Core2Learn Civil Engineering
The Core2Learn program for Civil Engineering comprises of 6 core subjects, namely
A Three-Step program conduct framework is proposed.
Prepare Step
Students will view at least 240 video hours across 450 Topics, excluding Outcome Review videos, in this step. Upon completion, each student will attain 1100+ Active Learning Outcomes, and attempt 4400+ Knowledge Check Questions and 2200+ Summary Quiz questions to verify this attainment. In addition, they will submit 47 Session Reflection Activity comprising reflections, feedback and questions and doubts for resolution.
Practice Step
Most subjects are scheduled within 8 LiveClass sessions. Approx. 50 LiveClass sessions will be scheduled across these 6 subjects, The duration of each LiveClass session is dependent on the faculty and classroom response. During LiveClass the Faculty will apprise student preparation from the VPT report, and Completion and Gradebook reports. They will resolve student doubts highlighted in the SRA report, review student responses to KCQ and SQQs and then practice likely Interview questions using classroom discussion, debate, and Active Quiz questions.
Perform Step
Post completion of all LiveClass sessions the College should schedule several Mock Interview sessions where various types of interview-setting interactions should be emulated. These interactions should range from 'Tell-me-about-yourself' to probing application related queries.
Session Plan
The detailed session plan, along with the Learning Outcomes, VPT per Outcome and other details are progressively displayed under each subject. The suggested study time per day is also indicated should the student choose to be guided by it.

Session 1

Building Material and Construction – Session 1
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~14 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Building materials 15 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define Building Materials ALO 1.1.1-2: Classify Building Materials
Classification of Rocks 52 ALO 1.1.2-1: Define the term Stone ALO 1.1.2-2: Classify Rocks:
i. Geological Classification
ii. Physical Classification
iii. Chemical Classification
Tests of stones 51 ALO 1.1.3-1: Recall the following tests of stone:
i. Acid test
ii. Hardness test
iii. Water absorption test iv. Crushing test
v. Attrition test
Qualities of Stone 14 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall the following qualities of a good building Stone: i. Crushing strength
ii. Appearance
iii. Hardness iv. Specific gravity
v. Percentage wear
Stone Quarrying 31 ALO 1.2.2-1: Define the term Stone quarrying ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe the following methods of quarrying:
i. Quarrying with hard tools
ii. Quarrying with channeling machine
iii. Quarrying by blasting
Dressing of Stones 15 ALO 1.2.3-1: Define the term Dressing ALO 1.2.3-2: Recall the purpose of Dressing
Deterioration of Stones 22 ALO 1.3.1-1: Recall the Deterioration of Stones ALO 1.3.1-2: Describe the following causes of decay of stones:
i. Alternate wetness and drying ii. Impurities in atmosphere iii. Rain water iv. Temperature variations
Preservation of Stones 5 ALO 1.3.2-1: Define the term Preservatives
8 ALO 1.3.2-2: List and recall types of Preservatives: i. Coal tar
ii. Paint
iii. Linseed oil
iv. Solution of baryta
Artificial Stones 6 ALO 1.3.3-1: Recall the procedure for making an Artificial stone
4 ALO 1.3.3-2: Recall the forms of Artificial Stones
3 ALO 1.3.3-3: List and recall the advantages and disadvantages of Artificial Stones

Session 2

Building Material and Construction – Session 2
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 15
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Manufacturing of Bricks 19 ALO 2.1.1-1: Define the term Brick
2 ALO 2.1.1-2: Recall the composition of Brick Earth
69 ALO 2.1.1-3: Recall the manufacturing procedure of the clay: i. Preparation of clay
ii. Moulding  iii. Drying iv. Burning
Test of bricks 22 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the following tests of Brick:
i. Dimension test
ii. Compressive strength test
iii. Water absorption test iv. Efflorescence test
Classification of Bricks 41 ALO 2.1.3-1: Recall the following types of Brick:
i. On the basis of the burning
ii. On the basis of the Compressive strength iii. On the basis of the Physical property
iv. On the basis of special types pf Bricks
Harmful Ingredient in Bricks 15 ALO 2.2.1-1: Recall the following Harmful Ingredient in Bricks: i. Sulphur
ii. Pyrite
iii. Pebbles
iv. Alkalis
v. Lumps of Lime
Defects in Brick 8 ALO 2.2.2-1: Recall different Defects in Bricks:
i. Chuffs
ii. Bloating
iii. Cracks
iv. Blistering
Cement and its uses 19 ALO 3.1.1-1: Define the term Cement
Composition of Cement 21 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall the Composition of Portland Cement
Bouge’s Compound 10 ALO 3.1.3-1: Recall the following Bouge’s Compound: i. Tricalcium aluminate ii. Tetra-calcium alumino-ferrite iii. Tricalcium silicate iv. Dicalcium silicate
Testing of Cement 110 ALO 3.2.1-1: Recall the following Test of Cement: i. Field Test
ii. Lab Test
Manufacturing of cement 19 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall the following Processes of Manufacturing of Cement: i. Dry Process
ii. Wet Process
2 ALO 3.2.2-2: Compare Dry Cement and Wet Cement
Types of Cement 4 ALO 3.2.3-1: Classify the Cement
70 ALO 3.2.3-2: Recall the following types of Cement:
i. Ordinary Portland Cement
ii. Rapid hardening Portland Cement
iii. Calcium chloride Cement iv. Quick setting Portland Cement
v. Low heat Portland Cement
vi. Portland puzzolana Cement
vii. Portland slag Cement

Session 3

Building Material and Construction – Session 3
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concrete and its types 21 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define the term Concrete ALO 4.1.1-2: List and recall different Concrete
Manufacturing of mix 98 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall the following manufacturing process of Mix (concrete):i. Nominal Mix ii. Design Mix
Production of Concrete 76 ALO 4.1.3-1: List and recall various steps for the production of concrete:
i. Batching
ii. Mixing and Transportation
iii. Placing and Compaction iv. Finishing
v. Curing
Factors affecting strength of concrete 35 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall various factors affecting the strength of Concrete:
i. Water cement ratio
ii. Size of specimen iii. Air voids
iv. Age of cement
v. Cement aggregate ratio
vi. Types and Size of aggregates
Testing of Concrete 47 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe the following Tests of Concrete: i. Compressive strength test ii. Flexural Strength test iii. Splitting tensile strength test
Workability of Concrete 30 ALO 4.2.3-1: Define the term Workability ALO 4.2.3-2: Recall the factors affecting Workability of Concrete
53 ALO 4.2.3-3: Recall different tests of Workability of Concrete
Basics of Lime 8 ALO 5.1.1-1: Define the term Lime
19 ALO 5.1.1-2: Recall the following terms related to Lime: i. Calcination
ii. Hydraulicity
iii. Slaking iv. Slaked lime
v. Quick lime
Classification of Lime 45 ALO 5.1.2-1: Recall the types of Lime on the basis of:
i. Impurities
ii. Indian Standard
Manufacturing of Lime 32 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the following manufacturing processes of Lime: i. Clamp ii. Intermittent kiln iii. Continuous kiln
Tests of Lime 20 ALO 5.2.2-1: Describe the following tests of Lime:
i. Visual properties
ii. Acid test
iii. Soundness iv. Workability test
v. Ball test

