VTU Syllabus Civil Engineering 3rd Semester & Marking Scheme

VTU Syllabus Civil Engineering 3rd SemesterVTU Syllabus Civil Engineering 3rd Semester 2020: Every semester has an important role to shape Civil engineering Career. To score the better mark in the semester, you must aware of the latest Civil Engineering Syllabus and marking scheme. It will give you information about the important chapters and concepts to be covered in all subjects.

Based on the score in a Civil Engineering degree, you can shape your career in the proper way.

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VTU Syllabus Civil Engineering 3rd Semester 2020

VTU publishes the latest syllabus for all branches in its official Website. With the latest Civil Engineering Syllabus for the 3rd Semester, you can create a solid study plan and score a better mark in all subjects in the semester exam.

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Check the latest VTU Syllabus Civil Engineering 3rd Semester 2020 from below.

TRANSFORM CALCULUS, FOURIER SERIES AND NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES

Course Code

18MAT31

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week (L: T:P)

(2:2:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

03

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives:

· To have an insight into Fourier series, Fourier transforms, Laplace transforms, Difference equations and Z-transforms.

· To develop the proficiency in variational calculus and solving ODE’s arising in engineering

applications, using numerical methods.

Module-1

Laplace Transform: Definition and Laplace transforms of elementary functions (statements only). Laplace transforms of Periodic functions (statement only) and unit-step function – problems.

Inverse Laplace Transform: Definition and problem s, Convolution theorem to find the inverse Laplace

transforms (without Proof) and problems. Solution of linear differential equations using Laplace transforms.

Module-2

Fourier Series: Periodic functions, Dirichlet’s condition. Fourier series of periodic functions period 2p and arbitrary period. Half range Fourier series. Practical harmonic analysis.

Module-3

Fourier Transforms: Infinite Fourier transforms, Fourier sine and cosine transforms. Inverse Fourier transforms. Problems.

Difference Equations and Z-Transforms: Difference equations, basic definition, z-transform-definition, Standard z-transforms, Damping and shifting rules, initial value and final value theorems (without proof) and problems, Inverse z-transform and applications to solve difference equations.

Module-4

Numerical Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations(ODE’s):

Numerical solution of ODE’s of first order and first degree- Taylor’s series method, Modified Euler’s method. Runge – Kutta method of fourth order, Milne’s and Adam-Bash forth predictor and corrector method (No

derivations of formulae)-Problems.

Module-5

Numerical Solution of Second Order ODE’s: Runge-Kutta method and Milne’s predictor and corrector method. (No derivations of formulae).

Calculus of Variations: Variation of function and functional, variational problems, Euler’s equation, Geodesics, hanging chain, problems.

Course outcomes: At the end of the course the student will be able to:

· CO1: Use Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform in solving differential/ integral equation arising in network analysis, control systems and other fields of engineering.

· CO2: Demonstrate Fourier series to study the behaviour of periodic functions and their applications in system communications, digital signal processing and field theory.

· CO3: Make use of Fourier transform and Z-transform to illustrate discrete/continuous function arising in wave and heat propagation, signals and systems.

· CO4: Solve first and second order ordinary differential equations arising in engineering problems using single step and multistep numerical methods.

· CO5:Determine the externals of functional using calculus of variations and solve problems arising in dynamics of rigid bodies and vibrational analysis.

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Sl No

Title of the Book

Name of the Author/s

Name of the Publisher

Edition Year

and

Textbooks

1

Advanced Engineering

Mathematics

E. Kreyszig

John Wiley & Sons

10th

2016

Edition,

2

Higher Engineering Mathematics

B. S. Grewal

Khanna Publishers

44th

2017

Edition,

3

Engineering Mathematics

Srimanta Pal et al

Oxford

Press

University

3rd Edition, 2016

Reference Books

1

Advanced Engineering

Mathematics

C. Ray Wylie,

Louis C. Barrett

McGraw-Hill Book Co

6th Edition, 1995

2

Introductory Methods of

Numerical Analysis

S. S. Sastry

Prentice Hall of India

4th Edition 2010

3

Higher Engineering Mathematics

B.V. Ramana

McGraw-Hill

11th Edition,2010

4

A Textbook of Engineering

Mathematics

N. P. Bali and

Manish Goyal

Laxmi Publications

6th Edition, 2014

5

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Chandrika Prasad and

Reena Garg

Khanna Publishing,

2018

Web links and Video Lectures:

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses.php?disciplineID=111

2. http://www.class-central.com/subject/math(MOOCs)

3. http://academicearth.org/

4. VTU EDUSAT PROGRAMME – 20

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Course Code

18CV32

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week (L:T:P)

(3:2:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

04

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: This course will enable students

1. To understand the basic concepts of the stresses and strains for different materials and strength of structural elements.

2. To know the development of internal forces and resistance mechanism for one dimensional and two- dimensional structural elements.

3. To analyse and understand different internal forces and stresses induced due to representative loads on structural elements.

