5th Semester Civil Engineering (2013-December) Question Papers


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5th Semester Civil Engineering (2013-December) Question Papers

  1. 1. 10AL51 USN Fifth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.2013 lJan.20l4 Management and Entrepreneurship Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100 Note: Answer FIVEfull questions, selecting at least TWO questionsfrom each part. () PART _ A . ,r... (05 Marks) Define management. Write various characteristics of management. Briefly.,plplain the various levels and skills required at different mapp -e_ment levels. fDAD'Tt .9 () Eta- = PD. 3 E oL. Explain thb various functions of A I ',,i ' (05 Marks) (10 Marks) planning. (05 Marks) (05 Marks) management. . t,, (.) 6Ar &5L4. o'= D. Ee c. -€ :E& 3 (o+ a. 3 o0 Define planning'd:discuss its importance. Write differences between strategic planning and tactical Explain various steps bfplanning. ", t,, (10 Marks) I E^a 9d otr -O b. C. What is an organization? Eiplain the purpose and nature of an organ:r;ation. (05 Marks) (05 Marks) What are principles of organization? (10 Marks) Briefly explain the steps in the selection procedure. =P *i EE 4 a. b. =.9 Yo'!. o6) Explain Maslow's theory of motivation.' What are the qualities of a good leader? Briefly explain the essentials of sound controlling. -! 9pq #b >F eq 5 PART a. b. L= :) 'ts C. 9= tro-i 6c6 o.j aB- 6 a. D. 6vw. a= 68, EE 7 !o a. >'! LW :" (,= qii B What are the qualities of.an entrepreneur? Explain the tlpes of entrepreneur. Explain the variotis Stages in entrepreneurial process. Enumerat€ih€ characteristics of small scale industries. Describethe objectives of small scale industries in India. Explain ths steps involved in setting up a small scale industry. Marks) Marks) Marks) (05 Marks) (05 Marks) (10 Marks) ,"Mention important central and Karnataka state government institutions providing pupport to SSIs. o.qp - b. c. :o v9 o- (05 Marks) What are the objectives and functions of KIADB? Write short notes on any two: (05 Marks) ii) iii) Lr< Karnataka State Small Industries Development Corporation (KSSIDC). District Industries Centre (DIC). (10 Marks) -C o 9 ED. LA o. 8a. Write various points to be considered for project identification. Write differences between PERT and CPM. Explain in detail the contents of "Project Report". (05 Marks) (05 Marks) (10 Marks)
  2. 2. 10cv52 USN Fifth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.2013 lJan.20l4 Design of RGC Structural Elements Time: 3 hrs. Note: c) o () Max. Marks:100 Answer FIYEfull questions, selecting at least TWO questions from each part. 2. Use of 15456-2000 and its design Aid (SP-16) p,ermitted. 3. Assume the missing data suitably. l. rAI1'I -A PART - A @ o () I a. Explain in detail the necessity of considering partial safety factor in the limit state method b. c. Explain the terms singly reinforced beam and doubly reinforced beam with neat ! (,X dv o0" troo .:N hao gcl oi 2 a. -O b. {t^ a:: oO do ooi 3a. b. -o >6 -O :?o 'ia or: cO ^X c. .= o.j o= i, lE !o 5.Y >.tr oo' eb0 4 o- o- ;i tr> :o o- J< O a Z o design. of (04 Marks) rO?l;hr.u, Obtain the expression for the limiting depth of neutral axis, Mr limit and limiting percentage (12 Marks) of steel for M25 grade concrete and Fe41 5 steel. Derive the expression for developmental len$th in tension. Calculate development length fbr (06 Marks) 24mmdia HYSD bars and Fe500 subjected to compression for M25. Design a doubly reinforced beam of limited depth 440mm. The beam is subjected to a factored moment of 600 kNm. The stess in compression steel is 353 N/mm2. Take effective depth of 50mm both at compression and tension. Draw the sketch showing reinforcement (14 Marks) details. M2D and Fe415 graders, (04 Marks) Explain short term deflection and long term deflection A reinforced concrete beam of cross-section (300 x 600)mm overall is reinforced with 3 bars of 20mm HYSD bars of Fe415 grade on tension