Diploma (Civil) Syllabus
Semester III

COURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDITS

JDCE301
Elementary Electrical & Mechanical Engineering:
UNITI
Elements of Mechanical Engineering: Construction and working of I.C. Engines, their classifications (2 stroke and 4 stroke),details of 4 stroke I.C. Engines, Types of compressors and their uses Different type of gears and their applications, Various types of bearings & their uses
UNITII
Conveyers, hoists and other material handling equipmentstheir functioning and uses, Different kinds of lathes, shaper machines , planer machines and drilling machines, Different kinds of Jacks & Hammers and their uses.
UNITIII
Elements of Electrical Engineering: AC Machines: Transformers, Alternators, Induction Motor  their types, uses and Physical & Electrical Specification, General idea of electrical measuring instruments like Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter and Merger and their uses
UNITIV
Different types of lamps like incandescent lamps, sodium vapour lamps, florescent tube, Halogen lamps  CFL, their merits, demerits and use, Bye laws pertaining to electrical installations, Fans and AC's different types of artificial lighting systems, Lighting systems for residential buildings, public building, schools, colleges, hotels, hospital, exhibition hall, library etc,(IS)
UNITV
Simple electrical circuits used in house wiring, Earthlings  need and procedure, Safety against electrical shocks.
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JDCE302
Strength of Materials:
UNITI
Principal Stress and Principal Planes: Principal stress and principal plane under direct and shear stress, Graphical determination by Mohr's circle method.
Bending Moment and Shear Force: Concept of a beam, and supports , Types of Beams, Types of loads, Concept of Bending Moment & Shear Force, Sign conventions, Bending moment and shear force diagrams subjected to loads, Relationship between load, shear force and bending moment, Point of maximum BM, and contra flexure, concept of fixed and continuous beams.UNITII
Bending and Shear Stresses: Assumption of theory of simple bending, Derivation of the Bending equation, Concept of centroid and second moment of area, Radius of gyration, Theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes, Second Moment of area for sections, Moment of resistance, section modulus and permissible bending stresses, Bending stresses in different sections, Comparison of strength of the above sections, Concept of shear stresses in beams, Shear stress distribution in different sections.Combined Direct & Bending Stresses: Concentric and eccentric loads, eccentricity, effect of eccentric load on the section, middle third rule; Stresses due to eccentric loads, Examples in the case of short columns, chimneys and dams.
UNITIII
Slopes and Deflections of Beams: Definition of slope and deflection, sign convention, Circular bending, Calculation of maximum slope and deflection for the following standard cases by double integration or moment area method.
UNITIV
Column & Strut: Definition of long column, short column and strut, slenderness ratio, equivalent length, critical load, collapse Load, End conditions of column, Application of Eular's and Rankine's formula (no derivation), simple numerical problems based on Euler's and Rankine's formulae.
UNITV
Torsion: Definition of torque and angle of twist, Derivation of torsion equation, Polar moment of inertia, Strength of hollow and solid shaft, advantage of a hollow shaft over a solid shaft, Comparison of weights of solid and hollow shafts for same strength, Horse Power transmitted, Calculation of shaft diameter for a given Horse Power,Fixed and Continuous Beam: Effect of fixing and continuity, fixed beams with point loads and U,D, Load, Continuous beam of uniform section covering three spans with free ends (supports being at the same level) B,M, & S,F, Diagram, Points of Contraflexure of fixed and continuous beams.
Books:
 1. “Strength of Materials – R,K, Rajput
 2. “Strength of Materials – R,S, Khurmi
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JDCE303
Hydraulics:
UNITI
Introduction: Fluid: Real fluid, ideal fluid, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics, Hydrostatics, Hydro kinematics and Hydrodynamics. Properties of Fluids, Hydrostatic Pressure: Pressure, intensity of pressure, pressure head, Pascal's law and its applications, Total pressure, resultant pressure, and centre of pressure, Total pressure and centre of pressure on vertical and inclined plane surfaces.
