by: Santosh Kumar Muchetty • 443
This application has question and answers of the below topics which is syllabus for B.Tech/BE 1st year students.
Elements of civil Engg/Engineering Mechanics
Topics included are,
1. Support reactions,
3. Substructures and superstructures,
4. Material technology.
1. INTRODUCTION: Scope of different fields of civil engineering, role of a civil engineer
2. PRINCIPLES OF STATICS: Types of loads, supports, beams, statically determinant and indeterminate beams
3. Support Reactions: 27 solved numerical
4. Quiz (43 Nos)
1. CENTROID OF GEOMETRIC FIGURES: Locating centroid of a triangle, rectangle, circle, semi circle, quadrant of a circle by using method of integration (first principles), centroid of simple built up sections, numerical problems.
2. Solved 47 Numerical
3. Quiz (22 Nos)
1. SUB STRUCTURE COMPONENTS: Foundation,functions-types of foundation like masonry foundation,isolated foundation,combined foundation,raft foundation,grillage foundation and pile foundation.
2. SUPER STRUCTURE COMPONENTS: Walls-functions of walls,requirements of walls,doors and windows,lintels-its types and functions,roof-types and functions,flooring-functions, staircase-components of a staircase,types of staircase.
3. MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY: Properties and uses of bricks,stones,timber,different types and uses of cement. Concrete: Ingredients,properties and uses of fresh, hardened and reinforced cement concrete, arches,stone masonry,shoring,scaffolding,chejja,weather proofing course,damp proof construction.
4 Quiz (23 Nos)
Various questions are selected from different universities (VTU, Autonomous etc) question papers from the year 2002-2012. Along with the above questions, many more typical numericals, theory and quiz questions are discussed.
The content is so clear that there is no need for a student/learner to refer any other books. This is also helpful to prepare for interview and to face any competitive exams.
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I am working on releasing the other UNIT like moment of inertia, simple stresses and strains, SFD and BMD, equilibrium of forces, friction and many more.
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