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ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AND MANAGEMENT (AITAM)

AR-13

B.TECH
(ALL YEARS SEM SYLLABUS)
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)

Course Structure
I YEAR

I Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

Int

Ext

1

13HS1001

English –I

3

1




3

30

70

100

2

13BS1001


Engineering Mathematics –I

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13BS1002

Engineering Mathematics – II

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CS1001

Computer Programming

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13ME1001

Engineering Drawing

1




3

3

30

70

100

6

13BS1004

Engineering Physics


3

1




3

30

70

100

7

13CS1101

Computer Programming Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13ME1101

Engineering Workshop







3

2

25

50

75

9

13BS1101

Engineering Physics Lab







3

2

25

50

75







Total Credits

16

5

12

24


255

570

825




II Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13HS1002

English – II

2

1




2

30

70

100

2

13HS1003

Environmental Studies

3

1




3

30


70

100

3

13BS1003

Engineering Mathematics – III

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13EE1002

Basic Electrical &Electronics Engineering

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13ME1003

Engineering Mechanics

3

1




3

30

70

100

6

13BS1005

Engineering Chemistry

3

1




3

30

70


100

7

13HS1101

Basic English Language Communication Skills Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13BS1102

Engineering Chemistry Lab







3

2

25

50

75

9

13CS1103

Information Technology Workshop Lab







3

2

25

50

75

10

13EE1102

Electrical &Electronics Engg. Lab







3

2

25

50

75

Total Credits


17

6

12

25

280

620

900



II YEAR

I Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13BS2007

Complex Variables and Statistical Methods

3

1




3

30

70

100

2

13CE2001

Strength of Materials-I


3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13CE2002

Surveying

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CE2003

Engineering Geology

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13CE2004

Fluid mechanics

3

1




3

30

70

100

6

13CE2101

Engineering Geology Lab


1




3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE2102

Strength of Material Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE2103

Surveying Lab-I







3

2

25

50

75

9

13HS2102

Advanced English Language Communication Skills Lab







3

2

25

50

75

10

13CE2201

Self Study course-I (4)









1

75

-

75

Total

16

5

12

24

325

550

875



II Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13HS2004

Managerial Economics &Financial Analysis

3

1





3

30

70

100

2

13CE2005

Construction Materials and Practice

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13CE2006

Strength of Materials-II

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CE2007

Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13CE2008

Structural Analysis-I

3


1




3

30

70

100

6

13CE2009

Concrete Technology

3

1




3

30

70

100

7

13CE2104

MOF & Hydraulic Machinery Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE2105

Concrete Technology Lab







3

2

25

50

75

9

13HS2201

Professional Ethics & Morals

2




















Total Credits

20

6

6

22

230

520

750



III YEAR

I Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE3010

Building Drawing and Planning

3

1





3

30

70

100

2

13CE3011

Transportation Engineering

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13CE3012

Design and Drawing of Concrete Structures-I

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CE3013

Geotechnical Engineering – I

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13CE3014

Structural Analysis-II


3

1




3

30

70

100

6

13CE3106

Surveying Lab –II







3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE3107

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Practice







3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE3108

Transportation Engineering Lab







3

2

25

50

75

9

13CE3202

Self study course-II (4)











