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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)


with effect from AY 2015-16

M13 (a):Stability of Structures( Elective-II)

Teaching Scheme:
Lectures:3 Hrs/week
Tutorials:1 Hr/Week

Examination Scheme:
Theory Paper: 100 Marks
Duration: .04 hours

Course Description:

The objectives of this course are to make students to learn principles of stability of structures and
to analyze the structural elements for stability.

Course Outcomes:
After successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Understand the principles of strength and stability


Analyze stability of continues beam and frames
Understand the concepts of lateral buckling of beams.
Understand the inelastic stability of columns.
Analyze dynamic stability of structures.
.

M13 (a): Stability of Structures( Elective-II)


Syllabus
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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
with effect from AY 2015-16
Section - I
Unit I:

Introduction: Concept of stability, Static, dynamic and energy criterion of

6 hrs

stability. Flexibility and stiffness criteria, Snap-through & post buckling


Unit II:

behavior.
Stability of columns: Critical load for standard boundary conditions,

6 hrs

elastically restrained perfect Columns, effect of transverse shear in buckling,


columns with geometric imperfections, eccentrically loaded columns.
Orthogonality of buckling modes. Large deformation theory for columns.
Unit III: Stability of continuous Beams and Frames: Moment distribution and

6 hrs

stiffness methods for stability analysis of continuous beam & frames.

Section - II
Unit IV:

Lateral Buckling of Beam: Differential equations for lateral bucking, lateral

6 hrs

buckling of beams in pure bending, lateral buckling of beams subjected to


Unit V:

concentrated and uniformly distributed forces.


In-elastic stability of Columns: In-elastic buckling, double modulus theory,

6 hrs

tangent modulus theory, Shanleys theory of in-elastic buckling, eccentrically


Unit VI:

loaded in-elastic columns.


Dynamic Stability of Structure:
Discrete systems, Lagrange-Hamilton formulation for continuous systems,
Stability of continuous system, general method for conservative and non
conservative systems.

M13 (a):Stability of Structures (Elective-II)


Tutorial:

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6 hrs

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR


REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
with effect from AY 2015-16
One hour per week per batch tutorial is to be utilized for problem solving to ensure that students
have properly learnt the topics covered in the lectures. This shall include assignment, tutorials,
quiz, and surprise test, declared test, seminar, final orals and any others. The teacher may add
any of other academic activity to evaluate student for his/her in semester performance.

References
1. Stability Theory of structures, Ashwini Kumar, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.
2. Theory of Elastic Stability, Timoshenko and Gere,McGrawHill International.
3. Design for Structural Stability , Kirby and Nether Cot , Granada Publishing, London.
4. Principles of structural stability Theory Alexander Chajes, Prentice- Hall,Inc,
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

M13 (b): Reliability Based Design of Structures (Elective II)

Teaching Scheme:
Lectures:3 Hrs/week
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Examination Scheme:
Theory Paper: 100 Marks

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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
with effect from AY 2015-16
Tutorials:1 Hr/Week

Duration: .04 hours

Course Description:
Reliability of Structures enables students to appreciate how to value and handle reliability as an
important dimension of structural design. It discusses the concepts of limit states and limit state
functions, and presents methodologies for calculating reliability indices and calibrating partial
safety factors. It also supplies information on the probability distributions and parameters used to
characterize both applied loads and member resistances.
Course Outcomes:
After successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Understand the principles of reliability.


Summarize the Probability distributions
Understands the concept of System reliability.
Apply reliability based concept in design.

M13 (b): Reliability Based Design of Structures (Elective II)


Syllabus
Section - I
Unit I:

Fundamentals of Probability theory, Concepts of Structural safety, design

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6 hrs

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method, basic statistics and probability data reductions. Histograms, sample
correlation, Random variables, discrete and continuous variables, common
probability distributions.
Resistance distributions and parameters, statistical analysis of materials-steel,

Unit II:

6 hrs

concrete, bricks and mortar, characterization of variables, allowable stresses,


probabilistic analysis for live load, gravity load and wind load.
Unit III: Structural reliability, computation of basic Structural reliability, reliability

6 hrs

analysis of simple elements, level II reliability methods, Basic variables and


failure surface FOS method reliability of systems, multiple failure modes,
redundant and non redundant systems, series, parallel and combined systems,
Fault tree, Event tree analysis.

Section - II
Unit IV:

Monte Carlo methods of analysis study of structural safety, generation of

6 hrs

random numbers ,continuous discrete and jointly distributed variables,


application to reliability analysis of concrete structures.
Reliability based design load and resistance factors of design, safety checking

Unit V:

6 hrs

formats and code calibrations, IS Code provisions, introduction to stochastic


Unit VI:

process.
Decision analysis, Simple risk decision problems, decision models, decision

6 hrs

tree, decision criteria, decision based on existing information, prior analysis.

