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The question is interesting, I too will take part in discussion. Together we can come to a right answer. Syllabus for B.Tech (Civil Engineering), IIT-Kharagpur - 2011 Semester 1 MA10001 Mathematics I CY14001 Chemistry HS10001 English for Communication EC14001 Basic Electronics (or EE14001) ME10001 Mechanics 3 1 0 4 CE13001 Engineering Drawing and Graphics (or ME13001) EA19001 EAA I 0 0 3 1 EE14001 Electrical Technology (or EC14001) ME13001 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (or CE13001) Semester 2 MA10002 Mathematics II PH14002 Physics CS13002 Programming and Data Structure EC14001 Basic Electronics (or EE14001) CE13001 Engineering Drawing and Graphics (or ME13001) EA19002 EAA II EE14001 Electrical Technology (or EC14001) ME13001 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (or CE13001) Semester 3 CE23001 Water and Waste Water Engineering CE21003 Hydraulics CE21005 Solid Mechanics Breadth I MA20001 Mathematics III (Module 1) EA19003 EAA III Semester 4 CE23002 Transportation Engg. CE21004 Structural Analysis CE23006 Water Resources Engineering CE23008 Surveying I CE21010 Surveying II EA19004 EAA IV Semester 5 CE33001 Design of RC Structures CE33003 Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering Elective I Breadth (IT) Breadth II Semester 6 CE33002 Design of Steel Structures Elective II Elective III Elective IV Elective V CE37002 Project I Semester 7 Elective VI CE41001 IT & CAD Applications Elective (HSS I) CE47001 Project II CE48001 Industrial Training/Seminar Semester 8 Breadth III Breadth (HSS II) Breadth (IEM) CE47002 Project III CE48004 Comprehensive Viva Voce Detailed Syllabus Mathematics I Rolles theorem, Cauchys mean value theorem (Taylors and Maclaurin theorems with remainders, Indeterminate forms, Concavity and convexity of a curve, points of inflexion. Asymptotes and curvature. Limit, continuity and differentiability of functions of several variables, partial derivatives and their geometrical interpretation, differentials, derivatives of composite and implicit functions, derivatives of higher order and their commutativity, Eulers theorem on homogeneous functions, harmonic functions, Taylors expansion of functions of several variables, maxima and minima of functions of several variables Languages method of multipliers. First order differential equations exact, linear and Bernoullis form, second order differential equations with constant coefficients, Eulers equations, system of differential equations. Limit, continuity, differentiability and analyticity of functions Cauchy-Riemann eqations, Elementary complex functions, Line integrals, Cauchys integral theorem, Cauchys integral formula, Power series, Taylors series, Laurents series, Zeros and singularities, Residue theorem. Fundamental theorem of integral calculus, mean value theorems, evaluation of definite integrals reduction formulae. Chemistry CY14001 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes : Concept of entropy, Chemical potential, Equilibrium conditions for closed systems, Phase and reaction equilibria, Maxwell relations, Real gas and real solution. Electrochemical Systems : Electrochemical cells and EMF, Applications of EMF measurements: Thermodynamic data, activity coefficients, solubility product and pH, corrosion. Kinetics of Chemical Reactions : Reversible, consecutive and parallel reactions, Steady state approximation, Chain reactions, Photochemical kinetics. Bonding Models in Inorganic Chemistry : Molecular orbital theory, Valence-bond theory, Crystal field theory. Fundamentals of Microwave, IR and UV-VIS Spectroscopy : Basic concepts of spectroscopy, Selection rule, Determination of molecular structure. Coordination Chemistry : Coordination numbers, Chelate effect, Coordination complexes and application, Bio-inorganic chemistry : Metal ions in Biological systems., environmental aspects of Metals, NOx, CO, CO2. Organic Reaction Mechanism : Mechanisms of selected organic, bio-organic, polymerization and catalytic reactions. Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds : Selected Organic Compounds : Natural products and Biomolecules (Amino acids/nucleic acids/proteins). Laboratory Component : Suggested Experiments : 1.Surface tension and parachor 2.Measurement of the coefficient of viscosity : CMC of a surfactant 3.Conductometric titration 4.pH-metric/potentiometric titration 5.Solubility product 6.Kinetics of ester hydrolysis 7.Estimation of Fe2+ 8.EDTA titration 9.Estimation of base content and acid content of commercially available antacid and vitamin C respectively 10.Synthesis of Mohr;s salt 11.Synthesis of aspirin 12.Demonstration of a few important physico-chemical processes. (e.g. Gel electrophoresis, Oscillatory reactions) English for Communication HS10001 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Objective: This is a foundation course for first year students designed to stimulate intellectual