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  • Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE101 Advance Structural Analysis 4 0 4 1 0 1 4 0 4 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE102 Reinforced Concrete Structure 4 0 4 1 0 1 4 0 4 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE103 Advance Foundation Engineering 3 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE104 Concrete Materials and Testing 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE105 Software Laboratory and Design Studio - 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 60 40 100

    3SE106 Communication Skills 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    Total 16 0 16 6 0 6 16 0 16 12 0 12 300 200 500 150 100 250

    Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE201 Advance Design of Steel Structure 4 0 4 1 0 1 4 0 4 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE202 Finite Element Method 3 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE203 Structural Dynamics & Earthquake

    Engineering3 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 2 60 40 100 30 20 50

    3SE204 Software Laboratory and Design Studio -

    II0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 60 40 100

    3SE205 Seminar 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 30 20 50

    Elective Subject - I 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    Total 13 0 13 7 0 7 13 0 13 14 0 14 240 160 400 180 120 300

    Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE211 Structural Optimization for Structure 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE212 Prestressed Concrete 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE213 Design of Special Structures 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE214 Total Quality Management 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE215 Strategic project Management 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE216 Advance Construction Techniques 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    Total

    Total

    Total

    SEE

    SEE

    SEE

    CE

    CE

    CE

    Total

    Total

    Total

    Subject

    Code

    Subject

    Code

    Subject

    Code

    Subject Name

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)CE SEE

    II

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    Elective Subject-I

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

    Subject Name

    CE SEE

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

    II

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)CE SEE

    I

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGYTEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGYTEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

    Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE301

    Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE302 Dissertation Phase- I 0 0 0 8 0 8 0 0 0 16 0 16 0 0 0 60 40 100

    3SE303 Structural Engineering Training -I 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 60 40 100

    Elective Subject-II 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    5 0 5 10 0 10 5 0 5 20 0 20 120 80 200 120 80 200

    Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE311 Design of Bridges 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 03SE312 Design of Tall Structures 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE313 Fracture Mechanics 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE314 Construction Finance & Accounting 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    3SE315 Contracts Administration 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 60 40 100 0 0 0

    Programme

    Semester

    L TU Total P TW Total L TU Total P TW Total

    3SE401 Dissertation Phase - II 0 0 0 12 0 12 0 0 0 24 0 24 0 0 0 60 40 100

    3SE402 Structural Engineering Training - II 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 60 40 100

    0 0 0 14 0 14 0 0 0 28 0 28 0 0 0 120 80 200

    34 0 34 37 0 37 34 0 34 74 0 74 660 440 1100 570 380 950

    Total

    Total

    Total

    SEE

    SEE

    SEE

    CE

    CE

    CE

    SEE

    SEE

    Total

    Total

    Total

    Total

    Total

    Subject

    Code

    Subject

    Code

    Subject

    Code

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)CE

    IV

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    Subject Name

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

    Elective Subject - II

    CE

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

    III

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.) Lecture(DT) Practical(Lab.)

    Total

    Subject Name

    CE SEE

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    Credit Hours (per week) Theory Practical

    Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)III

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 101 Subject Name Advance Structural Analysis

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 4 1 5 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 4 2 6 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    The main objectives of the course are:

    To strengthen theoretical concepts of structural analysis by most versatile methods, i.e. force and

    displacement method.

    To develop learning skill for analysis of civil engineering structures subjected to axial, flexural, and thermal

    loading.

    To study the behaviour patterns of structural materials.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Introduction Concepts of structural analysis, Introduction to matrix structural analysis, Basis for principal of

    virtual work, Principal of virtual force-standard and matrix formulation, Principal of virtual

    displacement-standard and matrix formulation, Extension of displacement method to the

    generalized stiffness method

    10

    2 Concepts of Flexibility Analysis of beam and plane truss by member approach, Analysis of plane frame and grid by

    member approach.

    14

    3 Stiffness Method Analysis of beam, plane truss, plane frames, grids, space truss, space frame and composite

    structures by member approach, Special problems such as member discontinuities, non-prismatic

    members, curved members and beams on elastic supports, Secondary effects due to temperature

    changes, pre-strains and support displacement, Symmetry / Anti-symmetry

    24

    4 Analysis of Elastic Instability and Second Order Response

    Introduction, Effects of Axial Force on Flexural Stiffness, Matrix method of analysis

    12

  • Term work

    1 Term work shall consist of tutorial work of specific topic covers minimum 5 examples from each unit.

    Students will prepared the excel sheet for given example.

    Reference Books

    1 Gere & Weaver, Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures, Cbs publisher, 2004.

    2 Dawe, D.J., Matrix and Finite Element Displacement Analysis of Structures, Clarendon Press.

    3 Menon Devdas, Advanced Structural Analysis, Narosa Publishing House.

    4 Ghali & Nevelle, Structural Analysis, Palgrave Macmillan

    5 Wang & Chu-Kia, Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis, International Textbook Company, Limited.

    6 Fleming & John, F., Computer Analysis of Structural System, Prentice Hall; First Edition (November

    1996)

    7 Pandit G.S and Gupta S.P, ‘Structural Analysis – a Matrix Approach’, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing

    Company, 2008

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 102 Subject Name Reinforced Concrete Structure

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 4 1 5 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 4 2 6 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can have knowledge of Analysis and design of Advance concrete structure like, Flat Slab, Grid floor,

    Raft foundation, etc.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Flat Slab

    Introduction, Analysis by direct design method and equivalent frame method, slab design

    and detailing.

    8

    2 Grid Floor

    Analysis and design by Rankine Grashoff Method, classical equivalent plate theory and IS:

    456-2000 methods.

    10

    3 Design of Combined Footing

    Combined footing for axially loaded column, Strap footing, Strip footing, Raft Foundation.

