenances. Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Objectives of treatment, Classification of Treatment Processes, Wastewater treatment: Unit operations ­ Screening, skimming, sedimentation, biological treatment (ASP-Types & Modifications),ETP design, modes of wastewater disposal. Laboratory Work: It shall consist of ten experiments based on above course. Textbooks: 1. Water supply and sanitary engineering - G. S. Birdie & J. S. Birdie 2. Environmental Engineering (Vol I & II), Santosh Kumar Garg 3. Water and Wastewater Engineering, Metcalf & Eddy Inc. 2CL305 TRANSPORT ENGINEERING ­ I [3 ­ ­ 3]

Highway Engineering Introduction : Importance, different mode of transportation & its scope (i.e. through road, rail, docks, harbour, airport etc.) characteristics of road transport, importance of roads in India, scope of highway engineering. Highway Development & Planning : Highway development in India, necessity of highway planning, classification of roads, agencies carrying the works of roads, requirement of planning finance & its sources. Highway Alignment & Surveys : Road alignment, principles & factors governing the alignment, road alignment surveys, documents to be prepared for a road project, plans & estimates standard estimates, standard dimensions of road cross-sections. Highway Geometrics : IRC codes, factors affecting road geometrics and various geometrics, related examples. Road Construction : Functions of roads, cross-section, and material used, construction of each course, methods of rolling, formation of earthwork, types of roads with construction procedure, procedure of earthwork, advt. & disadvt.of various types of roads. Bridge Engineering Introduction: History and development of bridges, components of a bridge, classification of bridges, deck, through and semi-through bridges, investigations for bridges and culverts. Bridge Hydrology: Introduction, maximum discharge, study of nature of catchment area method, velocity measurement, length of bridge, water-way, linear water way, free board, reigm dimensions, afflux, clearance, economic span, width of carriage way, bridge loading, related problems.

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Low cost bridges: Permanent small bridges with types, temporary bridges with types, culverts, cause way, layout plan of a culvert, advt. and disadvt., Bridge Foundation: Introduction, functions of foundations, types of foundations, equipments used, cassions, procedure for constructing the foundations, difficulties arises during construction. Bridge Sub-structure and Super structure: Components of sub & super-structure, forces/pressures to be considered, stability, dimensions of abridge components, construction of formworks, bearings. Airport Planning: Introduction, characteristics of aircrafts related to airport design, airport planning and site selection, pavement design, infrastructure facilities Textbooks: 1. Highway Engineering - Khanna & Justo 2. Highway Engineering - S.P. Bindra 3. Bridge Engineering - S. C. Rangwala 2CL306 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION [3 ­ 2 4]

Temporary Structures: Requirements of temporary structures (formwork), elements, joints, shuttering and deshuttering, formwork failures, Mechanised shuttering Deep Foundations: Construction of deep foundation, use of pile, caissons and well foundation; open, box & pneumatic caissons, vibrofloatation, timber, steel concrete and bored pile construction, Pile driving equipments, Introduction to Advanced construction processes/practices : Box pushing, Slip form for chimney construction, Prefab & Precast Construction, Fabrication and Erection of Steel Elements, Bridge construction and erection techniques, Construction of diaphragm walls. Tools, Equipment & Plants : Importance of tools, equipment & plants, classifications, selection, Engineering fundamentals, Excavating and earth moving equipment, material handling equipment, Hauling equipment, Concreting Equipment, owning and operating cost of equipment. Basic Building Services: Various services in modern buildings, building water supply and drainage system, Plumbing: pipes and fixtures, sanitary wares, vertical transportation, fire protection systems, fire hydrant system, foam system, etc. Building ventilation requirement, air-conditioning and passive cooling, basic of electrification and energy efficient lighting fixtures, concept of intelligent buildings, use of solar energy Laboratory Work: It shall consist of ten assignments based on detailing of construction procedure. Textbooks: 1. Formwork for concrete - M.K. Hurd 2. Construction planning equipment and methods by Peurifoy and Schexnayder 3. Plumbing engineering ­ Subhash Patil 4. Building construction & Technology vol. I to IV - W. B. Mckay 2CL307 SEMINAR [- - 2 1]

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SEM. VI SYLLABUS

2CL308 DESIGN OF STRUCTURES - II

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Loads : Loading standards as per IS codes, distribution of loads, computation of wind load and earthquake loads, combination of loads Reinforced Concrete Structures: Structural layout for buildings; Continuous beams, typical floor design including two way continuous slab, T-beam floor, flat slab, waffle slab; Columns: Slender columns with uniaxial and biaxial bending; Combined footing Structures: Canopy, cantilever shed, portal, building, water tanks, retaining wall; Structural detailing, Design of Bridges: Types of bridges, Loadings, Analysis and design of slab deck, Load distribution theories, Analysis and design of Tee beam and Slab decks Do's and Don'ts' of earthquake resistance structures, major past earthquakes and lesson learnt. Concept of response spectra, design response spectrum, philosophy of earthquake resistance design, equivalent lateral force concept, rigid floor diaphragm Earthquake resistance design of R.C.C. buildings, lateral load resisting systems for the buildings, concept of ductility in R.C.C. buildings, ductile detailing of R.C.C. buildings, codal provisions Laboratory Work: It shall consist design of five simple structures including drawings sheets for detailing. Textbooks: 1. Design of three-storeyed building (G+3) - Shah and Karve 2. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, - N. Krishna Raju 3. Plain and Reinforced Concrete Design Vol I & II - Jain & Jaikrishnan 4. Earthquake resistant design of structures ­ S. K. Duggal IS CODES IS: 456, IS:875, SP 34, SP 16, IS:1893, IS:3370, IS:13920, IS 4326 2CL303 FLUID MECHANICS [3 - 2 4]

