II Btech (Civil)1st 2ndsem (Svec 10)

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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-Capacitivene