exercise and to develop communication skills. Firstly, it aims at imparting to students a broad spectrum of ideas and values, with special emphasis on their contemporary relevance, to guide them in becoming socially responsible citizens and balanced human beings. Parallel to this, the course will train learners in the art of communication through language exercises of both general and technical varieties. For the fulfillment of the first objective, a selection of texts comprising essays, plays, stories and poems (both in original English and in translation from other including Indian languages) will be used. Wherever possible, texts will be supplemented by audio-visual materials. Texts illustrating some of the following themes will be used: Section A .Evolution of Values and the Quality of life. .The Operative Forces in Society. .The Weaker Nations and the Weaker Sections. .The Indian Psyche. .Ethics of Science, Business and Politics. .The Great Issues in the 21st Century. .Science and Technology for Man and the Earth. The second part of the course will be devoted to the development of the art of communication through oral (language laboratory) and written exercises as well as presentation techniques. The broad areas are indicated below: Section B .Interactive Communication Goals and Means .Techniques of Business Communication .Group Discussion and Formal Presentation .Effective Speaking Pronunciation, Intonation, Choice of Words (Register) (Mostly in the language laboratory) .Effective Writing Language, Style, Formal Devices and Modes Basic Electronics EC14001 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to electronics and electronic systems, Semiconductor and devices like diodes, BJT, FET, MOSFET, Rectifier and Filters, Transistor biasing. Small signal transistor amplifiers, Operational amplifiers, Feedback and Oscillators, Digital circuit and combinational logic, Sequential logic and flip-flops, ADC & DAC, Data acquisition systems, Memory systems, Case studies of electronic systems like microprocessors, radio & TV broadcasting, Mobile & cellular telephones, fiber optics & networking. Laboratory Component : Suggested Experiments Familiarization of electronic equipments and components Studies on Logic gates Using studies on RC and CR networks Studies on Rectifiers and Zener diode regulation Studies on Op. Amp Applications Studies on Flip-Flops and Counters Design or a CE Amplifier Application of Timer 555 chip Mechanics ME10001 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Force systems : Moment of a force about a point and about an axis; couple moment; reduction of a force system to a force and a couple. Equilibrium : Free body diagram; equations of equilibrium; problems in two and three dimensions; plane frames and trusses. Friction : Laws of Coulomb friction., problems involving large and small contact surfaces; square threaded screws; belt friction; rolling resistance. Kinematics and Kinetics of particles : Particle dynamics in rectangular coordinates cylindrical coordinates and in terms of path variables; central force motion. Properties of areas : Moments of inertia and product of inertia of areas, polar moment of inertia, principal axes and principal moments of inertia. Concept of stress and strain : Normal stress, shear stress, state of stress at a point, ultimate strength, allowable stress, factor of safety; normal strain, shear strain, Hooke;s law, Poisson;s ratio, generalized Hooke;s law; analysis of axially loaded members. Torsion : Torsion of cylindrical bars, torsional stress, modulus of rigidity and deformation. Flexural loading : Shear and moment in beams; load, shear and moment relationship; shear and moment diagrams; flexure formula; shear stress in beams; differential equation of the elastic curve, deflection of beams. Transformation of stress and strain : Transformation of stress and strain, principal stresses, principal strains, Mohr;s circle for stress and strain. Combined loading : Axial and torsional; axial and bending; axial, torsional and bending. Column : Buckling of slender columns, Euler bucking load for different end conditions. Engineering Drawing and Graphics CE13001 1 - 0 - 3 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to IS code of drawing; Conics and Engineering Curves ellipse, parabola, hyperbola, cycloid, trochoid, involute; Projection of lines traces, true length; Projection of planes and solids; sold objects cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere; Projection on Auxiliary planes; Isometric projection, isometric scale; Section of solids true shape of section; Introduction to CAD tools basics; Introduction of Development and Intersection of surfaces. Electrical Technology EE14001 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Introduction : Sources of energy; General structure of electrical power systems, Power transmission and distribution via overhead lines and underground cables, Steam, Hydel, Gas and Nuclear