Properties of fluids: Introduction, properties of fluids, viscosity, compressibility, surface tension, & capillarity, related problems. Pressure and its measurement: Fluid pressure at a point, Pascal's Law, pressure variation in a fluid at rest, absolute gauge, atmospheric & vacuum pressures, measurement of pressure, simple manometers, differential manometers, related problems. Hydrostatic forces on surfaces: Introduction, total pressure & centre of pressure, vertical,horizontal& inclined plane surface submerged in liquid, total pressure & centre of pressure on lock gates, related problems. Buoyancy & floatation: Introduction, buoyancy, centre of buoyancy, metacentre, metacentric height, analytical method of metacentric height, conditions of equilibrium of a floating & submerged bodies, oscillation of a floating body, related problems . Kinematics of flow : Introduction, methods of describing fluid motion, types of fluid flow i.e. steady & unsteady, uniform & non-uniform, laminar & turbulent, compressible & incompressible, rotational & irrotational & one, two & three dimensional flows, rate of flow or discharge, continuity equation in three dimensions, velocity & acceleration, velocity potential function & stream function, types of motion, related problems . Dynamics of fluid flow : Introduction equation of motion, euler's equation of motion, bernoulli's equation from euler's equation, it's assumptions, bernoulli's equation for real fluid, practical applications of bernoulli's equation i.e. venturimeter, orifice meter, pitot tube, introduction to 18 of 37

various types of dimensionless numbers i.e. Reynolds, froude's, euler's, veber's, mach's, momentum equation, free liquid jets, related problems. Orifice and mouthpieces: Introduction, classification of orifices, flow through an orifice, hydraulic co-efficients i.e. Cd, Cr, Cc etc, flow through large orifices, time of empting a tank through an orifice at it's bottom, related problems. Flow through pipes : Introduction, loss of energy in pipes, loss of energy due to friction, various head losses, hydraulic gradient and total energy line, flow through pipes in series and parallel, flow through round pipes, pipe network, related problems Flow in open channel : Introduction, classification of flow in channels, discharge through open channels by chezy's formula, empirical formula, most economical section of channels, non-uniform flow through open channels, related problems. Laboratory Work: It shall consist of ten experiments based on above course. Textbooks: 1. Fluid mechanics - R. K. Bansal 2. Fluid mechanics - Ramamrutham 2CL311 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II [2 ­ 2 3]

Air Pollution - Sources and Effects: Definition and Limiting Concentration, Classification and Properties of Air Pollutants, Emission sources, Major Emission from Global Sources, Dispersion patterns and behaviour of Air Pollutants, Effect of Air Pollutants on Health, Vegetation and Construction Material. Air Pollution Laws and Standards. Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollutant Dispersion: Temperature Lapse, Rates and Stability, Plume Behaviour. Air pollution control systems: Control Methods, Source Correction Method. Classification of Air Pollution control devices. Particulate Emission Control: Gravitational Settling Chambers, Cyclone Separator, Fabric Filter, Electrostatic Precipitator, Wet Scrubbers, Selection of Particulate Collector. Gaseous Emission Control: Absorption by Liquids, Adsorption by Solids, Combustion. Radioactive Pollution and Control: Introduction, Types of radiation, Sources, Protection and Disposal. Maximum permissible doses. Solid Waste Management: Sources and classification of Solid Wastes, Solid Waste Management: Elements of solid waste management as collection, transportation, processing for recovery and final disposal. Methods of collection, processing & recovery, method of Disposal. Sludge Management: Sources of sludge, quantity and property, necessity of sludge treatment. Sludge Concentration, methods of sludge treatment and disposal. Noise Pollution: Introduction, Effect of Noise, Measurement of noise, Noise control criteria, Noise control at source and personal protection. Environmental Legislation in India: Indian constitution and Environment, Regulatory authorities in India and their scope and powers, Important Environmental Acts in India. Environmental planning: Urban areas and Industrial areas, Environmental Impact Assessment of major civil engineering projects. Laboratory Project Work: It shall consist of analysis and design of pollution treatment facility along with some industry / project work. Text Books 1. Air Pollution: M. N. Rao and H. V. N. Rao 2. Water supply and sanitary engineering - G. S. Birdie & J. S. Birdie 3. Environmental Engineering (Vol I & II) - Santosh Kumar Garg

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2CL312 TRANSPORT ENGINEERING­ II

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Pavement Materials & Characterization : Introduction, soil, stone aggregates, bituminous material, bituminous mixes & its various tests, cement, cement concrete, stabilized soil and other cemented material, related problems. Pavement Analysis : Pavement composition, parameters for pavement analysis, analysis of bituminous pavement structures, analysis of concrete pavement structures. Pavement Design: Introduction, design parameters, philosophies of design, present trends in bituminous pavement design, present trend in concrete pavement design, drainage considerations in pavement design, other design concepts. Traffic Engineering: Introduction, Traffic Survey, Traffic Characteristics, Traffic operations, design of intersection, design of parking facilities, Highway lighting and sign, traffic planning and administrations. Highway Maintenance: Pavement failures, maintenance of highways, pavement evaluation, strengthening of existing pavements. Highway Drainage: Importance of highway drainage, surface and subsurface drainage, erosion control, road construction in water logged-areas. Hill Roads: General considerations, alignment of hill roads, geometrics of hill roads, design and construction of hill roads, drainage in hill roads, maintenance in hill roads. Road Side Development: Environment factors in planning and development of highways, roadside development and arboriculture, planning plantation of trees, species and their selection. Highway Economics And Finance: Highway user benefits, highway costs, economic analysis, highway finance. Railway Engineering: Railway Track ­ Permanent Way : Introduction, components of permanent way, requirements, cross-section of railway track. Railway Track & Track Laying : Ballast & its functions, different types, advt. & disadvt. of different types of ballast, various methods of ballast packing, its cross-section, sleepers its functions & requirements, types of sleepers, treatment to sleepers, coning of wheels, buckling of rails, rail joints, rail fastenings and fixtures, rail road construction, related problems. Geometric Design Of The Track, Track Alignment, Curves, Super Elvevation, Cant Defeciency And Cant Excess, Extra Clearance, Vertical Curves And Examples. Maintenance Of Track Points and Crossings : Necessity, turnouts, switches & its components, head block, types of crossings, types of track junctions. Laboratory Project Work: It shall consist of Twelve experiments and project based on above course. Textbooks: 20 of 37