Session 4

Building Material and Construction – Session 4
Session Topics : 19
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 19
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 4 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Timber and its classification 7 ALO 6.1.1-1: Define the term Timber
20 ALO 6.1.1-3: Recall the cross-section of Exogenous Tree
Processing of Timber
Defects in Timber 32 ALO 6.1.3-1: Recall the following defects in Timber: i. Defects due to Seasoning ii. Defects due to Conversion iii. Defects due to Fungi and Insects iv. Defects due to Natural forces
Industrial Timber 7 ALO 6.2.1-1: Recall different market forms of Timber
14 ALO 6.2.1-2: Define the term Plywood ALO 6.2.1-3: Recall different uses of Plywood
Qualities of Good Timber 9 ALO 6.2.2-1: Recall the following Qualities of Timber:
i. Appearance ii. Colour iii. Durability
iv. Elasticity
v. Fire Resistance
Aggregates 32 ALO 7.1.1-1: Define the term Aggregates ALO 7.1.1-2: List and recall different properties of Aggregates
Classification of Aggregates 34 ALO 7.1.2-1: Recall different types of Aggregates on the basis of: i. Size ii. Shape
iii. Sources
Tests of Aggregates 45 ALO 7.1.3-1: Describe the following tests of Aggregates:
i. Flakiness and Elongation Index ii. Crushing Strength Test
iii. Impact Test iv. Abrasion Test
Puzzolana and its types 58 ALO 7.2.1-1: Define and classify Puzzolana ALO 7.2.1-2: Recall the following types of Artificial Puzzolana:
i. Fly Ash
ii. Blast Furnace Slag iii. Rice Husk Ash iv. Surkhi  v. Metakaolin
Introduction to Paint 21 ALO 8.1.1-1: Define the term Paint ALO 8.1.1-2: Recall the Characteristics of Ideal Paint
ALO 8.1.1-3: Recall the Pigment Volume Concentration Number
Ingredients of Oil Paint 33 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall the following Ingredients of Oil Paint:
i. Base
ii. Carrier
iii. Drier
iv. Colouring Pigment
v. Thinner
vi. Extender
Types of Paint 35 ALO 8.1.3-1: List and recall different types of Paints: i. Aluminum Paint
ii. Bituminous Paint
iii. Plastic Paint
iv. Emulsion Paint
Defects in Painting 13 ALO 8.2.1-1: Recall the following Defects in Painting: i. Blistering
ii. Fading
iii. Flaking
iv. Crazing  v. Wrinkling
Painting on Surfaces 27 ALO 8.2.2-1: Recall the Painting on different Surfaces:
i. Painting of Plastered surface
ii. Painting of Wood surface iii. Painting of Metal surface
Introduction to Varnish 11 ALO 8.3.1-1: Define the term Varnish ALO 8.3.1-2: Recall the Characteristics of Varnish
Ingredients of Varnish 11 ALO 8.3.2-1: Recall the following Ingredients of Varnish:
i. Resin ii. Drier
iii. Thinner
Types of Varnish 14 ALO 8.3.3-1: List and recall following types of Varnish:
i. Oil Varnish
ii. Spirit Varnish
iii. Turpentine Varnish
iv. Water Varnish
Types of Polishes 8 ALO 8.4.1-1. Recall the following types of Polish:
i. Furniture Polish
ii. Wax Polish
iii. French Polish
Distemper and its Ingredients 10 ALO 8.4.2-1: Define the term Distemper ALO 8.4.2-2: Recall the various Ingredients of Distemper

Session 5

Building Material and Construction – Session 5
Session Topics : 14
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 14
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Forms of Iron 41 ALO 9.1.1-1: Recall the following terms related to Forms of Iron:
i. Pig Iron
ii. Cast Iron
iii. Wrought Iron
Types of Steel 19 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall the following types of Steel: i. Low carbon steel
ii. Medium carbon steel
iii. High carbon steel
Alloy of Steel 16 ALO 9.1.3-1: Recall the following Alloy of Steel:
i. Stainless steel
ii. Invar steel
iii. Manganese steel
Defects in steel 8 ALO 9.2.1-1: Recall the following Defects in Steel:
i. Cavity Holes
ii. Segregation
iii. Cold shortness
iv. Red shortness
Introduction to aluminimum 8 ALO 9.2.2-1: Recall the Manufacturing of Aluminium
5 ALO 9.2.2-2: Recall the Properties of Aluminium
7 ALO 9.2.2-3: List various uses of Aluminium
Gypsum 14 ALO 10.1.1-1: Define the term Gypsum ALO 10.1.1-2: Recall the Composition of Gypsum
16 ALO 10.1.1-3: List various uses of Gypsum ALO 10.1.1-4: Recall the Properties of Gypsum
Plaster of Paris 20 ALO 10.1.2-1: Define the term Plaster of Paris ALO 10.1.2-2: Recall the Formation of Plaster of Paris ALO 10.1.2-3: Recall the Properties and Uses of Plaster of Paris
Heat Insulating Materials 21 ALO 10.1.3-1: Recall the Properties of Heat Insulating Materials ALO 10.1.3-2: List and recall different Insulating Materials
Sound Absorbent Materials 15 ALO 10.1.4-1: Recall the Properties of Sound Absorbent Materials ALO 10.1.4-2: List various uses of Sound absorbent Materials
Plastics 49 ALO 10.2.1-1: Define the term Polymerization ALO 10.2.1-2: Classify Plastic ALO 10.2.1-3: Recall the Properties of Plastic ALO 10.2.1-4: Recall the uses of Plastic
Glass and its types 47 ALO 10.2.2-1: Recall the Composition of Glass ALO 10.2.2-2: Recall the Properties of Glass ALO 10.2.2-3: List various type of Glass
Asphalt 22 ALO 10.3.1-1: Define and Classify the term Asphalt ALO 10.3.1-2: Recall the Properties of Asphalt ALO 10.3.1-3: List and recall the uses of Asphalt
Bitumen 13 ALO 10.3.2-1: Define the term Bitumen ALO 10.3.2-2: Recall the forms of Bitumen
Tar 13 ALO 10.3.4-1: Define the term Tar ALO 10.3.4-2: Recall the types of Tar ALO 10.3.4-3: Recall the comparison between Asphalt, Bitumen, and Tar

Session 6

Building Material and Construction – Session 6
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Types of Building 47 ALO 11.1.1-1: Recall the following types of Building: i. Group A  ii. Group B iii. Group C iv. Group D v. Group E  vi. Group F vii. Group G  viii. Group H ix. Group I
Components of Building 21 ALO 11.1.2-1: Recall the Basic functional requirements of a Building
21 ALO 11.1.2-2: Recall the following Components of a Building:
i. Foundation ii. Plinth
iii. Super-structure
Structure System of Building 21 ALO 11.1.3-1: Recall the following Structure of a Building:
i. Load Bearing structure
ii. Framed structure
iii. Composite structure
Foundation and its Purpose 31 ALO 11.2.1-1: Define the term Foundation ALO 11.2.1-2: Recall the Purpose of Foundation
7 ALO 11.2.1-3: Recall the Depth of Foundation
48 ALO 11.2.1-4: Recall the Bearing capacity of a Soil
Shallow Foundation 53 ALO 11.2.2-1: Define the following types of Shallow Foundation:
i.  Footings ii. Raft/Mat Foundation
iii. Grillage Foundation
Deep Foundation 66 ALO 11.2.3-1: Classify the Piles based on:
i. Function ii. Material and Composition
21 ALO 11.2.3-2: Recall the Well Foundation/Caisson

