RGPV CBGS 3rd Sem CE Syllabus  Civil Engineering Syllabus RGPV Credit Based Grading System B.Tech.
The Rajiv Gandhi Prodhoyogiki Vishavdhyalaya i.e RGPV now disclose the new scheme for 2nd year students who are admitted into the RGPV University as well as their affiliated institutes. The new scheme name is Credit Based Grading System (CBGS); under these scheme the university will give BTech degree to all 2nd year admitted students. It is very good news for all students and as we also known as the RGPV is one the largest government technical university of MP. More than 1 lacks candidates get Graduation as well as master degree from that university.
In this article we are going to share RGPV CBGS 3rd Sem Civil Engineering Syllabus for 2nd year students. In the RGPV CBGS 3rd sem there are 78 subjects in Civil Engineering branch i.e. Energy, Environment, Ecology & Society, Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Advance Surveying, & Remote Sensing, Geology, Rural Outreach (Internal Assessment), and NSS/NCC/Social
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RGPV CBGS 3rd Sem Civil Engg Syllabus
RAJIV GANDHI
PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based
Grading System
Civil Engineering,
IIISemester
BE3001 Energy,
Environment, Ecology & Society
Unit –I
Energy
Sources of Energy : Renewable & Non Renewable, Fossil fuel, Biomass
Geothermal, Hydrogen, Solar, Wind, hydal, nuclear sources.
Unit
–II
Ecosystem
– Segments of Environment: Atmosphere, hydrosphere, Lithosphere, biosphere.
Cycles in Ecosystem – Water, Carbon, Nitrogen. Biodiversity: Threats and
conservation,
Unit
–III
Air Pollution & Sound Pollution

