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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 301 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): July 09 6323

RATIONALE The underground working is devoid of the natural air. As such to make the working places safe for the persons to work and pass it is necessary to circulate the air artificially through the mine working. A mining engineer must know the principles of how the flow of air can be created, regulated, controlled and monitored. They must also know the effect of the heat and humidity, condition and means of measuring and controlling the same. Number of mine gases is produced in the mine, which has got dangerous and toxic properties. The mining engineer should have knowledge of source of these gases their measurement detection and dealing with these aspects of knowledge essential for mining engineer. After undergoing the course of study the student shall be able to 1. Take measurement of quantity of air, pressure, humidity and cooling power of the mine air, and take corrective action if these do not meet the desired standards. 2. Detect the presence of inflammable and toxic/noxious gases in the mine and take precautions to remove the same and make the working places safe. 3. Provide and maintain ventilation appliances in their districts so as to ensure compliance with standards of ventilation prescribed. 4. Generally appreciate the ventilation system of a mine as a whole and importance of maintaining safe and comfortable working conditions inside the mine.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 301 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Jul.09 6323

Lectures: 5 Hrs. per week

SCHEME OF STUDIES

S.No. TOPICS THEORY (HRS.) 15 15 10 10 10 15 75

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MINE AIR MINE CLIMATE NATURAL VENTILATION ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION DISTRIBUTION & COURSING OF AIR IN MINES

VENTILATION SURVEY TOTAL

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 301 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Lectures: 5 Hrs. per week July 09 6323

CONTENT DETAILS

S.No. 01. MINE AIR 1.1 Different Gases / Damps found in mines, Definition of damps, their threshold limits, physiological effects, source of production and detection, Degree of gassiness of seam. 1.2 Flame safety lamps, its principle, construction, safety features, and comparison. Detection of Methane by flame safety lamp, 1.3 MSA Methanometer its principle of working, construction. Principle of other method of detection of methane. 1.4 Oxymeter, Toximeter & multigas detector : their priciple of working. MINE CLIMATE 2.1 Purpose and standards of ventilation, standards for minimum & maximum velocity of air for different locations. 2.2 Pressure, ventilating pressure, waterguage. 2.3 Temperature, sources of heat in mines. 2.4 Moisture content of mine air, relative humidity, wet bulb temperature, measurement of relative humidity. 2.5 Cooling power of mine air, determination of cooling power, methods of improving cooling power of mine air, effect of heat and humidity on miners. NATURAL VENTILATION 3.1 Natural ventilation Pressure, geothermic gradient, Factors causing NVP, Effect of seasonal changes on direction of Natural ventilation, limitation of Natural ventilation. 3.2 Motive column, calculation of natural ventilation pressure. ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION 4.1 Different types of fans used in mines: centrifugal & axial flow, their principle of working, Exhaust & forcing type. Purposes of evasee & volute casing. Reversal of air current, and characteristics curves of fans. Fans in series and parallel, 4.2 Comparison between axial flow & Centrifugal fan, exhaust & forcing Fan. 4.3 Fan laws, Manometric efficiency, overall efficiency, theoretical depression produced by fan. 4.4 Numerical problems on fan laws. Course Contents Hrs of Study 15

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 301 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): 05. DISTRIBUTION & COURSING OF AIR IN MINES 5.1 Laws of air flow in Mines, Atkinson's formula, splitting, advantages & disadvantages, Numerical problems on splitting, equivalent orifice. Numerical problems on equivalent orifice.

5.2 Ventilation appliances, Auxiliary ventilation: Different methods, advantages & disadvantages, hazards associated with auxiliary ventilation, precautions required.

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5.3 Booster fan: purpose, location of booster fan. Numerical problems on booster fan. 5.4 Ascensional and Descensional ventilation, Advantages and disadvantages. VENTILATION SURVEY 6.1 Scope and importance of ventilation survey, survey interval and location of survey station, ventilation plan. 6.2 Measurement of quantity & pressure difference, anemometer, pitot static tube, Manometer. Conduct of pressure & quantity survey.

