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SVEC10-CivilEngineering 17SREE VIDYANIKETHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE(AUTONOMOUS)SreeSainathNagar,A.Rangampet-517102.COURSESTRUCTURE :II B.Tech., I SemesterCOURSESTRUCTURE : II B.Tech., II SemesterPeriods/Week Scheme of Examinat ion Max. Marks CodeSUBJECT LTP C InternalMarks ExternalMarks Total 10BT3BS04 Matrices and Numerical Methods 41-43070100 10BT30101Mechanics of Solids41-43070100 10BT30102 Building Materials and Concrete Technology 4--43070100 10BT30103 Basics of Electrical and Mechanical Technology 4--43070100 10BT30104Surveying41-43070100 10BT30105 Fluid Mechanics - I 41-43070100 10BT30111Surveying Lab I--32255075 10BT30112Strength ofMaterials Lab--32255075 TOTAL244628230520750 34 Peri ods/Week Scheme ofExami nati on Max. Marks CodeSUBJECT LTP C Internal Marks External Marks Total 10BT3BS01Probability and Statistics41-43070100 10BT40101Structural Analysis - I41-43070100 10BT40102Fluid Mechanics - II41-43070100 10BT40103 Reinforced Cement Concrete Structures - I 41-43070100 10BT40104 Construction, Planning and Project Management 4--43070100 10BT3BS02Environmental Sciences4--43070100 10BT40111 Surveying Lab - II--32255075 10BT40112 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab --32255075 TOTAL244628230520750 34 SVEC10-CivilEngineering 52II B.Tech. I Semester 10BT3BS04 : MATRICES AND NUMERICAL METHODS(Common to Biotechnology and Civil Engineering)L TPC4 1-4UNIT IMATRICESANDLINEARSYSTEMOFEQUATIONS:Matrices-Algebra of matrices Inverse of a square matrix - Rank of a matrix Echelon form Normal form - Inverse of a matrix by normal form-SymmetricmatrixSkew-symmetricmatrixHermitianmatrixSkewHermitianmatrixUnitarymatrixOrthogonalmatrix.HomogenousandNonHomogenousLinearsystemsConsistencyand solutions of linear system of equations - Direct methods GausseliminationmethodGauss-Jordanmethod.UNIT - IIEIGEN VALUES AND EIGEN VECTORS : Evaluation of eigen valuesEigenvectorsProperties-CayleyHamiltontheorem(withoutproof)InverseandpowersofamatrixusingCayleyHamiltontheoremDiagonalization.UNIT - IIISOLUTIONS OF ALGEBRAIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONSANDCURVEFITTING:SolutionsofalgebraicandtranscendentalequationsbybisectionmethodFalsepositionmethodNewtonRaphsons Method Iterative method - Curve fitting by the principleofleastsquaresfittingofastraightline,parabola,exponentialandpowercurves.UNIT - IVINTERPOLATION:InterpolationForwarddifferenceoperatorBackwarddifferenceoperatorCentraldifferenceoperatorRelationshipbetweentheoperatorsNewtonsforwardformulaNewtonsbackwardformulaInterpolationwithunequalintervalsLagrangesinterpolationformula.UNIT - VNUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION : NumericalvaluesofderivativesusingNewtonsforwardformulaNewtonsbackwardformulaNumericalintegration-Trapezoidalrule-Simpsons1/3ruleSimpsons3/8 rule.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 53UNIT - VINUMERICALSOLUTIONSOFORDINARYDIFFERENTIALEQUATIONS : Numerical Solutions of ordinary differential equationsusingTaylorsmethodEulersmodifiedmethodPicardsmethodRunge-KuttamethodMilnespredictorcorrectormethod.UNIT - VIIPARTIALDIFFERENTIALEQUATIONS:Formationofpartialdifferentialequations-SolutionsoffirstorderpartialdifferentialequationusingLagrangesmethod-MethodofseparationofvariablesSolutionsofonedimensionalwaveequation-Heatequations.UNIT - VIIIFOURIER SERIES : Fourier series of functions in ( 0, 2 ),( - , ),(0, 2l) ,(-l, l) - Determination of Fourier coefficients Eulers formulae Even and odd functions Periodic continuation Half-range Fouriersineandcosineexpansions.TEXTBOOKS1. T.K.V. Iyenger, B. Krishna Gandhi, S. Ranganatham and M.V.S.S.N.Prasad,MathematicalMethods,5thRevisedEdition,S.ChandGroup,NewDelhi,2010.REFERENCES1. B.S. Grewal, Higher Engineering Mathematics, 40th Edition, KhannaPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.2. ErwinKreyszig,AdvancedEngineeringMathematics,9thEdition,John-Wiley&Sons,NewDelhi,2006.3. S.S. Sastry, Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, 3rd Edition,PrenticeHall ofIndia Pvt.Ltd., 2009.4. B.V.Ramana,MathematicalMethods,2ndEdition,TataMcGrawHill, 2010.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 54II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30101:MECHANICSOFSOLIDSL TPC41-4UNIT - ISIMPLE STRESSES AND STRAINS : Elasticity and plasticity TypesofstressesandstrainsHookeslawStress-straindiagramformildsteelWorkingstressFactorofsafetyLateralstrain,PoissonsratioandvolumetricstrainElasticmoduliandtherelationshipbetweenthemBarsofvaryingsectionCompositebars Temperaturestresses- StrainenergyResilience Gradual,suddenandimpactloadingsSimpleapplications.UNIT-IISHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT : Types of beams, supportsandloadsConceptofshearforceandbendingmomentSFandBMdiagramsforcantilever,simplysupportedandoverhangingbeams subjected to point loads, uniformly distributed load, uniformlyvarying load and combination of these loads Point of contra flexure Relation between SF, BM and rateof loading at a section of beam.UNIT-IIISTRESSES IN BEAMS :FlexuralStresses:TheoryofsimplebendingBasicbendingequationNeutralaxisBendingstressesSectionmodulusofrectangularandcircularsections,I,T,AngleandChannelsectionsDesignofsimplebeamsectionsStrainenergyduetobending.ShearStresses:BasicshearstressequationShearstressdistribution:Rectangular,circular,triangular,I,T,AnglesectionsStrainenergyduetoshear.UNIT-IVCOMBINEDDIRECTANDBENDINGSTRESSES:StressesunderthecombinedactionofdirectloadingandbendingmomentCoreofasectionStressesinchimneys,retainingwallsanddamsConditionsforstabilityStressesduetodirectloadingandbendingmomentaboutbothaxes.UNIT-VTORSION: Theory of pure torsion Torsional equationTorsionalmomentofresistancePolarsectionmodulusPowertransmittedbyshaftsCombinedbending,torsionandendthrustDesignofshafts.