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Semester 3EG
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1. Define the following: (i) Core (ii) Era (iii) Engineering Geology (iv) Exfoliation 2. Write Short notes on: (i) Geological properties of building stones. (ii) Crag and Trail (iii) Causes of mass movement. (iv) Chemical weathering? 3. Draw a neat sketch of the following: (i) Pedestal/mushroom rock (ii) Asthenosphere and lithosphere 4. Explain following in brief: (i) Various types of plate boundaries. (iii) Use of seismic waves in understanding the interior of the Earth. 5. Describe 1) The types and importance of weathering with examples. 2) Various landforms created by glaciers. 3) Erosional features of river and wind. 4) Two land for ch created by erosive action of wind and glaciers. 5) Internal structure of Earth. 6. Write the name of S shaped river 7. Explain the geological action of wind with landforms. 8. Name the Water present in the pore spaces of rock beneath the earth surface. MODULE2 1. Define the following: (i) Rudaceousrock (ii) Cleavage (iii) Basic rock (iv) Metamorphic agents (v) Delta (vi) Cross bedding (vii) Erosion (viii) Dyke 2. Name the following rocks or minerals with the help of given properties: (Given any Minerals) 3. Write the name of the following features: (i) Basin Shaped igneous intrusion (ii) Sedimentary rocks in between lava flows (iii) Boundary between crust and mantle (iv) A texture of rock where all the constituent grains are of equal size (v) The type of metamorphism where pressure plays the dominant role 4. Write Short notes on: (i) Cataclastic structure (ii) Porphyritic texture (iii) Laccolith and batholith. (iv) Water bearing qualities of rock. 5. Draw a neat sketch of the following: (i) Dyke (ii) Alluvial Fan (iii) Isolated water table held by small extension of impervious rock within previous tract. (iv) The structure with bands of minerals alternate with granular minerals. (v) Hanging valley (vi) Alluvial Fan 6. Describe 1) Various textures of igneous rocks. 2) Various agents of metamorphism. 7. Differentiate between (i) Fracture and cleavage (ii) Thermal and Dynamic Metamorphism 8. Give structure and texture of Igneous rocks with suitable example. 9. Explain the various structures of secondary rocks with diagrams. OR What do you mean by acidic and basic rock? 10. How sedimentary rocks are formed, describe any two structures of these rocks. 11. Name the parent rock of marble and quartzite. MODULE3 1. Define the following: (i) Natural and mechanical joints (ii) Dip and strike (iii) Hade 2. Write the name of the features of Valley made by normal fault 3. Differentiate between (i) Overturned and recumbent fold (ii) Angular unconformity and Nonconformity (iii) Strike and streak (iv) Anticline and syncline (v) Parallel and step fault (vi) Nonconformity and disconformity (vii) Fold axis and axial plane of fold 4. Write Short notes on Order of superposition 5. Draw a neat sketch of the following: (i) Box fold (ii) Columnar joint (iii) Core between normal and inverted the horizontal axis (iv) Group of synclines and anticlines with parallel axes. (v) Two normal faults forming wedge shaped block mountain. 6. Describe the causes and various types of folds with diagrams. 7. What are joints? Explain different types of joints in igneous rocks OR How are columnar and mural joints are formed? 8. Write the lithology and classification of Deccan trap. 9. What are faults ? Give a brief account of various types of Faults in the rocks. 10. State the terminologies of fault. Explain various types of faults with suitable diagrams. OR Give classification of fault. What are the engineering considerations of fault at the site of constructions? 11. Explain concentric fold and similar fold. 12. Explain the importance of core recovery and RQD. Calculate the same from the given data and mention your opinion. Run is 3 meters. (Given Table) 13. What are the different type of folds. 14. What is stratigraphy? Explain laws of stratigraphy. MODULE4 1. State the importance of geological structures during the construction of dam. 2. Describe the seismic method of geophysical investigation. 3. What are the various forces acting on a dam? Explain suitability of various rocks as foundation on dam site. 4. Write Short notes on: 1) Core recovery, 2) RQD and drill water. MODULE5 1. Write Short notes on: (i) Solifluction and creep (ii) Influent and effluent stream. 2. Differentiate between any Five of the following: (i) Confined and unconfined aquifer 3. Describe 1) The favourable and unfavourable geological structures while choosing the alignment of tunnel. 2) The zones of groundwater. 4. Define Cone of Depression. 5. Write the name of the features of Cone Shaped water table 6. Discuss about zones of groundwater, water bearing properties of rocks and factors controlling the movement of water in rocks 7. What is an aquifer Explain necessary condition for artesian aquifer. MODULE6 1. Define the following: (i) Talus slope (ii) Epicentre (iii) Focus (iv) Seismograph 2. Write Short notes on: 1) Ropy and blocky lava, 2) Richter scale. 3) Various causes of landslide? 4) Volcanoes and volcanic products? 3. Differentiate between i) Central eruption and Fissure eruption ii) Central and fissure type eruption. 4. Mention the precautionary measures in earthquake prone areas during construction of building. 5. Name The depression at the mouth of volcano. 6. Explain following in brief Various products erupted during volcanic activities. FM I
