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Dev Bhoomi Institute of Technology Dehradun www.dbit.ac.in Affiliated to
Uttrakhand Technical University, Dehradun
SEMESTER-V S.N. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT PERIODS EVALUATION SCHEME SESSIONAL EXAM ESE Subject Total L T P CT TA Total 1 TCE-501 Design Of RC Element 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 2 TCE-502 Structural analysis-2 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 3 TCE-503 Hydrology 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 TCE-504 Water resource engg 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 5 TCE-505 Environmental engg-2 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 6 TCE-506 Soil Mechanics and engg geology 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 PRACTICALS 1. PC PCE-501 Structural Analysis lab 0 0 3 10 15 25 25 50 2. PCE-502 Soil Mechanics lab 0 0 3 10 15 25 25 50 Total 1000
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept of Surveying. UNIT 1- (5L) Properties of Concrete: Compressive strength, tensile strength, stress-strain behavior, modulus of elasticity, shrinkage, creep, characteristic strength, grades of concrete, design stress-strain curve of concrete, reinforcing steel, types and grades, stress-strain curve. UNIT 2- (3L) Basic Concepts of Reinforced Concrete Design: Working stress and limit state design methods. UNIT 3- (8L) Design of R.C Beams in Flexure: Singly and doubly reinforced rectangular/flanged sections, design for shear, bond and anchorage of reinforcement, limit states of deflection and cracking. UNIT 4- (5L) Design for Torsion: Design of RC beams subjected to torsion. UNIT 5- (5L) One-way and two-way slabs, design of staircases. UNIT 6- (6L) Design of compression members for axial loads and axial load plus uniaxial moment. UNIT 7- (4L) Foundation types, design of isolated footings, introduction to combined footings. UNIT 8- (6L) Stability analysis of retaining wall, design of gravity, cantilever types retaining walls.
Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Design of Reinforced Concrete Elements
Course Code:TCE-501 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours
Text books: 1.Shah,V.L. et.al., Limit State Theory and Design of Reinforced Concrete, Structures Publications. 2. Pillai ,S.U. and Menon, D., Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw-Hill. 3. Varghese,P.C., Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, Prentice-Hall. 4. Park, R. and Pauley, T., Reinforced Concrete Structures, John Wiley. 5. Gambhir, M.L., Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete Design, Prentice-Hall of India.
Reference Books: 1.Sharma Neelam, Reinforced Cement Concrete Design , Katson Publication. 2.Bhatia Rajeev, RCC Design, Eagle Publication.
Course Outcome Description CO1 A description about the behavior of the materials used in civil construction e.g. Steel and Concrete. Their Mechanical, Chemical and Physical properties and how they replaced the masonary construction into RCC construction. CO2 Students can have better understanding about the basic concept of reinforced concrete design by using working stress method, ultimate load method and limit state method. Their merits and demerits. CO3 An idea that shows how to design a structural members like beam in flexure, shear and bonding by using different methods of design. CO4 Students will be able to design structural member that can resist torsional force and provide a torsional reinforcement. CO5 An idea about the design of slab that can be one way or two way slab and how to provide the bars and both direction of the slab with LSM. Also design process of staircase. CO6 Students can able to design a compression member in building either that is axially loaded column or eccentrically loaded column. CO7 An introduction about the footing and types of footing and how to design an isolated footing that can safely bear the ultimate design load from the superstructure and transfer to the subgrade. CO8 A brief introduction about the retaining walls that are used in many ways to retain the earth work and their stability against external forces.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept of solid mechnics and strength of material. Unit-I (7L) Influence Line Diagram: Influence line diagram for reaction, shear force, bending moment through basic concept.Qualitative ILD and its application. Muller bresslau principle to draw ILD of determinate and indeterminate beams. ILD for moving train load and movimg UDL, and absolute maximumbending moment.
