CSVTU, B.E. VI Semester, CIVIL Engineering Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Structural Engineering Design-II Code: 320611 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1 Materials and Methods of Analysis
Properties of Structural Steel, I. S. Rolled Sections, I. S. Specifications, Elastic Analysis, Plastic
Analysis for steel beams and frames – plastic hinges, Collapse mechanism, plastic modulus, shape
factor.
Introduction to working stress method and Limit state method of design of steel structures, types of
loads and load combinations.
Unit 2 Fasteners and Tension Members
Riveted, Bolted and Welded Connections, Strength, Efficiency and Design of Joints, Advantages and
Disadvantages of Welded Joints, Design of Fillet and Butt Welds, Design of Eccentric Connections,
Introduction to high strength friction grip bolts.
Net Sectional Area, Design of Axially Loaded Tension Member, Steel Angles under tension
Unit 3 Compression Members and Column Bases
Modes of Failure of a Column, Buckling Failure: Euler’s Theory, Effective Length, Slenderness
Ratio, Design Formula: I.S. Code Formula, Design of Compression Members, Design of Built-Up
Compression Members: Laced and Battened Columns, Slab and Gusseted Bases.
Unit 4 Beams
Design Procedure, laterally supported and laterally unsupported beams, Built-Up Sections, Web
Crippling, Web Buckling, Curtailment of Flange Plates
Unit 5 Member Subjected To Combined Forces
Design of Member Subjected to combined forces, Eccentricity of Load, Interaction Formulae.
Eccentrically Loaded Base Plates.
Name of Text Books:
Design of Steel Structures – Arya, A.S., Ajmani, J.I. (Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee, U.P.)
Design of Steel Structures – Punmia, Jain & Jain (Laxmi Publications)
Name of Reference Books:
I.S. code of practice on steel structures
Design of Steel Structures – Duggal S.K. (Tata McGraw Hill)
Design of Steel Structures (Vol. – I & II) – Ram Chandra (Standard Book House, New Delhi)
Design of Steel Structures – Dayaratnam (Wheeler Publishing, New Delhi)
Design of Steel Structures – E.H.Gaylord and C.N. Gaylord (McGraw Hill, New York)
Steel Structures: Design and Behaviour – C.G.Salmon and J.E.Johnson (Harper and Row, New York)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Geotech Engineering-II Code: 320612 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1 STABILITY OF SLOPES
Embankment slopes, examples of embankment, road and earth dams, stability analysis for finite and
infinite slopes concept of factor of safety, friction circle method, method of slices, Bishop’s simplified
method, limiting values of factor of safety; critical conditions for the stability of earth dams.
Unit 2 Earth Pressure
Earth Pressure at rest, active and passive earth pressure, computations using Rankine’s and
Coloumb’s earth pressure theories, Rabhann’s and Culamaan’s graphical method, additional earth
pressure due to surcharge and earthquake loading.
Unit 3 SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS AND SETTLEMENTS
Common types of foundations with examples, brief illustration of situations where each one of them is
adopted, basis for design, review of major soil parameters used in proportioning of shallow
foundations, types and their selection bearing capacity, various method of determination of bearing
capacity, computation of bearing capacity in cohesion less and cohesive soils, effect of various factors
on bearing capacity, use of field test data, limits of settlement, differential and permissible settlement
of footing, rafts on sand using penetration and load test data, estimation of settlement of footing for
rigid and flexible, proportioning of footings.
Unit 4 WELL AND PILE FOUNDATIONS
Various types of caissons Situations where adopted, elements of wells, types, method of construction,
tilt and shift, remedial measures, bearing capacity and settlement, Terzaghi’s lateral stability analysis,
Pile Foundation, their types, criteria of selection of piles, outline of steps involved in proportioning,
bearing capacity and settlement of single and group of piles, design of pile groups and settlement of
pile group in clay, negative skin friction.
Unit 5 MACHINE FOUNDATION, CONTAMINATED AND EXPANSIVE SOIL
Introduction of machine foundation, types of machines and their foundations, Design criteria, Field
methods of determining design Parameters, block vibration test, response of block foundations under
vertical vibrations, I.S. code recommendations and foundation on expansive soil, identification of
expansive soil, contaminated soil, problems associated with contaminated and expansive soil, design
consideration of foundation on expansive soil, CNS soils.