side with an effective cover of 50mm. Compute.short term deflection of the beam at mid span, consisting of service load of 20kN/m and concentrated load of 25kN at the centre of span. The beam is simply supported (10 Marks) over a span of 5m. Use M20 grade concrete and Fe415 steel. Calculate the crackwidth directly under the bar on tension face at the location of max bending moment in the beam of b : 300mm, D : 600mm, off cover on comp. side (d'): 37.5mm, Ast - 3 bars of 20mm dia bars. M: 200 kNm, Ast: 1885 mm2. (06 Marks) A T beam whose flange width is 1500mm, depth of flange is 100mm, rib width is 300mm is reinforced with 4 bars of 25mm dia at an effective depth of 560mm. Find moment of resistance of T-beam for M20 grade concrete and Fe415 steel. Also find moment of resistance if it is 5 bars of 25 dia. Ast and for M15 grade. (20 Marks) PART _ B c.l 5 Design a slab over a room measuring (6.15 x 4.65)meffective. The slab is supported on masonry walls with adequate restraint and corners are held down. The live load on the slab wlth restramt ancl dor is 3kN/m2. M20 and f'e+i5 grade materials are used. Sketch the inforcement. 1 of2
  3. 3. 06cvs3 USN Fifth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.2013 lJan.2ol[ Structural Analysis - ll Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100 Note: 1. Answer FIVE full questions, selecting at lesst TWO questions from each part. 2. Missing data, rf uny, may suitably be assumed. 6) o o (! I a. o o ! The following system of loads move from left to right on a 15 m span. the 40 kN load leading as,shown in Fig.Ql(a). For a section'C' 4m from the left support, determine the (i) maximum bending moment (ii) maximum negative and positive S.F. (12 Marks) ?6 (( 6o 5a ox -; 1,'-'{t1 =r) tl io Aol.a *"1'*/ eca -bO io oi FO b. *,a aX o() bot ,6 Analyse the continuous beam loaded as shown inlnig qZ by the slope deflection method. Support B sinks by 10 mm,'iake E:2x10s N/mm2 urd I - torto? *-4. Sk.t"h the B.M. and S.F. 6r oX o Fig.Ql(a) Fig.e2 Draw the ILD for shear force and B.M. for a section at 5 m from left end of a simply supported beam 20 m long. Henc0 calculate the maximum S.F. and maximum B.M. at the section due to an UDL of length 8 m and intensity 10 kN/m. (08 Marks) diagrams. (20 Marks) Analyse the frame show in Fig.Q3 by moment distribution *.tnoa. Draw the B.M. diagram and S.F. diagrams. (20 Marks) zq lrrr|,"l --, atE €F !o x-9 ^: tro0 o= tr> oJ< Q^U-J-- 3r'r @ f ,v---- qro *,,N (.) Fig.Q3 Fig.Qa -7 1- o J Analyse the frame shown in Fig.Q4 by moment distribution method and draw bending moment diagram. (20 Marks) I of2
  4. 4. 06cv53 PART _ B 5 Analyse the continuous beam Ioaded as shown in Fig.Q5 by Kani's method and draw B.M.Dr (20 M*rks) eoirx rol,r aJs" ',. t' d-rn 4"1 @ @ .::::...:: ts[*1*, Fig.Qs rll t'i i ' Using matrix flexibrilily method, determine the forces in the members of truss and also determine reactions at supports Take reaction at support A as redundant. ,q and E are the same for all members. ,,, , ,,,, (20 Marks) F'io f)6 ''6'Y" Analyse the rrgi ''" . Fig.Q7 jointed plane frame shown in Fig.Q7, by stiffneisirnethod. Draw B.M.D. ,, 8a. ::: DefiAe' the following terms: Free (ii) Forced vibration. li) Aperiodic motion (iv) (v) Natural vibration (iii) Periodic ,,,,, (20 Marks) motion period (vi) Degrees of freedom. b. Write the differential equation of motion of a spring mass-dash pot c. A mass m is attached to the mid-point of system. 12Marks) 1o'+;ffir*g of length L. The mass of the beam is smrl|il in comparison to m. Determine the spring constant and the frequency of the free vibratio, oi,' the beam in the vertical direction. The beam has uniform EI. [Refer Fig.Q8(c)]. (04 Marks) a beam re G-l Fig.Q8(c) *rr*rF* 2 of2