power generation. DC Networks : Kirchoffs laws, node voltage and mesh current methods, Delta-star and star-delta conversion, Superposition principle, Thevenin;s and Norton;s theorems. Single phase AC Circuits : Single phase EMF generation, average and effective values of sinusoids, solution of R,L,C series circuits, the j operator, complex representation of impedances, phasor diagram, power factor, power in complex notation, solution of parallel and series parallel circuits. Three phase AC Circuits : Three phase EMF generation, delta and Y connections, line and phase quantities, solution of three phase circuits, balanced supply voltage and balanced load, phasor diagram, measurement of power in three phase circuits, Three phase four wire circuits. Magnetic Circuits : Ampere;s circuital law, B H curve, solution of magnetic circuits, hysteresis and eddy current losses, relays, an application of magnetic force, basic principles of stepper motor. Transformers : Construction, EMF equation, ratings, phasor diagram on no load and full load, equivalent circuit, regulation and efficiency calculations, open and short circuit tests, auto-transformers. Induction Motor : The revolving magnetic field, principle of orientation, ratings, equivalent circuit, Torque-speed characteristics, starters for cage and wound rotor type induction motors. DC Machines : Construction, EMF and Torque equations, Characteristics of DC generators and motors, speed control of DC motors and DC motor starters. Electrical Measuring Instruments : DC PMMC instruments, shunt and multipliers, multimeters, Moving iron ammeters and voltmeters, dynamometer, wattmeter, AC watthour meter, extension of instrument ranges. Laboratory Component :Suggested Experiments 1.To measure the armature and field resistance of a DC machine. 2.To calibrate a test (moving iron) ammeter and a (dynamometer) Wattmeter with respect to standard (DC PMMC) ammeter and voltmeters. 3.Verification of circuit theorems Thevenin;s and superposition theorems (with DC sources only). 4.Measurement of current, voltage and power in R-L-C series circuit exited by single phase) AC supply. 5.Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer. 6.Connection and starting of a three phase induction motor using direct on line (DOL) or star delta starter. 7.Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp and voltage current characteristics of incandescent lamps. 8.Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) or a DC generator. 11.Two wattmeter method of measuring power in three phase circuit (resistive load only). ntroduction to Manufacturing Processes ME13001 1 - 0 - 3 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Basic concepts and principles of manufacturing Performing processes : Casting, forging, rolling, drawing, extrusion, press tool work, plastic moulding and powder metallurgy. Joining processes : Welding, brazing and crimping Semi-finishing and finishing processes : Machining (Turning, shaping, drilling, Milling and grinding). Non-traditional processes : Abrasive jet machining, Ultrasonic machining, Electro-discharge machining, Electrochemical machining and laser beam machining. Product Quality : Possible defects and their detection, assessment and remedy. Laboratory Component : Suggested Assignments Machining : 1.Introducing to various machine tools and demonstration on machining 2.Making a steel pin as per drawing by machining in centre lathe 3.External screw thread by single point chasing in lathe 4.Making a cast iron Vee block by shaping 5.Making a regular polygon prism (MS) by milling 6.Making a gauge as per drawing 7.Study of machining in machining in machining centre (CNC) and Electrodischarge machining (EDM) Foundry Practice : 8.Orientation, demonstration and practice on metal casting 9.Practicing sand moulding using split and uneven parting line pattern 10.Practice on CO2 moulding and machine moulding 11.Mechanised sand preparation and melting practice Welding Practice : 12Practice on Oxy-acetylene gas welding and manual metal arc welding (running bead) 13.Practice on oxy-acetylene gas cutting and arc welding for butt welding 14.Introduction and demonstration on submerged arc welding and plasma spray coating Metal Forming : 15.Demonstration of deep drawing process Semester - 2 Mathematics II MA10002 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Vector spaces Linear dependence of vectors, basis, linear transformations, rank and inverse of a matrix, solution of algebraic equations cponsistency conditions. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Hermitian and skew Hermitian matrices. Convergence of improper integrals, tests of convergence, Beta and Gamma functions elementary properties, differentiation under integral sign, differentiation of integrals with variable limits Leibnitz rule, integrals dependent on a parameter application. Rectification, double and triple integrals, computations of surfaces and volumes, change of, variables in double integrals Jacobians of transformations, integrals dependent on parameters applications. Scalar and vector fields, level surfaces, directional derivative, Gradient, Curl, Divergence, Laplacian, line and surface integrals, theorems of Green. Gauss and Stokes, orthogonal curvilinear coordinates. Finite differences, Newton;s forward and backward interpolation formulae, Central difference interpolation. Trapezoidal rule and Simpson;s 1/3rd rule of integration. Solution of polynomial and transcendental equations bisection method, Newton Raphson method and Regula falsi method. Physics PH14002 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Overview of vibrations with emphasis on damped and forced oscillations, resonance, coupled oscillations, normal modes. Wave motion : longitudinal and transverse waves, wave equation, plane waves, phase velocity, superposition wave packets and group velocity, two and three dimensional waves, polarization. Electromagnetic waves : Maxwell;s equations, wave equation, plane electromagnetic waves, energy-momentum, Poynting;s theorem, electromagnetic boundary conditions, reflection and refraction, interference, Young;s experiment, interferometers, diffraction, Fraunhofer diffraction (single slit), dispersion, radiation. Wave mechanics : failure of classical physics, qualitative review of relevant experiments, de Broglie waves, uncertainty principle, wave function and Schrodinger equation, probability interpretation, particle on a chain, potential barrier and quantum tunneling, potential well, qualitative summary of simple harmonic oscillator and Hydrogen atom. Occupation probability and examples. Laboratory Component: Suggested Experiments 1.Oscillation in potential well 2.Normal modes of coupled oscillators 3.Measurement of velocity of acoustic waves 4.Newton;s rings 5.Specific rotation of an optically active source 6.Diffraction with laser 7.Dispersive power of a prism 8.Fresnel biprism 9.Franck Hertz experiment 10.Photoelectric effect 11.Measurement of band gap in semiconductors 12.Measurement of Hall effect Programming and Data Structure CS13002 3 - 0 - 3 : 5 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Introduction to the Digital Computer ; Introduction to Programming Variables, Assignment; Expressions; Input/Output; Conditionals and Branching; lteration; Functions; Recursino; Arrays; Introduction to Pointers; Structures; Introduction to Data-Procedure Encapsulation; Dynamic allocation; Linked structures; Introduction to Data Structure Stacks and Queues; Searth Trees; Time and space requirements. (A programming language like C/C++ may be used as a basis language. The same language must be used for the laboratory). Laboratory Component : Suggested Assignments To be conducted on a 3-hour slot. It will be conducted in tandem with the theory course so the topics for problems given in the lab are already initiated in the theory class. The topics taught in the theory course should be appropriately be sequenced for synchronization with the laboratory. A sample sequence of topics and lab classes for the topic are given below : 1.Familiarization of a computer and the environment and execution of sample programs 2.Expression evaluation 3.Conditionals and branching 4.Iteration 5.Functions 6.Recursion 7.Arrays 8.Structures 9.Linked lists 10.Data structures It is suggested that some problems related to continuous domain problems in engineering and their numerical solutions are given as laboratory assignments. It may be noted that some of basic numerical methods are taught in the Mathematics course Basic Electronics EC14001 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to electronics and electronic systems, Semiconductor and devices like diodes, BJT, FET, MOSFET, Rectifier and Filters, Transistor biasing. Small signal transistor amplifiers, Operational amplifiers, Feedback and Oscillators, Digital circuit and combinational logic, Sequential logic and flip-flops, ADC & DAC, Data acquisition systems, Memory systems, Case studies of electronic systems like microprocessors, radio & TV broadcasting, Mobile & cellular telephones, fiber optics & networking. Laboratory Component : Suggested Experiments Familiarization of electronic equipments and components Studies on Logic gates Using studies on RC and CR networks Studies on Rectifiers and Zener diode regulation Studies on Op. Amp Applications Studies on Flip-Flops and Counters Design or a CE Amplifier Application of Timer 555 chip Engineering Drawing and Graphics CE13001 1 - 0 - 3 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to IS code of drawing; Conics and Engineering Curvesellipse, parabola, hyperbola, cycloid, trochoid, involute; Projection of lines traces, true length; Projection of planes and solids; sold objects cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere; Projection on Auxiliary planes; Isometric projection, isometric scale; Section of solids true shape of