Name of Text Books:
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication)
Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice (Vol-II) – Alam Singh (Asia Publishing House, New Delhi)
Name of Reference Books:
Basic and applied Soil Mechanics (Revised Edition) – Gopal Rajan and Rao A.S.R. (New Age, New
Delhi. 1998)
Foundation Engineering (2nd Edition) – Peck,R.B., Hanson (W.E. and Thornburn. W.H. Johan Wiley,
New York 1976)
Foundation design and Construction (5th Edition) – Tomlinson, M.J. (ELBS, Singpore. 1988)
Foundation Analysis and Designing – J.E. Bowles (McGraw Hill, New Delhi)
Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice (Vol. – II) – Alam Singh (Asia Publishing House, New Delhi,
1981)
Physical Methods of Soil Characterisation – J. Behari (Narosa Publishing Hall, New Delhi)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Environmental Engineering-I Code: 320613 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1 INTRODUCTION
Necessity and importance of water supply schemes.
Water demand
Classification of water demands, Estimation of quantity of water required by a town, per capita
demand, factors affecting per capita demand, design period and population forecasting, variation in
water demand.
Sources of water supply
Surface sources and underground sources, Intake works, site selection, type of intake works.
Unit 2 QUALITY OF WATER
Common impurities, physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water, water quality standards
for municipal and domestic supplies.
Water Processing
Object of water processing, flow diagrams of typical ground water system and surface water systems.
Sedimentation
Theory of sedimentation, sedimentation tanks and its types, design parameters related with
sedimentation tanks, sedimentation with coagulations, coagulants and coagulant aids, Jar test for
determining coagulant dosage.
Unit 3 Filtration
Theory of filtration, slow sand and rapid sand filters, Construction and operation.
Disinfection
Methods of disinfection, Chlorination, Types of chlorination, Break Point chlorination.
Unit 4 Softening
Methods of Softening, Iron Removal, Fluoridisation.
Distribution System
Methods of distribution, layout of distribution system, methods of analysis, pressure in the distribution
system, distribution reservoirs, functions and its types, storage capacity of distribution reservoir.
Unit 5 Air Pollution
Introduction, causes, sources, characteristics, effects of air pollution on plants, humans, animals and
materials and atmosphere, air pollution control methods and equipment.
Noise Pollution
Definition, sources, effects of noise pollution on humans, animals and non-living things, methods of
noise control.
Name of Text Books:
Water Supply Engineering – S.K. Garg (Khanna Publication).
Water Supply Engineering – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication, New Delhi)
Name of Reference Books:
Environmental Engineering – Peavy & Rowe (Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi).
Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering – G.S. Birdi (Dhanpat Rai Publications).
Introduction to Environmental Science – Y. Anjaneyulu (B.S. Publications)
Environmental Science and Engineering – Henry and Heinke (Pearson Education)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Transportation Engineering-II Code: 320614 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Historical development of railway in India. Merits of rail transportation, gauges and gauge problems, railway
track cross sections, coning of wheels, rail cross sections, weight of rail, length of rail, wear of rails, Creep of
rails, rail joints and welding of rails, advantages of welding.
Unit 2
Sleepers
Requirements, various types, spacing and density, rail fixtures, fastenings.
Ballast
Requirements, various types.
Geometrics
Grading, cant and cant deficiency, transition curves, widening of gauges on curves.
Unit 3
Points and Crossings, design of turnouts, various types of track junctions, signaling and interlocking,
classification of signals, control of movements of trains, interlocking of signal and points.
Unit 4
Tunnel Engineering
Consideration in tunneling shape and size, methods of tunnel, constructions, tunneling in soft soil and rocks,
lining of tunnels, ventilations, drainage of tunnels.
Unit 5
Harbour Engineering
Harbour layout, harbour works, break water, jetties, wharves, piers and berthing facilities, navigational aids,
port facilities, docks, transit sheds and ware houses, general layout of a port.