  5. 5. 10cv54 USN Fifth Semester B.E. f)egree Examination, Dec.2013 /Jan.20l4 Geotechnical Engineering - I Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100 N ot (J o o ! a () = o ! E9 1 : A n s w er F{{r' {:Nf,:;:'f;il'":::;'frr,, PART _ A 'With the help of soil tluee-phase diagram explain: (i) Water content (ii) Air content a. (iii) Degree of saturation (iv) Relative density (08 Marks) b. With usual notations, derive the relationship (1- n" )Gy, (06 Marks) Ta= I +roG c. A fully saturated soil sample has a water content of 35o/o and specific gravity of 2-65. Determine its porosity, saturated unit weight and dry unit a. b. de -o oo e rr =* .=N c0$ gil otri -O c. o= weight. (06 Marks) Define : (i) Liquid limit (ii) Shrinkage limit (iii) Relative consistency (iv) Shrinkage ratio. (08 Marks) Draw the grain size distfibution curve and determine the uniformity co-efficient and (08 Marks) co-effilclem of curvatt e o :ient Or C ure ofthe soil for the follo w ing data: soll, Sieve size (mm) 2.4 1.2 0.6 0_3 0.15 0.075 Pan (g) Mass of soil retained 5 25 215 225 0 25 0.5 A soil has a plastic limit of 25oh and a plasticity index of 30o/o.If the natural water content of the soil is 34o/o, determine its consistency index and liquidity index. (04 Marks) a: oC, b0c 3a. b. c. a6 OE lq !o .= Y,, ^: co0 o= o.B Xo o U< 0) o z = o E o.l 4a. b. c. ' :70o/o 08o% 1io-'t**' /u 3.":f:';#rp: 3 Explain the factors affecting permeability. Explain Quick Sand phenomenon. ilf;: orv oJ ?.9 6: -rE Explain field identification of soils. (08 Marks) What are the different types of clay minerals commonly found in soils? Explain any one with their structure. (06 Marks) Classify the following soils with IS system of classification: Soil A : Liquid limit : 38% and Plastic limit:20o/o ,/ Soil B : Liquid limit : 18% and Plastic limir: l2oh fS", is", Soil C : Passing through 4.75 mmIS sieve u)t /6, -.,q{q; Tr : PasSing through 0.075 mm IS sieve 1l![ ce[.6]'s" ]." ,lr!,1 (06 Marks) .__-4 ., (08 Marks) '{t 6 i,4q9-' -8 11,ui:f)- In a falling head permeability test, head causing flow was initially 500 mm and it drops 20 mm in 5 minutes. Calculate the time required for the head to fall to 250 5a. b. c. (06 Marks) Panr - s mm? (06 Marks) (08 Marks) Discuss the effect of compaction on different properties of soil. (04 Marks) Differentiate between standard and modified proctor tests. The observations of a standard atrons lr test are iven belo Dry density kN/m' 16.16 17.06 18.61 18.95 18.78 17.t3 Water content (%o) 5.02 8.81 11.25 13.0s 14.40 19.25 (i) Plot the compaction curve and determine optimum moisture content. (ii) Also compute the void-ratio and degree of saturation at optimum condition. Take (08 Marks) G:2.77
  6. 6. 10cv54 a. b. c. Differentiate compaction from consolidation. (06 Marks) Explain the significance of pre-consolidation pressure. Describe the Casagrande method of determining it. (08 Marks) A bed of compressible clay. 4 m thick has pervious sand on the top and impervious rock at the bottom. In a consolidation test on an undisturbed sample of clay from this deposit, 907o settlement was reached in 4 hours. The sample was 20 mm thick. Estimate the time in years for the building founded over this deposit to reach 90% of its final settlement. (06 Marks) b. Explain sensitivity and thixotscopy of clay. Explain total, neutral and effective stresses in soil. What is the significance c. The stresses on a failure plane in a drained test on a cohesionless soil are as under: la. stresS? (o) with the majolprincipal plane. Also find the major"and minor principal a. b. c. of effective (06 Marks) : 100 kN/# :40 kN/m2 Shear stress (r) (i) Determihe the angle of shearing resistance Normal,,ptres-s (06 Marks) and the angle which the failure plane makes (08 Marks) stresses. What are the advantages and disadvantages of direcl shear test over triaxial test? (06 Marks) What are curve fitting methods used in consolidation test? Explain any one, with neat sketches. (08 Marks; A shear vane of 75 mm diameter and I 10'mm length was used to measure the shear strength of a soft clay. If a torque of 600 N-m was required to shear the soil, calculate the shear strength. The vane was then rotated rapidly to cause remoulding of the soil. The torque required in the remoulded state was 200 N-m. Determine the sensitivity of the soil. ', ' ' -',i :: (06 Marks)
