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  1. 1. Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal(M.P.) Scheme of Examination Second Semester- Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering (w.e.f.-July-2011) S. Subject Code Subject Name Periods per Total Internal End Sem. Exam Practical Total Remark No. week Credits Assessment Record Marks L T P Tests Assignm Theory Practical/V (Two) ents/Qui iva z 1. CE-5201 Structural Dynamics 3 1 4 30 20 100 - - 150 2. CE-5202 FEM in Structural 3 1 4 30 20 100 - - 150 Engineering 3. CE-5203 Elective- I 3 1 4 30 20 100 - - 150 4. CE-5204 Elective- II 3 1 4 30 20 100 - - 150 5. CE-5205 Elective- III 3 1 4 30 20 100 - - 150 6. CE-52 1 Lab-III 6 6 125 100 225 7. CE-52 2 Lab-IV 6 6 125 100 225 TOTAL 15 5 12 32 150 100 500 250 200 1200MST: Mid Semester Tests Taken at Least twice Per Semester Signatures L: Lecture - T: Tutorial - P: Practical 1 2 3 MVSE-203 Elective I MVSE-204 Elective II MVSE-205 Elective III (A) Theory of Plates and Shells (A) Non destructive Testing of materials (A) Advanced Construction Materials and Concrete Technology (B) Prestressed Concrete Design (B) Experimental Stress Analysis (B) Design of Industrial structures (C) Bridge Engineering (C) Structural Optimization (C) Maintenance and Rehabilitation of structures
  2. 2. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Structural Dynamics CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 1 Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrs.UNIT 1Single Degree of Freedom System:Free and forced vibrations, Linear Viscous Damper, Coulomb Damper: Response to harmonic excitation,rotating unbalance and support excitations, Vibration isolation and transmissibility, single degree offreedom system as vibro-meter and accelerometer, response to periodic and arbitrary excitationUNIT-IIDuhamel’s integral. Impulse response function, Laplace transform Fourier transform methods. Frequencyresponse function. Phase-Plane Techniques. Critical Speed of rotors. Energy methods, Rayleigh’s method,Equivalent viscous dampingUNIT-IIITwo Degree of Freedom System. Matrix Formulation, Free Vibration, Beat phenomenon. Principle ofdamped and un-damped vibration absorbers.UNIT-IVMulti Degree of Freedom System:Matrix formulation, stiffness and flexibility influence coefficients, eigen value problem, normal modesand their properties. Matrix iteration technique for eigen value, and eigen vectors, Free and forcedvibration by modal analysisUNIT-VContinuous System:Axial vibration of bar, torsion of shafts, transverse vibration of strings and bending vibration beams.Forced vibration. Normal mode method. Lagrangle’s equation. Approximate methods of Rayleigh-Ritz,Galerkin etc.Reference Books: 1. Chopra A. K., Dynamics of Structures, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2. Clough R.W., Penzien J., Dynamics of structures, McGraw-Hill 3. Biggs J M, Introduction to Structural Dynamics
  3. 3. 4. Mario Paz, Structural Dynamics, CBS publishers New Delhi Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course FEM in Structural CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 Engineering 2 Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrs .UNIT-IIntroduction to Finite Element Method:General Applicability and Description of Finite Element Method Comparison with other methods.UNIT 2Solution of finite Element Method:Solution of Equilibrium problems Eigen value problems, propagation problems, computer implementationof Gaussian eliminations Choleski’s decomposition, Jocobi’s and Ranga Kutta MethodUNIT 3General Procedure of Finite Element Method:Descretization of the domain, Selection of Shapes, Types and Number of elements, node numberingtechnique, Interpolation Polynomials, their selection and derivation in terms of global and localcoordinates, Convergence requirements. Formulation of Element Characteristic matrices and vectors,Variational approach. Assembly of Element matrices and Vectors and Derivation system equations,computation of element resultantsUNIT-IVIso-parametric Formulation: Lagrange and Hermite interpolation functions, Iso parametric Elements, Numerical IntegrationUNIT-VStatic Analysis:
  4. 4. Formulation of equilibrium equation, Analysis of truss, Frames, Plane Stress and Plane Strain ProblemsPlates and Shells. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective I Theory of plates and CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 shells 3(A) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrsReference Books: 1. Weaver, Johnson, Finite element and structural analysis 2. H. C Martin, Matrix structural analysis 3. C.F. Abel, C.S. Desai, Finite element methods, CBS Publishers New Delhi 4. Buchanan, Finite element Analysis (Schaum Outline S), Tata McGraw Hill 5. Krishnamurthy, Finite element analysis, Tata McGraw Hill 6. Zinkiewicz, O.C. and Taylor, R.L., The Finite Element Method, McGraw-Hill 7. Reddy, J. N., An Introduction to Finite Element Method, McGraw-Hill, SingaporeUNIT 1Theory of Plates:Bearing of long rectangular plates to the cylindrical surface with different edge conditions. Pure bendingof plates-Differential equations of equilibrium Theory of small deflections of laterally loads plates.Boundary conditions, moment curvature relationshipUNIT 2Analysis of rectangular plates, Navier’s and levy solutions, exact theory of plates, symmetrical bending ofcircular plates, continuous rectangular platesUNIT 3Special and approximate methods of theory of plates, singularities, use of influence surfaces, use ofinfinite integrals and transforms, strain energy methods experimental methodsUNIT 4
  5. 5. Theory of Shells:Classification of shells, Gaussian curvature, General theory of cylindrical shells, membrane theory and Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective I Prestressed CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 Concrete Design 3(B) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrs .bending theory for cylindrical shells, long and short shells, shells, shells with and without edge beams,Fourier loadingUNIT 5Equation of equilibrium for shells of surface of revolution, Reduction to two differential equations ofsecond order. Spherical shells, membrane theory for shells of double curvature-elastic and anti-elastic.Cylindrical shells, Hyperbolic-parabolic shells funicular shells.Reference Books: 1. Timoshenko,Stephen P. Woinowsky K, Theory of Plates and Shells, McGraw-Hill 2. Theory and Analysis of Elastic Plates and Shells, Second Edition (Series in Systems and Control) CBS publicationUNIT 1Prestressing Systems and Losses of Prestressing:Introduction, various systems of prestressing, Types of loses and their analysis. Working Stress Design ofSimple Beams: Critical load conditions: allowable stresses, Flexural design criteria; axially prestressedmembers; design of prestressing cable for a given cress-section; design procedure based on flexure, designby load balancing method and multiple stage prestressing.UNIT 2Continuous Beams:
  6. 6. Analysis of two span beam analysis of two span beam with eccentricities at outer supports; continuous Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective I Bridge Engineering CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 3(C) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrs .beams with variable section design of continuous beam. Miscellaneous Structural Members: CompressionMembers: Columns subjected to combines bending and axial force, piles, poles, piers and abutments,Tension members-tie members, ring beams circular tanks and pipes pavement- sleepers, roads andrunways.UNIT 3Limit State Design of Beams:Limit state of strength in flexure, shear and torsion; permissible stresses limit state of serviceabilityagainst deflection, cracking and durability; design of simply supported and continuous beams.UNIT 4Bond and Anchorage of Prestressing cables :Bond in pre-tensioned and post- tensioned construction , prestressing cable at Centroid axis; symmetricmultiple cables causing axial thrust; cable with eccentricity; inclined prestressing cable, spanning stresses,end zone reinforcement.UNIT 5Prestressed Concrete Slabs:One way slab tow way slabs, prestressed concrete beam slab construction; prestressed flat slab. Deflectionand Crack Width: Factors influencing deflection, short term deflections of uncracked members, long termdeflection deflections of cracked members, estimation of crack width using British code and FIPrecommendations.References Books: 1. N. Krishna Raju, Prestressd Concrete , Tata Mc Graw Hill Book Co. 2. P. Dayaratan, Prestressed Concrete Structures, Oxford & IBH CO., Delhi. 3. Jain & Jai Krishna, Plain & Reinforced Concrete Vol-II , Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee. 4. IS 1343-1980 Code of Practice for Prestressed Concrete Bureau of Indian Standards New Delhi.