1. Highway Engineering - Khanna & Justo. 2. Railway Engineering - Arora & Saxena 2CL313 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE [4 ­ 2 5]

Tendering: Tender, types of tender (open, limited, Negotiated, global, local), pre-qualification and post-qualification of contractors, Tender documents, preparation of tender, opening of tender, mode of submission of tender, Method of tender scrutiny Contracts: Definition, Elements of contract (valid contract), Forms of contract, Termination of contract, Labour contracts, Negotiated contract, Earnest money and Security deposit, Conditions of Contract: Clauses of conditions of contract, outlines, General & special conditions of contracts, liquidated damages, contract disputes & settlements, contract documents, labour law and other acts applicable to construction, Arbitration: Meaning, purpose, types of arbitration (sole, umpire, joint), power & scope of arbitration, arbitration process, Professional ethics in Civil Engineering Specification: Definition, object, Importance, use, types of specification (Brief & Detailed), General and special specification, specification for material, specification for workmanship, design of specification, principles of specification, Estimation: estimating, methods, types and detailing, unit rates, construction cost index, approximate method of estimating, block estimates, and building economics. Finding Out Quantity : Data required for working drawings, Methods of finding out quantities, Identify the items of work, Units of measurements and quantity, General rules for measurements & quantity, taking out quantities for typical Civil Engineering structures. Use of computer for finding out quantity & billing. Rate Analysis: purpose, factors affecting rate analysis, Requirements for rate analysis, Methods of preparing rate analysis, schedules of rate Valuation : Concept of cost, price, value, purpose of valuation, different forms of value, Free hold and lease hold property, valuation for land and buildings, Factors & methods of valuation of properties, valuation tables, depreciation, causes of depreciation, methods for estimating cost depreciation, rent: Object, meaning and forms of rent, methods of ascertaining standard rent, easement :Definition, characteristics, creation of easements, Extinguishments of easements, effect on valuation, land ceiling & acquisition acts, Transfer of property Act, mortgage of property. Laboratory Work: It shall consist of problems along with specification, rate analysis and valuation based on above syllabus. Textbooks: 1. Estimating & costing in Civil Engineering - B.N.Dutta 2. Theory and practice of real valuation - R.H.Nanavati 3. Civil Engineering Contracts - B.S. Patil 2CL314 WORKS VISIT [- - - - ]

Works visit will be organized in different courses by inviting expert to deliver a lecture on the construction activities on site and then taking the students actually on site. They will also prepare a report of the project and construction activities observed during the visit including salient features of project like construction methodology, materials, equipments and monitoring of project

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B.TECH. SEMESTER VII CIVIL ENGG. 2CL401 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT [ 3 ­ 2 4]

Introduction / Construction as Industry: Need for scientific management of project, special aspect of construction industry, scope of the industry, special characteristics of construction industries, general concepts engineering economy in construction project Construction Planning: Necessity, construction stages, choice and project life cycle, planning technique and their merits and demerits. Network: AOA & AOL presentation, single and technique, bar chart. Resource Scheduling: Material, manpower, machinery and energy, single resource single project, multiple resource -single project problem. Material Management: Scope of material management, importance of material management, object, common building material, stages of material management, register or reputed suppliers and manufacturers, quantities, phasing the supply schedule, determining the priorities, initiating purchase formalities, placing of orders, inspection, acceptance & issue, monitoring, purchase and supply, site engineer as material engineer, storage of material, inventory control need, function, essential steps, advantages, inventory built up, Economic ordering, quantity, procurement cost, inventory carrying cost, spare part management & planning, factors governing. Management of Construction Plants and Equipment: Equipment planning, extent of mechanism, forecasting equipment, Cost benefit, optimum utilization, inventory of parts, Selection & Maintenance of Equipment: Factors affecting selection: efficiency, power consumption, etc., Hire-purchase owning, operating costs, Economic life, safety etc. Sources of equipment, replacement & repair. Construction Site Management: Organization structure at the construction site, roles and responsibilities of site personnel, job site layout. over lapping relationship, preparing of management, Engineer as manager,

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Quality Control in Construction: Important aspects of quality control, methods, quality control manuals, ISO 9000 and other registrations. Safety in Construction and Insurance: Safety and health codes, meaning of safety measure, preventive measures, safety precautions, safety education and training, safety officer, safety through legislation, first-aid. Construction labour laws: trade union act, labour welfare act, payment of wage act, minimum wage act, workmen' s compensation act, contract labour act Use of Appropriate Technology condition in & other Construction: sophisticated

Choice of technology, foreign & Indian Technology, Technologies.