    08

    4 Shear Wall

    Introduction, loads in shear wall, Design of shear wall, Detailing of reinforcement as per IS

    13920: 2016

    06

    5 Design of Dome and Folded Plate

    Design of dome with opening, Design of folded plate roof

    08

    6 Design of Water Tank

    Design of Intze type shaft supported water tank, underground water tank

    12

    7 Design of Special Beam

    Special Beams like Deep Beam, beam curved in plan

    08

  • Term Work

    1 Term work shall consist of not less than 3 designs suitably selected from topics of the course under

    advance design of concrete structures. The report shall consist of design and all necessary drawings

    in from of neat dimensioned sketches.

    Reference Books

    1 Shah H J, “Reinforced Concrete (Vol – I and II), Charotar Publishing House, 2014

    2 Krishana Raju N., “Advanced Design of Concrete Structures”. Tata Mc-Graw Hill, Delhi.

    3 Sinha S N, “Reinforced Concrete Design”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication, 2002.

    4 Jain A. K., “Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete”. Nemchand & Bros., Roorkee.

    5

    V. L. Shah and S. R. Karve, “Design of Multi-storied Building (G+3)”, Structure Publications,

    Pune.

    6 Varghese A. V, “Advanced Reinforced Concrete”, Prentice Hall of India.

    7

    IS Codes : IS:456, IS:875, IS:1893 (I, II, and III), IS:4326, IS:13920, IS: 4995 (I & II), SP:16,

    SP:34, IS:3370.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 103 Subject Name Advance Foundation Engineering

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 1 4 Theory 40 60 100

    Hours 3 2 5 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students will able to do site investigation, determine bearing capacity, design of shallow foundation and design

    of deep foundation.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Soil Properties

    General requirements, Bearing capacity computation, settlement computations as per relevant IS

    code, Field test like SPT,

    4

    2 Design of Shallow Foundation

    Factors affecting depth and location of foundations, Different types of shallow foundation,

    Bearing capacity of layered system, Settlement analysis – cohesionless and cohesive soils,

    correction factors. Soil design of isolated and combined footings, methods of design of rafts

    foundation, Different types of raft foundation, bearing capacity and settlement computations of

    raft foundation, modulus of sub grade reaction,

    20

    3 Design of Deep Foundation

    Types of Pile, vertical and lateral load carrying capacity of pile foundation, settlement analysis

    of pile group, under reamed pile, pile load test

    8

    4 Dynamic Analysis of Foundations

    Dynamic soil properties, natural frequency of machine foundation-soil system, different types of

    machine foundations, static and dynamic criteria for soil-foundation system, design of block

    foundations per IS code.

    13

    Term Work

    1 Students have to submit any three design of foundation

    2 Prepare Geo-technical Investigation Report by collecting soil of different zone. (it covers specification to

  • carry out GI (nos. Of bore holes, depth of bore holes, tests to be conducted, important soil parameters)

    Reference Books

    1 Swami Saran, Gopal Ranjan, “Analysis & Design of Foundations & Retaining Structures”, Sarita

    Prakashan.

    2 Nainan P Kurian, “Design of Foundation Systems: Principles and Practices”, Narosa Pub. House. New

    Delhi.

    3 Braja M. Das, “Principles of Foundation Engineering”, Cengage Learning.

    4 Kaniraj S R, “Design Aids in Soil Mechanics And Foundation Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 104 Subject Name Concrete Materials & Testing

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students are able to learn the concept of various construction material and its application in field of

    construction which help to increase strength of concrete elements, to increase setting time, workability etc.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Supplementary Cementitious materials

    Introduction to naturally & artificially produced pozzolanic material, Fly Ash, Ground

    granulated blast furnace slag, Silica fume, metakaolin, rice husk ash etc.; physical, chemical and

    mineralogical properties; hydration reaction and pozzolanic activity, proportioning of concrete;

    effect on properties of fresh and hardened concrete and on durability of concrete; study of IS,

    ASTM and other codal provisions.

    12

    2 Innovative Concrete Materials

    Light weight concrete, high density concrete, high strength concrete, high performance concrete,

    micro concrete, self-compacting concrete, no slump concrete, fiber reinforced concrete, polymer

    modified concrete, cold and hot weather concreting, mass concrete, recycled concrete, roller

    compacted concrete, ready mixed concrete, underwater concreting, pumped concreting etc.

    Introduction to smart materials, properties, sensors and actuators (Shape memory alloys,

    piezoelectric (PZT), polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) film, LVDT's, laser probes for velocity and

    surface deformation measurements, and fiber optic sensors), control system; Smart structures,

    vibration control,

    16

    3 Durability Aspect of Concrete

    Introduction regarding durability, various test of durability of concrete

    12

    4 Structural Health Monitoring 5

  • Introduction, Concept of Structural Health Monitoring, Methods of Structural Health

    Monitoring, Case study

    Class Work

    1. Collect one material and present it’s all property with its application in construction industry

    with test.

    2. Prepare Excel Sheet for Concrete Mix Design of different grade by using various Code.

    Reference Books

    1 P. Kumar Mehta Concrete: Microstructure, Properties and Materials, McGraw Hill Professional.

    2 A. M. Neville, Properties of Concrete, Pearson Education

    3 Manual of Concrete Practice Volumes 1 to 5, American Concrete Institute, USA.

    4 Materials of Construction by D.N. Ghose - Tata McGraw Hill

    5 Material of Construction by S.Z. Haider - Oxford Unviersity Press

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 105 Subject Name Software Laboratory and Design Studio - I

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 3 3 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 6 6 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students are able to design residential building

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Basic Software Learning by taking some simple beams, indeterminate structures, residential

    bungalows or multistoreyed structures for modeling, analysis and design purpose. Also, prepare

    drawing as per site requirements.

    40

    2 In design studio students have to design multi-storey residential building in detail using limit

    state method of design. Students have to prepare their own building and design their components

    like slab, beam, column, footing and staircase etc manually and using MS Excel Sheet. Students

    also have to prepare detailed drawing for reinforcement for slab, beam, column, footing and

    staircase with typical calculation report and its vital contents.

    50

    Term Work

    1 Problems solved in software laboratory with manual calculation and one residential bungalow with

    whole structural details as per site requirements.

