The modules for semester-1 and semester-2 in 2018

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to relate the main elasto-plastic-time dependant constitutive models to the behaviour of real soil, select an appropriate laboratory or in-situ test programme to determine the parameters to be used in the analysis of the ground engineering problem, apply advanced computational aids to the analysis of some ground engineering problems, and recognize the limitations of the constitutive models and the numerical analysis used in ground engineering.

    This module is offered in semester-1.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to identify factors relating to transport supply and land use planning that influence travel demand, demonstrate knowledge of the principles and practice of road traffic surveys including procedures for manual and automatic counts, apply the skills required to collect and analyse road traffic collision data, demonstrate knowledge of the principles of junction design including traffic signal control for all road users, and investigate and evaluate a range of alternative remedial measures and monitor and assess their effectiveness.

    This module is offered in semester-2

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to demonstrate the contemporary debate in thematic areas relevant to engineering in society, evaluate current resources related to a selected thematic area relevant to engineering in society, critically review contemporary policy and practice within a selected thematic area relevant to engineering in society, and identify strategic responses and research needs.

    This module is offered in semester-1.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to determine the deflection in beams, frames and trusses; analyze statically indeterminate beams, frames and trusses to establish reactions, bending moments and shear forces using different methods; analyze the effect of moving loads on beams and trusses; calculate the collapse load on beams and frames; manipulate basic finite element analysis.

    This module is offered in semester-1.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to use matrix methods to carry out elastic structural analysis, use the stiffness method to carry out elastic structural analysis of trusses and frames, use the finite element method to model frames and plates to investigate their response to different load conditions, and use single and multi-degree of freedom models to assess the dynamic response of structures.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and 2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to critically evaluate a wide range of approaches to promoting sustainability, understand and apply best practice principles to approaches that aim to incorporate sustainability into all stages of the development life-cycle, critically interpret and evaluate through case studies, and formulate an approach and plan of study for an impact assessment.

    This module is offered in semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to design reinforced concrete elements for medium rise buildings and design steel members in civil engineering structures.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to Define a project aim and demonstrate its relationship to existing work / professional practice in the field; design an appropriate investigative methodology to obtain relevant and quality information/data from primary and/or secondary sources; present, analyse, interpret and critically appraise collected information/data in the context of the wider literature / professional practice; and draw conclusions about the topic, reflecting on the investigative process and demonstrating an awareness of the limitations of the study.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to identify the main issues to be examined and the problems to be solved in the execution of an engineering-discipline-related technical project, complete a critical appraisal of the technical work undertaken for the project and the overall management of the investigation, make clear and well-argued and supported recommendations for the continuation of the further work and development of the project into the Level M phase - MEng B, and effectively communicate technical understanding and recommendations achieved from the research investigation.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.