Unit-II (5L) : Slope Deflect ion Method. Detemination of kinematic indeterminacy and degree of f reedom. Analysis of indeterminate structures and continuous beams using slope delfection method. Use of displacement aproach. Fixed end monents and thei r derivations for various end condit ions. Unit-III (8L)
Moment Distribution Method: Displacement aproach in MDM. Distribution of moments for various end conditions. Carryover moment concept, stiffness factor and carryover factor. Distribution factor for joints and their applicationin the distribution of moments. Sway and nonsway type portal frame and their analysis. Unit-IV (8L)
Matrix method of structural analysis: Force method and displacement method aproach. (a) Stiffness matrix method of analysis.Stiffness and its types and application for flexural members. (b) Analysis of trusses using stiffness matrix method. (c) Flexibility matrix method of analysis. Flexibility and its type and its application to the flexuralmembers.n Unit-V (8L)
Plastic analysis:Concept of plasticity, bilinear behaviour of steel structures. Assumptions of plastic analysis, elastic moment,plastic moment capacity. Plastic hingesand their development . Upper boumd theorem and Lower bound theorem. Calculation of shape factor, Load factor and relation between them. Collapse load calculation using upper bound theorem. Principle of virtual work and its use in collapse load calculation. Textbooks: 1. S Ramamrutham : Theoryofstructure 2. C S Reddy: Basic concept of structure Analysis 3.. Matrixmethodofstructuralanalysisurveying : C Natarajan, P. Revathi, prentice hall india ReferenceBook:
1. RCHibller: Srructure Analysis, Pearson 2. Structural analysis vol-I, Vol-II,: SS Bhavikatti VPH 3. structural analysis vol-I, Vol-II :Dr. R Vaidyanathan, Dr. Perumal: Laxmi publication Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology S E M E S T E R : V D e p a r t m e n t o f C i v i l E n g i n e e r i n g Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core C r e d i t : 4 Total Contact Hours: 36 L T P - 3 - 1 - 0 External Marks/Internal Marks:100/50 Course Title: Structure Analysis-II Course Code:TCE-502 Duration of External Exam:3 Hours
Course Outcome D e s c r i p t i o n C O 1 Students will be ableundertand the effect of movimg load on aspan like bridge, beam, girder etc and use the cocept in design. C O 2 Students can analyse the indeterminate structure like continuous beam, girder for different available loadings on it. All the degree of freedom can be analysed and used in design purpose. C O 3 As per difficulty level of the problems various methods can be used to analyse the structures. These methods can be used to analyse indeterminate structures. C O 4 All type of unknowns, like unknown displacements(slope and deflections), redundant forces can be analysed and determined using the matrix method. C O 5 Students will be able to understand the plastic behaviour of structure beyond yeild limit.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge about the science of water UNIT 1 (3L) Hydrology Cycle and Budget: Definition, Spacetime scale sun hydrology, hydrologic cycle and budget. UNIT 2 (5L) Precipitation Measurement and Analysis: Precipitation variability, rainfall and snow measurement technique s ,design of Precipitation gauging network, consistency of rain record ,filling up of missing record , estimation of mean are rainfall , IDF and DAD analysis, snow measurement and Determination of snow melt. UNIT 3 (5L) Hydrologic Abstraction: Infiltration, factors affecting infiltration, measurement of infiltration, empirical and analytical models of infiltration, evaporation :its measurement and estimation , evapo transpiration :its measurement and estimation, interception and depression storage ,rain harvesting ;Procedure and its design. UNIT 4 (7L) Stream Flow: Measurement of stream flow ,factors affecting stream flow, hydrograph analysis, base flow separation, unit hydrograph and curve number methods of steam flow determination ,synthetic unit hydrograph, hydrological modeling for stream flow estimation ,and methods for peak discharge estimation. UNIT 5 (6L) Frequency Analysis: Return period , random variable ,checks for persistency , frequency distributions ,frequency analysis of hydrological data. UNIT 6 (4L) Regression and Correlation Analysis: Dependent and independent variables ,simple correlation coefficient, method of least squares ,variance analysis ,partial correlation coefficient, simple and multiple regression analysis. UNIT 7 (6L) Ground Water: Aquifers, hydraulic conductivity , transmissivity ,well hydraulics. UNIT 8 (6L) Flood Routing: Governing equations ,reservoir flood routing ,hydrologic routing: Muskingum method. Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: :Hydrology Course Code:TCE-503 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours
Text books: 1. Singh.V.P.,ELEMENTARY HYDROLOGY,Prentice hall, 1992 2. Chow.V.T.,Maidment, D.R and Mays, W.L., Applied 3. Hydrology,McGraw Hill, 1988 Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will be able to know the hydrologic cycle, which describes the continuous movement of water on,above and below the surface of the Earth. CO2 Awareness will be developed of various types of precipitation and analysis of precipitation CO3 student will be able to know that precipitation either directly generates surface runoff or is abstracted, which includes infiltration into groundwater or interflow, evaptranspiration through plants, interception by vegetation, or depression storage CO4 Students will be able to stream flow, or channel runoff, is the flow of water in streams, rivers, and other channels, and is a major element of the water cycle. It is one component of the runoff of water from the land to water bodies, the other component being surface runoff CO5 Its help to have a descriptive statistical method that shows the number of occurrences of each rainfall by the respondents. When using frequency analysis, we can also calculate the mean, median and mode to help us analyze the results and draw conclusions. CO6 Regression analysis involves identifying the relationship between a dependent variable and one or more independent variables. A model of the relationship is hypothesized, and estimates of the parameter values are used to develop an estimated regression equation CO7 Students will be able to describe how groundwater is affected by porosity and permeability of geologic materials with respect to different types of aquifers. Compare and contrast potential well use CO8 Use of flood routing in hydrologic studies is in computing natural flood hydrographs for long-term gagging stations on streams where major storage reservoirs are present
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of Basic background on Fluid Mechanics and Mathematics. Unit-I (4L) Water Resources of India, need of Irrigation and Power of India, need of harnessing water, importance and impact of irrigation and hydropower on environment, planning of water resources projects. Unit-II (4L) Soil water relationships, consumptive use (evapo-transpiration), water assessment of crops, requirement and frequency of irrigation, method of irrigation. Unit-III (8L) Canal irrigation, Planning, alignment and capacity of irrigation canal systems, delivery of water to farms, management of canal irrigation including operation, maintenance and performance evaluation of canal irrigation system. Unit-IV (8L) Hydraulics and design of stable channels including alluvial ones, introduction of concept related to sediment transport in alluvial channel carrying clear and sediment-laden water. Unit-V (6L) Surface and sub-surface flow considerations for design of hydraulic structures. Unit-VI (10L) Design of Diversion headwork, design of canals regulation structures, types and design of falls and design of sarda falls, glacis falls, types of cross drainage structures and their design. Unit-VII (2L) General Features of hydropower scheme.
Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Core Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Water Resources Engineering Course Code:TCE-504 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hrs
Text books: 1. Singh, B., Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering, 9th Ed., Nem Chand & Bros 2. Asawa, G.L., Irrigation and water Resources Engineering, New Age International. 3. Ranga Raju, K.G., Flow through open Channels, 2nd Ed., Tata McGraw-Hill. 4. Yanmaz M. ,Applied Water Resources Engineering, METU Press, 2013
Reference Book: 1. Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering by Bharat Singh 2. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures : Water Resources Engineering - Vol. I 3. Irrigation Water Resources and Water Power Engineering by P.N. Modi 4. Varshney, R.S., Hydro power Structures including canal Structures and small Hydro, 4th Edition Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will be able to the basic requirements of irrigation and various irrigation techniques, requirements of the crops CO2 Have knowledge of irrigation techniques, efficiencies, optimal irrigation of the fields, consumptive water requirements of the crops and crop types. CO3 Understand the basic concepts of the canal planning, designing & maintenance. CO4 Know the details and the aim of construction of different type of the canal and be able to follow the basic design calculations. CO5 Student will be able to understand the flow characteristics beneath the hydraulic structures. CO6 Know the details of various cross drainage structures & falls and at which condition, what structures is provided. CO7 Be familiar with the Hydropower generation and various elements of the hydro electric scheme.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge about the environmental engineering problems and the impact of human activities on the environment. Unit-I (6L) Wastewater Collection: Plumbing, types of sewers, design considerations, construction & maintenance, storm water sewers. Unit-II (2L) Wastewater Characterization: Constituents. Unit-III (2L) Wastewater Treatment: On site and centralized treatment systems. Unit-IV (3L) Pre-and Primary Treatment: Screen, grit removal, oil and grease removal. Unit-V (9L) Secondary Treatment: Activated sludge process, conventional and extended aeration, waste stabilization ponds, UASB process, UASB post treatment. Unit-VI (2L) Advanced Wastewater Treatment. Unit-VII (4L) Wastewater and sludge Disposal: Reuse systems, wastewater disposal on land and water bodies, disposal of sludge. Unit-VIII (6L) Municipal Solid Waste: Collection, characterization, transport, treatment & Disposal Unit-IX (8L) Types of Industrial Waste: Liquid, solid, atmospheric and hazardous wastes: Characterization and treatment. Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Environmental Engg-II Course Code:TCE-505 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours
Text books: 1.Sontosh Kumar Garg, Environmental engineering (Vol. II)Khanna publishers 2.B.C. Punmia Environmental engineering II Reference Book: 1.Davis, M.L. and Cornwell, D.A., Introduction to Environmental Engineering, McGraw Hill.
