Civil Engineering
Engineering  First Year
1st Term of 1st Year (1/1)
First Year B.Tech
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

MA1101 
Mathematics IMathematics I Subject Code: MA1101
LTPC: 4004
Objectives:
UNITI Sequence: Definition of sequence, convergence, limit of a sequence, divergence, oscillation, bounded and monotonic sequences, Bounded sequences, Sandwich theorem, Algebra of limits, L'Hospital Rule in sequences, subsequences and its limit. Series: Infinite series, partial sum, convergence, divergence, oscillation, Geometric series, Telescoping series, Algebra of Limits,n^{th} term test, Comparison test, Comparison test (Limit Form), Integral test, D'Alembert's Ratio test, Cauchy's Root test, Alternating series, Leibnitz's Rule, Absolute convergence, Conditional convergence, Power series, Radius of convergence for a power series. UNITII Differential calculus: Rolle's theorem, Lagrange's mean value theorem, Cauchy's Meanvalue theorem, Taylor's Theorem and Expansion, Maclaurin's Theorem and Expansion, Indeterminate forms and application of L'Hospital Rule. Radius of curvature, Envelope, Increasing and decreasing functions, concavity, convexity and point of inflexion, AsymptotesCurve Tracing(Sketching) UNITIII Functions of Several Variable Calculus: Definition of continuity and differentiability in single variable, ndimensional Euclidean space, Neighborhood of a point in ndimensional Euclidean space, Functions in nvariables, Functions in 2 & 3 variables, Interior points, Boundary points, open and closed regions, Limit and continuity, Twopath test, Discontinuities, Partial Differentiation, Clairaut's theorem(for mixed Partial Derivatives), Laplace equation, Homogeneous functions , Euler's theorem for Homogeneous functions, Differentials and derivatives, Derivatives of composite functions, Chain Rule, Jacobians, Taylor's Theorem, Maxima and minima, Lagrange's method of multipliers. UNITIV: Fourier Series: Definition of Fourier Series, Fourier Series representation of function, Limit of Convergence of Fourier Series, Even & Odd functions, Gibb's Phenomenon, Sine and Cosine Series, Limit of Convergence of Sine & Cosine Series. Integration and Differentiation of Fourier Series, Bessel's Inequalities, Parseval's Theorem. UNITV Numerical Methods: Introduction: True value, Approximate Value, Error, Error percentage, Application of Numerical Analysis in various fields. Numerical Analysis in solving Algebraic equations: Algebraic equations, Transcendental equations, Bisection Method, Regula Falsi Method, NewtonRaphson Method. Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson 1/3 Rule, Simpson 3/8 Rule Text Books: 1. Thomas Calculus, Maurice D.Wier, Joel Hass Eleventh Edition, Pearson Education ,2008 2. R.K. Jain & S.R.K.Iyengar, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Third Edition, Narosa publications, 2007. 3. Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edition, John Wiley & Sons Ltd 2006. Suggested References: 1. B.S. Grewal and J.S. Grewal, "Higher Engineering Mathematics",(40th Edition), Khanna Publishers,2007 2. S.S. Sastry ,Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis ,Third Edition, Prentice Hall India 
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CE1101 
Engineering MechanicsIEngineering MechanicsI Subject Code: CE1101
LTPC: 4004
Objectives:
UNITI Force Systems: Resultant of collinear, parallel, coplanar and noncoplanar concurrent and nonconcurrent force systems. Resolving a planar or noncoplanar force system into different directions. Moment of force and its applications, Couples and Wrench of a force system. UNIT II Equilibrium of Force Systems: Free body diagram, Equations of equilibrium, Equilibrium of planner and spatial system. UNIT III Analysis of structures: Analysis of trusses by method of joints and method of sections, Analysis of frames by method of members. UNIT IV Friction: Laws of friction. Application to simple systems, connected systems and belt friction. Wedge friction. UNIT V Centroid and Moment of Inertia: Centroids of lines, areas and volumes, Areas and volumes of revolution, Pappu's theorems and their applications, Area moment of inertia, Product moment of Inertia, Composite areas, radius of gyration. Suggested Readings:

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HS1001 
EnglishEnglish Subject Code:HS1001
LTPC: 4003
Objectives:
UNIT I A Road Not Taken Robert Frost: Understanding the Poem  Decision Making Themes of the Poem Figures of Speech Simile Alliteration Onomatopoeia UNITII Phonetics: Consonants  Vowels  BBC Phonetic Transcription  Syllabification  Word Stress  Voiced and Voiceless  Rules of Pronunciation  Tongue Twisters UNITIII What's Up? An Excerpt from The Hindu (September 29, 2015): Article,Tenses, Prepositions and Speech: A Revision Common Errors in English Usage Commonly Mispronounced Words Punctuation UNITIV Malala's Speech: An Excerpt from www.noble.org (10 December 2014) :Interviews/Self Introduction  Debate  Group Discussion UNITV The Nightingale and the Rose by Oscar Wilde: Recollecting the Rules of Spelling  Commonly Misspelt Words list Dialogue writing: Seeking Permission, Requesting, Interrupting  Skimming and Scanning UNITVI Anand's Super 30 for IITJEE: An Excerpt from The India Today (July 11,15): Essay Writing How to Write a Report Formats of report writing Letter writing  Formal Letter  Informal Letter Notice Writing  On various events e.g. Annual Day Email writing  Emailing e.g. Formal and In Formal  Curriculum Vitae or Resume preparation UNITVII Education and TechnologyBurj Khalifa: www.natgeotv.com : Burj Khalifa (Documentary Video)JAM/PPT Presentations UNITVIII A Missile ManDr. APJ Kalam: An Excerpt from The Hindu (Sept 25, 2006) Binomials and Portmanteau  Words often Confused  Reading Comprehension  Affixes (Prefixes and Suffixes)  One Word Substitutes on How to Describe People Homophones, Homonyms and Homographs  Antonyms and synonyms  Spotting the Error Commonly Used Phrasal Verbs/Idioms Supplementary Sources:

400  3 
PH1001 
PhysicsPhysics Subject Code:PH1001
LTPC: 4004
Objectives:
UNIT  I MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS (3) Gradient, Divergence, Curl and their physical significance
UNIT  II ELECTRODYNAMICS (6) 2.1. Maxwell's Equations Electrodynamics before Maxwell, Fixing of Ampere's Law, Maxwell Equation in matter, Boundary Conditions. 2.2. Poynting theorem and conservation lawsContinuity Equation, Poynting Theorem, Conservation Law Newton Third law in Electrodynamics 2.3 Wave equationWave equation, wave form Boundary conditions, Reflection and Transmission for a string 2.4. Electro Magnetic Waves in vacuumWave equation for E and B, Monochromatic Plane Waves, Energy and Momentum in EM Waves in vacuum 2.5. Electro Magnetic waves in MatterPropagation in Linear Media, Reflection and Transmission at Normal Incidence Oblique Incidence 2.6. EM wave in conducting surface.Reference Books : 1. Electrodyamics by David j.Griffiths UNIT  III OPTICS (12) 3.1. Interference by division of wave front (Biprism) Introduction , Interference of Light Waves, Interference Pattern , Intensity Distribution,Fresnel Biprism 3.2 Interference by division of amplitude (Newton's rings)Interference by Plane parallel Wave, Cosine Law, Interference by a film with NonParallel reflecting surface, Wedge, Newton's Rings. 3.3. Michelson's interferometerInterference by Plane film illuminated by a point source, Michelson's Interferometer. 3.4 Fraunhoffer diffration (Single slit)Introduction, Types of Diffraction,Single Slit Frauhoffer Diffraction, Position of Maxima and Minima,Graphical Method for determining roots 3.5. Frauhoffer diffraction Double slit & multiple slitsDouble slit Fraunhoffer diffraction by N Parallel slits 3.6. Diffraction Gratings, Grating and Resolving PowerDiffraction Grating, Construction of Grating, Grating Spectrum, Resolution, Resolving Power of a diffraction Grating 3.7. Fresnel diffraction and Zone PlateTypes of Diffraction, Fresnel diffraction, Fresnel Half Period zones, Zone plate Application of Zone, Lens 3.8. Production of Plane Polarised light & double refractionIntroduction , Polarisation of Light waves, Representation of various types of light,Polarization by Reflection,Brewster's Law, Laws of Malus and proof, Geometry of Calcite Crystal, Double Refraction, Nicol\92s Prism, Applications. 3.9. Quarter & Half \96 wave plate, elliptical & circular polarized lightsHuygen's Theory of Double Refraction, Quarter Wave plate, Half Wave Plate, Elliptically and Circularly Polarised light. 3.10 Production & detection of elliptical & circular Polarised lightsElliptically polarised Light, Circularly polarised light, Conversion of Elliptically polarized light to Circularly polarised light, Analysis of polarized light of Different Kinds. 3.11 Theory of LaserIntroduction, Spontaneous Emission, Stimulated Emission, Relation between Spontaneous and Stimulated emission Probabilities, Population Inversion, Pumping, Active systems. 3.12 Different kinds of LasersRuby laser Working Semiconductor laser,HeNe laser ,Application of Laser. Reference Books :1. Engineering Physics By Malik and Singh 2. Optics by Ajoy Ghatak 3. Optics by Pedrotti and Pedrotti. UNIT  IV QUANTUM MECHANICS (6) 4.1 Failures of classical physics Limitations of classical physics, Blackbody Radiation, Spectral Lines, Photoelectric Effect, Planck's Quantum Hypothesis, Einstein's Theory of photoelectric Effect, Compton effect, Existence of stationary states, SternGerlach Experiment 4.2 DeBroglie waves & Uncertainity PrincipleIntroduction, Matter waves Electron Diffraction Experiment Standing waves of an electron in orbit, Uncertainity Principle Single Slit Experiment, Application of Uncertainty Principle. 4.3 Wave function, Schrodinger Equation & probablity interpretationTime Dependent Schrodinger Equation ,1 D Equation for a free particle, extension to 2D, Inclusion of forces, Probability current Density 4.4 Operators , expectation values & Time independent Schrodinger EquationOperators ,Expectation Value, Ehrenfest Theorem, time independent schrodinger Equation and Admissibility Conditions on Wave function. 4.5 Solution for generalised potentialMotion of a particle in a Potential \96 Classical view . 4.6 Particle in a boxSquare well potential with Rigid walls, Energies and Wave functions Reference Books:1. Modern Physics by A. Beiser 2. Quantum Mechanics by Aruldhas. UNIT  V CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS (6) 5.1. CRYSTALLOGRAPHYI Introduction, Crystal ,Single, poly and Amorphous state, Lattice Points and Space Lattice, Unit cell, Primitive Unit Cell in 2D ,Nonprimitive Unit Cell in 2D lattice ,Primitive unit cell in 3D ,Non Primitive unit cell in 3D,Bravais Lattice and crystal systems, Atomic Packing, Crystal structure 5.2. CrystallographyIIMiller Indices, Positions, Directions, Planes Obtaining Miller indices, Important Cubic crystal structures, SC, BCC, FCC, Closed Packed structures, Packing fraction, NaCl Structure, Diamond , ZnS Structure. 