4. To determine slope and deflections of beams.

5. To evaluate the behaviour of torsion members, columns and struts.

Module-1

Simple Stresses and Strain: Introduction, Definition and concept and of stress and strain. Hooke’s law, Stress-Strain diagrams for ferrous and non-ferrous materials, factor of safety, Elongation of tapering bars of circular and rectangular cross sections, Elongation due to self-weight. Saint Venant’s principle, Compound bars, Temperature stresses, Compound section subjected to temperature stresses, state of simple shear, Elastic

constants and their relationship.

Module-2

Compound Stresses: Introduction, state of stress at a point, General two dimensional stress system, Principal stresses and principal planes. Mohr’s circle of stresses. Theory of failures: Max. Shear stress theory and Max. principal stress theory.

Thin and Thick Cylinders: Introduction, Thin cylinders subjected to internal pressure; Hoop stresses, Longitudinal stress and change in volume. Thick cylinders subjected to both internal and external pressure; Lame’s equation, radial and hoop stress distribution.

Module-3

Shear Force and Bending Moment in Beams: Introduction to types of beams, supports and loadings. Definition of bending moment and shear force, Sign conventions, relationship between load intensity, bending moment and shear force. Shear force and bending moment diagrams for statically determinate beams subjected to points load, uniformly distributed loads, uniformly varying loads, couple and their combinations.

Module-4

Bending and Shear Stresses in Beams: Introduction, pure bending theory, Assumptions, derivation of bending equation, modulus of rupture, section modulus, flexural rigidity. Expression for transverse shear stress in beams, Bending and shear stress distribution diagrams for circular, rectangular, ‘I’, and ‘T’ sections. Shear centre (only concept).

Torsion in Circular Shaft: Introduction, pure torsion, Assumptions, derivation of torsion equation for circular shafts, torsional rigidity and polar modulus Power transmitted by a shaft.

Module-5

Deflection of Beams: Definition of slope, Deflection and curvature, Sign conventions, Derivation of moment- curvature equation. Double integration method and Macaulay’s method: Slope and deflection for standard loading cases and for determinate prismatic beams subjected to point loads, UDL, UVL and couple.

Columns and Struts: Introduction, short and long columns. Euler’s theory; Assumptions, Derivation for Euler’s Buckling load for different end conditions, Limitations of Euler’s theory. Rankine-Gordon’s formula for columns.

Course outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able;

1. To evaluate the basic concepts of the stresses and strains for different materials and strength of structural elements.

2. To evaluate the development of internal forces and resistance mechanism for one dimensional and two dimensional structural elements.

3. To analyse different internal forces and stresses induced due to representative loads on structural elements.

4. To evaluate slope and deflections of beams.

5. To evaluate the behaviour of torsion members, columns and struts.

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Textbooks:

1. B.S. Basavarajaiah, P. Mahadevappa “Strength of Materials” in SI Units, University Press (India) Pvt. Ltd., 3rd Edition,2010

2. Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston and Jr. John T. De Wolf “Mechanics of Materials”, Tata McGraw-Hill, Third Edition, SI Units

Reference Books:

1. D.H. Young, S.P. Timoshenko “Elements of Strength of Materials” East West Press Pvt. Ltd., 5th Edition (Reprint2014).

2. R K Bansal, “A Textbook of Strength of Materials”, 4th Edition, Laxmi Publications, 2010.

3. S.S. Rattan “Strength of Materials” McGraw Hill Education (India) Pvt. Ltd., 2nd Edition (Sixth reprint2013).

4. Vazirani, V N, Ratwani M M. and S K Duggal “Analysis of Structures Vol. I”, 17th Edition, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

FLUIDS MECHANICS

Course Code

18CV33

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(3:0:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

03

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: The objectives of this course is to make students to learn:

1. The Fundamental properties of fluids and its applications.

2. Hydrostatic laws and application to solve practical problem.

3. Principles of Kinematics and Hydrodynamics for practical applications.

4. Basic design of pipes and pipe networks considering flow, pressure and its losses.

5. The basic flow rate measurements.

Module-1

Fluids & Their Properties: Concept of fluid, Systems of units. Properties of fluid; Mass density, Specific weight, Specific gravity, Specific volume, Viscosity, Newton’s law of viscosity (theory & problems), Cohesion, Adhesion, Surface tension, Pressure inside a water droplet, soap bubble and liquid jet. Numerical problems,& Capillarity. Capillary rise in a vertical tube and between two plane surfaces (theory & problems). Vapor pressure of liquid, compressibility and bulk modulus, Fluid as a continuum,

Fluid Pressure and Its Measurements: Definition of pressure, Pressure at a point, Pascal’s law, Variation of pressure with depth. Types of pressure. Measurement of pressure using simple, differential & inclined manometers (theory & problems). Introduction to Mechanical and electronic pressure measuring devices.

Module-2

Hydrostatic forces on Surfaces: Definition, Total pressure, centre of pressure, total pressure on horizontal, vertical and inclined plane surface, total pressure on curved surfaces, water pressure on gravity dams, Lock gates. Numerical Problems.

