# NIT-RAIPUR

## MINING ENGINEERING SULLABUS

SYLLABUS:

Name of Subject: Mechanics of Solids & Fluids Subject Code: CI20311(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Civil Engg.

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

UNIT-1 Concept of Stress and Strain

Stress and strain at a point; Axial and shear stresses, Ultimate and working stresses; Relation between

stress and strain, Poisson’s Ratio; Two dimensional state of strain, Principle stresses and Principle

planes, Mohr’s Circle, Two state of strain, Principle strains and principle axis of strain; Determination

of Principle strain from strain measurements; Calculation of Principle stresses from Principle strains;

Composite bars in tension and compression; Thermal stresses in composite bars.

UNIT-2 Bending Stresses in Beams and plates

Pure bending, Bending Stresses, Section Modulus of rolled and built up sections, Composite beams,

Distribution of normal and shear stresses across the section of a simple beam with vertical section of

symmetry; Theory of plates.

UNIT-3 Deflection of beams

Slope and deflection of beams by deflection methods; Area moment and conjugate beam methods,

propped cantilever and fixed beams.

UNIT-4 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Physical properties of fluids; Compressible and Incompressible fluids; Newtonian and Non-

Newtonian fluids.

UNIT-5 (A) Fluid Statics

Pressure, density and height relationships; manometer pressure on curved and plane surfaces; Centre

of Pressure; Buoyancy; Stability of Immersed and Floating bodies; Fluids in relative equilibrium.

UNIT-5 (B) Fluid Kinematics

Classification of flow: Uniform and Non-Uniform; Steady and Non- Steady; Laminar and Turbulent;

One, Two, Three dimensional flows; Stream lines; Streak lines; Path lines; Stream Tubes; Elementary

Explanation of stream function and velocity potential; Basic idea of flow nets.

Text Books:

1. Strength of material by B.S. Punmiya

2. Strength of material by Ramamurtham

3. Fluid Mechanics by Bansal

Reference Books:

1. Fluid Mechanics, F. M. White

Semester III 3

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Programming with C Subject Code: CS20312(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Computer Sc.

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

Unit – 1

Algorithms and Flowcharts, Introduction to C Language: Relevance of C Language. Data types,

Enums, Types of instructions, input/output functions. Operators, precedence and associativity of

operators. Type casting, Developing simple C programs, compilation, C Compilers , debugging and

testing of programs.

Unit – II

Conditional constructs: if statement, if-else statements, nested if-else ,forms of if. Conditional

operator, Switch case construct. Loop control structures, nested loops, break and continue statements.

goto statement.

Arrays: Syntax and definition, one and multidimensional arrays, reading and writing an array.

Introduction to Pointer data types, Pointers and arrays.

Unit – III

Functions: Declaring and defining functions, call by value, call by reference, using library functions in

programs, Passing arrays into functions. Storage classes, Recursion. Preprocessor directives – #if, #else

if, #define etc. Macro definitions

Unit – IV

Strings: reading and writing strings, passing a string into a function, using library functions to

manipulate strings. Array of strings. Structures: Declaring and using structures. Array of structures,

passing structures into function. Pointers to structures Bit fields. Unions.

Unit – V

File Handling : reading and writing text files through C programs . File manipulating functions: fputc,

fgetc, fgets, fputs, fseek, ftell etc. Working with Binary files , fread and fwrite. Command line

arguments. Bitwise operators in C.

Text Books:

1. Let us C – Yashwant Kanetkar BPB Publication

2. Programming in ANSI C – E. Balaguruswamy Tata Mc-Gcraw Hill

Reference Books:

1. Programming with C – Ritchie

Semester III 4

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Geology-I Subject Code: AG20313(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Applied Geology

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

UNIT 1: The Earth in Space and Time

Solar System: – Size, Shape, Mass and Density of Earth; A Brief idea of the origin and the age of the

Earth; Interior of the Earth:- seismic data, Density and Pressure within the Earth; The internal structure

and composition of Earth; Elementary knowledge of Diastrophism, Earthquakes and volcanism:-

Volcanic and Earthquake belts, their relationship with Plate Tectonics.

