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CIVIL ENGINEERING

Vision

To serve as a fountain head of higher learning, with the mission of taking the light of knowledge to the depth of darkness, uplifting the humblest and simplest of the community by providing education, the greatest world treasure.

Through earnestly striving for continuous improvement, this institution intends to promote educational inclusion among a broad spectrum of unreached rural youths by functioning as a Centre of Excellence.

Mission

• Keeping quality as its Watchword Sri Raaja Raajan College of Engineering and Technology is a classic example of public-private academic partnership.

• The college intends to offer programmes with inbuilt state-of-the-art courses at the undergraduate level in the first phase to fulfill the requirement of trained manpower in technology.

• To produce exceptionally competent professionals through personalized teaching and graduates who are ethically upright and educationally bright to render service of global standards.

INTRODUCTION

Civil engineers design and build many of the things that we use every day. Civil engineers work in the following fields: structures, transport, energy and water and food production.

Many civil engineers work in the building industry together with architects, surveyors and building services engineers when designing structures and foundations for large buildings.

civil engineers design transport systems: they build roads, stations and airports.

They also design systems for controlling traffic to ensure effective and safe use of the road system and aim to reduce the impact of roads and traffic on the environment.

Civil engineers design and construct all types of power stations and hydroelectric projects. Civil engineers are also involved in the research that is taking place in harnessing renewable sources of energy such as geothermal and wave power.

Civil engineers design dams to create water storage reservoirs. Hydropower is used to generate electricity or the water may be diverted through tunnels, canals and pipelines to provide irrigation for the land, to transport water to cities, supply safe drinking water to home and industry after due water treatment by engineers.

Engineers also provide the systems for the collection and treatment of sewage so that it can be returned to the environment without causing pollution.

Civil engineers need to be, able to be good at maths, be able to communicate their ideas to people and be able to design. They need to be able to think in 3D.

Civil engineering utilizes technical information obtained from numerous other sciences, and with the advancement in all types of technologies, the civil engineering has also benefited tremendously. The future of civil engineering is expected to be revolutionized by the new technologies including design software, GPS, GIS systems and other latest technical expertise in varied fields.

Technology will continue to make important changes in the application of civil engineering, including the rapid progress in the use of 3-D and 4-D design tools.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Graduates of the Civil Engineering Program will achieve:

Fulfilling lives by pursuing professional licensure, advanced studies, or alternate career paths. Meaningful work by applying their strong Civil Engineering, business, leadership, and communication skills to meet the expectations of their employers. Responsible citizenship by serving the Civil Engineering profession and their community locally, nationally, and internationally.

INDUSTRIAL VISIT


S.NO

INDUSTRIAL VISITED

NAME &DESIGNATION OF THE FACULTY ACCOMPANED

NO OF STUDENTS

YEAR

1

Vaigai Dam, Theni in 2012.

MUTHUKUMAR(AP),
V.AGASTHEESWARAN(AP)

44

III

2

Thoothukudi Harbour, Vaigai Dam,
Theni in 2013.

M.J.NAVANEETHA KANNAN(AP),
V.AGASTHEESWARAN(AP)

70

III

3

Vaigai Dam, Theni in 2014

V.AGASTHEESWARAN(AP)

67

 III

4

Vaigai Dam, Theni in 2015

V.AGASTHEESWARAN(AP)

87

 II

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES


At the time of graduation, Civil Engineering students will come out with ability and knowledge to perform following parameters:

(a) Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering

(b) Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

(c) Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

(d) Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams

(e) Ability to identify, formulate , and solve engineering problems

(f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

(g) Ability to communicate effectively

(h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

(i) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

(j) A knowledge of contemporary issues

(k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice and there by satisfying the needs of the society.



The department Courses Offered


B.E (CIVIL Engineering)

M.E (Structural Engineering)

Laboratory Facilities:


1. Surveying lab :

Appreciate the need for accurate and thorough note taking in field work to serve as a legal record. Gain the ability to use modern survey equipment to measure angles and distances. The laboratory provides essential surveying equipments for the use of bachelor degree students to make them familiar with practical surveying technique in the construction field and major projects.

2. Strength of Materials Lab:

strength of materials lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to undergraduate students through a series of experiments. The students are also introduced to the data acquisition system (Strain gauges and dial gauges etc) used in experimental study.

3. CADD lab:

Allows the use of software for the preparation of drawings for different engineering works and their design.

4. Soil Mechanics lab:

Acquire the understanding of basic physical and mechanical properties of soil. Acquire the necessary skill in performing standard laboratory and field tests. Interpret and analyze data and to report and present result in a proper engineering format. Work independently or as a team in organizing and carrying out the experiments/tests.

5. Concrete and Highway Engineering lab:

The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction. They can design the mix, make the specimens and test the same for the strength for comparison with design strength. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course building materials.

6. Environmental Engineering lab:

This provides opportunity to students to determine different parameters of waste water and sewage disposal. It is related to the science of waste management of all types, purification of water, cleaning of contaminated areas, reduction of pollution, and industrial ecology. Technical data obtained due to environmental engineering assists the policy makers in making decisions related to environmental issues.

7.Fluid Mechanics Lab:

Understand the physical processes which govern the behavior of fluids on rest and in motion. Confidently pose and solve problems in engineering fluid mechanics. Perform design calculations for pipes.

8.survey camp:

A field activity which provides real application of theoretical principles of surveying and use of different devices and preparation of map, so as to make the students well versed with survey operation.

Software Available :


• Auto cadd

• Staad Pro

Career Objectives:


• There is no fixed or standard career path for a civil engineer.

• Much depends upon particular specialty they choose where they work and the individual engineer's ability to continue learning and growing on the job.

• Although the studies that the engineering student does in college prepare the new to be engineer to enter the workforce, here is much more practical knowledge that is to be learned on the job environment.

• About one-third of civil engineering positions are government jobs, either at state, central or local level. • The other two-thirds are associated in some way with construction or the supervision of facilities.

• The greatest majority of civil engineering careers are with architectural firms or construction companies.

• These jobs are associated with the design, analysis, construction and repair of a wide variety of structures; including everything from skyscrapers, to bridges, to water treatment facilities.

• Civil engineers working in these types of offices will work as part of a project team, working together with other civil engineers and architects.

• They would most likely find themselves assigned responsibility for a part of a project, such as designing the footings for a bridge or the central support column of an office building.

• In these types of projects, the work of the individual engineer must be constantly coordinated with the work of the other engineers and architects on the design team and should proceed hand in hand.

• A small percentage of civil engineers are self-employed, providing engineering services to business and homeowners. These services can range from simple surveying, to sub-dividing property, to water drainage analysis to structural analysis of existing buildings.

• Some of the best civil engineers function as consultants and contractors working with a variety of design firms, providing expertise along one narrow specialty.


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