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Book Name : Civil Engineering Objective Book English [PDF Download] 

Author : SS Bhavikatti

Publisher : IK International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. 

Language : English

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Size : 28 MB

Pages : 764 Pages 

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Preface
1.   Materials of Construction
         Stones
         Characteristics of Good Building Stones
         Timber
         Bricks
         Clay Products
         Ferrous Metals
         Non-Ferrous Metals
         Alloys
         Cement
         Mortar
         Cement Concrete
         Concreting
         Lime
         Pozzolanas
         Paints, Varnishes and Distempers
         Miscellaneous Materials
    Multiple-Choice Questions

2.   Building Construction

         Introduction
         Foundations
         Roofs
    Multiple-Choice Questions

3.   Surveying

         Surveying
         Errors in Surveying
         Levelling
         Permanent Adjustments of Dumpy level and Theodolite
         Circular Curves
         Precise Levelling
    Multiple-Choice Questions

4.   Engineering Mechanics

         Resultant and Equilibrium of System of Coplanar Concurrent Forces
         Beams
         Friction
         Centre of Gravity and Mass Moment of Inertia

         Work Energy Method
         Rotation of Rigid Bodies
    Multiple-Choice Questions

5.   Strength of Materials

         Introduction
         Simple Stresses and Strains
         Compound Stresses and Strains
         Theories of Failure
         Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
         Stresses in Beams
         Torsion
         Thin and Thick Cylinders and Spheres
         Columns and Struts
    Multiple-Choice Questions

6.   Structural Analysis

         Introduction
         Influence Lines
         Cables and Suspension Bridges
         Slope Deflection Method
         Moment Distribution Method
         Column Analogy Method
         Influence Line Diagrams for Statically Indeterminate Beams
         Analysis of Multistorey Buildings by Approximate Methods
         Two Hinged Arches
         Matrix Method of Structure Analysis
         Plastic Analysis
    Multiple-Choice Questions

7.       R.C.C. Design (As Per IS : 456-2000)

         Methods of R.C.C. Design
         Strength of Doubly Reinforced Sections
         Limit State of Serviceability
         Requirements of Reinforcements
         Design of Circular and Odd Shaped Slabs
         Yield Line Analysis of Slabs
    Multiple-Choice Questions

8.       Steel Structures (As Per IS 800-2007)

         Advantages and Disadvantages
         Principle of Limit State Design
         Bolted Connections
         Welded Connections
         Design of Tension Member
         Design of Compression Members
         Column Splice
         Design of Beams
    Multiple-Choice Questions

9.   Fluid Mechanics

         Introduction
         Kinematics of Fluid Motion
         Dynamics of Fluids
         Laws of Mechanics
         Turbulent Flow in Pipes
    Multiple-Choice Questions

10.    Hydraulic Machines

         Turbine
         Types of Hydraulic Turbines
         Pumps
    Multiple-Choice Questions

11.   Irrigation Engineering

         Quality of Irrigation Water
         Canal Irrigation System
         Sedimentation Transport and Design of Channels
         Cross Section of Canal
         Waterlogging and Salinity of Soil
         Diversion Head Works
         Hydraulic Jump
         Theories of Seepage
         Canal Falls
         Miscellaneous Canal Structures
         Tank Irrigation
    Multiple-Choice Questions

12.    Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

         Introduction
         Properties of Soils
         Permeability of Soil
         Seepage
         Compressibility and Consolidation
         Shear Strength
         Earth Pressure and Retaining Structure
         Foundations


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