BASICS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH 1st YEAR QUESTION PAPER 2016-2017

BASICS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING 

QUESTION PAPER 2016 JANUARY






1. To  inculcate  the  essentials  of  Civil  Engineering  field  to  the  students  of  all  branches  of Engineering.


 2. To provide the students an illustration of the significance of the Civil Engineering Profession in satisfying societal needs.



3. General introduction to Civil Engineering - Introduction to types of buildings, Components of a residential building, Introduction to industrial buildings.




Syllabus



General introduction to Civil Engineering - Introduction to types of buildings, Components of a residential building, Introduction to industrial buildings.

Introduction to planning of residential buildings - Simple building plans; Introduction to the various building area terms; Setting out of a building.

Surveying – Principles, Objectives, Horizontal measurements with tapes, Ranging; Levelling – Instruments, Reduction of levels.

Modern surveying instruments; Building materials – Bricks, cement blocks, Cement, Cement mortar, Steel; Building construction – Foundations, Brick masonry, Roofs, Floors, Decorative finishes, Plastering, Paints and Painting.

Basic infrastructure and services – Elevators, Escalators, Ramps, Air conditioning, Sound proofing, Towers, Chimneys, Water Tanks; Intelligent buildings.




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BASICS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH 1st YEAR QUESTION PAPER 2016-2017





Expected outcome


The student will be....



1. The students will be able to illustrate the fundamental aspects of Civil Engineering.


2. The students will be able to plan and set out a building.


3. Students will be able to explain the concepts of surveying for making horizontal and vertical measurements.


4. They will able to illustrate the uses of various building materials and explain the method of construction of different components of a building.


5. Students will be able to discuss about various services in a building.

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