Session 7

Building Material and Construction – Session 7
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 8
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Stone Masonry 34 ALO 12.1.1-1: Define the term Masonry ALO 12.1.1-2: Recall the following terms related to Masonry: i.  Course
ii. Header iii. Stretcher
iv. Quoins
v. Face and Back
vi. Queen closer and King closer
vii. Bat
Classification of Stone Masonry 38 ALO 12.1.2-1: Recall the following types of Stone Masonry:
i. Rubble Masonry
ii. Ashlar Masonry
Joints in Stone Masonry 25 ALO 12.1.3-1: Recall the following Joints in Stone Masonry:
i. Butt Joint
ii. Lapped Joint
iii. Grooved Joint
iv. Cramped Joint
v. Dowel Joint
Introduction to Brick Masonry 11 ALO 12.2.1-1: Define the term Brick Masonry
7 ALO 12.2.1-2: Recall the following terms related to Brick Masonry:
i. Course
ii. Header
iii. Stretcher iv. Quoins
v. Face and Back
vi. Queen closer and King closer vii. Bat
Types of Bonds 69 ALO 12.2.2-1: Recall the following types of Bond:
i. Stretcher Bond
ii. Header Bond
iii. English Bond
iv. Flemish Bond
v. Raking Bond
vi. Zig-Zag Bond
vii. Garden Wall Bond
16 ALO 12.2.2-2: Differentiate between Stone Masonry and Brick Masonry
Composite Masonry 19 ALO 12.2.3-1: Recall the following Composite Masonry:
i. Brick Stone Composite Masonry ii. Concrete Masonry
iii. Reinforced Brick Masonry

Session 8

Building Material and Construction – Session 8
Session Topics : 16
Active Learning Outcomes : 21
Summary Quiz : 16
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction of Doors 5 ALO 13.1.1-1: Define the term Door
5 ALO 13.1.1-2: Explain the Locations of Door
13 ALO 13.1.1-3: Describe the Size of Door
Door Frames 10 ALO 13.1.2-1: Define key terms related to Doors such as Frame, Shutter, Horn etc.
6 ALO 13.1.2-2: List and recall types of Door Frames
Classification of Doors 30 ALO 13.1.3-1: Classify the Doors on the basis of following parameters such as Arrangement of Components, Method/manner of construction, Working Operations etc.
Introduction of Windows 6 ALO 13.2.1-1: Define the term Window ALO 13.2.1-2: Describe the Locations of a Window
Types of Windows 14 ALO 13.2.2-1: List and recall types of Windows such as Casement window, Sliding window, Louvered window, Corner window
Basics of Arches 6 ALO 14.1.1-1: Define the term Arch
9 ALO 14.1.1-2: Recall the following terms related to Arch:
i. Intrados
ii. Extrados
iii. Skewback
iv. Springer
Classification of Arch-I 15 ALO 14.1.2-1: Recall the classification of Arch according to the Shape:
i. Flat arch
ii. Segmental arch
iii. Semi-circular arch iv. Semi-elliptical arch
v. Inverted arch
Classification of Arch-II 11 ALO 14.1.3-1: Recall the classification of Arch according to the number of centers: i. One-centred arch
ii. Two-centred arch iii. Three-centred arch iv. Four-centred arch
v. Five-centred arch
Classification of Arch-III 16 ALO 14.2.1-1: Recall the classification of Arch according to materials of construction: i. Stone arch ii .Brick arch
iii. Concrete arch
Stability of an Arch 19 ALO 14.2.2-1: Recall the Stability of an arch: i. Crushing of the masonry ii. Sliding of voussoir iii. Uneven settlement of abutment or pier
Lintel and its types 24 ALO 14.2.3-1: Define the term Lintel ALO 14.2.3-2: Recall the following types of Lintel:
i. Wood lintels ii. Stone lintels
iii. Brick lintels iv. RCC lintels
Basics of Floor 6 ALO 15.1.1-1: Recall the purpose of Floor
24 ALO 15.1.1-2: Recall the Component of Floor
Selection of Flooring materials 14 ALO 15.1.2-1: Recall the major considerations for the selection of flooring material such as initial cost, sound insulation, smoothness, etc
Materials for Flooring 35 ALO 15.2.1-1: Recall the materials that are required for Flooring such as mud flooring, brick flooring, and timber flooring, etc
Types of Upper Floor 16 ALO 15.2.2-1: Classify Upper floors such as Timber and Composite Floor
Composite Floor 19 ALO 15.2.3-1: Recall the composite floors such as jack arch floor, R.C.C floor, and filler joists floor, etc

Session 9

Building Material and Construction – Session 9
Session Topics : 17
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 17
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Roof 11 ALO 16.1.1-1: Define the term Roof
21 ALO 16.1.1-2: Recall the requirements of Roof
Classification of Roof 11 ALO 16.1.2-1: Classify Roof such as Pitched roof, Flat roof, and curved roof etc
21 ALO 16.1.2-2: Recall the basic elements of Pitched Roof
Types of Pitched Roofs 38 ALO 16.2.1-1: Recall the types of Pitched roofs such as Single, Double, and Trussed roof
Roof covering for Pitched Roof 27 ALO 16.2.2-1: Recall the Roof covering for Pitched roof such as thatch covering and tiles etc
Types of Flat Roofing 24 ALO 16.2.3-1: Recall the types of Flat roofing such as Mud-terrace roofing, Lime concrete terracing, etc
Basics of Stairs 25 ALO 17.1.1-1: Explain the following technical terms related to Stairs: i. Baluster ii. Going iii. Riser iv. Step v. Tread vi. Pitch
Types of Stairs 21 ALO 17.1.2-1: Recall the following Stairs: i. Straight stairs ii. Turning stairs iii. Circular stairs iv. Geometrical stairs
Escalators 5 ALO 17.1.3-1: Define the term Escalator
4 ALO 17.1.3-2: Recall the essential parts of Escalator ALO 17.1.3-3: Define the terms Speed and Slope for Escalator
2 ALO 17.1.3-4: List various advantages of Escalator
Stairs of different material 29 ALO 17.2.1-1: Recall the Stairs of different material: i. Stone stairs ii. Wooden stairs iii. Brick stairs iv. Metal stairs v. RCC stairs
Ramp 8 ALO 17.2.2-1: Recall the important features of the Ramp
Design of Stairs 13 ALO 17.2.3-1: Recall the following requirements of a good stair: i. Design layout ii. Width iii. Head room iv. Flight
Plastering 5 ALO 18.1.1-1: Define the term Plastering
4 ALO 18.1.1-2: List and recall the Objects of Plastering
3 ALO 18.1.1-3: Recall the requirements of good Plaster
Method of Plastering 25 ALO 18.1.2-1: Recall the methods of Plastering such as Lime plaster and Cement plaster
Defects in Plastering 8 ALO 18.1.3-1: Explain various Defect in Plastering such as Blistering, Cracking, Crazing, and Flaking etc
Introduction to Pointing 5 ALO 18.1.4-1: Define the term Pointing
7 ALO 18.1.4-2: Recall the method of Pointing
Introduction to Partition Wall 3 ALO 18.2.1-1: Define the term Partition Wall
3 ALO 18.2.1-2: Recall therequirements for Partition Wall
Classification of Partition Wall 11 ALO 18.2.2-1: Recall different Partition Wall such as  Brick partition, Concrete partition, and Timber partition

Session 1

RCC – Session 1
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Strength of Concrete 18 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define the term RCC.
16 ALO 1.1.1-2: Recall the following tests to determine the compressive strength:
i. Cube Test ii. Cylinder Test
11 ALO 1.1.1-3: Describe the Characteristics strength of Concrete along with its acceptance criteria.
13 ALO 1.1.1-4: Recall the Tensile strength of Concrete.
Concrete mix Design 27 ALO 1.1.2-1: Describe design procedure for Concrete mix design as per IS:10262 Standard.
Stress-Strain curve for Concrete 7 ALO 1.1.3-1: Recall the Stress-Strain curve for concrete.
8 ALO 1.1.3-2: Recall different Modulus of elasticities of concrete.
13 ALO 1.1.3-3: Store the significance of Creep in Concrete.
Types of Reinforcement 19 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall different grades of steel used in RCC.
5 ALO 1.2.1-2: List basic properties of Steel.
Types of Design Method 18 ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe the following methods of RCC members:
i. Working Stress method
ii. Ultimate Load method
iii. Limit State method
5 ALO 1.2.2-2: List the relevant IS codes used for design and analysis of RCC.
IS:456-2000 Recommendations 8 ALO 1.2.3-1: Describe the IS Guidelines for the following:
i. Size of Aggregates
ii. Use of water
iii. Concrete on Seawater
12 ALO 1.2.3-2: State the Stripping time for various types of formwork.