M13 (b): Reliability Based Design of Structures (Elective II)


Tutorial:
One hour per week per batch tutorial is to be utilized for problem solving to ensure that students
have properly learnt the topics covered in the lectures. This shall include assignment, tutorials,
quiz, and surprise test, declared test, seminar, final orals and any others. The teacher may add
any of other academic activity to evaluate student for his/her in semester performance.
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References
1. Structural Reliability, Analysis and Predictions, R. E .Melchers, Ellis- Horwood Ltd.
Chichester UK.
2 Probilistic Approaches to Design, Edward Haugen, JohnWiley and sons.
3. Reliability Analysis and Design of Structures, R. Ranganathan , Tata Mc-Graw Hill
4. Probability, Reliability and Statistical methods in Engineering design- Achintya Haldar,
and Sankaran Mahadevan John Wiley and Sons. Inc.
5. Reliability Based Design in Civil Engineering, Milton, E. Harr Mc Graw Hill book Co.

M13 (c): Design of Tall Structures (Elective II)


Teaching Scheme:
Lectures:3 Hrs/week
Tutorials:1 Hr/Week

Examination Scheme:
Theory Paper: 100 Marks
Duration: .04 hours
Term Work: 25

Course Description:
The objectives of this course are to make students to learn principles of stability of tall buildings,
to design the tall buildings for earthquake and wind resistance. To evaluate the performance of
tall structures for strength and stability
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Course Outcomes:
After successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Analyze building frames for lateral and gravity loads by approximate methods.
2. Understand the principles of strength and stability
3. Design and develop analytical skills.
4. Understand the concepts of P-Delta analysis.

M13 (c): Design of Tall Structures (Elective II)


Syllabus
Section - I
Unit I:

Unit II:

Design Criteria: Design philosophy, loading, sequential loading, and 6 hrs


materials high performance concrete, fiber reinforced concrete, lightweight
concrete, design mixes. Loading and Movement: Gravity loading: Dead and
live load, methods of live load reduction, Impact, Gravity loading,
Construction loads
Wind loading: static and dynamic approach, Analytical and wind tunnel 6 hrs

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experimentation method.
Earthquake loading: Equivalent lateral force, modal analysis, combinations
of loading, working stress design, Limit state design, Plastic design.
Unit III: Behavior of Various Structural Systems: Factors affecting growth, Height 6 hrs
and structural form; High rise behavior, Rigid frames, braced frames, in-filled
frames, shear walls, coupled shear walls, wall-frames, tubular, cores, Futigger
braced and hybrid mega system..

Section - II
Unit IV:

Unit V:
Unit VI:

Analysis and Design: Modeling for approximate analysis, accurate analysis 6 hrs
and reduction techniques, analysis of building as total structural system
considering overall integrity and major subsystem interaction, analysis for
member forces; drift and twist, computerized general three dimensional
analyses.
Stability of Tall Buildings: Overall buckling analysis of frames, wall frames, 6 hrs
and approximate methods.
Second order effects of gravity of loading, P-Delta analysis, simultaneous 6 hrs
first order and P-Delta analysis, Transnational, Torsional instability, out of
plum effects, stiffness of member in stability, effect of foundation rotation.
Structural elements: sectional shapes, properties and resisting capacities,
design, deflection, cracking, pre-stressing, shear flow. Design for differential
movement, creep and shrinkage effects, temperature effects and fire.

M13(c): Design of Tall Structures (Elective II)


Tutorial:
One hour per week per batch tutorial is to be utilized for problem solving to ensure that students
have properly learnt the topics covered in the lectures. This shall include assignment, tutorials,
quiz, and surprise test, declared test, seminar, final orals and any others. The teacher may add
any of other academic activity to evaluate student for his/her in semester performance.

References
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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
with effect from AY 2015-16
1. Structural Analysis and Design of Tall Buildings, Taranath B.S, McGraw Hill
2. High rise building structures, Wilf gang Schuller, John Wiley
3. Tall building structures Analysis and Design Bryan Stafford Smith & Alexcoull, John Wiley
4. Structural concepts and system for Architects and Engineers Structural concepts and system
for Architects and Engineers - John Wiley
5. Advances in Tall Buildings, Lynn S.Beedle, - New Age International Limited.

M13 (d): Structural Design of Bridges(Elective II)


Teaching Scheme:
Lectures:3 Hrs/week
Tutorials:1 Hr/Week

Examination Scheme:
Theory Paper: 100 Marks
Duration: .04 hours
Term Work: 25 Marks

Course Description:
The objectives of this course is to make students to learn planning, IRC specifications for road
bridges and principles of Structural Design of bridges, To design and to detail the RCC, PSC
and Plate Girder bridge superstructures. To design substructure and bearings for bridges..
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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
with effect from AY 2015-16

Course Outcomes:
After successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Understand Choice of type, IRC Specifications and loads for road bridges.
Design short span and long span bridges.
Design Prestressd concrete bridges
Design Plate girder bridge for highway and railway.
Design bearings and substructure.
.

M13 (d): Structural Design of Bridges(Elective II)


Syllabus
Section - I
Unit I:

Introduction: Classification, investigations and planning, choice of type, I.R.C.