Name of Text Books:
Railway Engineering – S.C. Saxena & Arora (Dhanpat Rai Publications)
Tunneling Engineering – S.C. Saxena (Dhanpat Rai Publications)
Railway Engineering – Rangawala (Charotar Publications)
Name of Reference Books:
Harbour Engineering – Srinivas (———-)
Tunnel and Harbour – Seetharaman S. (Umesh Publications)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Construction Planning & Management Code: 320615 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 28 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Introduction
Objectives and functions of project management, project feasibility reports, Planning for construction projects,
Cost control in construction-importance, objectives of cost control, cost control systems.
Economics of Project management
Economic analysis of engineering projects, economic studies, sensitivity analysis, Introduction to
Management Information System (MIS)- definition, outline of MIS.
Unit 2
Scheduling
Scheduling Job layout and Line of balance, project management through networking PERT, CPM
Unit 3
Safety and Quality Control
Importance, causes of Accidents safety measures, responsibility for safety, safety benefits to various parties.
Quality control in construction: Importance, Elements of quality, Quality Assurance Techniques, Quality
Control Circles.
Total Quality Management in construction, Introduction, Elements of TQM, Approaches to total quality,
difference between traditional management and TQM, Applications and constants of TQM in construction
process.
Unit 4
Economics of Project management
Economic analysis of engineering projects, economic studies, sensitivity analysis, Introduction to
Management Information System (MIS)- definition, outline of MIS.
Unit 5
Construction Equipments and Management
Classification of construction equipments, earth moving equipments, hauling equipments, hoisting
equipments, aggregate and concrete production equipments, pile driving equipments, time and motion
studies, waiting line theory, Need for mechanisation, financing aspects, factors affecting selection of
construction equipments, cost of owning and operating the construction equipment, role of operation research
in equipment management, equipment maintenance.
Name of Text Books:
Construction Engineering and Management – S. Seetharaman (Umesh Publications, New delhi, 1997)
PERT & CPM – Punmia, B.C. and Khandelwal, K.K. (Laxmi Publications, New Delhi 1997)
Construction Management and Planning – Sen Gupta & Guha (Tata McGraw Hill)
Name of Reference Books:
Construction Planning Equipment and Methods – Peurify/ Schexnayder, 6th Edition (Tata McGraw Hill)
PERT & CPM – Sreenath, I.S. (East West Press, New Delhi, 1975)
Construction Management and Accounts – Vazirani,V.N. & Chandola, S.P. (Khanna Publishers, New
Delhi, 2002)
Construction Planning and Management – Gahlot & Dhir (New Age Publisher)

CSVTU, Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Modern Construction Materials Code: 320631 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Concretes : High strength and High performance concrete-Fiber Reinforced concrete
Unit 2
Metals : New Alloy steels-Aluminium and its products-Other alloys
Unit 3
Composites : Plastics-Reinforced polymers-FRP-Celular cores
Unit 4
Other Materials : Water proofing compounds-Non -weathering Materials-Flooring and Facade Materials .
Unit 5
Smart and Intelligent Materials : Brief outline and uses
Name of Text Books:
Civil Engineering Materials (2nd Edititon) – Shan Somayaji (Prentice Hall Inc., 2001)
Materials for Civil and Construction Engineers – Mamlouk, M.S. and Zaniewski, J.P. (Prentice Hall Inc.,
1999)
Name of Reference Books:
Materials for Civil and Highway Engineers (4th Edition) – Derucher, K.Korfiatis. G. and Ezeldin, S.
(Prentice Hall Inc., 1999)
High Performance Concrete – Aitkens (McGraw Hill, 1999)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai

Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering

Subject: Composite Materials Code: 320632 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1

Introduction, Historical background, Technological Applications, Composites – various reinforcement and
matrix materials, Classification of composites.
Unit 2
Forms of fibre reinforcement, Comparisons of composites with R.C.C. and metals, Strength and stiffness
properties, Effective moduli.
Unit 3
Fibre reinforced composite materials, Manufacturing Technique, Cost and Weight advantages.
Unit 4
Behaviour of uni-directional, cross-ply, angle-ply and other composites-strength and stiffness, anisotropy,
Generalized Hooks law.