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 55UNIT-VISPRINGS : Deflection of close and opencoiled helical springs underaxialloadandaxialtwistSpringsinseriesandspringsinparallelCarriagesprings.UNIT-VIITHINCYLINDERS:ThincylindricalshellsLongitudinalandcircumferentialstressesHoop,longitudinalandvolumetricstrainsChangesindiameterandvolumeofthincylinders.UNIT-VIIITHICKCYLINDERS:LamestheoryDistributionofhoopandradialstressesacrossthicknessDesignofthickcylindersCompoundcylindersDifferenceofradiiforshrinkage.TEXTBOOKS1. Punmia, B. C., Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, MechanicsofMaterials,1stEdition,LaxmiPublications(P)Ltd,NewDelhi,2001.2. Basavarajaiah,B.S.andMahadevappa.P,StrengthofMaterials,3rdEdition,UniversitiesPress(India)Pvt.Ltd.,Hyderabad,2010.REFERENCES1. Rajput,R.K.,StrengthofMaterials(MechanicsofSolids),5thEdition, S. Chand Group, New Delhi, 2006.2. Junnarkar,S.B.andShah,H.J.,MechanicsofStructuresvol.I(StrengthofMaterials),27thRevisedandEnlargedEdition,CharotarPublishingHousePvt.Ltd.,Anand,2008.3. Bhavikatti, S. S., Strength of Materials, 3rd Edition, Vikas PublishingHouse,NewDelhi,4. Khurmi, R. S., Strength of Materials, 23rd Edition, S. Chand Group,NewDelhi,1968.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 56II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30102 : BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONCRETETECHNOLOGYL TPC4 - -4UNIT ISTONES,BRICKSANDTILES:PropertiesofbuildingstonesRelationtotheirstructuralrequirementsClassificationofstonesStonequarryingPrecautionsinblastingDressingofstoneCompositionofgoodbrickearthVariousmethodsofmanufactureofbricksQualitiesofagoodbrickEfflorescenceinBricksClassification ofbricks Characteristicsof good tile Manufacturingmethods-Typesoftiles.UNIT IILIMEANDCEMENT:VariousingredientsoflimeConstituentsoflime stone Classification of lime Various methods of manufactureoflimeIngredientsofcementManufactureofOPCTypesofcementandtheirpropertiesVariousfieldandlaboratorytestsoncement.UNIT-IIITIMBER:StructurePropertiesSeasoningoftimberClassificationofvarioustypesofwoodsusedinbuildingsDefectsintimber-DecayoftimberMechanicaltreatmentPaintsVarnishesDistempers-Bi tumi nouswoodenproductsinconstruction.UNIT-IVOTHERMATERIALSINCONSTRUCTION:UseofMaterialslikegalvanized iron, steel, aluminium, gypsum, copper, glass, bituminousmaterials,rubber,fiber-reinforcedplastics,ceramicproducts,asbestosandtheirquality.UNIT VCEMENTCONCRETE:VariousingredientsofcementconcreteandtheirimportanceProportioningofconcrete-Water-cementratioWorkabilityofconcrete-FactorsinfluencingworkabilityMeasurementofworkability-EffectoftimeandtemperatureonworkabilitySegregationandbleedingMixingandvibrationofconcreteQualityofmixingwater.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 57UNIT VIHARDENED CONCRETE : Nature of strength of concrete MaturityconceptStrengthintensionandcompressionFactorsaffectingstrengthRelationbetweencompressionandtensilestrength-Curing.TESTSONHARDENEDCONCRETE:CompressiontestTensiontestFactorsaffectingstrengthFlexuretestNon-destructivetestingmethodsUNIT VIIELASTICITY,CREEPANDSHRINKAGE:ModulusofelasticityDynamicmodulusofelasticityPoissonsratioCreepofconcreteFactorsinfluencingcreepRelationbetweencreepandtimeEffectsofcreepShrinkageTypesofshrinkage.MIXDESIGN:Factorsinthechoiceofmixproportions-BISandACImethodsofmixdesign.UNIT VIIISPECIAL CONCRETES : Light weight aggregates - Cellular concreteNo-finesconcreteHighdensityconcreteFiberreinforcedconcreteDifferenttypesoffibersFactorsaffectingpropertiesofFRCApplicationsPolymerconcreteTypesofpolymerconcretePropertiesofpolymerconcreteApplicationsHighperformanceconcreteSelfconsolidatingconcrete.TEXTBOOKS1. S. K. Duggal, Building material, 3rd Edition, New Age InternationalPublishers,2010.2. M.S.Shetty,ConcreteTechnology,6thEdition,S.ChandandCompanyLtd.,NewDelhi,2011.REFERENCES1. RajputR.K.,EngineeringMaterials,1stEdition,S.ChandandCompanyLtd.,NewDelhi,2000.2. P.C.Varghese,BuildingMaterials,Prentice-HallofIndiaPrivateLtd.,NewDelhi,2011.3. A.M. Neville, Properties ofConcrete,4th Edition,John WileyandSons,NewDelhi,1996.4. M.L. Gambhir, Concrete Technology, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw-HillPublishers,NewDelhi,2008.5. A.R.SanthaKumar,ConcreteTechnology,7thEdition,OxfordUniversityPress,NewDelhi,2011.