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RGPV BCEM Syllabus BT 2004 BTech | New Scheme Based On AICTE Flexible Curricula Basic Civil Engineering & Mechanics 

As we know that the Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal i.e. RGPV is the biggest government technical University in the MP and it is only 1 government technical University in this state. The RGPV University present in the syamala Hills , Bhopal and all official work done only in the campus. It has many affiliated colleges which obey the all rules and regulations of that university.

                    In the current session RGPV launches new courses of those students who are taking admission under the RGPV University Credit Based Grading System (CBGS) and after the completion of that course student will get B. Tech degree from the RGPV University. 
               Here we Give the details of 1st year syllabus; please not it very carefully. and it is common for all branches like IT,EC,EE, EX,IP,IEM,CM,BT,BM, CS, EI / IC, CE, ME, FT, TX, AU,
MI, & AT (Information Technology, Electronics, electrical engineering, instrumentation, Bio medical, Mechanical, Fire technology, Textiles, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering Branches) .We are also advised to you please refer the official website of RGPV; of RGPV; i.e. www.rgpv.ac.in for more clarification.

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RGPV BCEM Syllabus - Code BT 204

Course Contents:

Unit I Building Materials & Construction

Stones, bricks, cement, lime, timber-types, properties, test & uses, laboratory tests concrete and mortar Materials: Workability, Strength properties of Concrete, Nominal proportion of Concrete preparation of concrete, compaction, curing.
Elements of Building Construction, Foundations conventional spread footings, RCC footings, brick masonry walls, plastering and pointing, floors, roofs, Doors, windows, lintels, staircases – types and their suitability

Unit II Surveying & Positioning:

Introduction to surveying Instruments – levels, thedolites, plane tables and related devices. Electronic surveying instruments etc. Measurement of distances – conventional and EDM methods, measurement of directions by different methods, measurement of elevations by different methods. Reciprocal leveling.

Unit III Mapping & sensing:

Mapping details and  contouring,  Profile  Cross  sectioning and  measurement of  areas,
volumes, application of measurements in quantity computations, Survey stations, Introduction of remote sensing and its applications.

Engineering Mechanics

Unit IV Forces and Equilibrium:

Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and non-concurrent Co- planner forces, free Diagram, Force Diagram and Bow’s notations, Application of Equilibrium Concepts: Analysis of plane Trusses: Method of joints, Method of Sections. Frictional force in equilibrium problems

Unit – V Centre of Gravity and moment of Inertia:

Centroid and Centre of Gravity, Moment Inertia of Area and Mass, Radius of Gyration, Introduction to product of Inertia and Principle Axes. Support Reactions, Shear force and bending moment Diagram for Cantilever & simply supported beam with concentrated, distributed load and Couple.

Reference Books:

1.         S. Ramamrutam & R.Narayanan; Basic Civil Engineering, Dhanpat Rai Pub.

2.         Prasad I.B., Applied Mechanics, Khanna Publication.
3.         Punmia, B.C., Surveying, Standard book depot.
4.         Shesha Prakash and Mogaveer; Elements of Civil Engg & Engg. Mechanics; PHI
5.         S.P,Timoshenko, Mechanics of stricture, East West press Pvt.Ltd.
6.         Surveying by Duggal – Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi.
7.         Building Construction by S.C. Rangwala- Charotar publications House, Anand.
8.         Building Construction by Grucharan Singh- Standard Book House, New Delhi
9.         Global Positioning System Principles and application- Gopi, TMH
10.       R.C. Hibbler – Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics.
11.       A. Boresi & Schmidt- Engineering Mechines- statics dynamics, Thomson’ Books
12.       R.K. Rajput, Engineering Mechanics S.Chand & Co.

List of suggestive core Experiments:

Students are expected to perform minimum ten experiments from the list suggested below by preferably selecting experiments from each unit of syllabus.
1.         To perform traverse surveying with prismatic compass, check for local attraction and determine corrected bearings and to balance the traverse by Bowditch’s rule.
2.         To perform leveling exercise by height of instrument of Rise and fall method.
3.         To measure horizontal and vertical angles in the field by using Theodolite.
4.         To determine (a) normal consistency (b) Initial and Final Setting time of a cement Sample.
5.         To determine the workability of fresh concrete of given proportions by slump test or compaction factor test.
6.         To determine the Compressive Strength of brick.
7.         To determine particle size distribution and fineness modulus of course and fine Aggregate.
8.         To verify the law of Triangle of forces and Lami’s theorem.
9.         To verify the law of parallelogram of forces.
10.       To verify law of polygon of forces
11.       To find the support reactions of a given truss and verify analytically.
12.       To determine support reaction and shear force at a given section of a simply Supported beam and verify in analytically using parallel beam apparatus.
13.       To determine the moment of inertia of fly wheel by falling weight method.
14.       To verify bending moment at a given section of a simply supported beam.

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