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PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Course Objectives: To acquaint students with the fundamental concepts of probability and

statistics and to develop an understanding of the role of statistics in engineering. Also to

introduce numerical techniques to solve the real world applications.

BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Learning Objectives:

• To learn the basic principles of electrical law’s and analysis of networks.

• To understand the principle of operation and construction details of DC machines.

• To understand the principle of operation and construction details of transformer.

• To understand the principle of operation and construction details of alternator and

3-Phase induction motor.

• To study the operation of PN junction diode, half wave, full wave rectifiers and OPAMPs.

• To learn the operation of PNP and NPN transistors and various amplifiers.

Outcomes:

• Able to analyse the various electrical networks.

• Able to understand the operation of DC generators,3-point starter and conduct the

Swinburne’s Test.

• Able to analyse the performance of transformer.

• Able to explain the operation of 3-phase alternator and 3-phase induction motors.

• Able to analyse the operation of half wave, full wave rectifiers and OP-AMPs.

• Able to explain the single stage CE amplifier and concept of feedback amplifier.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-I

Course Learning Objectives:

• To impart preliminary concepts of Strength of Material and Principles of Elasticity

and Plasticity Stress strain behavior of materials and their governing laws.

Introduce student the moduli of Elasticity and their relations

• To impart concepts of Bending Moment and Shear force for beams with different

boundary and loading conditions and to draw the diagrams of variation across the

length.

• To give concepts of stresses developed in the cross section and bending equations

calculation of section modulus of sections with different cross sections

• The concepts above will be utilized in measuring deflections in beams under

various loading and support conditions

• To classify cylinders based on their thickness and to derive equations for

measurement of stresses across the cross section when subjected to external

pressure.

Course Outcomes:

• The student will be able to understand the basic materials behavior under the

influence of different external loading conditions and the support conditions

• The student will be able to draw the diagrams indicating the variation of the key

performance features like bending moment and shear forces

• The student will have knowledge of bending concepts and calculation of section

modulus and for determination of stresses developed in the beams and deflections

due to various loading conditions

• The student will be able to assess stresses across section of the thin and thick

cylinders to arrive at optimum sections to withstand the internal pressure using

Lame’s equation.

BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION

I. Objectives of the course:

• Initiating the student with the knowledge of basic building materials and their

properties.

• Imparting the knowledge of course pattern in masonry construction and flat

roofs and techniques of forming foundation, columns, beams, walls, sloped and

flat roofs.

• The student is to be exposed to the various patterns of floors, walls, different

types of paints and varnishes.

• Imparting the students with the techniques of formwork and scaffolding.

• The students should be exposed to classification of aggregates, moisture content

of the aggregate.

II. Course outcome:

Upon the successful completion of the course:

• The student should be able to identify different building materials and their

importance in building construction.

• The student is expected to differentiate brick masonry, stone masonry

construction and use of lime and cement in various constructions.

• The student should have learnt the importance of building components and

finishings.

• The student is expected to know the classification of aggregates, sieve analysis

and moisture content usually required in building construction.

SURVEYING

Course Learning Objectives:

To introduce the students to basic principles of surveying, various methods of linear and

angles measuring instruments and enable the students to use surveying equipments.

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able:

• To demonstrate the basic surveying skills

• To use various surveying instruments.

• To perform different methods of surveying

• To compute various data required for various methods of surveying.

• To integrate the knowledge and produce topographical map.

FLUID MECHANICS

Course Learning Objectives:

• To understand the properties of fluids and fluid statics

• To derive the equation of conservation of mass and its application

• To solve kinematic problems such as finding particle paths and stream lines

• To use important concepts of continuity equation, Bernoulli’s equation and

turbulence, and apply the same to problems

• To analyze laminar and turbulent flows

• To understand the various flow measuring devices

• To study in detail about boundary layers theory

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

• Understand the various properties of fluids and their influence on fluid motion and

analyse a variety of problems in fluid statics and dynamics.

• Calculate the forces that act on submerged planes and curves.

• Identify and analyse various types of fluid flows.

• Apply the integral forms of the three fundamental laws of fluid mechanics to

turbulent and laminar flow through pipes and ducts in order to predict relevant

pressures, velocities and forces.

• Draw simple hydraulic and energy gradient lines.

• Measure the quantities of fluid flowing in pipes, tanks and channels.

BUILDING PLANNING AND DRAWING

Objectives of the course:

• Initiating the student to different building bye-laws and regulations.

• Imparting the planning aspects of residential buildings and public buildings.

• Giving training exercises on various signs and bonds and different building

units.

• Imparting the skills and methods of planning of various buildings.

