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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-197

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198 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING The polishing of metals Metallographic inspection of irons steels brasses bronzes bearing metals Hardness testing tensile testing impact testing and compression testing Surveying Chain surveys levelling traverses Measurement of base lines ad- justment of triangulation satellite stations Adjustment of instru- ments Tacheometry Contouring Plane tabling resection Hori- zontal circular compound and transition curves vertical curves Quantities for earthworks including prismoidal excess and curvature correction mass diagram Meridian and extra-meridian astronomical observations Students are required to attend field course which is arranged for one week during the Easter vacation Theory of Structures Analysis of statically determinate structures Tension coefficients space frames Deflections by Williot-Mohr diagram and strain energy methods Influence lines for beams and framed structures Applications of strain energy methods to statically indeterminate structures portal frames two-hinged and fixed arches segmental arches Three-hinged arches Pin-jointed redundant structures Maxwell's reciprocal theorem Muller Breslau's theorem direct and indirect methods of model analysis Instability in structural members Long columns and struts with bending General methods for determining degree of statical indeterminacy An introduction to some methods of analysis when tho statical in- determinacy number is large Design of riveted bolted and welded structural connections Design of truss plate girder column and column base grillage foundation Experiments illustrating various aspects of structural behaviour Theory of Structures II Analysis of built-in and continuous beams three-moment equation and moment distribution method Concreting materials properties of concrete including strength workability elastic modulus creep shrinkage design of concrete mixes Mass concrete direct and sheer stress distribution principal stresses stability design criteria uplift in dams
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