UNITII
Measurement of Pressure Atmospheric pressure, gauge pressure, vacuum pressure and absolute pressure Fundamental of Fluid Flow Types of Flow: Steady and unsteady flow Laminar and Turbulent flow Uniform and Nonuniform flow, Discharge and continuity equation (flow equation) Types of hydraulic energy, Potential energy, Kinetic energy, Pressure energy Bernoulli's theorem; statement and description (without proof of theorems), Venturimeter (horizontal and inclined) and Orifice Plate meter.
UNITIII
Orifice: Definition of Orifice, and types of Orifices, Hydraulic Coefficients, Large vertical orifices, Free, Drowned and Partially drowned orifice, Time of emptying a rectangular/circular tank with flat bottom.
Flow through Pipes: Definition, laminar and turbulent flow explained through Reynold's Experiment, Reynolds Number, critical velocity and velocity distribution, Head Losses in pipes, Hydraulic gradient line and total energy line, Flow from one reservoir to another through long pipe of uniform and composite section, Water Hammer Phenomenon and its effects.UNITIV
Flow through open channels: Definition of a channel, uniform flow and open channel flow, Discharge through channels using: Chezy's formula, Manning's formula, Most economical sections: Rectangular, Trapezoidal.
UNITV
Flow Measurements: Measurement of velocity, Measurement of Discharge, Difference between notches and orifices, Discharge formulae for different notches, and conditions for their use, Measurement of discharge by weirs, Difference between notch, weir and barrage, Discharge formula for free, drowned, and broad crested weir with and without end contractions; velocity of approach and condition of their use, Venturi flumes to measure flow, Measurement of Discharge by velocity areamethod.Hydraulic Machine: Reciprocating pumps, Centrifugal pumps, Impulse Turbine & Reaction Turbines Sketching and description of principles of working of above mentioned machines.
Books:
 1. Fluid Mechanics – D,S, Kumar
 2. Hydraulics – R,K Bansal
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JDCE304
Public Health Engineering – I:
UNITI
Water Supply Engg: Introduction: Necessity and brief description of water supply system, Water requirement: Per capita consumption for domestic, industrial, public and fire fighting uses as per IS standards, Consumption, demand and its variation, Surface water sources, their quality of water and suitability.
UNITII
Water Treatment: Suspended, colloidal and dissolved impurities, Physical, chemical and bacteriological tests and their Significance, Minimum standards required for drinking water, Principles of Sedimentation, Coagulation, Flocculation, Filtration, Disinfection (Chlorination) including Jar Test, Break point chlorination, Residual chlorine, Flow diagram of different treatment units, Function, constructional details, working and operation of: Aeration fountain, Mixer, Flocculater, Clarifier, Slow and rapid sand filter, Chlorination chamber, Water softening, Removal of Iron and Magnese, Chemicals required for water treatment, their uses, and feeding devices, Simple design of sedimentation tank, and filters.
UNITIII
Water Distribution: Pipes: Different types of Pipes: Cast iron, steel, plastic, (PVC, LDPE, HDPE), asbestos cement, concrete, plastic, GI and lead pipes, Details of their sizes, joints and uses, Appurtenances: Sluice (Gate and spindle), air, reflux, scour and safety valves, fire hydrants, their working and uses.
Distribution system: Requirements of distribution: Minimum head and rate, Types of lay outdead end, grid, radial and ring systems, System of water supplyintermittent and continuous, Service reservoirstypes, necessity and accessories.
Storage: Necessity, types of storing tanks: G,I, Sheet Tank, P,V,C, tank, over head tanks.UNITIV
Building Water Supply: General layout of water supply arrangement for a building (single and multistoreyed) as per IS Code of practice, Water supply fixtures and their installation, Tapping of water mains, Hot and Cold Water supply in buildings, Use of Solar water heaters, Rural water supply: Sources, treatment and distribution. Maintenance Leakage detection and prevention, Replacement of damaged pipe, Maintenance of domestic plumbing Fixtures
Books:
 1. “Public Health Engg,  S,K, Garg
 2. “Public Health Engg,  Rangwala
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JDCE305
Building Construction & Maintenance Engineering – I:
UNITI
Introduction: Definition of a building, classification of buildings based on occupancy, Different parts of a building, Orientation of buildings, Site selection, Exposure to building bylaws/master plan and building approval.
