NIT Calicut Civil Engineering Syllabus 5th Sem

NIT Calicut Civil Engineering Syllabus V SEM – Part i


Prerequisite: CE2005 Structural Analysis – I
Total hours: 42
Module 1 and 2 (20 hours)
Statically indeterminate structures: Degree of static and kinematic indeterminacies – brief introduction to force
and displacement methods
Force method of analysis of indeterminate structures
Fixed and continuous beams – analysis by consistent deformation method – application of moment area and
conjugate beam methods for fixed beams – theorem of three moments for continuous beams – shear force and
bending moment diagrams – deflection and support settlement
Analysis of rigid frames of different geometry by consistent deformation method – settlement effects – analysis of
pin-jointed trusses by consistent deformation method – externally and internally redundant trusses – effects of
support settlement and pre-strains.
Module 3 (12 hours)
Displacement method of analysis of indeterminate structures
Slope deflection method – analysis of continuous beams – beams with overhang – analysis of rigid frames – frames
with sloping legs – gabled frames – frames without sway and with sway -settlement effects – moment distribution
method as successive approximation of slope deflection equations – analysis of beams and frames – non-sway and
sway analyses
Module 4 (10 hours)
Plastic Analysis
Plastic theory – introduction – plastic hinge concept – plastic modulus – shape factor -redistribution of moments –
collapse mechanism – plastic analysis of beams and portal frames by equilibrium and mechanism methods.
1. Menon, D., Structural Analysis, Narosa publishers, 2008.
2. Wang, C. K., Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill, 1989.
3. Reddy, C. S., Basic Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007.
4. Negi, L. S., and Jangid R.S, Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, 2006
5. Wilbur, J. B., Norris, C. H., and Utku, S., Elementary Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill, 2006.
6. Timoshenko, S. P. ,and Young ,D. H., Theory of Structures, McGraw Hill, 1988.
7. Hibbler, R. C., Structural Analysis, Pearson Education, 2006.
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
Prerequisite: Nil
Total hours: 42
Module 1 (12 hours)
Introduction –Structures and structural systems–Internal forces in different types of structural systems such as
Trusses, Cables, Arches, Beams and Slabs, Frames – stability criteria – design considerations – Different loadings,
loading standards
Design philosophy: Working Stress Method, Ultimate load method, probabilistic analysis and Limit State method –
Limit state of collapse, Limit state of serviceability.
Limit state of collapse: Flexure
Assumptions – moment capacity of rectangular and flanged sections – singly and doubly reinforced sections – design
tables and charts – critical sections for bending in important structural elements such as slabs, beams, retaining wall,
footings, staircase etc.
Limit state of Serviceability: Deflection –short term and long term deflection- cracking.
Module 2 (10 hours)
Limit State of Collapse: Shear
Nominal shear stress- design shear strength of concrete – design of shear reinforcement – critical sections for shear
in important structural elements such as beams, retaining walls, footings etc.
Design of slabs, beams, retaining walls, footings and stair case.
Limit State of Collapse: Torsion
General – critical section – equivalent shear and bending moment– reinforcement for torsion.
Module 3 (10 hours)
Limit State of Collapse: Compression
Analysis and design of columns of rectangular and circular cross sections – axially loaded columns – columns with
uniaxial and biaxial eccentricity using SP 16 design charts – short and slender columns.
Module 4 (10 hours)
Introduction to EQ design and detailing: Concept of Seismic design – Approach to earthquake resistant design –
General principles of a seismic design – Review of IS 1893:2002, Guide lines for earthquake resistant design –
Ductile detailing for seismic design
Introduction to Pre-stressed concrete: High strength concrete and high tensile steel – tensioning devices –
pretensioning systems – post tensioning systems – Analysis of prestress – losses of prestress.
1. Pillai, S. U., and Menon, D., Reinforced Concrete Design Tata McGraw Hill, 2003.
2. Varghese, P. C., Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, Prentice Hall of India, 2003.
3. Mallick, S. K., and Gupta, A. K., Reinforced Concrete, Oxford and IBH, 1982.
4. Jain, A. K., Reinforced Concrete – Limit State Design, Standard Book House, 1998.
5. Punmia, B. C., Reinforced Concrete Structures Vol. I, Standard Book House , 2005
6. Jain and Jaikrishna, Plain and Reinforced Concrete Vol. I, Nemchand, 2000.
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
7. Sinha, S. N., Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw Hill, 2005.
8. BIS Codes ( IS 875, IS 456, IS 2750, IS 1893, IS 4326, IS 13920, IS 1343).
9. Krishna Raju, N., Prestressed concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, 2000
10. Dayaratnam, P., Prestressed Concrete, Oxford and IBH,1982
B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
Prerequisite: CE2006 Open channel Hydraulics and Hydrology
Total hours: 42
Module 1 (10 hours)
Water resources projects – Introduction- Water resources of India- Range of water resources projects – General
planning philosophy- Water allocation priorities – Water Supply – Irrigation – Flood control- Hydropower. Data
requirement and data collection for different projects – Water availability studies. Environmental checklist for Water
Resources projects.
Irrigation – Development of Irrigation in India- Major-Medium and minor irrigation schemes– Command area
development and participatory irrigation management. Planning of Irrigation projects. Traditional systems of
irrigation and water harvesting in India.
Module 2 (10 hours)
Irrigation Engineering
Soil water system – Soil classification – Soil water constants – Consumptive use – Crops- crop seasons, cropping
patterns and crop water requirements. Irrigation water requirement. Methods of irrigation and Irrigation efficiency.
Classification of irrigation projects -Direct and storage irrigation – Irrigation project components. Diversion
structures for direct irrigation – Weirs and Barrages – Site selection -Components of diversion head work. Design of
weirs / barrages – Hydraulic design for water way and sub surface flow – Bligh’s and Khosla’s theories. Structural
design of different elements. Training and protection works.
Module 3 (8 hours)
Distribution system-
Distribution canals – classification, alignment and components of canals. Canal regulation.Transport of sediment in
canals. Design of rigid boundary canals. Design of alluvial channels. Regime channels- Kennedy’s and Lacey’s
methods. Water logging and drainage of irrigated lands.
Module 4 (14 hours)
Canal structures-
Canal regulation structures- canal falls-different types of canal falls and selection of type-Structural elements of a
fall – Design of vertical, notch type and siphon drops. Canal headwork Head and cross regulators- Design criteria –
sediment control at head regulator- Design of a regulator. Canal escapes- Weir and sluice escapes. Outlets- modular
and non-modular outlets. Cross Drainage structures-Need – Types- Design considerations – design of a type III
1. Varshney, R. S., Gupta, S. C., and Gupta, R. L., Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures, Vol. II, Nem Chand
Publication, 1993.
2. Garg, S. K., Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures, Khanna Publishers, 2004.
3. Modi, P. N., Irrigation Water resources and Water power engineering, Standard book house, 2008.
4. Asawa, G L, Irrigation Engineering, New Age Publications, 2005.
5. FAO Irrigation, Water resources and Drainage Papers, 26/1,26/2 Small Hydraulic Structures, Vol 1 and 2, 1982.
6. FAO Irrigation water management Training Manuals 1(1985), 3(1986), 4(1988), and 5(1989)
7. All relevant BIS codes.

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