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BE8252

BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL


ENGINEERING
OVER VIEW
SUBJECT OBJECTIVES
SYLLABUS
OUT COMES
TEXT & REFERENCE BOOKS
A - OVER VIEW
UNIT – I
( OVER VIEW)

I. OVERVIEW OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


1) CIVIL ENGINEERING CONTRIBUTION TO THE WELFARE OF SOCIETY
2) SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
3) WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
II. OVERVIEW OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
1) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CONTRIBUTION TO THE WELFARE OF
SOCIETY.
2) SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
3) INTER DISCIPLINARY CONCEPTS IN CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
B - CIVIL ENGINEERING
UNIT – II
( SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS)
I. SURVEYING
1) OBJECTS
2) CLASSIFICATIONS
3) PRINCIPLES
4) MEASUREMENTS OF DISTANCES, ANGLES
5) LEVELING
6) DETERMINATION OF AREAS
7) CONTOURS
8) EXAMPLES
II. CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS
1) BRICKS
2) STONES
3) SAND
4) CEMENT
5) CONCRETE
6) STEEL
7) TIMBER
8) MODERN MATERIALS
UNIT – III
( BUILDING COMPONENTS & STRUCTURES)
I. BUILDING COMPONENTS
1) FOUNDATIONS
1) TYPES OF FOUNDATIONS
2) BEARING CAPACITY AND SETTLEMENT
3) REQUIREMENT OF GOOD FOUNDATIONS
II. CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES
1) BRICKSMASONRY
2) STONESMASONRY
3) BEAMS, COLUMNS, LINTELS, ROOFING,FLOORING,PLASTERING,FLOOR
AREA, CARPET AREA AND FLOOR SPACE INDEX
4) TYPES OF BRIDGES AND DAMS
5) WATER SUPPLY – SOURCE & QUALITY OF WATER
6) RAIN WATER HARVESTING
7) INTRODUCTION TO HIGH WAY
8) INTRODUCTION TO RAIL WAY
C - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
UNIT – IV
( INTERNAL COMPUSTION ENGINES & POWER PLANTS)
I. INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
1) CLASSIFICATION OF POWER PLANTS
2) INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE AS AUTOMOBILE POWER PLANT
3) WORKING PRINCIPLE OF DIESEL AND PETROL ENGINES
4) FOUR STROKE AND TWO STROKE ENGINES
5) COMPARISION OF FOUR STROKE AND TWO STROKE ENGINES
II. POWER PLANTS
1) STEAM POWER PLANT
2) DIESEL POWER PLANT
3) HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER PLANT
4) NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
5) BOILERS
6) TURBINES
7) PUMPS
UNIT – V
( REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM)
I. REFRIGERAION SYSTEM
1) TERMINOLOGY OF REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
2) PRINCIPLE OF VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM
3) PRINCIPLE OF VAPOUR ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM
4) LAYOUT OF TYPICAL DOMESTIC REFRIGERATOR
5) COMPARISION OF FOUR STROKE AND TWO STROKE ENGINES
II. AIR CONDITIONERS
1) WINDOW TYPE AIR CONDITIONNING
2) SPLIT TYPE AIR CONDITIONNING
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