UNITII
Foundation: Concept of foundation and its purpose, Types of foundationsshallow and deep, Shallow foundation – Constructional details of: Spread foundations for walls, Thumb rules for depth and width of foundation and thickness of concrete block stepped foundation, masonry pillars and concrete columns, raft foundation, Grillage foundation and machine foundation, Deep foundations: Pile foundations, their suitability, classification of piles according to function, material and installation of concrete piles (under reamed, bored, compacted), Construction: preparing foundation plans, setting out, excavation, timbering and dewatering, Well point system.
UNITIII
Walls: Purpose of walls; Classification of walls, Classification of walls as per materials of construction, brick, stone, reinforced brick, reinforced concrete, precast hollow and Solid concrete block and composite masonry walls, Brick masonry, BondMeaning and necessity, Types of bond and their suitability, Construction of Brick wallsMethod of laying bricks in walls, precautions observed in the construction of walls, method of bonding new brick work with old (Toothing, raking back and block bonding), Construction and Expansion Joints, Stone Masonry: Glossary of terms, Types of Stone Masonry, specifications for coursed rubble masonry, principles to be observed in construction of stone masonry walls, Partition walls: Constructional details, suitability and uses of brick and wooden partition walls, Mortarspreparation, use and average strength of cement, lime, lime cement, lime surkhi and mud mortar, Scaffolding, Types and uses, Safety in construction of low rise and high rise buildings.
UNITIV
Arches and Lintels: Meaning and use of Arches and Lintels, Glossary of terms used in Arches and Lintels Abutment, Pier, Arch ring, Intrados, Soffit Extrados, Voussoiers, Springer, Springing line, Crown, Key stone, Skew back, Span, Rise, Depth of an Arch, Haunch, Spandrel, Jambs, Bearing, Thickness of lintel, Effective span, types of ArchesSemi circular, segmental, elliptical and parabolic, flat, inverted and relieving Stone arches and their construction Brick arches and their construction.
UNITV
Doors and windows: Glossary of terms, used in Doors and Windows, DoorsTypes and uses, Door frames, PVC shutters & metal doors, Windows: names, uses and sketches of metal windows, fully panelled windows, fully glazed windows, casement windows, fanlight windows and ventilators, sky light window frames, Louvered shutters ( emphasis shall be given for using metals and plastics etc, in place of timber).
Books:
 1. “Building Construction” – Jha J,& Sinha S,K, – Khanna Publications
 2. “A Text Book of Building Construction” – Arora S,P, & sindra S,P, – Danpat Rai & Sons,
 3. Building Material – Sushil Kumar
 4. Building Construction – Sushil Kumar
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JDCE306
Concrete Technology – I:
UNITI
Introduction: Definition of concrete, brief introduction to properties of concrete, Advantages of concrete, Uses of concrete in comparison to other building materials.
UNITII
Ingredients of Concrete: Cement; The chemical ingredients causing changes in properties, situations of use and special precautions in use of the following types of cement: Ordinary Portland cement, rapid hardening cement, low heat cement, high alumina cement, blast furnace slag cement, quick setting, white and coloured cements.
Aggregates: Classification of aggregates according to source, size and shape, Characteristics of aggregates particle size and shape, surface texture; specific gravity of aggregate; bulk density, water absorption surface moisture, bulking of sand and deleterious materials in the aggregate, Grading of Aggregate:Coarse aggregate, fine aggregate; all inaggregate; fineness modulus; interpretation of grading charts and combination of two aggregates.
Water: Limits on the impurities as per ISI; affect of excessive impurities on concrete, ascertaining the suitability of water with the help of concrete cube test.UNITIII
Water Cement Ratio: Hydration of cement, Effect of various W/C ratios on the physical structure of hydrated cement, water cement ratio law and conditions under which the law is valid; internal moisture, temperature, age, and size of specimen, Definition of cube strength of concrete, Relations between water cement ratio and strength of concrete, Use of CBRI chart.