Fundamentals of fluid flow (Kinematics): Introduction. Methods of describing fluid motion. Velocity and Total acceleration of a fluid particle. Types of fluid flow, Description of flow pattern. Basic principles of fluid flow, three- dimensional continuity equation in Cartesian coordinate system. Derivation for Rotational and irrational motion. Potential function, stream function, orthogonality of streamlines and equipotential lines.

Numerical problems on Stream function and velocity potential. Introduction to flow net.

Module-3

Fluid Dynamics: Introduction. Forces acting on fluid in motion. Euler’s equation of motion along a streamline and Bernoulli’s equation. Assumptions and limitations of Bernoulli’s equation. Modified Bernoulli’s equation. Problems on applications of Bernoulli’s equation (with and without losses).

Momentum equation problems on pipe bends.

Applications: Introduction. Venturi meter, Orifice meter, Pitot tube. Numerical Problems.

Module-4

Orifice and Mouth piece: Introduction, classification, flow through orifice, hydraulic coefficients and Numerical problems. Mouthpiece, classification, Borda’s Mouthpiece (No problems).

Notches and Weirs: Introduction. Classification, discharge over rectangular, triangular, trapezoidal notches, Cippoletti notch, broad crested weirs. Numerical problems. Ventilation of weirs, submerged weirs.

Module-5

Flow through Pipes: Introduction. Major and minor losses in pipe flow. Darcy- Weis bach equation for head loss due to friction in a pipe. Pipes in series, pipes in parallel, equivalent pipe-problems. Minor losses in pipe flow, equation for head loss due to sudden expansion. Numerical problems. Hydraulic gradient line, energy gradient line. Numerical problems, .Pipe Networks, Hardy Cross method (No problems on pipe networks),

Surge Analysis in Pipes: Water hammer in pipes, equations for pressure rise due to gradual valve closure and sudden closure for rigid and elastic pipes. Problems.

Course outcomes: After successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1. Possess a sound knowledge of fundamental properties of fluids and fluid Continuum

2. Compute and solve problems on hydrostatics, including practical applications

3. Apply principles of mathematics to represent kinematic concepts related to fluid flow

4. Apply fundamental laws of fluid mechanics and the Bernoulli’s principle for practical applications

5. Compute the discharge through pipes and over notches and weirs

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Textbooks:

1. P N Modi and S M Seth, “Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, including Hydraulic Machines”, 20th edition, 2015, Standard Book House, New Delhi

2. R.K. Bansal, “A Text book of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi

3. S K SOM and G Biswas, “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

Reference Books:

1. Victor L Streeter, Benjamin Wylie E and Keith W Bedford, “Fluid Mechanics”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd., New Delhi, 2008(Ed).

2. K Subramanya, “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.

3. K Subramanya, “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines-problems and solutions”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.

4. J. F. Douglas, J. M. Gasoriek, John Swaffield, Lynne Jack, “Fluid Mechanics”, Pearson, Fifth Edition.

5. Mohd. Kaleem Khan, “Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”, Oxford University Press.

BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION

Course Code

18CV34

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(3:0:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

03

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: This course will develop a student;

1. To recognize good construction materials based on properties.

2. To investigate soil properties and design suitable foundation.

3. To understand the types and properties of masonry materials and supervise masonry construction.

4. To gain knowledge of structural components like lintels, arches, staircase and roofs.

5. To understand the finishes in construction like flooring, plastering, paining.

Module-1

Building Materials: Stone as building material; Requirement of good building stones, Dressing of stones, Deterioration and Preservation of stone work. Bricks; Classification, Manufacturing of clay bricks, Requirement of good bricks. Field and laboratory tests on bricks; compressive strength, water absorption, efflorescence, dimension and warpage.

Cement Concrete blocks, Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Blocks, Sizes, requirement of good blocks. Timber as construction material.

Fine aggregate: Natural and manufactured: Sieve analysis, zoning, specify gravity, bulking, moisture content, deleterious materials.

Coarse aggregate: Natural and manufactured: Importance of size, shape and texture. Grading of aggregates, Sieve analysis, specific gravity, Flakiness and elongation index, crushing, impact and abrasion tests.

Module-2

Foundation: Preliminary investigation of soil, safe bearing capacity of soil, Function and requirements of good foundation , types of foundation , introduction to spread, combined , strap, mat and pile foundation

Masonry: Definition and terms used in masonry. Brick masonry, characteristics and requirements of good brick masonry, Bonds in brick work, Header, Stretcher, English, Flemish bond, Stone masonry,

Requirements of good stone masonry, Classification, characteristics of different stone masonry, Joints in stone masonry. Types of walls; load bearing, partition walls, cavity walls.

Module-3

Lintels and Arches: Definition, function and classification of lintels, Balconies, chejja and canopy. Arches; Elements and Stability of an Arch.

Floors and roofs: Floors; Requirement of good floor, Components of ground floor, Selection of flooring material Procedure for laying of Concrete (VDF), Mosaic, Kota, Slate, Marble, Granite, Tile flooring, Cladding of tiles.