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 58II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30103 : BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICALTECHNOLOGYPART AELECTRICALTECHNOLOGYL TPC4 -- 4UNIT - IELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND CABLES : Basic definitions - Types ofelements-Ohmslaw-Resistivenetworks-Kirchhoffslaws-Inductivenetworks-Capacitivenetworks-Seriesandparallelcircuits -Star-delta and delta-star transformations - Types of cables.UNIT - IIDCMACHINES:PrincipleofoperationofDCGeneratorEMFequation - Types DC motor types Torque equation ApplicationsThreepointstarter.UNIT - IIITRANSFORMERS:Princi pleofoperationof si nglephasetransformersEMFequationLossesEfficiencyandregulation.UNIT - IVACMACHINES:PrincipleofoperationofalternatorsRegulationbysynchronousimpedancemethodPrincipleofoperationofinductionmotorSlipTorquecharacteristicsApplications.TEXTBOOKS1. M.SNaiduandS.Kamakshaiah,IntroductiontoElectricalEngineering, Tata McGraw-Hill Publications Ltd., New Delhi, 2009.2. V.K.MehtaandRohitMehta,PrinciplesofElectricalEngineering,S.ChandandCompanyLtd.,NewDelhi,2006.3. T.K.NagasarkarandM.S.Sukhija,BasicElectricalEngineering,OxfordUniversityPress,NewDelhi,2009.REFERENCES1. D.P.KothariandI.J.Nagrath,TheoryandProblemsofBasicElectricalEngineering, PrenticeHallofIndia,NewDelhi,2009.2. P.S. Bimbhra, Electrical Machinery, 7th Edition, Khanna Publishers,NewDelhi,2005.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 59MECHANICALTECHNOLOGYUNIT - VWELDINGPROCESSES:Introduction,classificationofweldingprocesses-ArcweldingandgasweldingEquipment,weldingfluxesandfillerrodsSubmergedarcwelding,TIGandMIGprocesses-SolderingandbrazingimportanceApplications.UNIT - VIINTERNALCOMBUSTIONENGINES:Introduction,ClassificationandMaincomponentsofICEnginesWorkingprincipleofpetroland diesel engines Four stroke and two stroke cycles ComparisonoffourstrokeandtwostrokeenginesLubricationandfuelsystemsofpetrolanddieselengines.UNIT - VIIREFRIGERATIONANDAIRCONDITIONING:TerminologyofrefrigerationandairconditioningRefrigerantsandtheirdesirablepropertiesMethodsofrefrigeration:Vapourcompressionandvapourabsorptionsystems-BasicprinciplesofairconditioningRoomairconditioningsystems-Comfortairconditioningsystems.UNIT - VIIIAIR COMPRESSORS AND EARTH MOVING MACHINERY : WorkingprinciplesofaircompressorsReciprocatingaircompressor:singleandmultistagecompressionEarthmovingmachinesandmechanicalhandlingequipmentBulldozersPowershowelsExcavatorsConcretemixerBeltandbucketconveyors.TEXTBOOKS1. R.S.Khurmi,ATextBookofThermalEngineering:MechanicalTechnology,S.Chand Group,Delhi,2008.2. R.K.Rajput,ThermalEngineering,8thEdition,LaxmiPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.REFERENCES1. Khurmi, R. S and Gupta, J.K.,Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 5thEdition,S.ChandGroup,Delhi,2011.2. S.K.HajraChoudharyandS.K.Bose,ElementsofWorkshopTechnologyVol.IandII,2ndEdition,AsiaPublishingHouse,Bombay,2008.3. Kripal Singh, Automobile Engineering - Vol. II: Engine and ElectricalEquipment,12thEdition,StandardPublishersDistributors,NewDelhi,2011.PART - BSVEC10-CivilEngineering 60II B.Tech. I Semester 10BT30104 : SURVEYINGL TPC41-4UNIT ILINEARMEASUREMENTSANDCHAINSURVEYING:PrincipleClassification-Accuracyanderrors-Linearmeasurements-Directmeasurements-InstrumentsforchainingRangingoutsurveylinesErrorsinchainingTapecorrections-Chaintriangulation-Field book -Instruments for setting right angles -Basic problems inchaining-Obstaclesforchaining.UNIT IICOMPASS AND PLANE TABLE SURVEYING :Compass Survey:Types ofcompassBearings -IncludedanglesDeclination-Dipandlocalattraction.Plane Table Survey:Components Setting Methods RadiationTraversing-IntersectionandResection.UNIT IIILEVELING AND CONTOURING : Types of levels - Dumpy level andtiltinglevel-Temporaryandpermanentadjustments-Heightofinstrumentandriseandfallmethods-Effectofcurvatureandrefraction - Characteristics of contours - Direct and indirect methodsofcontouringandplottingofcontours-Usesofcontourmaps.UNIT IVCOMPUTATION OFAREAS ANDVOLUMES :Areas:Areasdividingintonumberoftriangles-Byoffsetstoabaseline-Bylatitudesanddepartures(D.M.D.andD.P.D)-Bycoordinates-Areasfrommaps.Volumes:Volumefromcross-section-Embankmentsandcuttingfor a level section and two level sections with and without transverseslopes - Determination of the capacity of reservoir - Volume of barrowpits-Spotlevelsfromcontours.UNIT VTHEODOLITE : Description and uses of vernier micrometer Micro-optic theodolites Temporary and permanent adjustments of verniertransitMeasurementofhorizontalandverticalanglesHeightsanddistancesTraversingClosingerroranddistributionGalestraversetableOmittedmeasurements.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 61UNIT VITACHEOMETRICSURVEYING:PrincipleofstadiamethodDistance and elevation formulae for staff held vertical InstrumentalconstantsAnallacticlensTangentialmethodUseofsubtensebarTacheometriccontouring.UNIT VIICURVES:Typesofcurves-Linearandangularmethodsofsettingoutofsimple curvesByoffsets fromlongchord Byoffsetsfromtangents-BysuccessivebisectionofarcsofchordsByoffsetsfromchordsproducedTwotheodolitemethod.UNIT VIIIELECTRONIC DISTANCE MEASUREMENT AND GIS :Electronic DistanceMeasurement: Basic concepts- Classificationofelectronicradiation-Basicprincipleofelectronicdistancemeasurement-Computingthedistancefromthephasedifferences-Totalstation-InstrumentalerrorsinEDM.GeographicalInformationSystem:Introductiontogeodeticsurveying-Globalpositioningsystem(GPS)-Introductiontogeographicinformationsystem(GIS).TEXTBOOKS1. B.C. Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, Surveying- Vol. I, II and III, 15th Edition, Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd., NewDelhi,2010.2. S. K. Duggal, Surveying - Vol. I and II, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw-HillPublishingCo.Ltd.,NewDelhi,2010.REFERENCES1. R.Subramanian,SurveyingandLeveling,1stEdition,OxfordUniversityPress,NewDelhi,2010.2. Arthur R. Benton and Philip J. Taety, Elements of Plane Surveying,3rd Edition, McGrawHill, 2010.3. Arora, K. R.,Surveying - Vol. I, II and III, 10th Edition, StandardBookHouse,Delhi,2011.4. Chandra, A.M, Plane Surveying, 2nd Edition, New Age InternationalPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.5. Chandra,AM,Hi gherSurveying,2ndEdit ion,NewageInternationalPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 62II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30105 : FLUID MECHANICS - IL TPC41-4UNIT IPROPERTIESOFFLUIDSANDPRESSUREMEASUREMENTS:Dimensionsandunits Physicalpropertiesoffluids Massdensity-specific weight- specific volume- specific gravity - ideal and real fluids-Newtonianandnon-NewtonianfluidsViscosity-Surfacetension-Vapourpressureandtheirinfluencesonfluidmotion-Pressureatapoint-Pascalslaw-Hydrostaticlaw-Atmospheric,gaugeandabsolutepressures-Measurementofpressure-PressuregaugesManometers-Differentialandmicromanometers.UNTI IIHYDROSTATICFORCES:Hydrostaticforcesonsubmergedplanesurfaces Total pressure and centre of pressure on plane and curvedsurfacesCalculationoftotalpressurefrompressurediagrams.UNTI IIIFLUID KINEMATICS : Description of fluid flow - Stream line - Pathline and streak lines - Stream tube - Classification of flows - Steady,unsteady,uniform,non-uniform,laminar,turbulent,rotationalandirrotationalflowsEquationofcontinuityforonedimensionalflowsstreamandvelocitypotentialfunctions-Flownetanditsuses.UNIT IVFLUIDDYNAMICS:SurfaceandbodyforcesEulersandBernoullisequationsforflowalongastreamlineMomentumequationanditsapplicationMomentumandkineticEnergycorrectionfactorsForcesonpipebend.UNIT VCLOSED CONDUIT FLOW: Lawsof fluidfriction Darcy-Weisbachequation-MinorlossesPipesinseriesPipesinparallelTotalenergylineandhydraulicgradientline-Pipenetworkproblems-VariationoffrictionfactorwithReynoldsnumberMoodyschart.UNIT VIMEASUREMENTOFFLOW:Pitottube-VenturimeterandorificemeterOrificesandmouthpieces-Rectangular,triangularandtrapezoidalnotchesBroadcrestedweirs.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 63UNIT VIILAMINARANDTURBULENTFLOW:Reynoldsexperiment-Characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows Laminar flow throughcircularpipes-Flowbetweenparallelplates-Hydrodynamicallysmoothandroughboundaries.UNIT VIIIHYDRAULICSIMILITUDE:Dimensionalanalysis-RayleighsmethodandBuckinghamspitheorem-ModelstudiesGeometric,kinematic and dynamic similarities - Dimensionless numbers ModellawsScaleeffects.TEXTBOOKS1. P.N.ModiandS.M.Seth,HydraulicsandFluidMechanics,18thEdition,StandardBookHouse,Delhi,2011.2. R.K. Bansal, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, 9th Edition,LaxmiPublishers,NewDelhi,2011.REFERENCES1. R.K. Rajput, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery, 4th Edition,S.ChandPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.2. J.F.Douglas,J.M.GaserekandJ.A.Swaffirld,FluidMechanics,5thEdition,Longman,2010.3. A.K.Mohanty,FluidMehanics,2ndEdition,PrenticeHallofIndiaPvt.Ltd.,NewDelhi,2010.4. S.K. Som and G. Biswas, Introduction to Fluid Machines, 2nd Edition,TataMcGraw-HillPublishersPvt.Ltd,2010.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 64II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30111 :SURVEYING LAB IL TPC--32LISTOFEXERCISESA) CHAINSURVEY1.Studyofchainsanditsaccessories-Aligning,Rangingand Chaining2.Crossstaffsurveyandplotting3.Chainingacrossobstaclesandplotting4. ChaintraversingandplottingB) COMPASSSURVEY5. StudyofprismaticcompassMeasurementofbearingsoflines6. Determinationofareabyradiationmethodandplotting7. Determinationofdistancebetweentwoinaccessiblepointswithcompass8. CompasstraversingandplottingC) PLANETABLESURVEY9. Studyofplanetableanditsaccessories10. RadiationandIntersectionmethodsbyplanetablesurvey11. Planetabletraversing12. Resection-TwopointandthreepointproblemsD) LEVELLING13. StudyofDumpylevel/Autolevelandlevellingstaff14. Flylevelling(differentiallevelling)15. Longitudinalandcross-sectioningofaroadprofileandplotting.16. ContouringexerciseSVEC10-CivilEngineering 65II B.Tech. I Semester10BT30112:STRENGTH OFMATERIALSLABL TPC--32LIST OF EXPERIMENTS1. Tensiontestonmildsteel/HYSDbar2. Compressiontestonwood3. Compressiontestoncoiledspring4. Tensiontestoncoiledspring5. Bendingtestoncarriagespring6. BrinellandRockwellhardnesstests7. CharpyandIzodimpacttests8. Sheartestonmildsteel9. Bendingtestonsimplysupportedbeam10. Bendingtestoncantileverbeam11. Bendingtestonfixedbeam12. Bendingtestoncontinuousbeam13. VerificationofMaxwellsreciprocaltheorem14. TorsiontestonmildsteelSVEC10-CivilEngineering 