5.3. Xray diffractionIntroduction, Bragg's Law, Diffraction Direction Experimental Methods of xRay Diffraction, Powder method Debye  Scherrer Method Measurement of Bragg Angle 5.4. Defects in crystalsIntroduction, Classification of Imperfections, Point Defects, vacancies, Schottky defects, Intersitial, Frenkel defects, Impurities, Colour centres, Line defect Planar Defects, Volume Defects, Thermodynamical consideration for Existence of Defect equilibrium concentration of Schottky defects in metals, Equilibrium concentration of schottky defects in Ionic crystals, Frenkel defect in metals, Frenkel defects in ionic crystals 5.5. Electron theory of metalsImportant properties of metals, electron theory of solids, classical free elecrtron theory, DC Electrical Conductivity, Gains of Drude Model, Sommerfeld quantum Model, Fermi Energy, Density of Energy States, carrier Concentration, Drawbacks of Sommerfeld Theroy 5.6. Band theory of solidsIntroduction, Formation of Energy Bands in Crystals, Characteristics, Bonding, Classification, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors, Band structure, Energy Bands, Fermi Level and Fermi Energy, Carrier Concentration, Density of electrons in Conduction band, Position of Fermi level, Hall Effect, Applications Reference Books:1. Solid state Physics by Dekker 2. Solid state Physics By C.Kittel 
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CS1101 
Programming in CProgramming in C Subject Code:CS1101
LTPC: 4004
Prerequisites:
This course starts from the basics of computers and program development
Outcomes:
UNIT  I Introduction to Computer Programming: Computing Environments, Computer Languages, Creating and Running Programs. Algorithms and Flow charts : Definition of Algorithms, examples, Symbols used in Flow chart, examples. Introduction to C Language  Background, C Identifiers, Data Types, Operators, Variables, Constants, Input / Output, Expressions, C Programs, Precedence and Associativity, Evaluating Expressions, Type Conversion, Statements, Bitwise Operators. UNITII Selection: Logical Data and Operators, ifelse, switch Statements, Standard Functions. Repetition: loops, while, for, dowhile statements, Loop examples, break, continue, go to. Arrays  Concepts, Using Arrays in C, Array Applications, Two Dimensional Arrays, Multidimensional Arrays, Linear and Binary Search, Selection, Bubble, Insertion Sorts. UNIT  III Functions: Designing Structured Programs, Functions Basics, User Defined Functions, Inter Function Communication, Standard Functions, Scope, Storage Classesauto, Register, Static, Extern, Scope Rules, and Type Qualifiers. Recursion Recursive Functions, Preprocessor Commands. Strings  Concepts, C Strings, String Input / Output Functions, Arrays of Strings, String Manipulation Functions. UNIT  IV Pointers  Introduction, Pointers to Pointers, Compatibility, void Pointers, Arrays and Pointers, Pointer constants, Pointers and Strings, Pointers to Functions, Point ers to Constant Objects, Constant Pointers, Pointer Arithmetic.Callbyreference: Pointers for InterFunction Communication, Passing Arrays to a Function.Dynamic Memory Allocation: Memory Allocation Functions, Programming Applications, Commandline Arguments. UNIT  V The Type Definition (type def), Enumerated Types Structure: Definition and Initialization of Structures, Accessing Structures, Nested Structures, Arrays of Structures, Structures and Functions, Pointers to Structures, Self Referential Structures, Unions. Input and Output: Files, Streams, Standard library Input Output Functions, Character Input Output Functions. Suggested References:

400  4 
HS1101 
Communication SkillsICommunication SkillsI Subject Code:HS1101
LTPC: 2001
Objectives:
UNITI Basics of Technical Communication  Introduction  Importance of Technical Communication (2hrs)  Visual Aids in Technical Communication  Tables  Graphs  Chart  Drawings and Diagrams  Photographs  Maps  Nonverbal Communication  Introduction  Kinesics  Proxemics  Chronemics  Correlating Verbal and Nonverbal Communication  Crosscultural Variations  Significance of Understanding Culture UNITII Speaking  JAM  Dialogue conversations  Telephonic Conversations and Etiquette  Telephonic Conversation Practice  Jokes  Proverbs  Quotes UNITIII Writing Dialogue writing Suggested References:

200  1 
HS1601 
English LabEnglish Lab Subject Code:HS1601
LTPC: 2001
Objectives:
UNIT I Grammar  Adjectives  Comparatives and Superlatives  Adverbs  Countable and Uncountable Nouns  Pronouns  Simple present  Present continuous  Simple past Conjunctions  Prepositions  Plurals  Articles a, an, the  Infinitive or ing  Questions and Negatives 1  Questions and Negatives 2 UNITII Pronunciation  Pill/Fill  Buy/My  Tie/Die  Ship/Chip  Yet/ Jet  Game/ Came  Wail/Veil  Think/Sink  There/Dare  Price/ Prize  Asia/ Hard  Ran/Rang  Right/Light  Ship/Sheep  Head/Had Schwa  Luck/ Look  Hat/Heart  But/Boot  Who/ Her  Pot/Port  Hair/ Hear  Pay/Pie  Boy/Buy  Know/ Now UNITIII Writing  Writing a Thank You Letter  Writing about your life  Writing Instructions  Writing a Story  Writing an Essay  Writing a Business Letter  Writing a Film Review  Writing a Biography  Writing a Complaint Letter  Writing a Covering Letter  Writing a Pen friend Post  Writing about a Special Day  Writing an Email of Apology  Writing a Short Report  Writing a Post Card UNIT  IV Reading  The diamond thief  The guru and sweets  Taking a course  Reading a story  Using a dictionary  Making a journey  Reading a newspaper  Making friends  Reading an email  Finding information  A pen friend letter  The doctor says  Choosing a holiday  Struck by lightning  Health matters :Yoga UNIT  V Listening  What shall we play?  An exciting weekend  A school outing  The morning assembly  Instructions on planting  Excuse me, can you lend me  Manish's summer  Vignesh's hobby  What can I do for you?  What are you doing Ramesh?  I've got a few questions  Geetha's day  Anil's new purchase  What are we having tonight?  What is the problem? Suggested References: 1. Clarity English Success 
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PH1601 
Physics LabPhysics Lab Subject Code:PH1601
LTPC: 0022

003  2 
CS1701 
Programming in CLabProgramming in CLab Subject Code:CS1701
LTPC: 0032
Objectives:
Suggested assignments to be conducted on a 3hour slot. It will be conducted in tandem with the theory course so that 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 sequenced for synchronization with the laboratory. A sample sequence of topics and lab classes for the topic are given below:
For the detailed list of programs refer the lab manual. Note: Any experiment according to the syllabus of CS1101 can be substituted 
003  2 
Total load and Credits  2209  26 
2nd Term of 1st Year (2/1)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

MA1201 
MathematicsIIMathematicsII Subject Code: MA1201
LTPC: 4004
Objectives:
UNITI Linear Algebra: System of Linear equations ,Vector spaces, Subspaces, Linear combination of vectors, linear dependence and independence of vectors, Basis and Dimension of Vector Space. Linear transformations, Range and Kernel of Linear Transformations, RankNullity theorem. Matrix representations of Linear Transformation.Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of a Linear Transformation and their properties , Cayley  Hamilton Theorem, Hermitian and skew Hermitian matrices. Quadratic forms, reduction of quadratic form to canonical form by orthogonal transformation. UNITII Ordinary Differential Equations of first order: Exact first order differential equation, finding integrating factors, linear differential equations, Bernoulli's , Riccati , Clairaut’s differential equations, finding orthogonal trajectory of family of curves, Newton’s Law of Cooling, Law of Natural growth or decay. UNITIII Ordinary Differential Equations of higher order: Linear dependence and independence of functions, Wronskian of n functions to determine Linear Independence and dependence of functions, Solutions of Second and higher order differential equations (homogeneous & nonhomogeneous) with constant coefficients, Method of variation of parameters, EulerCauchy equation. UNITIV Integral Calculus : 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. Rectification, double and triple integrals, computations of surface and volumes, change of variables in double integrals  Jacobians of transformations, integrals dependent on parameters – applications. UNITV Vector Calculus : Scalar and vector fields, level surfaces, directional derivative, Gradient, Curl, Divergence, Laplacian, line and surface integrals, theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes. Text Books:
Suggested References:

400  4 
CE1201 
Engineering MechanicsIIEngineering MechanicsII Subject Code: CE1201
LTPC: 4004
Objectives:
UNITI Centre of Gravity and Mass moment of inertia. Centre of Gravity and mass moment of inertia foor solids
and composite bodies. Radius of gyration. UNITII Kinematics: Rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, Velocity andacceleration, Types of Rigid body motion, and its analysis in a plane. UNITIII Kinetics: Analysis as a particle, Analysis as a rigid body in translations, Force motion, Fixed axis rotation. Rolling bodies, Plane motion. UNITIV Work – Energy : Principles of workenergy, and its applications to translation, Particle motion and connected systems. Fixed axis rotation and plane motion. UNITV Impulsive momentum : Linear impulsive momentum, Conservation of momentum, Elastic impact, Plane motion. Suggested readings:

400  4 
