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BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR ENGINEERING COLLEGE - FATEHGARH SAHIB

Affiliated to I.K.G PTU, Jalandhar

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Course Outcomes- 2016-17

COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)-2016-17

(BTCE -301) Fluid mechanics -1

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Understand the basic properties of Fluid and solving practical problems.

CO2: Compute hydrostatic forces on submerged bodies.

CO3: Analyse flow rates, velocity, energy losses and momentum flux for fluid system.

CO4: Apply the principles of Bernoulli’s equation in measurement of discharge in pipes, and in other pipe flow problems.

CO5: Evaluate relationship among various parameters based on dimension analysis and model study.

CO6: To predict the resisting forces on moving submerged body.

(BTCE-302) Rock Mechanics & Engg. Geology

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Gain knowledge of geology and its variety.

CO2. Study weathering, minerals, rocks, and rock formations in relation to civil engineering structure

CO3. Learn skills to find out engineering properties of rock.

CO4. Apply knowledge and finding result for various test applications

CO5. Outline the characteristics and properties of various rocks.

CO6. To gain knowledge about various geological problems.

CO7. To solve geological engineering problems.

(BTCE-303) Strength of Material

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Apply the linear laws of elasticity as related to stress and strain and analyze on different types of sections

CO2. Understand the concept of a complex stress system.

CO3. Understand of the behavior of columns and struts under axial loading.

CO4. Analyze the bending moment and shear force on different types of beams.

CO5. Determine the effect of combined axial and bending stress.

CO6. Analysis and design of shafts based on strength, stiffness and determine the effect of combined bending and torsion.

(BTCE-304) Surveying

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. To Train a Student in a manner in which they will have an ability to collect field data

CO2. To prepare plan or map of the area surveyed

CO3. To analyze and to calculate the field parameters for setting out operation of actual engineering works.

CO4. To set out field parameters at the site for further engineering works.

CO5. Students will have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

(BTCE-305) Building Material & Construction

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Identify and characterize building materials

CO2. Understand the manufacturing process of bricks, cement, concrete and appropriate methods for preservation of timber.

CO3. Outline the characteristics, properties and applications of materials used in construction.

CO4.  Evaluate the quality of building material through visual inspection or by laboratory testing.

CO5. Apply the knowledge to select suitable construction techniques for different building components.

(BTCE- 306) Fluid mechanics lab

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Predict the metacentric height of floating vessel and utility in vessel design.

CO2: Calibrate various flow measuring devices (venturimeter, orifice meter and notches).

CO3: Authenticate the Bernoulli’s theorem experimentally.

CO4: Assess the discharge of fluid over broad crested weir.

CO5: Compute various losses and velocity in pipe flow in field.

(BTCE-307) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Apply the linear laws of elasticity as related to stress and strain.

CO2. Differentiate between properties of different materials.

CO3.  Analyze the bending stress on different types of sections.

CO4. Understand and apply the concepts of laws of elasticity with respect to stress and strain.

CO5. To understand the properties of different materials.

CO6. Perform different tests i.e. tensile, compression, torsion, hardness, bending and impact test.

CO7. Can understand the concept of deflection in beams.

(BTCE) – 308 Survey Lab

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. To Train a Student in a manner in which they will have an ability to collect field data.

CO2. To prepare plan or map of the area surveyed.

CO3. To analyze and to calculate the field parameters for setting out operation of actual engineering works.

CO4. To set out field parameters at the site for further engineering works.CO5. Students will have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

(BTCE-401) GEOMATICS ENGINEERING
Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.   Acquire knowledge about photogrammetry principles, methods and product eneration strategies in both Analytical and digital Photogrammetry system.

CO2. Understand the problem related to generation of products and solving them.

CO3. Acquire knowledge about the principles and physics of Remote sensing and data acquisition.
CO4. Understand the data models and data structures used for spatial data.

CO5. Understand the working principle of GPS, its components, signal structure, and error sources.

CO6. Understand various GPS surveying methods and processing techniques used in GPS observations.

CO7. Familiarise various areas of GPS applications and new developments.

(BTCE-402) Construction Machinery and Work Management

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.  Device a plan and manage construction project and know the time value of money.

CO2.  Plan project by various methods finding the time estimates and controlling the projects while finding the critical path.

CO3. Determine minimum total cost of project in minimum time by crashing the activities and hence updating and rescheduling of a project.