MODULE1 1. Write a note on Capillarity and Surface Tension. 2. What is the difference between dynamic viscosity and kinematic viscosity? State their Units of measurement. 3. Explain surface tension & obtain the expression between surface tension and pressure inside the liquid droplet in excess of outside pressure. 4. Find the dynamic viscosity of the oil. (Given any Numerical) 5. Calculate the tension in soap fill. (Given any Numerical) 6. Define the fluid properties (1) Density. (2) Specific volume. Also give its SI Unit. MODULE2 1. Explain Stability conditions for floating bodies. OR What are the conditions of equilibrium of a floating body and submerged body? 2. Enlist Mechanical Pressure Gauges and explain any one. 3. Explain the procedure of finding hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces. 4. Find the gauge pressure and absolute pressure. Find the pressure at the lower end. (Given any Numerical) 5. State & Prove Pascal’s Law. 6. Determine the difference in pressures at the two points. (Given any Numerical) 7. Find the difference of pressure measured by mercury as fluid filling Utube. Mercury level (Given any Numerical) 8. What is the difference between Sluice gate and Lock gate? 9. Find the Total pressure and depth of centre of pressure. (Given any Numerical) 10. Determine the metacentric height. (Given any Numerical) 11. Derive the expression for Metacentric Height. MODULE3 1. An open cylindrical vessel …. Estimate the, volume of water left in the vessel when it is rotated about its vertical axis with a speed (Given any Numerical) 2. Define the terms: Velocity potential function; and Stream function. 3. Determine the discharge passing between streamlines passing through these points. (Given any Numerical) 4. Define the equation of continuity. Obtain an expression for continuity equation for a three dimensional flow. 5. Determine also the value of stream function at that point? MODULE4 1. Explain Source, Sink and Doublet OR define the strength of doublet. 2. Sketch the flow pattern of an ideal fluid flow passed past a cylinder with circulations. 3. Explain flow past a Rankine Oval Body. 4. Write short notes on Ideal fluid, Newtonian fluid, NonNewtonian fluid, Ideal Plastic fluid and Thixotropic fluid. MODULE5 1. Derive Bernoulli's equation from Euler's equation. 2. The loss of energy head in the flow through … If the coefficient of discharge (Given any Numerical) 3. Find (a) the head of water over the orifice (b) the diameter of the jet (c) coefficient of velocity. (Given any Numerical) 4. Describe with a help of sketch the construction and use of pitot static cube. 5. Explain Rotameter and Pitot tube. 6.Determine the deflection of the cil mercury gauge, if the discharge of the oil (Given any Numerical) 7. Derive the equation for discharge through Orifice Meter. 8. Explain the principle of venturi meter with a neat sketch. Derive the expression For the rate of flow of fluid through it. MODULE6 1. A cipoletti weir with a crest (Given any Numerical) Find the discharge. 2. A cylindrical buoy of (Given any value). Show that it cannot float vertically in water. 3. Explain the classification of orifices and mouthpieces based on their shape, size and Sharpness? 4. Derive the expression for discharge over a rectangular weir in terms of head of water over the crest of the weir. 5. Explain Hydraulic coefficients. 6. Determine the loss of head and direction of flow. (Given any Numerical) 7. What do you understand by velocity of approach? Find an expression for the Discharge over a rectangular weir with velocity approach. 8. A broad crested weir (Given Points to) Find the maximum discharge. 9. What is the difference between a notch and weir? 10. Derive the expression for maximum discharge over broad crested weir. MatHS III