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 301 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Practical: 2 Hrs. per week Jul.09 6323

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

Name of Experiment 1- Demonstration of co-detector and measurement of carbon monoxide using Co-detector. 2- Demonstration of MSA Methanometer and measurement of methane using Methanometer. 3. Dismantling & assembling of different types of Flame safety lamps. 4. Detection of Methane using flame safety lamp. 5. Demonstration of whirling hygrometer and determination of relative humidity using whirling hygrometer. 6. Demonstration of Kata thermometer and determination of cooling power by Kata thermometer. 7. Demonstration of water gauge and measurement of fan water gauge. 8. Demonstration of centrifugal mine fan. 9. Demonstration of Reversal arrangement of centrifugal mine fan. 10. Demonstration of Axial flow fan. 11. Demonstration of various ventilation devices. 12. Demonstration of vane Anemometer and determination of quantity by Anemometer. 13. Demonstration of velometer and measurement of air velocity by velometer. 14. Demonstration of Inclined manometer and pitot static tube and determination of velocity pressure. 15. Demonstration of Gas Testing chamber. HRS OF PRACTICAL 30

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Elements of Mining Technology Vol II2.Mine Environment & Ventilation 3.Mine Ventilation Vol- I & II D.J. Deshmukh G.B. Mishra S. Ghatak

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MINE SURVEYING COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): SCHEME: PAPER CODE: Jul. 09 6324

RATIONALE

The important job functions of mine surveyor include the activities of detailed surveying, plotting of survey data and setting out works. It is therefore essential to give emphasis on the development of skills on using various survey instruments and their application in underground mines for preparation plans & sections of workings. In addition, for providing basic principles of surveying and levelling, it is necessary to arrange appropriate field exercises and small projects.

Upon successful completion of this unit, the trainee will be able to: 1. Acquire skills of using various survey instruments. 2. Develop skills of preparation of mine plan & section. 3. Understand and apply principles and method of survey to conduct subsidence survey. 4. Carryout and suggest the repairs needed to survey instruments. 5. Understand and apply various statutory provisions of regulation while preparing mine plan & section.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MINE SURVEYING COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): SCHEME: PAPER CODE: Jul.09 6324

Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week

SCHEME OF STUDIES

S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. LEVELLING TYPES OF LEVELLING CONTOURING SUBSIDANCE SURVEY DIP AND BOREHOLE PROBLEMS THEODOLITE TOTAL TOPICS

THEORY (HRS.)

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MINE SURVEYING COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week SCHEME: PAPER CODE: Jul.09 6324

CONTENT DETAILS

S.No. 01

Course Contents

LEVELLING 1.1 Definitions of the terms used in Levelling. Concept of datum, Back sight, Foresight, stations, change point, height of instrument. Dumpy and tilling level Construction and temporary adjustments. Levelling staff, their types. balancing of back sight and Fore sight distances. Holding and Reading the staff, simple and differential levelling, and booking of readings, effect of curvature and refraction on leveling. 1.2 Reduction of levels by Collimation system and by Rise & fall system. arithmetic check, computation of missing readings. TYPES OF LEVELLING 2.1 Classification of levelling: Differential, Reciprocal, and Fly levelling, Profile levelling, cross sectioning. Plotting of a profile and cross section. 2.2 Difficulties in levelling, common mistakes in levelling. Permanent adjustments of Dumpy & auto level . CONTOURING 3.1 Introduction and concept, definitions, purpose, Characteristic of Contour line, contour interval, factors affecting contour interval, Horizontal equivalent. Methods of Locating contours. 3.2 Direct method, Indirect method. Interpolation of contours by estimation, arithmetical and by graphical method. Plotting of contour maps. Uses of contour map.

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MINE SURVEYING COMMON WITH PROGRAM : SCHEME: PAPER CODE: Jul.09 6324

04. SUBSIDANCE SURVEY Subsidence monitoring, data required for subsidence studies, parameters required during monitoring, layout of survey lines, survey stations, measurement techniques and Instrumentation, Measurement of displacement, slope and subsurface movement, frequency of subsidence measurement. 05. DIP ,STRIKE AND BOREHOLES PROBLEMS.