Course outcome:

• Upon successful completion of the course:

• Student should be able to plan various buildings as per the building by-laws.

• The student should be able to distinguish the relation between the plan,

elevation and cross section and identify the form and functions among the

buildings.

• The student is expected to learn the skills of drawing building elements and

plan the buildings as per requirements.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS- II

Course Learning Objectives:

• To give concepts of Principal stresses and strains developed in cross section of the

beams on the cross section and stresses on any inclined plane. To impart concepts

of failures in the material considering different theories

• To give concepts of torsion and governing torsion equation, and there by calculate

the power transmitted by shafts and springs and design the cross section when

subjected to loading using different theories of failures.

• To classify columns and calculation of load carrying capacity and to assess stresses

due to axial and lateral loads for different edge conditions and to calculate

combined effect of direct and bending stresses on different engineering structures.

• Introduce the concept of unsymmetrical bending in beams Location of neutral axis

Deflection of beams under unsymmetrical bending.

• Impart concepts for determination of Forces in members of plane pin-jointed

perfect trusses by different methods

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course,

• The student will be able to understand the basic concepts of Principal stresses

developed in a member when it is subjected to stresses along different axes and

design the sections.

• The student can asses stresses in different engineering applications like shafts,

springs, columns and struts subjected to different loading conditions

• The student will be able to assess forces in different types of trusses used in

construction.

HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY

Course Learning Objectives:

• To study about uniform and non uniform flows in open channel and also to learn

about the characteristics of hydraulic jump

• To introduce dimensional analysis for fluid flow problems

• To understand the working principles of various types of hydraulic machines and

Pumps.

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course the students will be able to:

• Solve uniform and non uniform open channel flow problems.

• Apply the principals of dimensional analysis and similitude in hydraulic model

testing.

• Understand the working principles of various hydraulic machineries and pumps.

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

Course Learning Objectives:

• To learn the concepts of Concrete production and its behaviour in various

environments.

• To learn the test procedures for the determination of properties of concrete.

• To understand durability properties of concrete in various environments.

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be able to

• understand the basic concepts of concrete.

• realize the importance of quality of concrete.

• familiarize the basic ingredients of concrete and their role in the production of

concrete and its behaviour in the field.

• test the fresh concrete properties and the hardened concrete properties.

• evaluate the ingredients of concrete through lab test results. design the concrete mix

by BIS method.

• familiarize the basic concepts of special concrete and their production and

applications. understand the behaviour of concrete in various environments.

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – I

Course Learning Objectives:

• To give preliminary concepts of assessment of bending moment and shear force in

Propped cantilevers, fixed beams and continuous beams due to various loading

conditions.

• To impart concepts of Bending Moment and Shear force for beams with different

boundary and loading conditions

• The procedure for development of slope deflection equations and to solve

application to continuous beams with and without settlement of supports.

• The concepts of moving loads and influence lines are imparted for assessment of

maximum SF and BM at a given section when loads of varying spans rolling loads

of Pratt and Warren trusses.

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to,

• Distinguish between the determinate and indeterminate structures.

• Identify the behaviour of structures due to the expected loads, including the moving

loads, acting on the structure.

• Estimate the bending moment and shear forces in beams for different fixity

conditions.

• Analyze the continuous beams using various methods -, three moment method,

slope deflection method, energy theorems.

• Draw the influence line diagrams for various types of moving loads on

beams/bridges.

• Analyze the loads in Pratt and Warren trusses when loads of different types and

spans are passing over the truss.

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – I

Course Learning Objectives:

The objectives of this course are:

• To impart different concepts in the field of Highway Engineering.

• To acquire design principles of Highway Geometrics and Pavements

• To learn various highway construction and maintenance procedures

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:

• Plan highway network for a given area.

• Determine Highway alignment and design highway geometrics

• Design Intersections and prepare traffic management plans

• Judge suitability of pavement materials and design flexible and rigid pavements

• Construct and maintain highways

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

Course Objectives:

*To familiarize with the process of management and to provide basic insight into

select contemporary management practices

*To provide conceptual knowledge on functional management and strategic

management.

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• To introduce the Engineering Geology as a subject in Civil Engineering

• To enable the student to use subject in civil engineering applications.

• To know the Geological history of India.

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:

• Identify and classify the geological minerals

• Measure the rock strengths of various rocks

• Classify and measure the earthquake prone areas to practice the hazard zonation

• Classify, monitor and measure the Landslides and subsidence

• Prepares, analyses and interpret the Engineering Geologic maps

• Analyses the ground conditions through geophysical surveys.

• Test the geological material and ground to check the suitability of civil engineering

project construction.