    Reference Books

    1 V. L. Shah and S. R. Karve, “Design of Multi-storied Building (G+3)”, Structure Publications, Pune.

    2 Shah H J, “Reinforced Concrete (Vol – I and II), Charotar Publishing House, 2014

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester I Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 106 Subject Name Communication Skills

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 2 0 2 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 2 0 2 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students are able to know the basic communication skill, Listening, Speaking and Presentation Skill.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Communication Skill

    Communication cycle, flow of communication, barrier to communication

    6

    2 Listening Skill

    Type of listening, barrier to effective communication, tips to improve listening skills

    9

    3 Business Communication

    Types of Letters and format, complaint letters and letters of regret and adjustment, Agenda and

    minutes of meeting, types of memo and Resume and job application,

    7

    4 Speaking Skills

    Presentations, Group Discussion, Personal Interview, Seminar Presentation, Summarizing

    technical material, Writing research papers, Writing Business Proposal, Assertive & Negotiation

    Skills, Business Etiquettes, Report Writing.

    8

    5 Writing Skills

    Email writing, comment writing for drawing (positive or negative)

    Class Work

    1. Power Point presentation on general topic.

    Reference Books

    1 Andrea J Rutherford, Basic Communication Skills for Technology, Pearson.

    2 Shron J. Gerson, Technical Writing Process and Product, Pearson.

    3 R. C. Sharma, Krishna Mohan, Business Correspondence and Report Writing, Tata McGraw-Hill

    4 Lesiker and Petit, Business Communication, McGraw-Hill.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 201 Subject Name Advance Design of Steel Structure

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 4 1 5 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 4 2 6 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Student will be able to do planning of industrial building with considering Various Functional aspects. To

    estimates various loads and their combinations for industrial structures. To analyse and design steel building.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Introduction

    Planning and Functional Requirements: Classification of Industries and Industrial structures,

    Process planning, requirements regarding lighting, ventilation and fire safety, protection against

    noise and vibration - Guidelines from Factories Act.

    Design requirements and design process, Dead loads, imposed loads, wind loads, earthquake

    load, earth or ground water load, indirect forces and combination of loads.

    3

    2 Multi Storey Building

    Introduction of Multi Storey Building, loading, Analysis for gravity loads, computer analysis of

    rigid frame using software. Design of Built up beams, built up column, beam- column,

    connections beam to beam & beam to column.

    Design of braced and unbraced single and multi-bay industrial structures in steel.

    12

    3 Cold Form Steel

    Introduction and advantages of cold formed sections, load buckling, beam, axially compressed

    column, combined bending & compression, Tension members, Design on the basis of testing,

    empirical method and examples.

    10

    4 Plastic Design: Plastic design of continuous beams

    10

    5 Design of Industrial Building Introduction, Plane Trusses, Floor Plates, Design of Slab on Grade

    15

  • 6 Design of Girders Design of Plate Girders And Design of Gantry Girders

    10

    Term Work

    1 Minimum two complete designs of structures with detailed drawings

    Reference Books

    1 N. Subrhamanyan, “Design of Steel Structures”, Oxford Publication.

    2 S. K. Duggal, “Design of Steel Structure”, Tata Mc Graw Hill.

    3 William McGuire, “Steel Structures”, Prentice Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.1986.

    4 Guidelines to design cold form section by Tata Steel.

    5 Shah and Gore, “Design of Steel Structure”- Structures Publishers, Pune

    6 IS: 800, IS: 875 - (Part I to V) ,SP: 6(1 & 6) ,IS 801

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 202 Subject Name Finite Element Method

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 1 4 Theory 40 60 100

    Hours 3 2 5 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    The main objectives of this course are:

    1. To understand the fundamental ideas of the FEM

    2. To know the behaviour and usage of each type of elements covered in this course.

    3. To be able to prepare a suitable FE model for structural mechanical analysis problems.

    4. To interpret and evaluate the quality of the results (know the physics of the problems)

    5. To be aware of the limitations of the FEM (don't misuse the FEM - a numerical tool)

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Introduction to Finite Element Method

    Brief history of the development, Advantages & disadvantages of finite element method,

    Displacement approach, Foundations of the FEM-energy principles

    2

    2 Plane stress and Plane strain

    Linear elasticity, equations of equilibrium, stress, strain, constitutive relations, Boundary

    conditions, description of an elasticity problem as a boundary value problem, Plane stress, strain,

    axial symmetric problems, Introduction to plasticity, yield condition, ideal elasto-plastic material

    4

    3 One Dimensional Finite Elements

    Stiffness matrix for the basic bar & beam element representation of distributed loading, The

    assembly process within the PMPE approach, Element stresses, shape functions & interpolation

    polynomials, refined one dimensional elements

    8

    4 Finite Elements for Two Dimensional Planar Bodies

    Triangular elements for plane stress or strain conditions, Higher order triangular elements,

    Rectangular elements for plane stress or strain conditions, Higher order rectangular elements:

    Lagrange element family

    6

  • 5 Finite Elements for Three Dimensional Analysis

    Tetrahedral elements, higher-order tetrahedral, Rectangular hexahedral elements, higher-order

    rectangular hexahedral: Lagrange element family

    10

    6 Advanced Concepts in the Formulation of Two & Three Dimensional Elasticity

    Elements

    Natural co-ordinates, Area or triangular co-ordinates, Serendipity rectangles & hexahedral,

    Isoperimetric concept, properties of isoperimetric elements, numerical integration

    10

    7 Finite Elements For Plate Bending Analysis

    12-Degree of Freedom rectangular element, Triangular Elements

    5

    Practical content

    Solving five to ten problems related with each units.

    Reference Books

    1 J. W. Weaver and P. R. Johnston, “Finite Element for Structural Analysis”, Prentice-Hall Inc.

    2 T. R. Chandrupatla and A. D. Belegundu, “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering”, Pearson

    Higher Education.

    3 C.S.Krishnamurthy, “Finite Elements Methods”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

    4 K. J. Bathe, “Finite Elements Procedures in Engineering analysis”, Prentice-Hall Inc

    5 C. S. Desai and J. F. Abel, “Introduction to the Finite Element Method: A Numerical Method for

    Engineering Analysis”, CBS Publisher.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 203 Subject Name Structural Dynamics And Earthquake Engineering

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 1 4 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 2 5 Practical 30 20 50

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can do analysis and design of structure according to earthquake engineering

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Introduction to Dynamics

    Introduction, Terminologies, Single degree of freedom with and without damping, Free and

    forced vibration.

