Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil)

Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil)


^ Shallow Foundations-I
Design criteria for structural safety of foundation( i ) location of footing,(ii) shear failure criterion, (iii) settlement criterion, ultimate bearing capacity, modes of shear failure, Rankine's analysis Tergazi's theory, Skempton Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil)'s formula, effect of fluctuation of G.W.T. , effect of eccentricity on bearing capacity, inclined load, I.S Code recommendations, factors affecting bearing capacity, methods of improving bearing Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) capacity.

^ Shallow Foundations-II

Various causes of settlement of foundation, allowable bearing pressure based on settlement, settlement calculation, elastic and consolidation settlement, allowable settlement according to I.S.Code. Plate load test and its interpretation, bearing Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) capacity from penetration tests, design bearing capacity.

^ Shallow Foundations-III

Situation suitable for the shallow foundations, types of shallow foundations and their relative merits, depth of foundation, footing on slopes, uplift of footings Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil), conventional procedure of proportioning of footings, combined footings, raft foundations, bearing capacity of raft in sands and clays, various methods of designing rafts, floating foundations.


UNIT-III

Pile Foundations-I

Introduction, necessity of Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) pile foundations, classification of piles, load capacity, static analysis, analysis of pile capacity in sands and clays, dynamic analysis, pile load tests, negative skin friction, batter piles, lateral load capacity, uplift capacity Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) of single pile, under-reamed pile.

^ Pile Foundations-II

Group action in piles, pile spacing, pile group capacity, stress on lower strata, settlement analysis, design of pile caps, negative skin friction Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) of pile group, uplift resistance of pile group, lateral resistance, batter pile group.


UNIT-IV

Drilled Piers and Caisson Foundations

Drilled piers-types, uses, bearing capacity, settlement, construction procedure.

Caissons-Types, bearing capacity and Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) settlement, construction procedure.

well foundations-shapes, depth of well foundations, components, factors affecting well foundation design lateral stability, construction procedure, sinking of wells, rectification of tilts and shifts, recommended values of tilts & shifts as per Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) I.S.3955.


^ Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) least ONE question from each unit.


Books Recommended




  1. Basic And Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao. New Age Int.(P)Ltd..

  2. Analysis and Design of Sub-Structures by Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) Swamisaran, IBH & Oxford.

  3. Principles of Foundation Enginering By B.M.das, PWS Kent, Boston.

  4. Foundation Analysis & Design by J.E.Bowles, McGraw Hills.

  5. Design Aids in Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by S.R.Kaniraj Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil), McGraw Hills.

  6. Foundation Design by Teng, Prentice Hall, India.




B. Tech. V Semester (Civil)

CE-309E PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

L T P/D Total Max.Marks:150

3 1 - 4 Theory: 100 marks

Duration: 3 hrs. Sessionals: 50 marks

UNIT Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil)-I
^ Construction Management
Significance, objectives and functions of construction management, types of constructions, resources for construction industry, stages for construction, construction team, engineering drawings.

Construction Contracts & Specifications

Introduction, types of contracts, contract document, specifications, important Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) conditions of contract, arbitration.

^ UNIT-II

Construction Planning

Introduction, work breakdown structure, stages in planning-pre-tender stages, contract stage, scheduling, scheduling by bar charts, preparation of material, equipment, labour and finance schedule, limitation of Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) bar charts, milestone charts.

^ Construction Organization

Principles of Organization, communication, leadership and human relations, types of Organizations, Organization for construction firm, site organization, temporary services, job layout.

UNIT-III

Network Techniques in Construction Management Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil)-I:CPM

Introduction, network techniques, work break down, classification of activities, rules for developing networks, network development-logic of network, allocation of time to various activities, Fulkerson's rule for numbering Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) events, network analysis , determination of project schedules, critical path, ladder construction, float in activities, shared float, updating, resources allocation, resources smoothing and resources leveling.

^ Network Techniques in Construction Management-II-PERT

Probability concept in Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) network, optimistic time, pessimistic time, most likely time, lapsed time, deviation, variance, standard deviation, slack critical path, probability of achieving completion time, central limit theorem.

^ UNIT-IV

Cost-Time Analysis

Cost versus time, direct cost Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil), indirect cost, total project cost and optimum duration, contracting the network for cost optimisation, steps in time cost optimisation, illustrative examples.

Inspection & Quality Control

Introduction, principles of inspection, enforcement of specifications, stages in inspection Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) and quality control, testing of structures, statistical analysis.


^ Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil) be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.


Books Recommended

  1. Construction Planning & Management by P.S.Gehlot & B.M.Dhir, Wiley

Eastern Ltd.

  1. PERT & CPM -Principles & Applications by L Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil).S.Srinath. Affiliated East-west

Press(P)Ltd.

  1. Project Planning & Control with PERT & CPM by B.C.Punmia &

K.K.Khandelwal,Lakshmi Pub. Delhi

  1. Construction Management & Planning by B.sengupta & H Shallow Foundations-I - Sem b. Tech. Iii semester (Civil).Guha, Tata McGraw

-Hills.


B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER

^ FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT,HUT-302E


L T Total Theory : 100 Marks

3 1 4 Sessionals : 50 Marks

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