2 Master, G.M.Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science, Prentice Hall of India. 3.Peavy, H.S., Rowe, D.R. and Tchobanoglous, G., Environmental Engineering, McGraw Hill. . Course Outcome Description CO1 The course gives students an introduction to the basic theories for water, wastewater and storm water. storm water calculation and applying a selected set of methods for design and analysis of sewer CO2 Students will gain knowledge about characteristics of waste water (amount and composition) CO3 Students will be able to understand the fundamental of wastewater treatment and the difference between on site treatment and centralize treatment and how they will work. CO4 Students will gain knowledge about primary and preliminary treatment of wastewater and also will be able to design the grit chamber CO5 Students will gain knowledge about the different methods of secondary treatment and will be able to formulate a preliminary design of waste water treatment plant CO6 The course develops competence in student in management of advance waste water treatment processes including disinfection treatment of wastewater, tertiary filtration, basic and advance phosphorus removal CO7 Student will be able to understand engineering , financial and technical options for waste management and also will gain the knowledge about treatment and disposal techniques; economics of onsite vs. offsite waste management options CO8 The course develops understanding of problems of municipal waste, hazardous waste, and focuses on the control of waste resulting from the domestic and commercial activities CO9 Provides students, focuses on the control of wastewater resulting from the processing of a variety o industrial material. Methods of waste limitation; impact; minimization; and the treatment of waste.
Prerequisite: Student should have the basic knowledge of strength of materials and Geology. Unit-I (2L) Introduction:A brief idea of soil and role of soil mechanics in civil engineering. Unit-II (3L) Soil Formation: Soil types, Composition, Three phase relations. Unit-III (7L) Compaction: General principles, tests, factors affecting compaction, field compaction, compaction techniques. Unit-IV (8L) Capillarity, Permeability: Darcys law, determination of permeability, equivalent permeability in stratified soil, insitu permeability test, 1-D flow, Laplaces equation, flow nets, seepage, uplift pressure, confined and unconfined flows, piping, filter criteria Unit-V (7L) Compressibility and Consolidation: Fundamentals, 1-D consolidation,normally and over-consolidation clays, void ratio-pressure relationships,compressibility characteristics, time rate of consolidation, coefficient ofconsolidation, curve fitting techniques, settlement, secondary consolidation,3-D consolidation, vertical sand drains. Unit-VI (8L) Shear Strength of Soil: Principle of effective stress, Mohr-Coulomb failure criterion, direct shear test, unconfined compression test, Triaxial shear test: consolidated drained, consolidated undrained, unconsolidated undrained, vane shear test, shear strength of clays and sands, critical void ratio, stress path, pore-pressure coefficient. Unit-VII (3L) Geological Processes: Rock forming minerals, rock types and their engineering properties. Unit-VIII (4L) Structural Geology: Dip, strike, faults, folds, joints, their formation andimportance in respect of civil engineering structures, rock mass movements,causes of landslides.