Laminates-Laminated Plates, Analysis, Strength and design with composites, Fibre reinforced Pressure
vessels.
Unit 5
Laminates-Laminated Plates, Analysis, Strength and design with composites, Fibre reinforced Pressure
vessels.
Name of Text Books:
Mechanics of Composite Materials – Robert M.Jones (Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, 1998)
Fibre Reinforced Composites – P.K. Mallick (Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1993)
Name of Reference Books:
Introduction to Design and Analysis with Advanced Composite Materials – Stephen R. Swanson (Prentice
Hall, New Jersey, 1997)
Stress Analysis of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials – M.W. Hyer (WCB McGraw Hill, New York, 1998)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Advanced Concrete Technology Code: 320633 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Concrete Making Materials
Aggregates classification, IS Specifications, Properties, Grading, Methods of combining aggregates, specified
gradings, Testing of aggregates, Types of Fibers.
Cement, Grade of cement, Chemical composition, Testing of concrete, Hydration of cement, Structure of
hydrated cement, Special cements
Unit 2
Properties of Concrete and Admixtures
Properties of fresh concrete, Hardened concrete, Strength, Elastic properties, Creep and shrinkage, Variability
of concrete strength.
Water Chemical admixtures, Mineral admixture.
Unit 3
Concrete Mix Design
Principles of concrete mix design, Methods of concrete mix design, Testing of concrete.
Unit 4
Special Concrete
Light weight concrete, Fly ash concrete, Fibre reinforced concrete, Polymer Concrete, Super plasticised
concrete, Epoxy resins and screeds for rehabilitation – Properties and Applications – High performance
concrete.
Unit 5
Concreting Methods
Process of manufacturing of concrete, methods of transportation, placing and curing – Extreme weather
concreting, special concreting methods, Vacuum dewatering – underwater concrete, special from work.
Name of Text Books:
Properties of Concrete – Neville, A.M., (Pitman Publishing Limited, London)
Concrete Technology – Shetty M.S., (S.Chand and Company Ltd. Delhi)
Name of Reference Books:
Light Weight Concrete Academic Kiado – Rudhani G. (Publishing Home of Hungarian Academy of
Sciences, 1963)
Concrete Technology – M.L. Gambhir (Tata McGraw Hill)
Concrete Technology – R.S. Varshney (Oxford, IBH Publishers)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Advanced Strength of Materials Code: 320634 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Stresses and Strains in three dimensions, Theories of failure.
Unit 2
Beams on elastic foundations, infinite, semi-infinite and finite beams.
Unit 3
Bending of curved beams in the plane of loading-crane hooks and chain links.
Unit 4
Bending of curved beam out of its initial plane, Saint Venant’s equations and equations of equilibrium.
Bending of circular beams subjected to symmetric loading.
Unit 5
Torsion of non-circular members, St. Venant’s theory, Torsional stresses in elliptical, triangular shafts.
Approximate solutions for rectangular section, Membrane analogy, Torsion of hollow sections, Torsional
stresses in thin walled open and closed sections, Plastic, yielding of circular shafts.
Bending of thin plates, Assumptions of plate theory, GDE for deflection of plates, Boundary conditions.
Solutions for rectangular plates, Navier’s and Levy’s solutions, circular plates, Membrane theory of shells of
revolution and cylindrical shells.
Name of Text Books:
Name of Reference Books:
Boresi, A.P. and Sidebottom, O.M., “ Advanced Mechanics of Materials”, John Willey and Sons, 1985.

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Modern Surveying Techniques Code: 320635 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Modern Surveying Equipment
E.D.M. Instruments – Geodimeter, Tellurometer, Distomat, Total Station, Applications of Lasers in distance
and angular measurements, Introduction of Electronic navigation and Position Fixing – different systems and
their Characteristics.
Unit 2
Global Positioning System
Global Positioning System – working principle and methods, Different Approaches to use GPS and their
accuracies, Advantages of GPS in Navigation, Survey, Planning and Mapping.
Unit 3
Geographic Information System
Geographic Information System – data requirement and database creation; Use of field data, maps, aerial and
satellite data; Advantages of GIS.