CE1001  Engineering DrawingEngineering Drawing Subject Code: CE1001 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Concepts and conventions (Not for Examination):Importance of graphics in engineering applications – Use of drafting instruments – BIS conventions and specifications – Size, layout and folding of drawing sheets – Lettering and dimensioning UNITI Plane curves and free hand sketching: Basic Geometrical constructions, Curves used in engineering practices: Conics – Construction of ellipse, parabola and hyperbola by eccentricity method – Construction of cycloid – construction of involutes of square and circle – Drawing of tangents and normal to the above curves, Scales: Construction of Diagonal and Vernier scales. Visualization concepts and Free Hand sketching: Visualization principles – Representation of three Dimensional objects – Layout of views Free hand sketching of multiple views from pictorial views of objects UNITII Projection of points, lines and plane surfaces: Orthographic projection principles Principal planes First angle projectionprojection of points. Projection of straight lines (only First angle projections) inclined to both the principal planes  Determination of true lengths and true inclinations by rotating line method and traces  Projection of planes (polygonal and circular surfaces) inclined to both the principal planes by rotating object method UNITIII Projection of solids: Projection of simple solids like prisms, pyramids, cylinder, cone and truncated solids when the axis is inclined to one of the principal planes by rotating object method and auxiliary plane method. UNITIV Projection of sectioned solids and development of surfaces : Sectioning of above solids in simple vertical position when the cutting plane is inclined to the one of the principal planes and perpendicular to the other – obtaining true shape of section. Development of lateral surfaces of simple and sectioned solids – Prisms, pyramids cylinders and cones. Development of lateral surfaces of solids with cutouts and holes UNITV Isometric and perspective projections : Principles of isometric projection – isometric scale –Isometric projections of simple solids and truncated solids  Prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones combination of two solid objects in simple vertical positions and miscellaneous problems. Perspective projection of simple solidsPrisms, pyramids and cylinders by visual ray method. Suggested readings:
 400  4 
CY1001  ChemistryCHEMISTRY Subject Code: CY1001 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Unit1: Organic reactions and Mechanisms Reference books:
 400  4 
CS1201  Scripting LanguagesScripting Languages Subject Code: CS1201 LTPC: 4003 Prerequisites:
UNITI Python  IntroductionVariables, Strings, numbers, comments, Lists introducing list, lists and looping, common list operations, removing items from list, numerical lists, list comprehensions, strings as lists, tuples, file I/O, functions, conditional statements and iterative statements. UNIT II Python  Dictionaries, common operations with dictionaries, looping through dictionaries, nesting, classes, inheritance, modules and classes, exceptions and testing. Exceptions, sorting, introduction to standard libraries, building a Search Engine using all the above concepts. UNIT III Perl – Data types, scalar functions, Quoting Basics, Functions, Control Structures, Inputs, Error Handling. UNIT IV Perl – File input output, text processing functions, Hashes, DBM Databases, Regular Expressions. UNIT V HTML – Styles, links, images, Static and Dynamic pages, Paragraphs and Fonts, Lists, CSS introduction, Introduction to HTML5 and semantics. PHP – Loops, String Functions, Email function, Data and time, Image Uploading, Error Handling. Text Books:
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HS1201  Communication SkillsIICommunication SkillsII Subject Code: HS1201 LTPC: 2001 Objectives:
UNITI Conversations  Introduction  Types of Conversations  Telephonic conversations – Typing messages  Strategies for Effectiveness  Conversation Practice UNIT II Poetry Recitation  Reading to understand and express– Newspaper Review – Movie reviews – Gossip articles UNIT III Email Writing– Paragraph Writing  Essay Writing – Data types, scalar functions, Quoting Basics, Functions, Control Structures, Inputs, Error Handling.  200  1 
ME1601  Engineering WorkshopEngineering Workshop Subject Code: ME1601 LTPC: 0032 Objectives: The budding Engineer may turn out to be a technologist, scientist, entrepreneur, practitioner, consultant etc. There is a need to equip the engineer with the knowledge of common and newer engineering materials as well as shop practices to fabricate, manufacture or work with materials. Essentially he should know the labour involved, machinery or equipment necessary, time required to fabricate and also should be able to estimate the cost of the product or job work. Hence engineering work shop practice is included to introduce some common shop practices and on hand experience to appreciate the use of skill, tools, equipment and general practices to all the engineering students. 1. TRADES FOR EXERCISES: a. Carpentry shop– 2. TRADES FOR DEMONSTRATION: a. Plumbing REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Engineering Work shop practice for JNTU, V. Ramesh Babu, VRB Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2009 2. Work shop Manual / P.Kannaiah/ K.L.Narayana/ SciTech Publishers. 3. Engineering Practices Lab Manual, Jeyapoovan, Saravana Pandian, 4/e Vikas 4. Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering, GHF Nayler, Jaico Publishing House.  003  2 
CY1601  Chemistry LabChemistry Lab Subject Code: CY1601 LTPC: 0032 Objectives:
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Total load and Credits  2206  24 
Engineering  Second Year
1st Term of 2nd Year (1/2)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE2101  SurveyingSurveying Subject Code:CE2101 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Unit I Introduction: Overview of plane surveying (chain, compass, levels, theodolite and plane table), objectives. Chain survey: Principles of chain survey  various instruments employed in chain surveymeasuring tapes  types of chains  direct and indirect ranging  obstructions in chaining  well conditioned triangle ,correction to chain or tape  cross staff survey , errors in linear measurements with incorrect chain length , line ranger and cross staff , use of optical square and clinometers. Compass surveying:Objectives, types of compass, types of bearings: whole circle bearing system, quadrantile bearing system, Fore bearing and back bearing, true meridian, magnetic meridian , dip ,magnetic declination. Calculation of included angles from bearings. Calculation of bearings from included angles. Local attraction: Detection and its elimination .Errors in compass survey, compass traversing (open, closed), Correction of errors in closed traverse graphically by Bowditch's method. Unit  II Leveling:Definitions, various components required in leveling. Types of leveling instruments. Use of Dumpy, Tilting and Auto levels. Type of Benchmarks, types of leveling: longitudinal leveling and cross sectional leveling, fly leveling and reciprocal leveling. Determination of reduced levels by height of instrument method and rise and fall method.Sensitivity of bubble tube, Errors in leveling, curvature and refraction correction. Contouring: Definition of contour, contour interval and characteristics of contours .Direct and indirect methods of contouring uses of contours, Grade contours. Unit  III Computation of Areas and Volumes: Computation of areas along regular boundaries. Computation of area consisting of irregular boundaries by Simpson's rule and trapezoidal rule. Embankments and cutting for a level section and two level sections with and without transverse slopes, determination of the capacity of reservoir, volume of barrow pits by means of contour lines and sections.Computation of volume from spot levels. Plane Table Survey: Components of plane table surveying, Setting up, centering and orientation of plane table, methods of plane table survey: Radiation method, Intersection or triangulation method, Traversing method, Resection method (Three point and two point problems). Plane table contouring using tangent clinometers, errors in plane table survey.Advantages and disadvantages of plane tabling. Unit  IV Theodolite: Construction details of Vernier, theodolite, definitions, temporary and permanent adjustments. Measurement of horizontal angle by repetition and reiteration methods, Measurement of vertical angle. Theodolite traversing and computations: Traversing by included angle and bearingconditions of closed Traverse Gale's traverse table, closing error and its adjustments by various methods, Coordinates, Traverse and their computations.Trigonometrical leveling. Introduction to Electromagnetic Distance Measurement (EDM) and Total station. Unit  V Curves: Types of curves, design and setting out  simple and compound curves. Advanced Equipments: Total Station, GPS, GIS, Remote Sensing. Suggested Readings:
 400  4 
CE2102  Building Materials and Concrete TechnologyBuilding Materials and Concrete Technology Subject Code:CE2102 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Unit  I Stones:Uses of stones as building materials, classification, characteristics, dressing and polishing of stones, methods of quarrying and construction. Bricks: Methods of manufacturing bricks .Classification and methods of construction. Timber: Timber as a building material and its uses .Methods of seasoning and preservation laminates and their uses. Scaffolding and form work. Defects in Timber. Masonry: Brick Masonry: Definition, bonds in brick masonry, principles in brick masonry construction. Stone masonry and basic comparison with brick masonry Unit  II Plastering and pointing: Different types of plasters and plastering process, defects in plastering. Floors: Common types of floors, methods of construction. Paints, Varnish and Distemper: Constituents, characteristics of good paints bases, vehicles, thinners and coloring pigments.Painting of different types of surfaces varnish and its types, application. Distemper, dry and oil bound, and application of distemper. Smart building Materials: Energy conservation in buildings use of recycled materials, regional materials and industrial waste products as means of sustainable development. Green Building Materials. Unit  III Cement: Introduction to cement, different grades, Types of cements and their composition  manufacture of Portland cement  hydration of cement and hydration product, Structure of hydrated cement  heat of hydration, Gel theories and tests on properties of cements. Mortar and Sand: Characteristics of good mortar making sand, availability of sand and its classification, bulking of sand, manufacturing methods of mortar. Different types of mortars preparation, setting and curing. Concrete: Introduction to concrete, nominal mix and design mix of concrete. Coarse and fine Aggregate: Characteristics of good coarse and fine aggregates for manufacturing of concrete. Classification of aggregates, particle shape and texture, bond strength of aggregates and its influence on strength of concrete, porosity, absorption and moisture content and their influence, soundness of