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Course Outcomes (COs)

Course Outcomes (COs):

8th Sem.

Subject Name COs set by Departmental faculty
Bridge Engineering

 

  • Understand various specifications in Railways and Bridges.
  • To do analysis and design calculations of Roads, Bridges and Railways.
  • To analyze and design R.C.C. Bridges.
  • To analyze and design of Steel Bridges To do analysis of Hydraulic Structure and design of various hydraulic structures like abutments, piers, wing walls, etc.
  • To design bearings used in bridges.
Railway and Airport Engineering

 

  • Understand various Railway elementals included in the course.
  • To use product catalogue data and through appropriate design analysis to make selection of gauges and sleepers with their fastening, various track fitting for a given application case.
  • Develop proficiency in implementation of (a) railway signal analysis and (b) signal design procedure using data book resources for various types of signals.
  • Learn to check and correct the design calculations based on certain strength and functional criteria including selection of materials, factor of safety for various design parameters of geometric design of Railway, Runway layout and pavement design included in the course.
  • Learn to attempt and generate design solution through small open ended problems in railway and airport design.
Industrial Waste Water Treatment

 

  • To understand layout and working processes of industrial wastewater treatment plants.
  • To know on how to reuse the waste water.
  • To know on how to minimize the effects of industrial effluents on waste water treatment plants.
  • To know about Industrial effluent standards for disposal into inland surface water sources and land.
  • To understand waste generation, quality and its treatment including brief overview of manufacturing process in various industries.
Geosynthetics Engineering

 

  • Understand the selection procedures for various Geogrids included in the course.
  • To use product catalogue data and through appropriate design analysis select fibers and yarns from their various types.
  • Develop proficiency in erosion control and design procedure for (i) various types of geogrid (ii) wind erosion (iii) rain water erosion (iv) bearing capacity improvement with geogrids.
  • Learn to check and correct the design calculations based on certain strength and functional criteria including selection of materials, factor of safety for various design parameters of water resource projects, and lining of canal included in the course.
  • To attempt and generate design solution through small open ended problems in Geosynthetics Engineering.
Ground Water Hydrology

 

  • Students will be able to apply and solve groundwater flow equations to confined and unconfined aquifers.
  • Be able to derive effective hydraulic conductivity for various cases of heterogeneous subsurface formations.
  • Be able to understand pump test data to determine aquifer properties.
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of Artificial Recharge of Ground Water.

7th Sem.

Design of Concrete Structures-II
  • Able to design, analysis, continuous beams.
  • Will be able to design and analyze pre stressed concrete members.
  • Able to design, analysis, flats lab and staircase.
  • Will be able to design and analyze various foundations.
  • Will be able to design various types of Water tanks, Silos and Bunkers according to IS code.
  • Students will be able to analyze the frames structures
  • Student will evaluate yield line theory and also student will be able to analyze and design various structural members on the basis of yield line theory.
Irrigation Engineering-II
  • Plan and design different types of Falls and Canal regulators
  • Understand the cross drainage works and design the diversion head works.
  • Analyze gravity and earth dams, their design.
  • Design spillways and energy dissipations works
Transportation Engineering-II
  • To development of highway network and improve the highway drainage capacity.
  • To know the functions, uses and application of highway materials and earthwork machinery.
  • To analyze the IRC guidelines for rigid and flexible pavements and maintenance operation of pavement.
  • To know about the testing of bituminous and applications of pavement layers.
  • To study about highway economics and tennels.
Sewerage &Sewage Treatment
  • To understand the necessity of sanitation system and design of the sewer line.
  • Befamiliar with the physical, chemical and bacteriological properties of sewage.
  • Apply their knowledge of the principles of wastewater treatment to the design of each unit process.
  • To educate the students about the safe disposal of the sewage
Hydro Electric Power Development
  • Students will be able to make a load curve and flow duration curve.
  • Students will know the basic criterion of economics diameter anchor blocks.
  • Students will be able to understand basics and concepts of surge tank.
  • Students will be able to understand the difference between run-of-river plants, storage plants, pumped storage plants, tidal power plants.
  • Students will know the basic element of hydro power plant, turbine.
Estimation & Accounts
  • Understanding of different methods of estimation and interpreting estimation of different structures.
  • Determining the specification for different civil works.
  • To prepare the rate analysis of different civil works
  • To studying the terms used in civil works and public works accounts

6th Sem.

