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COMPUTATIONALTECHNIQUESINCIVILENGINEERING 4.1.1.

Stiffnessmatricesforbar,trussandbeamelementmatrices
4.1.2. Transformationmatricesfor2Dand3Dcasesandassembly
CE 4.1.3. Exampleofatruss
4.2. Coordinatesystemlocal,global,natural
Lecture :3 Year :IV 4.3. Interpolationfunctions
Tutorial :2 Part : II 4.3.1. Pascaltriangle
Practical : 0 4.3.2. Polynomialfunction
4.3.3. Lagragianelement
CourseObjective: 4.3.4. Hermiteinterpolationforbeamelement
Theknowledgeofnumericalsolutionsofvariouscivilengineeringproblemsis 4.3.5. Serendipidityelement
essentialtotheanalysisanddesignofthestructures.Thiscourseincludesthe 4.4. Applicationinsolidandframes
fundamentalsofcomputationaltechniquesrequiredforthoseproblemswhich 4.4.1. Formulationofstiffnessmatricesforbars,truss,beamsand
cannot be solved by manually and ordinary methods. It teaches the steps area(triangle)elements
requiredtosolvetheequationsusingalgorithmsandcomputerprograms. 4.4.2. Isoparametricformulation(lineardisplacementfieldonly)
2Dtriangleandquadrilateral
1. Introduction(4hours)
4.4.3. Example of dam: Calculate stresses giving pressure loads
1.1. Historyofnumericalcomputationsofcivilengineeringproblems
usingcomputerprograms
1.2. Briefdescriptionofsolutiontechniques
4.4.4. Example on wall: Calculate stresses giving vertical loads
1.2.1. Finiteelementmethod
usingcomputerprograms
1.2.2. Finitedifferencemethod
4.4.5. Example on wall: Calculate stresses giving vertical loads
1.2.3. Boundaryelementmethod
usingcomputerprograms
1.2.4. Discreteelementmethod
4.5. Generalintroductiontopreandpostprocessing
1.2.5. Smoothedparticlehydrodynamics
1.3. Reviewofprogrammingmethods:(CorFORTRANorMatlab) 5. Finitedifferencemethod (7hours)
5.1. Finitedifferences
2. Solutionsoflinearequations (6hours)
5.2. ExplicitschemeandImplicitScheme
2.1. Systemoflinearequations
5.3. Governingequationsofmovementoffluid(Momemtumand
2.2. Bandedmatrices
continuityequations)
2.3. Datastorageandmemoryoptimization
5.4. DiscretizationofKinematicwaveEquation(linearandnonlinear)
2.4. Conjugategradientmethod
5.5. Orderofaccuracyoftheschemeanditsapplications
2.5. FourierIntegral
5.6. Numericaldiffusion,dispersionandstabilityofscheme
2.5.1. DiscreteFourierTransform
5.7. Applicationsoftheschemesinhydraulicchannelrouting
2.5.2. FastFourierTransform
5.8. Implicitdynamicwavemodel
3. Elasticityinsolids (6hours) 5.9. FinitedifferenceschemeforSaintVenantequations
3.1. Stressdisplacementrelationship
6. MethodofCharacteristics (4hours)
3.2. Stressstrain(constitutive)relations
6.1. Introduction
3.2.1. 3Dstateofsolid,Lameconstants
6.2. Characteristics
3.2.2. Planestressandplanestraincondition
6.3. Initialandboundaryconditions
3.2.3. Axisymmetricstresses
6.4. Solutiontounsteadyflowinpipes
3.3. Equilibriumequations
7. SimulationofGroundwaterflow (4hours)
4. Finiteelementmethod (14hours)
7.1. Steadystateflownetsandfinitedifferencegrid
4.1. Directstiffnessmethod