66II B.Tech. II Semester10BT3BS01 : PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSL TPC41-4UNIT - IPROBAILITY MATHEMATICAL EXPECTATIONS :IntroductiontoProbability:Definitionofrandomexperiment,eventsandsamplespaceDefinitionofprobabilityAdditionandmultiplicationtheorems-ConditionalprobabilityBayestheoremSimpleproblemsonBayestheorem.RandomVariable:Discreteandcontinuousrandomvariables-DistributionfunctionofrandomvariablePropertiesProbabilitymassfunction-ProbabilitydensityfunctionMathematicalexpectationPropertiesofmathematicalexpectationsMeanandvariance.UNIT - IIPROBABILITYDISTRIBUTIONS:Discrete Distributions : Binomial distribution Mean and standarddeviationsofBinomialdistributionPoissondistributionMeanandstandarddeviationsofPoissondistributionApplications.ContinuousProbabilityDistributions:UniformdistributionExponential distribution Normal distribution Propertiesof normaldistributionImportanceofnormaldistributionAreapropertiesofnormalcurve.UNIT-IIICORRELATION ANDREGRESSION :Correlation:Definition-MeasuresofcorrelationCorrelationforbivariatedistributionRankcorrelationcoefficients.Regression:SimplelinearregressionRegressionlinesandproperties.UNIT-IVSAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS : Population and sample ParameterandstatisticSamplingdistributionofstatisticStandarderrorofstatisticNullandalternativehypothesesTypeIandIIerrorsLevelofsignificanceCriticalregionDegreesoffreedom.UNIT-VLARGESAMPLESTESTOFSIGNIFICANCE:Testofsignificancefor single proportion Test of significance for difference of proportions-Testofsignificanceforasinglemean-TestofsignificancefordifferenceofmeansTestofsignificancefordifferenceofstandarddeviations.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 67UNIT VISMALLSAMPLESTESTOFSIGNIFICANE:Studentst-testF-test for equality of population variance Chi-square test of goodnessoftestContingencytableChi-squaretestforindependenceofattributes.UNIT VIISTATISTICALQUALITYCONTROL:IntroductionAdvantagesandlimitationsofstatisticalqualitycontrolControlchartsSpecification limits-,R, np and c charts.UNIT VIIIQUEUINGTHEORY:QueuingtheoryPurebirthanddeathprocessM/M/1ModelProblems.TEXTBOOKS1. T.K.V.Iyengar,B.KrishnaGandhiandOthers,ProbabilityandStatistics,3rdEdition,S.ChandGroup,NewDelhi,2011.2. ShahnazBathul,ATextBookofProbabilityandStatistics,2ndEdition,RidgePublications,Hyderabad.3. KandaswamyandTilagavathy, ProbabilityStatisticsandQueuingTheory, 1stEdition,S.ChandGroup,NewDelhi,2004.REFERENCES1. Miller and John E. Freund, Probability and Statistics for Engineers,7thEdition,PearsonHigherEducation,2010.2. RonaldE.Walpole,ProbabilityandStatisticsforEngineersandScientists, 8th Edition,Pearson Education India, New Delhi, 2007.3. S.C.GuptaandV.K.Kapoor,FundamentalsofMathematicalStatistics,11thEdition,SutanandChand,NewDelhi,2007.4. S.C.GuptaandV.K.Kapoor,FundamentalsofAppliedStatistics,3rdEdition,SultanandChand,NewDelhi,2009.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 68II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40101 : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS - IL TPC41-4UNIT-IPRINCIPALSTRESSESANDSTRAINS:StressesonaninclinedplaneunderaxialloadingCompoundstressesNormalandtangentialstressesonaninclinedplaneforbiaxialstressesTwoperpendicularnormalstressesaccompaniedbyastateofsimpleshearMohrscircleofstressesPrincipalstressesandstrains.UNIT-IIDEFLECTIONOFBEAMS-I:BendingintoacirculararcSlope,deflectionandradiusofcurvatureDifferentialequationfortheelastic curve of a beam Double integration and Macaulays methods-Determinationofslopeanddeflectionforcantileverandsimplysupportedbeamssubjectedtopointloads,U.D.L.anduniformlyvaryingload.UNIT-IIIDEFLECTIONOFBEAMS-II:MohrstheoremsMomentareamethodDeterminationofslopeanddeflectionforcantileverandsimplysupportedbeamssubjectedtopointloads,U.D.L.,Uniformlyvaryingload-Applicationtosimplecasesincludingoverhangingbeams.UNIT-IVCOLUMNSANDSTRUTS:TypesofcolumnsShort,mediumandlongcolumnsAxiallyloadedcompressionmembersEulerstheoremforlongcolumnsEulerscriticalloadEquivalentlengthofacolumnSlendernessratioLimitationsofEulerstheoryRankine-GordonformulaLongcolumnssubjectedtoeccentricloadingSecantformula.UNIT-VTHEORIESOFFAILURE:Maximumprincipalstresstheory-Maximumprincipalstraintheory-Maximumshearstresstheory-Maximum strain energy theory - Maximum shear strain energy theory.UNIT-VIUNSYMMETRICALBENDINGANDSHEARCENTRE:Centroidalprincipalaxesofsection-Momentofinertiareferredtoanysetofrectangularaxes-Stressinbeamsduetounsymmetricalbending-Principalaxes-Resolutionofbendingmomentintotworectangularaxesthroughthecentroid-LocationofneutralaxisShearcentreofchannelsectionandunequalsection.