• Investigate the project site for mega/mini civil engineering projects.Site selection

for mega engineering projects like Dams, Tunnels, disposal sites etc…

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Familiarize Students with Different types of Structures

• Equip student with concepts of Arches

• Understand Concepts of lateral Load analysis

• Familiarize Cables and Suspension Bridges

• Understand Analysis methods Moment Distribution, Kanis Method and Matrix

methods

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course; the student will be able to

• Differentiate Determinate and Indeterminate Structures

• Carryout lateral Load analysis of structures

• Analyze Cable and Suspension Bridge structures

• Analyze structures using Moment Distribution, Kani’s Method and Matrix methods

DESIGN AND DRAWING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Familiarize Students with different types of design philosophies

• Equip student with concepts of design of flexural members

• Understand Concepts of shear, bond and torsion

• Familiarize students with different types of compressions members and Design

• Understand different types of footings and their design

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course the student will be able to

• Work on different types of design philosophies

• Carryout analysis and design of flexural members and detailing

• Design structures subjected to shear, bond and torsion

• Design different type of compression members and footings

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – II

Course Learning Objectives:

The objectives of this course are:

• To know various components and their functions in a railway track

• To acquire design principles of geometrics in a railway track.

• To know various techniques for the effective movement of trains.

• To acquire design principles of airport geometrics and pavements.

• To know the planning, construction and maintenance of Docks and Harbours.

Course Outcomes:

At the end of course, Student will be able to

• Design geometrics in a railway track.

• Design airport geometrics and airfield pavements.

• Plan, construct and maintain Docks and Harbours.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – I

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• To enable the student to find out the index properties of the soil and classify it.

• To impart the concept of seepage of water through soils and determine the

seepage discharge.

• To enable the students to differentiate between compaction and consolidation of

soils and to determine the magnitude and the rate of consolidation settlement.

• To enable the student to understand the concept of shear strength of soils,

assessment of the shear parameters of sands and clays and the areas of their

application.

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course

• The student must know the definition of the various parameters related to soil

mechanics and establish their inter-relationships.

• The student should be able to know the methods of determination of the various

index properties of the soils and classify the soils.

• The student should be able to know the importance of the different engineering

properties of the soil such as compaction, permeability, consolidation and shear

strength and determine them in the laboratory.

• The student should be able to apply the above concepts in day-to-day civil

engineering practice.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – I

Course Learning Objectives:

The course will address the following:

• Outline planning and the design of water supply systems for a community/town/city

• Provide knowledge of water quality requirement for domestic usage

• Impart understanding of importance of protection of water source quality and

enlightens the efforts involved in converting raw water into clean potable water.

• Selection of valves and fixture in water distribution systems

• Impart knowledge on design of water distribution network

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:

• Plan and design the water and distribution networks and sewerage systems

• Identify the water source and select proper intake structure

• Characterisation of water

• Select the appropriate appurtenances in the water supply

• Selection of suitable treatment flow for raw water treatments

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING–I

Course Learning Objectives:

The course is designed to

• introduce hydrologic cycle and its relevance to Civil engineering

• make the students understand physical processes in hydrology and, components of

the hydrologic cycle

• appreciate concepts and theory of physical processes and interactions

• learn measurement and estimation of the components hydrologic cycle.

• provide an overview and understanding of Unit Hydrograph theory and its analysis

• understand flood frequency analysis, design flood, flood routing

• appreciate the concepts of groundwater movement and well hydraulics

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course the students are expected to

• have a thorough understanding of the theories and principles governing the

hydrologic processes,

• be able to quantify major hydrologic components and apply key concepts to several

practical areas of engineering hydrology and related design aspects

• develop Intensity-Duration-Frequency and Depth-Area Duration curves to design

hydraulic structures.

• be able to develop design storms and carry out frequency analysis

• be able to determine storage capacity and life of reservoirs.

• develop unit hydrograph and synthetic hydrograph

• be able to estimate flood magnitude and carry out flood routing.

• be able to determine aquifer parameters and yield of wells.

• be able to model hydrologic processes

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING -II

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Outline planning and the design of wastewater collection, conveyance

and treatment systems for a community/town/city

• Provide knowledge of characterisation of wastewater generated in a

community

• Impart understanding of treatment of sewage and the need for its

treatment.