Design of Steel Structures-II

 

  • Be able to analyze and design the structure based on the plastic analysis (Ultimate failure criteria).
  • Be able to analyze and design water tank and steel stacks.
  • Be able to apply stability checks and serviceability of structures.
  • Be able to design steel tower used for electricity transmission.
  • Be able to design industrial building and apply stability and serviceability checks on structure.
  • Be able to design cold form structures (light gauge structures).
Irrigation Engineering-I

 

  • Able to understand various techniques and parameters of irrigation.
  • Learn the basic design of Distribution systems for canal irrigation and design of unlined and lined irrigation canals.
  • Able to analyze the problems in design of the lined canal.
  • To understand losses in canal and water logging along with classification of drains.
  • Able to analyze the design and classification of river training works according to ISI recommendations.
  • To understand classification and analysis of canal outlets.
  • To classify the canal and tube well irrigation and applicability of various theories.
Disaster Management

 

  • Able to understand stages of the disaster management and role of the different government and voluntary practices for it.
  • Able to analyze (a) the risk and vulnerability (b) the different phases of disaster management cycle. (c) Natural hazard causes, distribution and pattern.
  • Able to use different voluntary and government activities and advanced techniques including GIS to carry out disaster management in context with the case studies and lessons.
  • Able to develop proficiency in implementation of (a) planning (b) analysis, design and models development of infrastructure for disaster management.
Geotechnology-II

 

  • Be able to understand the causes of failure of earth dams and criteria of its control.
  • Be able to analyze the stability analysis of slopes.
  • Understand the design and stability analysis of braced cuts and cofferdams.
  • Understand the design analysis of cantilever sheet pile and Anchored Bulk heads and their purpose.
  • Understand the purpose and various methods used for the soil stabilization.
  • Understand the basic analysis of vibratory motion of machine foundation.
Transportation Engineering – I

 

  • Be able to know about the importance of transportation and its development.
  • To understand the road patterns and its types along with the alignment of roads.
  • To design the geometric and cross-section elements of highways.
  • To study traffic volume and traffic control devices.
  • To design the signs and signals as per IRC.
  • To study the highway materials and their properties.
Water Supply Treatment

 

  • Gain knowledge of the demand for the water supply to households, industries and public services.
  • To understand the components of the water supply systems from source to recipient.
  • To analyze the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the water.
  • Become aware about the regulations of the drinking water quality.
  • To analyze various methods of treatment on water.

5th Sem.