Session 2

RCC – Session 2
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 28
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Limit State and its Types 17 ALO 2.1.1-1: Define the following terms: i. Limit State
ii. Limit Load iii. Limit Analysis
8 ALO 2.1.1-2: List various types of Limit State used in Limit State Design.
19 ALO 2.1.1-3: Recall the basic assumptions of Limit State Design.
Limit State Characteristics Strength and Types of Failure 13 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the Characteristics Strength for the Limit State Design.
22 ALO 2.1.2-2: Describe the Partial Safety Factors for Load and Material.
7 ALO 2.1.2-3: Recall the types of Failure in Structure Design.
Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section 34 ALO 2.2.1-1: Recall the following Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section:
i. Strain analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section
ii. Stress analysis types of Sections
35 ALO 2.2.1-2: Recall the different types of Sections.
Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam Section 7 ALO 2.2.2-1: State the conditions in which Doubly Reinforced Beam is provided.
37 ALO 2.2.2-2: Describe the analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam.
Analysis of Flanged Beam Section 10 ALO 2.2.3-1: Define the term Flanged Beam.
9 ALO 2.2.3-2: Classify the Flanged Beam.
6 ALO 2.2.3-3: Recall the effective Width of the Beam.
47 ALO 2.2.3-4: Describe the Analysis of Flanged Beam.
Design for Shear Part-I 19 ALO 2.3.1-1: Recall the concept of Formation of Shear Cracks in Beam.
6 ALO 2.3.1-2: Recall the assumptions for the design of Shear Reinforcement.
17 ALO 2.3.1-3: List various types of Shear Reinforcement.
Design for Shear Part-II 6 ALO 2.3.2-1: Recall the concept of minimum Reinforcement in Shear.
29 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe the design of Beam for Shear Reinforcement.
Concept of Bond and Anchorage 27 ALO 2.3.3-1: Recall different types of Bonds in RCC. ALO 2.3.3-2: Describe the concept of development of Length
13 ALO 2.3.3-3: Recall the Mechanism of Bond Failure.
13 ALO 2.3.3-4: Recall the curtailment of Flexural Reinforcement.
10 ALO 2.3.3-5: Recall the Splicing of Reinforcement.
Concept of Torsion 6 ALO 2.3.4-1: Describe the concept of Torsion in the member made up of linearly elastic Homogeneous Material.
6 ALO 2.3.4-2: Recall the use of Torsion in RCC members in terms of Shear and Moment.
Limit States of Serviceability Conditions 15 ALO 2.4.1-1: Recall Deflection Control in the design of RCC members.
30 ALO 2.4.1-2: Describe the following types of deflection: i. Short term deflection ii. Long term deflection
5 ALO 2.4.1-3: Define Cracking and its control.

Session 3

RCC – Session 3
Session Topics : 3
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 3
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Section 5 ALO 3.1.1-1: Describe the Working stress method to design RCC members.
13 ALO 3.1.1-2: Recall the Permissible stresses in concrete and steel-reinforcement.
21 ALO 3.1.1-3: Describe the assumptions of the working stress method.
35 ALO 3.1.1-4: Recall the different types of section in RCC members.
Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam Section 7 ALO 3.1.2-1: State the conditions in which Doubly Reinforced Beam is provided.
33 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe the analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam by using Working Stress Design Method.
Analysis of Flanged Beam Section 3 ALO 3.1.3-1: Define the term Flanged Beam.
9 ALO 3.1.3-2: Classify the Flamed Beam.
11 ALO 3.1.3-3: Recall the effective Width of the Beam.
16 ALO 3.1.3-4: Describe the Analysis of Flanged Beam by using Working Stress Design Method.

Session 4

RCC – Session 4
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Types of RCC Columns 13 ALO 4.1.1-1: Classify Columns on the basis of the following: i. Slenderness Ratio
ii. Eccentricity
4 ALO 4.1.1-2: Describe the concept of Eccentricity in the Columns.
10 ALO 4.1.1-3: List various conditions of the effective span of the Column.
IS Codal provision for Columns 17 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall IS Codal Provision for the following:  i. Minimum Reinforcement ii. Maximum Reinforcement
iii. Minimum number of Bars
iv. Minimum Clear Cover
9 ALO 4.1.2-2: Describe IS guidelines for Lateral Reinforcement:
Design of Axially Loaded Short Columns 10 ALO 4.1.3-1: Recall assumptions for the design of axially loaded short columns.
12 ALO 4.1.3-2: Describe the Load carrying capacity of the Short Columns.
31 ALO 4.1.3-3: Recall the steps to design axially loaded short columns.
Design of Helically Reinforced Columns 15 ALO 4.1.4-1: Describe Helical Reinforcement in the Columns.
25 ALO 4.1.4-2: Recall steps to design Helically Reinforced Columns.
Types of Foundations 6 ALO 4.2.1-1: Define the following terms:
i. Footings ii. Foundations  iii. Allowable Bearing Capacity  iv. Safe Bearing Capacity
4 ALO 4.2.1-2: Recall the minimum depth criteria of the Foundation.
21 ALO 4.2.1-3: Describe the types of Foundations.
General Design requirements 30 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe general design requirements as per IS:456-2000 for the design of a Footing.
Design of Isolated Footing 30 ALO 4.2.3-1: Describe design procedure for Isolated Footing.
Design of Combined Footing 85 ALO 4.2.4-1: Describe the Design procedure for the following: i. Rectangular Combined Footing ii. Trapezoidal Combined Footing
Design of masnory wall fooing 20 ALO 4.2.5-1: Explain the design steps for Masonry Wall Footing.
Design of long column 9 ALO 4.3.1-1: Describe Load carrying capacity of the Long Columns.
10 ALO 4.3.1-2: Recall the steps to design Long Columns.
Desigm of eccentrically loaded colunm 14 ALO 4.3.2-1: Recall the modes of failure in Eccentric compression.
12 ALO 4.3.2-2: Describe the silent features of PM Interaction Curve.
6 ALO 4.3.2-3: Recall the steps to design Eccentrically Loaded Columns.

Session 5

RCC – Session 5
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of a Staircase 26 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall various components of a Staircase.
26 ALO 5.1.1-2: Classify Staircase.
IS Codal provision for a Staircase 10 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe guidelines for the provision of components of a Staircase as per IS: 456-2000
4 ALO 5.1.2-2: Recall the conditions for an effective span of a Staircase.
14 ALO 5.1.2-3: Describe the different loads on a Staircase.
Design of a Staircase 25 ALO 5.1.3-1: Recall the steps to design a Staircase.
Components of Flat Slabs 22 ALO 5.2.1-1: Describe different Components of Flat Slab along with their Function.
12 ALO 5.2.1-2: Describe the Moment calculation along with the Column strip and Middle strip in the following Panels: i. Interior Panel
ii. Exterior Panel
Design of Flat Slabs 13 ALO 5.2.2-1: Recall IS Guidelines for Flat Slab Reinforcement.
8 ALO 5.2.2-2: Recall the concept of Shear in Flat Slab.
5 ALO 5.2.2-3: Describe the Openings in Flat Slab.
38 ALO 5.2.2-4: Describe the steps to design the Flat Slab.
Features of Yield Line 5 ALO 6.1.1-1: Define the term Yield Line.
4 ALO 6.1.1-2: Recall the assumptions for Yield Line Theory.
8 ALO 6.1.1-3: Recall the development of Yield Line in Slabs.
2 ALO 6.1.1-4: Describe the Characteristics of Yield Lines.
Analysis of Yield Line in One-way Slab 8 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the Analysis methods of Yield Line.
28 ALO 6.1.2-2: Derive an expression for collapse load in a One -way slab.
Analysis of Yield Line in Two-way Slab 30 ALO 6.1.3-1: Derive an expression for Collapse load continuous on all sides in a Rectangular Two-way slab.
15 ALO 6.1.3-2: Derive an expression for Collapse load in Simply supported at 3 edges and free at 4 edge in a Rectangular Two-way Slab.
Analysis of Non-Rectangular Slabs 13 ALO 6.1.4-1: Derive an expression for Collapse load in Circular slab.
15 ALO 6.1.4-2: Derive an expression for Collapse load in Triangular slab.

