A course consisting of three lectures per week in physical, inorganic and organic chemistry with laboratory work throughout the year.
5у.s.wвus. (i) Physical Chemistry. Molecular theory, thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, surface chemistry, molecular structure, electrolysis, catalysts.
(ii) Inorganic Chemistry. Complex formation, structural inorganic chemistry, the metallic state and intermetallic compounds, . chemical reactions of solids, radiochemistry, fluorine chemistry.
(iii) Organic Chemistry. Selected topics.
(iv) Laboratory Work. A minimum of 12 hours per week, dealing with quanti- tative and qualitative analysis, inorganic and organic, preparation of pure sub- stances, physico-chemical measurements.
The apparatus used in the course is supplied by the Chemistry Department;
adeposit must be paid and evidence of payment must be produced before practical
classes begin. .
Students are required to provide themselves with an approved box of analytical weights. - _
Instruction will be given in the methods for systematic consultation of chemical literature and students will make
astudy of the original literature on selected topics.
Booкs. (a) Recommended for preliminary vacation reading :
Fieser, L. F., and Fieser„ M. Introduction to Organic Chemistry.
Heath & Co., Boston, latest ed.)
Hinshelwood, C. N.—Structure of Physical Chemistry. (Oxford.) Pauling, L. Nature of the Chemical Bond. (Cornell U.P.)
Guggenheim, E. A. Boltzmann's Distribution Law. (North Holland.) (b) Prescribed text-books:
The text-books prescribed for Chemistry Part IIC, together with :
*Mann, F. G., and Saunders, B. C.—Practical Organic Chemistry. (Longmans.) (c) Recommended for general reading and reference:
Sidgwick, N. V.—The Chemical Elements and Their Compounds,
Wells, A. F.-Structural Inorganic Chemistry. (2nd ed., O.U.P.) Remy, H.—Treatise on Inorganic Chemistry, 2 Vols. (Elsevier.)
Latimer, W. М.—The Oxidation States of the Elements. (Prentice-Hall.) Mellor, J. W.—Treatise on Quantitative Inorganic Analysis. (2nd ed., Griffin.) Cook, G. B., and Duncan, J. F. Modern Radiochemical Practice. (O.U.P.) Haszeldine, R N., and Sharpe, A. G. Fluorine and its Compounds, Ch. I-III.
Steace, E. W. R.—Atomic and Free Radical Reactions. (Reinhold.) Noyes, W. A., and Leighton, P. A.—The Photochemistry of Gases. (Rein-
Glasstone, S., Laidler, K. J., and Eyring, H.-The Theory of Rate Processes.
Frost, A. A., and Pearson, R. G.—Kinetics and Mechanism. (Wiley.) Prigogine, L, and Defay, R.—Chemical Thermodynamics. (Longmans.) Darken, L. S., and Gurry, R. W.—Physical Chemistry of Metals. (McGraw-
lamed, H. S., and Owen, B.-The Physical Chemistry of Electrolytic Solu- tions. (Reinhold.)
Moelwyn-Hughes, E. A.—Physical Chemistry. (Pergamon Press.)
Partington, J. R. An Advanced Treatise on Physical Chemistry, 5 Vols (Longmans.)
Taylor, H. S., and Glasstone, S.—Treatůe on Physical Chemistry. (Van Nostrand.)
Bak, B. Elementary Introduction to Molecular Spectra. (North Holland.) Hickinbottom, W. J.—Reactions of Organic Compounds. ` (Longmans.) Turner, E. E., and Harris, M. 1.—Organic Chemistry. (Longmans.) Gilman, H.—Organic Chemistry, 4 Vols. (Wiley.)
Fieser, L. F., and Fieser, M.—Organic Chemistry. (Reinhold.)
Reed, R. I., and Tucker, S. H.—Organic Chemistry, Electronic Theory and Reaction Mechanism. (Macmillan.)
Baker, J. W.—Electronic Theories of Organic Chemistry. (0.U.P.) Hine, J.—Physical Organic Chemistry. (McGraw-Hill.)
Walling, C.—Free Radicals in Solution. (Wiley.)
Advances in Catalysis: Vols. I, III, VII (Academic Press.)
EXAaSINATION. For Pass and Honours. One 3-hour paper in physical chemistry, one 2-hour paper in inorganic chemistry, and one 2-hour paper in organic and inorganic chemistry.