Air
Pollution: Air pollutants, classification, (Primary & secondary Pollutants)
Adverse effects of pollutants. Causes of Air pollution chemical, photochemical,
Green house effect, ozone layer depletion, acid Rain.
Sound
Pollution: Causes, controlling measures, measurement of sound pollution
(deciblage), Industrial and non – industrial.
Unit
–IV
Water
Pollution– Water Pollution: Pollutants in water, adverse effects. Treatment of
Domestic & Industrial water effluent.
Soil
Pollution – Soil Profile, Pollutants in soil, their adverse effects,
controlling measures.
Unit
–V
Society,
Ethics & Human values– Impact of waste on society. Solid waste management
(Nuclear, Thermal, Plastic, medical, Agriculture, domestic and ewaste). Ethics
and moral values, ethical situations, objectives of ethics and its study .
Preliminary studies regarding Environmental Protection Acts , introduction to
value education, self exploration, sanyam & swasthya.
RGPV CBGS 3rd Sem Civil Engg Syllabus RGPV CBGS 2nd year Scheme
References:
1. Harris, CE, Prichard MS, Rabin’s MJ,
“Engineering Ethics”; Cengage Pub.
2. Rana SVS ; “Essentials of Ecology and
Environment”; PHI Pub.
3. Raynold, GW “Ethics in information
Technology”; Cengage.
4. Svakumar; Energy Environment &
Ethics in society; TMH
5. AK De “Environmental Chemistry”; New
Age Int. Publ.
6. BK Sharma, “Environmental Chemistry” ;
Goel Publ. House.
7. Bala Krishnamoorthy; “Environmental
management”; PHI
8. Gerard Kiely, “Environmental
Engineering” ; TMH
9. Miller GT JR; living in the Environment
Thomson/cengage
10. Cunninghan WP and MA; principles of
Environment Sc; TMH
11. Pandey, S.N. & Mishra, S.P.
Environment & Ecology, 2011, Ane Books , Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi
12. Joseph, B. Environmental Studies, 2009
Tata Mcgraw Hill, Edu India Ltd. New Delhi.
13. Gour R.R, Sangal, R &Bagaria, G.P. ,
Excel Books, A45, Naraina PhaseI ,New Delhi.110028
RAJIV
GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit
Based Grading System
Civil
Engineering, IIISemester
CE3002
Fluid Mechanics
COURSE
OBJECTIVE
To
understand the basic concepts of fluid mechanics for undergraduate students in
Civil Engineering. The course will begin with the fundamental concepts of fluid
flow and proceed to cover various flow phenomena and approaches to analyse the
flow phenomena. Some important applications shall also be covered.
COURSE CONTENT
Fundamental
Fluid Properties: Engineering units of measurement, mass, density, specific
weight, specific volume, specific gravity, surface tension, capillarity,
viscosity, bulk modulus of elasticity, pressure and vapour pressure. Fluid
Statics: Pressure at a point, pressure variation in static fluid, Absolute and
gauge pressure, manometers, Forces on plane and curved surfaces (Problems on
Gravity Dams and Tainter Gates), buoyant force, stability of floating and
submerged bodies, relative equilibrium.
Kinematics
and Dynamics of Flow: Introduction to basic lines  Streamlines, Streaklines,
Pathlines. Various types of fluid flow. Velocity potential function, Stream
function, Vorticity and Circulation, Flow net. Basic equations of fluid flow
like Energy equation, continuity equation and momentum equation. Bernoulli’s
equation and its applications.
Laminar
Flow and Turbulent Flow: Introduction to laminar & turbulent flow, Reynolds
experiment & Reynolds number. Velocity distribution, Laminar and turbulent
boundary layers and laminar sublayer, boundary layer concept, aging of pipes.
Losses due to sudden expansion and contraction, losses in pipe fittings
andvalves, concepts of equivalent length, hydraulic and energy gradient lines,
siphon, pipes in series, pipes in parallel, branching of pipes. Concept of
Water Hammer transmission of power.
Open
channels: Channel geometry and elements of channel section, velocity
distribution, energy in open channel flow, specific energy, types of flow,
critical flow and its computations, uniform flow and its computations, Chezy’s
and Manning’s formulae, determination of normal depth and velocity, Normal and
critical slopes, Economical sections. Basic assumptions and dynamic equations
of gradually varied flow, characteristics analysis and computations of flow
profiles, rapidly varied flow hydraulic jump in rectangular channels and its
basic characteristics, surges in open channels & channel flow routing.
Forces
on immersed bodies: Types of drag, drag on a sphere, a flat plate, a cylinder
and anaerofoil development of lift, lifting vanes, Magnus effect.
Fluid
Machines: Turbines: Classifications, definitions, similarity laws, specific
speed and unit quantities, Peltonwheel turbinetheir construction and
settings, speed regulation, dimensions of various elements, Action of jet,
torque, power and efficiency for ideal case, characteristic curves. Reaction