UNIT 2: Mineralogy

Physical Properties of Minerals; Classification of various Rock forming Minerals; Introduction and

preliminary study of principle Rock-Forming Mineral groups:- Garnet, Pyroxene, Amphibole, Mica,

Feldspar and Felspethoid, Megascopic Properties of economically important Non-Silicate Minerals.

UNIT 3: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

Elementary knowledge of Magma and its Crystallization; Classification of Igneous Rocks; Textures

and Structures of Igneous Rocks; Petrographic Description of Common Igneous Rocks; Agents and

Types of Metamorphism; Depth zones, Facies and Grades of Metamorphism and Petrographic

Description of Common Metamorphic Rocks.

UNIT 4: Sedimentary Petrology

Textures and Structures of Sedimentary Rocks

; Sedimentary Processes- Weathering, Transportation

and Deposition; Classification and Petrographic Description of Common Sedimentary Rocks.

UNIT 5: Structural Geology

Concept of Deformation; Primary and Secondary Planer & Linear Structure of Rocks; Topography and

its Representation. Altitude of strata- Dip and strike; Outcrop patterns; Width of Outcrop and

Thickness of beds; Structural Contours; Geological Maps; Study of Unconformity; Folds, Joints,

Faults and their influence in Mining Operations.

Text Books:

1. Engineering And General Geology : Parbin Singh

2. Physical And Engineering Geology : S.K. Garg

3. Rutley’s Elements of Mineralogy : H.H. Read

4. Principles Of Petrolog y : G.W. Tyrell

Reference Books:

1. Structural Geology : M.P. Billings

2. Geological Maps : G.W. Chiplonkar

3. A Text Book of Geology : P.K. Mukherjee

4. Applied Geology : S. Banger

5. Applied Geology : D.V. Reddy

6. Engineering Geology : D.V. Reddy

7. Geology of India (Vol I&II) : R. Vaidyanadhan & M. Ramakrishnan

Semester III 5

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Mining Surveying-I Subject Code: MI20314(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Mining Engg.

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

UNIT 1: Chain Survey

Linear Measurements; Types of chains; Tapes; Errors in chaining and corrections in linear

measurements; Direct and indirect Ranging; Principles of chain surveying. Offsets, Limiting length of

offsets; Booking field notes; Obstacles in chaining; Instruments for setting out right angles.

UNIT 2: Compass Survey

Theory of Magnetism; Dip of Magnetic needle; Prismatic Compass; Surveyor’s Compass; Bearings;

Designation of Bearings; Calculation of Included Angles; Local Attraction; Magnetic Declination.

UNIT 3: Plane Table Surveying

Principles of Plane Tabling; Working operations; Methods of Plane Table Surveying; Two and Three

point problems.

UNIT 4: Miner’s Dial

Construction, Use, Tests and Adjustments; Loose and fast Needle surveying; Common sources of

errors in Dial surveying; Methods of elimination and compensation.

UNIT 5: Levelling

Definitions of important terms used in levelling; Development in levelling Instruments; Types and

Constructional details of Dumpy Level, Auto Level; Temporary and Permanent Adjustments; Methods

of levelling; Straight edge levelling; Fly levelling; Check levelling; Reciprocal levelling; Longitudinal

Sections; Cross- Sectioning; Trigonometric levelling; Methods of booking and reduction of levels;

Levelling through drifts and shafts (Including steeply inclined shafts) ; Plumbing measurements of

depth of shaft and subsidence.

Text Books:

1. Mine surveying by S. Ghatak

2. Surveying & Levelling by B. C. Punamia

Reference Books:

1. Surveying & Levelling by Kanetkar & Kulkarni

Semester III 6

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Mathematics-III Subject Code: MA20315(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Basic Sc.

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

Unit – 1 Fourier Series

Euler’s Formula, Functions having points of discontinuity, Change of interval, Even & Odd functions,

Half range series, Harmonic analysis.