Concrete Technology
  • Understanding of different methods of estimation and interpreting estimation of different structures.
  • Determining the specification for different civil works.
  • To prepare the rate analysis of different civil works
  • To studying the terms used in civil works and public works accounts
Structural Analysis-III
  • Understanding of related factual, conceptual and procedural applications of Influence lines.
  • To evaluate the behaviour of rolling load on the structure.
  • To analyse the effect of loads on the fixed arches.
  • To learn the application of Kani Method to analyse frame structures.
  • Implementation of (a) stiffness (b) flexibility method to analyse structures
Design of Concrete Structures-I
  • Identify and compute the main mechanical properties of concrete and steel.
  • Identify and calculate the design loads and distribution.
  • Apply the strength method to design R.C. structural members.
  • Analyze and design R.C. beams for flexure and shear.
  • Analyze and design short and slender R.C. columns.
  • Analyze and design R.C. slabs.
  • Analyze and design R.C. footings.
  • Apply relevant ACI Code provisions to ensure safety and serviceability of structural elements.
  • Utilize advanced computer software packages (SAP2000 and/or ETABS) for the analysis and design of steel structures.
Hydrology
  • To analyse various components of hydrologic cycle that affect the movement of water in the earth.
  • To employ basic terms about precipitation and perform data analysis.
  • To explain basic terms about evaporation and evapotranspiration, and perform data analysis.
  • To analyse basic terms about infiltration and explain them.
  • To explain hydrograph and the theory of unit hydrograph and recalls the related basic terms.
  • To calculate the unit hydrographs for different precipitation durations.
Geotechnology-I
  • Student will understand the method soil exploration methods and samplers used for soil exploration.
  • Students will understand the need and types of shallow foundation and learn to design the shallow foundation.
  • Students will understand the need and types of pile foundation and learn to design the pile foundation.
  • Students will understand the need and types of pier and caisson foundation and learn to design the pier and caisson foundation.
Project Planning & Management
  • Be familiar about the construction management and contracts involved in the construction.
  • To study about construction planning and organization.
  • To understand the network techniques; CPM and PERT, in construction management.
  • To analyze the cost-time relationship and quality control in the construction projects.

4th Sem.

Structural Analysis-II

 

  • Be able to understand static and kinematic indeterminacies.
  • To apply the concepts of Castigliano’s theorems and strain energy method to carry out analysis of frames.
  • Understand the concept of slope deflection and moment distribution method.
  • Evaluate the method to carry out the analysis of continuous beams and portal frames.
  • Learn to apply column analogy method to carry out analysis of beams and frames.
  • To carry out analysis of three hinged and two hinged stiffening girders and even evaluating the effect of temperature stresses.
  • To apply the temperature effects and rib shortening on the two hinged arches and analyzing them.
  • Evaluate the centroidal axes, stresses in beam subjected to unsymmetrical bending, shear centre for different sections.
Design of Steel structures-I

 

  • Understand the basic elements of steel structure and its components.
  • Understand the fundamentals of structural steel fasteners (connections) and design of riveted and welded connections.
  • Be able to design basic element of a structure like tension member and compression member.
  • Be able to design a column base and footings.
  • Be able to design the laterally supported and laterally unsupported beams.
  • Be able to design a Gantry Girder to be used in the industrial buildings to carry heavy loads to from cranes and gantry rails.
  • Be able to design the various elements of Plate Girder.
Fluid Mechanics-II

 

  • Understand and evaluate pressure drop in pipe flow using Hagen-Poiseuille equation.
  • Understand and evaluate energy losses in pipes and pipe fittings.
  • Evaluate drag and lift forces for different geometries.
  • To identify the most economical channel section in open channel flow.
  • Compute flow profiles in open channel flow.
  • Analysis of Compressible flow (fluids & gases).
  • Working and analysis of different pumps and turbines.
Soil Mechanics

 

  • Understanding of various concept of soil Mechanics.
  • Analysis of (a) Soil Formation (b) Basic Properties of Soil. (c) Classification of soil.
  • Evaluation of (a) Effective Stress Concept (b) Compaction.
  • Understanding and Analysis of (a) Vertical Stress on soil (b) Study of Compressibility and Consolidation.
  • Understand and analyze (a) Shear Strength of Soil and (b) Various tests on Soil.
Surveying-II

 

  • Be able to perform direct or indirect levelling in the field to find out the relative position of a natural or artificial object on surface of earth.
  • By applying tachometry levelling on field students will find the accurate horizontal distance on undulated surface.
  • Able to analyze and rectify the error related to the surveying.
  • Able to perform field survey by using advanced instrument like total station.
  • Be able to apply concepts of photogrammetry in survey of inaccessible areas.
  • Be able to understand the advantages and uses of advance surveying instruments like remote sensing, GPS and GIS etc.
Fundamentals of Management