  7. 7. Unit 1Types of Bridges, IRC class A, AA loading, Effective width method, slab culvert, box culvert, Pigeaud’s Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective II Non Destructive CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 Testing of materials 4(A) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrs .co-efficient methodUnit 2RCC ‘T’ beam bridge, Courban’s method, Morriee little method, influence coefficient method, design ofcross beam approach for design of piers and abutments.Unit 3Balanced cantilever bridge, cross girder design, diaphragms articulation, introduction to design of bearingsUnit 4Analysis of fixed arch bridges, rib-shortening, temperature effect, pie digrams, horizontal reaction and BMat different sections, Cochrane’s formula, filled and open spandrel archesUnit 5Bow string Girder Bridge, effect of wind, design of suspenders, cross beamsReference Books: 1. OP Jain, Plain and Reinforced concrete vol 2 2. Victor, D.J., Essential of Bridge Engineering , Oxford & IBH CO., Delhi 3. Vazirani, Ratwani, Design of bridges 4. Krishna Raju N, Design of Bridges, Oxford & IBH CO., Delhi. 5. Krishna Raju , N, Prestressed Concrete Structures, Tata Mc Graw Hill Book Co 6. Bakht. B and Jaeger, L.C., Bridge Analysis Simplified ,McGraw Hill Book CO. Inc 7. Rowe, R.E., Concrete Bridge Design , C.R. Books Ltd., London
  8. 8. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective II Experimental Stress CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 Analysis 4(B) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrsUNIT 1Types of materials and testsUNIT 2The variables involved destructive and non destructive testing, correlation of properties obtained by NDTwith the basic structure of matterUNIT 3Other properties; NDT of different materials by various techniques such as radiographic, sonic andultrasonic, electrical and magneticUNIT 4Oscilloscopic, microwave, eddy current penetration, thermal optical, holographicUNIT 5Practical applications and advances in NDT.Reference Books: 1. J.F. Hinslay, Non Destructive Testing, MacDonald and Evants 1959 2. H.B. Egerton, Non Destructive Testing, Oxford University Press, 1965 3. Krautkramer: , Ultrasonic Testing of Materials, Springer Verlag,1969 4. M.A. Novgoresky, Testing of Building Materials and Structures, Mir Pub. 1973 5. America Society of Metals: Handbook ,Vol-II Destructive Inspection and Quality Control , 1976
  9. 9. Unit 1Introduction to stress analysis by strain measurement, mechanical strain gages, Moire fringe method,Brittle coatings for stress indication, circuitry for resistance strain gages, calibrating strain gages,temperature compensation of circuitry, indication and recording equipments, unbalance of bridge systems,balanced bridge systems, reference bridge systems, constant current strain indicators, multichannelrecording systemsUnit 2Introduction to stress analysis by photo elasticity, optical theory, stress optical relationship, equipment andmodels, static stress analysis (2-D, 3-D techniques), stress analysis by photo elastic strain gagesUnit 3Conditions for crack growth, fracture mechanics and strength of solids, stress and displacement fields inthe vicinity of crack tip, the Griffith Orowan-Irwin concept, stable and unstable crack growth, the integralvariation principle in crack theory, some more model representations, cracks in linearly elastic bodies,Unit 4Stress intensity factor, basic numerical methods for calculating the stress intensity factor, calculation ofstress intensity factor for double cantilever beam specimen by FEM, the method of section for anapproximate calculation of stress intensity factor, some material characteristics used for evaluation ofcrack propagation resistanceUnit 5Solution of some plane and three dimensional problems, constructional crack arrest, system of cracks,stress intensity factors for some practical important cases, shell with a crack trajectoryReference Books: 1. Dove, Adams, Experimental stress analysis and motion 2. Heteny, Experimental stress analysis 3. Dally, Rilay, Experimental stress analysis 4. V.Z. Panon, M Morozove, Elastic-plastic fracture mechanics
  10. 10. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective II Structural CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 Optimization 4(C) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrsUNIT 1IntroductionDesign process, role of optimization in design, optimum design problem formulation: Variables,Constraint and objective function, Basic concepts of optimum design: Unconstrained and constrainedoptimum design problem, Global optimality Post Optimality analysisUNIT 2Traditional Optimization Techniques a) Linear programming: Problem, solution procedure, sensitivity analysis. b) Non-linear programming Kuhn Tucker conditions, single variable search, multivariable search, constrained optimization (Penalty function Approach) c) Introduction to geometric and dynamic programmingUNIT 3Non traditional Optimization TechniquesGenetic algorithms-philosophy, positive features, operatorsUNIT 4Structural Optimization a) Optimal design of trusses and frames. b) Optimal design of thin walled columns under axialUNIT 5Structural Optimization a) Compressive load panels subjected to in plane compression and shear b) Grid Floor c) Box beam under bendingReference Books: 1. Mazid, Optimization design of structures 2. Vendeo Plettes, Optimum structural design 3. S.S Rao Optimization theory 4. J Faraka, Optimization design of metal structures
  11. 11. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective Advanced CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 III Construction 5(A) Min. Marks-40 Materials and Duration: 3 hrs Concrete TechnologyUNIT 1Construction materials: physical properties like strength, durability, thermal effect, sound insulationEnvironmental Influences: Thermal effects, Effect of Chemicals, Fire resistance, Corrosion and Oxidation,Radiation..UNIT 2New construction materials: Thermo - Plastic, Polymer Concrete, Composite materials, Ferrocement,Building materials from Agricultural & Industrial wastes.UNIT 3Cement & its properties, Detail of various steps of manufacture of concrete e.g. Mixing, transportation,placing, compacting and curing. Properties of fresh concrete, Properties of hardened concrete, strengthcharacteristic, shrinkage, creep, durability, fattierUNIT 4Permeability & durability of concrete is detail. Admixtures in concrete, Mix Design, Non destructiveTesting of ConcreteUNIT 5Properties, Design and production of high strength and special concretes. Concrete at low & high temp.Air entrained concrete, high performance concrete. Light weight and no fine concrete, Ferro concrete,fiber reinforced concrete, Polymer concreteReference Books:1. Neville A.M., Properties of Concrete, ELBS, 4th Edition, Longman Ltd., London2. Gambhir M.L., Concrete Technology, Tata Mc Graw Hill Book Co.3. Peurifoy R.L., Construction Planning Equipment & Methods, TMH4. Verma Mahesh, Construction Equipments and its Planning & Application, Metropoliton Book Company New Delhi.