Unit 4
GIS Analysis
Types of GIS analysis, map topology, map feature elements, queries, features in a topographic base map,
base map accuracy standards.
Unit 5
Surveying Mapping through Software
Introduction of ARC Info, ARC View, ARC Gms, Intergraph, MGE, Modular GIS Environment, Map Info and
Geomedia web map, etc.
Name of Text Books:
Surveying (Vol – I, II & III) – Arora, K.R. (Standard Book House, Delhi, 1993)
Elements of Photogrammetry – Wolf, P.R. (McGraw Hill Book Company, New Delhi,)
Name of Reference Books:
Solving Problems in Surveying – Bannister, A. and Baker, R. (Longman Scientific Technical, U.K., 1994)
Electronic Distance Measurement – Burnside, C.D. (Oxford, BSP Professional Books, London, 1991)
Engineering Surveying Technology – Kennie, T.J.M. and Petrie, G. (Blackie & Sons Ltd., London, 1990)
Electronic Surveying in Practice – Laurilla, S.H. (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1983)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Remote Sensing and its Applications Code: 320636 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Remote Sensing
Introduction and definition of Remote Sensing terminology, Photogrammetry, Types of Photographs,
Geometry of Photographs, Stereophotogrammetry.
Unit 2
Image Processing Systems
Principles of interpretation of aerial and satellite images, equipments and aids required for interpretation
ground truth collection and verification, advantages of multidate and multiband images.
Unit 3
Initial Statistics Extraction
Digital Satellite data products and their characteristics, Histogram and its utility, Enhancement, Different
methods of digital satellite data interpretation.
Unit 4
Radiometric and Geometric Correction in Image Processing
Introduction, radiometric correction of remotely sensed data, correction for sensor system, detector error,
spatial intercolation using coordinate transformations, intensity interpolation.
Unit 5
Micro Wave Remote Sensing
Introduction, the radar principle, radar removal advantages, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), interpreting SAR
images.
Name of Text Books:
Campbell, J.B., “introduction to Remote Sensing”, The Guilford Press, Lond, 1986.
Wolf, P.R., “Elements of Photogrammetry”, McGraw Hill Book Company, New Delhi, 1986.
Name of Reference Books:
Curran, P.J., “Principles of Remote Sensing”, Longman, London, 1985.
Engman, E.T. an Gurney, R.J., “Remote Sensing in Hydrology”, (Chapman and Hall, London, 1991.

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: GIS and Its Applications Code: 320637 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Basic Concept of GIS
Introduction, Information systems, spatial and non-spatial information, Geographical concepts and
terminology, Advantages of GIS, Basic components of GIS, Commercially available GIS hardware and
software, organisation of data in GIS.
Unit 2
GIS Data
Input data, Field data, Statistical data, Maps, Aerial photographs, Satellite data, Points, lines and areas
features, Vector and Raster data, Advantages and Disadvantages, Data entry through keyboard, digitizers
and scanners, Digital data, GIS data formats and standards.
Unit 3
Data Management
Data Management, Data Base Management System (DBMS), Various data Models, Run – length encoding,
Quadtrees, Data Analysis – Data layers, analysis of spatial and non-spatial data, Data overlay and modelling,
smart features of DBMS.
Unit 4
Applications of GIS
Applications of GIS in Map Revision, Landuse, Agriculture, Forestry, Archaeology, Municipal, Geology, Water
Resources, Soil Erosion, Land suitability analysis, Change detection.
Unit 5
Case Study
A case study in GIS implementation, the consultant, the client, the initial applications, types of GIS analysis
used for case study.
Name of Text Books:
Introduction to Remote Sensing – Campbell, J.B. (The Guilford Press, London, 1986)
Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems – Legg, C.A. (Ellis Horwood, London, 1992)
Name of Reference Books:
Principles of Geographic Information System for Land Resources Assessment – Burrough, P.A. (Monograph
on Soil Resources Survey No. 12, Claredon, Press, Oxford, 1988)
Remote Sensing in Hydrology – Engaman, E.T. and Gurney, R.J. (Chapman and Hall, London, 1991)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Computational Hydraulics Code: 320638 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Introduction, significance of computational hydraulics, discrete forms of the laws of construction of mass, momentum
and energy, examples of free surface flows.