MODULE1 1. Evaluate the integral using Laplace transform (Give any Numerical) 2. Construct corresponding orthogonal set. (Give any Numerical) 3. Find Laplace transform of the periodic function (Give any Numerical) 4. Solve the Laplace equation (Give any Numerical) for the following data by successive iterations (calculate first two iterations). (Give Table) 5. Using convolution theorem find the inverse Laplace transform of (Give any Numerical) 6. Solve Exact Differential Equation (Give any Numerical) MODULE2 1. Determine the analytic function whose real part is (Give any Numerical) 2. State cauchy Riemann equation in polar form. Find (Give any Numerical) is analytic. MODULE3 1. Evaluate (Give any Numerical) along circle (Give any Value) 2. Using residue theorem evaluate (Give any Numerical) MODULE4 1. Find complex forms of fourier series of f(x) = (Give any Numerical). 2. Find half range sine series for (Give any Numerical) 3. Find fourier expansion of (Give any Numerical) MODULE5 1. Using Bender schmidt method solve (Give any Numerical) subject to the conditions (Give any Value or Point to Find) 2. Solve by Cranknicolson simplified formula (Give any Numerical) 3. Determine the solution of one dimensional heat equation (Give any Numerical) 4. Under boundary condition (Give any value) being the length of rod. MODULE6 1. Show that the functions (Give any Value) transform the straight line (Give any value) in the zplane into Circles in the wplane. 2. The equations of lines of regression are (Give any Numerical) . Find (Give any Points to find) 3. Find the coefficient of correlation between height of father and height of son from the following data (Give Table) SOM
MODULE1 1. Draw stress strain curve for ductile and brittle material also Explain factor of safety with the help of stress strain diagram of both. 2. Determine the maximum weight W that can be supported by two wires as shown in fig. (Given Diagram) (Given any Numerical) 3. A stepped bar ABCD has the following dimensions (Given Diagram or Numerical) Calculate the thrust exerted by the bar on clamps: (Given any Numerical to Find) 4. Determine the elongation, change in diameter & change in volume of the rod. Also, find the bulk modulus. (Given any Numerical) 5. The following results were obtained in a tension test on a Mild Steel specimen of Gauge Length (Given any Numerical) 6. Find the maximum load the beam can carry if the compressive and tensile stress not to be exceed (Given any Numerical) MODULE2 1. Establish the relationship between shear force, bending moment and rate of loading in beam. 2. Derive the relationship between the loading(w), Shear Force(F) & Bending Moment(M). 3. A cantilever beam of solid circular section (Given any Numerical) Calculate the diameter of beam required. 4. Find the changes in the dimensions of the block and also the change in volume. (Given any Numerical) 5. Draw SFD and BMD showing all the important points. (Given any Numerical and Diagram) 6. Find slope and deflection equation for the beam as shown in figure. Determine the deflection at a point where couple (Given any Numerical and Diagram) 7. Calculate total decrease in length of the bar. (Given any Numerical) 8. Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam loaded as shown in fig. (Given Diagram) MODULE3 1. Derive the expression for strain energy due to gradually applied axial load. 2. Find the total strain energy of the bar when it is subjected to an axial pull (Given any Numerica) 3. Write a note on flitched beams, with neat sketches. 4. Derive an expression for the strain energy due to suddenly applied loads. 5. Explain with the help of neat sketch concept of equivalent section use in flitched beam. 6. A flitched beam consist of wooden joist (Given any Numerical). Find the moment of resistance by using transformed area concept. MODULE4 1. For a rectangular cross section of beam, show that the maximum shear stress. Also draw shear stress distribution diagram. (Given any Numerical) 2. State Torsion Formula and explain the terms involved in it. Give assumptions in the analysis of pure Torsion. 3. Determine the maximum shear stress at a section … from the support. (Given any Numerical) 4. Find maximum shear stress developed in the section and draw shear stress distribution diagram. (Given any Numerical) 5. Draw typical Shear Stress Distribution diagrams for the symmetrical I section. (Given any Numerical) 6. Sketch Shear Stress Distribution across the section. (Given any Numerical) 7. Draw the shear stress distribution diagram. (Given any Numerical) 8. Determine the diameter of shaft. (Given any Numerical) MODULE5 1. What are the assumptions of Euler's column buckling theory? 2. Calculate the diameter of beam required. 3. Find the safe load the column can carry if (Given any Numerical) use Euler’s formula. 4. Derive the expression for strain energy due to gradually applied axial load. 5. Find Euler’s crippling load for hollow cylindrical. Determine Rankine’s crippling load for the same column. (Given any Numerical) 6. Determine the maximum & minimum stresses at the base of the dam (section mn). Draw the Stress Distribution Diagram at the Dam base. (Given any Numerical) (Given Diagram) 7. What was the shortcoming of the Euler's Column Failure theory? Write Rankine's Column Crippling theory, indicating the meaning of each term. MODULE6 1. Define Hoop stress and Longitudinal stress in thin cylinder. Derive their formula. 2. Find also the maximum shear stress & change in dimensions. (Given any Numerical) 3. Calculate change in dimension of shell. 4. Find the normal, tangential and resultant stress at a plane inclined (Given any value) to the major principal plane. (Given any Numerical) 5. Find the change in the dimensions of the bar & the change in volume. (Given any Numerical) 6. Find the temperature stress produced, when the expansion of the rod is fully prevented. (Given any Numerical) Surveying