Research and Development in Construction: Scope for research & development in construction, Intensive research and development efforts, common problems, Innovation in high-rise building, Code of ethics in construction Laboratory Work: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on above syllabus. Textbooks: 1. Construction Project Management ­ Chitkara 2. Construction planning and management - Gahlot & Dhir 3. Construction planning, equipment & methods - R.L.Peurifoy 2CL309 FOUNDATION ENGINEERING [3 ­ 2 4]

Soil Investigations: Methods of exploration, exploratory borings, sampling methods, disturbed and undisturbed samples, penetration tests, miscellaneous methods of exploration, record of field exploration and laboratory tests, soil investigation reports, testing in rocky strata, plate load test. Types of Foundation : Shallow foundation - isolated footing, combined footing, strap footing, strip footing, raft foundation, Deep foundation - well foundation, pile foundation, floating foundations; factors affecting choice of foundation, Design of Foundation : Design of shallow foundation - isolated, combined, raft foundation and deep foundation pile and well foundation, foundation subjected to lateral loads Bearing Capacity of Foundation: Bearing capacity of shallow and deep foundations based on shear and settlement criteria, bearing capacity in sandy and clayey strata, factors affecting soil bearing capacity, bearing capacity from penetration tests, bearing capacity of rock. 23 of 37

Consolidation of soils: Consolidation, compressibility of soils, settlement analysis, Terzaghi's one-dimensional consolidation theory, settlement characteristics of clay & its evaluation. Settlement of Foundation : Causes of settlement, settlement on sandy strata, clayey strata, layered soil, factors affecting settlement, control of settlement. Earth Pressure and Retaining Structures : Active and passive earth pressure due to cohesive soil, noncohesive soil, submerged soil, level and inclined backfill, Rankine's theory, Coulomb's theory, pressure calculations for retaining walls, design of sheet piling. Stability of Slopes : Stability of slope in cohesive and noncohesive soils, factor of safety, methods for analysis of stability of slopes. Ground Improvement Techniques : Drainage, dewatering , grouting, compaction, stabilization of soils, Lime and Cement stabilization, use of Geosynthetics, vibroflotation, sand pile, reinforced earth structure, rock anchors etc. Introduction to Machine foundation Introduction to advances in Geotechnical engineering Laboratory Work: It shall consist of eight experiments based on above course. TEXTBOOKS: 1. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg., -Dr A R Arora 2. A text book of soil mechanics - Shamsher Prakash & Bharat Singh 3. Foundation Engineering ­ Peck Hensen, Thornburn 2CL405 DESIGN OF STRUCTURES - III [3 - 2 4]

Steel Structures: Connections: stiffened and unstiffened, moment and shear resisting structural connections, design of roof trusses: various types of trusses and their selection in industrial structures, effect of wind and earthquake loads and structural detailing, design of beam- column. design of cantilever shed, plate girder, industrial building, including gantry girder, foot over bridge Introduction of Plastic Methods: Elementary plastic theory of bending, moment curvature relationship, plastic hinges, plastic moment of resistance, shape factor, load factor, plastic analysis of continuous beam Introduction to other metal structures ­ aluminum and stainless steel structures. Masonry Structures: Design of brick walls, effective thickness, wall under concentrated, uniformly distributed loads Laboratory Work: It shall consist of minimum five designs including detailed drawings, based on above syllabus. Textbooks: 1 Limit State Design of Steel Structures ­ Shah and Gore 2 Design of Steel Structures ­ N. Subramanian 24 of 37

3 Structural Design and Drawings ­ N. Krishna Raju 4 Masonry and Timber Structures including Earthquake resistant Design by A. S. Arya IS:800,SP:20, IS:1905, IS 875 LIST OF ELECTIVES 2CL413 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL MECHANICS [3 1 - 4]

Direct Stiffness method of Analysis: Stiffness matrix and load vector derivation for various structures like beam, truss, frame and grid, rotation transformation of axis, secondary effects like temperature change, support settlement etc. Introduction of Finite Element Method: Fundamental of finite element analysis, applications of finite element method, basic formulation, derivation of element properties for bar and beam element Plastic methods: Collapse load, collapse mechanism, equilibrium and yield conditions, Plastic analysis of beams and frames, elastic-plastic analysis. Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks: 1. Matrix Analysis of framed structures - Gere and Weaver 2. Fundamentals of Limit analysis of structures - V. K. Manika Selvam 3. Introduction of Finite Element Method -Chadrapatla and Belegundu 2CL423 REINFORCED EARTH AND GEOSYNTHETICS [3 1 - 4]

Basic introduction to the elements of ground engineering characteristics of reinforcing materials, definition and advantage of RE, soil reinforcement interaction, behaviour of reinforced earth walls, basis of wall design, the coulomb force method, the Rankine force methods, internal and external stability condition, field application of RE, randomly reinforced earth and analysis of reinforced soils, testing of soil reinforcements. Definitions, functions, properties, design and applications of geosynthetics, testing and evaluation of geosynthetics, ageing, weathering and durability aspects of geosynthetics Geosynthetics in Pavements: Geosynthetics in roads and railways: separations, drainage and filtering in road pavements and railway tracks; overlay design and construction; AASHTO and other relevant guidelines, trench drains.