Dev Bhoomi Institute of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: intermediate Course Type: Core Credit: 3 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks:100/50 Course Title: Soil Mechanics and Engineering Geology
Course Code:TCE-506 Duration of External Exam:3Hours
Textbooks: 1. Ranjan, G. and Rao, A.S.R., Basics and Applied Soil Mechanics, New
AgeInternationalPublishers 2. Das, B.M., Principles of Geotechnical Engineering, Thomson Asia. 3. Craig, R.F., Craigs soil mechanics, Taylor and Francis group ReferenceBook:
1. Murthy, V.N.S., Text Book of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, CBS Publishers
2. Holtz, R.D. Kovacs, W.D., An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering, Prentice Hall.
3. Lambe, T.W. and Whitman, R.V., Soil Mechanics, John Wiley and Sons Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will come to know the need for studying soil mechanics in civil engineering CO2 This topic gives an idea of different types of soil and different soil deposits in India to the students CO3 Students will come to know about different techniques used for compacting different types of soils CO4 Students will develop a proficiency to calculate permeability in soil seepage under the different water retaining structures, CO5 Students will be able to calculate settlement of a footing under primary and secondary consolidation CO6 Students will be able to calculate shear strength parameters of soil and shear strength of soil CO7 Students will get a fair idea of soil forming rocks CO8 Students will get an idea of geology in civil engineering
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS LAB (PCE -501)
1. Redundant Joint apparatus 2. Elasticity coupled beam apparatus 3. Deflection of truss apparatus 4. Three hinged arch apparatus 5. Beam model 6. Two hinged arch apparatus 7. Elastic properties of deflected beam apparatus 8. Coloum apparatus 9. Portal frame Apparatus 10. Curved Member Apparatus
SOILMECHANICS LAB (PCE -502) 1. Sieve Analysis 2. Hydrometer Analysis 3. Liquid &Plastic Limit |Test 4. Shrinkage Limit Test 5. Proctor Compaction Test 6. Relative Density 7. In Situ Density-Core Cutter &Sand Replacement 8. Permeability Test 9. Direct Shear Test 10. Specific gravity determination of coarse and fine grained soils 11. Static Cone Penetration Test 12. Standard/Dynamic cone penetration test
SEMESTER-VI S.N. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT PERIODS EVALUATION SCHEME SESSIONAL EXAM ESE Subject Total L T P CT TA Total 1 TCE-601 Design of RC structures 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 2 TCE-602 Design of steel Elements 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 3 TCE-603 Foundation engineering 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 TCE-604 Transportation Engg-1 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 5 TCE-605 Theory & Application Of GIS & GPS 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 6 TCE-606 Principles of management 2 1 0 15 10 25 50 75 PRACTICALS 2. PC PCE-601 Environmental lab 0 0 3 10 15 25 50 75 2. PCE-602 Transportation lab 0 0 3 10 15 25 25 50 - Discipline 0 0 2 0 0 50 0 50 Total 1000
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept of Surveying. UNIT 1- (5L) Design of continuous RC beams, moment redistribution. UNIT 2- (5L) Design loads on buildings, wind and earthquake loads. UNIT 3- (8L) Analysis and design of RC framed buildings; Framing systems, member proportioning, loadings, static and dynamic analysis and component design, provisions of ductile detailing. UNIT 4- (6L) Design of T-beams bridge, standard specifications and general design considerations. UNIT 5- (8L) Design of overhead water tanks, general design consideration for circular & Intze tanks. UNIT 6- (8L) Pre-stressed concrete: Materials, prestressing systems, stress analysis & losses of prestress, design of simple beams.
Text books: 1. Jain A.K., Reinforced Concrete, Limit State Design, 5th Ed., Nem Chand & Bros. 2. Krishna, J. and Jain O.P., Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol.2, Nem Chand & Bros. 3. Pillai, S.U. and Menon, D., Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw-Hill. 4. Sinha, S.N., Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw-Hill.