    4

    2 Multi Degree Freedom system

    Response of Multi Degree of Freedom System to free vibration, Orthogonally of natural

    modes, Free vibration analysis of multi degree of freedom system using Stiffness Methods,

    Iterative Methods, Stodola’s Method, Langrange's Method and Rayleigh’s Principle.

    Dynamics analysis of MDOF systems by response spectrum method as per IS 1893 (Part

    1):2002.

    9

    3 Seismic Analysis of Building

    Seismic design philosophy, Behaviour of floor diaphragms, concept of centre of mass,

    centre of stiffness and eccentricity, various structural irregularities, effect of various

    structural irregularities, types of lateral load resisting systems, equivalent static lateral force

    method, lateral-torsional analysis of building as per IS 1893 (Part 1):2002, Seismic analysis

    of vertical and horizontal projections of structures.

    12

    4 Ductile Detailing

    Ductile detailing of various structural elements such as beams, columns, shear walls as per

    provisions of IS 13920:2016.

    8

  • 5 Seismic analysis & design of masonry buildings:

    Seismic detailing of masonry buildings as per IS 4326:1993, Rigidity of masonry wall,

    Seismic analysis and design of masonry buildings.

    8

    6 Special topics

    Introduction of performance based design method, Push over analysis, Introduction to base

    isolation, passive controls, active controls and semi-active controls, types of dampers and

    their importance. Liquefaction & ground improvement techniques.

    4

    Term Work

    1 Term work shall consist of Seismic design of RC multi-storey frame building and masonry

    building with ductile detailing.

    Reference Books

    1 Anil K. Chopra, “Dynamics of Structures (Theory and Applications to Earthquake Engineering)”,

    Pearson Eductions.

    2 Mario Paz, “Structural Dynamics (Theory and Computation)”, CBS Publications.

    3 R. W. Clough and J. Penzien, “Dynamics of Structures”, tata mc.

    4 Pankaj Agrawal and Manish Shrikhande, “Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures”, PHI

    Learning Pvt. Ltd

    5 S. K. Duggal, “Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures”, Oxford University Press.

    6 IS Codes : IS:456, IS:875, IS:1893 (I, II, and III), IS:4326, IS:13920

    7 DrS rajshekharan, “ Structural Dynamics of Earthquake Engineering” Woodhead Publishing

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 204 Subject Name Software Laboratory and Design Studio - II

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 3 3 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 6 6 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge to the students in working areas and commands of any one software for

    design of structure.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Software Learning by taking some high rise structures (residential and commercial) for modeling,

    analysis and design purpose. Also, prepare drawing as per site requirements with column, beam,

    footings details, slab details etc. For different frame system or some typical loading condition like

    lateral forces, snow load etc.

    90

    Term Work

    1 Students have to submit at least Three model for each using any one software with working drawings.

    Reference Books

    1 V. L. Shah and S. R. Karve, “Design of Multi-storied Building (G+3)”, Structure Publications,

    Pune.

    2 Shah H J, “Reinforced Concrete (Vol – I and II), Charotar Publishing House, 2014

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 206 Subject Name Seminar

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 1 1 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 2 2 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge to the students in self-study on the topic of selected area and develop

    research, report writing and presentation skills.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Course Content:

    1. Introduction 2. Need for the study 3. Objectives 4. Scope 5. Methodology & Schedule

    I. Literature Review II. Data collection

    III. Data Analysis IV. Conclusion & Recommendations

    6. Bibliography / References 7. Annexures

    30

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 211 Subject Name Structural Optimization for Structures

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 0 0 0

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    The main objectives of the course are:

    Understand optimization techniques,

    Classify the optimization problems,

    Derive response quantities corresponding to design variables,

    Apply optimization techniques to trusses, beams and frames.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Introduction to optimization, optimization techniques for unconstrained and constrained

    optimization problems

    09

    2 Classical Optimization, Lagrange Multiplier technique and Kuhn – Tucker conditions. 09

    3 Solution of NLP direct methods and by series of unconstrained optimization problems,

    formulation of different types of structural optimization problems.

    08

    4 Computation of derivatives of response quantities with respect to design variables. 08

    5 Minimum weight design of trusses, frame, etc. 08

    6 Introduction Genetic Algorithm 03

    Term work

    1 Term work shall consist of tutorial work of specific topic covers minimum 5 examples from each unit.

    Students will prepared the excel sheet for given example.

    Reference Books

    1 Optimization theory & application S.S.Rao

    2 Structural optimization Majid

    3 Advanced mathematics Kresysig

    4 Numerical analysis Scarborough

  • 5 Foundation of structural optimization Marris

    6 Optimum Structural Design Spunt

    7 Optimum Structural Design Uri Krisch

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 212 Subject Name Prestressed Concrete

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can have knowledge of analysis of stresses, losses of prestress, and deflection characteristics of

    prestressed members. To learn design criteria for Prestressed concrete members. To learn and apply

    fundamentals for Design of pretension and post tensioned Flexural member.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Prestressing System

    Introduction, Concept of Prestressing, Advantages of Prestressing, Materials for prestressed

    concrete, Different Prestressing System. Various losses of prestress, Deflection of prestressed

    concrete member.

    3

    2 Analysis of Prestress And Bending Stress

    Basic Assumptions, Analysis of prestress and bending stresses, Concept of Load Balancing,

    Cracking Moment.

    9

    3 Flexural strength of prestressed concrete members,

    Types of flexural failure, Simplified code procedure, Comparative analysis of code procedure

    8

    4 Transfer of prestress in pretensioned members.

    Transmission of prestressing force by bond, Bond Stress, Transverse tensile stress, End zone

    reinforcement, Flexural bond stress.