1

75

-

75

Total Credits

15

5

9

22

300

500

800



II Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE3015

Design of Concrete Structures-II

3

1




3

30

70

100

2

13CE3016

Design of Steel Structures

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13CE3017

Geotechnical Engineering –II

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CE3018

Transportation Engineering-II

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13CE3019

Water Resources Engineering

3


1




3

30

70

100

6




Elective 1

3

1




3

30

70

100

13CE3020

I. Earthquake Resistant Design

13CE3021

II. Industrial Waste and Waste

Water Management



13CE3022

III. Traffic Engineering

13CE3023

IV. Prestressed Concrete

7

13CE3109

Drawing of Concrete and steel Structures







3

2

25

50

75


8

13CE3110

STAAD Pro lab







4

3

25

50

75

9

13HS3202

IPR & Patents

2



















Total Credits

20

6

7

23

230

520

750



AR-13

IV YEAR


I Semester

S. No.

Codes


Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE4024

Environmental Engineering

3

1




3

30

70

100

2

13CE4025

Estimation and Quantity Surveying

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13CE4026

Remote Sensing and GIS Applications

3

1




3

30

70


100

4




Elective 2

3

1




3

30

70

100

13CE4027


I. Water Resources System

Planning and Management



13CE4028


II. Air Pollution and Control

13CE4029


III. Ground Improvement

Techniques



13CE4030

IV. Hydraulic Structures and

Irrigation Design &

Drawing


5




Open Elective

3

1




3

30

70

100

13OE4001


I. Air Quality Management

13OE4002

II. Cyber Laws

13OE4003

III. Entrepreneur Development

13OE4004


IV. Industrial Safety &

Environment



13OE4005

V.MEMS

13OE4006

VI. Optimization Techniques

13OE4007

VII. Renewable Energy

13OE4008

VIII. Smart Materials

13OE4009

IX. Total Quality Management

6

13CE4111

Environmental Engineering Lab







3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE4112


Geotechnical Engineering Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE4113

GIS Lab







4

3

25

50

75

9

13HS4203

Employability Skills







3

2

75

-

75

Total Credits

15

5

13

24

300

500

800

AR-13

II Semester


S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE4031

Finite Element Methods

3

1




3

30

70

100

2




Elective 3

3

1




3

30

70

100

13CE4032


I. Advanced Structural

Design


13CE4033

II. Ground Water

Development and

Management


13CE4034


III. Environmental Impact

Assessment and

Management


13CE4035

IV. Soil Dynamics and

Machine Foundations



3




Elective 4

3

1




3

30

70

100

13CE4036

I. Water Shed Management

13CE4037


II. Pavement Analysis and

Design


13CE4038


III. Advanced Structural

Analysis


13CE4039

IV. Bridge Engineering

4

13CE4203

Internship










1

25


50

75

5

13CE4204

Project work










6

60

140

200

Total Credits

9

3




16

175

400

575


B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)

Course Structure
I YEAR

I Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

Int


Ext

1

13HS1001

English –I

3

1




3

30

70

100

2

13BS1001

Engineering Mathematics –I

3

1




3

30

70

100

3

13BS1002

Engineering Mathematics – II

3

1




3

30

70

100

4

13CS1001

Computer Programming

3

1




3

30

70

100

5

13ME1001


Engineering Drawing

1




3

3

30

70

100

6

13BS1004

Engineering Physics

3

1




3

30

70

100

7

13CS1101

Computer Programming Lab







3

2

25

50

75

8

13ME1101

Engineering Workshop







3

2

25

50

75

9

13BS1101

Engineering Physics Lab





3

2

25

50

75







Total Credits

16

5

12

24

255

570

825


ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGLISH – I

(Common to All Branches)

Subject Code: 13HS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30

Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives

  • To improve the language proficiency of a technical under-graduate in English with emphasis on LSRW skills.

  • To provide learning environment to practice listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

  • To assist the students to carry on the tasks and activities through guided instructions and materials.

  • To effectively integrate English language learning with employability skills and training.

  • To provide hands-on experience through case-studies, mini-projects, group and individual presentations.

  • To expose the students to a variety of self-instructional modes of language learning.

  • To develop learner autonomy.

Course Outcomes


  • Students do improve language proficiency in English.

  • Students will hone the LSRW skills within and beyond the classroom environment.

  • Students can integrate English Language Learning with employability skills.

  • Students can inculcate the habit of speaking in English fluently with observation and practice.

Unit – I

Lost Forests by Johannes V Jensen

Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.



Unit – II

More than 100 million women missing by Amartya Sen

Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.



Unit – III

Three Days to See – Helen Keller

Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.


Unit – IV

Reaching the Stars – Kalpana Chawla

Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.



Unit – V

Kalahandi by Jagannath Prasad Das

Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.