Unit 2
Continuous forms of the conservation laws, lateral inflow’s 1-D expansions and contractions, homogeneous and stratified
fluid flows.
Unit 3
Method of characteristics – Characteristics and invarients, regions of state, computation of hydraulic jump, indeterminary
conditions, the linearised method of characteristics.
Unit 4
Difference forms of conservation laws, weak solutions applications, storm-sewer networks, diffusion problems, river
morphotogy, linear wave propagation.
Unit 5
Numerical methods – Finite difference method with example 1-D horizontal flow.
Name of Text Books:
Computational Hydraulics – Brebbia, C.A. and Ferrante, A.J. (Butterworth & Company (Publishers) Ltd., London,
1983)
Applied Hydraulic Transients (2nd Edition) – Chaudhary, M.H. (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc., New
York, 1987)
Name of Reference Books:
Unsteady Flow in Open Channels (Vol. – I & II) – Mahmood, K. and Yeyjevieh, V. (Water Resources
Publications, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A., 1975)
Computational Hydraulics – M.B. Abbott (Pitman Publication Company)
Engineering Applications of Computational Hydraulics – M.B. Abbott & J.A. Gunge (Pitman Books Ltd.)
Computational Hydraulics: An Introduction –Vreugdenhill, C.B., 1989 (Springer-Verlag, Berlin)
Computational Hydraulics – Abbot, M.B. & A.W. Minns, 1994 (Ashgate Publication)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Instrumentation in Fluid Mechanics Code: 320639 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Introduction
Need for instrumentation in various fluid flow processes, types of measurements: pressure, velocity,
temperature, discharge, water levels, force, shear stress, basic principles of transducers, microprocessors and
data-acquisition systems, calibration of instruments.
Unit 2
Pressure Measurements
Manometers, capacitance and inductance transducers, non-contact probes.
Unit 3
Velocity measurements
Pitot tube, Pitosphere and Pitocylinder, current meter, Hot wire anemometer, Laser-Doppler anemometer.
Unit 4
Discharge Measurement
Venturimeter, orifice meter, bend meter, electromagnetic and ultrasonic flow meters, rotameer, weirs and
flumes, tracer techniques, Hot wire anemometer and thermistors.
Unit 5
Other Measurements
Water level recorders direct and indirect measurement of shear stress, force transducers, use of tracers in
dispersion and diffusion studies.
Name of Text Books:
Instrumentation: Devices and Systems – Rangan C.S., Sharma G.R. and Mani V.S.S. (Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company)
Name of Reference Books:

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Water Power Engineering Code: 320640 (20)
Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80
Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

Unit 1
Introduction
Water Power, its development and use, relation of water power and hydrology.
Unit 2
Water Power Estimate
Collection and analysis of stream flow data, mass curve, flow duration curves, construction and utility of these
curves, effect of storage and pondage, estimates of available water power.
Unit 3
Water Way
Intake, gates, valves, cannels, surges and its effects, penstocks, classification, design, criteria, economical
diameter, water hammer, surg tank.
Unit 4
Hydraulic Turbines
Classification of turbines, Francis, Kaplan and Pelton Turbines, Component parts and their function, Draft
tubes and their theory, Similarity laws and specific speed unit, Quantities, performance curves, Governing of
turbines, selection of turbines, cavitation in turbines.
Unit 5
Power House and Equipment
Location of power house, general arrangement of Hydroelectric unit, Number and size of units, Power house
substructure, Pumped storage plant.
Name of Text Books:
Water Power Engineering – M.M. Dandekar, K.N. Sharma (Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.)
Water Power Engineering – Deshmukh (Dhanpat Rai & Sons)
Name of Reference Books:
Irrigation and Water Power Engineering – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication)
Hydro Electric Engineering – Creager and Justin (Willay Institutional)
Hydro Electric Engineering Practice – Brown, J.G. (Blackie and Sons Ltd., London)
Irrigation and Water Power Engineering – Dr. P.N. Modi (Standard Book House)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Structural Engineering Lab Practical Code: 320621 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 40
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (Min 10 experiments)
1. Introduction to latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
2. Geometrical Modelling of RCC Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design
Package such as STAAD Pro.