turbines: construction & setting, draft tube theory, runaway speed, simple
theory of design and characteristic curves, cavitation.
COURSE
OUTCOME:
Knowledge
of the basic concepts and principles of fluid mechanics.
Ability
to analyze fluid flow problems with the application of momentum and energy
equations.
Ability
to distinguish between various types of fluid flow. Ability to find solutions
to typical pipe flow problems
Basic
knowledge of hydraulic machines.
REFERENCES
Modi
& Seth , Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics ,Rajson’s Publication Pvt Ltd
A
K Jain, Fluid Mechanics: Including Hydraulic Machines, Khanna Publisher.
Subramanyam,Fluid Mechanics & hydraulic machines   Tata McGrawHill
R.J.Garde , Engg Fluid Mechanics , SCITECH Publishers Pvt Ltd
Merle
C. Potter, David C. Wiggert, Bassam H. Ramadan, Mechanics of Fluid, Cengage
Learning. John F. Douglas, J.M. Gasoriek, John Swaffield, Lynne Jack, Fluid
Mechanics, Pearson Education. K.R. Arora, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics and
Hydraulic Machines, Standard Publishers
Distributors..
Balchandran,
Engg Fluid Mechanics, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd
Ojha
& Chandramouli , Fluid Mechanics & Machinery , Oxford University Press
Fox, Mc Donald, Pritchard Fluid Mechanicas– Wiley India, New Delhi.
Narsimhan
S Fluid Mechanics –. – University Press, Mumbai.
Ratnam
Chanamala kothapalli A.V. Fluid Mechanics & Machniery –– I.K. International,
New Delhi.
Flow
Through Open Channel  Tata McGrawHill
S
K Som, G Biswas, Suman Chakraborty, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid
Machines, Tata McGraw Hill Education.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1. To Verify Bernoull’s equation.
2. To verify Impulse Imomentum equation.
3. To find out the terminal velocity of a spherical body in
water.
4. Calibration and study of Venturimeter.
5. Determination of Cc, Cv, Cd of Orifices
6. Draw characteristics Curves of Pelton Wheel Turbine.
7. Draw characteristics Curves of Francis Turbine.
8. Draw characteristics Curves of Kaplan Turbine.
9. Calibration of Nozzle meter and Mouth Piece
10. Reynolds experiment for demonstration of stream lines &
turbulent flow
11. Determination of metacentric height
12. Determination of Friction Factor of a pipe
13. Determination of coefficient of discharge for a broad crested
weir & to plot water surface profile over weir
RAJIV GANDHI
PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based
Grading System
Civil Engineering,
IIISemester
CE3003 Strength of
Materials
COURSE
OBJECTIVE
To
familiarize the student with the various stresses that may act on a material
such as compressive stress, tensile stress, tangential stress, etc and the
response of a material to each of these types. The course will define basic
concepts and calculations that will come handy in longterm to civil
engineering students.
COURSE CONTENT
Simple
Stress and Strains: Concept of Elastic body stress and Strain, Hooke’s law, Various
types of stress and strains, Elastic constants, Stresses in compound bars,
composite and tapering bars, Temperature stresses. Complex Stress and Strains
Two dimensional and three dimensional stress system. Normal and tangential
stresses, Principal Planes, Principal Stresses and Strains, Mohr’s circle of
stresses.
Bending
and Shearing Stresses: Theory of simple bending, Concept of pure bending and
bending stress, Equation of bending, Neutral axis, SectionModulus,
Differential equation of the elastic curve, Determination of bending stresses
in simply supported, Cantilever and Overhanging beams subjected to point load
and uniformly distributed loading, Bending stress distribution across a section
of beam, Shearing Stress and shear stress distribution across a section in
Beams.
Determination
of Slope and Deflection of beams by Double Integration Method, Macaulay’s
Method, Area Moment Method, Conjugate Beam Method, and Strain Energy Method,
Castiglione’s Method, and Unit Load Method.
Columns
and Struts: Theory of columns, Slenderness ratio, Direct and bending stresses
in short columns, Kern of a section. Buckling and stability, Euler’s
buckling/crippling load for columns with different end conditions, Rankin’s
formula, Eccentric loads and the Secant formulaImperfections in columns. Thin
Pressure Vessels: cylinders and spheres. Stress due to internal pressure,
Change in diameter and volume. Theories of failure.
Torsion
of Shafts: Concept of pure torsion, Torsion equation, Determination of shear
stress and angle of twist of shafts of circular section, Torsion of solid and
hollow circular shafts, Analyses of problems based on combined Bending and
Torsion. Unsymmetrical Bending: Principal moment of Inertia, Product of
Inertia, Bending of a beam in a plane which is not a plane of, symmetry. Shear