5.1 Definition of borehole surveying. 5.2 Purpose of borehole surveying.

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5.3 Definitions of dip, strike, true and apparent dip. 5.4 Relation between true dip, app. Dip and angle between them. 5.5 Numerical problems on dip, strike and borehole surveying. 6

THEODOLITE

6.1 Classification of theodolite, definitions and terms used in operating theodolite. 6 .2. Temporary adjustments of transit theodolite. Fundamental axes of theodolite . 6.3 Measurement of horizontal angles. i)General method. ii) Repetition method. iii) Reiteration method. 6.4 Measurement of vertical angle. 6.5. Use of theodolite for Prolonging a straight line, for lining in, Lay-off horizontal angle. 6.6. Sources of errors in theodolite work and their elimination. Permissible errors in mine surveying.

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MINE SURVEYING COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Name of Experiment SCHEME: PAPER CODE: Jul.09 6324

1. Demonstration of Dumpy level . 2. Carrying out, Temporary adjustments of dumpy level and conduct simple levelling, recording readings in levelling book and apply arithmetic check. 3. Differential levelling with Dumpy level- recording in level book, reduction of levels by both methods(H.I & Rise & Fall method) apply arithmetic check. 4. Fly levelling for carrying benchmark at a station at least 300 m away by Dumpy level. 5.Demonstration of auto level. 6. Levelling by using auto level. 7. Demonstration of theodolite, reading the vernier. 8. Measurement of horizontal angle by ordinary method. 9. Temporary adjustments of theodolite & measurement of horizontal angle by repetition method. 10. Measurement of horizontal angle by reiteration method.

HRS OF PRACTIC AL 60

REFERENCES 1. Surveying and leveling Vol. I & II T. P. Kanetkar & S. V. B.C. Punmia S.Ghatak Amarjit Aggarwal Kulkarni

2. Surveying & Levelling 3. Mine Surveying and levelling Vol I & II4. Surveying & Levelling -

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED GEOLOGY COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): RATIONALE Mining engineering the application of the knowledge of science and the other branches of engineering for the extraction of minerals and ores from the surface of the Earth or from underground. As such Geology becomes the First step of Mining Education. It is essential to know and identify minerals and ore, their mode of occurence in the earth crust and the formations and deposition of various rocks. As such the subject Applied Geology is introduced in the second year of the three year diploma course in Mining and Mine Surveying. The contents of the topics will cover basic aspects of Geology in Mining field. SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6325

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED GEOLOGY COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Lectures: 6Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6325

SCHEME OF STUDIES S.No. Topics Theory Hrs.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

General Geology Physical Geology Mineralogy. Petrology Structural Geology Fossils

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED GEOLOGY

COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):

SCHEME: PAPER CODE:

July 09 6325

Lectures: 6 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week

S.No. COURSE CONTENT 1. GENERAL GEOLOGY 1.1 Branches 1.2 Sub branches 1.2.1 Essential 1.2.2 Allied 1.3 Scope of geology 1.4 Origin of Earth- various hypothesis.

1.5 Age of earth - Various methods of age determinations, radioactive methods and their advantages.

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1.6 Interior of Earth crust, mantle and core. 1.7 Continental drift Isostacy. 2.

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 2.1 Erosion & weathering - Erosion, Transport and Deposition Vent facts, Pedestal

rocks, sand dunes, and loess. Weathering: Physical Weathering and chemical Weathering. Exfoliation and spheroidal weathering. 2.2 River & wind erosion- Erosion, transport and deposition, water falls, meanders, oxbow lakes, alluvial fans, flood plains, delta. Work of Wind: Erosion, Transport and Deposition Vent facts, Pedestal rocks, sand dunes, and loess. 2.3 Earth quake - seismographs, Earthquake waves, Classification of earthquakes, Elastic rebound theory, Richter scale of earthquake intensity, Distribution of Earthquakes. 2.4 Volcano. Types of volcanoes, volcanic products volcanic cones, Distribution of volcanoes.