    8

    5 Limit state design criteria for Prestressed concrete members.

    Philosophy of Limit State Design, Criteria for limit state, Design loads and strength, Crack

    Width in prestress member, Principles of Dimensioning Prestress Concrete Members.

    9

    6 Design of Prestress Concrete Structure

    Design of Pretension Beam, Design of Post Tension Beam, Design of Prestress Slab

    8

    Reference Books

  • 1 Krishna Raju N., Prestressed concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, new Delhi

    2 Dayaratnam P., Prestressed concrete Structures, Oxford and IBH Publication, New Delhi

    3 Lin L.Y., Design of prestressed concrete Structural, Asia Public House, New Delhi.

    4 Leonhardt. F, Prestressed concrete – Design & construction, Welhelm Ernst and sohn Munich, Germany.

    5 Guyon. Y, Prestressed concrete, Asia Publication, Vol I and II, Pune.

    6 E. G. Nawy, Prestressed concrete: A Fundamental Approach, Prentice Hall.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 213 Subject Name Design of Special Structures

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge of in planning and designing of special structures.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Any 1 to 2 special structures from the list given below or according to current market trend will

    be opted for design and details comprehensively as per practice from planning to execution

    stage.

    1. Industrial structures

    2. Power plant structures

    3. Cooling towers

    4. Hydraulic structures

    5. Off-shore/ On-shore structures

    6. Shell/ dome/folded plates/barrel vault structures – RCC/PSC/Steel

    7. Pre-engineered building

    8. Green Building

    9. Terminal Building

    45

    Practical content

    Complete design and detailing in the form of A1- size drawing sheets using any CAD package. Complete

    documentation (report writing) showing design philosophy, calculations, cost analysis and other related matters

    for selected structures

    Reference Books

    1 Jai Krishna & Jain, Plain & Reinforced Concrete Volume – II, Nem Chand & Bros.

    2 N. Krishna Raju, Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, CBS Publishers.

    3 S. N. Manohar, Tall Chimneys: Design & Construction, Tata McGraw-Hill.

  • 4 Murthy S. S. and Santhakumar A. R., Transmission Line Structures, McGraw-Hill.

    5 K. R. Rajagopalan, Storage Structures, A. A. Balkema.

    6 IS Codes: IS 4995 Part I, II, IS 4091, IS 4998.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 214 Subject Name Total Quality Management

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    1. To learn the basic concepts of quality and quality from organizational point of view. 2. To learn the concept of total quality management from western and Japanese approach. 3. To learn the internal politics, quality culture, education and training of the organization. 4. To be aware of international/national Quality awards.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Evolution of Quality

    Historical Perspective, Basic Concepts of Quality, Vision, Mission and Objectives of an

    Organization, Corporate Structure in an Organization and Role of Quality

    04

    2 Quality Planning

    Quality By Design, Quality Costs and Cost of Failure, Waste Control, How Quality Benefits

    Business

    05

    3 Quality and Competitiveness in Business

    Zero Defects and Continuous Improvement, Role of Leadership and Commitment in Quality

    Deployment, Team Building, Motivation and Rewards, Total Employee Empowerment, Quality

    Functions -Measurement, Inspection, Testing, Calibration and Assurance

    06

    4 Design Control and Conformity

    Tolerance and Variability, PDCA Cycle, Juran Trilogy, Crosby’s 10 points and Deming’s 14

    Points Customers Requirements, Customer-Supplier and Chain Links, Establishing Customer

    Focus-Customer, Satisfaction, Measurement and Customer Retention

    08

    5 Product Liability

    Total Quality Concepts and CWQC, Difference in Western And Japanese Approach of TQM,

    Basic Philosophy and Fundamental Models of TQM, Total Quality and Ethics

    06

  • 6 Internal Politics and Total Quality Management

    Quality Culture, Education and Training

    05

    7 Implementing Total Quality Management

    An Integrated System Approach, Total preventive maintenance

    05

    8 Self-Assessment, International/National Quality Awards

    Malcolm Bald ridge Award, Deming Prize, European Award, Rajeev Gandhi Award, CII Exim

    Award, Jamna Lal Bajaj Award, Golden Peacock Award.

    06

    Practical content

    Practical and Term work shall be based on the above mentioned course content.

    Reference Books

    1 James, J.O Brian, " Construction Inspection Handbook - Quality Assurance and Quality Control ", Van

    Nostrand, New York, 1989.

    2 Kwaku A., Tenah and Jose M.Guevera, " Fundamental of Construction Management and Organization ",

    Prentice Hall of India, 1995.

    3 Juran Frank, J.M. and Gryna, F.M. " Quality planning and Analysis ", Tata McGraw Hill, 1982.

    4 Hutchins. G., " ISO 9000 ", Viva Books, NewDelhi, 1993.

    5 Clarkson H. Oglesby, " Productivity Improvement in Construction ", McGraw Hill 1989.

    6 John L.Ashford, " The Management of Quality in Construction ", E & F.N Spon, New York, 1989.

    7 Steven McCabe, " Quality Improvement Techniques in Construction ", Addisson esley Longman Ltd.,

    England, 1998.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 215 Subject Name Strategic Project Management

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To identify the relevant government environment: laws, policies, regulations etc. with respect to a given

    industry/firm. To analyse the relevant government environment for corporate planning and policy decisions. To

    Recognize the impact and changes in the regulatory and other profiles of the government environment over

    different stages of corporate growth.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Strategy and Process Conceptual framework for strategic management, The concept of strategy and strategy formation

    process, stakeholders in business, vision, mission and purpose, Business definition, Objectives

    and goals, Corporate governance and social responsibility

    07

    2 Competitive advantage

    External environment, Porter’s five process model, strategic group competitive, globalization

    and industry structure, National context and competitive advantage resources, capabilities and

    competencies, core competencies, generic building blocks of competitive advantage, distinctive

    competencies, resources and capabilities durability of competitive advantage, avoiding failures

    and sustaining competitive advantage, Case study

    12

    3 Strategies

    The generic strategic alternatives, stability, expansion, Retrenchment and combination

    strategies, Business level strategy, strategy in the global environment, corporate strategy and

    vertical integration, diversification and strategic alliances, building and restructuring the

    corporation, strategic analysis and choice, Environment threat and opportunity profile,

    Organizational capability profile, strategic advantage profile, Corporate portfolio analysis,

    SWOT analysis, GAP analysis, Mc Kinsey;s 7s framework, GE 9 cell model, distinctive

    competitiveness, selection of matrix, balance score card, case study

    14

  • 4 Financial strategies Growth strategy, stabilization strategy and retrenchment strategy, Portfolio strategies G.E,

    B.C.G & Arthur D.Little’s model.

