# NIT Calicut Syllabus of Civil Engineering 3rd Sem

## MATHEMATICS III ( PROBABILITY & STSTISTICS )

( Prerequisite : MA 101 T )

Module I: ( 10 L + 3 T )
Probability distributions:- Random variables, Binomial distribution, Hyper- geometric distribution, Mean and variance of a probability distribution, Chebyshev’s theorem, Poisson distribution, Geometric distribution, Normal Distribution, Uniform distribution, Gamma distribution, Beta distribution, Weibull distribution, Joint distribution of two random variables.
Module II: ( 9 L + 3 T )
Sampling distributions and Inference concerning means:- Population and samples, The sampling distribution of the mean ( ? known and ? unknown ), Sampling distribution of the variance, Point estimation and interval estimation, Tests of hypothesis, Hypothesis concerning one mean, Inference concerning two means.
Module III: ( 9 L + 3 T )
Inference concerning variances proportions:- Estimation of variances , Hypothesis concerning one variance, Hypothesis concerning two variances , Estimation of proportions , Hypothesis concerning one proportion , Hypothesis concerning several proportions, Analysis of r x c tables, Chi – square test for goodness of fit.
Module IV: ( 11 T + 4 T )
Regression Analysis:- Curve fitting, Method of least squares, Curvilinear regression, Correlation.
Analysis of variance:- General principles, Completely randomized designs, Randomized block diagram, Latin square designs, Analysis of covariance.
Text Book:
Johnson R. A., Miller & Freund’s Probability and Statistics for Engineers, 5th Edition, PHI , ( 1995 ) New Delhi.
Reference:
1. Levin R. I. & Rubin D. S., Statistics for Management, 7th Edition, PHI,
( 2000),New Delhi.
2. S.M. Ross, Introduction to Probability and statistics for Engineers, John Wiley and Sons, ( 1987 ) , New York.
CE 211T- MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
Prerequisite: ZZ 101T Engineering Mechanics – Statics
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Module – I
1. Tension, compression & shear: (10 hours)
Types of external loads – self weight – internal stresses – normal and shear stresses – strain – Hooke’s law – Poisson’s ratio – relationship between elastic constants – stress strain diagrams working stress – elongation of bars of constant and varying sections – statically indeterminate problems in tension and compression – assembly and thermal stresses – strain energy in tension – compression and shear
Module – II
2. Analysis of stress and strain: (5 hours)
Stress on inclined planes for axial and biaxial stress fields – principal stresses – Mohr’s circle of stress – principal strains – strain rosette
3. Bending moment and shear force: (7 hours)
Different types of beams – shear force and bending moment diagrams for simply supported overhanging and cantilever beams – relationship connecting intensity of loading – shearing force and bending moment – shear force and bending moment diagrams for statically determinate plane frames
Module – III
4. Stresses in laterally loaded symmetrical beams : (6 hours)
Theory of simple bending – limitations – bending stresses in beams of different cross sections – moment of resistance – beams of uniform strength – beams of two materials – principal stresses in bending – strain energy due to bending – shearing stresses in bending
5. Unsymmetrical bending: (3 hours)
Shear flow – shear centre – determination of shear centre for simple sections
Module – IV
6. Torsion: (5 hours)
Torsion of circular solid and hollow shafts – power transmission – strain energy in shear and torsion – close coiled and open coiled helical springs
7. Thin and Thick Cylinders : (3 hours)
Lame’s equation – stresses in thick cylinders due to internal and external pressures – compound cylinders – shrink fit – wire wound pipes and cylinders
Reference books
1. Timoshenko & Young, Elements of Strength of Materials, Affiliated East West Press, 1968, New Delhi.
2. Popov E.P., Mechanics of Materials, Prentice Hall India, 1986, New Delhi.
3. Hearn E.J., Mechanics of Materials Pergamon Press, 1982, Oxford
4. Warnock F.V., Strength of Materials, Isaac Pitman, 1962, London
5. Nash W.A., Strength of Materials, Schaum’s Outline Series, McGraw Hill, 1988, New York.
6. Tung Au., Elementary Structural Mechanics, Prentice Hall, 1963, New York.
CE 241T ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
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Module – I (7 hours)
1. Branches and scope of geology
Physical geology
Geological agents and their action, weathering, volcanism, earthquake and plate tectonics
Module – II (8 hours)
2. Elements of crystallography and mineralogy
Petrology
Types of rocks, genesis and physical and chemical characters, building stones
Module – III (12 hours)
3 a. Structural geology
Types of structures and classification and their effect on civil engineering projects and Geological mapping
b. Hydrogeology
Groundwater and occurrence, investigations, quality, artificial recharge
Module – IV (12 hours)
4 a. Geology in Civil Engineering
Tunnels, dams, reservoirs, bridges, runways, roads and buildings.
Slope failures and landslides. Investigations, Remote sensing and GIS applications
b. Geology of India
Types, age and occurrence of rock formations and economic importance
Reference :
1. Bangar,KM.., Principles of Engineering Geology, Standard Publishers Distributors , 1995, New Delhi.
2. Billings, M.P., Structural Geology, Prentice Hall India, 1974, New Delhi.
3. Blyth, F.G.H. and de Freitas, M.H., Geology for Engineers, ELBS, 1974, London
4. Gokhale, KVG.K. and Rao, D.M., Experiments in Engineering Geology, Tata McGraw Hill, 1981, New Delhi.
5. Kesavulu C., Text book of Engineering Geology, Macmillan, India Ltd., 1993, New Delhi.
6. Krynine D P and Judds W R ., Principles of Engineering Geology and Geotechniques, McGraw-Hill , 1957, New York.
7. Reddy V., Engineering Geology for Civil Engineers; Oxford& IBH, 1997, New Delhi.
8. Thomas.M. Lillesand and Ralph.W.Keifer., Remote sensing and Image Interpretation, John Wiley & Sons, 1987, New York.
9. Todd D K., Groundwater Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons, 1980, New York
10. Tyrrel,GW., The Principles of Petrology, Asia Publishing House, 1970, Bombay.