Literature Essay

4974 words - 20 pages

3rd Semester
Course No.
Course Name
MA 201
Mathematics III
CE 201
Solid Mechanics
CE 203
Engineering Geology
CE 205
Civil Engineering Materials
CE 207
CE 231
Civil Engineering Materials Lab
CE 235
Surveying Laboratory
CE 233
Building Drawing and CAD lab.
SA 201
Total Credits
4th Semester
Course No.
MA 2xx
CE 202
CE 204
CE 206
CE 208
CE 232
CE 234
SA 202

5th Semester
Course No.
CE 301
CE 303
CE 305
CE 307
CE 309
CE 331
CE 333


Course Name
Numerical Methods
Structural Analysis I
Environmental Engineering ...view middle of the document...

Total Credits


Course No.
CE xxx
CE xxx
HS 4xx
CE 432

Course Name
Departmental Elective III
Departmental Elective IV
Open Elective II
Total Credits




8th Semester





Water Pollution: Water quality, physical, chemical & biological characteristics of water & waste water, ground
water pollution, water borne diseases.
Air & Noise Pollution: Primary & secondary air pollutants, sources, effects & control of- carbon monoxide,
nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide & particulates, Air quality standards, global warming, acid rain,
El Nino, ozone hole. Classification and measurement of noise, effects of noise pollution on human, control of
noise pollution.
Energy & Solid Waste Management: Conventional energy resources- coal, thermal, petroleum,
hydroelectricity, nuclear power, wood, non conventional sources- solar, biogas, wind, ocean & tidal energy,
geothermal energy. Hazardous and non hazardous solid waste management. Environmental laws and acts.
Disaster Management
Elements of Engineering Seismology: Earthquake Occurrence in the world, causes, Plate tectonics, Earthquake
mechanism, seismic zoning map of India and its use.
Earthquake phenomenon: Focus, epicenter, seismic waves, magnitude, intensity scale its co-relation with ground
acceleration. Guide lines on construction Earthquake resistant Houses, Seismic Hazard assessment and do's for
protection of life and property during disaster. Land slide :- Geo-technical aspect of landslides and control of
Landslide Hazard. Flood :- Flood Control as a measure of Disaster management and Mitigation. Cyclone and
Fire :- Cyclone Disaster Mitigation and ensuring wind and fire hazard safety during disaster.
1. Rana. S.V.S., ?Essentials of Ecology & Environment Science, PHI Publications.
2. Basak Anindita, ?Environmental Studies?, Pearson Education South Asia.
1. Subramanian. V, ?A Text Book of Environmental Science?, Narosa Publishing House.
2. De Anil Kumar & De Arnab Kumar, ?Environmental Studies?, New Age International (P) Ltd.
1. Narayan, Disaster Management, APH Publishing Corporation


Murthy, Disaster Management, Deep & Deep
Nijuj Kumar, Disaster Management, Alfa Publication

CE 201 SOLID MECHANICS (3-1-0-8)
Force Transmission and Deformation, continuum, isotropy, homogeneity, conservation of linear momentum,
angular momentum and mass, Cauchy Axiom and definition of stress tensor, equation of equilibrium, Principal
stress and Principal plane, Strain at a Point: Displacement of a point and relative displacement of line segments,
Green Lagrange strain tensor and small strain tensor, Compatibility requirements, Constitutive relations,
Relationships between various material...

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