CO4. Make aware of various construction and hoisting equipment.

(BTCE-403) Design of concrete structures -1

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.  Understand the properties and role of various constituent materials used in concrete making.

CO2.  Understand the properties of concrete and various design mix techniques for concrete.

CO3.   Apply the fundamental concepts, techniques in analysis and design of reinforced concrete elements i.e. beam & slab.

CO4. Apply the design principles by undertaking simple design examples.

CO5. Apply the various codal requirements related to RC members i.e. slab & beam.

CO6.  Exposure to the designing methods and codal recommendations to the students.

(BTCE-404) Fluid mechanics -2

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Distinguish and identify different types of fluid flow.

CO2: Formulate equation of flow through different media/obstructions for a laminar and turbulent flow.

CO3: Apply the principles of conservation of energy and momentum in the flow studies CO4: Design pipe network and open channels for passing a given discharge.

CO5. Evaluate the effect of channel shapes on the discharge parameters.

CO6. Understand and apply the theory of hydraulic jumps and surges.

(BTCE-405) Irrigation Engineering –I

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.   Identify the basic understanding of soil water plant relationship.

CO2.   Understand different irrigation techniques and the related theories.

CO3.   Apply different theories/methods to design lined and unlined canals.

CO4.   Estimate the yield of tube-well using different formulae.

CO5.   Design different hydraulic structures required for effective river training works.

CO6.   Demonstrate the knowledge related to the water logging, losses, economics of lining, etc.

CO7.   To train the students and develop basic understanding of soil water plant relationship and select and design appropriate method of water application in varied situations.

(BTCE-406) Structure Analysis –1

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.  To study the concepts of loads, supports and displacements.

CO2.  To understand the concepts and theorms of structures for analysis.

CO3.  Analyze statically determinate structural systems.

CO4.  Choose a suitable technique for determination of structural displacement and force resultants.

CO5. Study the effect of loads, rolling loads and/or reactions, support     displacements and temperature on the structural response.

CO6.  To study the Concept of influence lines for deciding the critical forces and           sections while designing.

(BTCE-407): Concrete Technology Lab

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Explain the properties of constituent material of concrete.

CO2: Carry out concrete mix design.

CO3: Carry out test procedures for major laboratory properties of fresh and hardened concrete.

CO4: Test the constituents used in concrete.

CO5: To make the students handy on the testing machines used in the industry.

CO6: To make the students industry fit quality control engineer.

(BTCE-408) Structure Lab

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1:  Verify theoretical formulas by conducting the experiments.

CO2:  Analyze statically determinate beams, trusses.

CO3:  Visualize and analyze arch structures.

CO4:  Obtain the influence lines for statically determinate and indeterminate structures.

CO5:  Determine deflections of beams and frames experimentally and validate using classical methods.

CO6:  Understand the beam behavior under unsymmetrical bending condition.

(BTCE-501) Design of Steel Structures-I

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Understand and appreciate various aspects of steel construction like different types of steel sections, their specifications, advantages of steel construction etc.

CO2. Analyse and design various types of steel connections using rivets, bolts and weld.

CO3. Design basic elements of a steel building like beam, column, and column bases etc. for given conditions and loading.

CO4. Estimate ‘design loads’ for a roof truss and then be able to design its various components like top chord members, bottom chord members, web members, purlins etc.

(BTCE-502) GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Understand the origin of soil and to identify different types of soil.

CO2. Introduce soil as three-phase system, index properties and engineering classification methods of soils.

CO3. Study flow through soils (permeability) and influence of presence of water on engineering properties of soil.

CO4. Study compressibility characteristics (compaction and consolidation) of soils and estimate settlements. To study variation of geostatic stresses and stress due external load in soils.

CO5. Study methods of determination of shear strength of soils and factors influencing its magnitude.

(BTCE-503) Structural Analysis-II

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Understand the concept of Static and kinematic indeterminacies and stability of structural systems.

CO2. Understand the concept of Pin-jointed and rigid-jointed sway / non sway, statically determinate and redundant structural systems.

CO3. Select an efficient and effective analysis method for the analysis of redundant structures.

CO4.Analyse statically indeterminate structures and apply the concept of Influence line for bar forces and for deciding the critical forces and sections.

