(Staff of Civil Engineering and other Departments and visiting lecturers) A course of about it lectures per week, with about is hours per week of laboratory, design and practice classes throughout the year.
Section i, comprising about i б lectures and зоо hours of laboratory, design and practice classes, will be taken by all students. In section z, comprising б units each consisting of 24 hours of lectures and tutorial classes, a number of alternative choices of topics will be offered, and students must select topics from these to give the required total prescribed time. The topics offered in Section z will depend on the staff situation, and some may not be given in a particular year. The choice of topics must be approved by the Head of Department.
(i) Structural Engineering (48 lectures, 24 hours of practice classes).
Linear structural analysis (non-matrix methods). Concrete structures and concrete tech- nology. Steel structures, connections and welding technology. Non-elastic and plastic behaviour and collapse analysis.
(ii) Hydraulic Engineering (3б lectures, 18 hours of practice classes).
Open channels, irrigation applications. System design. Basic hydrodynamics. Hydrology and drainage. Model studies. Unsteady flow. Sediment transport, river engineering.
(iii) Soil Engineering (z4 lectures, iz hours of practice classes).
Site investigation. Foundation engineering: footings, rafts and pile foundations. Seepage;
control of ground water. Design of earth dams and slopes. Retaining structures, flexible bulkheads.
(iv) Transport Engineering (24 lectures, is hours of practice classes).
Topics in the following fields: Transport systems, operating characteristics and tech- nology. Traffic engineering. Transport planning and economics. Highway design and construction practice. Pavement design.
(v) Engineering Practices (z4 lectures, 12 hours of practice classes).
(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: organiza- tion of civil engineering works, contracts and specifications, economic comparison of
:osting, legal aspects, critical path analysis.
LABORATORY, DRAWING OFFICE AND CLASSROOM WORK (about зоо hours).
This will usually include the following:
(1) original designs of structures in part or whole;
(z) a scheme of water supply, irrigation, power, sewerage, etc.;
(3) laboratory work including projects;
(4) discussion groups, visits to works in progress and special lectures by visiting speakers;
(5) essays and reports.
No student will be admitted to the Final Examination without evidence of satisfactory laboratory arid drawing olice work, which will be assessed in the deciding 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 may be taken into account in assessing examination results.
(24 hours of lectures aud tutorial classes per unit.) (i) Structural Engineering
ST i : Elasticity, stability and dynamics (i unit)
ST 2: Linear analysis (matrix methods), shells and cables (1 unit)
ST 3: Advanced structural technology in steel, concrete and other materials (1 (ii) Hydraulic Engineering
H i : Water supply, sewerage and drainage (1 unit)
H 2: Dynamics of pipe systems, hydro-electric engineering (1 unit) H 3: Field theory for porous media, advanced fluid mechanics (1 unit) (iii) Soil Engineering
SO i: Earth pressure theory (1 unit)
SO z: Foundation engineering : settlement analysis, footings, piled foundations, vibration (i unit)
SO 3: Fundamental Properties of soils (i unit) (iv) Transport Engineering
T1: Analysis of Transport Networks (1 unit) Tz : Traffic Engineering (1 unit)
Т3: Highway Engineering (1 unit) (v) Engineering Practices
EP i: Project planning and control (i unit) EP z: Construction methods (i unit) EP 3: Works Organization (1 unit) (vi) Mathematics
CE i : Numerical Analysis and computer applications (1 unit) CE 2: Mathematical Programming and systems analysis (1 unit) CE 3: Probability and statistics (i unit)
(vii) Other elective subjects
(a) 584: Town Planning (Civil Engineering and Surveying Course) (1 unit)
(b) Business Administration 3 (Business Decisions) together with one of the following units of Business Administration:
aзa-1 Organizational Behaviour 232-Z Business Planning and Control
20-8 Economics C (Industrial Relations) (z units in all)
Note: This latter unit may not be taken by candidates who have been credited with unit C 8 in subject zzo for the Bachelor of Commerce degree.
(c) 416-2 Science German, 416-3 Science Russian or 416-1 Science French (z units).
Sections 1 and z
(a) Recommended for preliminary reading:
Torroja, E., Philosophy of Structures. (Univ. of California Press.) Rouse, H. and Ince, S., History of Hydraulics. (State U. of Iowa, 1957.) Birkhoff, G., Hydro-dynamics. (Dover.)
(b) Prescribed text-books:
*Matheson, J. A. L. and Francis, A. J., Hyperstatic Structures, Vols. 1 and a. (Butterworth Scientific Publications.)
*Ferguson, P. M., Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals. (Wiley.)
or `Cowan, H. J. and Smith, P. R., Design of Reinforced Concrete. (Angus & Robertson.) Lin, T. Y., Prestressed Concrete Structures. (and ed., Wiley.)
Wu, T. H., Soil Mechanics. (Allyn & Bacon.)