Session 6

RCC – Session 6
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Prestressed Concrete 4 ALO 7.1.1-1: Describe the term Prestressed Concrete.
6 ALO 7.1.1-2: State advantage and limitations of Prestressed Concrete.
16 ALO 7.1.1-3: Describe different Prestressing systems.
17 ALO 7.1.1-4: Recall the following terms with their merits and demerits: i. Pre-Tensioned concrete
ii. Post-Tensioned concrete
Stress concept approach for analysis 36 ALO 7.1.2-1: Recall the analysis of Prestressed concrete member for the following: i. Concentric Tendons ii. Eccentric Tendons
3 ALO 7.1.2-2: Describe Cracking moment and Load factor against cracking.
3 ALO 7.1.2-3: Describe Stress analysis of members in various stages of Pre-stressing.
Load balancing concept approach for analysis 24 ALO 7.1.3-1: Describe the concept of Load balancing analysis of Prestressed concrete members.
C-line/P-line approach for analysis 4 ALO 7.1.4-1: Define the term Pressure Line.
16 ALO 7.1.4-2: Recall the analysis of members using the P-line/C-line approach.
Losses of Prestressed 75 ALO 7.2.1-1: Describe the following Losses of Prestressed concrete members: i. Short term Losses ii. Long term Losses
Design of Members 8 ALO 7.2.2-1: Define the term Kern Point.
5 ALO 7.2.2-2: Derive the expression for Cracking moment using Kern point.
18 ALO 7.2.2-3: Describe the design procedure for Prestressed concrete members.
Deflection of the Prestressed members 15 ALO 7.2.3-1: State the effect of Tendon profile on Deflection.
11 ALO 7.2.3-2: Describe the Deflection of members due to their Self-weight.
4 ALO 7.2.3-3: Recall the effect of shear in the Prestressed members.
End Blocks 7 ALO 7.2.4-1: Describe Stress distribution in the End Blocks.
8 ALO 7.2.4-2: Describe the following methods in detail: i. Magnel method ii. Guyon method
5 ALO 7.2.4-3: Recall the End zone Reinforcement.

Session 7

RCC – Session 7
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 18
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Design parameters of Beams 19 ALO 8.1.1-1: Recall the Effective Span of Beam.
5 ALO 8.1.1-2: Describe Permissible limit of Deflection for Beams as per IS : 456-2000
9 ALO 8.1.1-3: Recall the Criteria for Control of Deflection.
IS Codal provision for Beams 19 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall the Codal provision for the following Beam Parameters: i. Minimum Clear Cover
ii. Minimum Reinforcement iii. Maximum Reinforcement
iv. Side face Reinforcement
3 ALO 8.1.2-2: Describe the concept of Lateral Stability of a Beam.
Design of Singly Reinforced Beam 63 ALO 8.1.3-1: Recall the design procedure for Singly Reinforced Beam.
Design of Doubly Reinforced Beam 48 ALO 8.1.4-1: Recall the design procedure for Doubly Reinforced Beam.
Design of Flanged Beam 32 ALO 8.1.5-1: Recall the design procedure for Flanged Beam.
IS Codal provisions 17 ALO 8.2.1-1: Recall the effective span of the slab.
18 ALO 8.2.1-2: Describe the IS Codal provision for the following:
i. Minimum Reinforcement
ii. Maximum Reinforcement
iii. Maximum Spacing iv. Maximum Diameter of Reinforcement v. Minimum Clear Cover
Design of One-way Slab 45 ALO 8.2.2-1: Recall the design procedure for One-way Slab.
Design of Two-way Slab 14 ALO 8.2.3-1: Describe Rankine’s Grashoff Theory.
21 ALO 8.2.3-2: Describe IS Codal method to design Two-way Slab.
60 ALO 8.2.3-3: Recall the design procedure for Two-way Slab.
Curved Beam in plan 26 ALO 8.3.1-1: Derive an expression for Circular beam loaded uniformly and supported on Symmetrically placed Columns.
12 ALO 8.3.1-2: Derive an expression for Semi-circular beam simply supported on three equally spaced supports.
Continuous Beam 6 ALO 8.3.2-1: Describe the Live arrangement in Continuous Beam.
6 ALO 8.3.2-2: Describe the Coefficient of Moments and Shear in Continuous Beam.

Session 8

RCC – Session 8
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 18
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Stability analysis of Retaining wall 4 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define the term Retaining wall.
13 ALO 9.1.1-2: Classify Retaining wall.
32 ALO 9.1.1-3: Recall the stability of the Retaining wall.
Design of Retaining wall 7 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall the general design requirements.
41 ALO 9.1.2-2: Describe the design procedure of Retaining wall.
Design requirements of Materials 10 ALO 9.2.1-1: Classify Water Tank
9 ALO 9.2.1-2: Recall the Permissible Stresses in Concrete:
i. For resistance to cracking
ii. For strength calculations
1 ALO 9.2.1-3: Recall the Permissible Stress in Steel.
4 ALO 9.2.1-4: Recall Stresses during Temperature change.
Components of a Water Tank 18 ALO 9.2.2-1: Classify Joints.
3 ALO 9.2.2-2: Describe Spacing of Joints.
19 ALO 9.2.2-3: Describe the following components of a Water Tank: i. Floors ii. Roofs
iii. Walls
5 ALO 9.2.2-4: Recall the Minimum Reinforcement in the Water Tank.
Analysis of members of Water Tank 9 ALO 9.2.3-1: Describe the analysis of members subjected to Axial tension only.
15 ALO 9.2.3-2: Describe the analysis of members subjected to Bending moment only.
15 ALO 9.2.3-3: Describe the analysis of members subjected to combined Axial, Tension, and Bending moment.
Design of Water Tanks 27 ALO 9.2.4-1: Describe the design procedure for Circular water tanks.
12 ALO 9.2.4-2: Describe the design procedure for Rectangular water tanks.

Session 1

Soil Mechanics – Session 1
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Soil Mechanics and Formation of Soil 10 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define the following terms: i. Soil Mechanics
ii. Soil Engineering
iii. Geotechnical Engineering
11 ALO 1.1.1-2: Describe the Origin of Soil and its Formation
17 ALO 1.1.1-3: Recall Scope & Limitation of Soil Engineering
9 ALO 1.1.1-4: Recall different types of Soil Deposits
Basic properties of soil 28 ALO 1.1.2-1: Recall the following Basic Properties of Soil:
i. Mass Density of Soil ii. Weight Density of Soil
iii. Specific Gravity of Soil
2 ALO 1.1.2-2: Differentiate between the Mass Density and Weight Density of Soil
Phase Properties of Soil (Part-I) 27 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall the Phase Properties of Soil:
i. Water Content of Soil
ii. Void Ratio of the Soil
iii. Porosity of the Soil
Phase Properties of Soil (Part-II) 14 ALO 1.2.2-1: Define the following Properties of Soil: i. Degree of Saturation
ii. Air Content of Soil iii. Percentage Air Void
Relation between Basic and Phase Properties of Soil 12 ALO 1.2.3-1: Describe the relationships between among of the following:
i. Degree of Saturation, Void Ratio, Water Content, and Specific Gravity
ii. Bulk Density, Void Ratio, and Specific Gravity
iii. Bulk Density, Dry Density, and Water Content
Determination of Specific Gravity and Water Content of Soil 13 ALO 1.3.1-1: Recall the Determination of Specific Gravity of Soil
30 ALO 1.3.1-2: Recall different Methods for Determination of Water Content of Soil
Determination of Density of Soil 27 ALO 1.3.2-1: Recall the determination of Density of Soil

