Friday, March 27, 2015

Backlog Irrigation Engg (CVL015)

Here is the link for TUTORIAL SHEETS & Assignment sheets

Solve the 5 assignments and 3 tutorial sheets for the CA.

Class test on April 8, 2015.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

instructions for CA in Advance Surveying [back log student]

Dear Student, for your CA marks follow the following instructions

[1] Assignment - complete it and submits me in department by hand in hard copy
[2] Class Test – I will take your class test on same date and time, when you come to submit the above assignment. Come & meet me as soon as possible.
Assignment for Advance Surveying [for Back Log Students]
Assignment –I
(i)                 What are the various systems of coordinates employed to locate the position of a celestial body? Explain briefly.
(ii)        Draw a neat sketch to show the latitude and longitude of a place on the surface of the Earth
(iii)       Explain the importance of astronomical triangle in field astronomy. What are different   rules of spherical triangle?       
(iv    What is probable error? List the individual errors which contribute to the total probable error.          
(v)        Enumerate the principal of least squares. Shows how this principal is used for determination of two unknowns in linear equations.
Assignment –II
(i)                 How you determine the intervisibility of triangulation stations?
(ii)        Compare the various triangulation figures mentioning their suitability. How does triangulation differ from trilateration.
(iii)       What precautions will you like to measure the base line?
(iv)       Why curve provided? Derive a relation between the radius and degree of a curve.
(v)        State the different methods of calculating the length of a transition curve.
Assignment –III
[i]         A rectangular plot of land has sides 60.45±0.02 m and 50.84±0.03 m. What should be the area of the rectangular plot?
[ii]        While measuring horizontal angles by a theodolite at station O, the following observation were recorded are A= 2801’28.2”, B= 37059’12.6”, C= 660 00’44.4”. Determine the most probable  values of A,B, and C
[iii]       The following observation were made in a rating test of a current meter with rating formula V=aN+b, where N= 0.4, 1.2, 1.6, 2.2 and V= 0.6, 1.8, 2.4, 2.5. Find the constant value a &b using least square method.
[iv        While measuring horizontal angles by a theodolite at station O, the following observation were recorded are A=4801’28.2”, B= 76059’12.6”, C= 550 00’44.4” and its wt are 3, 4, 2.  Determine the most probable values of A, B, and C.
[v]        Using matrix method  determine the most probable of the following
A= 2801’28.2”,
B= 37059’12.6”
A+2B=100059’12.6”
C= 660 00’44.4”
2B+C=140059’12.6”

Prashant Mukherjee [Dept of Civil Engg] Sharda University

Monday, March 9, 2015

BACKLOG IRRIGATION ENGG SYLLABUS

Unit 1: Introduction-Necessity of irrigation, Importance of irrigation, benefits of irrigation, Ill effects of irrigation, Methods of irrigation.                                                                            
Unit 2: Hydrology-Definitions, Hydrological cycles, Rainfall, Runoff, Flood discharge.                   
 Unit 3: Irrigation- Function of water, various crops of area, Crop season, Delta, Duty, Crop rotation
 Unit 4: Survey- Importance of water, various types of surveys, Reasonability and feasibility of projects.   
Unit 8: Lift Irrigation-Importance of lift irrigation, Suitability, Advantages and limitations    

OCF BACKLOG SYLLABUS



Unit 1: Introduction

Difference between open channel flow and pipe flow, geometrical parameters of a channel, continuity equation, Uniform flow: Chezy’s and Manning’s equations for uniform flow in open channels, velocity distribution, most efficient channel section.

 

Unit 2: Energy and Momentum Principles

Critical depth, concepts of specific energy and specific force, Critical, subcritical and supercritical flows, Froude Number, application of specific energy principle for interpretation of open channel phenomena, flow through vertical and horizontal contractions.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Backlog DPC students 2015 MTE

The syllabus for Backlog MTE for DPC is first four units according to syllabus.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

internal assessment for Advanced Surveying

Dear Student, it is to inform you that I am going to make internal assessment for you in Advanced Surveying. So meet with me as soon as possible.
prashant mukherjee [civil engg deptt]
Roll No.
Enrollment No.
Student Name
Sub Code
Subject Name
Term
110107206
11setcivl099
Tushar Vasudev
Cvl 003
Advanced  urveying
VI
110107196
11setcivl271
Sonu Kumar
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
110107124
11setcivl145
Nikhil Sharma
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
110107201
11setcivl322
Sumit Chapagain
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
110107132
11setcivl056
Pavan Kumar Varshney
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
100107108
10setcivl182
Mayank Bhardwaj
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
100107049
10setcivl353
Bharat Singh Nagar
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
090107031
09setcivl188
Arun Chaudhry
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI
090107084
09setcivl172
Munesh Kumar Sharma
Cvl 003
Advanced Surveying
VI

Syllabus for Advanced Surveying
Unit I: Field Astronomy
Definitions of astronomical terms, coordinate systems for locating heavenly bodies. Geographic, Geodetic, Geocentric, Cartesian, Local and Projected coordinates for earth resources mapping. Convergence of meridian, parallel of latitude, shortest distance between two points on the earth, determination of latitude and longitude.
Unit II: Basics of Geodesy
Introduction to Spherical Trigonometry and Spherical Coordinates; History and Development of Geodesy, Geodetic, Datums and Control; Networks; Understanding the Geometry of Reference Ellipsoid , Reference Coordinate Systems, Coordinate or datum Conversion, Lines (curves) on the Ellipsoid, Normal sections and geodetic lines, Radii of curvature and calculation of lengths of lines; Direction of lines on the ellipsoid
Unit III: Theory of errors and Adjustment of survey measurements
Sources of errors; types of error; accuracy and precision, propagation ofvariance/covariance and adjustment of errors using observation equation and condition equation approach (approximate and matrix-based solution) with example on adjustment of level nets, traverse, triangulation figures.
Unit IV: Triangulation and Trilateration
Necessity of Control Surveying, Principle of Triangulation and Trilateration classification of Triangulation Systems Station Marks, Towers and Signals, Satellite station, Intersected and Resected points, Reconnaissance, Indivisibility of stations, Angular Measurement, Base line measurement and its extension
Unit V: Setting out
Need of setting out; Control for setting out: Vertical and Horizontal control; Protection and referencing of controls, Basic setting out procedures: angle distance, distance, angle-angle; Use of grids in setting out; Use of total station and GPS in setting out; Special instruments for setting out: rotating laser, zenith-nadir plumb, Setting out building foundation and floors; Controlling verticality of structures; Route setting out: Setting out curves: simple and transition curves, vertical curves
Unit -VI: Project Survey

General requirements and specifications for Engineering project surveys, Reconaissance, Preliminary and Location surveys for highways, railways and canals, Correlation of surface and underground surveys in case of culverts, Bridges and Tunnels; Principles and practice of hydrographic surveys, Layout of culverts, canals, bridges and buildings.