Reference Book: 1. Sharma Neelam, Reinforced Cement Concrete Design , Katson Publication. 2. Punmia B.C., RCC Design , Laxmi Publication. Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: VI Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 40 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title:Design of RC structures Course Code:TCE-601 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours Course Outcome Description CO1 Able to design the beam by using different methods of design and relate them as practically. CO2 Students can have better understanding about the various kinds of loads that a structure can bear in the whole life. Description and understanding about the earthquake load. CO3 Able to design the different structural members of a framed building and analyze them by using software and practically. CO4 Students will be able to understanding about the bridge structures and
design analysis of the T-Beam bridge with various forces to be act. CO5 Understanding about the overhead water tank and design analysis of circular & Intze tank. CO6 Study about prestressing concrete and their uses in construction. Also to study about the stress analysis and losses of prestress.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept R.C.C. and Strength of mechanics Unit-I (2L) Introduction: Introduction, properties of structural steel, I.S. rolled sections, I.S. specifications. Unit-II (2L) Design approach: Design approach, elastic method, limit state design. Unit-III (3L) Bolted and welded connections: Connections, simple and moment resistant riveted, bolted and welded connections. Unit-IV (3L) Tension members: Tension members, steel members subject to axial tension. Unit-V (3L) Compression members: Compression members, struts and columns. Unit-VI (3L) Trusses: Roof trusses, roof & side coverings, design loads, purlins, members, end bearings. Unit-VII (5L) Built-up sections: Built-up columns, beams, stability of flange and web, built-up sections. Unit-VIII (4L) Plate-girders: Plate-girders including stiffeners, splices and curtailment of flange plates. Unit-IX (5L) Grillage footings: Beam column, stability consideration, Interation formulae, column bases, slab base, gusseted base and grillage footings.
Text books: 4. S K Duggal : ,Design of Steel Structures, TMH 5. A K jain: ,Comprehensive design of Steel Structures, Laxmi publication 6. A K Upadhyay: , Steel structure, Katson publication Reference Book:
1. A.S.and Ajmani : Design of Steel Structures, 2. Negi, L.S.,: Design of Steel Structures Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: VI Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit:4 Total Contact Hours: 30 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Design of steel elements Course Code:TCE-602 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours Course Outcome Description CO1 Recognize the manufacturing process and the material properties of steel products CO2 Recognize the design philosophy of steel structures and have concept on limit state design CO3 Understand the properties, various forms of failure for member connections and their limitation. CO4 Students recognized the various types of tension member in the steel structure and understand the various modes of tension members failure.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept of Soil mechanics. Unit-I (3L) Introduction: Role of civil engineer in the selection, design and construction of foundation of civil engineering structures, brief review of soil mechanics principles used in foundation engineering Unit-II (4L) Soil Exploration: Methods of soil exploration; boring, sampling, penetration tests, correlations between penetration resistance and soil design parameters. Unit-III (6L) Earth Pressure and Retaining Walls: Earth pressure at rest, active and passive earth pressure, Rankine and Coulombs earth pressure theories, earth pressure due to surcharge, retaining walls, stability analysis of retaining walls, proportioning and design of retaining walls. Unit-IV (11L) Foundations: Types of foundations, mechanism of load transfer in shallow and deep foundations, shallow foundations, Terzaghis bearing capacity theory, computation of bearing capacity in soils, effect of various factors, use of field test data in design of shallow foundations, stresses below the foundations, settlement of footings and rafts, proportioning of footings and rafts, sheeting and bracing of foundation excavation. Unit-V (5L) Pile Foundation: Types and method of construction, estimation of pile capacity, capacity and settlement of group of piles, proportioning of piles. Unit-VI (4L)
CO5 Students able to recognized the various types of compressive member in the steel structure and understand their failure. CO6 Recognize the various types of roof trusses, their elements and classification CO7 Students learn to design the Built-up columns and about their elements and condition CO8 Students learn to design the Plate-girders CO9 Students are understand and learn to design column bases, slab base, gusseted base and grillage footing Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: VI Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 5 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-2/2 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Foundation Engineering Course Code:TCE-603 Duration of External Exam:
Well Foundations: Methods of construction tilt and shift, remedial measures, bearing capacity, settlement and lateral stability of well foundation. Unit-VII (5L) Slopes: Mode of failure- mechanism, stability analysis of infinite slopes, methods of slices, Bishops simplified method. Unit-VIII (4L) Machine Foundations: Types of machine foundations, mathematical models, response of foundation soil system to machine excitation, cyclic plate load test, block resonance test, criteria for design.
