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GOVT. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, AMRAVATI Department of Civil Engineering 200809 B. TECH. (CIVIL) V and VI Semester CURRICULUM CE 501 THEORY OF STRUCTURES – I Teaching Scheme : 04 L + 01 T Total = 05 Credits: 05 Evaluation Scheme: 15 CT1 + 15 CT2 + 10 TA + 60 ESE Total Marks: 100 Classification of Structures, Concept of statically indeterminate beam and frame, Analysis of fixed beam and propped cantilever, Rotation and sinking of support. Analysis of Continuous beam by theorem of three moments, sinking of support. Castigliano's theorem for slope and deflection, Unit load method, slope and deflection in determinate beams and portals. Deflection in determinate trusses. Influence line diagrams for reactions, bending moment and shear force for determinate beams. Rolling loads on simply supported beams, concentrated and uniformly distributed loads, maximum shear force and bending moment, absolute maximum shear force and bending moment Rolling loads on trusses, Influence line diagrams for forces in members of simple trusses. Three hinged arches subjected to static loads, Bending moment, radial shear and axial thrust. Slope deflection method: Analysis of continuous beams with and without sinking of support. Analysis of portal frames without side sway. Moment Distribution method: Analysis of continuous beams with and without sinking of support and portal frames without side sway. Text Books:
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CE502 DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES Teaching Scheme : 03 L + 01 T Total = 04 Credits: 04 Evaluation Scheme: 15 CT1 + 15 CT2 + 10 TA + 60 ESE Total Marks: 100 Concept of reinforced concrete, History of RCC, Role of structural design in RCC structures, materials, properties. Design considerations, Basic elastic theory (Working Stress Method) Limit state method, comparison with working stress method, Modes of failure, Analysis at ultimate Limit state in flexure, basic concept of singly reinforced and doubly reinforced sections. Analysis and design of one way single span slab and continuous slabs. Analysis and design of two way slab. Design of stairs Doglegged type. Analysis and design of beams, rectangular and flanged sections for bending moment and shear. Analysis and design of columns, for axial, uniaxial and biaxial bending. Design of isolated footings, square and rectangular subjected to axial load and bending moment (uniform depth only) Complete design of simple small structures like canopies & parking sheds. Text Books:
2. Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete, Sinha S.K and Roy S.K, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002 Reference Books: 1. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, Varghese P.C., Prentice – Hall of India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.
CE503 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING  I Teaching scheme : 04 L + 01 T Total = 05 Credits: 05 Evaluation Scheme: 15 CT1 + 15 CT2 + 10 TA + 60 ESE Total Marks: 100 Introduction to Soil and Soil Mechanics, Civil Engineering problems related to soils, Complexity of soil nature, Soil formation and soil types, Regional soil deposits of India, Names of some common soils that are used in practice. Index properties of soil: Soil a threephase system, Solidswaterair relationships, water content, void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation, unit weight, specific gravity, their interrelationships, Laboratory determination of water content by oven drying method, pycnometer method, torsion balance moisture meter method, Insitu determination of density by core cutter method and sand replacement method, Determination of specific gravity by density bottle and pycnometer method, Relative density, Grain shapes, Grain size distribution by sieve analysis, grain size distribution curve, Consistency of clays. Atterberg’s limits and indices, Determination of consistency limits as per IS code, significance of consistency limits and indices. Classification of soils: Necessity of classification, criteria for classification, classification based on grain size and plasticity, textural classification, Indian standard classification system, classified soils and its engineering properties. Soil compaction: Necessity of compaction in field, Standard Proctor test, Modified Proctor test, compaction curve, OMC and Maximum dry density, Compaction curve for sand, factors affecting compaction, structure and engineering behaviour of compacted soil, Compaction in field, suitability of various compaction equipment, placement water content, compaction specification and field control. Permeability: Permeability, Darcy’s law, methods of determination of coefficient of permeability of soils – constant head and falling head permeability tests, factors affecting permeability, approximate coefficient of permeability of common soils, field permeability testspumping out and pumping in tests. Seepage analysis: Seepage pressure, upward flow, quick condition, twodimensional Laplace equation, Flow net and its properties, graphical method of flow net construction, determination of seepage by flow net, seepage force, phreatic line, Filters, graded filters, criteria for design of filters. Shear strength of soil: Basic concept of shearing resistance and shearing strength, concept of failure, Coulomb’s criteria of failure, failure envelope, components of shear strength of soil, cohesion and angle of internal friction, Mohr’s circle of stress, Major and minor principal planes and stresses, determination of normal and shear stress on a given plane, shear strength equation in terms of principal stresses, Determination of shear strength of soil in laboratory – Unconfined compression test, Direct shear test, Triaxial shear test, Laboratory vane shear test, their suitability, stress conditions in soil during test, effective stress, stress condition at failure in terms of total stresses and effective stresses, relationship among stresses at failure. Consolidation: The consolidation process, spring analogy, consolidation of laterally confined soil, Terzaghi’s theory of onedimensional consolidation (no derivation), solution of the consolidation equation, Laboratory consolidation test, determination of coefficient of consolidation, square root time fitting method, logarithm of time fitting method, coefficient of compression, coefficient of volume change, consolidation settlement, consolidation of undisturbed specimen, determination of preconsolidation pressure. Stress Distribution: State of stress at a point, stress distribution in soil mass, Boussinesq theory and its applications, pressure distribution diagrams, contact pressure Text Books:
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CE504 SURVEYING  II Teaching Scheme : 03L + 01 T Total = 04 Credits: 04 Evaluation Scheme: 15 CT1 + 15 CT2 + 10 TA + 60 ESE Total Marks: 100 