Roof: Requirement of good roof, Types of roof, Elements of a pitched roof, Trussed roof, King post Truss, Queen Post Truss, Steel Truss, Different roofing materials, R.C.C. Roof.

Module-4

Doors, Windows and Ventilators: Location of doors and windows, technical terms, Materials for doors and windows: PVC, CPVC and Aluminum. Types of Doors and Windows: Paneled, Flush, Collapsible, Rolling shutter, Paneled and glazed Window, Bay Window, French window. Steel windows, Ventilators. Sizes as per IS recommendations.

Stairs: Definitions, technical terms and types of stairs: Wood, RCC, Metal. Requirements of good stairs. Geometrical design of RCC doglegged and open-well stairs.

Formwork: Introduction to form work, scaffolding, shoring, under pinning.

Module-5

Plastering and Pointing: Mortar and its types. Purpose, materials and methods of plastering and pointing: Sand faced plastering, Stucco plastering, lathe plastering, defects in plastering . Water proofing with various thicknesses.

Damp proofing– causes, effects and methods.

Paints– Purpose, types, technical terms, ingredients and defects, Preparation and applications of paints to new and old plastered surfaces, wooden and steel surfaces.

Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1. Select suitable materials for buildings and adopt suitable construction techniques.

2. Decide suitable type of foundation based on soil parameters

3. Supervise the construction of different building elements based on suitability

4. Exhibit the knowledge of building finishes and form work requirements

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

Textbooks:

1. Sushil Kumar “Building Materials and construction”, 20th edition, reprint 2015,StandardPublishers

2. Dr. B. C. Punmia, Ashok kumar Jain, Arun Kumar Jain, “Building Construction, Laxmi Publications (P) ltd., New Delhi.

3. Rangawala S. C. “Engineering Materials”, Charter Publishing House, Anand, India.

Reference Books:

1. S. K. Duggal, “Building Materials”, (Fourth Edition)New Age International (P) Limited, 2016 National Building Code(NBC) of India

2. P C Vergese, “Building Materials”, PHI Learning Pvt.Ltd

3. Building Materials and Components, CBRI, 1990,India

4. Jagadish. K.S, “Alternative Building Materials Technology”, New Age International,2007.

5. M. S. Shetty, “Concrete Technology”, S. Chand & Co. New Delhi.

BASIC SURVEYING

Course Code

18CV35

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(3:0:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

03

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: This course will enable students to;

1. Understand the basic principles of Surveying

2. Learn Linear and Angular measurements to arrive at solutions to basic surveying problems.

3. Employ conventional surveying data capturing techniques and process the data for computations.

4. Analyze the obtained spatial data to compute areas and volumes and draw contours to represent 3D data on plane figures.

Module-1

Introduction: Definition of surveying, Objectives and importance of surveying. Classification of surveys. Principles of surveying. Units of measurements, Surveying measurements and errors, types of errors, precision and accuracy. Classification of maps, map scale, conventional symbols, topographic maps, map layout, Survey of India Map numbering systems.

Measurement of Horizontal Distances: Measuring tape and types. Measurement using tapes, Taping on level ground and sloping ground. Errors and corrections in tape measurements, ranging of lines, direct and indirect methods of ranging, Electronic distance measurement, basic principle. Booking of tape survey work, Field book, entries, Conventional symbols, Obstacles in tape survey, Numerical problems.

Module-2

Measurement of Directions and Angles: Compass survey: Basic definitions; meridians, bearings, magnetic and True bearings. Prismatic and surveyor’s compasses, temporary adjustments, declination. Quadrantal bearings, whole circle bearings, local attraction and related problems

Traversing: Traverse Survey and Computations: Latitudes and departures, rectangular coordinates, Traverse adjustments, Bowditch rule and transit rule, Numerical Problems.

Module-3

Leveling: Basic terms and definitions, Methods of leveling, Dumpy level, auto level, digital and laser levels. Curvature and refraction corrections. Booking and reduction of levels. Differential leveling, profile leveling, fly leveling, check leveling, reciprocal leveling.

Module-4

Plane Table Surveying: Plane table and accessories, Advantages and limitations of plane table survey, Orientation and methods of orientation, Methods of plotting – Radiation, Intersection, Traversing, Resection method, Two point and three point problems, Solution to two point problem by graphical method, Solution to three point problem Bessel’s graphical method, Errors in plane table survey.

Module-5

Areas and Volumes: Measurement of area by dividing the area into geometrical figures, area from offsets, mid ordinate rule, trapezoidal and Simpson’s one third rule, area from co-ordinates, introduction to planimeter, digital planimeter. Measurement of volumes- trapezoidal and prismoidal formula.

Contouring: Contours, Methods of contouring, Interpolation of contours, contour gradient, characteristics of contours and uses.

Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1. Posses a sound knowledge of fundamental principles Geodetics

2. Measurement of vertical and horizontal plane, linear and angular dimensions to arrive at solutions to basic surveying problems.

