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This is a basic first level course to learn rigid body mechanics covering both statics and dynamics. Statics covers free body diagrams, equilibrium of rigid bodies, analysis of trusses and beams, discussion on friction, virtual work and stability. Dynamics deals with general plane motion of rigid bodies, use of translating and rotating frames of reference for analysis, plane kinetics

Operations research (OR) is an analytical method of problem-solving and decision-making that is useful in the management of organizations. In operations research, problems are broken down into basic components and then solved in defined steps by mathematical analysis.

With the advancements in software and technology, a significant revolution in Civil Engineering field has taken place. Software reduces all the extensive work, specifically through the introduction of programs and applications. Lately, software development has effectively contributed in various Civil Engineering disciplines. It provides engineers with the ability to perform variety of complex calculations, modelling, drafting, design practices and analytical processes with utmost ease. Further these software packages have wide capabilities and help engineers to analyze, design, plan and monitor projects, which earlier was a cumbersome job. Civil Engineering students need to learn all skill sets and demonstrate the practical applications to Engineering problems. Hence this course covers the study of various types of software packages and their application in Civil Engineering fields.

Course Objectives

1. To analyse the stresses and strains for three-dimensional elements.

2. To understand the equilibrium and compatibility conditions.

3. To understand the concept of plasticity.

4. To understand geometric non-linearity.

5. To understand the concept of buckling and analyse various members subjected to buckling using various methods.

6. To understand and perform collapse load analysis for different types of frames and to comprehend various failure mechanisms and to study the effect of axial force and shear force on fully plastic moment of a section.

Basic concept of concrete technology is essential for civil engineering students to execute the civil engineering projects as per the standard laid down time to time. The concrete technology is the backbone of infrastructure of civil engineering field. The students must know various concreting operations and testing operations during and after construction. It is expected to know the properties of materials, especially concrete and to maintain quality in construction projects. The civil engineering students ought to know the selection of materials, its mix proportioning, mixing, placing, compacting, curing and finishing.

Civil Engineering structures are made using various engineering materials such as steel, concrete, timber, other metals or their composites. They are subjected to force systems resulting into axial forces, bending moments, shear forces, torsion and their combinations. Different materials respond differently to these by getting deformed and having induced stresses. Determination of stress, strain, and deflection suffered by structural elements when subjected to diverse loads is prerequisite for an economical and safe design.

In this course, you will understand the internal response behavior of material under different force systems. The knowledge of ‘ Mechanics of Structures ’ will be foundation of essential theoretical background for the subjects of Structural Analysis and Structural Design.

There are various types of components of any civil engineering structures which are subjected to different types of loading or combination thereof. Most of the structures which are analyzed for finding its structural response which would form the basis for its structural design are indeterminate structure. Notwithstanding, the structural analysis of any civil engineering structural systems idealizing the same as the statically determinate one shall be the foundation of the analysis of the indeterminate structures. The knowledge gained in the subjects such as engineering mechanics and strength of materials in the preceding semesters where students have been exposed to the principles of engineering mechanics and subsequently, its application on the materials and solids to study its behavior under the action of loads and further to evaluate its strength properties, is extended in this subject for the analysis of various structural 

systems such as beams, frames, arches, and suspension bridges.