Session 2

Soil Mechanics – Session 2
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Sieve Analysis 10 ALO 2.1.1-1: Explain the Sieve method of Analysis
19 ALO 2.1.1-2: Differentiate between the Dry Sieve Analysis and Wet Sieve Analysis
Sedimentation analysis 17 ALO 2.1.2-1: Explain the concept of Sedimentation Analysis
5 ALO 2.1.2-2: State Stoke’s Law and explain its Limitation
12 ALO 2.1.2-3: Explain the Pipette method of Analysis
16 ALO 2.1.2-4: Explain the Hydrometer method of Analysis
Distribution curve 6 ALO 2.1.3-1: Explain the Particle Size Distribution Curve: ALO 2.1.3-2: Define D10, D30, and D60
5 ALO 2.1.3-3: Define Well Graded, Poorly Graded, Uniformly Graded, and Gap Graded Soil
8 ALO 2.1.3-4: Explain Uniformity co-efficient and Co-efficient of Curvature
Consistency/Atterberg’s limits 25 ALO 2.2.1-1: Explain the Importance of Consistency/Atterberg’s Limits in Soil Engineering ALO 2.2.1-2: Explain the Liquid, Plastic and Shrinkage Limits of Soil
33 ALO 2.2.1-3: Explain and differentiate the Plasticity, Consistency, and Liquidity Index of the Soil ALO 2.2.1-4: Explain the Shrinkage Index of Soil
Methods for the Determination of Consistency Limits 27 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe the different methods for determination of Liquid Limits of Soil
5 ALO 2.2.2-2: Describe the method for determination of Plastic limits of soil
29 ALO 2.2.2-3: Describe the method for determination of Shrinkage Limits of Soil
Soil Structure 11 ALO 2.3.1-1: Explain Different types of Soil Structure ALO 2.3.1-2: Explain the Properties of Soil Structures
16 ALO 2.3.1-3: Describe the types of Soil in which these Structures are existed
Clay Minerals 8 ALO 2.3.2-1: Explain the Basic Structure and Minerals Unit
17 ALO 2.3.2-2: List various types of Clay Minerals and explain each of them ALO 2.3.2-3: Explain the Characteristics of Clay Minerals
Soil Classification on the basis of Plasticity chart 8 ALO 2.4.1-1: Explain the Particle Size classification
6 ALO 2.4.1-2: Explain the Unified Soil classification system (On the basis of Plasticity Chart)
15 ALO 2.4.1-3: Define Coarse-Grained Soils and Fine-Grained Soils
Indian standard classification 16 ALO 2.4.2-1: Explain the Indian Standard classification system of Soil
35 ALO 2.4.2-2: Explain the Total number of Groups Formation in this System
H.R.B and Textural classification 11 ALO 2.4.3-1: Explain the Highway Research Board (H.R.B) classification of Soil
8 ALO 2.4.3-2: Explain the Textural classification of Soil

Session 3

Soil Mechanics – Session 3
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Permeability and Darcy’s Law of Permeability 7 ALO 3.1.1-1: Define Permeability of Soil
4 ALO 3.1.1-2: Recall the Significance of Permeability
18 ALO 3.1.1-3: Describe the Darcy’s Law of Permeability
6 ALO 3.1.1-4: Recall the Validity of Darcy’s Law
31 ALO 3.1.1-5: Describe Factors affecting the Permeability of Soil
Determination of Permeability 9 ALO 3.1.2-1: Describe Methods of Determination of the Coefficient of Permeability ALO 3.1.2-2: Recall the Constant Head Permeability Test
7 ALO 3.1.2-3: Recall the Variable Head Permeability Test
36 ALO 3.1.2-4: Recall the Field Determination of Permeability
Average Permeability of Stratified soil deposite 7 ALO 3.2.1-1: Recall the Average Permeability when Flow is Parallel to the bedding plane
9 ALO 3.2.1-2: Recall the Average Permeability when Flow is Normal to the bedding plane
Types of Soil Moisture 14 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall the Soil Moisture ALO 3.2.2-2: List various types of Soil Moisture
Principle of Effective stress 8 ALO 3.2.3-1: Recall the Principle of Effective Stress
3 ALO 3.2.3-2: Recall the Physical Significance of Effective Stress
28 ALO 3.2.3-3: Describe the Effective Stress under Ordinary Condition
14 ALO 3.2.3-4: Describe Effective stress under Capillary Action
Seepage Pressure and its Significance 6 ALO 3.3.1-1: Define the term:
i. Seepage Pressure
ii. Seepage Force
3 ALO 3.3.1-2: Recall the Effect of Seepage Pressure on Effective Stress of Soil
11 ALO 3.3.1-3: Recall the concept of the following:
i. Quick Sand
ii. Critical Hydraulic Gradient
Hydro Piping Failure and formation of flow net 7 ALO 3.3.2-1: Recall the Piping Failure in Hydraulic Structure
5 ALO 3.3.2-2: Recall the concept of Flow Net Formation
13 ALO 3.3.2-3: Describe different Characteristics of Flow Net
4 ALO 3.3.2-4: List various applications of the Flow Net

Session 4

Soil Mechanics – Session 4
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 34
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Soil Compaction and Compaction Test (Part-I) 7 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define Soil Compaction
9 ALO 4.1.1-2:  Describe the Proctor’s Test of Soil Compaction
9 ALO 4.1.1-3: Recall the concept of O.M.C. and Zero Air Void Line
3 ALO 4.1.1-4: Describe the Modified Proctor’s Test of the Soil Compaction
Basics of Soil Compaction and Compaction Test (Part-II) 8 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall the Indian Standard Recommendation of Compaction
9 ALO 4.1.2-2: Describe the types of IS Compaction Tests
Factors affecting Compaction and Field Control of Compaction 33 ALO 4.1.3-1: Recall the Factors affecting the Soil Compaction
17 ALO 4.1.3-2:  Recall the Effect of Compaction on the Soil Properties
15 ALO 4.1.3-3: Describe the Field Control of the Compaction
Basics of Soil Consolidation and Stages of Consolidation (Part-I) 10 ALO 4.2.1-1: Define the term Soil Consolidation
3 ALO 4.2.1-2: Differentiate between Compaction and Consolidation
18 ALO 4.2.1-2: Describe the Stages of Consolidation
10 ALO 4.2.1-4: Recall:
i. Normally Consolidated Clay (NCC) ii. Over Consolidated Clay (OCC) iii. Over Consolidation Ratio (OCR)
Basics of Soil Consolidation and Stages of Consolidation (Part-II) 10 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe the e-log p Curve of Consolidation
21 ALO 4.2.2-2:  Recall various Consolidation Characteristics
15 ALO 4.2.2-3: Recall the concept of Settlement in the Soil
Terzaghi’s Theory and Consolidation Test 33 ALO 4.2.3-1:  Recall Terzaghi’s Theory of Consolidation
6 ALO 4.2.3-2: Describe various Consolidation Test
12 ALO 4.2.3-3: Describe the Determination of the Coefficient of Consolidation
Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-I) 6 ALO 4.3.1-1: Define Soil Stabilisation and its Properties
7 ALO 4.3.1-2: Recall the Mechanical Stabilisation of Soil
10 ALO 4.3.1-3: Recall the Factors that affect the Mechanical Stabilisation
2 ALO 4.3.1-4: Recall the Cement Stabilisation of Soil
7 ALO 4.3.1-5: Classify the Cement Stabilisation of Soil
5 ALO 4.3.1-6: Recall the Factors affecting the Cement Stabilisation
Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-II) 5 ALO 4.3.2-1: Recall the Lime Stabilisation of Soil
4 ALO 4.3.2-2: List various types of Lime Stabilisation
6 ALO 4.3.2-3: Recall the Bituminous Stabilisation of Soil ALO 4.3.2-4: Classify the Bituminous Stabilisation
4 ALO 4.3.2-5: Recall Factors that affect the Bituminous Stabilisation
8 ALO 4.3.2-6: Recall the Chemical Stabilisation of Soil ALO 4.3.2-7: List various types of Chemical Stabilisation
Methods of Soil Stabilisation (Part-III) 8 ALO 4.3.3-1: Recall:
i. Thermal Stabilisation of Soil
ii. Stabilisation by Grouting
5 ALO 4.3.3-2:  List various types of Grouting
3 ALO 4.3.3-3: Recall the Stabilisation by Geotextile
8 ALO 4.3.3-4: Classify the Geotextile