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Geosynthetics in Environmental Control: Liners for ponds and canals; covers and liners for landfills - material aspects and stability considerations; landslides - occurrences and methods of mitigation; erosion - causes and techniques for control Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. TEXTBOOKS 1. Reinforced soil and geo-textiles-J.N.mandal. 2. Geosynthetics and their applications-S.K.Shukla 3. International Conference in-situ soil and rock reinforcement, Paris, Oct. 1984. 2CL433 ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS [3 1 - 4]

Flow around submerged bodies and boundary layer theory: forces due to fluid flow-viscous drag, pressure drag and lift, boundary layer theory, laminar and turbulent, thickness, displacement thickness, momentum thickness, boundary layer equation, momentum equation for laminar boundary layer on flat plate, turbulent and transitional boundary layer over flat plate, boundary layer separation and its control, stream lined bodies, drag and lift for flow around cylinder, sphere and flat plate, free fall of a body through fluid Dimensional and model analysis: Physical quantities and their dimensions, dimensional homogeneity, Rayleigh's method, Buckingham's II theorem method, utility of model analysis, hydraulic similitude, model laws, scale effect ship-model testing, distorted models. Steady non uniform flow, flow through open channels, gradually varied flow- differential equation, free surface profiles, backwater and draw-down curves, length of G.W. flow. Rapidly varied flow- hydraulic jump in rectangular channels, sequential depths, loss of energy, transient flow, surges in open channels. Pipe Flow:- Pipe line with pump/turbine, pipe network, water hammer in pipes-its effects, rigid water columns theory, elastic water column theory- sequence of events, pressure water and its velocity, surge tank, uses and types. Impact of jets on vanes- Stationary and moving, flat and curves, flow over radial vane, applications, compressible fluid continuity, momentum and energy equations, isothermal and adiabatic process, velocity of pressure wave, Mach number Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 3. Fluid mechanics - R. K. Bansal 4. Fluid mechanics ­ Ramamrutham 5. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines ­ D. Kumar 2CL443 DOCKS, HARBOUR AND AIRPORT ENGINEERING [3 1 - 4]

Elements of Harbour: Water transportation, harbours, artificial, natural and semi-natural, natural and artificial road steads, accessibility, size and shape of harbours, harbour depth, Features of a harbour, defects in harbour, Ports: classification, design and requirements of a 26 of 37

good port. Break Waters: Breakwaters, alignment, forces acting, classification of breakwaters, breakwater height and failures, comparison of mound type and wall type breakwaters. Docks: General, Open berths, approaches to basins and docks, depth of docks and basins, location and internal arrangement, design and construction of basin or dock walls, dock entrances, sizes of dock entrances, wet docks, dry docks. Berthing Structures: Jetties, Piers, Wharves, Quays and its construction. Navigational Aids: Lighthouse, buoys, anchors, moorings. Transit Sheds & Warehouses: planning, design and specific requirements. Terminal Area and Airport Layout: Terminal area, building, vehicular circulation and parking area, apron, hanger, blast considerations. Airport Capacity and Configuration: Airport capacity, runway capacity, gate capacity, taxiway capacity. Design of Airport Elements: Runway design, runway intersection design, taxiway design Visual Aids at Airport: Introduction, airport markings, airport lighting Air Traffic Control: Need for air traffic control, air traffic control network, air traffic control aids Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Docks and Harbour Engineering - Oza & Oza 2. Airport Planning and Design - Khanna, Arora, Jain 3. Airport Systems Planning Richard De Neufville 2CL453 AIR POLLUTION ENGINEERING AND LEGISLATION Introduction: Sources and classification of air pollutants Air Pollutant Sampling: Classification of sampling methods, basic considerations, general instrumentation and instrumentation for gaseous and atmospheric sampling. Sampling Procedures and Methodology: Duration and location of sampling ­ factors to be considered, sampling methods sedimentation, filtration, impingement, electrostatic precipitation, thermal precipitation, centrifugal methods, Arrangement of sampling and instrumentation (High volume air sampler). Sampling for particulate matter, sampling for stack emission. Analytical Methods for Pollutant estimation, classification of various methods of analysis, advanced instrumentation (electronic sensor based) and equipments. [3 1 - 4]

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Industrial Air Pollution and Control: Air Pollution from major industrial operations and methods for particulate and gaseous emission control. Air Pollution Legislation: Important air pollution acts and rules, air pollution indices and standard norms. Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Air Pollution: -M. N. Rao and H. V. N. Rao 2. Environmental Engineering-A Design Approach - Arcadio P. Sincero 3. Basic Environmental Technology - Jerry A. Nathson 2CL463 GEOMATICS [3 1 - 4]

Part 1: Remote sensing Definition, historical perspective, concept of signatures, sensors and satellites, electromagnetic radiation, spatial and spectral resolution, digital image format, visual image analysis, histogram, image enhancement, digital image classification, application of remote sensing for geological and soil mapping, water resources, environmental assessment. Part II: GPS- satellite surveying Geodetic reference system, concept of terrestrial reference system, types of datum, concept of mapping system (UTM, Transverse, Lambert), GPS principles, types of survey, satellite systems, pseudo range and carrier phase observable, correction, data processing, use of GPS survey. Part III: GIS Definition, history, information system, GIS and geography, spatial mapping, components of GIS, digital representation, raster and vector formats, digitization of maps, projection and coordinates, map projections and datum transformation, data input and storage, data output analysis, DEM, spatial analysis and applications of GIS Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Environmental modeling with GIS and remote sensing - A. Skidmore 2. Remote sensing and image interpretation-Lillesand, Kiefer 3. An introduction to GIS - Heywood, Carver 2CL473 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY [3 1 - 4]

Construction of Retaining Wall and Storage Structures, retaining walls, water tanks, storage bins Waterfront Constructions: Gravity and earthen dams, canals, cofferdams. Bridge Construction: Superstructures - construction and erection techniques, pre-stressing techniques. Underground Construction: Tunneling: cross-section, various methods of tunneling for hard Rock and soft rock, safety in construction below ground, lining of tunnels, ventilators, ground water control, box pushing technique, pipe laying techniques 28 of 37