section; Introduction to CAD tools basics; Introduction of Development and Intersection of surfaces. Electrical Technology EE14001 3 - 1 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Introduction : Sources of energy; General structure of electrical power systems, Power transmission and distribution via overhead lines and underground cables, Steam, Hydel, Gas and Nuclear power generation. DC Networks : Kirchoff;s laws, node voltage and mesh current methods, Delta-star and star-delta conversion, Superposition principle, Thevenin;s and Norton;s theorems. Single phase AC Circuits : Single phase EMF generation, average and effective values of sinusoids, solution of R,L,C series circuits, the j operator, complex representation of impedances, phasor diagram, power factor, power in complex notation, solution of parallel and series parallel circuits. Three phase AC Circuits : Three phase EMF generation, delta and Y connections, line and phase quantities, solution of three phase circuits, balanced supply voltage and balanced load, phasor diagram, measurement of power in three phase circuits, Three phase four wire circuits. Magnetic Circuits : Ampere's circuital law, B H curve, solution of magnetic circuits, hysteresis and eddy current losses, relays, an application of magnetic force, basic principles of stepper motor. Transformers : Construction, EMF equation, ratings, phasor diagram on no load and full load, equivalent circuit, regulation and efficiency calculations, open and short circuit tests, auto-transformers. Induction Motor : The revolving magnetic field, principle of orientation, ratings, equivalent circuit, Torque-speed characteristics, starters for cage and wound rotor type induction motors. DC Machines : Construction, EMF and Torque equations, Characteristics of DC generators and motors, speed control of DC motors and DC motor starters. Electrical Measuring Instruments : DC PMMC instruments, shunt and multipliers, multimeters, Moving iron ammeters and voltmeters, dynamometer, wattmeter, AC watthour meter, extension of instrument ranges. Laboratory Component :Suggested Experiments 1.To measure the armature and field resistance of a DC machine. 2.To calibrate a test (moving iron) ammeter and a (dynamometer) Wattmeter with respect to standard (DC PMMC) ammeter and voltmeters. 3.Verification of circuit theorems Thevenin's and superposition theorems (with DC sources only). 4.Measurement of current, voltage and power in R-L-C series circuit exited by single phase) AC supply. 5.Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer. 6.Connection and starting of a three phase induction motor using direct on line (DOL) or star delta starter. 7.Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp and voltage current characteristics of incandescent lamps. 8.Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) or a DC generator. 11.Two wattmeter method of measuring power in three phase circuit (resistive load only). Introduction to Manufacturing Processes ME13001 1 - 0 - 3 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory Component : Basic concepts and principles of manufacturing Performing processes : Casting, forging, rolling, drawing, extrusion, press tool work, plastic moulding and powder metallurgy. Joining processes : Welding, brazing and crimping Semi-finishing and finishing processes : Machining (Turning, shaping, drilling, Milling and grinding). Non-traditional processes : Abrasive jet machining, Ultrasonic machining, Electro-discharge machining, Electrochemical machining and laser beam machining. Product Quality : Possible defects and their detection, assessment and remedy. Laboratory Component : Suggested Assignments Machining : 1.Introducing to various machine tools and demonstration on machining 2.Making a steel pin as per drawing by machining in centre lathe 3.External screw thread by single point chasing in lathe 4.Making a cast iron Vee block by shaping 5.Making a regular polygon prism (MS) by milling 6.Making a gauge as per drawing 7.Study of machining in machining in machining centre (CNC) and Electrodischarge machining (EDM) Foundry Practice : 8.Orientation, demonstration and practice on metal casting 9.Practicing sand moulding using split and uneven parting line pattern 10.Practice on CO2 moulding and machine moulding 11.Mechanised sand preparation and melting practice Welding Practice : 12Practice on Oxy-acetylene gas welding and manual metal arc welding (running bead) 13.Practice on oxy-acetylene gas cutting and arc welding for butt welding 14.Introduction and demonstration on submerged arc welding and plasma spray coating Metal Forming : 15.Demonstration of deep drawing process Semester - 3 Water and Waste Water Engineering CE23001 4 - 0 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None General requirement for water supply, sources, quality and quantity of water, intake, pumping and transportation of water Physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water