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Course Objectives: The objective of this lab is to teach the student usage of Auto cad and basic drawing fundamentals in various civil engineering applications, especially in building drawing.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Use the Autocad commands for drawing 2D & 3D building drawings required for different civil engg applications.

CO2: Plan and design a residential or public building as per the given

CO3:  Apply structural drawing of reinforced concrete elements such as beams.

CO4: Design structural drawing of Reinforced Concrete Elements such as Beams.

CO5: Apply structural drawing of reinforced concrete elements such as beams.

CO6: Design Structural drawings of steel elements such as Beams, Column Base and Roof Trusses

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

S.NO LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1 Drawing of building components like walls, lintels, Doors, and Windows. using CAD software
2 Drawing a plan of Building and dimensioning
3 Drawing a plan of a residential building using layers
4 Developing a 3-D plan from a given 2-D plan
5 Developing sections and elevations for given
6 Single storied buildings b) multi storied buildings
7 Auto CAD applications in surveying, mechanic etc.
8 Detailing of reinforcement in Cantilever, Simply supported and Continuous Beams (Both Singly & Doubly Reinforced Beams)
9 Detailing of reinforcement in canopy & columns (both uniaxial & biaxial)
10  Detailing of reinforcement in RC isolated footings square, rectangular, circular and combined footings.
11 Detailing of reinforcement in RC one-way, two-way slabs and dog-legged staircases.
12 Drafting of steel plate girder
13 Drafting of steel roof truss.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  • GIS - Software
  • STAAD PRO - Software

The objective of concrete laboratory is to determine the physical properties of building construction materials like cement, fine and coarse aggregate and strength characteristics of cement mortar, concrete and reinforced cement concrete. The tests include determination of specific gravity, fineness, normal consistency, setting times, workability and soundness of cement, fineness modulus of fine and coarse aggregate, strength of cement mortar, cement concrete and bricks, bending and flexural strength on concrete and non-destructive test on concrete. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction. They can design the mix, make the specimens and test the same for the strength for comparison with design strength. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course building materials and concrete technology.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Identify the physical properties of Portland cement by conducting relevant tests

CO2: Identify the properties of fine and coarse aggregates by conducting basic tests

CO3: Identify the properties of fresh concrete by conducting basic tests

CO4: Identify the properties of self-compacting concrete

CO5: Identify the properties of hardened concrete by conducting destructive and non

destructive tests.

CO6: To understand the procedure of designing the concrete mix of given specification of its ingredients along with appropriate water cement ratio and admixtures.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTS
1 Vicat Apparatus
2 Compaction factor apparatus 3 bucket
3 Slump Cone Apparatus
4 Compression testing machine
5 Autoclave Apparatus
6 Concrete mixer
7 Vee bee consistometer
8 V funnel
9 Flow Table
10 J Ring
11 L Box
12 Flexural testing beam
13 Canopus ultra-sonic pulse velocity
14 Rebound hammer
15 Cube moulds
16 Cylindrical moulds
17 Le chatlliers Apparatus
18 Longitudal Compressometer
19 Pycno Meter
20 Sieves set

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  • Ultra Sonic Pulse Velocity Test.

An ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) test is an in-situ, non-destructive test to check the quality of concrete and natural rocks. In this test, the strength and quality of concrete or rock is assessed by measuring the velocity of an ultrasonic pulse passing through a concrete structure or natural rock formation.

  • Longitude Comp. Meter.

This apparatus is used for determining strain and deformation characteristics of standard concrete cylinders of 150mm diameter x 300mm length. The compressometer consists of two frames for clamping to the specimen using five tightening screws with hardened and tapered ends.

Course Objectives:

The laboratory provides knowledge of estimating various parameters like PH, Chlorides, Sulphates, and Nitrates in water. For effective water treatment, the determination of optimum dosage of coagulant and chloride demand is also included. The estimation status of industrial effluents will also be taught in the laboratory by estimating BOD and COD of effluent.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Understand the importance of potable water, determine PH and Turbidity.

CO2: Conduct experiment to determine physical parameters of water.

CO3: Conduct experiment to determine chemical parameters of water.

CO4: Determine the parameters of wastewater, by conducting BOD, COD.

CO5: Understand and conduct various experiments to purify water.