Road construction and overlay construction: Joints in concrete pavements Large Span Construction: Construction of shell roof, folded plate roof, tee beam etc. Tall Structures: Chimneys, high rises buildings, cooling towers, transmission line towers and telecommunication towers. Modular Construction: Principles & techniques. Fabrication and Erection of Steel Elements: Steel Structures, working details of fabrication, drawings, and erection technique and safety code. Prefab & Precast Construction: Methods of prefabrication & precasting, lifting of elements & jointing, Safety in prefab precast constructions. Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Building Construction Handbook R. Chudley & R. Greeno 2. Building construction & Technology Vol. I to IV - W. B. Mckay 3. Concrete bridge practice, construction, Maintenance and rehabilitation -V.K. Raina 2CL493 NUMERICAL METHODS [3 1 - 4]

Number systems and errors, computational methods for estimating round-off errors, Interpolation by polynomials, Solution of non-linear equations, iterative methods, System of linear equations, direct and iterative methods, Solution of Eigen value problems Uniform and least square approximation by polynomials, Numerical differentiation and integration, Introduction to numerical solution of initial and boundary value problems Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Numerical Methods - E. Balagurusami 2. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis S. S. Sastry,

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2CL4103 MASONRY STRUCTURES

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Materials for Masonry, Masonry properties, Theory of Masonry failure, Masonry in shear, flexure and biaxial stress, General considerations, Structural and non-structural masonry, Lintels, Codal provisions Design consideration for un-reinforced structural masonry, Structural systems with emphasis on lateral force analysis of masonry structures and their connections. Analysis and design of reinforced masonry members Provisions for seismic resistance, Seismic strengthening Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus.

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Textbooks: 1. A introduction to load bearing Brick Masonry Design -A W Hendry, B P Sinha, 2. Design of Reinforced Masonry StructuresTaly 3. Structural Masonry - A W Hendry 4. Masonry and Timber Structures including Earthquake resistant Design - A. S. Arya 5. Brick and Reinforced Brick structures - P. Dayaratnam IS 1905, IS 1893, IS 4326 2CL4113 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE [3 1 - 4]

Materials of Prestressed concrete, Load balancing concept, losses in Prestress, short term and long term deflection of beams Flexural and shear strength of beam as per IS 1343 End block design of Post tensioned beam Limit state analysis and design of members for bending, shear and torsion, Determination of cable profile Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Prestressed Concrete - N. Krishna Raju 2. Prestressed Concrete structures -P. Dayaratnam 3. Prestressed Concrete -Mallick and Gupta 2CL4123 EARTHQUAKE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING [3 1 - 4]

Introduction, Seismic Risks and seismic hazards, cause and strength of earthquake, social and economic consequences, Theory of dynamics and seismic response, The nature and attenuation of ground motion. Determination of site characteristics, local geology and soil condition, site investigation and soil test Determination of design earthquake response spectra and accelerograms as design earthquake, criteria for earthquake resistant design. Site response to earthquake, liquefaction of saturated cohesionless soils, seismic response of soil structure system, shallow foundation, pile foundation, foundation in liquefiable ground. Aseismic design of earth retaining structures Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. TEXTBOOKS 1. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering - Steven L. Kramer. 2. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Handbook - Robert W. Way. 30 of 37

2CL4133 HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES 4] Introduction: Definition and function of hydraulic structures, importance and selection

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Part I : Dam Engineering Introduction, embankment dams types, concrete dam types and characteristics, site assessment and selection of types of dam, loads on dams. Embankment dam engineering, principles of embankment dam design, design features, seepage analysis, stability analysis, stress analysis hydraulic fractioning and cracking, seismicity load analysis, settlement and deformation analysis, small embankment and flood banks. Concrete dam engineering, concept of loads, water loads, seepage and self weight load, secondary loads, load combinations, gravity dam analysis, over turning stability analysis, stress analysis, permissible stress and cracking, finite element analysis for gravity profile, buttress dam analysis, arch dam analysis, consumption planning and execution. Dam outlet works: Sedimentation in reservoirs, spillway design, side channel spillway, siphon spillway, energy dissipation on spillways, stilling basins, design of gates and valves, instrumentation and surveillance for dam safety. Part ­ II River Engineering Introduction, principles of open channel flow, sediment transport, flow measuring structures, back protection. Canal load works, selection of site, composites of bead works, weir on permeable foundation, pressure distribution analysis, weir width and scour depths designs, design fish passes Gross drainage works, main types, selection of site, adequate types, design principles, design problems Models in Hydraulic engineering, structural models, modeling dams, embankment Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. TEXTBOOKS 1. Irrigation Engineering & Hydraulic structures -Sahasrabudhe 2. Water Resources Engineering : Principles & Practices - C.S. Murthy 3. Irrigation engineering -Leliavsky Serge 2CL4143 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING [3 1 - 4]

Traffic Management: Introduction, travel demand management, traffic management, highway capacity. Traffic Controls: Importance, road markings, traffic signals, miscellaneous traffic control aids and street furniture. Traffic regulation: Principles of regulation, regulation of speed, speed studies, vehicles, driver, traffic, general rules concerning traffic, parking regulations 31 of 37

Traffic Safety: Road accidents, accident situation in India, International comparison of road accidents, statistical methods for analysis of accident data, road and its effect on accidents, safety of all the users of highway, parking and its influence on accidents, cost of accidents. Analysis and interpretations of traffic studies: Statistical methods of traffic engineering, traffic forecasting Transport Technology: Technological Characteristics of transport, Operational characteristics of transport. Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Traffic Engineering and Planning - L R Kadiyali 2. Introduction to transportation engineering - William Hay. 3. Highway Engineering and Traffic Planning - Subhash Saxena 2CL4153 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT AND LEGISLATION [3 1 - 4]