Text books: 7. G. Ranjan and R.S Rao , Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics,NewAge.2000 8. B.CD. Punamiya and A K jain: , Soil mechanics and foundations, Laxmi publication 9. A K Upadhyay: , Soil and foundation engineering, Katson publication Reference Book: 1. Das,B.M.,PrinciplesofFoundationEngineering,PWS.2004 2. Som, N.N. and Das, S.C., Theory and Practice of Foundation Design, Prentice-Hall.2003 3. Peck, R.B, Hanson, W.E. and Thornburn, T.H., Foundation Engineering, John Wiley. 1974 Course Outcome Description CO1 The students shall be able to assess suitability and behavior of foundation. CO2 Students will be able to explore various types of soil with the help of various techniques. CO3 Students will be able to design and analyze various retaining wall on the basis of various earth pressure CO4 Students will be able to design Types of shallow foundations on the basis of different criteria. CO5 Students will be able to design a type of deep foundation namely pile foundation on the basis of different parameters. CO6 Students will be able to design a type of deep foundation namely well foundations used in bridges and will get an idea of working methodology of well foundation CO 7 Students will be able to analyze slopes mechanism and how to stabilize various slopes with the help of different methods CO8 Students will be able to understand the types of foundation used to bear load of machines along with vibration and design it suitably.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of surveying and some construction Materials. Unit-I (6L) Highway Development and Planning: Historical Development, road patterns, master plans, road development plans, PMGSY, engineering surveys, highway projects. Unit-II (6L) Highway Material and Testing: Subgrade Soil, Sub base and base course materials, bituminous materials, testing of soils, stone aggregates and bitumen. Unit-III (6L) Highway Geometric Design: Cross Section elements, sight distances, horizontal and vertical alignment. Unit-IV (8L) Traffic Engineering: Traffic characteristics, road user & vehicular characteristics, traffic studies, accident studies, traffic operations, traffic control devices, intelligent transport systems, pollution due to traffic. Unit-V (6L) Design of Highway Pavements: Flexible Pavements and their design, review of old methods, CBR method, IRC:37-2001, equivalent single wheel load factor, rigid pavements, stress in rigid pavement, IRC design method (IRC:58-2002). Unit-VI (6L) Highway Construction: Construction of various layers, earthwork, WBM, GSB, WMM, various types of bituminous layers, joints in rigid pavements. Unit-VII (4L) Highway Maintenance: Various type of failures, evaluation and remedial measures. Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: VI Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Core Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 42 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 100/50 Course Title: Transportation Engineering-I Course Code:TCE-604 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hrs
1. Khanna, S.K. and Justo, C.E.G., Highway Engineering, Nem Chand & Bros. 2. Khanna, S.K. and Justo, C.E.G., Highway Material Testing Manual, Nem Chand & Bros. 3. Kadiyali, L.R., Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning, Khanna Publishers.
Reference Book: 1. Sharma, S.K., Principles and Design of Highway Engineering, S.Chand & CO. 2. Papacostas, C.S. and Prevedouros, P.D., Transportation Engineering and Planning. 3. Jotin Khisty, C. and Kent Lall,B., Transportation Engineering- An Introduction, Prentice Hall
Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will be able to understand the Indian Road history CO2 Familiar to the various highway materials ant their testing. CO3 Given basic information, prepare a horizontal and vertical alignment, including super elevation. CO4 Understand basic traffic stream parameters and models, traffic flow models, and queuing theory. [ CO5 Students knows the designing of Road pavement by different methods. CO6 Students will be familiar to various layers of Road pavement CO7 Understanding of various pavement failures and its maintenance.
Prerequisite: Student should have the knowledge of basic concept of surveying. Unit-I (7L) Introduction: Fundamentals of GPS: Components of GPS, GPS receivers, reference coordinates systems datums, geoids, ellipsoid, WGS 84 system, time, signal propagation through atmosphere-their modeling and estimation, satellite Orbit. Unit-II (6L) GPS Signals: Navigational data. GPS Data: Collection methods static positioning, kinematic positioning pseudo-kinematic and stop & go, observation planning and strategy. Unit-III (5L) Introduction- Geographical concepts and terminology, difference between image processing system and GIS. Utility of GIS, various GIS packages and their salient features, essential components of a GIS. Data acquisition through scanners and digitizers, methods of digitization Unit-IV (5L) Raster and vector data- Data storage, verification and editing. Rectification and registration, interpolation of data. Database Structure Hierarchical data, network systems, relational database. Unit-V (5L) Data manipulation and analysis- Spatial and mathematical operations on data, area analysis, query-based analysis. Applications of GPS & GIS for various natural resources mapping & monitoring and for engineering applications.