CO6: Determine biological parameters of wastewater.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTS
1 PH METER
2 HOT AIR OVEN
3 MUFFLE FURNACE
4 UV VISIBLE SPECTRO METER
5 JAR TEST APPARATUS
6 BOD INCUBATOR
7 NEPHELO METER
8 CONDUCTIVITY METER
9 HOT PLATE
10 DO METER
11 MICRO BALANCE
12 AUTOCLAVE

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENT

  • Determination of free ammonia present in the water sample.

The objective of this laboratory is to study the geologic factors that affect the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of different civil engineering structures. In this laboratory, physical properties of minerals and rocks, geological properties like strike and dip of the bedding planes and study of different maps can be carried out. The basic ideas, learned about the geological conditions in a location will enable the students for proper design of foundations, location of ground water and design of structures for earthquake resistance. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course engineering geology

COURSE OUTCOMES:
On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Learn about the importance of Minerals

CO2: Understand the Physical Properties of Minerals

CO3: Differentiate various quality of Rocks

CO4: Observe and identify various Rocks

CO5: Draw various Sections for Geological Maps

CO6: Solve Simple Structural Geology Problems

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTS
1 Mineral Specimens
2 Rock Specimen
3 Hardness Collection Set of 9 Minerals
4 Structural Geology Models (as per annex)
5 Streak plates
6 Geological Charts

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  1. Study of Geological Structures like Faults and Folds.
  2. Study of Geological Structures like Tilted beds and Uniformities

Conduct experiments (in teams) in pipe flows and open-channel flows and interpreting data from model studies to prototype cases, as well as documenting them in engineering reports. Analyze a variety of practical fluid-flow devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design.Given the required flow rate and pressure rise, select the proper pump to optimize the pumping efficiency. To provide exposure to modern computational techniques in fluid dynamics To provide the students with a solid foundation in fluid flow principles. To provide the students’ knowledge in calculating performance analysis in turbines and pumps and can be used in power plants. Students can able to understand to analyze practical problems in all power plants and chemical industries

COURSE OUTCOMES:

CO1:  Understand the properties of Newtonian fluids and solve related numerical problems.

CO2:  Design analytical solutions to variety of simplified problems for flow of real fluids.

CO3:  Comprehend the dynamics of fluid flows and the governing non-dimensional parameters.

CO4:  Apply concepts of mass, momentum and energy conservation to flows.

CO5:  Grasp the basic ideas of turbulence.

CO6:  Measure fluid flow velocity, pressure and discharge.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S. NO. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
1 Vanes (Flat, Inclined and Hemi-spherical)
2 Pelton Wheel.
3 Francis Turbine.
4 Kaplan Turbine.
5 Single stage Centrifugal Pump.
6 Multistage Centrifugal Pump.
7 Reciprocating Pump.
8 Venturi meter.
9 Orifice meter.
10 Friction in pipeline.
11 Sudden contraction in a pipe
12 Bernoulli’s setup
13 Notches(Rectangular,Traingular,Trapezoidal)
14 Water hammer
15 Hydraulic jump

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  • Study on pressure fluctuations by water hammer

The objective of Geo-technical Engineering laboratory is to determine the physical and engineering properties of soil which are required for suitable design of foundations for any structure. Physical properties include specific gravity, moisture content, density and consistency limits namely, liquid, plastic and shrinkage limits of soil. The engineering properties include permeability, consolidation, compressibility, shear strength and bearing capacity of soil. By evaluating the properties of soil in the laboratory, students will be able to relate the concepts studied in the relevant theory course. Also, students can utilize the knowledge of both theory and practical in the field application to real problems. In this laboratory both laboratory and in-situ experiments can be conducted. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course Geo technical Engineering.

COURSE OUTCOMES

On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Classify the soil based on Index Properties of Soil

CO2: Calculate the Field and Dry Density of Cohesion-less and Cohesive soils.

CO3: Determine the Coefficient of Permeability of Coarse grained and Fine grained   soils & also Compressibility Characteristics of Soil.

CO4: Evaluate the Shear Strength Parameters of Soil.

