**Syllabus of CE III – Sem all Subjects (RGPV)**

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Toggle**Syllabus of BT-301 Mathematics-III **

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**MODULE-1 : Numerical Methods – 1**

- Solution of polynomial and transcendental equations – Bisection method

- Newton-Raphson method and Regula-Falsi method.

- Finite differences Relation between operators

- Interpolation using Newton’s forward and backward difference formulae.

- Interpolation with unequal intervals: Newton’s divided difference and Lagrange’s formulae.

**MODULE-2 : Numerical Methods – 2**

- Numerical Differentiation

- Numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s 1/3rd and 3/8 rules.

- Solution of Simultaneous Linear Algebraic Equations by Gauss’s Elimination

- Gauss’s Jordan Crout’s methods

- Jacobi’s GaussSeidal and Relaxation method..

**MODULE-3 : Numerical Methods – 3**

- Ordinary differential equations: Taylor’s series

- Euler and modified Euler’s methods.

- RungeKutta method of fourth order for solving first and second order equations.

- Milne’s and Adam’s predicator-corrector methods.

- Partial differential equations: Finite difference solution two dimensional Laplace equation and Poission equation

- Implicit and explicit methods for one dimensional heat equation (Bender-Schmidt and Crank-Nicholson methods)

- Finite difference explicit method for wave equation.

**MODULE-4 : Transform Calculus**

- Laplace Transform Properties of Laplace Transform

- Laplace transform of periodic functions.

- Finding inverse Laplace transform by different methods

- convolution theorem.

- Evaluation of integrals by Laplace transform

- solving ODEs by Laplace Transform method

- Fourier transforms.

**MODULE-5 : Concept of Probability**

- Probability Mass function

- Probability Density Function

**Discrete Distribution :**Binomial Poisson’s

**Continuous Distribution :**Normal Distribution

- Exponential Distribution.

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**Syllabus of CE-302 Construction Materials **

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**UNIT-1 :** **Stones, Brick, Mortar and Concrete**

**Stones :**Occurrence Classification of Rocks varieties

- Characteristics and their testing uses quarrying and dressing of stones

- Deterioration of Stones Retardation of Decay of Stones

- Preservation of Stones Artificial Stones.

**Brick :**Manufacturing characteristics Classification and uses

- Improved brick from inferior soils

- Hand molding brick table Clay-fly ash brick table

**Concrete :**Ingredients Grades of Concrete

- Concrete Production Special Concrete

**UNIT-2 : Timber Glass Steel and Aluminium**

**Timber:**Important timbers their engineering properties and uses

- defects in timber seasoning and treatment need for wood substitutes

- Plywood Particle Board Fibre Board

- Applications of wood and wood products

- Plaster Boards Adhesives types of Gypsum Board and their uses

**Glass:**What is glass Nature of Glass Structure of Glass

- Macro Molecular Structure Main Oxides in Glass

- Thermal and Optical Properties Effect of Coating

**Steel :**Physical Properties of Structural Steel Grades of Steel

**Aluminium :**Properties Forms Uses Advantages

**UNIT-3 : Flooring Roofing Plumbing and Sanitary Material**

- Flooring and Roofing tiles

- Types of Flooring – Marble Kota stone wood etc.

- Type of Roofing P.V.C. materials CI GI

- Asbestos pipe Stone ware pipes

**UNIT-4 : Paints Enamels and Varnishes**

- Composition of oil paint characteristic of an ideal paint

- preparation of paint covering power of paints

**Painting :**Plastered surfaces painting wood surfaces painting metal Surfaces.

- Defects Effect of weather enamels

- distemper water wash and colour wash

- Varnish French Polish Wax Polish

**UNIT-5 : Miscellaneous Construction**

**Materials :**tumen

- Tar and Asphalt their characteristics and uses

- Ultra Poly Vinyl chloride Pipes

- Thermal and sound insulating materials and water proofing materials .