center; Curved beams: Pure bending of curved beams of rectangular, circular and
trapezoidal sections, Stress distribution and position of neutral axis.
COURSE
OUTCOME
An
ability to identify and compute various mechanical stresses in material and the
material’s response to each. An ability to apply this knowledge in science and
engineering models.
REFERENCE
1. Punmia B.C., Mechanics of Materials, ,
Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd.
2. S.S Bhavikaati, Strength of Materials,
Vikas Publisher, new Delhi
3. Rajput R. K., Strength of Materials, S.
Chand.
4. S. Ramamrutham, R. Narayanan, Strength
of Materials, Dhanpat Rai Publications.
5. R. Subramaniam, Strength of Materials,
Oxford University Press.
6. Sadhu Singh , Strength of Material ,
Khanna Publishers
7. Mubeen A , Mechanics of solids ,
Pearsons
8. D.S Prakash Rao, Strength of Material ,
University Press , Hyderabad
9. Debrath Nag, Strength of Material ,
Wiley
10. Jindal , Strength of Material , Pearsons.
11. Bansal R.K, Strength of Materials, Laxmi
Publisher, New Delhi.
12. Nash, W.A., Strength of Materials, Mcgraw
hills, New Delhi.
13. Chandramouli, Strength of Materials, PHI
learning
14. Dongre A.P., Strength of Materials,
Scitech, Chennai
15. Negi L. S ,Strength of Materials, McGraw
Hill Professional.
16. Raj Puroshattam, Strength of Material ,
Pearsons
17. J.M. Gere,.J. G. Barry Mechanics of
Material, Cengage Learning
LIST OF PRACTICALS
1. Study of Universal testing Machine
2. To determine the Compressive and Tensile Strength of
Materials.
3. To determine the Brinell Hardness of Materials.
4. To determine the Rockwell Hardness of Materials
5. To determine the Toughness of the materials.
6. To determine the stiffness of the spring.
7. To determine the deflection of Beam by the use of
deflectionbeam apparatus.
RAJIV
GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit
Based Grading System
Civil
Engineering, IIISemester
CE3004
Advance Surveying & Remote Sensing
COURSE
OBJECTIVE
To
introduce the student to the importance and objectives of surveying. The course
would begin with the basic concepts of surveying and move on to discuss
advancements such as GID and Remote Sensing.
COURSE CONTENTS
Introduction
:Basic Definitions of Surveying and Levelling , Principles , Classification of
surveying ,Methods of Linear Measurement Ranging , Accessories for linear
measurement ,Chain Surveying , Compass Surveying , Plane Table Surveying ,
Computation of Area and Volumes
Theodolite
Traversing & Types:Digital levels and theodolites, Electronic Distance
measurement (EDM), Total Station and Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Digital
Planimeter.
Control
Surveys:Providing frame work of control points, triangulation principle, co
naissance, selection and marking of stations, angle measurements and
corrections, baseline measurement and corrections, computation of sides,
precise traversing
GPS
Surveying: Introduction & components of GPS, Space segment, control segment
and user segment, Elements of Satellite based surveysMap datums, GPS
receivers, GPS observation methods and their advantages over conventional
methods.
Remote
Sensing & GIS : Principle, components, classification, remote sensing data
acquisition process, different types of remote sensing satellite imagery with
special relevance to Indian Remote Sensing Satellites (IRS) and applications.
GISDefinition, components and advantages.
COURSE
OUTCOME
The
student will be able to understand the basic principles of surveying and how
they are implemented in practice.
The
student will be able to adjust for errors that occur in practising of various
surveying methods.
The
student will be able to plan a survey for applications such as road alignment
and height of the building.
Surveying
Project  Student will go for a weeklong Surveying Camp and carry out a
Project Work. RGPV CBGS
3rd Sem Civil Engg Syllabus RGPV CBGS 2nd year Scheme
REFERENCES
1. B.C Punmia , Surveying VolII & III
,Laxmi Publication.
2. S.K. Duggal, Surveying Vol. II McGraw
Hill Publishing Company Ltd.
3. Saikia MD, Das BM, Das MM, Surveying,
McGraw hill
4. T.P. Kanetkar and S.V. Kulkarini
Surveying and LevelingPartI & II , Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.
5. Gopi A, Satikumar R Advance surveying,
Pearson
6. Remote Sensing and image interpretation
by Lillesand T.M. and Kiefer R.W.
7. R.Agor, Advance Surveying ,Khanna
Publisher
8. Chandra AM, Higher Surveying, New Age
International, new Dwlhi
9. Bhavikatti SS, Surveying and Levelling
Vol. II, I.K International
10. Venkatramaiah, Surveying, University
Press, Mumbai
11. Bhatta Basudeb, , Remote Sensing and GIS,
Oxford, New Delhi.
12. Subramanaian, Surveying & levelling,
Oxford, New Delhi.
13. Joseph George Fundamentals of Remote
Sensing
List of Practical
1. Measurement of Distance by Chaining and Ranging.