3. Capture geodetic data to process and perform analysis for survey problems]

4. Analyse the obtained spatial data and compute areas and volumes. Represent 3D data on plane figures as contours

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Textbooks:

1. B.C. Punmia, “Surveying Vol.1”, Laxmi Publications pvt. Ltd., New Delhi –2009.

2. Kanetkar T P and S V Kulkarni , Surveying and Leveling Part I, Pune VidyarthiGrihaPrakashan,1988

Reference Books:

1. S.K. Duggal, “Surveying Vol.1”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi.2009.

2. K.R. Arora, “Surveying Vol. 1” Standard Book House, New Delhi. –2010

3. R Subramanian, Surveying and Leveling, Second edition, Oxford University Press, NewDelhi

4. A. Bannister, S. Raymond , R. Baker, “Surveying”, Pearson, 7th ed., NewDelhi

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

Course Code

18CV36

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(3:0:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

03

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: This course will enable students;

1. To inculcate the importance of earth’s interior and application of Geology in civil engineering. Attempts are made to highlight the industrial applications of minerals.

2. To create awareness among Civil engineers regarding the use of rocks as building materials.

3. To provide knowledge on dynamic Geology and its importance in modifying the physical character of rocks which cause rocks suitable or unsuitable in different civil engineering projects such as Dams, bridges, tunnels and highways.

4. To educate the ground water management regarding diversified geological formations, climatologically dissimilarity which are prevailed in the country. To highlight the concept of rain water harvesting.

5. To understand the application of Remote Sensing and GIS, Natural disaster and management and environmental awareness.

Module-1

Introduction: Application of Geology in Civil Engineering Practices, Understanding the earth, internal structure and composition.

Mineralogy: Mineral properties, composition and their use in the manufacture of construction materials – Quartz Group (Glass); Feldspar Group (Ceramic wares and Flooring tiles); Kaolin (Paper, paint and textile); Asbestos (AC sheets); Carbonate Group ( Cement) ; Gypsum (POP, gypsum sheets, cement); Mica Group (Electrical

industries); Ore minerals – Iron ores (Steel); Chro mite (Alloy); Bauxite (aluminum); Chalcopyrite (copper).

Module-2

Petrology & Geomorphology: Formation, Classification and Engineering Properties of: Igneous rocks-Types of Granite, Dolerite, Basalt, Pumice, Granite Porphyry. Sedimentary Rocks– Sandstone, Limestone, Shale, Late rite, Conglomerate. Metamorphic Rocks– Gneiss, Slate, Muscovite & Biotite schist, Marble, Quartzite. Rock weathering: types and their effects on Civil Engineering Projects. Landforms, Drainage pattern and types. Soil formation and soil profile. The apprehension of Index properties of rocks: Porosity, Density, Permeability, and Durability. Selection of rocks as materials for construction, as a foundation, Decorative, Flooring, and Roofing,

Concrete Aggregate, Road Metal, Railway Ballast with examples.

Module-3

Structural Geology & Rock Mechanics: Structural aspects of rocks like Outcrop, Dip and strike, Folds, Faults, Joints, Unconformities and their influence on Engineering Projects/structures like dam, tunnels, slope treatment; ground improvement, recognition of the structures in field and their types/classification. Rock Quality Determination (RQD) & Rock Structure Rating (RSR). Geological site characterization: Dam foundations and rock Foundation treatment for dams and Reservoirs heavy structures by grouting and rock reinforcement.

Tunnels: Basic terminology and application, site investigations, Coastlines and their engineering considerations.

Module-4

Hydrogeology: Hydrological cycle, Vertical distribution of groundwater, artesian groundwater in soil and rock. Water Bearing Formations, Aquifer and its types – Aquitard, Aquifuge, and Aquiclude. Porosity, Specific yield and retention, Permeability, Transmissibility and Storage Coefficient. Determination of Quality – SAR, RSC and TH of Groundwater. Groundwater Exploration- Electrical Resistivity and Seismic methods, Artificial Recharge of Groundwater, Rain water harvesting and methods, Seawater intrusion in coastal areas and remedies. Groundwater

Pollution. Floods and its control, Cyclone and its effects.

Module-5

Seismology and Geodesy: Earthquake – Causes and Effects, Seismic waves, engineering problems related to Earthquakes, Earthquake intensity, Richter scale, Seismograph, Seismic zones- World and India. Tsunam1i1- causes and effects, Volcanic Eruptions. Landslides (Mass movements) causes, types and remedial measures –stability assessment for soil and rock slopes. Study of Topographic maps and Contour maps; Remote Sensing – Concept,

Application and its Limitations; Geographic Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) –

Concept and their use resource mapping. Aerial Photography, LANDSAT Imagery – Definition and its use.

Impact of Mining, Quarrying and Reservoirs on Environment. Natural Disasters and their mitigation

Course outcomes: After a successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

1. Apply geological knowledge in different civil engineering practice.

2. Students will acquire knowledge on durability and competence of foundation rocks, and confidence enough to use the best building materials.

3. Civil Engineers are competent enough for the safety, stability, economy and life of the structures that they construct.

4. Able to solve various issues related to ground water exploration, build up dams, bridges, tunnels which are often confronted with ground water problems.

