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Civil & Engg. Mechanics

Civil & Engg. Mechanics

2 STUDENTS ENROLLED

This course covers generic syllabus for Basic Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics.

Syllabus

UNIT 1: Building Materials & Construction

Stones, bricks, cement, lime, timber-types, properties, test & uses, laboratory tests concrete and mortar Materials: Work ability, Strength properties of Concrete, Nominal proportion of Concrete preparation of concrete, compaction, curing. Elements of Building Construction, Foundations conventional spread footings, RCC footings, brick masonry walls, plastering and pointing, floors, roofs, Doors, windows, lintels, staircases – types and their suitability.

UNIT 2: Surveying & Positioning

Introduction to surveying Instruments – levels, thedolites, plane tables and related devices. Electronic surveying instruments etc. Measurement of distances – conventional and EDM methods, measurement of directions by different methods, measurement of elevations by different methods. Reciprocal leveling.

UNIT 3: Mapping & Sensing

Mapping details and contouring, Profile Cross sectioning and measurement of areas, volumes, application of measurements in quantity computations, Survey stations, Introduction of remote sensing and its applications.

UNIT 4: Forces and Equilibrium

Forces and Equilibrium: Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and non- concurrent Co- planner forces, free Diagram, Force Diagram and Bow’s notations, Application of Equilibrium Concepts: Analysis of plane Trusses: Method of joints, Method of Sections. Frictional force in equilibrium problems.

UNIT 5: Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia

Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia: Centroid and Center of Gravity, Moment Inertia of Area and Mass, Radius of Gyration, Introduction to product of Inertia and Principle Axes. Support Reactions, Shear force and bending moment Diagram for Cantilever & simply supported beam with concentrated, distributed load and Couple.

Course Curriculum

Building Materials & Construction
STONES TYPES AND CLASSIFICATIONS 00:25:00
PROPERTIES OF STONE 00:25:00
REQUIRMENT OF GOOD BUILDING STONES 00:10:00
TESTS OF STONES 00:35:00
USES OF STONES 00:12:00
BRICKS 00:08:00
PROPERTIES OF BRICKS 00:15:00
TESTS OF BRICKS 00:25:00
CLASSIFICATION OF BRICKS BASED ON THEIR QUALITY 00:15:00
CEMENT AND TYPES 00:30:00
PROPERTIES OF ORDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT 00:25:00
PHYSICAL TESTS ON CEMENT 00:20:00
TIMBER CLASSIFICATION 00:30:00
SEASONING OF TIMBER 00:25:00
USES OF TIMBER 00:05:00
MORTARS 00:05:00
CONCRETE CLASSIFICATIONS USEA AND PROPERTY 00:45:00
REINFORCED CONCRETE CEMENT(RCC) 00:30:00
PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE (PSC) 00:10:00
BUILDING AND THERE PROPERTIES 00:30:00
BEARING CAPACITY OF SOIL 00:05:00
FOUNDATION AND ITS TYPE 00:15:00
RCC FOOTINGS 00:10:00
GRILLAGE FOOTING 00:15:00
ARCH FOUNDATION 00:15:00
CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO MATERIALS 00:25:00
FOUNDATIONS IN BLACK COTTON SOIL 00:15:00
MASONRY 00:25:00
ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGE OF BRICKS MASONARY OVER STONE MASONARY 00:15:00
Plastering 00:15:00
POINTING 00:10:00
STAIRS 00:30:00
Surveying & Positioning
OBJECTS AND USES OF SURVEYING 00:15:00
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF SURVEYING 00:10:00
CLASSIFICATION OF SURVEYING – [IMPORTANT] 00:15:00
INSTRUMENTS USED IN CHAINING 00:20:00
CHAIN SURVEYING – [IMPORTANT] 00:15:00
RANGING 00:20:00
OBSTACLES IN CHAINING – [2 Marks Imp Topic] 00:35:00
ERRORS IN CHAINING 00:17:00
COMPASS SURVYING AND ITS TYPE 00:30:00
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRISMATIC AND SURVEYORS CAMPASS 00:10:00
METHOD OF USING A COMPASS 00:00:00
BEARING 00:25:00
COMPUTATION OF ANGLES 00:30:00
CHAIN AND COMPASS SURVEYING FIELD WORK 00:40:00
DUMPY LEVEL 00:10:00
METHODS OF LEVELLING 00:20:00
REDUCING THE LEVELS 00:25:00
FLY LEVELLING 00:05:00
PROFILE LEVELLING 00:07:00
CROSS-SECTIONING 00:25:00
RECIPROCAL LEVELLING 00:35:00
THEODOLITE 00:30:00
MEASURMENT OF HORIZONTAL ANGLE 00:25:00
MEASURMENT OF VERTICAL ANGLE 00:08:00
PLANE TABLE AND ITS ACCESSORIES 00:30:00
METHODS OF PLANE TABLING 00:15:00
ELECTROMAGNETIC DISTANCE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 00:20:00
Mapping & Sensing
CONTOURS 00:20:00
METHODS OF CONTOURING 00:30:00
COMPUTATION OF AREAS FROM FIELD NOTES 00:40:00
REMOTE SENSING 00:35:00
VARIGNON’S THEOREM (PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS) 00:12:00
Forces and Equilibrium
SYSTEM OF FORCES 00:30:00
COUPLE 00:08:00
EQUILLIBRIUM 00:15:00
FREE BODY DIAGRAM 00:08:00
TRUSS 00:18:00
BASIC ASSUMPTIONS OF TRUSS ANALYSIS 00:12:00
METHODS OF TRUSS ANALYSIS 00:20:00
FRICTION AND TYPES 00:20:00
LAWS OF SOLID FRICTION (LAWS OF COULOMB FRICTION) 00:05:00
ANGLE OF FRICTION 00:15:00
Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia
CENTRE OF GRAVITY 00:05:00
CENTROID TYPES 00:20:00
CENTROID OF COMPOSITE BODIES 00:30:00
CENTROID OF CIRCULAR ARC 00:15:00
CENTROID OF AREA OF TRIANGLE 00:12:00
RADIUS OF GYRATION 00:07:00
PRINCIPAL AXES 00:10:00
SHEAR FORCES AND BENDING MOMENTS (with diagram) 00:25:00

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