(c) Recommended for reference:
(i) Structural Engineering
Norris, C. H. and Wilbur, J. В., Elеmепtпrу Structural Analysis. (McGraw-Hill.) Probst, E.`H. and Corrie, J., Civil Engineering Reference Book. (Butterworth.) Baker, J. F., Horne, M. R. and Hayman, J., The Steel Skeleton, Vol. II. (C.U.P.) Beedle, L. S., Plastic Design of Steel Frames. (Wiley.)
S.and Woodhead, R. W., Frame Analysis. (Wiley.) Hoff, N. J., The Analysis of Structures. (Wiley.)
Parcel. J. I. and birman, R. B. B.,. Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures.
Neville, A. M., Properties of Concrete. (Pitman.) Leonhardt, F., Prestressed Concrete. (2nd ed., Ernst.) Murdock, L.
L.Concrete Materials and Practice. (Arnold.)
Timoshenko, S. and Goodier, J. N., Theory of Elasticity. (znd ed., McGraw-Hill.) Dnrelli, A. J., Phillips, E. A. and Tsao. C. H.. Introduction to the Theoretical and
Experimental Analysis of Stress and Strain. (McGraw-Hill.) Froсht, M. M. Photoclasticity, vol. r. (Wiley.)
Tinmoshenko, S. P. and Gere, J. M., Theory of Elastic Stability. (2nd ed., McGraw-Hill.) McCracken,- D. D. aud Dorn, W. S., Numerical Methods and Fortran Programme.
Timoshenko, S. and Woinowsky-Krieger, S., Theory of Plates and Shells. (McGraw-Hill.) (ii) Hydraulic Engineering
Davis, C. V.. Handbook of Applied Hydraulics. (McGraw-Hill.) Streeter, V. L., Fluid Mechanics. (McGraw-Hill.)
Streeter, V. L., Handbook of Fluid Dynamics. (McGraw-Hill.) Chow, V. Tc., Open Channel Hydraulics. (McGraw-Hill.) Jaeger, C., Engineering Fluid Mechanics. (Blackie.)
Rouse, H., Engineering Hydraulics. (Wiley.)
Rouse, H., Elementary Mechanics of Fluids. (Wiley.) Valentine, H. R., Applied Hydrodynamics. (Butterworth.) Leliaysky,.S., An Introduction to Fluvial Hydraulics. (Constable.)
Hydraulic Models—A.S.C.E. Manual of Engineering Practice, No. 25 (1942).
Allen, J., Scale Models in Hydraulic Engineering. (Longmans.) Structures
Schoklitsch, A., Hydraulic Structures, Vols. I, II. (Amer. Soc. lech. Eng.) Elevatorski, E. A., Hydraulic Energy Dissipators. (McGraw.Hill.)
Babbitt, H. E., Doland, J. J. and Cleasby, J. L., Water Supply Engineering. (6th ed., McGraw-Hill.)
Sewerage and Stormwater Drainage
Babbitt, H. E. and Baumann, E. R., Sewerage and Sewage Treatment. (8th ed., Wiley.) Fair, G. M. and Geyer, J. C., Water Supply and Waste Water Disposal. (Wiley.) Imhoff, K. and Fair, G. M., Sewage Treatment. (znd
Etcheverry, B. A., Irrigation Practice and Engineering, з vols. (McGraw-Hill.
Houk, L E., Irrigation Engineering, Vols. I and II. (Wiley.)
Leliaysky, S., Irrigation and Hydraulic Design, Vol. I. (Chapman and Hall.) Hydro-electric Engineering
Spannhake,,W., Centrifugal Pumps, Turbines and Propellers. (Mass. Inst. Tech.) Wislicenus, G. E., Fluid Mechanics of Turbomachinery. (McGraw-Hill.)
Brown, J. G., Hydro-electric Engineering Practice, Vols. I, II and III. (Blackie.) Hydrology
Linsley, R. K., Kohler, M. A. and Paulhus, J. L. H., Hydrology for Engineers. (McGraw Hill.
Todd, D. K., Ground Water Hydrology. (Wiley.) Wislcr, C. 0. and Brater, E. F., Hydrology. (Wiley.) (iii) Soil Engineering
Taylor, D. W., Fundamentals of Soil Mechanics. (Wiley.) Scott, R. F., Principles of Soil Mechanics. (Addison Wesley.) Terzaghi, K. V., Theoretical Soil Mechanics. (Wiley.)
Bishop, A. W. and Henkel, D. J., The Measurement of Soil Properties in the Triaxial Test.
Henry, F. D. C., The Design and Construction of Engineering Foundations. (Spon.) Peck, R. B., Hanson, W. E. and Thornburn, T. H., Foundation Engineering. (Wiley.)
(iv) Transport Engineering
Hay, W. W., An Introduction to Transportation Engineering. (Wiley.) Buchanan, C., Tra$ic in Towns. (Penguin.)
(v) Engineering Practices. As advised during the year.
(vi) Mathematics. As advised during the year.
Section i : Five 3-hour papers for Pass and Honours.
Section i : One z-hour paper per unit for Pass and Honours in groups (i) to (vi).
Some of the examinations may be held during the year.