(BTCE-504) Transportation Engineering-I

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO:1 Understand the importance & characteristics of road transport

CO:2 To known about the history of highway development, surveys and classification of   road.

CO:3 To study about the geometric design of highways.

CO:4 To study about pavement materials.

CO:5 To study about construction of various types of roads and identify the problems   associated with rods & remedies for same.

CO:6 The traffic characteristics, interpretation of traffic data & its uses, traffic safety & various control measures and traffic environment interaction for safe & healthy environment.

(BTCE-505) Environmental Engineering-I

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.Serve the community by making people aware with the different pollution related problems.

CO2. Identify different types of water demands and select suitable source of water.

CO3. Predict future population and estimate future water demands.

CO4. Demonstrate a firm understanding of various water quality parameters.

CO5. Help in the prevention of water borne disease thus improving the health conditions of the people.

CO6. Design different water treatment units to meet the drinking water quality standards and criteria.

CO7. Plan and design the water transportation, pumping stations and pipe network

CO8. Design low cost water treatment techniques in the rural areas.

(BTCE-506) Transportation Engineering Lab

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Characterize the pavement materials as per the Indian Standard guidelines.

CO2: Evaluate the strength of sub grade soil by CBR test.

CO3: Conduct experiments to evaluate aggregate properties.

CO4: Determine properties of bitumen material and mixes

CO5: Evaluate the pavement condition by rough meter and Benkelman beam test.

CO6: Create a well-organized report and present the results appropriately.

(BTCE-507) GEOTECHNICAL ENGG. LAB

CO1. To understand the origin of soil and to identify different types of soil.

CO2. To understand the various physical and engineering characteristics of different types of soil.

CO3. To understand the concept of slope stability.

CO4. To appreciate the use of modern technology in the field of geotechnical engineering.

(BTCE-508) COMPUTER AIDED STRUCTURAL DRAWING-I

CO1.   Produce structural drawing of reinforced concrete element such as:

  1. Beam
  2. Slab.

CO2.   Develop structural drawings of steel elements such as:

  1. Tension member
  2. Compression member
  3. Beam Column base
  4. Roof Trusses.

CO3. Various connection / Joint Details

(BTCE-601) DCS-2

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Design various sub-structure components like isolated footing, combined footing, along

with relevant IS code requirements.

CO2.  To introduce codal provisions of IS: 3370 for design of water tanks.

CO3. Design of retaining walls, along with relevant IS code requirements.

CO4. Design various super-structure components like stairs, columns, continuous beams, along    with relevant IS code requirements.

CO5. Apply the concepts of structure design to special structural elements like curved beams, domes, water retaining structures, along with relevant IS code requirements.

CO6. To undertake design problems of water tanks.

(BTCE-602) Elements of Earthquake Engineering

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Study and Understand the nature of seismic forces in structural designing of structure and factor related to the design of buildings considering seismic forces.

CO2. To create an ability to get information from past structural failures due to seismic force and use it in future planning.

CO3. Analysis of lateral forces and vibrations.

CO4. Application and create a platform for others to join the research regarding seismic forces.

CO5. Give and pertain various provisions of code related to the seismic design of buildings

(BTCE – 603) Foundation Engineering

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.  Understand the site investigation, methods and sampling.

CO2. Get knowledge on bearing capacity and testing methods.

CO3. Design shallow footings.

CO4. Determine the load carrying capacity, settlement of pile foundation.

CO5. Determine the earth pressure on retaining walls and analysis for stability.

(BTCE-604 Numerical Methods in civil Engineering

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO I. Understanding and representing the functions and wave forms as Fourier series and studying the Laplace transforms of various functions.

CO II. Understanding the analytic functions of complex variable and determining conjugate functions in different engineering applications.

CO III. Formulating and solving the ordinary and partial differential equations needed to model the engineering problems.

CO IV. Analyzing the data statistically, fit various types of probability distributions and testing the hypothesis for small samples.

(BTCE-606) Environmental Engineering-II

After completing this course the student must demonstrate the knowledge and ability to:

CO1.   Demonstrate a firm understanding of various sewerage systems and their suitability.

CO2.   Design sewer and drainage systems layout for communities.

CO3.   Design a sewerage system for the town and would assist in the design of wastewater treatment plants.

CO4.   Evaluate the waste water characteristics to determine the degree of treatment required.

CO5.   Explain the physical, chemical and biological techniques of wastewater treatment.