• Summarize the appurtenance in sewerage systems and their necessity

• Teach planning, and design of septic tank and imhoff tank and the

disposal of the effluent from these low cost treatment systems

• Effluent disposal method and realise the importance of regulations in the

disposal of effluents in rivers

Course Outcomes:

By the end of successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:

• Plan and design the sewerage systems

• Select the appropriate appurtenances in the sewerage systems

• Analyze sewage and suggest and design suitable treatment system for

sewage treatment

• Identify the critical point of pollution in a river for a specific amount of

pollutant disposal into the river

• Suggest a suitable disposal method with respect to effluent standards.

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING–II

Course Learning Objectives:

The course is designed to

• introduce the types of irrigation systems

• introduce the concepts of planning and design of irrigation systems

• discuss the relationships between soil, water and plant and their significance in

planning an irrigation system

• understand design methods of erodible and non-erodible canals

• know the principles of design of hydraulic structures on permeable foundations

• know the concepts for analysis and design principles of storage and diversion head

works

• learn design principles of canal structures

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course the student will be able to

• estimate irrigation water requirements

• design irrigation canals and canal network

• plan an irrigation system

• design irrigation canal structures

• plan and design diversion head works

• analyse stability of gravity and earth dams

• design ogee spillways and energy dissipation works

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – II

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• To impart to the student knowledge of types of shallow foundations and theories

required for the determination of their bearing capacity.

• To enable the student to compute immediate and consolidation settlements of shallow

foundations.

• To impart the principles of important field tests such as SPT and Plate bearing test.

• To enable the student to imbibe the concepts of pile foundations and determine their

load carrying capacity.

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course:

• The student must be able to understand the various types of shallow foundations and

decide on their location based on soil characteristics.

• The student must be able to compute the magnitude of foundation settlement to decide

the size of the foundation.

• The student must be able to use the field test data and arrive at the bearing capacity.

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS

Course Learning Objectives:

The course is designed to

• introduce the basic principles of Remote Sensing and GIS techniques.

• learn various types of satellite sensors and platforms

• learn concepts of visual and digital image analyses

• understand the principles of spatial analysis

• appreciate application of RS and GIS to Civil engineering

Course outcomes

At the end of the course the student will be able to

• be familiar with ground, air and satellite based sensor platforms.

• interpret the aerial photographs and satellite imageries

• create and input spatial data for GIS application

• apply RS and GIS concepts in water resources engineering

• applications of various satellite data

FINITE ELEMENT METHODS

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Equip the students with the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis

• Enable the students to formulate the design problems into FEA.

• Enable the students to solve Boundary value problems using FEM

Course Outcomes:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to

• Solve simple boundary value problems using Numerical technique of Finite element

method

• Develop finite element formulation of one and two dimensional problems and solve

them.

• Assemble Stiffness matrices, Apply boundary conditions and solve for the

displacements

• Compute Stresses and Strains and interpret the result.

ESTIMATION SPECIFICATION & CONTRACTS

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is to enable the students to:

• Understand the quantity calculations of different components of the buildings.

• Understand the rate analysis of different quantities of the buildings components.

• Learn various specifications and components of the buildings.

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course:

• The student should be able to determine the quantities of different components of

buildings.

• The student should be in a position to find the cost of various building components.

• The student should be capable of finalizing the value of structures.

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• to introduce to the student the concept of project management including network

drawing and monitoring

• to introduce various equipments like earth moving equipment, trucks and handling

equipment, aggregate production and construction equipment and machinery, related

to constriction.

• to introduce the importance of safety in construction projects

Course Outcomes:

Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:

• appreciate the importance of construction planning

• understand the functioning of various earth moving equipment

• know the methods of production of aggregate products and concreting and usage of

machinery required for the works.

• apply the gained knowledge to project management and construction technique

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Familiarize Students with concepts of prestressing

• Equip student with different systems and devices used in prestressing

• Understand the different losses of prestress including short and long term losses

• Familiarize students with the analysis and design of prestressed concrete members

under flexure, shear and torsion

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course the student will be able to

• Understand the different methods of prestressing

• Estimate effective prestress including the short and long term losses

• Analyze and design prestressed concrete beams under flexure and shear

• Understand the relevant IS Codal provisions for prestressed concrete

BRIDGE ENGINEERING

Course Learning Objectives:

The objective of this course is:

• Familiarize Students with different types of Bridges and IRC standards

• Equip student with concepts and design of Slab Bridges, T Beam Bridges, Box

Culverts

• Understand concepts of design of Plate Girder Bridges

• Familiarize with different methods of inspection of bridges and maintenance

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course the student will be able to

• Explain different types of Bridges with diagrams and Loading standards

• Carryout analysis and design of Slab bridges, T Beam bridges, Box culvers and

suggest structural detailing

• Carryout analysis and design of Plate girder bridges

• Organize for attending inspections and maintenance of bridges and prepare reports.