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Civil Engineering

Civil engineering encompasses all those work that involves construction, maintenance and innovative design of different aspects and things like bridges, canals, buildings and more.

In our video lectures, we will take you through the different steps which are involved in civil engineering. Some of the important lectures which we will be dealing with are as follows.
- Structural dynamics: how to find the apt structure design for the equipments
- Seismic analysis of the different structures: this is important to ensure that the foundation which is laid is efficient and free of flaws.
- Use of probability in civil engineering: it forms one of the core concepts which are used extensively.
- Soil dynamics: no doubt, the texture of the soil is crucial for laying down the foundation.
- Advanced hydraulics: one has to be mindful of the type of water system which is used and the way it is set up as well.

This is not all as our video lectures will take you through a lot more details. We believe that civil engineering is one such area which needs thorough knowledge and by offering the best lectures and tutorials; we aim at educating people about the same.

We will explore further details and those who choose to go through the details of all the video tutorials will be able to refine their knowledge in an apt manner. Be all set to learn about stochastic hydrology, transportation engineering, fluid engineering and more. With these tutorials, civil engineers will be able to polish their expertise in their field of operation.

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INTRODUCTION : Hydrologic cycle, water budget equation, world water quantities, residence time, systems concept, transfer function operators, hydrologic model classification -
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Introduction and Basic Concepts : Concept of watershed, introduction to watershed management, different stakeholders and their relative importance, watershed management polici
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Contents: Open Channel Flow : Kinds of open channel flow, channel geometry, types and regimes of flow,Velocity distribution in open channel, wide open channel, specific energ
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Course Contents Introduction � Concepts of Systems and Systems Analysis; Systems Techniques in Water Resources : Optimization with methods using calculus; Linear Programmin
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Introduction to Numerical Methods : Why study numerical methods,Sources of error in numerical solutions: truncation error, round off error.,Order of accuracy - Taylor series e
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The objective of this course is to develop methods for analysis of structures subjected to dynamic loads which are random in nature. Structures under the action of wind or ea
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Introduction:Transport and Socioeconomic Activities, Historical Development of Transport, Transportation in the Cities, Freight Transportation, Future Developments - Urban Tra
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The objective of this course is to introduce the concepts of probability theory and stochastic processes with applications in hydrologic analysis and design. Modeling of hydr
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Review of basic concepts in structural analysis:structure (structural elements, joints and supports, stability, rigidity and static indeterminacy, kinematic indeterminacy);loa
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This course will study the question of Global Architecture from the point of view of producing a set of lectures on that subject. The course will be run in the form of a writi
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Contents: Introduction Materials Different Methods of Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Working Stress Method Limit State of Collapse Flexure Design of Doubly
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I. Introduction Properties of Structural Steel, I. S. Rolled Sections, I. S. Specifications II. Design Approach Factor of Safety, Permissible and Working Stresses,
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Soil Exploration and Geophysical Investigation - Introduction,Planning for subsurface exploration,Methods of exploration,Geophysical exploration,Soil sampling and samplers,In-
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Introduction to Railway Engineering - Gauges and Permanent Way - Wheel and Axles, Coning of Wheels - Track Resistances, Hauling Capacity - Track Modulus, Stresses in Track - R
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Performance Place: Clues / Sites / References / Sketch Model - A Place for the Homeless - Individual Place: Research / History on Small Houses. Start Building Site Model. Firs
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Precipitation, Infiltration and Evapotranspiration � Forms of precipitation, measurement, depth-area-duration and intensity duration- frequency relatio
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Introduction to Water & Waste Water Engineering - Water and WasteWater Quality Enhancement - Water and WasteWater Quality Estimation - Water and WasteWater Characteristics - W
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BASIC SURVEYING or GEOINFORMATICS 1. INTRODUCTION: Geoinformatics- definition, disciplines covered, importance. Field Surveying- definition & objectives; concept of Geoid a
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