UNITIV
Workability: Definition, of workability, Concept of: Internal friction, Segregation, Harshness, Factors affecting workability; water content, shape, size and percentage of fineness pass 300 mic, Measurement of workability slump test, compaction factor test, Recommended slumps for placement in various conditions, VeeBee Consistometer.
UNITV
Proportioning for Ordinary Concrete: Object of mix design, Strength required for various grades as per IS 456, Preliminary test, Works cube test, Proportioning for ordinary mix as prescribed by IS and its interpretation, Adjustment on site for: Bulking, water content, Absorption, Workability Design data for moisture, bulk age, absorption and suitable fine aggregate and coarse aggregate ratio, Difference between ordinary and controlled concrete.
Books:
 1. “Advances in Building Materials and Const,” Rai Mohan and Jai Singh M,P,, CBRI, roorkee.
 2. “Concrete Technology Theory & Practices” – Shetty M,S, – S,Chand Company Ltd, New Delhi.
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JDCE352
Strength of Material Lab:
 1. Determination of shear force at different sections on a simply supported beam under points loads.
 2. Determination of bending moment at different sections on asimply supported beam under different types of loading.
 3. Determination of yield stress, ultimate stress, percentage elongation, plot the stress strain diagram and compute the value of Young's Modulus of mild steel.
 4. Determination of the maximum deflection and Young's Modulus of elasticity by deflection apparatus.
 5. Determination of modulus of rigidity of material by Torsion apparatus.
 6. Determination of stiffness/deflection of a helical spring.
 7. Determination of hardness of a metal plate by Rock Well Brinell hardness testing machine.
 8. To perform impact test on Izod Impact testing machine.
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JDCE353
Hydraulics Lab:
 1. To verify Bernoullis Theorem.
 2. To find out venturimeter coefficient.
 3. To determine coefficient Of velocity (Cv), Coefficient of discharge (Cd), Coefficient of contraction (Cc) and verify the relation between them.
 4. To perform Reynold's Experiment.
 5. To determine Darcy's coefficient of friction for flow through pipes.
 6. To verify loss of head due to:
 a) Sudden enlargement
 b) Sudden Contraction
 7. To determine velocity of flow of an open channel by using a current meter.
 8. To determine coefficient of discharge of a rectangular notch/triangular notch.
 9. Study of the following
 a) Reciprocating Pumps or Centrifugal Pumps.
 b) Impulse turbine or Reaction turbine.
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JDCE354
Concrete Technology & Building Construction and Maintenance Lab:
Concrete Technology:
 1. To determine flakiness index and elongation index of coarse aggregate (ISI:2386pt,11963)
 2. Field method to determine fine silt in aggregate.
 3. Determination of specific gravity and water absorption of aggregates (IS:2386 PartIII1963) (for aggregates 40mm to 10mm).
 4. Determination of bulk density and voids of aggregates (IS:2386PartIII1963).
 5. Determination of surface moisture in fine aggregate by displacement method (IS: 2383PartIII1963).
 6. To determine necessary adjustment for bulking of fine aggregate by field method (IS: 2383PartIII1983).
 7. Test for workability (slump test).
 8. To verify the effect of water, fine aggregate/coarse aggregate ratio and aggregate/cement ratio on slump.
 9. To test cube strength of concrete with varying water cement ratio.
 10. Compacting factor test for workability (IS: 11991959).
 11. Workability of concrete by VeeBee consistometer.
 12. Fineness modulus of sand.
 1. Layout of a building.
 2. To construct brick bonds (English and Flemish bonds) in one, one and half and two brick thick walls, L, T and cross junction, (b) Columns.
 3. Visit to construction site for showing the following item of works and to write specific report about the works seen,
 a) Timbering of excavated Trenching
 b) Construction of Masonry Walls
 c) Flooring: Laying of flooring on an already prepared lime concrete base,
 d) Plastering and Pointing of wall
 e) Finishing of wall surface by Lime, Distemper, Snowcem, etc, and calculation of material in 100 Sqm, wall area
 f) Use of Special type of shuttering/cranes/heavy machines in construction work.
Building Construction & Maintenance:
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JGP351
General Proficiency
02 
Total Credits32