Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Syllabus for mid term of subject concrete structure and mechanics of deformable solid for Mid Term

Mechanics of Deformable solid

unit- 1 and 2

Design of Concrete structure

unit- 1,2,3 and 4

surveying syllabus for mid term

Introduction to Surveying
Definition, Branches of Surveying, Basic principles of Surveying, Basic measurements
and fixing of details, Importance of surveying to Civil Engineers, Co-ordinate systems,
Maps and Scales, Errors and their type in measurements
: Linear Measurements
Different methods of distance measurement, tape measurements, corrections to linear
 Compass surveying
Bearing and Angles, Reference meridian, Compass surveying (Magnetic bearing,
magnetic declination, local attraction errors and adjustment. Compass traverse.

Monday, October 12, 2015


Syllabus for Advance RCC (Backlog):

1. Staircases
2. Footings
3. Flat Slabs

Nishant Rajoria

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Backlog Syllabus for FM

For mid term-Unit 1,2

Backlog syllabus for Fluid Mechanics

Unit I

Section 1: Introduction
Fluid as continuum, physical properties of fluids, ideal and real fluids, Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids, Fluid Statics, Pressure – density - height relationship, pressure measurement using Manometers, Pressure force on plane and curved surfaces, centre of pressure, buoyancy, stability of immersed and floating bodies, metacentric height, fluid mass subjected to uniform accelerations

Section 2: Kinematics of fluid flow
Steady and unsteady flows, uniform and non uniform flows, laminar and turbulent
flows, one, two and three dimensional flows, continuity equation, streamlines, streak lines and path lines, circulation and vorticity, rotational and irrotational flows,
velocity potential and  stream function, graphical and experimental methods of drawing flow nets,

Section 3: Dynamics of fluid flow
Euler’s equation of motion along a streamline and its integration, Bernoulli’s equation
and its applications – Pitot tube, Venturimeter, orificemeter, nozzles, momentum equation and its application to stationary and moving plates/vanes, pipe bends, problems related to combined application of energy and momentum equations.

Unit II

Section 4: Flow in Pipes
Reynold’s experiments, experimental determination of critical velocity, transition from laminar to turbulent flow, Laminar flow through circular tubes, major and minor losses in pipe lines, loss due to sudden contraction, expansion etc., Analysis of pipe networks, hardy Cross Method.

Section 5: Flow in open Channel
Comparison between open channel and pipe flow, uniform and non-uniform flows, uniform flow formulae, Chezy’s and Manning’s Formula, Hydraulically efficient channel section of rectangular, trapezoidal and circular type.

Section 6: Flow through mouthpieces and orifices
Hydraulic coefficients of orifice, bell method orifice, mouthpieces, Borda's mouthpieces, running free and submerged. Notches and Weirs: Rectangular, triangular and trapezoidal notches and weir, cippoletti and broad crested weir, aeration of nappe, cavitations submerged weir.

Books and References:
1. Fluid Mechanics – Streeter V.L. & Wylie E.B. (Tata McGraw Hill)
2. Mechanics of Fluid – Irving H. Shames (McGraw Hill)
3. Fluid Mechanics – John F Dougles (Pearson Publication)
4. Fluid Mechanics – R.J. Garde (New Age International Publication)
5. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics – James A. Fay (Prentice Hall India)
6. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery – C. S. P. Ojha, R. Berndtsson and
P. N. Chandramouli (Oxford University Press)
7. Fluid Mechanics – P.N. Modi and S. M. Seth(Standard Book House)
8. Fluid Mechanics – Gupta and Gupta (Wiley Edition)

BAcklog FH syllabus

For Mid term- Unit-1 & 2

Backlog syllabus -CVL 402- Fluvial Hydraulics

Unit I:Introduction         
Origin, Properties of sediments, size, shape, fall velocity and its effects, orientation, grain size distribution
Difference between rigid and alluvial channels, Incipient motion of sediment particles
Different approaches to study sediment motion. Lift force approach, Tractive force approach, Theoretical and sub theoretical analysis of Shield, White and others.
Types of bed forms or regimes of flow         
Unit II
Complexities of regimes in Natural streams
Resistance of flow and velocity distribution in alluvial streams
Bed load transport and saltation, bed load equations, board on dimensional considerations, suspended load transport - mechanism
General equation of diffusion, Total load transport, microscopic and macroscopic method, suspended load sampling.
Unit III
Bed level variation in alluvial streams, stream bed changes during floods
Degradation, Aggradation, silting of reservoirs
Variation in plan form of streams
River training for flood control
Unit IV
Critical tractive force method for design of stable channels
Comparison of the design with traditional methods

Text Books:
1. Graf, W.H., Hydraulics of Sediment Transport, McGraw Hill International
2. R.J. Garde and K.G. Rangaraju, Mechanics of sediment transportation and alluvial stream problems, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

3. A.J.Raudkivi, Loose boundary hydraulics, 3rd edition, Pergamon Press

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Backlog Examination: ODD TERM

Notice for backlog examination of odd term can be accessed from the below link.

Backlog Examination: ODD TERM

The dates are 22-24 Sept, 2015.

Contact the SET Exam Cell.