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At the end of the course, the student will be able to

1.      Identify basic Engineering properties of soil and relate them with Civil Engineering practices

2.      Evaluate various experiments to determine the geotechnical properties of soil.

3.      Identify, formulate and solve various problems in geotechnical engineering.

4.      Analyse the mechanism and behavior of soil under various field situations 

5.      Identify field equipment used in improving soil properties

6.      Articulate importance of extensive research in geotechnical engineering

7.      Analyze soil mechanics for development of construction sites both technically and economically


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Web technologies course for III CSE D section

ENGINEERING  MECHANICS -DYNAMICS

COURSE  CODE : GR15A1020 

Prerequisites: A good working knowledge of calculus, vector algebra, General Physics & Engineering Mechanics - statics is required.

Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to provide

Basic principles describing the motion of particles and rigid bodies under accelerating conditions.

Principles of dynamic behaviour to practical problems.

Concept of D'Alembert's principals and related problems

Concepts of impulse and momentum of particles and  rigid bodies

Concepts of vibrations to the problems associated with dynamic behavior. 

Course Outcomes: At the course, the student will be able to

Define kinematics of a particle, rectilinear and curvilinear motion, kinetics of particles

Apply Newton laws work and energy methods for kinematics of a rigid body in plane motion-

Evaluate rotational motion about a fixed axis of rigid bodies.

Evaluate kinetics of a rigid body in plane motion.

Solve various cases of impulse momentum basic problems.

Evaluate moving bodies using DAlembert's principal

Analyze various cases for vibration in mechanical components.

Basic Electrical Engineering

Course Code: GR14A1018

Course Objectives: BEE (Basic Electrical Engineering) is common to first year branches of UG Engineering. At the end of the course the student is expected to

 1. Introduction of the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering.

2. Skill of practical implementation of fundamental theory concepts.

3. Solve problems in the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering.

4. Understand the basic principles of general electrical machinery.

5. understand the applications of electrical engineering in real time

6. visualization of common real time application of electrical machinery.