    05

    5 Strategic implementation and evaluation The implementation process, Resource allocation, Designing organizational structure, Designing

    Strategic Control Systems, Matching structure and control to strategy, Implementing Strategic

    change, Politics, Power and Conflict, Techniques of strategic evaluation & control, Case study.

    07

    Practical content

    Practical and Term work shall be based on the above mentioned course content.

    Text Books

    1 William F Glueck, L. R. Jauch, Business policy & strategy, McGraw Hill.

    2 Steiner G. & J. Miner, Management policy & strategy. Macmillan New York.

    Reference Books

    1 Dasgupta A, Sen Guha Government and Business in India, Allied publishers, Calcutta.

    2 Mles R. & C, Snow Organization Strategy structure & processes, McGraw Hill.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester II Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 216 Subject Name Advance Construction Techniques

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge to the students to various advanced construction techniques adopted on

    various types of construction projects.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Scaffolding, types of scaffolding, role of scaffolding, advantage and dis-advantage of

    scaffolding. Automation in construction, objective of automation, advantage and dis-advantage

    of Automation in construction.

    10

    2 Various Dewatering Techniques like Grouting, Vacuum dewatering techniques, Deep well

    System, Freezing techniques. Nano Technology in Constructions, Various Nano materials like

    nano-silica, nano-steel, nano-paints. Form Work, slip form system, method of removing

    formwork.

    11

    3 Enabling structures for the construction project (including special types of formwork) Special types

    of concrete and concreting methods: Ready Mix Concrete, Self compacted concrete etc. Modular

    coordination, Principles, comparison and advantages of modular coordination.

    10

    4 Prefabrication in construction industry, Principles, components, joints, storage handling and

    delivery of components. Trenchless techniques, Rib Loc technology, Horizontal Directional

    Drilling, etc.

    7

    5 Compaction of concrete, various types of vibrators. Operation of tunneling, various methods used

    for tunneling. Techniques of excavation according to types of soil.

    7

    Text Books

    1 R. Chudley, Construction Technology (Vol. I to IV) by – Longman.

    2 Varghese, Building Construction, PHI.

    Reference Books

    1 S.S. Ataev, Construction Technology, Mir Publishers.

  • 2 P. Dyanchenko, S. Mirotvorsky, Prefabrication of Reinforced Concrete, Mir Publishers

    3 Henrick Nissen, Industrial Building and Modular Design, Cement Concrete Association, London.

    4 S. P. Arora, S. P. Bindra, A text book of building Construction, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.

    5 S. K. Sarkar, S. Saraswati, Construction Technology, Oxford University Press.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 301 Subject Name Repair and Rehabilitation of Structure Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 2 0 2 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 2 0 2 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can do repair and maintenance work of structure.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Causes For Distress In Structure:

    Philosophy & definition, causes of failure, failure in ancient time & recent times. Failure related

    problems; Man made and natural failure or damage. Diagnosis of failure; change in appearance

    on an exposure, chemical deterioration, Mechanical deterioration. Cracking in buildings.

    6

    2 Material and Techniques for Repair

    Classification of repair material, Epoxies and Epoxy system, Sealing material, Bonding material,

    Waterproofing material, Chemical and Mineral Admixture, Dry packing, shoring, underpinning.

    10

    3 Structure Assessment

    Art of structure assessment, Method of testing, IS code for testing, Safety assessment, Legal

    aspects in connection to failure an repair

    4

    4 Rehabilitation of Structure

    Materials for repairs, rehabilitation and retrofitting processes, Methods for repairs, rehabilitation

    and retrofitting including surface preparation, Study of failures of buildings and lesson learnt,

    Role of quality control in construction as Preventive measures Maintenance of buildings,

    Strengthening of Earthquake damaged buildings, Introduction to Push-over analysis

    10

    Class Work

    1. Seminar presentation based on syllabus with material properties and its application.

    Reference Books

    1 Ted Kay "Assessment and Renovation of Concrete Structures" ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York.,

    1992.

  • 2 Champion S., “Failure & Repair of Concrete Structures” Wiley Publishers, 1961.

    3 Structural condition assessment - Robert T. Ratay

    4 Learning from failure – R. N. Raiker

    5 Properties of concrete - A. M. Neville

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 302 Subject Name Dissertation Phase I

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 8 8 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 16 16 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can identify recent trend in structural engineering, they can do literature review on their respective

    topics, and they can compile their results and get solid conclusion on their selected topic.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 The Topic is assigned to the students immediately after the second semester

    examination. The preliminary work involved is related to a state-of-art literature review,

    identification of the area and finalization of the specific problem, with clearly defined

    title. The presentation of the preliminaries is addressed as the 1st stage seminar of the

    proposed dissertation work. The candidate is expected to present the plan of action and

    review of the published work related to the area.

    After obtaining the approval along with necessary modification from the jury, the

    candidate proceeds for the second stage of the dissertation work.

    The second stage of dissertation work, which can be termed as the core part can be

    carried out at any of the advanced institutions, laboratories, centre-of-excellence places,

    with whom prior permission is obtained through University.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 303 Subject Name Structural Engineering Training -I

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 2 2 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 4 4 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide practical exposer to the students for analysis and design of various structures.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Students have to submit final comprehensive report on

    1. Structural Engineering Training Report in 1st week

    Preliminary information of project, Types of Structure, Design load calculation and load

    case details

    2. Structural Engineering Training Report in 2nd week

    Analysis of structural members, Shear force and Bending moment of various structural

    elements.