 

  • An overview about management as a discipline and its evolution.
  • Understand the concept and importance of planning and organizing in an organization.
  • To know about the various aspects of getting the right people for the organization by generating insight about staffing.
  • Understand the importance of communication, motivation and leadership to effectively deal with workforce in order to get the optimum outcomes.
  • To assess and minimize the gap between expected and actual performance in an organization.
  • Understand social responsibility of conducting business and organization’s functional areas.
Energy Studies
  • Be able to understand Types of Sources of energy.
  • Be able to understand the principles of energy management and will be able to apply the energy management Strategy.
  • Be able to analyze and apply methodology of Energy Audit & Tariffs.
  • Be able to understand the working of Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear and Diesel power plants.
  • Be able to select site and design the layout of power plant of various Non Conventional Energy sources.
  • Understand advances in selected energy technologies, products and energy end use efficiency and their impact on market economy and development activities.

3rd Sem.

Introduction to Civil Engineering
  • To know about the history, Functions, uses and application of Civil Engineering.
  • To study about the tall structures and various types of bridges.
  • To overview the national planning for construction and infrastructure development and traditional surveying techniques.
  • To study the function and testing of Civil Engineering materials.
  • To analyze the construction methods for various types of structures.
  • To study about the basic of water supply system and water treatment system.
Higher Engineering Mathematics
  • To know the concept of laplace transform and its application in solving the definite integrals and initial value problems.
  • To familiar about the partial differential equations and its solution and formation.
  • To introduce the numerical differentiation and integration needed for the ordinary differential equations.
  • To introduce the tools of numerical methods in a comprehensive manner those are used in approximating the solutions of various engineering problems.
Introduction to Solid Mechanics
  • To understand the basics of material properties, stress and strain.
  • To apply knowledge of mathematics, science, for engineering applications.
  • Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering & real-life problems.
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data.
  • Ability to design a component to meet desired needs within realistic constraints of safety.
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  • To explain the newton’s law of viscosity and classification of fluids based on Newton’s law of viscosity.
  • To employ principle of manometry to measure gauge and differential pressure.
  • To distinguish velocity potential function and stream function and solve for velocity and acceleration of a fluid at a given location in a fluid flow.
  • To examine stability of a floating body by determining its metacentric height.
  • To employ Bernoulli’s equation for real flow and deduce expressions for orifice meter and Venturimeter.
Surveying & Geomatics
  • Students will be able to find out the relative position of a natural or artificial object on, above or below the surface of earth.
  • Students will be able to measure the horizontal distance and vertical distance of points accurately on the surface of earth.
  • Students will know the triangulation and trilateration figure regarding the field surveyStudents will be able to understand how to remove error related with surveying.
  • Students will be able to determine angle measurement, distance measurement, and co-ordinate measurement.
  • Students will be able to find out the position of an object existing on the map relative to the ground.
  • Students will be able to understand basics and concepts of photogrammetric, aerial photography.
  • Students will be able to understand remote sensing.
Building Construction Practice
  • Student will understand various terms used in Building construction.
  • Will evaluate various type of masonry and wall.
  • Will evaluate different type of foundation.
  • Will understand the need of damp-proofing and waterproofing.
  • Will understand and evaluate various type of doors and windows as well as roofs and floors.
  • Evaluate various properties of the basic construction materials such as brick,cement, and lime.
  • Perform various quality control tests for the various civil engineering materials by performing different labtests on materials.
  • Evaluate the properties of miscellaneous materials such as stone, timber, bitumen,paints, distempering, varnishes, materials for structural repairs.
Environmental Sciences
  • To understand the necessity and importance of the natural resources.
  • Be familiar about our eco-system and its components.
  • To learn about the different pollution, cause and its remedial measures.
  • Be able to understand the biodiversity and its conservation.
  • To aware the students about the environmental legislation and environmental sustainable development.
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