Session 5

Soil Mechanics – Session 5
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 35
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Shear Strength and concept of Mohr’s Circle 5 ALO 5.1.1-1: Define Shear Strength of Soil
7 ALO 5.1.1-2: Recall the Parameters of the Shear Strength
16 ALO 5.1.1-3: Describe the concept of Mohr’s Stress Circle
17 ALO 5.1.1-4: Recall the Mohr-Coulomb Theory
Shear Test-(Part-I) 7 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe the Direct Shear Test and its Limitations
7 ALO 5.1.2-2: Recall the Mohr’s Circle for Direct Shear Test
7 ALO 5.1.2-3: Describe the Tri-axial Compression Test
6 ALO 5.1.2-4: Recall the advantages and limitations of Tri-axial Compression Test
10 ALO 5.1.2-5: Recall the Relation between Principal Stresses at Failure
Shear Test-(Part-II) 13 ALO 5.1.3-1: Describe the Unconfined Compression Test
11 ALO 5.1.3-2: Describe the Vane Shear Test
Different Results for Shear Tests 7 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the Typical Stress-Strain Curves for different Soils
7 ALO 5.2.1-2: Describe the Consolidated Undrained and the Consolidated Drained Tests
7 ALO 5.2.1-3: Recall the terms Critical Void Ratio and Stress Path
6 ALO 5.2.1-4: Describe the Skempton’ s Pore Pressure Coefficients
11 ALO 5.2.1-5: Recall the Sensitivity and the Thixotropy
Vertical Stresses under various Loading Conditions 39 ALO 6.1.1-1: Recall the Vertical Stresses under various types of Load such as:
i. Point Load
ii. Line Load iii. Uniformly Loaded Circular Area
iv. Uniformly Loaded Rectangular Area
7 ALO 6.1.1-2: Recall Isobar Diagram and the Influence Diagram
Newmark’s Influence Chart 12 ALO 6.1.2-1: Recall the Newmark’s Influence Chart
3 ALO 6.1.2-2: Describe the Westergaard’s Equation
5 ALO 6.1.2-3: Recall the Contact Pressure Distribution
Introduction to Stability of Slopes 10 ALO 7.1.1-1: Recall Failure of the Slope
3 ALO 7.1.1-2: Recall assumptions of the Slope Analysis
6 ALO 7.1.1-3: List various types of Factor of Safety
7 ALO 7.1.1-4: Classify the Slope Failure
Stability Analysis of Infinite Slopes (Part-I) 22 ALO 7.1.2-1: Recall Stability Analysis of Infinite Slope for Cohesionless Soil: i. In Dry Soil Conditions ii. In Submerged Slope
iii. In Steady Seepage along the Slop
Stability Analysis of Infinite Slopes (Part-II) 16 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall Stability Analysis of Infinite Slope for Cohesive Soil: i. In Dry Soil Conditions
ii. In Submerged Slope iii. In Steady Seepage along the
Stability Analysis of Finite Slopes (Part-I) 7 ALO 7.2.1-1: Define Wedge Failure
11 ALO 7.2.1-2: Recall Φu = 0 Analysis
14 ALO 7.2.1-3:  Describe the Friction Circle Method for Analysis of Finite Slope
3 ALO 7.2.1-4: Recall Taylor’s Stability Number and its significance
Stability Analysis of Finite Slopes (Part-II) 16 ALO 7.2.2-1: Describe the Swedish Circle Method for Analysis of Finite Slope
4 ALO 7.2.2-2: Recall the Location of Most Critical Circle
11 ALO 7.2.2-3: Describe the Culmann’s Method for Stability Analysis of Homogeneous Finite Slope
Stability of Slopes under different Practical Conditions 23 ALO 7.2.3-1: Recall Stability of Finite Slopes under the following Conditions:  i. Steady Seepage Condition
ii. Sudden Drawdown Condition
iii. During Construction Condition

Session 6

Soil Mechanics – Session 6
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Earth Pressure Theory 10 ALO 8.1.1-1: Define the following terms:
i. Retaining Wall ii. Backfill iii. Wedge
16 ALO 8.1.1-2: Recall the Condition of Plastic Equation ALO 8.1.1-3: Classify Lateral Earth Pressure
15 ALO 8.1.1-4: Describe Earth Pressure at Rest
Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory (Part-I) 28 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall the Rankine’s Theory for Cohesionless Soil
12 ALO 8.1.2-2: Recall Effect of Surcharge on the Earth Pressure
15 ALO 8.1.2-3:  Recall Effect of various Backfills on the Earth Pressure
7 ALO 8.1.2-4:  Recall Effect of Inclined Backfill on the Earth Pressure
Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory (Part-II) 10 ALO 8.1.3-1: Recall Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory for the Cohesive Soil
13 ALO 8.1.3-2: Derive an expression for the Depth of Tensile Crack ALO 8.1.3-3: Derive an expression for Height of Unsupported Vertical cut
Coulomb’s Wedge Theory Method 9 ALO 8.2.1-1: Recall the assumptions of Coulomb Wedge Theory
23 ALO 8.2.1-2: Recall the Coulomb Wedge Theory for Cohesionless Soil
4 ALO 8.2.1-3: Recall the Coulomb Wedge Theory for Cohesive Soil
Culmann’s and Rebhann’s Method 11 ALO 8.2.2-1: Recall Culmann’s Theory for the Earth Pressure
7 ALO 8.2.2-2: Recall Rebhann’s Theory for the Earth Pressure