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7.2. Simulationofseepageunderadam References:
7.3. OnedimensionalImplicitModel 1 P.Karasudhi,FoundationofSolidMechanics,KluwerAcedemicPublishers,
7.4. ApplicationinriverGroundwatersystem 1991.
2 O.C.Zienkiewicz,R.L.Taylor,FiniteElementforStructural,Vol.1,2&3,
Tutorials: Elsevier,2000.
Thereshallberelatedtutorialsexercisedinclassandgivenasregular 3 D.V.Huttan,FundamentalsofFiniteElementAnalysis,TATAMcGRAW
homeworkexercises. HILL,2004.
4 T.R.ChandrapatlaandA.D.Belegundu,IntroductiontoFiniteElementsin
1. Introduction (2hrs)
Engineering,PHI,2000.
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions
5 W.H.Press,S.A.Teukolsky,W.T.Vetterling,B.P.Flannery,Numerical
Practical:HomeworktomakeprogramsinCorFORTRANorMatlab
RecipesinC,TheArtofScientificComputing,SecondEdition,Cambridge
languages
UniversityPress.
2. Solutionsoflinearequations (6hrs) 6 W.H.Press,S.A.Teukolsky,W.T.Vetterling,B.P.Flannery,Numerical
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions RecipesinFortran,TheArtofScientificComputing,SecondEdition,
Practicalexamples,andnumericalexamplestypesquestions CambridgeUniversityPress.
Writealgorithmandcomputerprogramstosolvetheproblems 7 RalphA.Wurbs,Wesleyp.James,WaterResourcesEngineering,Prentice
HallIndia.
3. Elasticityinsolid (2hrs)
8 M.HanifChaudhry,OpenChannelFlow,PrenticeHallIndia.
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions
9 VenTeChow,D.R.Maidment,L.W.Mays,AppliedHydrology,McGrawHill
Practicalexamplesofvariousconditionsofstresses

4. Finiteelementmethod(FEM) (10hrs)
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions
Practicalexamples,numericalexamplesandderivationtypequestions
Analyzebeamsandsimpleframes EvaluationScheme:
ThequestionswillcoverallthechaptersintheSyllabus.Theevaluationscheme
5. Finitedifferencemethod (4hours)
willbeasindicatedinthetablebelow.
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions,
Practical examples, numerical examples and derivation type questions, Marks
Chapter Hours
excercisesonHydraulicchannelrouting Distribution*
6. MethodofCharacteristics (2hours) 1 4 8
2 6 8
Theory,definitionandconcepttypequestions,Solutionofunsteadyflow 3 6 10
7. SimulationofGroundwaterflow 4 14 16
(4hours)
Theory, definition and concept type questions , excercises on Seepage 5 7 12
underdamandRiverstageWatertableevaluation 6 4 8
7 4 8
Assignments Total 45 80
1. Analyzea2Ddamtofindstressesgivingwaterpressureandsurcharge
*Theremaybeminordeviationinmarksdistribution.
2. Analyzea2Dwallpaneltofindstressesgivingverticalloads
3. Analyze2storey2bayframeanddrawbendingmomentsandshearforce
diagrams
4. WritesourcecodestosolveSaintVenantequationsmarksdistribution.

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ENGINEERINGPROFESSIONALPRACTICE 5.2. LaborLaw
5.3. IntellectualPropertyRight
CE 5.4. BuildingCodesandBylaws
5.5. CompanyRegistration
Lecture :2 Year :IV
Tutorial : 0 Part : II 6. ContemporaryIssuesinEngineering [3hours]
Practical : 0 6.1. GlobalizationandCrossCulturalIssues
6.2. PublicPrivatePartnership
CourseObjective: 6.3. Safety,RiskandBenefitAnalysis
To familiarize the students with their roles in the society, ethical and legal 6.4. DevelopmentandEnvironment
environment in which engineering is practiced, contract administration, 6.5. ConflictandDisputeManagement
regulatoryenvironmentandcontemporaryissuesinEngineering.
7. CaseStudiesbasedonEngineeringPractices [4hours]
1. HistoryofEngineeringPractices [3hours]
1.1. ManandSociety
1.2. TechnologyandSociety
1.3. HistoryofEngineeringPracticeinEasternSociety References:
1.4. HistoryofEngineeringPracticeinWesternsociety 1. Carson Morrison and Philip Hughes Professional engineering Practice
1.5. EngineeringPracticesinNepal EthicalAspects,McGrawHillRyersonLtd.Toronto1982
2. Dr Rajendra Adhikari, Engineering Professional Practice Nepalese and
2. ProfessionandEthics [6hours] internationalPerspectivesPashupatiPublishingHouse,KathmanduNepal
2.1. Profession:DefinitionandCharacteristics 2010
2.2. ProfessionalInstitutions 3. M.Govindarajan;SNatarajanandV.S.Senthikumar.,EngineeringEthics
2.3. RelationofanEngineerwithClient,ContractorandFellowEngineers PHILearningPvt.Ltd.NewDelhi2009
2.4. Ethics,CodeofEthicsandEngineeringEthics 4. NepalEngineeringCouncilAct
2.5. MoralDilemmaandEthicalDecisionMaking 5. ContractAct
2.6. DetailedDutiesofanEngineerandArchitect 6. LaborAct
2.7. LiabilityandNegligence 7. CompanyAct
8. CopyrightAct
3. ProfessionalPracticesinNepal [3hours] 9. PublicProcurementAct
3.1. PublicSectorpractices 10. BuildingByLaws
3.2. PrivateSectorPractices
3.3. General Job Descriptions of Fresh Graduates in both Public and
PrivateSector