aggregate, alkali aggregate reaction, sieve analysis and grading of aggregate, tests on properties of aggregates. Unit  IV Properties of Fresh Concrete: Mixing and hatching, workability, factors effecting workability, various test producers, segregation and bleeding, vibration of concrete, types of vibrators and their influence on composition, analysis of fresh concrete. Properties of Hardened Concrete: strength of concrete, water cement ratio, Gel space ratio, effective water in the mix, short term and long term properties of concrete, test and procedure, influence of various parameters on strength of concrete, relationship between various mechanical strengths of concrete, curing of concrete, maturity concept, influence of temperature on strength of concrete, stressstrain curves for concrete, durability of concrete. Strength of Concrete:  Shrinkage and temperature effects  creep of concrete  permeability of concrete  durability of concrete  corrosion  causes and effects  remedial measures  thermal properties of concrete  micro cracking of concrete. Unit  V Admixtures Used In Concrete: Classification of admixtures.Chemical and mineral admixtures. Influence of various admixtures on properties of concrete. Applications, concept of ready mix concrete self compacting concrete, fly ash concrete properties and proportions of fly ash, application, silica fume, rice husk ash concrete Mix Design Of Concrete: Basic consideration, process of mix design, factors influencing mix proportionsmix design by ACI method and IS code method, design of high strength concrete, quality control, various methods of mix design, IS code method, British and ACI methods. Suggested Readings:
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CE2103  Mechanics of MaterialsMechanics of Materials Subject Code:CE2103 LTPC: 4104 Objectives:
UNITI Simple Stresses and Strains: Definition of stresses and strainsHooke's Law  Modulus of Elasticity Stress  Strain curve for ductile materials working stress and factor of safety  Deformation of bars under axial loads uniform sections and abruptly varying sections  deformation due to selfweightImpact load, Gradually applied loadStrain energy Bars of uniform strength Poisson's ratiovolumetric strain and restricted strains relationships between elastic constants. Compound bars and temperature stresses: Statically intermediate problems in tensions and compression. Analysis of stresses:Stress at a point, Components of stress in Rectangular coordinates, Stress tensor, Plane stress, Transformation Equations, Stress invariants, Principal stresses, Mohr's circle for plane stress, UNITII Thin Cylinders: Thin cylinders subjected to internal fluid pressure, volumetric change. Thick Cylinders: Lame's equations, stresses under internal and external fluid pressures Compound cylinders Shrink fit pressure. Torsion: Geometry of deformation of a twisted circular shaft, Stress and deformation in twisted circular solid and hollow shafts, Strain energy due to torsion, Power transmitted by circular shafts. Springs:Types of springs. Close coiled and open coiled springs. UNITIII Column stability:Euler's theory for long columns different end conditions equivalent length Rankine's theory. Eccentrically loaded columns Secent and perry's formulae. Shear Force and Bending Moment diagrams: Different types of beams and loadsshear forceand bending moment diagrams for cantilever, and simply supported beams with and without over hangs subjected to different kinds of loads viz., point loads, uniformly distributed loads, uniformly varying loads and couples Relation between loading, shear force and bending moments. UNITIV Bending Stresses in Beams: Assumptions in theory of simple bending Derivation of bending equation, Moment of resistancecalculation of stresses in statically determinate beams for different loads and different types of structural sections. Shear Stress in Beams: Equation of shear stresses, distribution across rectangular, circular, triangular, L, T sections. Combined Stresses: Beam subjected to bending and shear, shaft subjected to bending and torsion, short columns. UNITV Deflection in beams:Slope and deflection by double integration method for cantilever, simply supported beams and overhanging beams carrying one, two point loads, u.d.l. and uniformly varying load over entire span. Moment area and conjugate beam method. Suggested References:
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CE2104  Mechanics of FluidsMechanics of Fluids Subject Code:CE2104 LTPC: 4104 Objectives:
Unit  I Fluid properties: Basic concepts and equations: Specific weight, Specific volume, Specific mass, Gravity, Viscosity, Bulk modulus, Vapour pressure, Capillarity and Surface tension. Measurement of pressure: Manometers, Bourdon gauge, Micro manometer, pressure on curved surfaces. Unit  II Fluid Kinematics: Stream lines, path lines, streak lines, stream tubes, classification of fluids, steady and unsteady flows, rotational flows, laminar and turbulent flows, uniform and nonuniform flows, rotational and irrotational flowsone, two, three dimensional flows, stream function, and velocity potential, significance and use of flow nets. Unit  III Fluid Dynamics: Convective and local acceleration, concept of continuity, three dimensional continuity equation, body forces and surface forces, body force potential, Euler's equation of motion for 3D flow, Bernoulli's equation by integration of Euler's equation, significance of Bernoulli's equation and its limitations. Unit  IV Laminar and Turbulent flow through Pipes: Reynold's experiment, significance of Reynold's number, critical velocity, hydraulic gradient, laminar flow through circular pipes, Poiseuille equation, turbulent flow through pipes Darcy's equation, friction factor, Moody's diagram, pipes in parallel and series. Classification of pipes based on different pipe materials, factors influencing different pipe materials for networks. Unsteady flow in pipes: Water hammer phenomenon, pressure rise due to gradual and sudden closure of valve, critical period of time. Unit  V Compressible flow: Compressibility of liquid and gases, different form of continuity equation; Bernoulli's energy equation for Isothermal and adiabatic conditions, velocity of pressure wave, wave velocity for Adiabatic and Isothermal conditions, Mach number and Mach cone, Stagnation pressure and temperature. Suggested Reading:
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MA2103  Mathematics  IIIMathematics  III Subject Code:MA2103 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Laplace Transforms: Introduction of Laplace Transforms, Sufficient Condition of Laplace Transforms, Laplace transforms of derivatives, Laplace Transforms of Integrals ( I& II Shifting theorems),Laplace transforms of Unit Step functions,Dirac deltafunction and error function, Periodic functions. Differentiation of Laplace Transforms (Multiplication by t), Integration of Laplace Transform (division by t),Convolution theorem,Inversion.Solving Initial Value problems, System of Linear differential equations, Integral equations. UNITII Functions of Complex Variables: Limits and continuity of function, differentiability and analyticity, necessary and sufficient condition for function to be analytic, Cauchy Riemann Equations in polar form, Harmonic functions. Complex Integration: Definition, Cauchy's integral theorem for multiple connected regions, Cauchy's integral formula, Cauchy's formula for derivatives and their applications UNITIII Power Series, Taylor's Series, Laurent's Series, Zeroes and Singularities, Residues, Residue theorem, Evaluation of real integrals using residue theorem, Bilinear Transform, Conformal Mapping. UNITIV Probability: Random Variables:Definition of random variables (one variable and two variables). Properties of discrete and continuous random variables. Probability Distributions and Probability Densities: Definition and properties of probability Mass function and Probability Density function. Definition of Cumulative Distribution function and its properties for Discrete and Continuous distributions. Mathematical Expectation:Concept of mathematical expectation of functions of random variables and their significance. Distributions:Binomial, Poisson, Negative Binomial distributions, Uniform, Normal and .... distributions UNITV Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, median and mode for grouped and ungrouped data. Quartiles, variance and percentiles for given data. Sampling and Estimation of Parameters:Concepts of sampling and estimation of mean and variance of a distribution form the sample. Hypothesis Testing: Formulation of hypothesis and alternate hypothesis. Onesided and twosided tests. Comparison of means. Tests of Significance, ttest, Ftest, x^{2}test. Text Books:
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HS2101  Communication SkillsICommunication SkillsI Subject Code:HS2101 LTPC: 2001 Objectives:
UNITI Vocabulary Building  Teaching Root words  Word association  How to talk about Personality Type  How to talk about Doctors  How to talk about Various Practitioners  How to talk about Science and Scientists  How to talk about various Speech Habits  How to insult your enemies  How to flatter your friends  How to talk about a variety of personal characteristics  How to talk about actions UNITII Common Errors in English UNITIII Twenty four seven  L for gist  NDTV debates  L for specific information  Ted Talks  L for detail  Devils' Advocate  Picture perception  Describing people, paintings, cartoons etc. UNITIV Read between the lines  R for Pleasure  Reading Newspaper  Movie Reviews  R for Specific information  Essays  Textbooks UNITV Now you are talking  Giving Opinions  Stating Facts  Agree and disagree  Decisions and Intentions  Raising Questions  Giving and receiving effective feedback UNIT  VI Writing Dailogue Suggested References:
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CE2701  Surveying LabSurveying Lab Subject Code:CE2701 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
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CE2702  Materials Testing LabMaterials Testing Lab Subject Code:CE2702 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
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CE2703  Mechanics of Fluids LabMechanics of Fluids Lab Subject Code:CE2703 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
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CE2901  SeminarISeminarI Subject Code:CE2901 LTPC: 0021 Objectives: Objective of the project seminar is to actively involve the students in preparation of the final year project with regard to following components:
