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T&DS : B.ARCH – THEORY AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – I /II /III /IV

T&DS : B.ARCH - THEORY AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES - I /II /III /IV

Mumbai university, Civil Engineering Year III Semester VI is a University syllabus coaching course in Civil Engineering. It focuses on Design & Detailing of RCC structures per WSM,PSM IS Code IS456-2000.
The students will develop the ability to confidently solve university question paper to fetch high score.
The same course is valid for SVKM’S Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mukesh Patel school of Technology Management & Studies. IV Year, VII Semester.

Eligibility: –  Civil/ Structural Engineering III Year, VI Semester Students.

 

The List of Universities that will recognize this Course: –This course will be recognized by almost all Indian Universities Esp Mumbai University.

Course Instructor

Prof. M. Gokhale is currently MD & Professor of the Structural Engineering, at MHG Engineering Consultancy & Academy, India. She has 29+ years of vast experience in doing Design & Detailing of RCC / Steel Structures in Process Industry Plants for Indian & International projects in EPC sector with various Multinational Consultancies, in Mumbai.
She also has coaching & training experience in various Degree/Diploma/Architectural Colleges, Coaching Classes & Multinational Consultancies..

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Postal Correspondence PGD in Design & Detailing of Industrial Structures
Online PGD in Design & Detailing of Industrial Structures & Awareness of International Codes
PGD in Design of RCC & STEEL Industrial Structures

Syllabus Key Points of T&DS : B.ARCH – THEORY AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – I /II /III /IV

Theory & Design of Structures

Introduction to the subject and theory of structure:

a. Aims, objectives and scope of study of theory of structure for architects.

b. Technical names and function of various structural components from foundation to roof. c. Fundamentals and mechanics.

d. S.i. system and units. e. Understanding structure why things don't fall down

Structural systems- ways to create inner space Under standing loads of various types understanding the forces and Moments –

Definition, cause, effect, units Types of forces, Conditions of equilibrium Beam reactions Understanding various concepts about structures as tall, long, thin, wide etc.

Understanding Articulation of structural systems from foundation to roof Understanding the following:

1) Properties of section

2) Stress and strain

3) Shear force and bending moment

4) Theory of simple Bending

BEHAVIOUR OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS :

> Understanding and identifications of location of forces, bending moment and bending stress in fixed beams, over hanging beams, continuous beams, portal frames etc.

> Deflection in simply supported beams and cantilevers with distributed and point loads.

> Columns and struts-short and long columns, slenderness ratio etc.

> Combined bending and direct stresses , axial and eccentric loads effect of eccentricity, e. g. masonry wall , chimney.

> Fixed beams simple support and fixed support, advantages and disadvantages. Determination of positive and negative bending moments in fixed beams. (confine the loading to point and UDL covering full span only).

> Continuous beams – negative and positive bending moments in continuous beams covering two or more spans of uniform section and simple loading by moment distribution method. Symmetrical Portal frames.

Strain Energy.

2. FOUNDATION DESIGN - SOIL ASPECTS :

> Importance of the subject.

> Types of soils and their properties.

> Methods of compaction and consolidation.

> Void ratio, porosity, bulk density, moisture content, degree of saturation, liquid limit, plastic limit. Etc.

> Test for assessing load bearing capacity of soil.

> Soil properties and characteristics relevant to the design of foundations.

> Criteria for selection of foundation type for different soil conditions.

> Effect of water level , settlement of soil. • Failure of foundation systems.

> Improvement of soil properties. • Design procedure for simple load bearing foundations.

1. BEHAVIOUR OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS :

> Understanding and identifications of location of forces, bending moment and bending stress in fixed beams, over hanging beams, continuous beams, portal frames etc.

> Deflection in simply supported beams and cantilevers with distributed and point loads.

> Columns and struts-short and long columns, slenderness ratio etc.

> Combined bending and direct stresses , axial and eccentric loads effect of eccentricity, e. g. masonry wall , chimney.

> Fixed beams simple support and fixed support, advantages and disadvantages. Determination of positive and negative bending moments in fixed beams. (confine the loading to point and UDL covering full span only).

> Continuous beams – negative and positive bending moments in continuous beams covering two or more spans of uniform section and simple loading by moment distribution method. Symmetrical Portal frames.

Strain Energy.

> 2. FOUNDATION DESIGN - SOIL ASPECTS :

> Importance of the subject.

> Types of soils and their properties.

> Methods of compaction and consolidation.

> Void ratio, porosity, bulk density, moisture content, degree of saturation, liquid limit, plastic limit. Etc.

> Test for assessing load bearing capacity of soil.

> Soil properties and characteristics relevant to the design of foundations.

> Criteria for selection of foundation type for different soil conditions.

> Effect of water level , settlement of soil.

> Failure of foundation systems.

> Improvement of soil properties.

> Design procedure for simple load bearing foundations.

3. STEEL STRUCTURES :

> Understanding types of joints in steel structures, riveted, welded and bolted joints.

> Types of steel sections and their properties

> Criteria for selection of steel sections for design.

> Design and Detailing of a factory shed in steel structure.

> Visit to steel structure fabrication site.

1.COMPLEX STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS :

> Basic principals of analysis and design , theoritical concepts and specifications for structural system like arches, folded plates, cable structures , pre – stressed concrete structure, air inflated structures, structures, circular and rectangular water tanks. Retaining walls, diaphgram and basement walls etc. • Theory of design of raft and pile foundations, flat slabs, combined and eccentric footings.

> Selection criteria for above type of structures.

2. FAILURE OF STRUCTURES :

> Types of failure in various structures.

> Causes of failure.

> Evaluation of damage.

Non- destructive testing techniques.

> Techniques to prevent collapse / failure of structures.

> Repaired and rehabilitation of structures.

3. TALL BUILDINGS :

> Theory and principals for structural design of tall buildings.

> Study of structural systems of different existing buildings.

> Aseismic structural configurations.

> Introduction to advanced intelligent structures.

> Matrix stiffness method and finite element method.

Design of axially loaded isolated sloped pad footings.
Prestressed Concrete: Basic principles of prestressed concrete, materials used their properties, methods systems of prestressing, losses in prestress, analysis of various types of sections subjected to prestress external loads.
Course12-Batch01 T&DS : B.ARCH – THEORY AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – I /II /III /IV WEEKDAY: M-I, Tue-II, W-III, Thu-IV 14 Jan 19 13 Jan 19 26 Apr 19 15 WEEKS 20:00-21:00
Course12-Batch02 T&DS : B.ARCH – THEORY AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – I /II /III /IV WEEKDAY: M-I, Tue-II, W-III, Thu-IV 1 Jul 19 30 Jun 19 11 Oct 19 15 WEEKS 20:00-21:00
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