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Elementary Engineering Hydrology-M. Deodhar-Pearson Education 5. Engineering Hydrology. Engineering hydrology — K. Subramanyam Tata McGraw Hill. Irrigation Engineering-Raghunath--Wiley 8.
Water Management — Jasapal Singh, M.
Achrya, Arun Sharma — Himanshu Publication. Functions of rail, standard rail, tilting of rail, coning of wheels, sleepers fastenings, ballast. Functions components, elements of points, types of crossings and turnouts.
Classification of harbors with examples Selection of site for harbor, Various components of ports , b Break waters types , comparison ,design criteria , methods of construction. Philosophy of limit state design for strength and serviceability, partial safety factor for load and resistance, various design load combinations, classification of cross section such as plastic, compact, semi-compact and slender.
Limit strength due to yielding, rupture and block shear. Design of tension member: using single and double angle sections, connections of member with gusset plate by bolts and welds.
Unit II 08 hours a Buckling classification as per geometry of cross section, buckling curves, design of struts in trusses using single and double angle section, connections of members with gusset plate by bolts and welds. Unit III 08 hours a Design of eccentrically loaded column providing uniaxial and biaxial bending check for section strength only. Unit VI 08 hours a Design of gantry girder: Selection of gantry girder, design of cross section, check for moment capacity, buckling resistance, bi-axial bending, deflection at working load and fatigue strength.
A Four full imperial size drawing sheet showing structural detailing of 16 sketches based on syllabus. Hand drawn B Design of industrial building including roof truss, purlin, bracings, gantry girder, column, column base and connections. Hand drawn C Design of welded plate girder, design of cross section, curtailment of flange plates, stiffeners and connections. One full imperial size drawing sheets. Using suitable software Site visit is recommended to learn this topic.
Or C Design of building including primary and secondary beams, column, column base and connections. Using suitable software D Two site visits: Report should contain structural details with sketches. Oral Examination shall be based on the above term work. Note: Maximum number of students in a group, if any, should not be more than three to five for the term work design assignments.
Limit state design in Structural Steel by M.
Shiyekar, PHI,Delhi 4. Delhi 6. Unit III 08 hours a Fundamental concepts of flexibility method of analysis, formulation of flexibility matrix, application to pin jointed plane trusses Involving not more than three unknowns.
Unit IV 08 hours a Fundamental concepts of stiffness method of analysis, formulation of stiffness matrix, application to trusses by member approach. Application to beams by structure approach only, Involving not more than three unknowns. Unit V 08 hours a Finite Difference Method — Introduction, application to deflection problems of determinate beams by central difference method b Approximate methods of analysis of multi-storied multi-bay 2 - D rigid jointed fames by substitute frame method, cantilever method and portal method.
Unit VI 08 hours a Finite element method: Introduction, discretization, types of elements-1D, 2D, 3D, isoparametric and axisymmetric, convergence criteria, Pascals triangle, direct stiffness method, principal of minimum potential energy. Structural Analysis by Hibbler, Pearson Education. Strctural Analysis-M. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis, 2ed—West--Wiley 7. Theory of Structures Vol.
Punmia, Laxmi Publication. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis: K. Matrix Methods for structural engineering. Godbole, New Age Publication, Delhi Finite element Analysis, S. Drag on sphere, cylinder, flat plate and aerofoil, Karman's vortex street, Effects of free surface and compressibility on drag, Development of lift, Lift on cylinder and Aerofoil, Magnus effect, Polar diagram.
Basic governing equations of Channel flow viz. Most efficient channel section b Hydraulic Jump-Phenomenon of hydraulic jump; Location and examples of occurrence of hydraulic jump; Assumptions in the theory of hydraulic jump; Application of momentum equation to hydraulic jump in rectangular channel : Conjugate depths and relations between conjugate depths.
Energy dissipation in hydraulic jump; Graphical method of determination of energy dissipation, Classification of hydraulic jump; Practical uses of hydraulic jump, venturiflume, standing wave flume Unit -IV 08 hours a Impact of Jet:Force and work done due to impact of jet on stationary and moving, flat and curved surfacesusing linear momentum principle.
Cavitation in hydraulic turbines- Site visit is recommended to learn this topic. Direct Step method, Graphical Integration method, Standard Step method numerical problem , Ven Te Chow method derivation and numerical problem Term Work Term work will consist of a journal giving the detailed report on experiments and assignments performed and visit report.
List of Experiments Following experiments and assignments shall be performed. Study of Uniform Flow Formulae of Open channel. Velocity Distribution in Open Channel Flow. Study of Hydraulic Jump as Energy Dissipater. Impact of Jet on flat plate and curved vane 7.
Characteristics of a Pelton Wheel 8. Marking catchment area on a topo-sheet and working out average annual precipitation and determining yield by various methods. Analytical method of measurement of infiltration 4. Determination of peak flood discharge in a basin using unit hydrograph technique. Determination of storage capacity of a reservoir using mass curve of inflow and outflow.
Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics by P.
Seth Standard book house 3. Open Channel Flow: K. A test book of Fluid mechanics and Machinary by Bansal Fluid Mechanics and Machinary by D.
Ramadurgaiah — New Age International Fluid Mechanics-A. Delhi This course has been introduced with the objective of enhancing the employability of the students through development of their skills.
Following topics and their contents are expected to be explored through following 10 activities The activities which need to be performed in a group will have a group of not more than 6 students. However, the report for the term work will be prepared at individual level. Topics to be explored What is Employability? What are Employability Skills? What skills do employers expect from graduates? Career planning action plan. Unit-II Hydrographic Surveying 08 hours Objects, applications, Establishing controls, Shore line survey, Sounding, Sounding Equipment, Methods of locating soundings — conventional and using GPS , Reduction of soundings, Plotting of soundings, Nautical Sextant and its use, Three point problem and its use, solution of three point problem by all methods, Tides and tide gauges, determination of MSL Unit —III Trignometric Levelling and Setting out works 08 hours a Trignometric Levelling - Terrestrial refraction, Angular corrections for curvature and refraction, Axis Signal correction, Determination of Difference in Elevation by single observation and reciprocal observations.
Setting out of a bridge, determination of the length of the central line and the location of piers. Setting out of a tunnel — surface setting out and transferring the alignment underground. Unit IV 08 hours Triangulation Adjustment Kinds of errors, Laws of weights, Determination of most probable values MPV of conditioned and independent quantities, Method of Least Squares, Indirect observations, Probable error and its determination, Distribution of error to the field measurements, Normal equation, Method of correlates.