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MINERALOGY

3.1 Definition, Physical Properties of minerals colour, Streak, Lustur, Hardness, Habit, Cleavage, Fracture. 3.2 Identification of common minerals Orthoclase, Plagioclase, Augite, Hornblende, Biotite, Muscovite, Olivine, Quartz Asbestos, Calcite, dolomite, corundum, Gypsum Talc.

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PETROLOGY

4.1 Rock cycle and characteristics of various Rock types Igneous Rocks ­ acid and basic rocks. Texture of Igneous rocksGlassy, vesicular, Porphyritic, Coarse Grained, medium grained, fine grained, and cryptocrystalline. Classification- Plutonic, Hypobyssal and Volcanic rocks. Tabular Classification

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Igneous bodies- Batholiths, Laccoliths, sill and dyke Lava flows, common Igneous rocks-granite, syenite, Gabbro, basalt, Trachyte and Rhyolite. Structure Classification, occurrence & uses.

4.2 Sedimentary Rocks - Definition, Classification-Mechanically formed, Organically formed and chemically formed rocks, Sedimentary Structures; Stratification, Lamination Graded bedding, Current bedding and ripple marks. Common sedimentary rocks-Conglomerate sandstone, Shale, minestone and breccias. 4.3 Metamorphic Rocks - Definition; Agents of Metamorphism- Heat, Uniform pressure, directed pressure. Chemically active fluids and gases. Structures and textures of metamorphic rocks-slaty, Schistose, Gneissose, and Granulose. Common metamorphic rocks-slaty Schist, Gneiss, Quartzite, and marble. 5.

STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

5.1 Strike & Dip 5.1.1 Apparent Dip 5.1.2 True Dip 5.2 Folds- Elements of Folds, anticline and syncline, limbs, axial plane, Axis of fold. Types of fold-symmetrical, Asymmetrical, Overturned, recumbent, Isoclinal, Plunging folds ,Anticlinorium, Synclinorium ,Open fold, close fold, Dome and Basin. 5.3 Faults- Fault Terminology, Fault-plane, Hade, Dip and strike, throw, Heave, Slip, Hanging wall and foot-wall. Classification of faults-normal and reverse faults, Dip fault, strike-fault and oblique-faults, High and low angle faults, parallel faults, step-faults, Graben, Horst, Radial faults, Peripheral faults. 5.4 Unconformity- Definition, Types-Angular unconformity, Disconformity, Nonconformity. 5.5 Joints and cleavages- Classification- Strike Joints, dip Joints oblique Joints, bedding Joints, master Joints, sheet Joints and Columnar Joints. 5.6 Outlier and Inlier.

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FOSSILS

Fossils: Definition, mode of occurrence, uses of fossils.

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED GEOLOGY Lectures: 6 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6325

SUGGESTED LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Identification of Minerals in sets. Colour Form Cleavage Fracture Luster Streak Moh's scale of hardness. 2. Identification of Minerals on the basis of physical properties in hand specimens. Asbestos, Augite, Biotite,Calcite, Corundum,Dolomite, Gypsum,Hornblende, Muscovite, Kaolinite, Orthoclase, Plagioclase, Quartz, Talc.

3. Identification of Igneous Rocks in Hand specimen. - Granite, Rhyolite, Syenite, Gabbro, Basalt,Trachyte.

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4. Identification of sedimentary rocks in Hand specimen. - Conglomerate, Sandstone, Shale, Limestone. 5. Identification of Metamorphic rocks in Hand specimen. - Slate, Schist, Gneiss, Quartzite, Marble.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED GEOLOGY Lectures: 6 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6325

REFERENCES

Principles of Engineering Geology A text book of Geology Engineering and General Geology HkkSfrd HkwfoKku Hkkjr o"kZ dh Hkw OkSKkfud leh{kk 'kSfydh ds fl|kar

