NIT Calicut Civil Engineering Syllabus V SEM

NIT Calicut Civil Engineering Syllabus V SEM PART III

 

CE3091 BUILDING DESIGN AND DRAWING

Prerequisite: CE2007 Functional Design of Buildings

1. Planning, designing from given requirements of areas & specifications and preparation of sketch design and working drawings for:
2. Residential building- flat and pitched roof, economic domestic units, cottages, bungalows and building flats.
3. Public building – small public utility shelters, dispensaries, banks, schools, offices, libraries, hostels, restaurants, commercial complexes, factories etc.
4. Preparation of site plans and service plans as per Building Rules
5. Septic Tank and Soak Pit – detailed drawings.
6. Plumbing, water supply and drainage for buildings.

References

1. SP 7:2005,National Building Code of India
2. Local Building Bye-laws
3. Callender, John Hancock, Time Saver Standards for Architectural Design Data, McGraw Hill, 2000.
4. Chiara, Callender, John Hancock, Time Saver Standards for Building Type, McGraw Hill, 2001.
5. Chiara, Joseph De, Time Saver Standards for Site Planning, McGraw Hill, 1999.
6. Ching, Francis D K, Architectural Graphics. .John Wiley, 2009.
7. Ching, Frank, Architecture – Form, Space and Order.John Wiley, 2007.
8. Ramsey Sleeper, Architectural Graphic Standards, John Wiley, 2001.
9. Scott Robert Gillan, Design Fundamentals, Mc-Graw Hill, 1951.
10. Tessie Agan M.S., The House, Its Plan & Use, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., 2000.
11. IS 5533 : 1969, Recommendation for Dimensions of Spaces for Human Activities. B.I.S
12. IS 4963 : 1987, Recommendation for Buildings and facilities for the Physically Handicapped. B.I.S
13. Shaw and Kale, Building Drawing, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishers, 2000.
14. Balagopal T S Prabhu, Building Drawing and Detailing, Spades Publishers, 2007.
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
CE3092 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
Prerequisite: CE2009 Geosciences
Total hours: 42
List of experiments:
1. Specific gravity of coarse and fine grained soils
2. Grain size analysis (a) Sieve analysis (b) Pipette analysis
3. Atterberg’s limits and indices
4. Determination of field density (a) sand replacement method, (b) Core cutter method
5. Determination of coefficient of permeability by (a) Constant head method, (b) Variable head method
6. Consolidation test
7. Compaction test (a) IS light compaction test, (b) IS heavy compaction test
8. California Bearing Ratio test
9. Direct shear test
10. Triaxial shear test
11. Unconfined compressive strength test
12. Laboratory vane shear test
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
CE3001 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II
Prerequisite: CE2005 Structural Analysis – I
Statically indeterminate structures, Force method and displacement method of analysis of indeterminate structures –
fixed and continuous beams – rigid frames of different geometry – shear force and bending moment diagrams –
deflection and support settlement, Plastic Analysis – plastic hinge – plastic modulus – shape factor -redistribution of
moments – collapse mechanism – plastic analysis of beams and portal frames
Total hours: 42
CE3002 STRUCTURAL DESIGN – I
Prerequisite: Nil
Structures and structural systems – design considerations – loading standards – Design philosophy, Limit state of
collapse – Flexure – moment capacity of rectangular and flanged sections – singly and doubly reinforced sections,
Shear – design shear strength of concrete – design of shear reinforcement, Torsion – equivalent shear and bending
moment – design for torsion, compression – axially loaded columns – columns with uniaxial and biaxial eccentricity
– short and slender columns, Limit state of Serviceability – deflection –short term and long term deflection- cracking,
Introduction to EQ design and detailing – 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 –
analysis of prestress.
Total hours : 42
CE3003 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING – I
Prerequisite: CE2006 Open channel Hydraulics and Hydrology
Water resources projects – planning philosophy and types, Irrigation engineering-Traditional systems of Irrigation
and water conservation-Irrigation requirement –classification of Irrigation projects, Irrigation structures-Canal head
structures-Canal regulatory structures-Cross drainage structures-and Outlets
Total hours: 42
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
CE3004 GEOTECHNOLOGY
Prerequisite: CE2009 Geosciences
Shear Strength of soil – Different types of shear tests – Shear strength parameters – Stability of slopes – Stability
analysis – Stability charts, Active and passive earth pressure for cohesionless and cohesive soils – Coulomb’s and
Rankine’s theories, Site investigation and soil exploration – Field tests- boring log – soil profile, Different types of
foundations – Bearing capacity – Terzaghi’s equation for bearing capacity – Settlement analysis – Stress distribution
in sheeting and bracing of shallow and deep excavations -Raft foundations – Determination of bearing capacity pile –
Analysis of pile groups – Caissons.
Total hours: 42
CE3005 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – I
Prerequisite: Nil
Highway Development – Classification – Cross sections – Alignment – Surveys – Pavement Surface Characteristics
– Geometrics – Design of Horizontal & Vertical Alignments – Components of Traffic – Traffic Studies – Design of
at-grade Intersections – Desirable Properties & Testing of Highway Materials – Design of Flexible, Rigid
Pavements, Overlay – Pavement Construction – Types & Causes of Failures in Flexible & Rigid Pavements –
Remedial Measures
Total hours: 42
CE3006 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: Nil
Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies – Renewable and non-renewable resources and problems
associated with overexploitation – Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles – Concept of an ecosystem –
Structure and functions of an ecosystem – Biodiversity – Definitions – Biogeographical classification of India –
Value of biodiversity – India as a mega-diversity nation – Threats to biodiversity – Endangered and endemic species
of India – Conservation of biodiversity – Environmental pollution – Definition, causes, effects and control measures
– water, soil, marine, noise, and thermal pollution – Nuclear hazards – Air pollution and control – Solid waste
management – Role of an individual in prevention of pollution – Case studies – Social Issues and the Environment –
from unsustainable to sustainable development – Environmental ethics – Issues and possible solutions – Legislation
in India – Public awareness – Human population and the environment – Population growth – Family welfare
programme – Environment and human health – Human rights – HIV/AIDS, Women and child welfare – Role of
Information Technology in environment and human health – Scope of Environmental Engineering – Material balance
– Flow models and reactors – Energy balance – Quality of water – water quality parameters – Drinking water
standards – Water supply schemes – Transmission of water – Field work.
Total hours: 56
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B.Tech (Civil) Syllabus – 2010 (Semester 5)
CE3091 BUILDING DESIGN AND DRAWING
Prerequisite: CE2007 Functional Design of Buildings
Planning, designing from given requirements of areas & specifications and preparation of sketch design and working
drawings for Residential building- flat and pitched roof-economic domestic units-cottages-bungalows-building flats,
Public building – small public utility shelters-dispensaries-banks-schools-offices-libraries-hostels-restaurantscommercial
complexes-factories, Preparation of site plans and service plans as per Building Rules, Septic Tank and
Soak Pit, Plumbing, water supply and drainage for buildings.
Total hours: 42
CE3092 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
Prerequisite: CE2009 Geosciences
Specific gravity of coarse and fine grained soils, Grain size analysis, Atterberg’s limits and indices, Determination
of field density, Determination of coefficient of permeability, Consolidation test, Compaction test, California
Bearing Ratio test, Direct shear test, Triaxial shear test, Unconfined compressive strength test, Laboratory vane
shear test
Total hours: 42

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