Civil Diploma

Analysis of Structures Civil 6th Sem BTEUP Syllabus 2019-2020

Analysis of Structures detail syllabus for Civil Engineering, effective from 2019-2020, is collected from BTEUP 2017 Syllabus official website and presented for diploma students. PDF download is possible from official site but you can download the istudy mobile app for syllabus on mobile. The course details such as exam duration, Teaching Hr/week, Practical Hr/week, Total Marks, internal marks, theory marks, duration and credits do visit complete sem subjects post given below.


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For all other bteup syllabus 6th sem civil 2019-2020 you can visit BTEUP Syllabus 6th Sem Civil 2019-2020 Subjects. For all other elective subjects do refer to Electives. The detail syllabus for analysis of structures is as follows.

Rationale:

Analysis of structures is the core subject of Civil Engineering knowledge of this subject is essential for a Civil Engineer to understand the behaviour of structure under various forces. Study of subjects will help the students to understand clearly the need of reinforcement in various structural elements made or reinforce concrete. Knowledge of the subject will be very useful while operating structural analysis software.

Learning Outcomes:

After understanding the subject student will be able to:

  • Calculate various forces and moments used in design of structures
  • Calculate shear force and bending moment in redundant beams and frames
  • Calculate design moments and shear force in framed structures with different support conditions
  • Design of elementary profile of dam by firing the base width
  • Understand the effect of wind force on vertical structures like chimneys
  • Use structural analysis softwares

1. Fixed and continuous Beams (08 Periods)

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2. Principal stress and strain (08 Periods)

Stress on inclined planes, principal plane and principal stress in elements subjected to direct and shear stress and their combinations. Mohr Circle for calculation of stress on inclined planes and principal strain for above cases

3. Combined Direct and Bending stress (08 Periods)

Eccentric loading middle third rule columns subjected to uni-axial and bi-axial eccentric leading. Dams- application of middle third rule for firing the base width calculation of stresses at the base of dam and stability of dam against overturning and sliding vertical structures like chimney subjected to movement due to wind forces.

4. Strain Energy (14 Periods)

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5. Redundant frames (10 Periods)

Statically indeterminate structures. The second theorem of castigliano redundant trusses Degree of redundancy. Portal frames further application of principle of least work.

6. Moment Distribution Method (12 Periods)

Basic proposition relative stiffness, continuous beams with and without fixed ends. Sinking of support portal frames with and without sway (simple problem only)

7. Slope Deflection Method (10 Periods)

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS

  1. Analysis of structures by Rama murtham
  2. Analysis of structures by R.S Khurmi
  3. Analysis of structures by Vazirani&Ratwani Vol I & II

Means of Assessment:

  1. Assignments
  2. Subject Quiz
  3. Presentation
  4. Viva-voce
  5. Midterm and Semester exam

For detail syllabus of all other subjects of BE Civil, 2019-2020 scheme do visit Civil 6 syllabus for 2019-2020 Scheme.

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