and their significance, water quality criteria, water borne diseases, natural purification of water sources. Engineered systems for water treatment: aeration, sedimentation, softening, coagulation, filtration, adsorption, ion exchange, and disinfection. Water distribution system Generation and collection of wastewater, sanitary, storm and combined sewerage systems, Quantities of sanitary wastes and storm water. Design of sewerage system Primary, secondary and tertiary treatment of wastewater; Wastewater disposal standards. Basics of microbiology. Biological wastewater treatment systems: Aerobic processes - activated sludge process and its modifications, trickling filter, RBC, Anaerobic Processes- conventional anaerobic digester, High rate and hybrid anaerobic reactors. Sludge digestion and handling. Disposal of effluent and sludge Design problems on water distribution, sewerage, water treatment units, wastewater treatment units and sludge digestion. Laboratory: Physical characteristics of water: Turbidity, Taste, Odor, Colour, Electrical conductivity; Analysis of solids content of water: Dissolved, settleable, suspended, total, volatile, inorganic etc.; Alkalinity and acidity ;Hardness: Total, calcium and magnesium; Analysis of ions: Fluoride, copper, arsenic; Optimum coagulant dose; Break point chlorination; Settling column analysis for sedimentation tank design; BOD and BOD rate constant determination COD; DO and re-aeration constant determination; Bacteriological quality measurement: MPN, plate count Hydraulics CE21003 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Basic properties of water; Determination of hydrostatic forces; Kinematics of flow; Potential flow; Continuity, Energy and Momentum principles; Open channel flow � Uniform and gradually varied flows; Dimensional analysis; Hydraulic similitude and Modelling; Flow in pipes and Pipe networks; Hydraulics machines � Pumps & Turbines. Solid Mechanics CE21005 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Stress Analysis: i) Strength of material approach a) Bending of non-symmetric sections b) Beams on Elastic Foundation c) Curved Beams d) Beam Columns ii) Theory of Elasticity a) Introduction of theory of elasticity b) Simple problems (semi-inverse method) c) Thick cylinders and pressure vessels d) Torsion on non-circular sections, cellular members iii) Energy Methods a) Min.Potential and complementary energy b) Betti-Maxwell Reciprocal theorem c) Curved Members, rings, closed boxes, frame Constitutive relations: a) Anisotropy b) Plasticity c) Visco-elasticity, (Kelvin, Voigt, 3-element) d) Thermo-elasticity Theories of failure: Practical considerations for Design a) Stress concentration b) Fatigue c) Dynamic loading d) Creep and relaxation An independent term project is recommended after mid term. Mathematics III (Module 1) MA20001 2 - 0 - 0 : 2 Credits Prerequsites: None Ordinary Differential Equations: Numerical solution of first order ordinary differential equation with initial condition by Picard�s, Euler�s & Taylor series method; Runge Kutta Method, Predictor-Corector methods (Milne & Adams-Bashforth). Boundary value problem linear, non-linear, shooting and finite difference method. [09 lectures] Partial Differential Equations : Finite difference approximations to partial derivatives, solution of Laplace & Poisson�s equations using standard five pt formula & diagonal five pt formula. Solution of one dimensional heat conduction equation by Schmidt method and Crank Nicolson method. Solution of wave equation. Semester - 4 Transportation Engg. CE23002 4 - 0 - 3 : 6 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to Road Plans; alignment survey; geometric design of highways: cross-sectional elements, horizontal and vertical alignments, channelization; railway curves; classification and geometric standards of airports. Pavement materials: subgrade soil, aggregates ,tar and bitumen. Elements of construction: embankment, soil stabilisation, non- bituminous and bituminous subbase and base courses, bituminous surface courses, concrete pavements. Drainage, evaluation and maintenance of highways. Transportation Engineering Lab: Quality control tests on highway materials: soil, aggregates, bituminous binders. Pavement evaluation: roughness measurements and D.C.P. test. Structural Analysis CE21004 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Energy Method (Ritz) and Error Orthogonalization (Galerkin) for indeterminate beams, curved beams, arches and rings; Matrix Force and Displacement Method for Frames and Trusses- Analysis for temperature stress, lack of fit and settlement of supports; Plastic analysis; Variational Approach Introduction to Finite element Method for frames, trusses and plane stress analysis; Geometric Stiffness Matrix; Compound Structures; Suspension and guyed Bridges; Influence lines Water Resources Engineering CE23006 3 - 0 - 6 : 7 Credits Prerequsites: None Concepts of hydrologic cycle; Measurement