  7. 7. 10cv55 USN Fifth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.2013 / Jan.2Ol4 Hydrology and lrrigation Engineering ;"" (f o Note: l. Answer any FIVEfull questions, selecting atleast TI,I/O question from each port. 2. Assume any missing data suitably. (.) = (.) 6e 3 bol ioa "":" Max. Markq,ll00 (,) ! a Eg ': ,i, " ""'::' PART - A Define Rain gauge. Describe with a neat sketch the principle of ,w6r[ing of Symon's non recording gaqge and its demerits. (08 Marks) Define Precipitdlion. Explain the different forms of precipitation. (06 Marks) tso ()tr lo og 6oKc* | ea r*' B. 60K@! a: 6.5co oo) IJU b0tr cB(d iL v a6 3(.) or: ^X o.l a-to atE !o =E o.r >(H boo =bO o= qo tr> xo UL J< -N O o Z 1i o Define evaporalion. With a neat sketch. explain the measurement of evaporation using IS class A p&n. ,,,,, (07 Marks) Explain factorS affecting infiltration capacity. (07 Marks) A 6h st.o, qry producing rain fall intensities of 7 , 18, 25 , 12, 1 0 and 3mrr/h in successive one h6uf.ffierval over a basin of 800sq.km. The resulting runoff is obseived to be 2640 ha.m. ::::::,, (06 Marks) Deleimine the $ - index for the basin. Define unit hydrograph. Derive the unit hydrograph from an isolated storm. (06 Marks) Explain in detail the various methods of base flow separation. (08 Marks) In a typical 4 hr storm producing 5im of run off from a basin. The flow in the stream area is as follows. (06 Marks) Time in hr 4 0 2 6 8 12 t6 20 Flow in cumec 0.0 t.25 4.25 6.75 5.60 3.50 1.3s 1.0 Define flood. Explain factors affecting flood. (04 Marks) Give three empirical formula that are commonly used to estimate the design flood? Also specify the regions in India, where they are applied and range of coefficient values in the equation. (10 Marks) Differentiate between : i) Channel routing and Reservoir routing ii) Droson storage and Wedge storage. (06 Marks)
  8. 8. 10cv55 PART - B a. Define the term irrigation. Briefly describe the factors which necessitate the irrigation. b. Explain any three of the following ',c. a (08 Marks) : i) Well irrigation ii) Tube irrigation galleries ir) Sewage irrigation v) Lift irrigation. Write a note on Environmental impacts of irrigation. iii) Infiltration (06 Marks) f06 Marks) Wrth a neat sketch, describe soil profile and add a note on physical propertits of soils. ,:,,,,,,, (08 Marks) (06 Marks) soils. c. Determirto the fiequency of irrigation from the following data : i) Field capacity of soil : 35;% ii) Permanent writing point : 18% iii) Density of soil : 1.5glcm3 iv) Depth of root zone :30cm v) Daily consumption use of water : 17mm. (06 Marks) b. la. b. c. pisCubs briefly the classification of Indian (06 Marks) Discuss various methods of assessment of irrigation water. Explain in detail irrlgaiion efficiency and add a note"ohcrop seasons of India. (08 Marks) A channel is to be designe'd fur irrigating 5000 hectafes in Kharif crop and 4000 hectares in Rabi crop. The water requirement for Kharif and Rabi are 60cm and 25cm respectively. The Kor period for Kharif is 3 weeks and for Rabi is 4 weeks. Determine the discharge of the channel for which is to be designed. (06 Marks) 8a. Define canal. Discuss the various types of canals. (08 Marks) Write a note on alignments of canals. (06 Marks) c. What is meant by Design of canals and write a note on comparison between Kenned's and Lacey's theory. (06 Marks) b. : .:
  9. 9. 10cv56 USN Fifth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.2013 I Jan.2014 Transportation Engineering - I qJ. ,,.D o Time: 3 hrs. cB ! Note: l. Answer any FIVEfull questions, selecting atleast Tll/O questions from each part. 2. Any missing data may be suitably assumed. ',, () o L ox la. d9 ..o bol troo .= C.I ,: OO Y() oi -o PART - A Expraln1[€ varlous cnaraoterlsucs or roau Lransport. Explain,lhe various characteristics of road transport. ,,,.. .is_q b. Explainbriefly the contribution of the following in the road development in India. (08 Marks) i) Indian Rgads Congress iD Central Road Research Institute. (06 Marks) c. Discuss the role of,transportation in the development of a country. ,,"',, 2a. b. c. o> *,;!Y oO (06 Marks) Write a note on road patterns. Explain briefly the objeetives and the functions of :,,i) PMGSY ii) K SHIP. (06 Marks) Four new road links A, B, C and D are to be constructed during a 5 year plan period. Suggest the order of priofity f,or phasing 1he . road construction programme based on maximum utility approach. Assume utility units of 0.5, 1.0,2 and 4 for the four population ranges and 1 per 1000 tonnes,500 tonnesand 100 tonnes of agricultural, raw material and boi (08 Marks) >€ .G Road link Length km OE ^X A o.l B 70 45 o= C 65 D 60, SF !o 5af >'! bo -trou o= o. ii tr> o- 3a. Write No. of villages served Productivity served, in tonnes population range with < 500 5Gl- 1001 Agricultural Raw Industrial ,,t000 2000 products 2000 material a .,8CI00 30 ,' 18 8 I 000 4000 -) 11 . 7 23 7 5 38 4 -l a note on engineering surveys 6 a J 6000 1000 1600 5 4s00 4000 2000 ,,,6000 3200 s00 -) to be conducted in a highway alignrnent. (05 Marks) highway. (06 Marks) iii) Overtaking zone. . (OgMarks) b. Explain the various factors governing the geometric design of a c. ,Explain the objectives of providing : Camber Shoulders i) ii) "' (r< *N List the objects of providing : i) Super elevation ii) Extra widening of pavement on horizontal curves. (06 Marks) b. Why vertical curves are provided? Explain different types of vertical curves. (05 Marks) c. A NH passing through a flat terrain has a horizontal curve of radius equal to the rulin$minimum radius. If the design speed is 100 kmph, calculate the i) Design super elevation ii) Extra widening and iiD Length of transition curve by making suitable assumptions. a. o o z lJ' (09 Marks) 5a. PART. B Write a note on HRB soil classification. b. Differentiate between : i) Bitumen and Tar i0 Cut back and I of2 emulsion. (06 Marks) (06 Marks)
  10. 10. 10cv56 Following test data is collected in a soil subgrade specimen. Plot the data and determine the (08 Marks) CBR value. 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 4.0 5.0 7.5 10.00 12.50 Penetration 0 (mm) 49 5l 67 75.2 89.0 99.s 106.5 0 16.2 28.t 40 5 Load (ke) c. 6 a. :," b. c. Draw the typical cross - section of highway flexible pavement and explain the function of (06 Marks) €ach one of these. (06 Marks) in pavement design. W&al is ESWL? Explain its significance Calculate the warping stresses at interior, edge and corner region in a 25cm thick concrete pur.*eirt with transverse joints at 1 I m interval and longitudinal joints at 3.6minterval. The modulus of subgrade reaction is 6.9kg/cm'. Assume temperature difference for day conditions to be 0.60C per cm of slab thickness. Assume radirs of loaded area as 15cm. (08 Marks) C,:1.03 and Q,,:= 0.55, E:3 * 105kg/cm2, p:0.15. " a. Write the specifications for materials and step by step construction procedure for (06 Marks) Bituminous concrete. b. What is WMM? Describe the rnethod of constructin$ wet mix Macadam roads. (06 Marks) c. Indicate any two methods of sub surface drainagb. Explain with sketches. (08 Marks) a. b. c. (06 Marks) Write a note on NPV method. I (06 Marks) Briefly explain the various highway,user bene{its. Compare the annual costs of two'tibes of pavements given below : D WBM with thin bituminous su/face at a total cost of Rs 3 lakhs per km, Life of 10 years, interest at 70%:o, salvage value of Rs 1 lakhafur 10 years, annual average maintenance cost of Rs 0.5 lakhs per km and ii) Bituminous Macadam base and bituminous concrete surface with total cost of Rs 5 lakhs per km, life of ,1'5,years, interest at 8Yo, salvage value of Rs 2 lakhs at the end of 15 years, annuaf iiveiage maintenance cost of Rs 0.3 lakhs per km. (08 Marks) **Jr:lr( ) af)