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 69UNIT-VIIFIXEDBEAMSANDPROPPEDCANTILEVERS:Introductiontostatically indeterminate beams Fixed end moment due to uniformlydistributedload,pointloads,uniformlyvaryingload,coupleandcombinationofloads-ShearforceandBendingmomentdiagramsDeflectionoffixedbeams-Effectofsinkingofsupport-Effectofrotationofasupport-ShearforceandBendingmomentdiagramsofproppedcantilever.UNIT-VIIICONTINUOUSBEAMS:ClapeyronstheoremofthreemomentsAnalysisofcontinuousbeamswithoneorbothendsfixed-Continuousbeamswithoverhang.TEXTBOOKS1. R.S.Khurmi,TheoryofStructures,11thEdition,S.ChandPublications,NewDelhi,2010.2. V.N. Vazirani, M.M.Ratwani and S.K.Duggal, Analysis of Structures-Vol.I (17th Edition) and Vol.II (16th Edition), Khanna Publications,NewDelhi,2011.REFERENCES1. H.J.Shah and S.B.Junnarkar, Mechanics of Structures Vol. II,21stEdition,CharotarPublishingHouse,Anand,Gujrat,2010.2. Pandit, G., Gupta, S. and Gupta, R., Theory of Structures Vol. I,2ndEdition,TataMc-GrawHillPublishingCo.Ltd.,NewDelhi,1999.3. B.C.Punmia,StrengthofMaterialsandMechanicsofStructures,7thEdition,StandarPublishersDistributors,NewDelhi,1986.4. Ramamrutham,S.andNarayanan,R., TheoryofStructures,9thEdition,Dhanpat RaiPublishingCo.Ltd., NewDelhi,2010.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 70II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40102 : FLUID MECHANICS - IIL TPC41-4UNIT IBOUNDARY LAYER THEORY : Boundary layer concepts - Thicknessofboundarylayer-Characteristicsofboundarylayeralongathinflatplate-Vonkarmenmomentumintegralequation-Laminarandturbulentboundarylayers(noderivation)-Laminarsub-layerseparationofboundarylayer-Controlofboundarylayer-FlowaroundsubmergedobjectsDragandlift-Magnuseffect.UNIT IIOPENCHANNELFLOW-I:TypesofflowsTypesofchannelsVelocitydistributionChezys,ManningsandBazinsformulaeforuniformflowMostEconomicalsections-Criticalflow-SpecificEnergy-CriticaldepthComputationofcriticaldepthCritical,sub-critical and super critical flows Velocity measuring instruments.UNIT IIIOPEN CHANNEL FLOW - II : Non uniform flow - Dynamic equationfor gradually varied flow - Mild, critical, steep, horizontal and adverseslopes-Surfaceprofiles-DirectstepmethodRapidlyvariedflow-Hydraulicjumpanditsapplications-Energydissipation.UNIT IVIMPACTOFJETS:Hydrodynamicforceofjetsonstationaryandmoving flat, inclined and curved vanes - Series of vanes - Jet strikingcentrally and at tip - Velocity triangles at inlet and outlet - Expressionsforworkdoneandefficiency-Applicationstoradialflowturbines.UNIT VHYDRAULICTURBINESI:LayoutofatypicalhydropowerinstallationHeadsandefficiencies-classificationofturbines-Peltonwheel-Francisturbine-Kaplanturbine-Working,workingproportions - Velocity diagrams - Work done and efficiency - Hydraulicdesign Runaway speed - Draft tube theory, function and efficiency.UNIT VIHYDRAULIC TURBINES II : Governing of turbines - Surge tanks-UnitquantitiesandspecificspeedPerformancecharacteristics-Geometricsimilarity-Cavitation,causes,effects.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 71UNIT VIICENTRIFUGALPUMPS:PumpinstallationdetailsClassification-HeadsLossesandefficiencies-Limitationofsuctionlift-Workdone-Minimumstartingspeed-Specificspeed-Multistagepumps-Pumpsinparallel-Performanceofpumps-Characteristiccurves-NetpositivesuctionheadPrimingdevices-Cavitation.UNIT VIIIHYDROPOWERENGINEERING:Classificationofhydropowerplants Load factor - Utilization factor - Capacity factor - Estimationofhydropowerpotential.TEXTBOOKS1. P.N.ModiandS.M.Seth,HydraulicsandFluidMechanics,18thEdition,StandardBookHouse,Delhi,2011.2. K, Subramanya, Flow in Open Channels, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw-HillPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.3. D.S.Kumar,FluidMechanicsandFluidPowerEngineering,7thEdition,KatariaandSons,Delhi,2009.4. R.K. Bansal, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, 9th Edition,LaxmiPublishers,NewDelhi,2011.REFERENCES1. RangaRaju,FlowThroughOpenChannels,7thEdition,TataMcGraw-HillPublications,NewDelhi,2009.2. R.K. Rajput, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery, 4th Edition,S.ChandPublishers,NewDelhi,2010.3. V.T .Chow, Open Channel Flow, McGraw-Hill Publishers, New Delhi,1996.4. BangaandSharma,HydraulicMachines,7thEdition,KhannaPublishers,NewDelhi,2007.5. M.M.DandekarandK.N.Sharma,WaterPowerEngineering,1stEdition,VikasPublishingHouse,NewDelhi,2009.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 72II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40103 : REINFORCEDCEMENT CONCRETESTRUCTURES - IL TPC41-4UNIT ICONCRETE :Constituentsof concrete-IS456 Recommendations-Gradesofconcrete-Workingstressmethod-DesignconstantsDesignforflexure-Singlyreinforcedbeams.UNIT IILIMIT STATE DESIGN : Concepts of limit state design Comparisonwithworkingstressmethod-BasicstatisticalprinciplesCharacteristicloads Characteristic strengthPartial safetyfactors Stress-strain curvesfor cold worked deformed barsand mild steelbars-AssumptionsinlimitstatedesignStress-blockparametersLimitingmomentofresistance.UNIT IIIBEAMS:Limitstatedesignofsinglyreinforced,doublyreinforced,TandLbeamsforflexure.UNIT IVSHEAR,TORSIONANDBOND:LimitstatedesignofsectionforshearandtorsionConceptofbond,anchorageanddevelopmentlengths-I.S.Codeprovisions-Designofsimplysupportedandcontinuousbeams,includingdetailing.UNIT VCOLUMNS:Shortandlongcolumnsunderaxialloads,uniaxialbendingandbiaxialbendingSlendercolumnsISCodeprovisions.UNIT VIFOOTINGS : Different types of footings Design of isolated square,rectangularandcircularfootings.UNIT VIISLABS:Designofonewayslab-Two-wayslab-ContinuousslabusingISCoefficients.