Introduction: Definition and meaning of hazardous waste. Categorization and sources of hazardous wastes. Health Hazards: Industrial Health hazards, Potential Threat to Human Health, Occupational health hazards. Hazardous Waste Management: Safe storage, Transportation, Treatment and Disposal of solid / hazardous matters. Legal Aspects of Hazardous Wastes: Guidelines for safe storage & disposal. Legal requirements with respect to handling, storage and disposal; application for operating facility for hazardous wastes and chemicals. Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Environmental Treatment Technologies for Hazardous and Medical Wastes -Subijoy Dutta 2. Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Rajiv K. Sinha, Sunil Herat 3. Hazardous Waste Incineration - Calvin R. Brunner 2CL4163 APPLICATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM IN CIVIL ENGINEERING [3 1 - 4] Business of GIS, representation and display of data, data modeling and spatial analysis, database structure and management, GIS data collectors and providers, geo-referencing and map registration, principles of map projection, map projections and datum transformation converting geo-references, creating datasets by manual input, database system and management, visualization of continuous surfaces, scale and level of geographical details, digital terrain modeling, interpolation of surfaces, DEM, deriving surface topology and drainage network, GIS software, spatial analysis and applications, Future of GIS, GIS applications in disaster management, hydrology and water resources, land use and land administration, urban and regional planning, environmental monitoring and assessment, construction technology 32 of 37

Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Environmental modeling with GIS and remote sensing - Skidmore. 2. Geographical Information System Burroug, McDonnell 3. GIS and environmental modeling - Clarke, Parks, Crane. 2CL4173 ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT [3 ­ 2 4]

Principles of Management: History of the development of management thought, concept and scope of management, management functions and process planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling and evaluating, marketing process and strategies relevant to construction Industries. Project Planning: Project identification, project preparation, feasibility study, project formulation and appraisal, negotiation, project approval, detailed project planning, project implementation, project monitoring and control, project evaluation. Organizational Structure: Function of head, regional office and project management, function of unit, financial control, personal and administration planning and responsibility assignment matrix, vigilance, organization as resource. Accounting, Financial Management & analysis: Definitions, functions of finance design,

manager, Finance as resource, Important function, financial control, functions, financial management for export contract, project cost analysis, Accounting: Introduction to managerial accounting, Role and Scope of management account, Accounting concept & principles, Under standing of financial statements, balance sheet, profit and loss account, preparation of financial statement, analysis of cash flow statement, cost account(direct and indirect cost), fixed and variable cost, unit costing, job costing, cost allocation, Accounting for labour, material & over head cost. Financial Analysis: Definition, Importance, CVP analysis, factors, purpose, profitability ratio and others, financial leverage, liquidity ratio, cost-benefit ratio, financial verses economical analysis, finance for investment in real Personnel Management: Special characteristics, man power planning, recruitment, placement, training and induction, motivation, performance appraisal, industrial relation, aspect of administration, public relation, and welfare measures.

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Project Cost Management: Classification of cost, cost estimation, cost planning process, cost budgeting process, cost controlling process, earned value management Project Risk Management: Introduction, risk management strategies, identification, assessment methodology, response plan development, role of project manager in managing risk. Project Information, Monitoring & Control: Management Information system (MIS), Need of MIS, Nature of MIS, Management by exception, Financial return, company reports, use of computer, speed of communication, Schedule & budget, cash flow planning, updating, forecasting for activity, cost control, time control, delay in construction, reasons & remedies. Introduction to Project Management Softwares and Enterprise resource planning concept Laboratory Work: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks: 1. 2. 3. 4. Construction planning and management Construction planning, equipment & methods Project management for construction Project management Handbook P.S.Gahlot R.L.Peurifoy Chris Mentrickson Uddesh Kohli & K K & B.M.Dhir

Chitkara 2CL4193 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES [3 1 - 4]

Mathematical foundation, Linear optimization, Simplex method, revised Simplex method, duality and sensitivity Unconstrained optimization of function of several variables, classical techniques, numerical methods for unconstrained optimization Constrained optimization of function of several variables, Lagrange's multiplier, Khun-Tucker theory, numerical methods for unconstrained optimization Introduction of Genetic Algorithm for optimization Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Optimization theory & application S. S. Rao 34 of 37

2. Optimization Theory and Application 2CL4203 DESIGN OF WATER TANKS

- R L Fox [3 1 - 4]

Analysis and design of water tanks of different shapes including rectangular, circular, conical etc Steel Water Tanks: Design of pressed steel water tank, Design of staging and foundation. Concrete Water Tanks: Design of rectangular tanks, Circular tanks and intze tank, Design of shaft and trestles type Staging Analysis and design of foundation systems including raft foundation, pile foundation etc Detailing of water tank structures Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Advanced R.C. Design - Krishna Raju 2. Advanced Concrete Design - P C Vargheese 3. Calculation, Design and Testing of Reinforced Concrete - K L Rao IS: 3370 part I to IV, IS 1893, IS 875, IS 11682 2CL4213 EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN [3 1 - 4]

Introduction to Earthquakes, Causes of earthquakes and seismic waves, magnitude, intensity and energy release, plate tectonics, characteristics of earthquakes, types of earthquakes, basic terminology, attenuation of earthquakes, seismic zoning of India, seismic codes. Measures of earthquakes ground motion, seismic instruments, characteristics of ground motion, peak ground motion parameters. Introduction to multi-degree of freedom system of vibration, Damped vibration, Logarithmic decrement, Forced vibration, Resonance Earthquake resistant design of high rise and low rise buildings, Introduction to shear wall design, codal provisions. Earthquake resistant design for masonry structures Tutorial: It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on the above syllabus. Textbooks 1. Earthquake resistant design of structures 2. Dynamics of Structures - A. K. Chopra 3. Structural Dynamics - Mario Paz - Pankaj agrawal and Manish Shrikhande

