Sem 8

  • Project Planning and Mangement Shrikant Harle -
    PPM
    39 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - II By P.S. Mahatme Parag Mahatme -
    Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering that is concerned with protecting people from the effects of adverse environmental effects, such as pollution, as well as improving environmental quality. Environmental engineers work to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control.
    7 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Environmental Engineering-II by NSF Nityanand Futane -
    Study of waste water, air pollution and solid waste management
    8 Lessons 08:00:00 Hours English
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  • Water Resource Engineering -II By VRD Vaibhav Dhawale -
    The entire subject of irrigation engineering with with detailed design work relating to the design of irrigation and hydraulic structure
    4 Lessons 06:00:00 Hours English
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  • Project Planning & Management by VKR Vakas Rahman -
    8CE03 PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT SECTION-A Unit-I : Project, Project Stakeholders, Project life cycle – Conceptual Phase, Planning Phase, Execution Phase, Termination phase. Conceptual Phase - Concept of feasibility study, Budgeting, Cash Flow, Risk assessment plan. Project planning- Steps, work break down structure, Scheduling, Project Monitoring & Controlling- Concept of Tracking, Reviewing and Rescheduling. Planning Tools: Basic concept of Gantt chart, Bar Chart, Milestone chart, their advantage, limitations and overcoming measures, Unit II: Networking – Activity, Event, dummy Activity, Fulerson’s numbering rule, Geometrical consideration. Critical Path Method: Concept, technique, Critical path, Numerical on Time and Floats computation, concept of Updating Network and its numerical for computation. Unit III: PERT: Concept, technique, three time estimates, average time, Critical path, slack computation, S.D, Variance, Probability factor,, crash programme , normal and crash cost, normal and crash time, cost slope, Numerical on Probability computation, crashing . SECTION – B Unit –IV: Concept of resource smoothening and levelling, Cost Cuves, Numerical of it. Introduction to MicroSoft Project Planner software .Various stages and process for Work Breakdown structure, planning, scheduling and resource allocation for project in MSP. One Compulsory assignment for planning, scheduling and resource allocation for construction project using Microsoft Project Planner. Unit-V: Management- Feyol’s Principal of Management, Functions of management, organization definition, type line, line and staff, functional organization, quality control, ISO. Safety management ,construction hazards in multistage building, method of prevention of accident, injury rate, injury severity rate, injury index, National safety council, its role, recommendation, Material management , Objective ,Functions, Inventory, Need for inventory, ABC,EOQ analysis. Unit VI: Equipment Management: a) Power shovel: Construction, working, Output, factors affecting, cycle time, Problem n Output. b) Dragline: Construction, working, output, factor affect ting output, cycle time, Problem on output. c) Concrete mixer, Tilting and non-tilting type construction working. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1) Peurifoy R.L. : Construction Planning, Equipment & Method. 2) Srinath L.S. : PERT & CPM. 3) Punmia & Khandelwal : PERT & CPM. 4) Khanna S.K. : Industrial Organization & Management. 5) Satyanarayan : Operations Reserach.
    11 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Dam Engineering by ABU Ashish Ugale -
    Dam, structure built across a stream, a river, or an estuary to retain water. Dams are built to provide water for human consumption, for irrigating arid and semiarid lands, or for use in industrial processes. They are used to increase the amount of water available for generating hydroelectric power, to reduce peak discharge of floodwater created by large storms or heavy snowmelt, or to increase the depth of water in a river in order to improve navigation and allow barges and ships to travel more easily. Dams can also provide a lake for recreational activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing. Many dams are built for more than one purpose; for example, water in a single reservoir can be used for fishing, to generate hydroelectric power, and to support an irrigation system. Water-control structures of this type are often designated multipurpose dams.
    8 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Dam Engineering By AGK Ankit Kale -
    Dam, structure built across a stream, a river, or an estuary to retain water. Dams are built to provide water for human consumption, for irrigating arid and semiarid lands, or for use in industrial processes. They are used to increase the amount of water available for generating hydroelectric power, to reduce peak discharge of floodwater created by large storms or heavy snowmelt, or to increase the depth of water in a river in order to improve navigation and allow barges and ships to travel more easily. Dams can also provide a lake for recreational activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing. Many dams are built for more than one purpose; for example, water in a single reservoir can be used for fishing, to generate hydroelectric power, and to support an irrigation system. Water-control structures of this type are often designated multipurpose dams.
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  • Environmental Engineering-II Lab by NSF Nityanand Futane -
    Practical about Environmental Engineering related Waste Water
    10 Lessons 02:00:00 Hours English
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  • Water Resource Engineering -II Practical By VRD Vaibhav Dhawale -
    The objectives of this course are to learn and apply the principle or Water Resource Engineering-II Practical fundamentals of: 1. To study and design a fixing control level of reservoir. 2. To study earthen dam and their drainage system. 3. To study and design theoretical and practical profile gravity dam. 4. To study and design of diversion weir on permeable foundation, Ogee spillway with energy dissipaters 5. To study lined and unlined canal structure
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