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 73UNIT VIIISERVICEABILITY : Limit state design of serviceability for deflectionandcrackingISCodeprovisions.TEXTBOOKS1. S.UnnikrishnaPillaiandDevdasMenon,ReinforcedConcreteDesign, 3ndEdition, TataMc.GrawHill,New Delhi,2010.2. S.K.RayandN.C.Sinha,FundamentalsofReinforcedConcrete,5thEdition,S.ChandPublishers,2010.REFERENCES1. P.C.Varghese,LimitStateDesignedofReinforcedConcrete,2ndEdition,PrenticeHall ofIndia,NewDelhi,2010.2. B.C. Punmia, AshokKumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, ReinforcedConcrete Structures - Vol. I, 19th Edition, Laxmi Publications Pvt.Ltd.,NewDelhi,2010.3. N.KrishnaRajuandR.N.Pranesh,ReinforcedConcreteDesign,3rd Edition,CBSPublishersDistributors,NewDelhi,2010.4. M.L. Gambhir, Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete Design, PrinticeHallof IndiaPvt. Ltd.,New Delhi,2010.Codes:IS456-2000codebookistobepermittedintotheexaminationhall.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 74II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40104:CONSTRUCTION,PLANNINGANDPROJECTMANAGEMENTL TPC4- - 4UNIT IMASONRYANDFOUNDATIONS:Masonry :Typesof masonry Englishand Flemishbonds RubbleandAshlarmasonryCavitywallsPartitionwalls.Foundations:Foundations:ShallowfoundationsSpread,combined,strapandmatfootings.UNIT IIBUILDINGCOMPONENTS:Lintels,arches,vaults,staircasesDifferent types of floors - Concrete, mosaic, terrazzo floors Pitched,flatandcurvedroofsLean-to-Roof,coupledroofs,trussedroofs-KingandQueenposttrusses-RCCRoofs-MadrasTerrace/ShellRoofs.UNIT IIIFINISHINGS:DampProofing,waterproofing,Termiteproofing,Fireproof-materialsusedPlasteringPointingWhitewashinganddistemperingPaintingConstituentsofapaintTypesofpaintsPaintingofnew/oldWoodVarnishFormworkandscaffolding.UNIT IVORGANIZATION:TypesoforganizationMeritsanddemeritsofdifferenttypesoforganizationAuthorityPolicyRecruitmentprocessandtrainingDevelopmentofpersonneldepartmentLabourProblemsLabourlegislationinIndiaWorkmensCompensationActof1923andMinimumWagesActof1948,andsubsequentamendmentsSafetyinconstruction.UNIT VRESOURCE MANAGEMENT :Manpower: Resource smoothing Resource leveling Establishingworkersproductivity.Materials : Objectives of material management Costs FunctionsofmaterialmanagementdepartmentsABCclassificationofmaterialsInventoryofmaterialsMaterialprocurementStoresmanagement.Machinery : Classification of construction equipment Earth movingequipment-Excavationequipment-Haulingequipment-Earthcompactionequipment-Hoistingequipment-ConcretingplantandequipmentTimeandmotionstudySelectionofequipmentSVEC10-CivilEngineering 75TaskconsiderationCostconsiderationFactorsaffectingtheselection-FactorsaffectingcostowningandoperatingtheequipmentEquipmentmaintenance.UNIT VIPROJECT MANAGEMENT, BAR CHARTS AND MILESTONE CHARTS:ProjectplanningSchedulingControllingRoleofdecisioninprojectmanagementTechniquesforanalyzingalternatives-OperationresearchMethodsofplanningandprogrammingproblemsDevelopmentofbarchartIllustrativeexamplesShortcomingsofbarchartsandremedialmeasuresMilestonechartsDevelopmentofPERTnetworkproblems.UNIT VIIELEMENTS OF NETWORK AND DEVELOPMENT OF NETWORK :IntroductionEventActivityDummyGraphicalguidelinesfornetworkCommonpartialsituationsinnetworkNumberingtheeventsCyclesProblemsPlanningfornetworkconstructionModesofnetworkconstructionStepsindevelopmentofnetworkWorkbreakdownstructureHierarchiesIllustrativeexamples.UNIT VIIIPERT AND CPM : Network analyses - PERT Slack Critical path IllustrativeexamplesProbabilityofmeetingscheduleddateProblemsCPMProcessCPMNetworksActivitytimeestimate Earliest event time Latest allowable occurrence time Combinedtabular computations for TE and TL - Start and finish times of activityFloatCriticalactivitiesandcriticalpathIllustrativeexamples.TEXTBOOKS1. B.C.Punmia,AshokKumarJainandArunKumarJain,BuildingConstruction, 10thEdition, LaxmiPublications (P)Ltd., NewDelhi,2010.2. B.C.Punmia,K.K.Khandelwal,ProjectPlanningandControlwithPERT and CPM, 4th Edition, Lakshmi Publications(P). Ltd., New Delhi,2010.3. Jha,ConstructionProjectManagement,1stEdition,PearsonPubilications,NewDelhi,2011.REFERENCES1. S.Seetharaman,ConstructionEngineeringandManagement,3rdEdition,UmeshPublications,Delhi,2010.2. R. Chudly, Construction Technology Vol. I and Vol. II,4th Edition,Longman,UK,1987.3. P.K. Joy, Total Project Management: The Indian Context, 1st Edition,MacMillanPublishersIndiaLimited,1993.