IES Syllabus (CIVIL)
Civil Engineering Syllabus
(For both objective and conventional type papers)
PAPER - I (Code No.11 for objective type paper and 13 for conventional paper.)
1. Building Materials:
Timber: Different types and species of structural timber, density-moisture relationship, strength in different directions, defects, influence of defects on permissible stress, preservation, dry and wet rots, codal provisions for design plywood.
Bricks: Types, Indian Standard classification, absorption, saturation factor, strength in masonry, influence of mortar strength on masonary strength.
Cement: Compounds of different types, setting times, strength.
Cement Mortar: Ingredients, proportions, water demand, mortars for plastering and masonary.
Concrete: Importance of W/C Ratio, strength, ingredients including admixtures, workability, testing for strength, elasticity, non-destructive testing, mix design methods.
2. Solid Mechanics:
Elastic constants, stress, plane stress, Mohr's circle of stress, strains, plane strain, Mohr's circle of strains, combined stress; Elastic theories of failure; Simple bending, shear; Torsion of circular and rectangular sections and simple members.
3. Structural Analysis:
Analysis of determinate structures-different methods including graphical methods.
Analysis of indeterminate skeletal frames-moment distribution, slope-deflection, stiffness and force methods, energy methods, Muller-Breslau principle and application.
Plastic analysis of indeterminate beams and simple frames-shape factors.
4. Design Of Steel Structures:
Principles of working stress method, Design of connections, simple members, Built-up sections and frames. Design of Industrial roofs. Principles of ultimate load design. Design of simple members and frames.
5. Design Of Concrete And Masonry Structures:
Limit state design for bending, shear, axial compression and combines forces. Codal provisions for slabs, beams, walls and footings. Working stress method of design of R.C. members.
Principles of prestressed concrete design, materials, methods of prestressing, losses. Design of simple members and determinable structures. Introduction to indeterminate structures.
Design of brick masonary as per I.S. Codes.
6. Construction Practice, Planning And Management:
Concreting Equipment: Weight Batcher, Mixer, vibrator, batching plant concrete pump. Cranes, hoists, lifting equipment.
Earthquake Equipment: Power shovel, hoe, dozer, dumper, trailers and tractor, rollers, sheep foot rollers, pumps.
Construction, Planning and Management: Bar Chart, linked bar chart, work-break down structures, Activity-on-arrow diagrams. Critical path, probabilistic activity durations; Event based networks, PERT network; Time-cost study, crashing; Resource allocation.
PAPER - II (Code No.12 for objective type paper and 14 for conventional paper.)
1. (a) Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow, Pipe Flow:
Fluid Properties, Pressure, Thrust, Buoyancy;
Flow Kinematics : Integration of flow equations; Flow measurement; Relative motion; Moment of momentum:; Viscosity, Boundary layer and Control, Drag, Lift; Dimensional Analysis, Modeling; Cavitation;
Flow oscillations: Momentum and Energy principles in Open channel flow, Flow controls, Hydraulic jumps, Flow sections and properties; Normal flow, Gradually varies flow; Surges; Flow development and losses in pipe flows; Measurements; Siphons; Surges and Water hammer, Delivery of Power; Pipe networks.
(b) Hydraulic Machines And Hydropower:
Centrifugal pump, types, performance parameters, scaling pumps in parallel; Reciprocating pumps, air vessels, performance parameters; Hydraulic ram; Hydraulic turbines, types, performance parameters, controls, choice; Power houses, classification and layout storage, pondage, control of supply.
2. (a) Hydrology:
Hydrological cycle, precipitation and related data analysis, PMP unit and synthetic hydrographs; Evaporation and transportation; Floods and their management, PMF; Streams and their gauging; River morphology; Routing of floods; Capacity of Reservoirs.
(b) Water Resources Engineering:
Water Resources of the globe; Multipurpose uses of Water; Soil-Plant-Water relationships, irrigation systems, water demand assessment; Storages and their yields, ground water yield and well hydraulics; Water logging, drainage design; Irrigation revenue; Design of rigid boundary canals, Lacey's and Tractive force concepts in canal design, lining of canals; Sediment transport in canals; Non-overflow and overflow sections of gravity dams and their design, Energy dissipaters and tailwater rating; Design of headworks, distribution works, falls, cross-drainage works, outlets; River training.
3. Environmental Engineering:
(a) Water Supply Engineering:
Sources of supply, yields, design of intakes and conductors; Estimation of demand; Water quality standards; Control of Water-borne diseases; Primary and secondary treatment, detailing and maintenance of treatment units; Conveyance and distribution systems of treated water, leakages and control; Rural water supply; Institutional and industrial water supply.
(b) Waste Water Engineering:
Urban rain water disposal; Systems of sewerage collection and disposal; Design of sewers and sewerage systems; pumping; Characteristics of Sewerage and its treatment, Disposal of products of sewerage treatment, stream flow rejuvenation; Institutional and industrial sewage management; Plumbing Systems; Rural and semi-urban sanitation.
(c) Solid Waste Management:
Sources, classification, collection and disposal; Design and Management of landfill.
(d) Air And Noise Pollution And Ecology:
Sources and effects of air pollution, monitoring of air pollution; Noise pollution and standards; Ecological chain and balance. Environment assessment.
4. (a) Soil Mechanics:
Properties of soils, classification and interrelationship; Compaction behavior, methods of compaction and their choice; Permeability and seepage, flow nets, inverted filters; Compressibility and consolidation; Shearing resistance, stresses and failure; soil testing in laboratory and in situ; Stress path and applications; Earth pressure theories, stress distribution in soil; soil exploration, samplers, load tests, penetration tests.
(b) Foundation Engineering:
Types of foundations, Selection criteria, bearing capacity, settlement, laboratory and field tests; Types of piles and their design and layout, Foundations on expansive soils, swelling and its prevention foundation on swelling soils.
5. (a) Surveying:
Classifications of surveys, scales, accuracy; Measurement of distances-direct and indirect methods; optical and electronic devices; Measurement of elevations-spirit and trigonometric leveling: Relief representation; Contours Digital elevation modeling concept; Establishment of control by triangulations and traversing-measurements and adjustment of observations, computation of coordinates; Field astronomy, Concept of global positioning system; Map preparation by plane tabling and by photogrammetry, Remote sensing concepts map substitutes.
(b) Transportation Engineering:
Highway: Planning of highway systems, alignment and geometric design, horizontal and vertical curves, grade separation; Materials and construction methods for different surfaces and maintenance; Principles of pavement design; Drainage Traffic surveys; Intersections, signaling; Mass transit systems, accessibility, networking.
Tunneling: Tunneling alignment methods of construction, disposal of muck, drainage, lighting and ventilation, traffic control, emergency management.
Railway: Planning of railway systems, terminology and designs, relating to gauge, track, controls, transits, rolling stock, tractive power and track modernization; Maintenance; Appurtenant works, Containerization.
Harbours: layouts, shipping lanes, anchoring, location, identification; Littoral transport with erosion and deposition. Sounding methods; Dry and Wet docks, components and operations; Tidal data and analyses.
Airports: layout and orientation; Runway and taxiway design and drainage management; Zoning laws; Visual aids and air traffic control; Helipads, hangers, service equipment.
IES Syllabus (CIVIL)