The evaluation is purely internal and will be conducted as follows:
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Total load and Credits  2229  28 
2nd Term of 2nd Year (2/2)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE2201  Hydraulic EngineeringHydraulic Engineering Subject Code:CE2201 LTPC: 4104 Objectives:
UNITI Gradually varied flow: Descriptions and definitions , difference between pipe flow and channel flow , velocity and pressure distributions in a channel cross section, energy and momentum correction coefficients , friction to flow in open channels, uniform flow, chezy’s formula, most efficient channel section, specific energy concept and applications of critical depth. UNITII Gradually varied flow: Significance of Froude's number, dynamic equation for gradually varied flow, classification of gradually varied flow profiles, computation for flow profiles,direct step method. Hydraulic Jump: Momentum equation for jump in a horizontal rectangular channel, elementary surge analysis. UNITIII Dimensional analysis and model studies: Dimensional analysis as a tool in experimental hydraulics, Buckingham's theorem, applications, geometric, kinematic and dynamic Similarity laws, significance of Reynolds, Froude and Mach similarity laws, different types of models and their scale rations. UNITIV Hydraulic turbines: classification, specific speed, velocity triangles and principles of designof reaction and impulse turbines, characteristic curves. UNITV Centrifugal pumps and Reciprocating pumps: various components, work done and efficiency, minimum starting speed,Euler head equation, specific speed and characteristics curves of centrifugal pumps. Suggested Reading:
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CE2202  Geo ScienceGeo Science Subject Code:CE2202 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI A Brief Outline of Geo Science. Earth System: Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Cryosphere and atmosphere and their interactions; Solid Earth: Shape, size, interior of the solid earth. Earth Processes: Plate Tectonics, Volcanism. UNITII Geological materials: rocks, soils, minerals (clay mineralogy), Engineering and Genetic Classification of soils, rocks, rock cycles, rockwater interaction. Earth Processes and their consequences, Geomorphological features, structures (folds, faults); UNITIII Geology of solids: Formation, geological classification, description and engineering use of soils, types of Indian soils. Hydro Geology: Hydrologic cycle, water table, aquifers, occurrence of ground water in various lithological formations, ground water movement, springs, ground water exploration and ground water provinces of India. UNITIV Geology of Dams and Reservoirs: Types of Dams, Problems associates with Dam foundations and reservoirs, engineering geological investigations for a masonry dam site, Analysis of dam failure; Engineering Geology of major Dam sites of India. UNITV Tunnels: Stand up time of different rocks, Engineering Geological investigations of tunnels in rock, problems in tunneling, pay line and over break,logging of tunnels and geology of some wellknown Indian tunnels. Geological Hazards: Geological aspects of Earthquakes, tsunamis and Landslides, Disaster prevention, mitigation and management Suggested Reading:
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CE2203  Structural Analysis  IStructural Analysis  I Subject Code:CE2203 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Slope deflection method:Application of the method to continuous beams with and without sinking of supports, single baybay portal frames (Degree of freedom not exceeding three), loading on each span may be point load(s) and /or uniformly distributed load on whole span, shear force and bending moment diagrams. UNITII Moment distribution method: Application of the method to continuous beams with and without sinking of supports, single baybay portal frames (Degree of freedom not exceeding three), loading on each span may be point load(s) and /or uniformly distributed load on whole span, shear force and bending moment diagrams. UNITIII Kani’s method: Kani’s method: Application of the method to continuous beams with and without sinking of supports, single baybay portal frames (Degree of freedom not exceeding three), loading on each span may be point load(s) and /or uniformly distributed load on whole span, shear force and bending moment diagrams. UNITIV Strain energy method: Deflections of statically determinate trusses and frames using unit load method. Redundant trusses and frames: Analysis of plane trusses with one degree of redundancy(internal/external) and plane frames with one degree of redundancy, Lack of fit and temperature effect. UNITV Elastic theory of arches: Eddy’s theorem, three hinged parabolic and segmental arches, determination of horizontal thrust, bending moment, normal thrust and radial shear for static loading, influence lines for horizontal thrust, bending moment, normal thrust and radial shear. Two hinged arches: parabolic and segmental, determination of horizontal thrust, bending moment, normal thrust, and radial shear for static loading. Suggested Reading:
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CE2204  Design of Concrete StructuresDesign of Concrete Structures Subject Code:CE2203 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Design Philosophies: Development of design philosophiesWorking stress method, Ultimate load method, and Limit state method – Concepts, Characteristics loads and strengths, Partial safety factors, stressstrain relationship for concrete and steel, stress block parameters. Working Stress Method: Design of RCC beams – Balanced, under – reinforced and over Reinforced sections – Rectangular, T and L sections, Design of singly and doubly reinforced Rectangular, T and L sections. UNITII Limit state of collapse in flexure: Assumptions, Design for flexure – Singly and doubly Reinforced rectangular, T and L sections. Limit state of collapse in shear and torsion: Design for shear and torsion. Limit states of Serviceability: Check for deflection and cracking. UNITIII Design of slabs (Limit state method): Design of one way and two way slabs – Simply supported and continuous slabs subjected to uniformly distributed loads, Detailing of reinforcement, Check for serviceability of slabs. Design of stair cases (Limit state method): Types of stairs, Effective span, Distribution of Loading on stairs, Design and detailing of dog – legged stair cases. UNITIV Design of columns (Limit state method): Assumptions, Design of axially loaded circular Square and rectangular columns, Design of columns with Uni–axial and Bi–axial bending Interactions diagrams. UNITV Design of footings (Limit state method): Design of isolated footings of uniform depth and Sloped footing, Design of square, rectangular and circular footing as per IS code, Design of Combined rectangular slab footing, Combined rectangular beam and slab footing for two columns. Suggested Reading:
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BSBE2001/3001  Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science Subject Code:BSBE2001/3001 LTPC: 4003 Objectives:
UNITI Environmental studies: Definition, scope and importance, need for public awareness. Natural resources: Water resources; use and over utilization of surface and ground water, Floods, drought, conflicts over water, damsbenefits and problems. Effects of modern Agriculture, fertilizerpesticide problems, water logging and salinity. UNITII Ecosystems: Concept of an ecosystem, structure and function of an ecosystem, producers, consumers and decomposers, energy flow in ecosystem, food chains, ecological pyramids, aquatic ecosystem(ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries). Energy resources: Growing energy needs renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. Land resources.land as resource, land degradation, soil erosion and desertification. UNITIII Biodiversity: Genetic species and ecosystem diversity, biogeographical classification of India. Value of biodiversity, threats to biodiversity, endangered and endemic species of India, conservation of biodiversity. UNITIV Environmental pollution: Causes, effects and control measures of air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution and solid and liquid waste management. Environment protection act: Air, water, forest and wild life Acts, enforcement of Environmental legislation. UNITV Social Issues and the Environment: Water conservation, watershed management, and environmental ethics. Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion. Environmental Disaster management: Types of disasters, impact of disasters on environment, infrastructure, and development. Basic principles of disaster mitigation, disaster management, and methodology, disaster management cycle, and disaster management in India. Suggested Reading:
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BM2201  Personality DevelopmentIPersonality DevelopmentI Subject Code:BM2201 LTPC: 2001 Guidelines: Learning approach is based on Real time case studies with class room activities Objectives:
UNIT ISELF ANALYSIS SWOT Analysis, Who am I, Personality Traits, Importance of Self Confidence, Self Esteem. UNIT IIGOALS SETTINGS Short term, Long term goal settings, SMART concept Diversifying Risk and Optimizing Opportunities. UNIT III T EAM D YNAMICS WITH I NTERPERSONAL SKILLS Team Dynamics, Team Work, Interpersonal Skills Behavioral Skills GD, PI, Body Language Public Speaking, Verbal, Non Verbal Communications UNIT IVCREATIVITY AND RATIONALITY Out of Box thinking, Idea Generation with creativity Brain Storming, Effective group meetings, Rationalization of ideas and way to effective implementation. Class room and team activities coupled with group tasks depending upon time availability  200  1 
CE2801  Hydraulic Engineering LabHydraulic Engineering Lab Subject Code:CE2801 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments::
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CE2802  Geo Science LabGeo Science Lab Subject Code:CE2802 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments::
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CE2803  Concrete LabConcrete Lab Subject Code:CE2803 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments: A) Tests on cement and mortar
1. IS codes of practice. 2. Shetty,M.S(2004),”Concrete Technology, Theory & Practice”, S.Chand and Co. Pvt.Ltd.  003  2 
CE2902  SeminarIISeminarII Subject Code:CE2902 LTPC: 0001 Objectives: Objective of the project seminar is to actively involve the students in preparation of the final year project with regard to following components:
Preliminary Report on progress of the work and viva marks: 5 Marks Final report: 5 Marks Presentation and Defence before a departmental committee Consisting of Head, a senior faculty and supervisor: 15 Marks  1  
Total load and Credits  2229  27 
Engineering  Third Year
1st Term of 3rd Year (1/3)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE3101  Hydraulic EngineeringHydraulic Engineering Subject Code:CE3101 LTPC: 4104 Objectives:
UNITI Steady uniform flow through open channels: Descriptions and definitions , difference between pipe flow and channel flow , velocity and pressure distributions in a channel cross section, energy and momentum correction coefficients , friction to flow in open channels, uniform flow, chezy's formula, most efficient channel section, specific energy concept and applications of critical depth UNITII Gradually varied flow: Significance of Froude's number, dynamic equation for gradually varied flow, classification of gradually varied flow profiles, computation for flow profiles,direct step method. Hydraulic Jump: Momentum equation for jump in a horizontal rectangular channel, elementary surge analysis. UNITIII Dimensional analysis and model studies: Dimensional analysis as a tool in experimental hydraulics, Buckingham's theorem, applications, geometric, kinematic and dynamic Similarity laws, significance of Reynolds, Froude and Mach similarity laws, different types of models and their scale rations. UNITIV Hydraulic turbines:classification, specific speed, velocity triangles and principles of designof reaction and impulse turbines, characteristic curves. UNIT V Centrifugal pumps and Reciprocating pumps:various components, work done and efficiency, minimum starting speed,Euler head equation, specific speed and characteristics curves of centrifugal pumps. Suggested Reading:
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CE3102  Transportation EngineeringIITransportation EngineeringII Subject Code:CE3102 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNIT  I Travel demand management: Traffic management systems (TMS), restrictions on turning movements, one way streets, tidal flow, operations, exclusive bus lanes, traffic relief at junctions, at plane, parking studies, parking inventories, type of parking services, parking analysis, and bottle necks. Nature of traffic problems in cities: Effect on environment due to traffic noise and air pollution, introduction to computer applications in traffic and transport planning. UNIT  II Highway capacity and economic evaluation:Concept of passenger car units (PCU), concepts and factors affecting the levels of service, concept of lane capacities and standards, multilane capacities for rural, urban, and express ways. Cost benefits ratio, net present value, rate of returns and their relative comparison for evaluation. Estimation of accident costs. UNIT  III Pavement distress and evaluation: Methods of evaluation, structural evaluation, Functional evaluation, NDT methods, Benkelman beam method, Falling weight deflectometer method, International Roughness Index (IRI), overlays, significance and requirements of highway drainage. Highway maintenance and pavement management systems. UNIT  IV Railway Engineering: Introduction to Railways, permanent way component parts and its functions. Rails  various types, functions, creep in rails, creep measurement, coning of wheels and rail fixations. Sleepers  various types. Merits and demerits, ballast, various types and sub grade preparation. Railway alignment and geometric design  alignment.superelevation, negative super elevation, cant deficiency. example problems. Points and crossing. layout of left and right hand turnouts. Construction and maintenance of permanent way. UNIT  V Airport Engineering: Introduction to air transportation, history and international organizations role in development of airports, air craft types and its characteristics. General layout of an airport and its component parts. Site selection of an airport as per ICAO, orientation of runway by wind rose diagrams, basic runway length determination, corrections to basic runway length, geometric design, types of airports as per landing & takeoff and dimensions. References:
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CE3103  Structural AnalysisIIStructural AnalysisII Subject Code:CE3103 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Moving loads:Influence line for support reaction,bending moment and shear force at any location for simple beams. Determination of maximum bending moment and shear force for moving load system on simply supported girders. Curves of maximum bending moment and shear force:for simply supported girders traversed by (1) single point load, (2) two point loads, (3) uniformly distributed load longer/shorter than span,enveloping parabola and EUDLL. UNITII Moving loads on trusses/girders: Influence line for forces in members of statically determinate plane framed structures under moving loads for Warren girder, Pratt truss, and Curved flange truss. Suspension Bridges: Stresses in suspended loaded cables, length of cable, simple suspension bridge with 3hinged stiffening girders for static load,Influence lines for horizontal and vertical components of tension in the cable,tension in the cable,bending moment and shear force. UNITIII Flexibility Matrix Method: Determination of static and kinematic indeterminacy  Equilibrium and compatibility conditionsPrinciples of superposition,Application of Flexibility Matrix Method to continuous beams,planetrusses, planeforms and Ortho grid structures (Static indeterminacy not exceeding three)Effect of temperature, Lack of fit and Prestressing forces UNITIV Stiffness Matrix Method:Application of Stiffness Matrix Method to continuous beams,plane trusses, plane frames and Ortho grid structures (Degree of freedom not exceeding three ) Construction of stiffness Matrix for framesDirect Method. UNITV Direct Element Method:Development of Stiffness matrices for bars,truss and beam elements Application of direct element method to problems of axially loaded bars,continuousbeams,plane trusses and plane frames to obtain joint displacements and member end forces. Developing shear force and bending moment diagrams. Instruction to software package STAAD Pro Suggested Reading:
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CE3104  Soil MechanicsSoil Mechanics Subject Code:CE3104 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Unit  I Origin and Characteristics of soil:Introduction, Engineering geology and formation of soil, Weight ratios (Water content, Density, Unit weights, Specific Gravity); Volume ratios (void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation, relative density); Interrelationships, Laboratory tests for determination of Index properties,Atterberg limits. Classification and Identification of soils for general and engineering purposes as per IS: 14981970, Soil structure and Clay minerals. Unit  II Permeability: Bernoulli's equation, Darcy's law for flow through soils, hydraulic conductivity, Factors affecting permeability, Laboratory tests for determination of coefficient of permeability (constant head, variable head permeability tests), Field tests (pumping in and pumping out tests), Equivalent permeability of stratified soils. Seepage through soils:Seepage, Flow nets, Locating phreatic line in a homogeneous earthen dam, Seepage calculations for geotechnical structures (Masonry dams, concrete dams, earth dams), Uplift pressure. Stress analysis:InSitu Stresses, Effective stresses, Pore water pressure, Capillary rise, piping,quicksand condition  critical hydraulic gradient. Unit  III Compaction of soil:Compaction Mechanism; factors affecting compaction. Laboratory determination of compaction characteristics  standard and modified proctor tests  IS Light and Heavy compaction tests; Field surface compaction: compaction equipment, procedure, quality control. Consolidation of soil:Settlement of Soil, Immediate settlement, Overconsolidation, Preconsolidation pressure, Cc and Cs, Terzaghi's theory of one dimensional consolidation  assumptions and derivation, Determination of coefficient of consolidation, Calculation of settlements using Cc, mv and rate of settlement (Cv,Tv,U) Unit  IV Shear Strength of Soils:Stresses on soil elements, Mohr's Circle, Principal Stresses, Pole,Stress Path, Direct shear test, MohrCoulomb Failure criterion, Triaxial tests drained and undrained tests, Vane shear test, stressstrain relationships and strength of loose and dense sands, NC and OC clays, dilation, pore pressures, Skempton's coefficients, Shear Strength of unsaturated soil, Liquefaction phenomenon. Unit  V Stability of slopes:Definition and classification of slopes, types of slope failure, Factor of safety with respect to cohesion, Analysis of slope stability for finite and infinite slopes  limit equilibrium method, Swedish slip circle method, Taylor's stability number, method of slices and simplifiedBishop method. Suggested Readings:
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CE3105  Design of Steel StructuresDesign of Steel Structures Subject Code:CE3105 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
Unit  I Materials and specifications: Chemical composition of steel, types of structures steel, Residual stresses, stress Concentration. Basis of Structural Design: Codes and specifications, Design Philosophies, Working stress method, Limit state method. Loading and load Combinations: Characteristic loads, Dead loads, Imposed loads, Earthquake loads, and Wind loads and load Combinations. Partial safety factors for materials and loads. Bolted Connections (Limit state method): Bolted Connections, Behavior of bolted joints Design Strength of ordinary Black bolts, Design strength of high strength friction grip bolts, pin connections and Eccentric connections. Welded Connections (Limit state method): Advantages of Welding, types of welds and joints simple connections and Eccentric connections. Unit  II Design of Tension Members (Limit state method): Types of tension members ,design of strands ,slenderness ratio, modes of failure ,factors effecting strength of tension members, design of tension members(angles, other sections and rods),lug angles, tension member splice. Unit  III Design of Compression members (Limit state method): introduction, possible failure modes. behavior of compression members ,elastic buckling of slender compression members, .behavior of compression members, sections of compression members, effective length design of compression members with single section and builtup sections (symmetric in both directions),lacing and battening column splices. Design of column bases (Limit state method): design of slab base and gusseted base for columns. Unit  IV Design of beams (Limit state method): Types of beams, section classification ,lateral stability of beams, buckling of real beams ,behavior of beams in bending ,design of laterally supported and unsupported beams ,design of compound beams ,shear strength of beams ,maximum deflection ,wed buckling crippling ,biaxial bending and unsymmetrical bending. Unit  V Design of Roof trusses (Limit state method): Types of trusses, end bearings, spacing of trusses and purlins, estimation of loads with different roof coverings, self weight of truss, wind effects, design of purlins for dead load and wind loads. Detailed design of roof trusses including joints and supports (only angular trusses). Suggested Reading:
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BM3101  Personality DevelopmentPersonality Development Subject Code:BM3101 LTPC: 2001 Guidelines: Learning approach is based on Real time case studies with class room activities Course Objectives:
UNIT ISELF ANALYSIS (6 hours) SWOT Analysis, Who am I, Personality Traits, Importance of Self Confidence, Self Esteem. UNIT IIGOALS SETTINGS (6 hours) Short term, Long term goal settings, SMART concept Diversifying Risk and Optimizing Opportunities UNIT III TEAM DYNAMICS WITH INTERPERSONAL SKILLS (8 hours) Team Dynamics, Team Work, Interpersonal Skills Behavioral Skills GD, PI, Body Language Public Speaking, Verbal, Non Verbal Communications UNIT IVCREATIVITY AND RATIONALITY (8 hours) Out of Box thinking, Idea Generation with creativity Brain Storming, Effective group meetings, Rationalization of ideas and way to effective implementation. Class room and team activities coupled with group tasks depending upon time availability  200  1 
CE3701  Hydraulics Engineering LabHydraulics Engineering Lab Subject Code:CE3701 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
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CE3702  Soil Mechanics LabSoil Mechanics Lab Subject Code:CE3701 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
Determination of shear strength parameters of the fine grained soil by Triaxial tests  UC, UU, CU, CD tests.  003  2 
CE3901  SeminarIISeminarII Subject Code:CE3901 LTPC: 0021 List of experiments: Objective of the project seminar is to actively involve the students in preparation of the final year project with regard to following components:
The evaluation is purely internal and will be conducted as follows:
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Total load and Credits  2206  26 
2nd Term of 3rd Year (2/3)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE3201  Construction Engineering, Estimation and SpecificationsConstruction Engineering, Estimation and Specifications Subject Code:CE3201 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Conventional representations of building elements and materials. Drawing of doors, windows  framed, paneled and Glazes. Stair cases: RC staircases and steel stair cases. Drawing of plan, elevation and sections of simple residential single storey building. Drawing of plans, elevations and sections of two storied buildings like school, library etc. Drawing of RCC structural elements. Drawing of steel structural elements. Drawing of irrigation works, water supply works, foundation works and road cross sections. UNITII Introduction, objectives of planning, construction stages, sequences of events in general civil engineering construction projects, construction schedule, Development of management techniques, Bar charts, Grant charts, CPM and PERT techniques, Network analysis examples. Introduction to cost analysis, cost reduction in construction management. Cost time analysis, Crashing the Network, Optimization, Resource Leveling and smoothing. UNITIII Basic principles and specifications:General and detailed specifications of works, departmental procedures for construction works, types of estimates, various types of contracts, turnkey projects, essentials of contracts and conditions of contracts, schedule of rates, standard data, rate analysis, bill of quantities. Tenders and Documentations:Tenders, preparation of tenders, tender documentation, tender notice, work order, earnest deposit, and security money deposits, comparative statements, additional conditions mentioned by tenderer, and those implications , measurements book and muster roll, advances in tender procedures, national bidding/international bidding/shopping, BOT, BOOT, and PPP projects. Role of IT in tenders and construction industry. UNITIV Estimations of buildings and roads: Traditional residential buildings, advances buildings (earth work, footing, columns, beams and slab etc..) by long wall and short wall method and center line method, bar bending schedules, estimations of reinforcement quantities, estimation of road works using levels (cross sections and longitudinal sections), preparation of estimates using computer software/excel sheet/available software’s, introduction to MS project. Estimation of septic tank, irrigation canal including earth work, simple bridge and overhead tank. Estimation of steel quantities for slab, beam, column, rectangular footing and overhead tank. UNIT V Construction Equipment:Factors affecting selection of equipment and methods  Technical and economic; Construction engineering fundamentals; Analysis of production outputs and costs; Methods and equipment for Earthmoving, Lifting and erection, Material transport, Pile driving, Dewatering; Concrete construction  batching, mixing, transport, placement, finishing, formwork, scaffolding; Steel construction  fabrication and erection. Safety Engineering:Safety program, Direct and indirect loss due to accident, Classification of Construction of Construction accidents and causes, Location hazards and their elimination, Safety in demolition of buildings, Safety in storage and handling of materials and equipment. Suggested Reading:
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CE3202  Hydrology and Irrigation EngineeringHydrology and Irrigation Engineering Subject Code:CE3202 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Hydrology: Hydrological cycle, precipitation and its measurement, recording and non recording rain gauges, estimating missing rainfall data, raingauge networks, mean depth of over a drainage area, mass rainfall curves, intensityduration curves, deptharea duration curves. Infiltration and infiltration indices, evaporation, evapotranspiration, stream gauging, runoff and its estimation. UNITII Hydrograph analysis: hydrograph analysis, components, peaks flows, unit hydrograph and its derivation from isolated and complex storms, Scurve hydrograph, synthetic unit hydrograph, IUH. UNITIII Floods: Types of floods and their estimation by different methods, probability and frequency analysis, flood routing through reservoirs and channels, flood control measures, economics of flood control. UNITIV Ground water: Types of aquifers, aquifer parameters, specific yield, storage coefficient, coefficients of permeability and transmissibility, Darcy's law, types of well, steady radial flow to wells in confined and unconfined aquifers, yield of open wells, safe yield, constant level pumping test, and recuperation test. UNIT V Irrigation: TDefinition, necessity of irrigation, advantages and illeffects of irrigation. Soilwaterplant relationship: Vertical distribution of soil moisture, soil moisture tension, soil moisture stress, soil moisture constants, plant water relationship, moisture stress and plant response, consumptive use, crop factor, duty, factors affecting duty, types of crops and their water requirements, crop rotation. Suggested Reading:
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CE3203  Environmental EngineeringEnvironmental Engineering Subject Code:CE3203 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Water Supply and Natural Phenomenon: Objectives of protected water supplies; Rate of demand; Population forecasts; Surface and Groundwater sources of water; Water analysis; Self Purification of Streams. UNITII Water treatment and Distribution:Classification, description and design of: Coagulation, Flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection and softening process; Methods of Layout of Distribution pipes; Design of Distribution by Hardy Cross method for simple networks. UNITIII Wastewater and Primary Treatment: Wastewater Characteristics; Standards of Disposal; Treatment Objective and, Strategies; Layouts of Primary, Secondary and Advanced Treatment Units; Design of Preliminary and Primary Treatment Operations: Screens, Grit Chambers, Skimming Tank, Primary and Secondary Sedimentation Tanks. UNITIV Biological Treatment: Classification and Design of: Activated Sludge Process; Oxygen and Nutrient Requirements; Principles of Trickling Filter Process, Oxidation Ponds, Lagoons.. UNIT V Sludge Treatment and Disposal: Sludge Thickening; Aerobic and Anaerobic Sludge Digestion Processes; Design of Digester Tank, Sludge Dewatering. Suggested Reading:
 400  4 
CE3204  Foundation EngineeringFoundation Engineering Subject Code:CE3204 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Earth Pressures:States of earth pressure – Active, passive, at rest condition; Rankine's theory computation of active and passive earth pressure in cohesion lessand cohesive soils, smooth and rough walls,inclined backfill, depth of tension crack, Earth retaining structures – gravity, cantilever, counter fort, reinforced earth, etc. UNITII Geotechnical Investigations: Necessity Principles of exploration objectivesSoil profile collection of distributed & undistributed soil samplessamplers & quality of samples, Insitu tests SPT, CPT, plate load test. Stresses distribution in soils: Boussinesq's theoryComputation of increment in vertical stress due to application of a point load (its distribution on horizontal, vertical planes),uniformly distributed circular and rectangular areas Pressure bulb Significant depthConstruction and use of Newmark's chart Westergaard's theory Validity of elastic theories Contact pressure distribution. UNITIII Introduction to foundations:Functional requirements types shallow and deep foundationssuitability Shallow Foundations:Types of shear failures, Terazaghi's theory for safe bearing capacity of shallow foundations Effect of type of shear failure/shape of the footing /water table, ultimate and allowable bearing capacity,Settlements of foundations immediate, consolidation and creep settlements. Types of shallow foundationsIsolated, combined, mat/raft foundations etc. UNITIV Pile Foundation:Piles, pile groups, Types of pile foundations based on load transfer mechanism, material type, mode of installation, functional use. Shaft and base resistances, down drag, negative skin friction, pile load tests, Estimation of vertical load carrying capacity of a single pile static formulae/Dynamic formulae/Pile load testsCyclic pile load tests for separation of total capacity into bearing and friction componentsPile groupsnecessity efficiency of Pile groups estimation of group capacityConcept of Piled raft foundation. UNIT V Cassions: Necessity TypesEssential components of open(well)/ box(floating)/ Pneumatic cassionssuitabilitySinking of caissonscorrection for tilt &shift, dewatering. Coffer dams: Necessitytypessuitability Underpinning: Necessitymethods (pin/pile)suitability Geosynthetics: classificationfunctionsapplications. Suggested Reading:
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CS3001  Object Oriented Programming through JavaObject Oriented Programming through Java Subject Code: CS3001 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
 400  4 
HS3201  Soft SkillSoft Skill Subject Code: HS3201 LTPC: 2001 Objectives:
 200  1 
CE3801  Environmental Engineering LabEnvironmental Engineering Lab Subject Code:CE3801 LTPC: 0032 List of experiments:
 003  2 
CS3601  Object Oriented Programming through Java LabObject Oriented Programming through Java Lab Subject Code: CS3601 LTPC: 0032 Objectives:
Note: Any experiment according to the syllabus of CS2203 can be substituted  003  2 
CE3902  SeminarIIISeminarIII Subject Code: CE3902 LTPC: 0001 Objectives: Objective of the project seminar is to actively involve the students in preparation of the final year project with regard to following components:
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CE3000  Comprehensive VivaIComprehensive VivaI Subject Code: CE3000 LTPC: 0001 Students are assessed in the courses they have undergone till the completion of that academic year. They are asked to comprehend the concepts in the core subjects and the elective subjects, to make them ready to face technical interviews which improve their employability skills. There are no sessional marks. The end examination shall be conducted by a committee consisting of an External examiner, Head of the department and two senior faculty members. The evaluation is purely external and it carries marks 50.  1  
Total load and Credits  2226  27 
Summer Internship
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE3301  Summer Internship  040  8 
Total load and Credits  040  8 
Engineering  Fourth Year
1st Term of 4th Year (1/4)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

BM3001/4001  Managerial Economics and Financial AnalysisManagerial Economics and Financial Analysis Subject Code:BM3001/4001 LTPC: 4003 Objectives: UNIT I: Introduction to Managerial Economics: Definition, Nature and Scope of Managerial EconomicsDemand Analysis: Demand Determinants, Law of Demand and its exceptions. Definition, Types, Measurement and Significance of Elasticity of Demand. Demand Forecasting, Factors governing demand forecasting, methods of demand forecasting. UNIT II: Theory of Production and Cost Analysis: Production Function  Isoquants and Isocosts, MRTS, Least Cost Combination of Inputs. Cobb Douglas Production function, Laws of Returns, Internal and External Economies of Scale. Cost Analysis: Cost concepts, Opportunity cost. Fixed vs. Variable costs, Explicit costs Vs. Implicit costs. Out of pocket costs vs. Imputed costs. Breakeven Analysis (BEA)Determination of BreakEven Point (simple problems) Managerial Significance and limitations of BEA. UNIT III: Markets & Pricing Policies: Market structures: Types of competition, Features of Perfect competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition. PriceOutput Determination in case of Perfect Competition and Monopoly. Objectives and Policies of Pricing Methods of Pricing: Cost Plus Pricing. Marginal Cost Pricing, Sealed Bid Pricing, Going Rate Pricing, Limit Pricing, Market Skimming Pricing, Penetration Pricing. UNIT IV: Introduction to Financial Accounting: Double entry Book Keeping, Journal, Ledger, Trail Balance and Final Accounts (Trading account, Profit and Loss Account and Balance sheet with simple adjustments). UNIT V: Capital and Capital Budgeting: Capital and Capital Budgeting: Capital and its significance. Types of Capital. Estimation of Fixed and Working capital requirements. Methods and sources of raising finance. Nature and scope of capital budgeting, features of capital budgeting proposals. Methods of Capital Budgeting: Payback Method. Accounting Rate of Return (ARR) and Net Present Value Method, Internal Rate of Return (IRR). Reference Books:
 400  3 
CE4101  Structural Design (Concrete)Structural Design (Concrete) Subject Code:CE4101 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNITI Introduction to columns and footings, Definition, IS codes. Elastic design and detailing of combined rectangular footings. Elastic design and detailing of retailing of wallscantilever and counter fort types. UNITII Types of water tanks, Definition, IS codes. Elastic design and detailing of rectangular and circular, ground and over head tanks including Intze tanks. Design of staging. UNITIII Bridges: Introduction to Bridges, Classification of Bridges, Recent advantages in Bridges Engineering, IRC loading impact factor effective width method and Pigeaud's method. Elastic design and detailing of (I) R.C, Slab bridges and (ii) Tbeam bridges for IRC loadings. Suggested Reading:
 400  4 
CE4102  Advanced Water Resource EngineeringAdvanced Water Resource Engineering Subject Code:CE4102 LTPC: 4004 Objectives:
UNIT I Weirs: Components of diversion head works, types of weirs fixation of still level of head sluice, scouring sluice and crest level of weir, afflux and top level of flood banks, design of vertical drop and slopping glacis weir, design for surface flow and sub \A1V surface flow, lengths, level and thickness of downstream apron, upstream and downstream and downstream cutoffs, protection works. UNITII Seepage Forces: Causes of failures of structures on permeable foundations, piping, rupture of floor, undermining, remedial measures, and computation of uplift forces by Bligh's theory, Khoshla's theory, analytical method, and significance of exit gradient. UNITIII Canals: Alignment, classification of alluvium canals and their functions, regime concept of kennedy's andlacey's theories, design of canals based on kennedy's and lacey's method. Use of gattett's diagrams for the design of canals, lining of canals, methods of lining and design of line canals. UNITIV Canal Falls: Definition, location, types of falls, design principles of trapezoidal notch fall, vertical drop fall, glacis fall. Regulators and Modules: Head regulator and cross regulators, canal escapes, canal outlets and modulusproportionality, sensibility and flexibility. UNITV HydroPower:Comparison of hydro power with thermal power classification of hydro power plants. Definition of various terms, principal components of hydroelectric power plants (Forebay, intake structure, penstock & surge tank), economical diameter of penstocks. Power House:Substructure and super structure of a power house, merits and demerits and demerits of an underground power house, fixation of dimensions of a power house. Suggested Reading: Arora, K.R. (1993), "Irrigation, Water Power and Water Resources Engineering", Standard Publishers Distributors, New Delhi  400  4 
CE4532  ElectiveI Remote Sensing and GISElectiveI Remote Sensing and GIS Subject Code:CE4532 LTPC: 4003 UnitI Modern Surveying Techniques: Electronic distance measuring instruments, Total station, Electronic Theodolite, UnitII Triangulation: Concepts, Introduction to Global Positioning System(GPS), GPS errors and accuracy, Diffrential GPS techniques, Photogrammetry, Geometry of vertical aerial photographs, Photo scale, Stereoscopy and parallax. UnitIII Geographic Information System (GIS): What is GIS? components of GIS, Raster and vector data models, Scale, Projection, Datum and coordinate system, ata acquisition and conversion techniques, Database management System, Query development, Spatial querying, Geoprocessing, Elements of map making (Cartography), GIS Applications: Case studies. UnitIV Remote Sensing: Physical basis of Remote sensing, Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR), Remote sensing platforms and sensor characteristics, image interpretation, Multispectral remote sensing systems, Digital Image Processing and classification, Active and Passive microwave remote sensing, Remote sensing Appliations: Case studies. Lab:During the lab section the students will get hands on training in applying the concepts learned during the Lecture using GIS and remote sensing software.  400  3 
CE4700  ProjectProject Subject Code:CE4700 LTPC: 0044 Student has to do literature review on the chosen/allotted area of project work and must submit a report.  004  4 
Total load and Credits  1600  18 
2nd Term of 4th Year (2/4)
Course No.  Subject Name  (LT)P  Credits 

CE4501  Ground Improvement TechniquesGround Improvement Techniques Subject Code:CE4501 LTPC: 4003 Objectives:
UNIT I: Introduction : Need for ground improvement, applications, factors affecting different mechanical, chemical, static and dynamic techniquesmechanical stabilisation blending of aggregates Rothfunt’s Testing. UNIT II: Chemical Stabilisation : Lime, cement, bitumen, factors influencing – Design approach, construction procedure, laboratory testing, additives. Suspension and solution grouts, principles, methods, equipment, applications, compaction grouting, jet grouting. UNIT III: Cohesionless soils : Insitu densification, vibro techniques mechanisms. Factors affecting, suitablity number, compacting piles. Vibro replacement process. UNIT IV: Cohesive Soils : Insitu densification, Preloading – Dewateringsand drains, Sandwicks, geodrains, ropedrains,band drainsstone colums, lime piles – thermal and vaccum methods. UNIT V: Geotextiles : Woven and nonwoven fabrics, Types, functions and application Geotextiles, grogrides test on geotextiles. Reinforced earth Principles and factors governing design. Reference Books:
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Open ElectiveI  400  3  
CE4800  Project  0024  12 
CE4000  Comprehensive VivaII  1  
Total load and Credits  8024  19 
Note : At Least one of the Breadth courses should be related to Environmental Science and Engineering.
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