4. ContractManagement [6hours]
4.1. Methodsofworkexecution/contracting
4.2. TypesofContracts
4.3. TenderingProcedure
4.4. Contractagreement

5. RegulatoryEnvironment [5hours]
5.1. NepalEngineeringCouncilAct

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EvaluationScheme:
ThequestionswillcoverallthechaptersintheSyllabus.Theevaluationscheme
willbeasindicatedinthetablebelow.
Marks
Chapter Hours
distribution*
1 3 4
2 6 8
3 3 4
4 6 8
5 5 6
6 3 4
7 4 6
Total 30 40
*Theremaybeminordeviationinmarksdistribution.

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TECHNOLOGYENVIRONMENTANDSOCIETY 3.3. Earlypartofindustrialrevolution,
3.4. Transformationofindustrialsocietyintoinformationsociety,
CE.. 3.5. Impactofworldwar1&2,Populationexplosion,
3.6. Riseofenvironmentalissues,
Lectures :2 Year : IV 3.7. Climatechangeasathreattohumancivilization
Tutorials :0 Part :II
Practical: 0 4. Environment (3hours)
CourseObjectives: 4.1. Definition,
Thecoursehasbeendevisedtoprovideknowledgeofenvironment,technology 4.2. Importance,ecology&ecosystem,
and its impact on society. It would be helpful to the students to understand 4.3. Conservationofenvironment,
the global, national and local environmental issues and challenges of the 4.4. Optimumutilizationofnaturalresources,
informationsociety. 4.5. Renewableandnonrenewableresources,
4.6. Conflictofresources,
1. Technology (8hours) 4.7. Globalenvironmentalissues,
1.1. Definition, 4.8. EnvironmentalissuesofNepal
1.2. Impactoftechnologyonenvironment&society,
1.3. Benefitsoftechnologyduetonewinventions, 5. Waterandairpollution (6hours)
1.4. Conflictoftechnology,technologycreatesopportunityforsocietyto 5.1. Fecaloralinfectiontransmissionroute
change 5.2. Preventivemeasures,
1.5. Appropriatetechnology, 5.3. Onsitesanitation(includingecosanitation),
1.6. Intermediatetechnology,laborbasedandlaborintensivetechnology, 5.4. Importanceofhealtheducation,
1.7. Shiftsinemploymentduetotechnologicaladvancement, 5.5. Organicpollution,
1.8. Roleoftechnologytounmaskoldsocialproblems,societyscontrolof 5.6. Inorganic pollution( nitrate, fluoride, iron, manganese, calcium
technology, arsenic, heavy metals), water pollution due to insecticides and
1.9. Impactoftechnologyonculture,traditionandsocialvalues, pesticides
1.10. Technologyisirreversible, 5.7. Sources,causes&impactsofairpolution
1.11. Agriculturalage,industrialageandinformationage, 5.8. Mitigationmeasures,
1.12. Characteristicsofinformationsociety, 5.9. Indoorairpollution,
1.13. Informationaspowerandwealth 5.10. SeverityofitsproblemsinNepal

2. Developmentapproach: (6hours) 6. Climatechange (3hours)


2.1. LEP(laborbased,environmentfriendlyandparticipatory), 6.1. Definition,causes,impacts,
2.2. Communitymanagement,engineersroleasfacilitator, 6.2. Mitigationmeasures,
2.3. KeyfeaturesofinfrastructuredevelopmentpoliciesofNepal, 6.3. Internationaleffortstomitigateitsproblems,
2.4. Ethnographicapproachtocollectinformation, 6.4. Biogas,organicfarming,
2.5. Participatoryapproachascommunityempowerment, 6.5. Deforestationanditsconsequences,
2.6. Participatorytools,focusgroupdiscussions,keyinformantsinterview, 6.6. Importance of national parks, conservation areas and forestation
2.7. Participatoryobservation,structuredquestionnaire, programsinNepal
2.8. Resourcemapping,wealthranking,povertydefinition