5. Intelligent enough to apply GIS, GPS and remote sensing as a latest tool in different civil engineering construction.

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Textbooks:

1. P.K. Mukerjee, “A Text Book of Geology”, World Press Pvt., Ltd.Kolkatta.

2. Parbin Singh, “Text Book of Engineering and General Geology”, Published by S.K.Kataria and Sons, New Dehli.

Reference Books:

1. Earthquake Tips – Learning Earthquake Design and Construction – C V R Murthy Published by National Information Centre of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. Dimitri P Krynine and William R Judd, “Principles of Engineering Geology and Geotechnics”, CBS Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.

2. K V G K Gokhale, “Principles of Engineering Geology”, B S Publications, Hyderabad.

3. M Anji Reddy, “Text book of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System”, BS Publications, Hyderabad.

5. M Anji Reddy, “Text book of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System”, BS Publications, Hyderabad.

6. Ground water Assessment, development and Management by K.R. Karanth, Tata Mc Graw Hills

7. K. Todd, “Groundwater Hydrology”, Tata Mac Grow Hill, NewDelhi.

8. D. Venkata Reddy, “Engineering Geology”, New Age International Publications, NewDelhi.

9. S.K Duggal, H.K Pandey and N Rawal, “Engineering Geology”, McGrawHill Education (India) Pvt, Ltd. Ne Delhi.

10. M.P Billings, “Structural Geology”, CBS Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.

11. K. S. Valdiya, “Environmental Geology”,, Tata Mc Grew Hills.

12. M. B. Ramachandra Rao, “Outlines of Geophysical Prospecting- A Manual for Geologists”, Prasaranga, University of Mysore, Mysore

COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING PLANNING AND DRAWING

Course Code

18CVL37

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(0:2:2)

SEE Marks

60

Total Number of Lecture/Practice Hours

02

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: Provide students with a basic understanding

1. Achieve skill sets to prepare computer aided engineering drawings

2. Understand the details of construction of different building elements.

3. Visualize the completed form of the building and the intricacies of construction based on the engineering drawings.

Module:1

Drawing Basics: Selection of scales for various drawings, thickness of lines, dimensioning, abbreviations and conventional representations as per IS: 962.

Simple engineering drawings with CAD drawing tools : Lines, Circle, Arc, Poly line, Multiline, Polygon, Rectangle, Spline, Ellipse, Modify tools: Erase, Copy, Mirror, Offset, Array, Move, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Lengthen, Trim, Extend, Break, Chamfer and Fillet, Using Text: Single line text, Multiline text, Spelling, Edit text, Special Features: View tools, Layers concept, Dimension tools, Hatching, Customizing toolbars, Working with multiple drawings.

Module:2

Drawings Related to Different Building Elements:

Following drawings are to be prepared for the data given using CAD Software

a) Cross section of Foundation, masonry wall, RCC columns with isolated & combined footings.

b) Different types of bonds in brick masonry.

c) Different types of staircases – Dog legged, Open well.

d) Lintel and chajja.

e) RCC slabs and beams.

f) Cross section of a pavement.

g) Septic Tank and sedimentation Tank.

h) Layout plan of Rainwater recharging and harvesting system.

i) Cross sectional details of a road for a Residential area with provision for all services.¸

j) Steel truss (connections Bolted).

Note: Students should sketch to dimension the above in a sketch book before doing the computer drawing.

Module -3:

Building Drawings: Principles of planning, Planning regulations and building bye-laws, factors affecting site selection, Functional planning of residential and public buildings, design aspects for different public buildings. Recommendations of NBC.

Drawing of Plan, elevation and sectional elevation including electrical, plumbing and sanitary services using CAD software for:

1. Single and double story residential building.

2. Hostel building.

3. Hospital building.

4. School building.

Submission drawing (sanction drawing) of two storied residential building with access to terrace including all details and statements as per the local bye-laws

Note:

· Students should sketch to dimension the above in a sketch book before doing the computer drawing

· One compulsory field visit/exercise to be carried out.

· Single line diagrams to be given in the examination. 13

Course Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to

1. Prepare, read and interpret the drawings in a professional set up.

2.KnowtheproceduresofsubmissionofdrawingsandDevelopworkingandsubmissiondrawingsforbuilding.

3. Plananddesignaresidentialorpublicbuildingasperthegivenrequirements.

Question paper pattern:

· There will be four full questions with sub divisions if necessary from Module2 with each full question carrying twenty five marks. Students have to answer any two questions.

· There will be two full questions from Module 3 with each full question carrying fifty marks. Students have to answer any one question. The conduction of examination and question paper format of should be in lines of 1st year CAED drawing. It’s a drawing paper but the exam will be conducted by batches in the computer labs. Question papers should be given in batches.

