Sie sind auf Seite 1von 10

G.H.

RAISONI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, NAGPUR


DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Teaching Plan
Name of Subject Teacher: Name of Subject: Semester/Year: No. of Theory Hours to be engaged: MR. O. V. SAPATE PAVEMENT DESIGN (Elective-II) NCEL411 EIGHT / FINAL YR. UG 50

Lecture No.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6 7. 8. 9 10. 11 12 13 14. 15. 16. 17. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Unit No.

Portion of Syllabus to be covered


Introduction to Pavement Design and their wide applications Chapter I : General Structural action of flexible and rigid pavements characteristics of highway and airfield pavements Chapter II : Design parameters : Standard axile load and

Remark

UNIT I wheel assemblies for road vehicles Under carriage systems for aircrafts, type and contact pressure, Contact area imprints computations of ESWL for flexible and rigid pavements Load repitition and distribution of traffic for highway and airfield pavement, airport traffic areas Chapter III : Materials characteristics AASHO sub grade soil classification, Group index CBR, Dakota cone bearing value Plate load test for K Marshals method of bituminous mix design Modulus of rupture and elasticity Poissions ratio and coefficient of thermal expansion of concrete Layer equivalent concepts Chapter IV : Analysis of flexible and rigid pavements Stress-Strain deflection analysis for single, two, three and multilayer flexible pavement systems Stress and deflections for rigid pavements due to load and temperature Influence charts, unlimited load analysis joints UNIT Chapter V : Highway Pavement Design

UNIT II

27 28 29. 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

(a) Flexible : North Dakota Cone, Group index CBR, IRC-37, Brumister Triaxial (Kansas) AASHO methods of design (b) Rigid IRC -15, P.C.A., AASHO methods of design III Design of joints and reinforcements Chapter VI : Air field pavement design (a) Flexible : U.S. Corps of Engg., CBR FAA, Mcload (Canadian) (b) Rigid : PCA, FAA and LCN Ultimate load analysis, yield lines patterns Chapter VII : Pavement testing and evalution : Field density, CBR method Plate load test Condition surveys and surfacee evalution for unevenness, Rut depth, profilometers Bump integrators, Benkalman Beam deflection Study Chapter VIII : Strengthening of pavements : Design of flexible, composite and rigid overlays for flexible and rigid pavements Repairs, maintenance and rehabilitation of pavements Chapter IX : Specifications and cost estimates : Review of IRC/MOST/ICAO/IAAI Specifications and standards for highway and airfield constructions Cost evalution and comparative study Chapter X : Pavement systems management : Systems management, Case studies of highways and Airfield pavement projects Revision

44 45 46 47 48 49 50

UNIT IV

Dr. B. V. Khode H. O. D.

O. V. SAPATE Subject Teacher

G. H. RAISONI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, NAGPUR. DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TEACHING PLAN Name of Subject Teacher: Name of Subject: Semester/Year: No. of Theory Hours to be engaged: Mr. A.M.KHARWADE ESIMATING & COSTING EIGHT SEMISTER 40

[Academic Session (Even Semester) 2011-2012 Sr. No. 1. 2. Lectur e No. 1. 2. Contents Introduction to Estimating & Costing and their objectives General: Importance of the subject, purpose of quantity estimates, Mode and unit of measurement as per I.S.1200. Methods and Stages of estimates. Item of a work and Description of an item of work, Approximate estimation of Civil Engineering Works.. Proposal and Development of Project, Nature of contract between owner and Architect / Engineer, Duties and Liabilities of Architect /, muster roll, contingencies, cent age charges, measurement book, overheads etc. Engineer, Architects / Engineers normal professional services, Various important terminology required like Work charged establishment Quantity and cost estimates: a)Methods of detailed estimates, forms used for detailed estimates. Working out the quantities of various materials required for construction of various Civil Engineering Works, Building, Culverts, Hydraulic Structures, Water supply and Sanitary works, road works, retaining walls, water Tanks etc Continue. Continue. Continue. b)Earthwork estimates in road (Including hill roads), canals, mass excavation, mass haul curve Continue. Continue. Continue. Detailed estimates of Steel in RCC works, Continue. bar bending Schedule

