Basic Civil Engineering And Engineering Mechanics

Course Code:BE204

Author:uLektz

Regulation:2010

Categories:General Engineering

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Type :eBook

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Description :Basic Civil Engineering And Engineering Mechanics of BE204 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Madhya Pradesh (RGPV) for regulation 2010. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT I BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

1.1 Building Materials: Stones, bricks, cement, lime, timber-types, properties, test & uses, laboratory tests

1.2 Concrete and mortar Materials: Workability, Strength properties of Concrete

1.3 Elements of Building Construction

1.4 Foundations conventional spread footings, RCC footings

1.5 Brick masonry walls

1.6 Pointing and plastering

1.7 Flooring, roofing

1.8 Doors, windows, lintels, Staircases – types and their suitability

UNIT – II SURVEYING & POSITIONING

2.1 Introduction to surveying Instruments - Levels, theodolites, plane tables and related devices

2.2 Electronic surveying instruments

2.3 Measurement of distances – conventional and EDM methods

2.4 Measurement of directions by different methods, measurement of elevations by different methods

2.5 Reciprocal leveling

UNIT –III MAPPING & SENSING

3.1 Mapping details and contouring

3.2 Profile Cross sectioning and Measurement of areas volumes

3.3 Application of measurements in quantity computations, Survey station

3.4 Introduction of remote sensing and its applications

UNIT - IV FORCES and Equilibrium

4.1 Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and nonconcurrent Co- planner forces

4.2 Free Diagram, Force Diagram and Bow’s notations

4.3 Application of Equilibrium Concepts and Analysis of plane Trusses

4.4 Analysis of plane Trusses: Method of joints, Method of Sections.

4.5 Frictional force in equilibrium problems

UNIT – V CENTRE OF GRAVITY AND MOMENT OF INERTIA

5.1 Centroid and Centre of Gravity

5.2 Moment Inertia of Area and Mass, Radius of Gyration

5.3 Introduction to product of Inertia and Principle Axes

5.4 Support Reactions, Shear force and bending moment Diagram for Cantilever & simply supported beam with concentrated, distributed load and Couple.