    3. Structural Engineering Training Report in 3rd week

    Proportioning of structural members, Dimensions of structural members, Design of all

    structural members.

    4. Structural Engineering Training Report in 4th week

    General notes for design and detailing, Detailed drawings of all structural members

    60

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 311 Subject Name Design of Bridges

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 0 0 0

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    After successful completion of the course, student will be able to :

    To assess different type of loads on sub and super structure of the bridge and use appropriate codal

    stipulations

    To analyse and design short and long span super structure

    To analysis and design of sub structure and foundation of bridges

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 INTRODUCTION:

    Classification of bridges, investigations and stages of planning, choice of type, I.R.C.

    specifications for road bridges, standard live loads, other forces acting on bridges, general design

    considerations

    15

    2 SHORT SPAN BRIDGES:

    Load distribution theories, analysis and design of slab culverts, tee beam and slab bridges.

    15

    3 LONG SPAN GIRDER BRIDGES:

    Design principles of continuous bridges, box girder bridges, and balanced cantilever bridges.

    Design of Prestressed Concrete Bridges

    15

    Reference Books

    1 V. K. Raina, Concrete Bridge Practice: Analysis, Design and Economics, Shroff Publishers.

    2 N. Krishnaraju, Design of Bridges, Oxford & IBH.

    3 Bakht B. and Jaegar L. G., Bridge Analysis simplified, McGraw-Hill.

    4 D. Johnson Victor, Essentials of Bridge Engineering, Oxford & IBH.

    5 Jagadeesh & Jayaram, Design of Bridge Structures, PHI

    6 Ponnuswamy, S , Bridge Engineering, TMH

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 312 Subject Name Design of Tall Structures Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can do analysis and design of tall structure like chimney, cooling tower, silo and transmission line

    towers.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Tall Building

    Structural systems for floor systems, vertical load resisting systems, lateral load resisting

    systems, and connections, Interaction of frames and shear wall, Twist of frames, Effects

    of opening, Analysis of coupled shear walls; Various methods of analysis like static

    linear/nonlinear, dynamic, buckling analysis, construction stage analysis etc, Structural

    control and energy dissipation devices for tall building.

    15

    2 Chimney

    Design Factors, Stresses due to temperature, components, Platform and Safety ladders,

    Steel stacks, Refractory linings, Caps and foundation.

    9

    3 Cooling towers

    Types, components, design forces, analysis and design

    10

    4 Transmission Line and Microwave towers:

    Types of loads, Tower Configuration, Analysis and Design of tower

    11

    Reference Books

    1 B. S. Taranath, “Tall buildings”, CRC Press Book 2 Mark Fintel, “Handbook of Concrete Structures”, Springer. 3 Coull and Smith, “Tall buildings”, Wiley-Interscience publication. 4 S. N. Manohar, “Tall Chimneys: Design & Construction”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

    Limited- New Delhi.

    5 A. R. Santhakumar & S. S. Murthy, “Transmission Line Structures”, McGraw-Hill.

  • 6 IS:4998 (Part 1)- Criteria for Design of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys, BIS India.

    7 IS:6533 (Part 2) –Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Steel Chimney, BIS India

    8 IS: 4091 Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Foundations for Transmission Line

    Towers and Poles, BIS India.

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    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 313 Subject Name Fracture Mechanics

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 0 0 0

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    The main objectives of the course are:

    Energy release rate, Resistance, Griffith Theory of fracture.

    Necessary and sufficient conditions for fracture, Stress and Displacement fields.

    Various methods for evaluating Stress Intensity Factors.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Overview of Engineering Fracture Mechanics

    EFM Course Outline, Spectacular Failures, Lessons from Spectacular Failures, LEFM and

    EPFM, Fracture Mechanics is Holistic, Fatigue Crack Growth Model, Crack Growth and

    Fracture Mechanisms.

    08

    2 Energy Release Rate

    Elastic Strain Energy, Fracture Strength by Griffith, Energy Release Rate, Utility of Energy

    Release Rate, Pop-in Phenomenon.

    05

    3 Review of Theory of Elasticity

    Displacement and Stress Formulations, Forms of Stress Functions.

    03

    4 Crack-tip Stress and Displacement Fields

    Airy’s Stress Function for Mode-I, Westergaard Solution of Stress Field for Mode-I,

    Displacement Field for Mode-I, Relation between KI and GI, Stress Field in Mode-II,

    Generalised Westergaard Approach, William’s Eigen Function Approach, Multi-parameter

    Stress Field Equations, and Validation of Multiparameter Field Equations.

    10

    5 SIF’s, Plastic Zone Modelling, Fracture Toughness Testing

    Evaluation of SIF for Various Geometries, SIF for Embedded Cracks, Modeling of Plastic

    Deformation, Irwin’s Model, Dugdale Model, Fracture Toughness Testing, Plane Strain Fracture

    10

  • Toughness Testing, Plane Stress Fracture Toughness Testing.

    6 Crack Initiation and Life Estimation

    Paris Law and Sigmoidal Curve, Crack Closure, Crack Growth Models.

    05

    7 Advanced Topics

    J-Integral Eshelby’s line integrals, J-integral, Path evaluation, HRR Field and CTOD, FAD and

    Mixed Mode Fracture, Crack Arrest and Repair Methodologies.

    03

    Reference Books

    1 Prashant Kumar, Elements of Fracture Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

    2 K. R.Y. Simha, Fracture Mechanics for Modern Engineering Design, Universities Press (India) Limited.

    3 D. Broek, Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

    4 K. Ramesh, e-Book on Engineering Fracture Mechanics, IIT Madras.

    5 T.L. Anderson, Fracture Mechanics - Fundamentals and Applications, 3rd Edition, Taylor and Francis

    Group.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 314 Subject Name Construction Finance & Accounting

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge to the students in understanding various aspects of construction finance

    and management accounting for financial decision making in construction projects.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Basic Financial Concepts

    Capital and Revenue, financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting, financial

    management.

    6

    2 Accounting Process

    GAPP, double entry system, ten point book keeping system, journal, ledger, cash book, trial

    balance, final account, provision and reserves, depreciation accounting, preparation of profit and loss

    account and balance sheet as per companies act, 1956, interpretation of financial statements.

