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First Year Engineering : Semester-II 3.


Teaching Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks Lectures : 3 Theory : 100 Practicals : 2 Term Work : 25 ________________________________________________________________ SECTION I 1. Introduction to Civil Engineering : Introduction, branches of civil engineering, application of civil engineering in other allied fields. (2) 2. Building Planning : Principles of planning, orientation of buildings, introduction to ByeLaws regarding building line, height of building, open space requirements, F.S.I., setbacks, ventilation, sanitation as per municipal corporation area requirement. (4) 3. Components of Buildings : Sub-structure Types of soil and rocks as foundation strata, concept of bearing capacity, types of foundations i.e. shallow and deep and their suitability. Shallow foundation such as wall foundation, isolated foundation, deep foundation such as pile foundation. Super-structure Elements of super-structures and their functions (5) 4. Building Design : Introduction to types of loads, concepts of strength, stability, durability and factor of safety of building, load bearing and framed structures. (5) 5. Building Materials : Use and properties of the following materials : Concrete ingredients and grades, plain and reinforced cement concrete and ready mix concrete, bricks, steel, aluminum, plastic, timber, roofing materials etc. (5)

SECTION II 6. Surveying : Principles of surveying Classification of surveys


Chain Surveying Introduction to metric chain and tapes, error in chaining, nominal scale and R.F., ranging, chaining and offsetting, index plan, location sketch and recording of field book Chain and compass survey
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Meridian, bearing and its types, system of bearing, Types of compass : prismatic and surveyor's compass. Calculation of included angles, correction for local attraction. 7. Levelling : (8) Terms used in levelling, use of Dumpy level, temporary adjustments. methods of reduction of levels, types of levelling, Contours, characteristics of contours, use of contour maps. Introduction to Auto level and use Introduction and use of EDM's with special reference to Total Station. Measurement of area by planimeter mechanical and digital. 8. Transportation Engineering : (4) Types of roads : introduction to NH, SH, MDR, ODR, VR, Express Way Cross section of road in cutting and filling Railway Gauges, Cross-section of railway track. Practical work : Practical exercises given be carried out and drawing sheets be plotted wherever necessary. 1. Plotting the outlines of building by chaining, ranging and offsetting. 2. Plotting of closed traverse by prismatic compass. 3. Plotting of closed traverse by surveyor's compass 4. Reduction of levels by rise and fall method. 5. Reduction of levels by collimation plane method. 6. Measurement of area by mechanical planimeter. 7. Measurement of area by digital planimeter. 8. Use of total station for various measurements. 9. Layout and setting out of small residential building. 10. Site visit to study various construction processes Report to be submitted on any under construction site. References : 1. G. K. Hiraskar, Basic Civil Engineering, Dhanpat Rai Publication.

2. Civil Engineering Materials - Technical Teacher's Training Institute, Chandigarh 3. N. Basak, Surveying, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publication. 4. B.C. Punmia, Surveying, Vol.- I, Vol.-II, Vol.-III Laxmi Publication