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SYLLABUSES OF COURSES 199 Reinforced concrete analysis by elastic theory of sections subject to bending thrust combined bending and thrust shear and bond stresses shear reinforcement design of structural members deflections Strength and workability tests for concrete grading of aggregates compaction curing Design and drawing of simple mass and reinforced-concrete structures Soil Mechanics Structure of soils densities index properties particle size analysis classification seepage flow nets capillary pressures neutral and effec- tive stresses piping filters compressibility of soils consolidation time- settlement predictions soil compaction and stabilisation site investi- gations sampling pavement design for roads and runways Specific gravity density determinations sieve analysis liquid and plastic limits permeability measurements experimental flow nets flow net by sketching consolidation test settlement analysis com- paction test California bearing ratio test Engineering Geology The course provides general introduction to geology in all aspects relevant to engineering including the following Processes of weathering denudation and deposition Vulcanicity and earth movements Structural geology Outlines of British stratigraphy Nature origin and occurrence of sedimentary igneous and metamorphic rocks Elements of economic geology Constructional materials-roadstones building stones brick clays roofing slate concrete aggregate lime and cement Geology of water supply Practical work includes the study of geological maps and the re- cognition of common rocks and minerals class for field work in geology is held during the session and is regarded as an integral part of the course Heat and Thermodynamics Vapour power cycles reheat regenerative and binary vapour cycles Isentropic flow in nozzles effect of nozzle friction metastable flow of vapours Steam turbines impulse and reaction turbines velocity and pressure compounding Combustion processes fuels chemical equations calorific values analysis of products Heat pumps and refrigeration ideal cycles vapour compression and vapour absorption machines Elementary heat transfer
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