6 hrs

specifications for road bridges, standard live loads, other forces acting on bridges,
general design considerations.

Unit II:

Short Span Bridges: Load distribution theories, analysis and design of slab

culverts, box culvert, tee beam and slab bridges.


Unit III: Long Span Girder Bridges: Design principles of continuous bridges, box
girder bridges, balanced cantilever bridges.
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6 hrs
6 hrs

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Section - II
Unit IV:

Design of Prestressed Bridges: Flexural and torsional parameters, Courbons 7 hrs


theory , Distribution co-efficient by exact analysis, Design of girder section,
maximum and minimum prestressing forces ,Eccentricity. Live load and dead
load shear forces. Cable zone in girder . Check for stresses at various sections.

Unit V:

Design of End block .Extradosed Bridge, Concept and Design


Design of Plate Girder Bridges: Design of welded plate girder bridges for 6 hrs
highway and railway loading ,wind effects, main section, splicing,
curtailment, stiffeners.

Unit VI:

Bearings and Substructures: Different types of bearings. Design of 5 hrs


bearings, Design of concrete piers and abutments,

Types of bridge

foundations..

M13 (d): Structural Design of Bridges (Elective II)


Tutorial:
One hour per week per batch tutorial is to be utilized for problem solving to ensure that students
have properly learnt the topics covered in the lectures. This shall include assignment, tutorials,
quiz, and surprise test, declared test, seminar, final orals and any others. The teacher may add
any of other academic activity to evaluate student for his/her in semester performance.

References
1. Bridge Engineering, Ponnuswamy S., Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.
2. Essentials of Bridge Engineering, Johnson Victor D., Oxford and IBH
Publishing Co. New Delhi, 1990
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3. Design of Bridge Structures, Jagadeesh.T.R. and Jayaram.M.A., Prentice


Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. 2004.
4. Concrete Bridge Practice , Raina V.K., Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company, New Delhi, 1991.
5

IRC 21 1966 Standard Specifications And Code Of Practice For Road Bridges-Section III
Cement Concrete (Plain and reinforced) The Indian Road Congress New Delhi

IS 456 2000 Indian Standard Plain and Reinforced Concrete Code of Practice- (Fourth
Revision) BIS New Delhi.

IS 1343 Indian Standard Prestressed Concrete Code of Practice- BIS New Delhi

M13 (e): Design of Shell and Folded Plate Structures (Elective II)
Teaching Scheme:
Lectures:3 Hrs/week
Tutorials:1 Hr/Week

Examination Scheme:
Theory Paper: 100 Marks
Duration: .04 hours
Term Work: 25 Marks

Course Description:
The objectives of this course are to make students to learn different methods of analysis and
design of plates and shells, To critically detail the plates, folded plates and shells. To evaluate the
performance of spatial structures. The section I deals with analysis and design of cylindrical
shells by beam and Membrane Theory and section-II deals with design of shells of double
curvature , Synclastic and anticlastic shells. The design of reinforced concrete folded plates is
included in second section.

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REVISED SYLLABUS FOR M.E. (CIVIL STRUCTURS)
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Course Outcomes:
After successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Understand the behavior, dimensions of shells and folded plates
2. Analyze and Design Cylindrical shells by membrane and beam theory.
3 Analyze and Design anticlastic and synclastic shells by membrane theory
4. Analyze and Design folded plates.
.

M13 (e): Design of Shell and Folded Plate Structures (Elective II)
Syllabus
Section - I
Unit I:

Shells and folded plates- Introduction, Behavior, Different forms, factors 6 hrs
governing selection of shell type and Dimensions of folded plates,

Unit II:

Advantages and Disadvantages of shell roofs.


Analysis and Design of cylindrical shells by membrane theory.

Unit III: Analysis and Design of cylindrical shells by beam Theory.

6 hrs
6 hrs

Section - II
Unit IV:

Shells of Double curvature-Analysis and Design by membrane theory of 6 hrs

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Unit V:

shells of revolution.
Anticlastic and synclastic shells of Double curvature. Analysis and Design by

6 hrs

membrane Theory

Unit VI:

Design of Folded Plates iteration method and Simpsons method.

6 hrs

M13 (e): Design of Shell and Folded Plate Structures (Elective II)
Tutorial:
One hour per week per batch tutorial is to be utilized for problem solving to ensure that students
have properly learnt the topics covered in the lectures. This shall include assignment, tutorials,
quiz, and surprise test, declared test, seminar, final orals and any others. The teacher may add
any of other academic activity to evaluate student for his/her in semester performance.

References
1. Design and Construction of Concrete Shell Roofs G.S.Ramaswami , CBS Publishers.

2. Analysis of Thin Concrete Shells, K.Chandrashekhara, Tata McGraw Hill Publications.

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3. Theory and Design of Concrete Shells, B.K.Chatterjee , Oxford &IBH.
4. IS 2204-1962, Code of practice for construction of Reinforced Concrete Shell Roofs.
5. IS 2210-1962, Criteria for Design of Reinforced Concrete Shell Structures and Folded Plates.

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