Textbook:

1. MG Shah, CM Kale, SY Patki, “Building drawing with an integrated approach to Built Environment Drawing” , Tata McGraw Hill Publishing co. Ltd., New Delhi

2. Gurucharan Singh, “Building Construction”, Standard Publishers, & distributors, New Delhi.

3. Malik R S and Meo G S, “Civil Engineering Drawing”, Asian Publishers/Computech Publications Pvt Ltd.

Reference Books:

1. Time Saver Standard by Dodge F. W., F. W. Dodge Corp.

2. IS: 962-1989 (Code of practice for architectural and building drawing).

3. National Building Code, BIS, New Delhi.

BUILDING MATERIALS TESTING LABORATORY

Course Code

18CVL38

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week(L:T:P)

(0:2:2)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

02

Exam Hours

03

Course Learning Objectives: The objectives of this course is to make students to learn:

1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering in calculating the mechanical properties of structural materials.

2. Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams in the area of materials testing.

3. Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering.

4. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility in the areas of material testing.

5. Ability to communicate effectively the mechanical properties of materials.

Experiments:

1. Tension test on mild steel and HYSD bars.

2. Compression test on mild steel, cast iron and wood.

3. Torsion test on mild steel circular sections.

4. Bending Test on Wood Under two point loading.

5. Shear Test on Mild steel- single and double shear.

6. Impact test on Mild Steel (Charpy & Izod).

7. Hardness tests on ferrous and non-ferrous metals- Brinell’s, Rockwell and Vicker’s.

8. Tests on Bricks, Tiles and Concrete Blocks.

9. Tests on Fine aggregates-Moisture content, Specific gravity, Bulk density, Sieve analysis and Bulking.

10. Tests on Coarse aggregates-Absorption, Moisture content, specific gravity, Bulk density and Sieve analysis.

11. Demonstration of Strain gauges and Strain indicators.

NOTE: All tests to be carried out as per relevant latest BIS Codes

Course Outcomes: After successful completion of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Reproduce the basic knowledge of mathematics and engineering in finding the strength in tension, compression, shear and torsion.

2. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems of structural elements subjected to flexure.

3. Evaluate the impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues regarding failure of structures due to unsuitable materials.

Question paper pattern:

· Group experiments – Tension test, compression test, torsion test and bending test.

· Individual Experiments – Remaining tests.

· Two questions are to be set – One from group experiments and the other as individual experiment.

· Instructions as printed on the cover page of answer script for split up of marks to be strictly followed.

· All exercises are to be included for practical examination.

Reference Books:

1. Davis, Troxell and Hawk, “Testing of Engineering Materials”, International Student Edition – McGraw Hill Book Co. New Delhi.

2. M L Gambhir and Neha Jamwal, “Building and construction materials-Testing and quality control”, McGraw Hill education (India)Pvt. Ltd.,2014.

3. Fenner, “Mechanical Testing of Materials”, George Newnes Ltd. London.

4. Holes K A, “Experimental Strength of Materials”, English Universities Press Ltd. London.

5. Suryanarayana A K, “Testing of Metallic Materials”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.

6. Kukreja C B, Kishore K. and Ravi Chawla “Material Testing Laboratory Manual”, Standard Publishers & Distributors1996.

7. Relevant latest IS Codes.

CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND CYBER LAW (CPC)

Course Code

18CPC39/49

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week (L:T:P)

(1:0:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

01

Exam Hours

02

Course Learning Objectives: To

· know the fundamental political codes, structure, procedures, powers, and duties of Indian government institutions, fundamental rights, directive principles, and the duties of citizens

· Understand engineering ethics and their responsibilities; identify their individual roles and ethical responsibilities towards society.

· Know about the cybercrimes and cyber laws for cyber safety measures.

Module-1

Introduction to Indian Constitution: The Necessity of the Constitution, The Societies before and after the Constitution adoption. Introduction to the Indian constitution, The Making of the Constitution, The Role of the Constituent Assembly – Preamble and Salient features of the Constitution of India. Fundamental Rights and its Restriction and limitations in different Complex Situations. Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)

and its present relevance in our society with examples. Fundamental Duties and its Scope and significance in Nation building.

Module-2

Union Executive and State Executive: Parliamentary System, Federal System, Centre-State Relations. Union Executive – President, Prime Minister, Union Cabinet, Parliament – LS and RS, Parliamentary Committees, Important Parliamentary Terminologies. Supreme Court of India, Judicial Reviews and Judicial Activism.

State Executives – Governor, Chief Minister, State Cabinet, State Legislature, High Court and Subordinate Courts, Special Provisions (Articles 370.371,371J) for some States.

Module-3

Elections, Amendments and Emergency Provisions: Elections, Electoral Process, and Election Commission of India, Election Laws. Amendments – Methods in Constitutional Amendments (How and Why) and Important Constitutional Amendments. Amendments – 7,9,10,12,42,44, 61, 73,74, ,75, 86, and 91,94,95,100,101,118 and some important Case Studies. Emergency Provisions, types of Emergencies and its consequences.

Constitutional special provisions: Special Provisions for SC and ST, OBC, Women, Children and Backward Classes.