IS CODES IS:456, IS:1893, IS:4326, IS:875, IS:13920, IS:4326 2CL4223 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES [3 1 - 4]

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Sustainable Development: Definition, global warming, urbanization across the globe, need for sustainable development. Green Buildings: Definition of Green Buildings, typical features of green buildings, benefits of Green Buildings, etc. Sustainable site selection and planning of buildings to maximize comfort, day lighting, ventilation, planning for storm water drainage, etc. Environmentally friendly building materials and technologies : Natural Materials like bamboo, timber, rammed earth, stabilized mud blocks, hollow blocks, lime & lime-pozzolana cements, materials from agro and industrial waste, ferro-cement and ferro-concrete, alternative roofing systems, various paints reducing the heat gain of the building, etc. Energy conservation : Need for energy conservation, various forms of energy used in buildings, embodied energy of materials, energy used in transportation and construction processes, energy efficient lighting, Ventilation and air quality requirement, various techniques for passive cooling, garden roofs, case studies for passive cooling and thermal comfort Use of renewable energy resources: Wind and Solar Energy Harvesting, potential of solar energy in India and world, construction and operation of various solar appliances, success case studies of fully solar energy based buildings in India. Water conservation techniques: Water resources and water requirement, tips for water conservation and efficient planning of plumbing/fixtures for water conservation, rain water harvesting techniques, case studies of building integrated rooftop rainwater harvesting system. Wastewater Treatment Techniques: Introduction to wastewater quality, concepts of wastewater treatment, treatment and recycling of wastewater, Advances in water treatment techniques, case studies of decentralized wastewater treatment techniques. Solid Waste Management: Introduction solid waste, characterization of solid waste, solid waste management technology ­ vermin-composting, etc. Green Building Rating Systems: Introduction to Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED), Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment (TERI-GRIHA). Building automation and building management systems Text books: 1. Alternative building materials and technologies by K.S. Jagadish, B.V. Venkatarama Reddy and K.S. Nanjunda Rao 2. Non-conventional energy resources by G. D. Rai, Khanna Publishers 2CL4233 MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES [3 1 - 4]

Maintenance of Structures: Buildings, R.C.C. and steel Highway and Railway Bridges, pavements, over head and underground tanks, Monitoring of structures Durability & Compatibility of Concrete: Microstructure of Concrete, Physical and Chemical causes of distress in concrete, Corrosion in Concrete, Cracks in Structures Assessment of Distress: Destructive, Semi-destructive & non-destructive methods of testing i.e. Core test, carbonation test, rebound hammer, UPV test, cover meter, Half-cell Potentiometer test, Resistivity meter test 36 of 37

Repair Material & Techniques: Grouts, Epoxies, Polymers, Quick setting/hardening concrete & mortars, Grouting and Guniting, Underpinning Strengthening and Retrofitting: Strengthening and retrofitting of columns, beams, walls, footings etc. for masonry and concrete structures, Evaluation of repaired structures Design and Construction Failures: Meaning, Causes, How to avoid failures, Investigation of failures, Forensic engineering Text books: 1. Testing of Concrete in Structures 4th Edition by J H Bungey, S G Millard and M G Grantham 2. Concrete Microstructure, Properties and Materials by P K Mehta and PJM Monteiro 3. Handbook on Repair and Rehabilitation of RCC Buildings CPWD, India 4. Concrete: Repair and Maintenance Illustrated, Problem Analysis, Repair strategy and Techniques by Peter Emmons and Gajanan Sabnis 5. Construction Failure by Jacob Feld and Kennith Harper 2CL4243 DISASTER MANAGEMENT [3 1 - 4]

Introduction, Concept of Disaster Management (DM), Disasters and Development, Importance and significance of DM, Hazards, Climate Change and DM, DM Institutional Framework, Risks and Vulnerability, Risk Analysis, Disaster Risk Modelling, DM Phases, Mitigation, Preparedness, Prevention, Response, Relief and Recovery, Humanitarian Assistance, Damage and Loss Assessment, Community Based Disaster Management (CBDM), Community Health and Safety, Early Warning and Disaster Monitoring, Disaster Communication, Incident Command System, Disaster Management Plan, Role of GIS and RS in Disaster Management, Techno-Legal Regime, DM Programmes and Practices and Case Studies. Tutorial It shall consist of minimum five assignments based on above syllabus. Text books: 1. Introduction to Disaster Management by Satish Modh 2. Disaster Relief: Rehabilitation and Emergency Humanitarian Assistance by Prabhas C.Sinha 3. Earthquake Protection by Andrew Coburn and Robin Spence 2CL404 CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT [- - 4 4]

The project will be of multifaceted nature based on fundamental knowledge of various civil engineering areas like structural analysis and design, computer applications, construction methods, materials, environmental engineering, water resources, foundation engineering, transportation engineering, town planning, remote sensing & GIS application. The student will design a project of specific field of civil engineering in all respect i.e. planning, layout, structural analysis, design, bill of quantity, estimate and detailed drawings for the same. Student will work for 4 weeks intensively in summer followed by work during regular semester. Student is required to submit the project report at the end of civil engineering project.

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2CL407 PRACTICAL TRAINING

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Civil engineering project designed and executed by professionals be chosen for practical training of 18 weeks duration. The student is required to study in details profile of the company, information of the project, various stages of construction of the project with reference to materials and its management, tools and equipment, temporary structures required, methods employed, labour requirement and their productivity, method of measurement and billing, safety, quality checks required, scheduling and alternative of each item of execution with cost comparison. The final report to be submitted by the student shall comprise of the details of the project, observations, important aspects, working difficulties encountered, remedy during execution, and will be submitted immediately after training.

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