(Professor Francis, Dr. Trollope, Dr. Laszlo, Mr. Woad, Dr. Lawson, Mr. Sharp, Dr. Moody, Mr. Lee, Dr. Stevens, Mr. Aroni and visiting lecturers:) A course of about 8 lectures per week, with about 14 hours per week of laboratory, drawing 0111cc and practice classes throughout the year.
SYLLABUS. (i) Structural Engineering and Elasticity. Analysis and design of statically indeterminate structures such as trusses, rigid frames, arches and shells. Inelastic behaviour.
Concrete mix design. Reinforced and prestressed concrete structures.
Stability of structures and components. Vibrations of beams, frames and the like. Elementary plate and shell theory.
Laboratory techniques—measurement of strain, methods of testing structures and statistical design of experiments.
(ii) Hydraulic Engineering. Topics such as the following:
Rainfall : Distribution, intensity, run-off, evaporation, percolation. Waterway for bridges and culverts.
Rivers : Flood prevention, improvement and regulation.
Storage Reservoirs : Determination of capacity ; earthen, masonry, concrete and other dams ; outlet works, waste weirs ; preservation of catchments.
Conduits: Channels, flumes, pipe lines. Variable flow in channels. Waves.
Water Supply: Purification of water. Reticulation. Service reservoirs, water towers, stand pipes.
Sewerage and Drainage: Sewerage of towns and isolated buildings, drainage, separate and combined systems, sewage treatment, disposal of wastes, pumping stations.
Irrigation: Conditions suitable, duty of water, methods of application to land barrages, head-works, regulators, distribution systems.
Hydro-electric Engineering : Turbine characteristics; settings ; choice of type of turbine; speed regulation; surge tanks ; water power schemes.
Pumping Plants. • Hydraulic models.
(iii) Soil Engineering. Behaviour of engineering soils. Principles and applications of soil mechanics to foundations, embankments, cuttings and re- taining structures.
(iv) Highway and Airport Engineering. Geometric design of roads, streets and airports. Pavement design and construction. Drainage. Intro- duction to traffic engineering.
(v) Engineering Practices. (a) Engineering Construction. Topics such as the following : foundation methods, timbering, de-watering, under-pinning, etc. Structural steel fabrication. Methods of reinforced concrete construction. form
work, precasting. Erection methods.
(b) Engineering Organization and Economics. Topics such as the following: organization of civil engineering works, contracts and specifications, financing of engineering projects, costing, legal aspects.
Laboratory, Drawing Ofгce and Classroom Work. This will usually include the following : (i) original designs of structures in part or whole;
(ii) a scheme of water supply, irrigation, power, sewerage, etc.;
(iii) laboratory work including projects ;
(iv) discussion groups, visits to works in progress and special lectures by visiting speakers ;
(v) essays and reports.
No student will be admitted to the Final Examination without evidence of satisfactory laboratory and drawing office work, which will be assessed in the de- ciding of examination results. Records of laboratory and drawing office work must be submitted periodically as required. Additional tests may be set during the year;
the results of these will be taken into account in assessing examination results.
Вooкs. (a) Recommended for preliminary reading:
Torroja, E.—Philosophy of Structures. (Univ. of California Press.) , (b) Prescribed text-books :
*Matheson, J. A. L.—Hyperstatic Structures. Vols. 1 and 2. (Butterworth Scientific Publications.)
*Timoshenko, S., and Young, D. H.—Theory of Structures. (McGraw-Hill.) Timoshenko, S.—Theory of Elastic Stability. (McGraw-Hill.)
Timoshenko, S.—Theory of Plates and Shells. (McGraw-Hill.)
*Ferguson, P. M.—Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals. (Wiley.) Lin, T. Y.—Prestressed Concrete Structures. (Wiley.)
*Capper, P. L., and Cassie, W. F:—The Mechanics of Engineering Soils. (2nd ed., Spon.)
(c) Recommended for reference:
(i) Structural Engineering and Elasticity.
Wilbur, J. B., and Norris, C. H. Elementary Structural Analysis. (McGraw-
Probst, E. H., and Connie, J.—Civil Engineering Reference Book. (Butter- worth.)
Baker, J. F., Horne, M. R., and Heyman, J.—The Steel Skeleton, Vol. II.