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Continue. Arranging Works : P.W.D. as the construction agency, method of carrying out works, arranging contract works, pretender and contract planning, tender notice, acceptance of tender, essentials of contract, type of contracts, conditions of contract, contract documents, various schedules in the tender document Measurement and payment to contractor, Indian contract law, and the Engineering contract. Land acquisition act, legal aspect of various contract provisions, arbitration Specifications : Purpose and principles of specifications. Writing types of specifications, writing an developing detailed specifications of Important items. Cost Build up : Purpose and principles, Importance of Schedule of rates (DSR) in Cost Estimates : Factors affecting analysis of rates, information from National Building Organization Task work, factors affecting task work. Market rates, escalation. Valuation: Purpose of valuation, Factors affecting value of property price and cost, market value, potential value, sentimental value, scrap value, reversionary value etc. Real Estate, Guide edged securities, Net and Gross return, tenure of land, Valuation of land. Free hold and leasehold, sinking fund, depreciation, Capitalised value, methods of valuation, differed annuity. Time cost relationship, Valuation table, Rent fixation. Cost Accounting: Various methods, classification of cost,. direct and indirect charges, distribution of overheads, M.A.S.Account issue rates and store account.

Holidays: 26th January 2012 Mr.A.M.Kharwade Subject Teacher

G.H. RAISONI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, NAGPUR.

(An Autonomous Institute under UGC Act 1956)

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TEACHING PLAN


Name of Subject Teacher: Mr. V.K.GAJGHATE Name of Subject: ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN (E-III) Semester/Year: EIGHTH/FOURTH No. of Hours as per University Curriculum: Theory - 40

Academic Year: 2011-12 Practical: Min.Two Design Assignment

Lecture No

Portion of Syllabus to be covered


Objectives, background, planning of study Unit-1 Introduction of Gantry Girders Cranes Hand Operated. Cranes Electrically operated overhead. Cranes Design considerations. Crane girder and Gantry girder design. Industrial building frames up to two bay single storied. Industrial building frames Design of foundations. Industrial building frames Design of foundations. Industrial building frames Design of connections. Industrial building frames Design of connections. Industrial building frames Detailing of steel connections. Design of North light Trusses and lattice girders for industrial buildings Design of North light Trusses and lattice girders for industrial buildings. Design of North light Trusses and lattice girders for industrial buildings Unit-2 Types of Bridges, Foot Bridge, Road Bridges, Railway Bridges. Types of Bridges, Foot Bridge, Road Bridges, Railway Bridges.
Rolled Beam Bridges, Plate Girder Bridges, Trussed Bridges, Through type, Deck type Bridges. Rolled Beam Bridges, Plate Girder Bridges, Trussed Bridges, Through type, Deck type Bridges.

Date

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Weight of bridge truss by empirical formulae. Loading on foot ways. Detail of IRC loading, loading on railway bridges. Design of foot way. Design of components of railway and road bridges. Design of components of railway and road bridges. Type of Bearings, Bearing Pads. Type of Bearings, Bearing Pads. Design of Rocker and Roller Bearing. Design of Rocker and Roller Bearing.

Dr. B.V.Khode HOD Civil Engg.

Mr. V.K.Gajghate (Subject Teacher)

G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering (An Autonomous Institute Under UGC act 1956) Digdoh Hills, Hingna Road, Nagpur-440016 Civil Engineering Department
Subject: Transportation Engineering - II TEACHING PLAN
Lectur Uni e t No. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2 1 Topics to be Covered

Semester: 8th Sem.

