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Basic structural behavior and design of low-rise bearing wall buildings; Basic material properties; Strength design of unreinforced masonry elements; Allowable stress design of unreinforced masonry elements; Introduction to reinforced masonry; Introduction to confined masonry.
Survey camp of 7-10 days: Total station survey, Geological survey, Creating survey map of the area including information about geological features at the site.
Review of performance-based design concepts, LRFD cold design of RCC and steel structures; codified models for fire, standard and natural fire; material behavior of steel and concrete constituents in fire; estimation of time-temperature curves for structural members in different fire and exposure/ventilation scenarios; design considerations for individual members exposed to fire: structural members in tension, compression, bending; provisions in Eurocodes and IS 456, 800, 1641, 16 to ensure fire safety; fire proofing materials used to enhance fire resistance of structural members; behavior of structural systems under fire; preventive/protective systems for structures.
Open channel flow; Computations in gradually varied flows and rapidly varied flows; Mathematical description of flow and sediment transport;1-D/2-D/3-D computations in river flows; Dam break flow on rigid and mobile beds; Meandering of rivers; River training works including flood protection due to river overflow,levee, river bed lining,bridge pier protection due to river water flow; Design of bridges, dams, spillways; Irrigation control structures; Indian standards related to river engineering; Flow measurements in rivers; Physical modeling of river flows; Protection of river water from pollution; Introduction to various Indian agencies (CWC, NIH, CWPRS etc.); Field trip to a river; Project work .
A big construction project will be considered and will be sub-divided into several components.
GIS: Introduction, Coordinate systems and datum Projection systems; Spatial data models and data structures; Attribute data input and management; Data editing, exploration and analysis; Digital terrain analysis using DEM data, Path analysis, network applications and watershed analysis. Surveying using Total Station and data interpretation 2. Analyzing the effect of different projections on the map data Introduction: Properties of concrete and reinforcing steel, design philosophies, limit state, ultimate load method, working stress method; Loads and load combinations; Elements of Masonry design; Limit state method: Design of Beams: Singly reinforced, doubly reinforced, rectangular, T and L beams; Design of Slabs: One way, two way, waffle slabs; Design of Columns: Subjected to concentric and eccentric axial loading; Design of footings: Individual and combined footing; elements of foundation design; Standard and ductile detailing.
Surveying using Kinematic GPS and data interpretation 3. Design of tension members; Design of beams; Design of compression members; Analysis of eccentrically loaded columns; Design of beam-columns; Design of connections (riveted, bolted and welded); Single and built-up sections.
Structural engineering historical background; Construction materials; Review of structural analysis; Simplified analysis; Computer analysis vs.
manual analysis; Codes of Practice; Loads (dead, live, earthquake, wind, etc.) on structures; Load combinations; Discussions on various structural analysis problems; Calculations and drawings; Organizations and management; Professional liability concerns; Design tools; Structural load path; Group or individual project (design a structure of your choice); Design project report preparation and presentation; Review of project by professional experts.Course content: Masonry materials and components; general design considerations for masonry structures per Indian and international standards; design of masonry beams; design of masonry loadbearing walls for concentric and eccentric axial loads, including slenderness effects; seismic performance of masonry buildings; an overview of the seismic design provisions contained in Indian standards; seismic design of masonry shear walls for in-plane and out-of-plane seismic loading; seismic design of unreinforced, reinforced, and confined masonry buildings; seismic evaluation and retrofit of masonry buildings.