3. Modelling of loads and load combinations on RCC Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural
Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
4. Analysis and Interpretation of Results of Analysis of RCC Frame on latest version of a Standard
Structural Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
5. Design of RCC Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design Package such as
STAAD Pro.
6. Interpretation of Results of Design of RCC Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering
Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
7 Geometrical Modelling of Steel Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design
Package such as STAAD Pro.
8. Modelling of loads and load combinations on Steel Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural
Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
9. Analysis and Interpretation of Results of Analysis of Steel Frame on latest version of a Standard
Structural Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
10. Design of Steel Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design Package such as
STAAD Pro.
11. Interpretation of Results of Design of Steel Frame on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering
Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
12. Design of R.C.C. Column on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design Package such
as STAAD.etc
13. Design of R.C.C. Isolated Footing on latest version of a Standard Structural Engineering Design
Package such as STAAD.etc
14. Case Study of design of a RCC Multistorey Building on latest version of a Standard Structural
Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
15. Case Study of design of a Steel Industrial Building on latest version of a Standard Structural
Engineering Design Package such as STAAD Pro.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
Latest Release of Software Package STAAD Pro (Research Engineers International, Kolkata)
Latest Release of Software Package STAAD.etc (Research Engineers International, Kolkata)
Recommended Books:
(1) Reference Manual for Respective Software
(2) Verification Manual of Respective Software

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Geotech Engineering -II Lab Practical Code: 320622 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 40
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (Min 10 experiments)
1. Determination of water content dry density relation using light-compaction test.
2. Determination of water content dry density relation using heavy compaction test.
3. To determine California Bearing Ratio for the designing of pavements, laboratory determination of
CBR test.
3. To determine in-situ bearing value of subgrade by North Dakota Cone Apparatus.
4. Direct Shear Test on the (1) Dry cohesionless / cohesive soil specimen remoulded / unremoulded (2)
Direct shear test – undrained test, direct shear test-consolidated undrained.
5. Triaxial Compression Test (Triaxial compression test): (a) UU, (b) CU, (c) CC.
6. Determination of Unconfined Compression Strength of cohesive soils (Remoulded / Unremoulded)
7. Laboratory Vane Shear Test (Remoulded / Unremoulded)
8. Consolidated test (Remoulded / Unremoulded) Consolidated test (Fixed Ring / Floating Ring).
9. To determine swelling pressure of purely cohesive soil (Remoulded / Unremoulded specimen)
10. Determination of density index (relative density) of cohensionless soils.
11. Study of standard penetration.
12. Determination of bearing capacity of soil by plate load.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
Light Compaction Mould
Heavy Compaction Mould
Oven
CBR Apparatus
North Dakota Cone Apparatus
Direct Shear Test Apparatus with full accessories
Triaxial Compression Test Apparatus with full accessories
Consolidometer Apparatus
Unconfined Compression Test Apparatus
Swell Pressure Test Apparatus
Standard Penetration Test Apparatus with full accessories
Plate Load Test Apparatus with full accessories
Soil Sampling Tube
Recommended Books:
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication)
Soil Engineering in Theory and Practice (Vol-II) – Alam Singh (Asia Publishing House, New Delhi)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Environmental Engineering-I Lab Practical Code: 320623 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 40
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (Min 10 experiments)
1. To determine acidity of water sample.
2. To determine alkalinity of water sample.
3. To determine hardness of water sample.
4. To determine chloride content of water sample.
5. To determine D.O. content of water sample.
6. To estimate the quantity of BOD from water sample.
7. To determine the availability of chlorine in bleaching powder.
8. To determine the residual quantity of Cl2 Content.
9. Determination of quantity of Optimum Coagulant Dose.
10. Determination of Break Point Chlorination.
11. Determination of Total Solids.
12. Determination of Turbidity.
13. Determination of particulates in air.
14. Determination of MPN.
15. Determination of pH of water.
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
BOD Incubator
Dust Sampler
Turbidity meter
Microscope
pH meter
Muffle Furnace
Hot Air Oven
Jar Test Apparatus
Name of Text Books:
Environmental Engineering Lab Manual – Dr. B. Kottaiah & N. Kumaraswamy (Charotar
Publications)
Water Supply Engineering – S.K. Garg (Khanna Publication).
