Sem 6

  • DESIGN OF RCC AND PRESTRESS CONCRETE STRUCTURE Pankaj Teware -
    Prestressed concrete is used in a wide range of building and civil structures where its improved performance can allow for longer spans, reduced structural thicknesses, and material savings compared with simple reinforced concrete. Typical applications include high-rise buildings, residential slabs, foundation systems, bridge and dam structures, silos and tanks, industrial pavements and nuclear containment structures.
    7 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Water Resources Engineering-I by NSF Nityanand Futane -
    Study of Hydrology and Irrigation Engineering
    8 Lessons 06:00:00 Hours English
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  • Numerical Methods & Computer Programming (6CE01) Rameshwar Ingalkar -
    This course covers Computer Programming using FORTRAN language for solving numerical methods and various Civil Engineering problems
    14 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Water Resources Engineering -I by ABR Amitkumar Ranit -
    Water Resources Engineering divided into Hydrology and Irrigation Engineer
    3 Lessons 00:13:36 Hours English
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  • Design of RCC and Prestressed Concrete Structures by VKR Vakas Rahman -
    6CE02: DESIGN OF RCC & PRESTRESS CONCRETE STRUCTURES SECTION – A (DESIGN OF R.C.C. STRUCTURES BY LIMIT STATE METHOD) Unit I: 1. Design of interior panel of flat slab by direct design method. (Problem on square panel only) 2. Design of cantilever retaining wall and Counterfort retaining wall. Unit-II: 1. Design of combined footing. 2. Complete design of simple, small structures like Canopies & Parking shed. SECTION-B PRESTRESSED CONCRETE: Unit-III: 1. Introduction to Prestressed concrete: Materials and their characteristics, types of prestressing, Methods and various prestressing systems, Losses of prestress 2. Analysis of beams for flexure, under working load for Rectangular and flanged sections Unit-IV: 1. Basic Design of rectangular sections for flexure by limit state method, Design of one way single span slabs. 2. Design of prestressed concrete circular water tanks by IS code method.
    12 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Power Supply System (Free Elective II) by ASD Atul Dahane -
    This subject provides in depth knowledge about understanding power system network comprising generation, transmission and distribution connecting various small and large industrial, commercial and household consumers.
    13 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Estimating and Costing - SS Syed Sabihuddin -
    o provide the student with the ability to estimate the quantities of item of works involved in buildings, water supply and sanitary works, road works and irrigation works, and also to equip the student with the ability to do rate analysis, valuation of properties and preparation of reports for estimation of various items.
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  • Estimating and costing by ARS Anup Somwanshi -
    The process of calculation of quantities and costs of various items in connection with the construction project is called an “estimate”. An estimate is prepared by first obtaining the quantity of the items required to complete the project and multiplied by unit cost of the items.
    4 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Transportation Engineering-II by ARS Anup Somwanshi -
    Railway engineering is a multi-faceted engineering discipline dealing with the design, construction and operation of all types of rail transport systems. It encompasses a wide range of engineering disciplines, including civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering and production engineering.An airport is an aerodrome with extended facilities, mostly for commercial air transport.Airports often have facilities to store and maintain aircraft, and a control tower. An airport consists of a landing area, which comprises an aerially accessible open space including at least one operationally active surface such as a runway for a plane to take off or a helipad, and often includes adjacent utility buildings such as control towers, hangars and terminals. Larger airports may have airport aprons, taxiway bridges, air traffic control centres, passenger facilities such as restaurants and lounges, and emergency services. In some countries, the US in particular, they also typically have one or more fixed-base operators, serving general aviation.
    1 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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