Module-4

Professional / Engineering Ethics: Scope & Aims of Engineering & Professional Ethics – Business Ethics, Corporate Ethics, Personal Ethics. Engineering and Professionalism, Positive and Negative Faces of Engineering Ethics, Code of Ethics as defined in the website of Institution of Engineers (India): Profession, Professionalism, and Professional Responsibility. Clash of Ethics, Conflicts of Interest. Responsibilities in Engineering Responsibilities in Engineering and Engineering Standards, the impediments to Responsibility.

Trust and Reliability in Engineering, IPRs (Intellectual Property Rights), Risks, Safety and liability in Engineering

Module-5

Internet Laws, Cyber Crimes and Cyber Laws: Internet and Need for Cyber Laws, Modes of Regulation of Internet, Types of cyber terror capability, Net neutrality, Types of Cyber Crimes, India and cyber law, Cyber Crimes and the information Technology Act 2000, Internet Censorship. Cybercrimes and enforcement agencies.

Course Outcomes: On completion of this course, students will be able to,

· CO1: Have constitutional knowledge and legal literacy.

· CO2: Understand Engineering and Professional ethics and responsibilities of Engineers.

· CO3: Understand the the cybercrimes and cyber laws for cyber safety measures.

Question paper pattern for SEE and CIE:

· The SEE question paper will be set for 100 marks and the marks scored by the students will proportionately be reduced to 60. The pattern of the question paper will be objective type (MCQ).

· For the award of 40 CIE marks, refer the University regulations 2018.

Sl.

No.

Title of the Book

Name of the Author/s

Name of the Publisher

Edition and Year

Textbooks

1

Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Human Rights

Shubham Singles, Charles E. Haries, and et al

Cengage Learning India

2018

2

Cyber Security and Cyber Laws

Alfred Basta and et

al

Cengage Learning

India

2018

Reference Books

3

Introduction to the

Constitution of India

Durga Das Basu

Prentice –Hall,

2008.

4

Engineering Ethics

M. Govindarajan,

S. Natarajan,

V. S. Senthilkumar

Prentice –Hall,

2004

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS – I

(Mandatory Learning Course: Common to All Programmes)

(A Bridge course for Lateral Entry students under Diploma quota to BE/B. Tech programmes)

Course Code

18MATDIP31

CIE Marks

40

Teaching Hours/Week (L:T:P)

(2:2:0)

SEE Marks

60

Credits

0

Exam Hours

03

Course objectives:

· To provide basic concepts of complex trigonometry, vector algebra, differential and integral calculus.

· To provide an insight into vector differentiation and first order ODE’s.

Module-1

Complex Trigonometry: Complex Numbers: Definitions and properties. Modulus and amplitude of a complex number, Argand’s diagram, De-Moivre’s theorem (without proof).

Vector Algebra: Scalar and vectors. Addition and subtraction and multiplication of vectors- Dot and Cross

products, problems.

Module-2

Differential Calculus: Review of successive differentiation-illustrative examples. Maclaurin’s series expansions-Illustrative examples. Partial Differentiation: Euler’s theorem-problems on first order derivatives only. Total derivatives-differentiation of composite functions. Jacobians of order two-Problems.

Module-3

Vector Differentiation: Differentiation of vector functions. Velocity and acceleration of a particle moving on a space curve. Scalar and vector point functions. Gradient, Divergence, Curl-simple problems. Solenoidal and irrotational vector fields-Problems.

Module-4

Integral Calculus: Review of elementary integral calculus. Reduction formulae for sinnx, cosnx (with proof) and sinmx cosnx (without proof) and evaluation of these with standard limits-Examples. Double and triple integrals-Simple examples.

Module-5

Ordinary differential equations (ODE’s. Introduction-solutions of first order and first degree differential equations: exact, linear differential equations. Equations reducible to exact and Bernoulli’s equation.

Course outcomes: At the end of the course the student will be able to:

· CO1: Apply concepts of complex numbers and vector algebra to analyze the problems arising in related area.

· CO2: Use derivatives and partial derivatives to calculate rate of change of multivariate functions.

· CO3: Analyze position, velocity and acceleration in two and three dimensions of vector valued functions.

· CO4: Learn techniques of integration including the evaluation of double and triple integrals.

CO5: Identify and solve first order ordinary differential equations.

Question paper pattern:

· The question paper will have ten full questions carrying equal marks.

· Each full question will be for 20 marks.

· There will be two full questions (with a maximum of four sub- questions) from each module.

· Each full question will have sub- question covering all the topics under a module.

· The students will have to answer five full questions, selecting one full question from each module.

Sl No

Title of the Book

Name of the Author/s

Name of the Publisher

Edition and Year

Textbook

1

Higher Engineering Mathematics

B.S. Grewal

Khanna Publishers

43rd Edition,

2015

Reference Books

1

Advanced Engineering

Mathematics

E. Kreyszig

John Wiley & Sons

10th Edition,

2015

2

Engineering Mathematics

N.P.Bali and Manish

Goyal

Laxmi Publishers

7th Edition,

2007

3

Engineering Mathematics Vol.I

Rohit Khurana

Cengage Learning

1st Edition,

2015

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