MODULE1 1. Define Surveying, Types of surveying and Classify Surveying on the basis of the purpose of the survey. 2. Define: a) Chainage b) Backsight c) Intermediate sight d) Change point 3. (Given Numerical)If the chain was correct before commencement of the work, Find the true Distance. 4. Write down the pre of Indirect ranging with a suitable sketch. 5. Explain tie line, check line, base line and main survey line with neat sketch. MODULE2 1. Surveyor’s compass and Prismatic compass. 2. Differentiate between Whole circle bearing (WCB) and Reduced bearing system. If θ is the WCB, what would be the reduced bearing in all four quadrants? 3. Compare i) Closed traverse and open traverse ii) Surveyors Compass and Prismatic Compass. 4. What is a local attraction? Which are the methods of elimination of local attraction? 5. Calculate the included angles for the closed compass traverse ABCDA run clockwise from following data: (Given Table) 6. A Survey was conducted round a lake and the bearings as shown aside were obtained. Determine which of the stations are affected by local attraction and give the values of the corrected bearings. (Given Table) MODULE3 1. Describe with the neat sketches Principle of leveling 2. In running fly levels from a BM of RL 150.000m the following readings are obtained. (Given Numericals) Work out the staff readings required for setting the tops of the pegs on the given gradient. 3. The following notes refer to the reciprocal levelling. (Given Table) Find (a) The true R.L. of B, (b) Combined corrections for curvature and refraction and error in collimation adjustment of the instrument 4. Explain reciprocal leveling with its procedure and purpose. 5. Determine the ground elevations of both the instrument and elevation of point R. (Given any Numerical) 6. Write notes on Precise leveling 7. Rise and fall method and Plane of collimation method. 8. Define: a) Chainage b) Backsight c) Intermediate sight d) Foresight e) Change point MODULE4 1. Describe 1) Neat sketches of Characteristics of contours 2) Advantages and disadvantages of plane table survey. 2. What is a planimeter? Explain its construction and working with suitable example? 3. Explain the measurement of volume from spot levels. 4. Calculate the area enclosed between the chain line, end offsets and irregular boundary line by the coordinate method. (Given Tale) 5. Find the true length of line if the crosssectional area of tape was (Given any Numerical) 6. Calculate the volume of earth removed for a piece of borrow pit shown. At the corners, the data mentioned is amount of cut in meters. (Given Diagram) 7. List the accessories required for Plane Table Survey. Describe the intersection method of plane table survey with its advantage. 8. Calculate the area using Simpson’s Rule. (Given Table) 9. Write notes on: (i) Contour Gradient (ii) Methods in PTS 10. Trapezoidal rule and Prismoidal rule. MODULE5 1. Describe 1) with neat sketches Repetition method 2) The permanent adjustment of a level 3) Procedure of faking bearing of a line with theodolite. 2. In a chain and compass traversing following bearings are observed. (Given Table) Compute (Given Points) 3. State and explain the various miscellaneous uses of a transit? 4. Balance the above theodolite traverse by Bowditch’s rule. (Givn Table) 5. Calculate the missing quantities for a theodolite survey of closed transverse (Given Table) 6. Explain in detail the use of theodolite as a level. OR Explain how the project of theodolite traversing is executed? 7. Write a note on different axes of theodolite and their interrelationships for the instrument to be in perfect adjustment. (Sketch is desirable.) 8. Write short notes on: i) Gale's traverse table. ii) Measurement of horizontal angle by method of Repetition. iii) GTT 9. Initially, a staff was held vertically at a distance. (Given any Numerical). Find RL of Q & dist. PQ. MODULE6 1. A tacheometer has a diaphragm with three cross hairs spaced at a distance of (Given any Numerical) Calculate the tacheometric constants. Semester 4Maths IV
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BMCT
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(ii) Uncovered random Rubble Masonry FM II
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SA I
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Surveying II
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ii) Compound curve iii) Reverse curve iv) Vertical curve MODULE2
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