  12. 12. Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective Design of Industrial CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 III structures 5(B) Min. Marks-40 Duration: 3 hrsUNIT 1Planning of Industrial Structures, Loads, classification and types of buildings, braced and unbracedIndustrial buildings, industrial roof and floor systems.UNIT 2Design of Single & Multi-bay Industrial Structures in Concrete & SteelUNIT 3Chimneys, plate girder, Gantry girder.UNIT 4Towers: Material properties, tower configurations, Transmission line towers; microwave towers; guyedtowers, Hyperbolic cooling tower, codal provisions for design of towers.UNIT 5Structural aspect of machine foundations, tower foundationReference Books: 1. Ramchandra, Design of steel structures, Standard Book House, Delhi 2. Punmia B.C. and Jain A.K., Comprehensive Design of Steel Structures, Laxmi Publication (P) Ltd. New Delhi 3. William T. Segui, Design of steel structures, Cengage Learning India Private Ltd., New Delhi. 4. Varghese, Advanced RC Designs, PHI 5. Jaikrishna, Chandrasekaran, Elements of earthquake engineering. 6. Punmia B.C., Design of reinforced concrete, Laxmi Publication (P) Ltd. New DelhiCodes: latest versions 1. IS 800:2007, General consideration in steel –code of practice, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. 2. IS:802 Pt III 1978, Code of practice for use of structural steel in overhead transmission line tower, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. 3. IS: 4091 1979, Code of practice for design and construction of foundations for transmission line towers and poles, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. 4. IS:6533 (Pt2) 1989, Indian standard code of practice for design and construction of steel Chimney, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. 5. IS:6332: 1984, Code of practice for construction of floors and roofs using precast doubles - curved shell units, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi 6. IS:2204 :1962, Code of practice for construction of reinforced concrete shell roof, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi 7. IS: 456 Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi
  13. 13. 8. IS: 875 (Part I, II, III,) Code of practice for design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and Category Course Title Course Credits- Theory Paper of Code L T P Course Elective Maintenance and CE-520 3 1 - Max. Marks-100 III Rehabilitation of 5(C) Min. Marks-40 structures Duration: 3 hrs structures, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi 9. IS: 1893 Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures, Bureau of Indian Standards, New DelhiUNIT 1Maintenance and repair strategiesMaintenance, repair and rehabilitation, Facets of Maintenance, importance of Maintenance various aspectsof Inspection, Assessment procedure for evaluating a damaged structure, causes of deteriorationUNIT 2Serviceability and durability of concreteQuality assurance for concrete construction concrete properties- strength, permeability, thermalproperties and cracking. Effects due to climate, temperature, chemicals, corrosion, designand construction errors .Effects of cover thickness and crackingUNIT 3Materials for repairSpecial concretes and mortar, concrete chemicals, special elements for accelerated strengthgain, Expansive cement, polymer concrete, sulphur infiltrated concrete, ferro cement, Fibrereinforced concrete.UNIT 4Techniques for repair and demolitionRust eliminators and polymers coating for rebars during repair, foamed concrete, mortar and dry pack,vacuum concrete, Gunite and Shotcrete, Epoxy injection, Mortar repair for cracks, shoring andunderpinning. Methods of corrosion protection, corrosion inhibitors, corrosion resistant steels, coatingsand cathodic protection. Engineered demolition techniques for dilapidated structures, case studies.UNIT 5Repairs, rehabilitation and retrofitting of structuresRepairs to overcome low member strength, Deflection, Cracking, Chemical disruption, weathering,corrosion, wear, fire, leakage and marine exposure.References : 1. Denison Campbell, Allen and Harold Roper, Concrete Structures, Materials, Maintenance and Repair, Longman Scientific and Technical UK 2. Allen, R.T. and Edwards, S. C., Repairs of Concrete Structures, Blakie and Sons, UK 3. Shetty, M.S., Concrete Technology Theory and Practice, S. Chand and Company, New Delhi 4. Santhakumar, A.R., Training Course notes on Damage Assessment and repair in Low Cost Housing, RHDC-NBO, Anna University
  14. 14. 5. Raikar, R.N. Learning from failures Deficiencies in Design, Construction and Service R&D Center (SDCPL), Raikar Bhawan, Bombay6. Palaniappan, N., Estate Management, Anna Institute of Management, Chennai