3. Briefhistoryofhumancivilization (4hours)

3.1. Earlycivilization,
3.2. GreatrenaissanceofEurope,

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References:
1. B. C. Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain and Arun Kumar Jain, "Environmental
Engineering",LaxmiPublications(P)Ltd.,NewDelhi,1998
2. H.G.Wells,"BriefHistoryofCivilization"
3. J.Neharu,"GlimpsofWorldHistory"

Examinationscheme
Thequestionwillcoverallthechaptersinthesyllabus.Theevaluationscheme
willbeasindicatedinthetablebelow:
Marks
Chapters Hours
Distribution*
1 8 10
2 6 8
3 4 4
4 3 4
5 6 10
6 3 4
Total 30 40
*Theremaybeminordeviationinmarksdistribution.

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CONSTRUCTIONMANAGEMENT TunnelConstruction;HighwayandPavementConstruction;Hydraulic
CE StructureConstruction
4.3. SelectionofAppropriateEquipment
Lecture :4 Year :IV
Tutorial :2 Part:II 5. ContractManagement [6hours]
Practical:0 5.1. MethodofWorkexecution
5.2. TypesofContract
CourseObjective: 5.3. Tendering Process Preparation before Tendering; Tender Notice;
Toprovidebasicknowledgeonmanagementofconstructionworks Tender Document; Conditions of Contract; Prequalification; Tender;
To make able to plan and schedule of resources required in construction Evaluation;SelectionandAward
project.
6. ConstructionProcess [3hours]
Toprovidebasicknowledgeofprocurement/contractmanagement
6.1. SiteSurveyingandPreparation
Tomakeabletomonitorandevaluateconstructionprojects.
6.2. ArrangementofFacilitiesandShops/JobLayout
Toprovidebasicknowledgeonmaintenance,specificationandvaluation.
6.3. MaterialHandlingSystem
1. ConstructionManagementFramework [3hours] 6.4. FinancialManagementandCashflowManagement
1.1. ConstructionLandmarks
7. ControllingProjectIntegrationandWork [5hours]
1.2. ScopeofConstructionManagement
7.1. WorkScopeControl
1.3. ConstructionProjectCharacteristics.
7.2. ProductQualityControl
1.4. ConstructionProjectLifeCyclePhases.
7.3. LaborProductivityControl
1.5. ConstructionProjectManagement.
7.4. EquipmentProductivityControl
1.6. RelationbetweenClient,ConsultantandContractor
7.5. MaterialProductivityControl
2. ConstructionPlanningandScheduling [5hours] 7.6. WorkScheduleControl
2.1. ConstructionPlanningIntroduction 7.7. PerformanceControlUsingEarnedValueAnalysis
2.2. StepsandStagesofPlanning
8. SiteManagement [3hours]
2.3. PlanningbyContractorandClientsinDifferentStages
8.1. ResponsibilityofSiteEngineer
2.4. PreparingSchedule
8.2. SupervisingWorkofContractor
2.5. TimeCostTradeOff
8.3. RecordKeeping
3. PlanningConstructionMaterial. [5hours] 8.4. SiteOrderBook
3.1. ABCClassificationofConstructionMaterials 8.5. ProcedurestoPrepareBills
3.2. MaterialWastageStandards. 8.6. MeasurementBook
3.3. MaterialProvisioningProcess 8.7. MusterRoll
3.4. MaterialInventoryBasics
9. ProjectMaintenance [4hours]
3.5. InventoryPlanningProcess
9.1. MaintenanceBasics
3.6. ApplicationOfValueEngineeringintheProcurementofMaterials
9.2. TypesofMaintenance
4. FamiliarizationwithConstructionEquipments [7hours] 9.3. PlanningandSchedulingofMaintenance
4.1. AdvantagesandDisadvantagesofusingEquipments. 9.4. EstimatingMaintenanceCost
4.2. EquipmentsforExcavation,TransportingandCompaction;Aggregate 9.5. ManagementofMaintenanceandFinancing
Production and Handling; Concrete Construction; Cranes for Lifting;