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**Syllabus of CE-303 Surveying **

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**UNIT-1 : Surveying & Levelling**

- Basic Definitions of Surveying Principles Classification of surveying

- Methods of Linear Measurement Ranging

- Accessories for linear measurement

- Chain Surveying Compass Surveying Plane Table Surveying

- Correction and Errors

- Definition of Levelling

- types of levelling operations Principles Problems

- Computation of Area and Volumes

**UNIT-2 : Theodolite Traversing**

- Types Temporary Adjustment

- latitude & Departure plotting & Adjustment

- Omitted Measurements EDM

- Trigonometric Levelling.

**UNIT-3 : Tacheometry**

- Tachometric systems and principles stadia system

- uses of analytic lens

- tangential system subtense system

- instrument constant field work reduction

- direct-reading tacheometer

- use of tacheometry for traversing and contouring

**UNIT-4 : Curves**

- Classification and use;

- elements of circular curves calculations

- setting out curves by offsets and by theodolites

- compound curves reverse curves transition curves vertical curves

- setting out.

**UNIT-5 : Hydrographic Survey**

- Soundings methods of observations computations and plotting.

- Principles of photographic surveying: aerial photography

- tilt and height distortions

- Setting out works

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**Syllabus of CE-304 Building Planning & Architecture **

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**UNIT-1 : Drawing of Building Elements**

- Drawing of Building Elements-

- Drawing of various elements of buildings like various types of footing

- open foundation raft grillage pile and well foundation

- Drawing of frames of doors window various types of door

- window and ventilator

- lintels and arches

- stairs and staircase trusses flooring roofs etc.

**UNIT-2 : Building Planning**

- Building Planning- Classification of buildings

- Provisions of National Building Codes and Rules

- Building bye-laws open area Setbacks FAR terminology

- Design and drawing of Building Design concepts and philosophies

- Preparing sketch plans and working drawings of various types of buildings like residential building institutional buildings and commercial buildings

- site plans presentation techniques pictorial drawings perspective and rendering model making

- introduction to computer aided design and drafting

- Applying of principle of architectural composition (i.e. unity contrast etc.)

- Principles of planning orientation in detailed drawings..

**UNIT-3 : Building Services**

- Building Services- Introduction of Building Services like water supply

- sewerage and drainage systems

- sanitary fittings and fixtures

- plumbing systems

- principles of internal & external drainage systems

- principles of electrification of buildings

- intelligent buildings elevators & escalators their standards and uses air-conditioning systems fire-fighting systems building safety and security systems

- ventilation and lightening and staircases fire safety thermal insulation

- acoustics of buildings.

**UNIT-4 : Principles of architectural design**

- Principles of architectural design- Definition of architecture factors influencing architectural development

- characteristics features of style historic examples creative principles.

- Principles of architectural composition– Unity balance proportion scale rhythm harmony

- Accentuation and contrast.

- Organising principles in architecture– Symmetry hierarchy axis linear concentric radial and asymmetric grouping primary and secondary masses

- Role of colour texture shapes/ forms in architecture.

- Architectural space and mass visual and emotional effects of geometric forms space activity and tolerance space.

- Forms related to materials and structural systems.

- Elements of architecture : Functions – Pragmatic utility circulatory function symbolic function

- Physiological function.

- Structure – Physical structure Perceptual structure.

- Space in architecture Positive and negative space.

- Aesthetics: Visual perception.

- Protective: Protection from climate andother elements architecture a part of the environment.

- Comfort factors.

**UNIT-5 : Perspective Drawing and Town Planning**

- Perspective Drawing and Town Planning- Elements of perspective drawing involving simple problems

- one point and two point perspectives energy efficient buildings.

- Concepts of master plan structure plan detailed town planning scheme and action plan

- estimating future needs – planning standards for different land use allocation for commerce industries public amenities open areas etc.

