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  • Lesson Plan of CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

    4th Semester Civil Engineering

    W W Period Theory Portion W W Practical

    I 1 Introduction: Definition of concrete, properties of

    concrete, uses of concrete in comparison to other

    building materials

    I,II To determine the physical

    properties of cement such as

    fineness, consistency, setting

    time, soundness and compressive

    strength of cement as per IS

    Codes

    2 Advantages and disadvantages of concrete. III To determine flakiness at

    elongation Index of coarse

    aggregate

    3 Ingredients of Concrete: Cement: physical

    properties of cement; different types of cement as

    per IS Codes

    IV To determine silt content in fine

    aggregate

    II 1 Aggregates: Classification of aggregates according

    to size and shape

    V Determination of specific gravity

    and water absorption of aggregates

    2 Characteristics of aggregates: Particle size and

    shape, surface texture, specific gravity of aggregate;

    bulk density, water absorption, surface moisture,

    bulking of sand, deleterious materials soundness

    VI Determination of bulk density and

    voids of aggregates

    3 Grading of aggregates: coarse aggregate, fine

    aggregate; All-in- aggregate; fineness modulus;

    interpretation of grading charts

    Water: Water Quality requirements as per IS:456-

    2000

    VII Determination of particle size

    distribution of fine, coarse and

    all-in-aggregate by sieve analysis

    (grading of aggregate)

    III 1 Water Cement Ratio: Hydration of cement principle

    of water-cement ratio, Duff Abram’s

    VIII To determine bulking of fine

    aggregates

    2 Water-cement ratio law: Limitations of water-

    cement ratio law

    IX To determine workability by

    slump test and to verify the effect

    of water, fine aggregate/coarse

    aggregate ratio and aggregate/Cement ratio on slump

    3 effects on strength of concrete X Compaction factor test for

    workability

    IV 1 Properties of Concrete: Properties in plastic state:

    Workability, Segregation, Bleeding and Harshness

    XI Non destructive test on concrete

    by:

    Rebound Hammer Test

    2 Factors affecting workability, Measurement of

    workability: slump test, compacting factor and Vee

    Bee consistometer; Recommended slumps for

    placement in various conditions as per IS:456-

    2000/SP-23

    XII Non destructive test on concrete

    by:

    Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test

    3 Properties in hardened state: Strength, Durability XIII To determine compressive

    strength of concrete cubes for

    different grades of concrete

    V 1 Properties in hardened state: Impermeability,

    Dimensional changes;

    XIV To determine compressive

    strength of concrete cubes for

    different grades of concrete

    2 Concrete Mix Design: Objectives of mix design XV To determine flexural strength of

    concrete beam

    3 introduction to various grades as per IS:456-2000;

    proportioning for nominal mix design as prescribed

  • by IS 456-2000

    VI 1 introduction to various grades as per IS:456-2000;

    proportioning for nominal mix design as prescribed

    by IS 456-2000

    2 Adjustment on site for: Bulking of fine aggregate,

    water absorption of aggregate, workability

    3 Difference between nominal and controlled

    concrete

    VII 1 Difference between nominal and controlled

    concrete

    2 Introduction to IS-10262-2009-Code for controlled

    mix design.

    3 Introduction to Admixtures (chemicals and

    minerals) for improving performance of concrete

    VIII 1 Introduction to Admixtures (chemicals and minerals) for improving performance of concrete

    2 Special Concretes (only features)

    3 Concreting under special conditions, difficulties

    and precautions before, during and after concreting:

    Cold weather concreting, Under water concreting,

    Hot weather concreting

    IX 1 Concreting under special conditions, difficulties

    and precautions before, during and after concreting:

    Cold weather concreting, Under water concreting,

    Hot weather concreting

    2 Ready mix concrete

    3 Fibre reinforced concrete

    X 1 Polymer Concrete

    2 Fly ash concrete

    3 Silica fume concrete

    XI 1 Concreting Operations:

    Storing of Cement: Storing of cement in a

    warehouse, Storing of cement at site

    2 Storing of Cement: Effect of storage on strength of

    cement,Determination of warehouse capacity for storage of Cement

    3 Storing of Aggregate: Storing of aggregate at site

    XII 1 Batching (to be shown during site visit ) Batching

    of Cement, Batching of aggregate by: Volume,

    using gauge box (farma) selection of proper gauge

    box, Weight spring balances and batching

    machines

    Measurement of water

    2 Mixing: Hand mixing, Machine mixing - types of

    mixers, capacities of mixers, choosing appropriate

    size of mixers, operation of mixers, Maintenance

    and care of mixers

    3 Transportation of concrete: Transportation of

    concrete using: wheel barrows, transit mixers,

    chutes, belt conveyors, pumps, tower crane and hoists etc.

    XIII 1 Placement of concrete: Checking of form work,

    shuttering and precautions to be taken during

    placement

    2 Compaction: Hand compaction, Machine

    compaction - types of vibrators, internal screed

    vibrators and form vibrators, Selection of

  • suitable vibrators for different situations

    3 Finishing concrete slabs - screeding, floating and

    trowelling

    XIV 1 Curing: Objective of curing, methods of curing like

    ponding, membrane curing, steam curing, chemical

    curing Duration for curing and removal of form

    work

    2 Jointing: Location of construction joints, treatment

    of construction joints, expansion joints in buildings

    - their importance and location

    3 Defects in concrete: Identification of defects and

    methods of removing defects

    XV 1 Importance and methods of non-destructive tests

    (introduction only)

    2 Rebound Hammer Test, Pulse Velocity method

    3 Class Test and Discussion

  • Lesson Plan of PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING

    4th Semester Civil Engineering

    W W Period Theory Portion W W Practical

    I 1 A. WATER SUPPLY

    Introduction, Necessity and brief description of water

    supply system

    I To determine turbidity of water

    sample

    2 Sources of water – surface/sub-surface sources II To determine dissolved oxygen

    of given sample

    3 Quantity of Water

    Water requirement

    III To determine pH value of water

    4 Rate of demand and variation in rate of demand IV To perform jar test for

    coagulation

    II 1 Per capita consumption for domestic, industrial, public

    and fire fighting uses as per BIS standards (no

    numerical problems)

    V To determine BOD of given

    sample

    2 Per capita consumption for domestic, industrial, public

    and fire fighting uses as per BIS standards (no

    numerical problems)

    VI To determine residual chlorine

    in water

    3 Population Forecasting VII To determine conductivity of

    water and total dissolved solids

    4 Population Forecasting VIII To study the installation of following:

    Water meter

    III 1 Quality of Water: Meaning of pure water and methods

    of analysis of water

    IX Connection of water supply of

    building with main

    2 Physical, Chemical and bacteriological tests and their

    significance

    X Pipe valves and bends

    3 Standard of potable water as per Indian Standard XI Water supply and sanitary

    fittings

    4 Maintenance of purity of water XII To study and demonstrate the

    joining/tPeriodseading of GI

    Pipes, CI Pipes, SWG pipes,

    PVC pipes and copper pipes.

    IV 1 Water Treatment (brief introduction) XIII To demonstrate the laying of

    SWG pipes for sewers

    2 Sedimentation - purpose, types of sedimentation tanks XIV Study of water purifying

    process by visiting a field lab

    3 Coagulation/floculation - usual coagulation and their feeding

    XV Demonstration of plumbing tools.

    4 Filtration - significance, types of filters, their suitability

    V 1 Necessity of disinfection of water, forms of

    chlorination, break point chlorine, residual chlorine, application of chlorine.

    2 Necessity of disinfection of water, forms of

    chlorination, break point chlorine, residual chlorine,

    application of chlorine.

    3 Flow diagram of different treatment units, functions of

    (i) Areation fountain (ii) mixer (iii) floculator, (iv)

    classifier, (v) slow and rapid sand filters (vi)

    chlorination chamber.

    4 Flow diagram of different treatment units, functions of

    (i) Areation fountain (ii) mixer (iii) flocu