Textbooks: 10. Burrough, P.A. and McDonnell, R.A.,-Principles of Geographic Information for Land Resources Assessment, Oxford University Press 1998 11. Demers, M.N., Fundamentals of Geographic Information System, 3rd Ed.,John Wiley 2005 ReferenceBook:
3. Legg, C.A., Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System, John Wiley. 1999
Dev. Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: V Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Expert Course Type: Core Credit: 4 Total Contact Hours: 28 LTP -3-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks:100/50 Course Title: Theory and application of GPS and GIS
Course Code:TCE-605 Duration of External Exam: 3 Hours Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will be able to understand about component of GPS and GPS receiver.
Pre-requisites No Objectives- 1.Knowledge of Management principal. 2.Planning approach to organiztional behaviour. 3.Devloping leadership skillsamong students
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (THU-608)
UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT: Theories of management: Traditional behavioral, contingency and systems approach. Organization as a system. UNIT 2 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION: Interaction with external environment. Managerial decision making and MIS. UNIT 3 PLANNING APPROACH TO ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS: design of organization structure; job design and enrichment; job evaluation and merit rating. UNIT 4 MOTIVATION AND PRODUCTIVITY: Theories of motivation, leadership styles and managerial grid. Co-ordination, monitoring and control in organizations. Techniques of control. Japanese management techniques. Case studies. TEXT BOOK: 1. Peter Drucker, Harper and Row: The Practice of Management. 2. Koontz: Essentials of Management, PHI Learning. CO2 Recognize the navigational data and methods and planning of GPS. CO3 Understand the geographical concept and utility about GPS. CO4 Students recognize the verification and editing and interpolation of data.. CO5 Students able to understand about data manipulation and application of GPS and GIS for natural sources for engineering. Dev Bhoomi Institute Of Technology SEMESTER: VI Department of Civil Engineering Course Level: Beginner Course Type: Cross Dept. Credit: 3 Total Contact Hours: 24 LTP -2-1-0 External Marks/Internal Marks: 50/25 Course Title: Principles of Management Course Code: THU-60 Duration of External Exam: 2 Hours
3. Staner: Management, PHI Learning. 4. Daft: Principles of Management, Cengage Learning. 5. T. N. Chhabra: Principle and Practice of Management, Dhanpat Rai, New Delhi. 6. Hirschey: Managerial Economics, Cengage Learning. 7. T. R. Banga and S.C. Sharma: Industrial Organisation and Engineering Economics, Khanna Publishers. 8. O.P. Khanna: Industrial Engineering and Management, Dhanpat Rai. 9. Joel Dean: Managerial Economics, PHI learning. 10. V. L. Mote, Samuel Paul and G.S. Gupta: Managerial Economics Concepts & Cases, TMH, New Delhi. Course Outcome Description CO1 Students will get the knowledge of Basic management concepts CO2 Students will get the knolwlegr of Management Information along with the external environment CO3 Students will get the basic knowledge of organization structure and job evaluation CO4 Students will get the concepts of Leadership, Decision making and Economic, and Japanese management techniques ENVIRONMENTAL LAB (PCE 601) LIST OF PRACTICALS/APPARATUS 1. Determination of turbidity, colour, and conductivity. 2. Determination of pH , alkalinity and acidity. 3. Determination of hardness and chlorides. 4. Determination of residual chlorine and chlorine demand. 5. Determination of dissolved oxygen. 6. Measurement of air pollutants with high volume sampler. 7. Measurement of sound level with sound level meter. TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB (PCE-602) List of experiments/Apparatus A. Test of bitumen 1. Specific gravity test of bitumen 2. Ductility test of bitumen 3. Flush point and fire point test of bitumen 4. Float test of bitumen 5. Penetration test of bitumen 6. Softening test of bitumen 7. Viscosity test of bitumen 8. Water content test of bitumen B. Test of Aggregate 1. Abrasion test of aggregate 2. Shape test (flakiness and elongation) of aggregate 3. Impact value test of aggregate
4. Specific gravity test of aggregate 5. Compressive strength test of aggregate C. Test of Tar 1. Viscosity of tar D. Test of bituminous mix 1. Marshal test for stability and flow value