Text Books:

1. Musings on Vital Issues” Ed. P. J. George Pub: Orient Blackswan

2. My Story by Helen Keller

Reference Books:

1. Kalpana Chawla: A Life – Padmanabhan, Anil

2. Word Power Made Easy – Norman Lewis

ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I

(Common to All Branches)
Subject Code: 13BS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30

Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives


  • To identify & solve the 1st order differential equations and apply in Engineering.

  • To understand the process of solving a 2nd and higher order differential equation and solve it. Identify a 2nd and higher order differential equation & solve it in engineering topics.

  • Understand the mathematical and physical interpretation of Vector differential operator operating on a vector or scalar point function, the line, surface and volume integrals, vector integral theorems and their applications to find work done, area, and volume.

  • To understand the generalized mean value theorems & their use to find the series expansions of functions and in turn their application in finding the maxima and minima of two variable functions.

  • Apply the properties of curves in applications of single integral, solve the multiple integrals and to develop the capacity to understand the applications of multiple integrals.


Course Outcomes

        • Able to solve the 1st order differential equations in different fields.

        • Identify and solve a 2nd and higher order differential equations and perform simple applications in Engineering.

        • Calculate grad, divergence, curl; a line, surface and volume integral. To find work done, area, and volume. Apply the vector integral theorems to evaluate multiple integrals.
        • Find the maxima and minima of two variable functions under different constraints.


        • Solve the single and multiple integrals and calculate the moment of inertia.


Unit – I

Linear Differential Equations of first order:

Linear differential equations of first order and first degree – exact, linear and Bernoulli. Applications: Newton’s Law of cooling, Law of natural growth and decay, orthogonal trajectories.


Unit-II

Linear Differential Equations of Second and higher order:

Linear differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients- Complete solution, Operator D, Rules for finding complementary function, Inverse operator D, Rules for finding particular integral with RHS term of the type e ax , Sin ax, cos ax, polynomials in x, e ax V(x), xV(x). Method of variation of parameters.



Applications: LCR circuit, Simple Harmonic motion

Unit-III

Partial Differentiation:

Introduction-Total derivative - Chain rule - Generalized Mean Value theorem for single variable (without proof)-Taylors and Mc Laurent’s series for two variables – Functional dependence – Jacobian.



Application: Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables with constraints and without constraints.
Unit-IV

Multiple Integrals:

Applications of Integration to Lengths, Volumes and Surface areas of revolution in Cartesian and Polar Coordinates.

Multiple integrals - double and triple integrals – change of variables – Change of order of Integration-Cartesian and Polar coordinates.

Application: Moment of inertia
Unit-V

Vector Calculus:

Vector Differentiation: Gradient- Divergence- Curl - Laplacian and second order operators- Vector identies.

Vector Integration - Line integral – work done – Potential function – area- surface and volume integrals. Vector integral theorems: Greens, Stokes and Gauss Divergence Theorems (Without proof) and related problems.


Applications: Workdone, Force.
Text Books:


  1. Higher Engineering Mathematics, 42nd edition, 2012 - B. S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

  2. Engineering Mathematics, Volume-I, 11th editions respt., 2012, Dr. T.K.V.Iyengar & others, S. Chand Publishers.


Reference Books:

  1. Engineering Mathematics, 4th edition, 2009 - B. V. Ramana, Tata McGraw Hill,

New Delhi.

  1. A Text Book of Engineering Mathematics – I & II, 2nd edition, 2011, U. M. Swamy & others – Excel Books, New Delhi.

  2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th edition, 2009, Erwin Kreyszig- Shree Maitrey Printech Pvt.Ltd, Noida.


ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II

(Common to all branches)
Subject Code: 13BS1002 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30

Credits: 3 External Marks:70
Course Objectives

  • Identify, formulate, and solve the algebraic and transcendental equations. Solve the problems under curve fitting.
  • To identify and solve Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms of different functions, apply the knowledge of its properties in Engineering.


  • Approximate an unknown function y = f(x) tabulated at evenly or unevenly spaced points by a polynomial. Develop the capacity to find the numerical solution of an ordinary differential equation and evaluate definite integrals.

  • Solve linear and non-linear 1st order partial differential equations. Solve the wave, heat and Laplace equations by the method of separation of variables.