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 304 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week : RATIONALE July 09 6063

Electricity finds its base as basic energy for modern industrial activities and so is the case of electronics, which is being extensively used today in all industries, power system operation, communication systems, computer and information technology. Hence it has become absolutely necessary for all diploma holders to have basic understanding of ­ (a) Basic laws of electricity (b) D.C. and A.C. Circuit and machines ( c) Electronic Components, their functions and applications. ( d) Electrical and Electronic instruments (e) Safety Measures This will form the base for handling various types of equipment used in industries & will facilitate technicians in operation and maintenance of equipment. The practical work to be performed in this course will help in developing skills of operation and testing of component and various gadgets.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 304 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES S. No. TOPICS TH. HRS PR. HRS TOTAL HRS July 09 6063

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Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering D.C. Circuits A.C. Circuits D.C. Machines A.C. Machines Measuring Instruments and Transducers Electrical Wiring Electronic Devices and Circuits Electrical Safety

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 304 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week July 09 6063

S. COURSE CONTENTS HRS NO. 1. 5 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1.1 Concept of electric current, potential and potential difference (Voltage). 1.2 Sources of D.C. and A.C. Electric energy. 1.3 Methods of voltage generation and standard voltages used in generation transmission and distribution. 1.4 Electrical Power, energy and their units. 2 6 D.C. CIRCUITS 2.1 Ohm's Law, Concept of resistance, conductance, resistivity, conductivity and their units. Effect of temp. on resistance. Temperature coefficient of resistance ( Definition only) 2.2 Connections of resistances. Series, Parallel connections and their combinations. ( Simple Numericals) 2.3 Kirchoff's Voltage Law, Kirchoff's Current Law ( Simple Numerical) 6 A.C. CIRCUITS 3.1 Generation of single phase and three phase sinusoidal voltage. Vector representation. Concept of Cycle, Frequency, time period, amplitude, phase and phase difference. 3.2 Define instantaneous value, average value, RMS value and peak value of sinusoidal electrical quantities. Derive relationship between them . Form factor and peak factor ( Definition only). 3.3 Current voltage and power in pure resistive, inductive and capacitive circuit. 3.4 Concept of Reactance , impedance and power factor in R.L., R. C. and RLC Series circuit. ( Simple Numericals). 3.5 Causes and effect of poor power factor. Methods of improving power factor. 3.6 3 phase AC supply- three phase three wire and three phase four wire system. Relationship between VL and VPH, IL and IPH and three phase power in star and delta connected load.( Simple Numerical)

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D.C. MACHINES 4.1 Review of concept of Electromagnetism and related laws ( Faraday's Law, Lenz's Law, Cork Screw Rule, Fleming's Left Hand & Right Hand Rule.) 4.2 Construction of D.C. Machines, its main parts and their functions. Classification of D.C. Machines. 4.3 D.C. Generator : Principle , EMF equation( Derivation and simple numerical), Types of D.C. Generator ( No Numerical), Applications of DC generator. 4.4 D.C. Motor : Working Principle of DC motor, Types of DC motor, significance of back emf, Torque equation( No Numerical). 4.5 Characteristics of D.C. Series and Shunt Motor. Applications of D.C. Motor. D.C. Motor starter - 3 point starter. Efficiency ( No numerical ) A.C. MACHINES 5.1 Single Phase Transformer: Construction, working principle. 5.2 EMF Equation (Derivation with simple numerical), Turn ratio, Step up and step down transformers and their application. 5.3 Losses, efficiency and regulation ( No derivation). 5.4 Three Phase Induction Motor: Construction, types , principle of operation. Concept of Slip ( Simple Numerical), Applications, Starters: DOL and Star Delta. 5.5 Single Phase Induction Motor : Methods of making a single phase motor self start. Types of single phase induction motor- capacitor start, capacitor run and shaded pole and their applications. 5.6 Synchronous Machines : Synchronous motor- construction, principle of operation, comparision with three phase induction motor. Synchronous generator ( alternator) ­ Construction, principle of operation, speed and frequency, synchronous speed.

