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SYLLABUSES OF COURSES 181 Design of Columns and Struts-Grillage and other Foundations Continuous Beams Hinged and Fixed Arches Suspension Bridges Redundant Frames Temperature Stresses z8-Theory and Design of Machines Third Year One lecture per week Tutorial class in alternate weeks Drawing one afternoon in alternate weeks Balancing of engines primary and secondary effects-Inertia forces in mechanisms-Theory of Governors-Vibrations free forced vis- oous damping-Whirling of shafts torsional oscillations-Gyrostatic action-Stresses in thick cylinders-Rotating discs -Hydraulics Third Year One lecture per week throughout the Session Tutorial class in alternate weeks Laboratory -One afternoon in alternate weeks Water Power-Impact of Jets-The Pelton Wheel and other Im- pulse Turbines-Reaction Turbines-Speed Regulation-Centrifugal Pumps-Reoiprooating Pumps-Water Hammer in Pipe Lines- Transmission of Power by Hydraulio Pressure-Accumulators-Flow of Gases through Orifices and Pipes-Viscosity-Theory of Lubrica- tion-Principle of Dynamical Similarity and its application to fluid motion z10-Engineering Construction Third Year One lecture per week Drawing one afternoon per week Earth Pressure and Supporting Power-Stability of Retaining Walls Dams Arches and Chimneys-Distribution of Stress in Masonry Reinforced Concrete Beams Columns and Footings Floor Systems and Retaining Walls Double and Shear Reinforcement Arch Ribs -Geodesy Location and Quantities Third Year One leoture per week throughout the Session Michaelmas and Lent terms -One afternoon per week Easter term -Field work one whole day per week Contours-Cross-sections-Volumes-Compound and Transition Curves-Field Astronomy-Latitude Azimuth and Time by Meridian Elongation and Extra-meridian Observations-Determination of Longi- tude-Convergence of Meridians-Latitude and Longitude by Account -Precise Levelling-Trigonometrical and Barometrical Levelling- Triangulation-Adjustment of Angles-Photographic Surveying-Re- section-Location of Schemes and Structures Practical Work -Quantities for Earthwork Masonry Permanent Way Pipe-laying etc -Fieldwork Calculations and Plotting for Minor Triangulation-Astronomical Observations of Star and Sun
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