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 76II B.Tech. II Semester10BT3BS02 : ENVIRONMENTALSCIENCESL TPC4 -- 4UNIT-IINTRODUCTIONTOENVIRONMENTALSCIENCES: De f i n i t i o nandconceptofthetermEnvironmentVariouscomponentsofEnvironmentAbioticandbioticAtmosphereHydrosphereLithosphereBiosphereInterrelationshipsNeedforpublicawareness Role of important National and International individualsandorganizationsinpromotingEnvironmentalism.UNIT-IINATURALRESOURCES,CONSERVATIONANDMANAGEMENT:RenewableandNonrenewableresourcesandassociatedproblemsForests:Deforestation,Causes,effectsandremediesEffectsofmining,damsandrivervalleyprojectscasestudies;Waterresources:WateruseandoverexploitationConflictsoverwaterLargedamsbenefitsandproblems;Foodresources:WorldfoodproblemsAdverseeffectsofmodernagricultureFertilizerandpesticideproblems;Landresources:LanddegradationLandslides-Soilerosiondesertification-waterloggingsalinityCauses,effectsandremedies;Mineralresources:MiningAdverseeffects;Energyresources:GrowingneedsRenewableandNonrenewableresourcesAlternateresources: Coal, Wind, Oil, Tidalwave,Naturalgas,BiomassandBiogas,NuclearEnergy,Hydrogenfuel,Solar-Impactonenvironment-Sustainablelifestyles.UNIT-IIIECOLOGYANDECOSYSTEMS:DefinitionsandconceptsCharacteristicsofecosystemStructuralandfunctionalfeaturesProducers,consumersanddecomposersandfoodwebsTypesofecosystemsForestsgrassland,desert,cropland,pond,lake,riverand marineecosystems Energy flow inthe ecosystem EcologicalpyramidsEcologicalsuccessions.UNIT-IVBIODIVERSITY, CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT :IntroductionDefinitionandconceptofbiodiversityValueofbiodiversityRoleofbiodiversityinaddressingnewmillenniumchallenges Global, national biodiversity Hot spots of biodiversityThreatstobiodiversityManandwildlifeconflictsRemedialmeasuresEndemic,endangeredandextinctspeciesIn-situandEx-situconservationofbiodiversity.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 77UNIT-VENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL : Definition, causes,adverseeffectsandcontrolmeasuresofairpollution,indoorpollution,waterpollution,soilpollution,marinepollution,noisepollution,thermalpollution,nuclearpollutionSolidwastemanagementCauses,effects,controlanddisposalmethodsRoleofindividualsinthepreventionofpollutionHazardsanddisaster management Floods Earthquakes Tsunamis CyclonesLandslidesCasestudies.UNIT-VISOCIAL ISSUES AND THE ENVIRONMENT : Concept of sustainabledevelopmentMethodsofrainwaterharvestingWatershedmanagement waste land reclamation Green cover Green powerGreentechnologyResettlementandrehabilitationofpeopleand relatedproblems Case studies Issues andpossible solutions-GreenhouseeffectandglobalwarmingCarboncreditsAcidrainsOzonelayerdepletionCauses,effectsandremediesConsumerismandwasteproductionEnvironmentprotectionactsAir(PreventionandControlofPollution)ActWaterActForestConservationActWildLifeProtectionActIssuesinvolvedintheenforcement.UNIT-VIIHUMANPOPULATIONANDENVIRONMENT:PopulationgrowthanditsimpactonenvironmentEnvironmentalethicsFamilywelfareprogrammesHumanhealth:T.B.,Cancer,HIV/AIDSCauses,effectsandremediesOccupationalhealthhazardsHumanrightsImportantinternationalprotocolsandconventionsonEnvironment.UNIT-VIIIFIELD WORK/ ENVIRONMENTALISTS DIARY / ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINARSTEXTBOOKS1. ErachBarucha,EnvironmentalStudies,1stEdition,UniversitiesPress,Hyderabad,2010.2. A. Kaushik andKaushik, Environmental Studies, 3rd Edition,NewAgeInternationalPublishers,2011REFERENCES1. Deshwal, Environmental Studies, 2nd Edition, Khanna Publications,NewDelhi,2010.2. Rajagopalan,EnvironmentalStudies,1stEdition,Oxford UniversityPress, 2009.3. JosephBenny, EnvironmentalStudies,2ndEdition,TataMcGraw-Hill, NewDelhi, 2010.SVEC10-CivilEngineering 78II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40111 : SURVEYING LAB IIL TPC--32LISTOFEXERCISESA) THEODOLITESURVEY1. Study oftheodolite - Measurementof horizontalandverticalangles.2. Measurementofhorizontalanglesbymethodofrepetitionandmethodofreiteration.3. Findingoutdistancebetweentwoinaccessiblepoints.4. Trigonometriclevelling-Measurementofheightsanddistances(TwoExercises)5. Tacheometricsurveying-Measurementofheightsanddistances(TwoExercises)6. Setting out a circular curve by Rankines method of tangentialangles.7. SettingoutacircularcurvebyDoubleTheodolitemethod.8. Settingoutworksforbuildingsandpipelines.B) TOTALSTATIONSURVEY9. Studyoftotalstation-Measurementofhorizontalangles,verticalanglesanddistances10. Determinationofareausingtotalstation.11. Determinationofremoteheightusingtotalstation12. Distance,gradient,anddifferentialheightbetweentwoinaccessiblepointsusingtotalstation13. Stake-outusingtotalstation14. Traversingusingtotalstation15. ContouringusingtotalstationSVEC10-CivilEngineering 79II B.Tech. II Semester10BT40112 : FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LABL TPC--32 LIST OF EXPERIMENTSAnyTWELVEexperimentsaretobeconducted.1.Calibrationofventurimeter2.Calibrationof orificemeter3. Determination of coefficient of discharge for a small orificebyaconstantheadmethod.4. Determinationofcoefficientofdischargeforanexternalmouthpiecebyvariableheadmethod.5. Calibrationofrectangularnotch6. Calibrationoftriangularnotch7. Determinationoflossofheadduetosuddencontraction8. Determinationoflossofheadduetosuddenexpansion9. Determinationoffrictionfactorforpipes10. VerificationofBernoullisequation.11. Impactofjetonvanes12. Study ofhydraulicjump.13. PerformancetestonPeltonwheelturbine14. PerformancetestonFrancisturbine15. PerformancetestonKaplanturbine.16. Performancetestonsinglestagecentrifugalpump17. Performancetestonmultistagecentrifugalpump18. Performancetestonreciprocatingpump