2. Locating Various Objects by Chain or CrossStaff Surveying.
3. Measurement of bearings of sides of traverse with prismatic
compass and computation of correct included angle.
4. Determination of elevation of various points with dumpy
level by collimation plane method and rise & fall method.
5. Fixing bench mark with respect to temporary bench mark with
dumpy level by fly levelling and check levelling.
6. Measurement of vertical angles with theodolite.
7. Determination of horizontal distance between two
inaccessible points with theodolite.
8. Locating given building by theodolite traversing.
RAJIV GANDHI
PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit
Based Grading System
Civil
Engineering, IIISemester
CE3005
Geology
COURSE
OBJECTIVE
To
study geological science and apply the same in the field of civil engineering.
The course begins with history of earth’s formation. It moves on to the
different types of soil found on earth and finally describes the various
applications of geological science in civil engineering. Also to make the
students familiar with remote sensing and geographical information system.
COURSE CONTENT
Introduction
and Physical Geology Objects and scope of geology. The crust and the interior
of the earth, origin and age of the earth, subaerial land, subterrain
weathering, denudation and deposition, wind, river, glacial and marine erosion,
volcanoes, soil, formation of soil profile ,geological classification of soil
and concept of earthquake, Plate tectonics.
Mineralogy
and Crystallography Fundamentals of mineralogy, study of common rock forming
minerals, ores and minerals of economic importance to civil engineering.
elements of crystallography and introduction to crystal systems.
Petrology:
Composition of earth’s crust, study of igneous, sedimentary and
Metamorphic
rocks and their formation, characteristics classification, Rocks of civil
engineering importance.
Geology
of India: Physical features of India, Brief geological history of India,
occurrence of important ores and minerals in India.
Structural
Geology: Structures related to rocks, Dip, Strike and outcrops, Classification
and detailed studies of geological structures i.e. folds, Faults, Joints,
Unconformity and their importance in Civil Engineering.
Applied
Geology: Introduction to applied geology and its use in civil engineering,
properties of rocks, selection of sites for roads, bridges, dams, reservoirs
and tunnels. Prevention of Engineering structures from seismic shocks,
stability of hill sides, water bearing strata, artesian wells, Use of
remotesensing techniques in selection of above sites.
COURSE
OUTCOME
1. Understanding of the role of geology in
design and construction processes.
2. Ability to apply geological concepts
and approaches to rock engineering projects.
3. Ability to identify and classify rocks
using basic geological classifications and understand the formation and
properties of each category.
4. Ability to use the geological
literature to establish the Geotechnical framework needed to properly design
and construct heavy civil engineering projects.
5. Understanding the application of remote
sensing and geographical information system in civil engineering projects.
REFERENCE
1. Parbin Singh – “Engineering and General
Geology”
2. S.K. Garg – “ A text Book of Physical
and Engineering Geology”
3. Varghese P.C., Engineering Geology for
civil engineering, PHI
4. A. Parthasarthy Engineering Geology,
Wiley
5. Duggal, Pandey and Rawal Engineering
Geology, Macgra Hill
6. Duggal SK, pandey, Rawal, Engineering
Geology, Mc Graw Hills
7. Kamith Vasudev, Engineering Geology,
University Press
8. Alam MM. Engineering Geology and Geo
Engineering, Axiom Books
9. Gangopadhay S., Engineering Geology,
Oxford
10. Gulati ; Geotechnical Engineering; TMH
11. P.K. Mukerjee – “ A text Book of Geology”
12. Das and Sobhan, Principles of
Geotechnical Engineering, Cengage Learning
13. Kueffer and Lillesand, Remote sensing and
Image interpretation
14.
. Understanding GIS, ISRI Publications.
15.
Valdiya K. S., Environmental Geology in Indian Context –Tata Mc Graw Hill
LIST OF EXPERIMENT
1. Identification of simple rockforming minerals and important
ores.
2. Identification of rocks.
3. Simple map Exercises.
4. Field Visit / Geological Excursion.
RGPV CBGS 3rd Sem CE Subject list
RGPV CBGS 3^{rd} Sem Subjects CE  Bachelor of Technology B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) 

S. NO.

Subject Code

Subject Name

1

BT3001

Energy, Environment, Ecology & Society

2

CE3002

Fluid Mechanics

3

CE 3003

Strength of Materials

4

CE 3004

Advance Surveying, & Remote
Sensing

5

CE3005

Geology

6

CE3006

Rural Outreach (Internal Assessment)

7

CE3007

NSS/NCC/Social Work (Internal Assessment)

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