CO5: Interpret the Engineering Properties of soil by Direct Shear Test

CO6: Demonstrate various Experiments on Consolidation of Soil.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT

S.NO. NAME OF EQUIPMENT
1 California bearing ratio test apparatus
2 Consolidation apparatus
3 Direct shear test apparatus
4 Shrinkage limit set
5 Vane shear test apparatus
6 Liquid limit test apparatus
7 Plastic limit test apparatus
8 Core cutter
9 Sand pouring cylinder apparatus
10 Brass sieves (4.75mm,2mm,1mm,600µ,425µ,300µ,150µ,75 µ)
11 Sieve shaker
12 Hydrometer apparatus
13 Permeability test apparatus(constant head &falling head)
14 Proctors standard compaction test apparatus
15 Proctors heavy compaction test apparatus
16 Electrical oven

The objective of transportation engineering laboratory is to determine the properties of coarse aggregates, bitumen and traffic volume studies. Experiments include tests for impact, abrasion and crushing strength for coarse aggregate and tests for penetration, ductility, viscosity, and softening point for bitumen and traffic volume studies. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction of road. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course transportation engineering.

COURSE OUTCOMES

On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Identify Engineering Properties of Aggregates

CO2: Identify the Grade & Properties of Bitumen.

CO3: Predict out the Peak Hour Traffic & Peak Time for a given location on the road.

CO4: Calculate Design Speed, Maximum Speed & Minimum Speed limits of a location through spot speed

CO5: Measure the Quality Control tests on Pavements and Pavement Materials

CO6: Examine various Specific Tests required for Field Application and Draw necessary inferences.

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

S. No Name of the Equipment
1 Abrasion Test Setup
2 Oven
3 Aggregate Impact Test Setup
4 Aggregate Crushing Value
5 Shape Test
6 Penetration test setup
7 Ductility test setup
8 Softening Point Setup
9 Marshall Stability Test
10 Traffic Volume Counts - Midblocks
11 Traffic Volume Counts - Junctions
12 Spot Speed Studies
13 Specific Gravity and Water Absorption

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS

  1. Attrition Test
  2. Level of Service at Intersections Based on v/c Ratio

The objective of surveying and geomatics laboratory is to make student familiar and competent enough to draw map in suitable scale by using different surveying instruments like total station, theodolite, auto level, global positioning system (GPS), geographical information system (GIS), electromagnetic distance measurement (EDM). It is primarily utilised to fix the national and state boundaries, chart coastlines, navigable streams and lakes, establishing control points, execute hydrographic and oceanographic charting and mapping, prepare topographic map of land surface of the earth, prepare plan or map of the area surveyed, collect field data, analyse and to calculate the field parameters for setting out operation of actual engineering works. Moreover, during execution, project of any magnitude is constructed along the lines and points established by surveying .Thus, surveying and geomatics is a basic requirement for all Civil Engineering projects.
The main objective of this study is to help students in gaining the practical experience by exposing them to various techniques of field surveying. The students will understand the concepts involved in the preparation of layouts, plans, maps etc.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: Learn about the importance of Surveying

CO2: Calculate angles, distances and levels.

CO3: Identify data collection methods and prepare field notes

CO4: Understand the working principles of survey instruments

CO5: Estimate measurement errors and apply corrections.

CO6: Interpret survey data and compute areas and volumes.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTS
1 Chains and Tapes
2 Prismatic Compass
3 Automatic Level with levelling staff
4 Transit Theodolite
5 Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM) Instruments
6 Total Station

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  1. Global Positioning System (GPS)
  2. Electronic Theodolite

The objective of the strength of materials lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments.  In this lab the experiments are performed to measure the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness, ductility etc. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the behavior of materials under different types of loading for different types of structures.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

On Successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

CO1: To understand the concepts and principles applied to members under various loadings and the effects of these loadings.

CO2: To Analyze and design structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, bending and combined stresses using the fundamental concepts of stress, strain and elastic behavior of materials.

CO3: conduct compression test on wood or concrete.

CO4: verification of Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem on beams.

CO5: Describe continuous beam deflection test.

CO6: Use of electrical resistance strain gauges.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT:

S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTS
1 UTM for conducting tension test on rods
2 Steel beam for flexure test
3 Wooden beam for flexure test
4 Torsion testing machine
5 Brinnell’s / Rock well’s hardness testing machine
6 Spring testing machine
7 Compression testing machine
8 Izod Impact machine
9 Shear testing machine
10 Beam setup for Maxwell’s theorem verification.
11 Continuous beam setup
12 Electrical Resistance gauges.
13 Bending test on Cantilever beam

ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS:

  1. Bending test on Cantilever beam

This experiment is to demonstrate the effect of distance at which the load acting from the fixed end on deflection of the beam the effects of young’s modulus of the material of the beam using different materials bars. The effect of the type of cross section on the deflection because of the effect of moment of inertia of the beam. Determine the bending stress.


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