Objective and necessity of the subject in Civil Engg point of view Railway Transportation and Development; Long term plans for Indian Railway; Classification of Railways: Lines & their track standards Railway Terminology, Railway Administration & Management Traction and tractive resistance, hauling capacity and tractive effort of locomotives, Different types of tractions Numerical on train resistance and hauling capacity Numerical continued Permanent Way: Alignment Surveys, Requirement, gauges, and track section Coning of wheels, Stresses in railway track, High speed track Rail Types and Functions, selection of rails, Test on rail wear & defects, Corrugations and creeps of rails Rail joints - short and long welded panels. sleepers - function, types, merits and demerits. Ballast Section, Rail fixtures and fasteners. Geometric Design of railway track, Gradients, speed, Superelevation, cant deficiency. Length of transition curve, grade compensation, Numerical. Geometric Design Numerical Point of crossing: left and right hand turnout, railway track function. Design calculations for turnout and crossover Stations and Yards: Types, functions and equipment Railway Signaling and interlocking: Objects, signal classification, principles

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 5 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 6

Control & movement of trains, track circulating, Necessity of interlocking and methods, mechanical devices Railway track construction, Inspection, Maintenance Modern Technology related to track, rolling stock, signalling and controlling Development of Air transport, Comparison with other modes Aircraft components and characteristics Airport site selection, Modern aircrafts Airport Obstructions: Zoning Law Imaginary Surfaces, Approach and turning zone Clear Zone, vertical clearance Runway and taxiway design: Wind rose, Cross-wind component Runway Orientation and Configuration, Basic runway length and corrections Numerical on runway length corrections Airport layout. Airport Classification, Terminal Area Aircraft parking and parking systems, unit terminal concept, aprons Hangers, International airport layout, phase development, Helipads and Heliports Visual Aids: Airport Marking and Lighting for runway, Taxiway and other areas Air traffic control: Need, Network, control aids Instrumental Landing System, Advances in Air-traffic Control Tunnel Alignment, Tunnel Surveys, Cross-section of Highway & Railway Tunneling Methods in Hard Rock, Tunneling Methods in Soft Rock, Tunnel Lining Drainage, Ventilation and lighting of tunnels Advances in Tunneling, Tunnel boring Mechanics, Case Studies Revision and discuss the important question

Prof.R.M.Deshpande Ganorkar Subject Expert Teacher

R. A. Subject

G.H. RAISONI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, NAGPUR DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TEACHING PLAN
Name of Subject Teacher :- Ms. Isha P.Khedikar Name of Subject:- INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL Semester/ Year :Eight Semester Acadmeic Year : 2011-2012 (Even Semester No. of Hours as per University Curriculum: Theory - 40

Lectures No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Date

Unit

Portion of Syllabus which will be covered Introduction , General environmental impact assessment due to industrial water pollution Assessment of due to industrial water pollution

Assessment of pollution strength of waste BOD, COD, TOC, etc, COD/BOD/ratio sampling and analysis of wastes sampling and analysis of wastes Determination of BOD rate constant Standards for waste disposal for various method. Introduction of cleaner technologies

II

Recycling and resource recovery Recycling and resource recovery Disposal of wastes in streams and estuaries Industrial waste volume and strength reduction, Industrial waste volume and strength reduction, equalization and proportioning of wastes neutralization of waste

III

IV

General method of treatment of industrial wastes Treatment ofwaste from Textile Industry Treatment ofwaste from Canning Industry Treatment ofwaste from Dairy Industry Treatment ofwaste from Fertilizer Industry

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Treatment ofwaste from Pulp and paper Industry Treatment ofwaste from Tanning Industry Treatment ofwaste from Sugar Industry Treatment ofwaste from Brewery and distillery Industry Treatment ofwaste from Iron and steel Industry Treatment ofwaste from Metal finishing Industry Extra Period Required Extra Period Required Extra Period Required Extra Period Required Common effluent treatment plant, design of units. Anaerobic digestion of industrial wastewater UASB AFFFB Hybrid reactors Revision Revision

Isha P. Khedikar Subject Teacher