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10. PersonnelManagement [4hours] Tutorials:
10.1. Managementprinciples:AdministrationandOrganizationprinciples 1. TimeCostTradeoff [2hours]
10.2. CentralizationandDecentralization 2. ABCClassificationofMaterials [2hours]
10.3. SupervisoryandLeadershipstyles 3. JobLayoutexercise [1hour]
10.4. Importanceofcommunication 4. EarnedValueanalysis [3hours]
10.5. InformationSystemfordecisions 5. WritingSpecification [3hours]
10.6. Motivating and directing: human elements, evaluation and merit 6. Valuation [4hours]
ranking
10.7. Personnelselection,testingandtraining Fieldvisitofconstructionsite2days.
10.8. Tradeunionsandrelationwithmanagement
References:
11. RegulatoryRequirements [2hours] 1. Chitkara,K.K,ConstructionProjectManagement;McGrawHill.
11.1. SafetyRequirements 2. Gupta, B.L, Gupta, Amit; Construction Management and Machinary;
11.2. Workmanscompensationboard StandardPublishersDistributors
11.3. FireregulationsandInsurance 3. Peurifoy,RL.ConstructionPlanning,EquipmentandMethods,McGrawHill.
11.4. Environmentconcernandprotection 4. Harris,Frank,ConstructionPlantExcavatingandMaterialshandling
11.5. Buildingcodesandqualitycontrol. equipmentandMethods,GranadaPublishing,London
5. Adhikari,R.P.,ConstructionManagement
12. Specification [6hours]
6. GSBirdie,Estimating,ValuationandSpecifications
12.1. PurposeofSpecifications

12.2. TypesofSpecifications:GeneralandDetailedSpecifications
EvaluationScheme:
12.3. Specification Writing: technique, use of international and local
Thequestionwillcoverallthechaptersinthesyllabus.Theevaluationscheme
Standards,CodesofPractice
willbeasindicatedinthetablebelow:
12.4. ImportanceofSpecifications
Mark
13. Valuation [7hours] Chapter Hours
Distribution*
13.1. Introduction 1 3 5
13.2. CostandValue
13.3. PurposeofValuationandPrincipleofValuation 2 5 8
13.4. FactorsaffectingtheValueoftheProperty 3 5 6
13.5. ValueClassification 4 7 12
13.6. SinkingFund 5 6 8
13.7. Capitalizedvalue 6 3 3
13.8. Obsolescence 7 5 4
13.9. Depreciations 8 3 4
13.10. QualificationofaValuer 9 4 8
13.11. ValuationofLand 10 4 8
13.12. VariousMethodsofvaluationofProperties 11 2 2
13.13. RoleofComputersinValuation. 12 6 6
13.14. ReportWriting 13 7 6
Total 60 80

*Theremaybeminordeviationinmarksdistribution.

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PROJECTWORKII supervisor can correct the mistakes. The final report should be submitted to
theDepartmentHeadinduplicate.
CE


Lecture : 0 Year : IV
Tutorial : 0 Part : II
Practical : 6

CourseObjective:
ProjectWorkIIisthecontinuationofProjectWorkI.InProjectIIstudentsare
required to complete following works in carryover of project I falling under
differentcategoriesofprojectworks:

1. Designtypeproject
1.1. Designofthesystemandtheiralternatives
1.2. Detaildrawings
1.3. CostEstimation
1.4. Economicandfinancialanalysis
1.5. References
2. Dissertationtypeproject
2.1. ModelFormulation
2.2. Modelapplication
2.3. Resultsanddiscussions
2.4. LargerImplications
2.5. Conclusionandrecommendations
2.6. References
3. Experimentaltypeproject
3.1. Formulationofhypothesesormodel
3.2. Analysisofresultsandmodelapplication
3.3. Resultsanddiscussions
3.4. LargerImplications
3.5. Conclusionandrecommendations
3.6. References

In the initial phase the faculty may conduct a number of lectures and
discussionsastotheapproachoftheproject.Inthelaterphasethestudentwill
beleftonhisowntopursuehisworkandtoconsultthefacultywheneverany
problemcropsup.HeshouldthencompileprojectworkIandprojectworkII
write ups and submit a draft report prior to the final report so that the

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