Water Supply Engineering – B.C. Punmia (Laxmi Publication, New Delhi)
Environmental Science and Engineering – Henry and Heinke (Pearson Education).

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai
Semester: 6th Branch: Civil Engineering
Subject: Concrete Lab Practical Code: 320624 (20)
Total Practical Periods: 40
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Experiments to be performed (Min 10 experiments)
1. Determination of Strength of concrete
2. Determination of Workability by compaction factor
3. Determination of Slump test for a concrete mix
4. Determination of workability by Veebee test
5. Determination of workability by Flow table test
6. Determination of Modulus of elasticity of concrete and strain measurement by longitudinal
compressometer
7. Determination of Soundness test on aggregate
8. Determination of Deleterious materials in fine aggregate
9. Determination of flexural strength of concrete
10. Mix Design by I.S. Code method (with OPC Cement)
11. Mix Design by I.S. Code method (with Slag Cement)
12. Mix Design by I.S. Code method (with Admixtures Cement)
13. Determination of Grading curve of Mix aggregate & sieve analysis
Determination of Compressive strength of concrete by non destructive test – Rebound Hammer
List of Equipments / Machine Required:
Slump Cone with Tamping Rod
Concrete Cubes (15 x 15 x 15) cm3
Tray (45 x 60) cm2, (60 x 60) cm2, (30 x 45) cm2
Trowel (6 Nos.)
I.S. Sieves for Coarse and Fine Aggregate
Compression Testing Machine (200 T)
Weighing Balance
Sieve Shaker
Compaction Factor Test Apparatus
Vee-Bee Consistometer
Flow Table
Longitudinal Compressometer
Cylindrical Mould
Concrete Test Hammer
Graduated Glass Cylinder (500 ml, 1000 ml)
Beaker (500 ml)
Rebound Hammer
Recommended Books:
Lab Manual Concrete – M.L. Gambhir (Tata McGraw Hill)
Concrete Technology – M.S. Shetty (S. Chand & Co.)
Concrete Technology – M.L. Gambhir (Tata McGraw Hill)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai (C.G.)
Semester: VI Branch: Common to all branches
Subject: Managerial Skills Code: 300625 (46)
Total Practical Periods: 28 Total Tut Periods: NIL
Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40

Minimum number of class test to be conducted: 2
Unit-I
Managerial Communication Skills: Importance of Business Writing: writing business letters, memorandum,
minutes, and reports- informal and formal, legal aspects of business communication, oral communicationpresentation,
conversation skills, negotiations, and listening skills, how to structure speech and presentation,
body language.
Unit-II
Managerial skills: Leadership: Characteristics of leader, how to develop leadership; ethics and values of
leadership, leaders who make difference, conduct of meetings, small group communications and Brain
storming, Decision making, How to make right decision, Conflicts and cooperation, Dissatisfaction: Making
them productive.
Unit-III
Proactive Manager: How to become the real you: The journey of self-discovery, the path of self-discovery,
Assertiveness: A skill to develop, Hero or developer, Difference between manager and leader, Managerial skill
check list, team development, How to teach and train, time management, Stress management, Self
assessment.
Unit-IV
Attitudinal Change: Meaning of attitude through example, benefits of positive attitude, how to develop habit of
positive thinking, what is fear? How to win it? How to win over failure? How to overcome criticism? How to
become real you? How to Motivate?
Unit-V
Creativity – a managerial skill, Trying to get a grip on creativity.
Overview of Management Concepts: Function of Management: Planning, organizing, staffing, controlling.
Text & Reference Books:
1. Basic Managerial skills for all by E.H. McGrawth, Prentice Hall India Pvt Ltd,2006
2. How to develop a pleasing personality by Atul John Rego, Better yourself bools, Mumbai, 2006
3. The powerful Personality by Dr. Ujjawal Patni & Dr. Pratap Deshmukh, Fusion Books, 2006
4. How to Success by Brian Adams, Better Yourself books, Mumbai, 1969

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