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MEASURING INSTRUMENTS AND TRANSDUCERS 6.1 Classification of Measuring Instruments, absolute and secondary instruments. Indicating, Integrating and Recording instruments, their examples. 6.2 Elementary idea about working principles and construction of MI and MC type Ammeter and voltmeter. Electrodynamometer type watt meter. Induction type energy meter , electronic energy meter. Application of Megger and earth tester.Multimeter, CRO, its block diagram and applications. 6.3 Transducers ­ Definition, primary and secondary transducers, active and passive transducers, variable parameter R,L,C type transducers. 6.4 General idea about strain gauge, LVDT, Thermocouple, Peizo Electric and Photoelectric Transducers. ELECTRIC WIRING 7.1 Types of Wiring and their Applications. 7.2 Size of conductor , S.W. gauge. Accessories like switches, fuses, holders, sockets and MCB's. 7.3 Staircase Wiring , Fluorescent tube light wiring

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ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS 8.1 Semiconductor PN Junction Diode, Zener Diode, PNP and NPN transistor , UJT, FET, MOSFET and SCR. Their layer diagram, symbol, V-I characteristics and applications. 8.2 Electronic Circuits : Concept of biasing of diode and transistor. 8.3 Single Phase Half wave and Full wave rectifier( I/O waveform), Concept of ripple, filter circuit ( shunt capacitor and series inductor) . Transistor as an amplifier, concept of gain, Zener regulator, regulated power supply ( Block diagram only). ELECTRIC SAFETY 9.1 Electric shock and its prevention , effect of electrical current on human body, shock treatment, need of earthing

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 304 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week : LIST OF EXPERIMENTS NAME OF EXPERIMENT 1. Verification of Kirchoff's Law 2. To Measure Voltage Current and power in single phase AC circuit. 3. To calculate Impedance, power and power factor by measuring voltage across each element and current to the circuit for a given RLC series circuit. 4. Study of different parts of DC machine . 5. Study of three point starter for DC motor. 6. To determine transformation ratio of a given single phase transformer. 7. Study and operation of DOL and Star Delta Starter. 8. To measure slip for a given three phase induction motor. 9. To measure insulation resistance by Megger. 10. To measure earth resistance by earth tester. 11. To measure linear displacement by LVDT. 12. To make connection for stair case wiring. 13. To make connection for fluorescent tube light circuit. 14. Testing of various electronic components using multimeter and CRO. 15. To draw V-I characteristics of Zener diode. 16. To observe input and output wave form of full wave / half wave rectifier on CRO. 17. To observe amplified output of a given amplifier. NOTE : The list of the experiment given above, the student has to perform atleast 12 experiment. Total HRs 30 July 09 6063

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: COURSE CODE: 304 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE: BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. per week REFERENCES 1. Fundamental of Electrical Engineering and Electronics ­ B.L. Thareja , S. CHAND Publication 2. Basic Electrical Engineering ­ V.K. Mehta , S. CHAND Publication 3. Principles of Electronics ­ V.K. Mehta , S. CHAND Publication 4. Basic Electrical Engineering ­ V. N. Mittle, TMH 5. Electrical Machines Vol I & II ­ S.K.Bhattacharya, TTTI, Chandigarh 6. A Curse book in Electrical & Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation , A.K. Sawhney. 7. Principles of Electrical Engg. and Electronics ­ V.K. Mehta , S. CHAND Publication 8. Electrical Technology ­ S.L.Uppal, Khanna Publication 9. ELectrical Measurement ­ J.B. Gupta, Dhanpat Rai & Sons July 09 6063

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED CIVIL ENGG. COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6326