Course Outcomes

  • Solve the algebraic and transcendental equations by different numerical methods. Approximate a linear and non-linear equation to the given data by the method of least squares.

  • Apply the knowledge of Laplace transforms formulae in solving ordinary differential equations & also in engineering field.

  • Find an unknown function y = f(x) for an evenly or unevenly spaced points by a polynomial. Find the numerical solution of an ordinary differential equation and evaluate definite integrals

  • Solve a linear and non-linear 1st order partial differential equation. Solve a linear second and higher order partial differential equation by the method of separation of variables and apply it to solve the wave, heat and Laplace equations.



Unit – I

Algebraic and Transcendental Equations and Curve fitting:

Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Introduction – The Bisection Method – The Method of False Position – The Iteration Method – Newton-Raphson Method.

Curve fitting: Fitting a straight line –Second degree curve-exponential curve-power curve by method of least squares.

Unit-II

Interpolation and Numerical Differentiation and Integration:

Interpolation: Introduction – Finite differences- Forward Differences – Backward differences –Central differences – Symbolic relations and separation of symbols-Differences of a polynomial – Newton’s formulae for interpolation – Interpolation with unevenly spaced points – Lagrange’s Interpolation formula.

Numerical Differentiation and Integration – Differentiation using finite differences – Trapezoidal rule – Simpson’s 1/3 Rule –Simpson’s 3/8 Rule.



Unit-III

Numerical solution of Ordinary Differential equations:

Solution by Taylor’s series – Picard’s Method of successive Approximations – Euler’s and Modified Euler’s Method – Runge – Kutta Methods – Predictor – Corrector Methods – Milne’s Method.



Unit-IV

Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms:

Laplace transforms of standard functions – Shifting Theorems, Transforms of derivatives and integrals – Unit step function – Dirac’s delta function – Inverse Laplace transforms – Convolution theorem.



Application: Solution of ordinary differential equations using Laplace transforms.
Unit-V

Partial Differential equations:

Formation of partial differential equations by elimination of arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions – solutions of first order linear (Lagrange) equation and non-linear (standard type) equations. Solution of linear Partial differential equations with constant coefficients – Method of Separation of Variables.



Applications: One dimensional Wave and Heat equations.

Text Books:

  1. Higher Engineering Mathematics, 42nd edition, 2012 - B. S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

  2. Ravindranath, V. and Vijayalaxmi, A., 2nd edition, 2012, A Text Book on Mathematical Methods, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.


Reference Books:

  1. Mathematical Methods, 6th edition, 2011, Dr. T. K.V.Iyengar & others S. Chand Publications.
  2. Engineering Mathematics, 4th edition, 2009 - B. V. Ramana, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.


  3. Engineering Mathematics Volume-II, 6th edition, 2012, T.K.V Iyengar, &others, S.Chand Co. New Delhi.


ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

(Common to all branches)

Subject Code: 13CS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30

Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives

  • To impart adequate knowledge on the need of programming languages and problem solving techniques.

  • To develop programming skills using the fundamentals and basics of C Language.

  • To enable effective usage of arrays, structures, functions, pointers and to implement the memory management concepts.

  • To teach the issues in file organization and the usage of file systems.

  • To impart the knowledge about pointers which is the backbone of effective memory handling

  • To study the advantages of user defined data type which provides flexibility for application development

  • To teach the basics of preprocessors available with C compiler.


Course Outcomes

  • To obtain the knowledge about the number systems this will be very useful for bitwise operations.

  • To develop programs using the basic elements like control statements, Arrays and Strings .

  • To solve the memory access problems by using pointers

  • To understand about the dynamic memory allocation using pointers which is essential for utilizing memory
  • To understand about the code reusability with the help of user defined functions.


  • To develop advanced applications using enumerated data types, function pointers and nested structures.

  • To learn the basics of file handling mechanism that is essential for understanding the concepts in database management systems.

  • To implement the concepts in data structure like linked lists.

  • To understand the uses of preprocessors and various header file directives.


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