    13

    3 Project Accounts

    Methods of recording and reporting site accounts to project office and from project office to

    head office through accounting standard number 7.

    9

    4 Financial Management

    Financial statement analysis, ratio analysis, fund flow, cash flow analysis, source of finance.

    Estimating working capital needs and factors affecting it, financing working capital needs,

    sources, procedures and practice in construction industry, break even analysis.

    12

    5 Corporate taxing and tax planning, joint ventures, financial packaging of project. 5

    Practical content

    Tutorials on construction finance

    ♦ Terms related to finance & accounts.

    ♦ Generally accepted accounting procedures.

  • ♦ Preparation of journal.

    ♦ Preparation of final account / balance sheet.

    ♦ Interpretation of financial statements.

    ♦ Estimation of working capital

    ♦ Break even analysis.

    ♦ Tax planning.

    Minimum two visits to construction account & finance department of construction firms.

    Text Books

    1 Dr. D. R. Patel, Financial Management, Atul Publication.

    2 I. M. Pandey, Financial Management, Vikas Publication.

    Reference Books

    1 Bhattacharya S. K., John Dearden, Accounting for Management, Vani Educational Books, Bombay

    2 Mott C.H, Accounting and Finance Management for Construction Vol. I, John Wiley, New York

    3 EPPS B.G., Whiteman D. E, Cost Accounting for Construction Firms, John Wiley, New York.

    4 Corniman D, Construction Management: Planning & Finance, Construction Press, London.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester III Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 315 Subject Name Contracts Administration

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 3 0 3 Theory 60 40 100

    Hours 3 0 3 Practical 00 00 00

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide exposure and knowledge to the students of legal aspects of construction projects, of construction

    contract, of issues related to contract administration. To expose students of various disputes resolution

    techniques including arbitration.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Stages in contracting

    Preparation of tender documents estimating, pre-qualification, bid evaluation, award of contract,

    project financing and contract payments, contracts close out and completion. Need for

    documents, present stage of national and international contract documents, types of construction

    contracts, roles and functions of parties to the contract.

    9

    2 Contract conditions

    Interpretation by parties to contract, obligations and responsibilities of the parties, protection and

    indemnification, bonds and insurance, laws and liens, subsurface conditions, inspection of work,

    change of work, rejected work and deficiencies.

    11

    3 Office Engineering

    Proper record keeping in contract administering, establishment of standard procedures,

    coordination between various agencies involved, providing data for interpretation of contract

    clauses. Special aspects of contract management.

    13

    4 Arbitration

    Comparison of Actions and Laws-Agreements, subject matter-Violations-Appointment of

    Arbitrators-Conditions of Arbitrations-Powers and duties of Arbitrator-Rules of Evidence

    Enforcement of Award-costs. Causes and resolution of disputes, settlement of claims and extra

    items, arbitration. Indian Contract Act-1872, Arbitration& conciliation act-1996.

    12

    Practical content

  • Tutorials on construction finance

    ♦ Terms related to finance & accounts.

    ♦ Generally accepted accounting procedures.

    ♦ Preparation of journal.

    ♦ Preparation of final account / balance sheet.

    ♦ Interpretation of financial statements.

    ♦ Estimation of working capital

    ♦ Break even analysis.

    ♦ Tax planning.

    Minimum two visits to construction account & finance department of construction firms.

    Text Books

    1 Dr. D. R. Patel, Financial Management, Atul Publication.

    2 I. M. Pandey, Financial Management, Vikas Publication.

    Reference Books

    1 Bhattacharya S. K., John Dearden, Accounting for Management, Vani Educational Books, Bombay

    2 Mott C.H, Accounting and Finance Management for Construction Vol. I, John Wiley, New York

    3 EPPS B.G., Whiteman D. E, Cost Accounting for Construction Firms, John Wiley, New York.

    4 Corniman D, Construction Management: Planning & Finance, Construction Press, London.

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester IV Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 401 Subject Name Dissertation Phase II

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 12 12 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 24 24 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    Students can identify recent trend in structural engineering, they can do literature review on their respective

    topics, and they can compile their results and get solid conclusion on their selected topic.

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 The Topic is assigned to the students immediately after the second semester

    examination. The preliminary work involved is related to a state-of-art literature review,

    identification of the area and finalization of the specific problem, with clearly defined

    title. The presentation of the preliminaries is addressed as the 1st stage seminar of the

    proposed dissertation work. The candidate is expected to present the plan of action and

    review of the published work related to the area.

    After obtaining the approval along with necessary modification from the jury, the

    candidate proceeds for the second stage of the dissertation work.

    The second stage of dissertation work, which can be termed as the core part can be

    carried out at any of the advanced institutions, laboratories, centre-of-excellence places,

    with whom prior permission is obtained through University.

    Its mandatory to publish/present research paper in national/international journal

    or conference

  • GANPAT UNIVERSITY

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Programme Master of Technology Branch/Spec. Structural Engineering

    Semester IV Version 2.0.0.0

    Effective from Academic Year 2018-19 Effective for the batch Admitted in 2018-19

    Subject code 3 SE 402 Subject Name Structural Engineering Training -II

    Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks)

    (Per week) Lecture

    (DT)

    Practical

    (Lab.)

    Total CE SEE Total

    L TU P TW

    Credit 0 2 2 Theory 00 00 00

    Hours 0 4 4 Practical 60 40 100

    Pre-requisites:

    Learning Outcome:

    To provide practical exposer to the students for project execution through field training and experience on

    various construction site

    Theory syllabus

    Unit Content Hrs

    1 Students have to submit final comprehensive report on

    1. Structural Engineering Training Report in 1st week

    Preliminary information of project, Types of Structure,

    2. Structural Engineering Training Report in 2nd week

    Various structural drawing for project. Check drawing according to codal provision

    3. Structural Engineering Training Report in 3rd week

    Various challenges for execution of work

    4. Structural Engineering Training Report in 4th week

    Checklist for reinforcement, estimation and costing

    60