- planning standards for density distributions density zones planning standards for traffic network standard of roads and paths

- provision for urban growth growth models plan implementation town planning legislation and municipal acts

- panning of control development schemes urban financing

- land acquisition slum clearance schemes pollution control aspects

**List of Experiments :**

- Sketches of various building components.
- Drawing of various building components containing doors windows ventilators lintels and arches stairs foundations etc.
- Drawings for services and interiors of buildings.
- Drawings containing detailed planning of one/two bed room residential building (common to all student)
- Drawing of residential and institutional building (Each student performs a different drawing).
- Use of Auto CAD for preparation of drawings.

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**Syllabus of CE-305 Strength of Materials **

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**UNIT-1 : Simple Stress and Strains**

- Simple Stress and Strains: Concept of Elastic body stress and Strain

- Hooke’s law

- Various types of stress and strains

- Elastic constants

- Stresses in compound bars composite and tapering bars

- Temperature stresses. Complex Stress and Strains- Two dimensional and three dimensional stress system.

- Normal and tangential stresses

- Principal Planes Principal Stresses and Strains

- Mohr’s circle of stresses.

**UNIT-2 : Bending and Shearing Stresses**

- Bending and Shearing Stresses: Theory of simple bending

- Concept of pure bending and bending stress

- Equation of bending Neutral axis Section-Modulus

- Differential equation of the elastic curve

- Determination of bending stresses in simply supported

- Cantilever and Overhanging beams subjected to point load and uniformly distributed loading

- Bending stress distribution across a section of beam

- Shearing Stress and shear stress distribution across a section in Beams.

**UNIT-3 : Slope and Deflection of beams**

- Determination of Slope and Deflection of beams by Double Integration Method

- Macaulay’s Method Area Moment Method

- Conjugate Beam Method and Strain Energy Method

- Castiglione’s Method and Unit Load Method.

**UNIT-4 : Columns and Struts**

- Columns and Struts: Theory of columns, Slenderness ratio

- Direct and bending stresses in short columns Kern of a section.

- Buckling and stability Euler’s buckling/crippling load for columns with different end conditions

- Rankin’s formula

- Eccentric loads and the Secant formula Imperfections in columns.

- Thin Pressure Vessels: cylinders and spheres.

- Stress due to internal pressure Change in diameter and volume.

- Theories of failure.

**UNIT-5 : Torsion of Shafts**

**Torsion of Shafts :**Concept of pure torsion

- Torsion equation Determination of shear stress and angle of twist of shafts of circular section

- Torsion of solid and hollow circular shafts

- Analyses of problems based on combined Bending and Torsion.

**Unsymmetrical Bending :**Principal moment of Inertia Product of Inertia

- Bending of a beam in a plane which is not a plane of symmetry.

- Shear center;

**Curved beams :**Pure bending of curved beams of rectangular

- circular and trapezoidal sections

- Stress distribution and position of neutral axis.

**List of Experiments :**

- Study of Universal testing machine
- To determine the compressive and tensile strength of materials.
- To determine the Brinell hardness of materials.
- To determine the Rockwell hardness of materials
- To determine the toughness of the materials.
- To determine the stiffness of the spring.
- To determine the deflection of beam by the use of deflection-beam apparatus.

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**Syllabus of CE-306 Study of Historical & Ancient Civil Engineering Practices **

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**Course Objective :**

- To understand study the various aspects of civil engineering practices in ancient and historical structures.

**Course Contents :**

- General Study of ancient monuments e.g. Forts Bridges Buildings and various other civil engineering related structures.
- Environmental practices adopted in construction of historical structure during ancient/medieval period.
- Construction techniques and materials used in historical structures.
- Various planning aspects adopted in historical structures.
- Visit of various historical structures and museums to understand history of civil engineering practices.

**List of Experiments :**

- Detailed study report on various aspects e.g. environmental practices constructions techniques and materials planning etc. of any one important ancient structure alongwith relevant sketches/drawings etc. and its presentation before departmental committee.

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**==End of CE III Sem Syllabus==**