Beedle, L. S. Plastic Design of Steel Frames. (Wiley.) Hoff, N. J.—The Analysis of Structures. (Wiley.)
Cross, H., and Morgan, N. D.—Continuous Frames of Reinforced Concrete.
Parcel, J. I., and Moorman, R. В. В: Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures. (Wiley.)
Mix Design and Quality Control of Concrete. (1954 Symposium. Cement and Concrete Association.)
A.-HighQuality Concrete. (Spon.)
Troxell, G. E., Davis, H. E., and Kelly, J. W.
—Composition and Properties of Concrete. (McGraw-Hill.)
Y. PrestressedConcrete. (Contractors Record.)
Theoryand Practice of Reinforced Concrete. (3rd ed., McGraw
Murdock, L. J.—Concrete Materials and Practice. (Arnold.) (ii) Hydraulic Engineering.
Addison, Н. А Text-Book of Applied Hydraulics. (Chapman and Hall.) Dougherty, R. L., and Ingersoll, A.
C.—FluidMechanics. (5th ed., McGraw-
Rouse, H., and Howe, J. W: Basic Mechanics of Fluids. (Wiley.) Jaeger, C. Engineering Fluid Mechanics. (Blackie.)
L: FluidMechanics. (McGraw-Hill.)
Rouse, H., and Ince,
S.-Historyof Hydraulics. (State University of Iowa, 1957.)
J.—ScaleModels in Hydraulic Engineering. (Longmans.) Vallentine, H.
AppliedHydrodynamics. (Butterworth.) Structures
-Hydraulic Structures, Vols. I, II. (Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng.) Water Supply
Babbitt, H. E., aпd Doland, J.
J.—WaterSupply Engineering. (4th ed., McGraw-Hill.)
Sewerage and Stormwater Drainage
Babbitt, H. E., and Baumann, E. R.—Sewerage and Sewage Treatment. (8th ed., Wiley.)
Isaac, P. C.
G. Pn ЫиеHealth Engineering. (Spon.)
Fair, G. M., and Geyer, J. C.—Water Supply and Waste Water Disposal.
Imhoff, K., and Fair, G M.
—Sewаgе Treatment. (2nd ed., Wiley.) Irrigation
Etcheverry,. B. A.—Irrigation Practice and Engineering. (McGraw
Davis and Wilson. Irrigation Engineering. (Wiley.) Parker, P.
—The Control of Water. (Routledge.) Brown,
Kanthack, F. E. Principles of Irrigation Engineering. (Longmans.) . Houk, I.
E.—Irrigation.Engineering, Vols. I and II. (Wiley.)
S.-Irrigationand Hydraulic Design. Vol.. 1. (Chapman and Hall.) . Hydro-electric Engineering
Spannhake, W.—Centrifugal Pumps, Turbines and Propellers. (Mass. Inst.
Dougherty, R. L.
—Hydraulic Turbines. (McGraw-Hill.) . Barrows, H. K.—Water Power Engineering. (McGraw
J.Guthrie.—Hydro-electric Engineering Practice, Vals. I, II and III.
(iii) Soil Engineering
Tschebotarióff, G. P.—Soil Mechanics, Foundations and Earth Structures.
Taylor, D. W. Fundamentals of Soil'Mechanics. (Wiley.) . Terzaghi, K.
TheoreticalSoil Mechanics. (Wiley.)
Terzaghi, K. V., and Peck, R.
SoilMechanics in Engineering Practice.
Peck, R. B:, Hanson, W. E., and Thornburn, T. H.-Foundation Engineering.
Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research.-Soil Meсhaпiсs for Road En.
(iv) Highway and Airport Engineering
Road Construction and Maintenance. (Country Roads Board of Victoria.) Dempster, G. J.-Some Aspects of the Geometric Design of Roads. (Country
Hewes, L. I
.,and Oglesby, C. H. Highway Engineering. (Wiley.)
Public Roads Administration, U.S.A. Highway Practice in the U.S.A. (Public Roads Administration.)
Sharp, H. 0., Shaw, G. R., and Dunlop, J. A.—Airport Engineering. (Wiley.) Gliddon, H. C., Law, H. F., and Cowles, J. E.—Airports. Design, Construction
and Management. (McGraw-Hill.) ExAMINATxoNs. Five 3-hour papers.