Unit – 2 Laplace Transform

Definition, Transform of elementary functions, Properties of Laplace transform, Transform of

derivatives & integrals, Multiplication by tn, Division by t, Evaluation of integrals, Inverse Laplace

Transform, Convolution theorem, Unit step function, Unit impulse function, Periodic

function, Application to solution of ordinary differential equations.

Unit – 3 Partial Differential Equation

Formation, Solution by direct integration method, Linear equation of first order, Homogeneous linear

equation with constant coefficients, Non-homogeneous linear equations, Method of separation of

variables.

Unit – 4 Complex Variable

Derivative, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Analytic functions, Harmonic functions, Flow problems,

Complex integration, Cauchy theorem, Cauchy integral formula, Taylor & Laurent series, Singularity,

Residue, Evaluation of real definite integrals.

Unit – 5 Statistics

Random variables, Discrete & continuous probability distributions, Expectation, Mean & Standard

Deviation, Moments & moment generating function, Distributions- Binomial, Poisson and Normal

distributions.

Text Books:

1. Higher Engg. Mathematics by Dr. B.S. Grewal– Khanna Publishers.

2. Advanced Engg. Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig – John Wiley & Sons.

Reference Books:-

1. Advanced Engg.Mathematics by R.K. Jain and S.R.K. Iyeng ar – Narosa Publishing House.

2. Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar. Vol- II– Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan,

Pune.

3. Applied Mathematics for Engineers & Physicists by Louis A. Pipes- TMH.

Semester III 7

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Introduction to Mining Subject Code: MI20316(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Mining Engg.

Maximum Marks: 70 Minimum Marks: 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

4 1 0 5

UNIT 1: Exploratory Drilling

Drilling machines used for exploratory drilling viz. Rotary & Percussive, their attachments; Core

Barrels; Conditions of applicability of drilling methods; Borehole Survey, Directional drilling,

Underground methods of exploratory drilling.

Types of Openings; Choice of Openings; Location of Openings; Drilling, blasting, loading and

transportation of muck during drivage of inclines/adits/drifts, Ventilation, lighting and drainage,

Extension of center line; Organization and cycle of operations; Mechanized methods of drivages of

UNIT 3: Shaft Sinking

Drilling, blasting, loading and transportation of muck, Ventilation, lighting and drainage, Extension of

center line; Shaft lining and its design; Special methods of shaft sinking; Shaft boring; Deepening and

widening of shafts. Upward drivage; Organization and cycle of operations.

UNIT 4: Introduction to Underground Mining

Definition of important terms, Mine development, Activities involved in development of a mine,

Stages in the life of a mine, Introduction to unit operations in underground mining. Choice of method

of mining, Introduction to various Underground Mining methods. Introduction to

various types of machineries used in Underground mining.

UNIT 5: Introduction to Surface Mining

Definition of important terms, Advantages and disadvantages of surface mining, mineral deposits

amenable to surface mining, Various surface mining methods, Introduction to unit operations in

surface mining. Introduction to various types of machineries used in surface mining.

Text Books:

1. Surface Mining : G.B. Misra

2. Mining Engineer’s Handbook Vol. 1&2, 2 Edition: Edited b y Harold Hartman

3. Introduction to mining : Hartman

Reference Books:

1. U.M.S. Notes

2. Elements of Mining Technology Vol. 1&3 : D.J.Deshmukh

3. Mining of Mineral Deposits : Shevyakov

4. Modern Coal Mining : Samir Kumar Das

5. Coal Mining : R.D.Singh

6. Mining : Boki

Semester III 8

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Geology-I Lab Subject Code: AG20321(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Applied Geology

Maximum Marks: 20 Minimum Marks: 10

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

0 0 3 2

List of Experiments:

1. Megascopic Description of Rock Forming Minerals.

2. Megascopic Description of important Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic

Rocks.

3. Basic Concept of Contours, Attitude of Beds, Width of Outcrop, True and

Apparent Dips, Rules of V`s.