and analysis of precipitation and runoff; Hydrograph analysis; Irrigation requirement of crops; Design of canals; Design and drawing of weirs and barrages; cross drainage works; Classification; analysis; design and drawing of Gravity and Earth dams; Design and drawing of spillways and energy dissipators. Experiments connected with Water Resources Engineering Surveying I CE23008 1 - 0 - 3 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Theory: Introduction, ;Types of Surveys, Chaining, Taping, Corrections, Angle and Direction Measurements, Prismatic compass, Measurement of bearing, Computations of angles from bearings, Theodolite Surveying, Temporary Adjustments, Traversing, Principle of Levelling, Simple and Differential Levelling, Adjustments, Plane table Surveying, Different Methods, Two and Three Point Problems, Minor Surveying Instruments, Setting out Simple Works. Practicals: Chaining, Offsets, Field book entry, Triangulation & Traversing, Compass Surveying & Traversing, Plane Table Surveying , TwoPoint and Three Point Problems, Levelling, Level book entry, Preparation of contour Map, Study of Theodolites and Angle Measurements, Theodolite Traversing, Techeometric Traversing, Use of Distomat / Theomat, Interpretation of Aerial Photographs & Satellite Imagery. Surveying II CE21010 3 - 0 - 0 : 3 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction, Horizontal Distance Measurements - Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM), Theodolite - Triangulation Measurements, Traverse Survey and Computations, Total Station Instrument, Vertical Distance Measurement, Trigonometric Levelling, Contouring, Stadia Tacheometry, Different Types of Tacheomatric Measurements, Introduction to Photogrammetric Surveying & Mapping, Remote Sensing and Mapping, Aquaintance with Global Positioning System, Application of Surveying to Practical Problems. Semester - 5 Design of RC Structures CE33001 3 - 0 - 3 : 5 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction to the design of Concrete structures; Limit state Analysis; Design of beams for flexure, bond, shear and torsion; Axially and eccentrically loaded Columns; One and two-way Slabs, Flat Slabs, Ribbed slabs; ; Footings, isolated and combined; Foundations, Raft and pile; Stair cases; Water Tanks and Retaining Walls; Experiments of Concrete Laboratory. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering CE33003 4 - 0 - 6 : 8 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction, Classification of soils, Soil compaction, Effective stresses, Surface tension and capillarity , Permeability of soils, Seepage analysis, stress distribution in soils, Compressibility and consolidation, Shear strength of soils .Earth pressure theories, Stability of slopes. Sub-soil exploration, Design principles of Shallow and Deep foundations. Sesssional Characterization of soil properties, Seepage and flow nets, Stress distribution in soils, Evaluation of shear and consolidation parameters, Stability analysis problems of slopes and retaining walls, Sub-soil characterization, Analysis and design of Shallow and Deep foundations. Laboratory: Specific gravity test, In-situ density test, Sieve analysis, Hydrometer analysis, Atterberg's limits tes, Permeability tests, Proctor Compaction test, Maximum and minimum density of sand, Direct shear test, Unconfined compression test, vaneshear test, Tri-axial tests, Consolidation test, Swelling pressure test. Semester - 6 Design of Steel Structures CE33002 3 - 0 - 3 : 5 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction � Building System; Load Path; Loading as per IS:875, load Combinations; Design Philosophy- Rolled Sections and Built-up sections , Optimization Design of Industrial Structures; Connections ,Welded and Riveted ; Failure Modes; Design of Tension ; Compression Members-effective length, buckling load; Design of Flexural Members, accounting Lateral Buckling; Design of Built-up column using lacing and batten plates; Design of Column bases; Design of Anchor bolts; Design of Plate Girder and Gantry Girder; Concept of Plastic Design; Drawing and Detailing of an Industrial Structure. Experiments of Structural Engineering Laboratory. Semester - 7 IT & CAD Applications CE41001 3 - 1 - 0 : 4 Credits Prerequsites: None Introduction; Networking and Web preliminaries; HTML, CGI, Java & Javascript; Audio and Video; Database & SQL; Modelling of structures; Mesh generation,different algorithms and implementation; Visualization of structures, pre- and post-processing, displacement plotting, stress contouring, identification of hot spot in structures, by standard packages and with small programs; Introduction to professional structural analysis packages; Database system for steel table, unit weight of materials, loading etc. as per IS codes; Checking of results; Design methods of RCC and steel structures, difficulties faced in computer aided decision making.
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