CO6.   Compare the applicability of treatment technologies under different conditions..

CO7.   Design the treatment units and assess the efficacy of an entire treatment system

CO8.   Ability to make decisions regarding the treatment plant site selection, operation and maintenance and the need of advanced treatment.

(BTCE-607) Environment Engineering Lab

After completing this course the student must demonstrate the knowledge and ability to:

CO1.   Conduct experiments as per standard methods of sampling and analysis.

CO2.   Demonstrate the expertise to characterize water and wastewater samples.

CO3.   Understand the importance of laboratory analysis as a controlling factor in the treatment of water and wastewater.

CO4.   Record the experimental observations and interpret the analysis results.

CO5.   Use the analysis results for making informed decisions about the drinkability of water and disposal of wastewater.

CO6.   Evaluate and compare different techniques of experimental analysis.

CO7.   Evaluate the efficiencies of the water and wastewater treatment plants.

CO8.   Make decisions regarding dosing of different chemicals involved in water treatment processes.

(BTCE-608) Computer Aided Structural Drawing – II

CO1. Design and draw working structural drawings of staircase, foundation, domes and water retaining structures.

CO2. Understand and interoperate design aids and handbooks.

CO3. Use of relevant Indian Standard specifications applicable to Reinforced concrete structures.

CO4. To expose students to the architectural and building drawings concepts.

CO5. To impart knowledge of constructional details of different building components.

CO6. To impart the ability to work with an architect and contractor.

(BTCE-801) Design of Steel Structures-II

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Consider various primary loads, load combinations for obtaining a worst design load.

CO2. Plan the structural framing of industrial buildings and bridges from the given data/design constraints.

CO3. Apply the concepts of structural design to obtain suitable member sizes of sections.

CO4. Prepare rough sketches to the draftsman.

CO5.To design plate girders and steel structures such as roof trusses and building frames for industrial buildings.

CO6. To analyze and design various types of steel bridges.

(BTCE-802) Disaster Management

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1. Understand genesis and causes of natural and manmade disaster within the framework

Of fundamental concepts of basic sciences and engineering.

CO2. Perceive the vulnerability of their living and working places and level of preparedness

within the existing setup of disaster management to create vulnerability and risk maps.

CO3. Analyze and critically examine the vulnerability of a region and to employ adequate

strategy and tools of intervention.

CO4. Build capacity to use specialized problem solving skills, methodologies and technology.

CO5. Design early warning system and understand the utilization of advanced technologies

in disaster management.

CO6. Compare different models for disaster management and plan & design of

Infrastructure for effective disaster management.

(BTCE – 803) Irrigation Engineering –II

Students studying Irrigation Engineering –II should be able to:

CO1: Study investigations and functioning of Diversion Headwork

CO2: Understand the concept of seepage force and determination of uplift pressure under the Irrigation engineering structures.

CO3: Understand the various failures of irrigation engineering structures.

CO4: Understand the overall concept of hydraulic jump, energy dissipation and energy dissipation devices.

CO5: Understand the necessity, location and type of various irrigation engineering structures.

CO6: Analysis and design various irrigation engineering structures such as weirs, canal regulators, falls, cross drainage works and outlet.

CO7: Study and understand the concept of water distribution system with the help of various irrigation structures.

(BTCE-804) Transportation Engineering – II

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1: Learn various concepts of railway tracks & its components.

CO2: Employ Railway Track specifications and perform geometric design of the railway track.

CO3: Aware of the current international technology relative to Railway Engineering.

CO4: Develop an awareness of major issues and problems of current interest to the   Airport Engineering.

CO5: Determine the runway orientation and the runway length as per FAA & ICAO guidelines.

Ground Improvement Techniques (BTCE- 808)

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO1.   Understand the concepts behind various ground improvement techniques.

CO2.   Identify appropriate techniques for various ground conditions.

CO3.   Predict the behaviour of ground after improvement.

Pavement Design (BTCE-818)

Students studying this course should be able to:-

CO:1 To study different types of pavements along with functions of different components

CO:2 To consider various factors including load and climatic factors for design.

CO:3 Design pavement and overlays as per need and field condition.

CO:4 To study and design the types of joints and their necessity in pavements.

CO:5 Design bituminous mix as per Indian standard.

CO:6 To study modern techniques in pavements.