RATIONALE The civil works are most common to each and every field of engineering. Before starting any project of any branch of engineering such as electrical, Mechanical, Mining or Metallurgy, Civil works are required like planning ,Township, plant-construction, water supply and many more. In mining engineering, knowledge of civil engineering is required in surface planning, roads, building, under ground construction of stoppings, dams etc. in open cast mining, soil erosion and slope stability , creat problems, which are solved by the knowledge of soil mechanics. Similarly water is also a problem in both underground and open cast mines, which requires the knowledge of soil mechanics. Similarly water is a problem in both under ground and opencast mines, which requires the knowledge of hydraulics. In designing this course, the requirement of mining engineers are consider and only those topics are which form the basis of the knowledge of civil engineering to mining engineers.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED CIVIL ENGG COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): Lectures: 5 Hrs. per week SCHEME: PAPER CODE: July 09 6326

SCHEME OF STUDIES S.No. Topics Theory Hrs.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Fluid Mechanics Material Technology Soil Mechanics R.C.C. Railway Engg. & Road Engg. Work Management TOTAL

15 15 15 05 20 05 75

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN MINING & MINE SURVEYING

SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: APPLIED CIVIL ENGG.

COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):

SCHEME: PAPER CODE:

July 09 6326

Lectures: 5 Hrs. per week S.No. COURSE CONTENT 1. 15 Fluid Mechanics :Definition of fluid, Viscosity, Compressibility and elasticity, Mass density, specific weight, specific volume, specific gravity, Pascal's law, Types of fluid flow, Basic principles of fluid flow, Continuity equation, Forces acting on fluid in motion, Euler's equation of motion, Bernauli's equation, Pressure­Velocity relationship, Applications of Bernauli's equation, Ventruri meter, Orifice meter, Pitot tube, Reynolds experiment, Laws of fluid friction, Darcy­Weisbach equation, Energy losses in pipes, Simple pipe network calculations. 2. 15 Material Technology:Bricks ­ Properties of good bricks, type of bricks, laboratory test on bricks, field test, manufacturing process. Stones aggregates ­ properties of good building stone, coarse and fine aggregate, grading of aggregate, fineness modulus, uses of stone aggregates. Cement ­ Composition properties, types, laboratory and field tests on cement, types and applications cement mortar. Iron & Steel ­ introduction, types, properties and applications of pig iron, cast iron, wrought iron, mild steel, high carbon steel. Reinforcing steel bars, TMT, HYSD bars. Concrete ­ classification, strength, properties, types of concrete mix and their applications. 3

Soil Mechanics: Preliminary definitions, water content, unit weight, specific gravity, void ratio, porosity and degree of saturation, density index. Principal types of soil, soil properties, permeability, soil exploration, bearing capacity of soils. Slope stability analysis. Taylor's stability number and stability curves, Swedish circle method and friction circle method. Foundation ­ Introduction to various types of foundations and their applications.

15

4

R.C.C: Definition, properties and advantages of R.C.C., design of slab, shear stress, bending stress, singly and doubly reinforced beams, T-beam, R.C.C. colums, Types of columns, effective length of a column. Pre-stressed concrete.

05

5

Railway & Road Engg.

Railway Engg. Alignment and gradient. Rails, sleepers, ballast, fastenings & fixtures, cross section, horizontal & vertical curves, super elevation, transition curves, negative cant. Turnouts, switches, crossings, types of track junctions, maintenance of railway tracks. Road Engg. Classification of roads, width of pavement, camber, gradient, super elevation, speed, sight distance, curves and their radii, road crosses section. Preparation of sub-grade and sub-base, stabilized roads, Types of pavements, California Bearing Ratio

20

(CBR). 6

Work Management:

Tendering process in civil engineering, preparation of tender document, earnest money, purchases process, types of estimates with simple examples, simple example of valuation, duties of Junior Engineer.

05

LIST OF REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Building Construction 2. Building Material 3. Soil Mechanics 4. Soil Mechanics 5. Fluid Mechanics 6. Estimating and costing 7. Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics Sushil kumar S.C. Rangwala S.N. Awasthy Dr. B. C. Punamia R. S. Khurmi B.N. Dutta Dr. P.N. Modi and Dr. S.M. Seth Standard Book House, Delhi.

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