4. Study of Geological Maps and Preparation of Cross Sections.

Text Books:

1. Engineering And General Geology : Parbin Singh

2. Physical And Engineering Geology : S.K. Garg

3. Rutley’s Elements of Mineralogy : H.H. Read

4. Principles Of Petrolog y : G.W. Tyrell

Reference Books:

1. Structural Geology : M.P. Billings

2. Geological Maps : G.W. Chiplonkar

Semester III 9

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Mining Surveying -I Lab Subject Code: MI20322(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Mining Engg.

Maximum Marks: 20 Minimum Marks: 10

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

0 0 3 2

List of Experiments:

Experiment 1.

Ranging and Chaining of line of 50 Meter.

Experiment 2.

Determination of width of an obstacle which can be seen across but can’t be chained.

Experiment 3.

Determination of area of a field by Cross staff survey.

Experiment 4.

Study of various types of chained.

Experiment 5.

Determination of included angle with the help of a Prismatic Compass.

Experiment 6.

Plotting a closed traverse and elimination of errors.

Experiment 7.

Determination of width of an inaccessible obstacle by intersection.

Experiment 8.

Determination of location of instrument station by two point problem.

Experiment 9.

Determination of location of instrument station by two point problem.

Experiment 10.

Determination of location of instrument station by three point problem.

Experiment 11.

Study of Miner’s dial.

Experiment 12.

Study of Dumpy level.

Experiment 13.

Determination of difference in elevation and gradient between two stations using dumpy

level.

Experiment 14.

Fly leveling by Tilting level.

Experiment 15.

Longitudinal sectioning by Level.

Text Books:

1. Mine surveying by S. Ghatak

2. Surveying & Levelling by B. C. Punamia

Reference Books:

1. Surveying & Levelling by Kanetkar & Kulkarni

Semester III 10

DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Programming with C Lab Subject Code: CS20323(MI)

Semester: B.Tech. III Sem. Board of Studies: Computer Sc.

Maximum Marks: 20 Minimum Marks: 10

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

0 0 3 2

List of programs (should not be less than 10):

1. Write a program to take the radius of a sphere as input and print the volume and

surface and surface area of that sphere.

2. Write a program to take a 5-digit number as input and calculate the sum of its digits.

3. Write a program to take three sides of a triangle as input and verify whether the

triangle is an isosceles, scalene or an equilateral triangle.

4. Write a program that will take 3 positive integers as input and verify whether or not

they form a Pythagorean triplet or not.

5. Write a program to print all the Prime numbers between a given range.

6. Write a program to define a function that will take an integer as argument and return

the sum of digits of that integer

7. Write a program to define a macro that can calculate the greater of two of its

arguments. Use this macro to calculate the greatest of 4 integers.

8. Write a program to define a recursive function that will print the reverse of its

integer argument.

9. Write a program to print the sum of first N even numbers using recursive function.

10. Write a program to sort an array using Bubble sort technique.

11. Write a program that will take the elements of two integer arrays of 5 element each, and

insert the common elements of both the array into a third array (Set intersection)

12. Write a program to take 5 names as input and print the longest name.

13. Write a program to define a structure Student that will contain the roll number, name

and total marks of a student. The program will ask the user to input the details of 5

students and print the detail of all the students whose total marks is greater than a given

value.

14. Write a program to define a union Contact that will contain the members Mobile no

and E- mail id. Now define a structure Employee that will contain name, roll

number, mode of contact (mob/e-mail) and a variable of type Contact as members.

The program will ask the user to give the details of two Employees including mode of

contact and the contact num/ E- mail. Print the details of both the Employees.

15. Write a program that will ask the user to input a file name and copy the contents of

that file into another file.

16. Write a program that will take any number of integers from the command line as

argument and print the sum of all those integers.

Text Books:

1. Let us C – Yashwant Kanetkar BPB Publication

2. Programming in ANSI C – E. Balaguruswamy Tata Mc-Gcraw Hill

Reference Books:

2. Programming with C – Ritchie