Session 7

Soil Mechanics – Session 7
Session Topics : 14
Active Learning Outcomes : 42
Summary Quiz : 14
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Machine Foundation 18 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define the following terms: i. Vibration
ii. Periodic Motion and Cycle
iii. Free and Forced Vibration iv. Frequency and Natural Frequency
v. Resonance and Damping
vi. Degree of Freedom
4 ALO 9.1.1-2: List various types of Machine Foundation
Criteria for Machine Foundation 8 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall the General Criteria for Machine Foundation
19 ALO 9.1.2-2: Derive an expression for Free Vibration Motion
10 ALO 9.1.2-3: Derive an expression for Forced Vibration Motion
Analysis of Machine Foundation 13 ALO 9.1.3-1: Recall the Vibration Analysis of Machine Foundation
5 ALO 9.1.3-2: Describe the determination of Natural Frequency
Introduction to Pile Foundation 6 ALO 10.1.1-1: Define the term Pile
7 ALO 10.1.1-2: Recall the necessity of the Pile Foundation
18 ALO 10.1.1-3: Classify the Pile
5 ALO 10.1.1-4: Describe the Driven cast-in-situ concrete Piles
Load Carrying Capacity of Piles 20 ALO 10.1.2-1:  Describe Static Methods for the following:
i. Driven Piles in Sand
ii. Driven Piles in Saturated Clay
iii. For Bored Piles
5 ALO 10.1.2-2:  Recall the concept of Negative Skin Friction
7 ALO 10.1.2-3: Describe Under-Reamed Piles in the Clay
6 ALO 10.1.2-4: Recall Dynamic Formula for the Driven Piles
Group Action of Piles 7 ALO 10.1.3-1: Recall the concept of Group Action of Piles
6 ALO 10.1.3-2: Recall the efficiency of the Group of Piles
9 ALO 10.1.3-3: Describe Pile-Groups in Sand, Gravels, and Clay
4 ALO 10.1.3-4: Recall Settlement of the Pile Group
3 ALO 10.1.3-5: Describe Sharing of Loads in the Pile Group
Foundation and its Basics 19 ALO 11.1.1-1: Recall the following terms: i. Foundation and Footing ii. Gross pressure intensity
iii. Net pressure intensity iv. Ultimate bearing capacity v. Net ultimate bearing capacity
vi. Net safe bearing capacity
vii. Safe bearing capacity
10 ALO 11.1.1-2: Recall the types of Shear Failure
Terzaghi’s Theory of Bearing Capacity 23 ALO 11.1.2-1: Recall the assumptions of Terzaghi’s Theory of Bearing Capacity ALO 11.1.2-2: Recall Terzaghi’s Theory of Bearing Capacity
9 ALO 11.1.2-3: Describe the Bearing Capacity for different types of Shallow Foundation
10 ALO 11.1.2-4: Recall the Factors affecting the bearing capacity of Shallow foundation
Plate Load Test 18 ALO 11.2.1-1: Describe the Procedure of Plate Load Test
4 ALO 11.2.1-2: Recall the Limitations of the Plate Load Test
Basics of Sub-Surface Exploration 7 ALO 12.1.1-1: Define Sub-Surface Exploration ALO 12.1.1-2: Recall the Purpose and Need of Sub-Surface Exploration.
6 ALO 12.1.1-3: List various Stages of Sub-Surface Exploration
5 ALO 12.1.1-4: Describe the Depth Criteria of Sub-Surface Exploration
Methods of Exploration 7 ALO 12.1.2-1: Describe Open Excavation Methods of Exploration
18 ALO 12.1.2-2: Recall different types of Boring for Exploration
Types of Soil Samplers and their Uses 7 ALO 12.1.3-1: Classify the Soil Samples
8 ALO 12.1.3-2: Recall the Design Features of affecting the Sample Distribution
17 ALO 12.1.3-3: Describe the following types of Samplers:
i. Split Spoon Sampler ii. Scraper Bucket Sampler
iii. Shell by Tubes and Thin-Walled Samplers iv. Piston Sampler
v. Hand Carved Sampler
Field Tests and Methods For Site Investigation 24 ALO 12.2.1-1: Describe the following Field Tests:
i. Standard Penetration Test ii. Cone Penetration Test
iii. In-situ Test using Pressure Meter
12 ALO 12.2.1-2: Recall the Geo-Physical Method ALO 12.2.1-3: Recall the Seismic Method
5 ALO 12.2.1-4: Recall the Electrical Resistivity Methods
5 ALO 12.2.1-5: Recall the Process of Measurement of Ground Water Level
Ground Improvement Techniques 23 ALO 12.2.2-1:  Describe the Methods of Improvement of Cohesive Soil
19 ALO 12.2.2-2: Describe the Improvement of Cohesionless Soil
11 ALO 12.2.2-3: Recall General Methods of the Ground Improvement

Session 1

Surveying – Session 1
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~2 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Classification and Principle of Surveying 14 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define the term Surveying ALO 1.1.1-2: Recall the Primary Division of Surveying
28 ALO 1.1.1-3: Classify Surveying on the basis of the following: i. Nature of Field Survey
ii. Object of Survey
iii. Instrument Used ALO 1.1.1-4: Recall the Principle of Surveying
Scales and its types 14 ALO 1.1.2-1: Define the following terms:
i. Plan
ii. Map iii. Scale
7 ALO 1.1.2-2: List various Scales used in the Surveying
3 ALO 1.1.2-3: Describe Errors due to the wrong Scales
Duties of Surveyor 8 ALO 1.1.3-1: Recall The fieldwork of the Surveyor
10 ALO 1.1.3-2:  Recall Office work of the Surveyor ALO 1.1.3-3:  Describe care and adjustment of the Instrument
Types and Sources of Errors 5 ALO 1.2.1-1: Define the following Terms: i. Precision
ii. Accuracy
iii. Errors
9 ALO 1.2.1-2: Differentiate between Precision and Accuracy ALO 1.2.1-3: List various types of Error
4 ALO 1.2.1-4: Recall different Sources of Errors
Theory of Probability 5 ALO 1.2.2-1:  Define Probability Curve
5 ALO 1.2.2-2:  Recall the following terms:
i. Principle of Least Square
ii. Most Probable Value
iii. Most Probable Error
8 ALO 1.2.2-3:  Describe Errors in the computed Results

Session 2

Surveying – Session 2
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 32
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Different Instruments for Chaining (Part-I) 20 ALO 2.1.1-1: Recall different Methods for the Linear Measurements
14 ALO 2.1.1-2: Define Chain Surveying ALO 2.1.1-3: Describe different types of Chains used for the Surveying
8 ALO 2.1.1-4: Describe different types of Measuring Tapes used in the Surveying
Different Instruments for Chaining (Part-II) 2 ALO 2.1.2-1: List various types of accessories used in the Chain Survey
17 ALO 2.1.2-2: Recall the Functions of the following: i. Arrows and Pegs
ii. Ranging Rods
iii. Offset Rod
6 ALO 2.1.2-3: Recall different Minor Instruments used in the Surveying
Ranging 4 ALO 2.1.3-1: Define the term Ranging
18 ALO 2.1.3-2: Describe the methods of Ranging out Survey Lines:
i. Direct Ranging
ii. Indirect Ranging
Measurement of Length 11 ALO 2.1.4-1: Recall the procedure to Measure the Length with the help of Tape/Chain
13 ALO 2.1.4-2: Describe the Errors due to Incorrect Chain
13 ALO 2.1.4-3: Describe the Methods of Measurement of Length on Uneven/Sloping Ground
Errors in Chaining and various Corrections 32 ALO 2.1.5-1: Recall Errors in Chaining and various Corrections ALO 2.1.5-2: Classify Errors in Chaining
23 ALO 2.1.5-3: Classify the Corrections
Bearing and Angles 6 ALO 2.2.1-1: Define Traverse Survey
9 ALO 2.2.1-2: Define Bearing and classify it
10 ALO 2.2.1-3: Recall the Designation of Bearing
13 ALO 2.2.1-4: Describe the Conversion of Bearing from one System to another
Calculation of Angles and Bearing 6 ALO 2.2.2-1: Define the Following term: i. Fore Bearing
ii. Back Bearing
12 ALO 2.2.2-2: Describe the relationship between Fore Bearing and Back Bearing
20 ALO 2.2.2-3:  Calculate:
i. Angles from the given Bearing
ii. Bearing from the given Angles
Types of Compass 29 ALO 2.2.3-1: Recall the Functions and Working of the following:
i. Prismatic Compass
ii. Surveyor’s Compass
22 ALO 2.2.3-2: Describe the Adjustment of Prismatic Compass and Surveyor’s Compass
6 ALO 2.2.3-3: Differentiate between the Prismatic Compass and Surveyor’s Compass
Declination and Local Attraction 6 ALO 2.2.4-1: Recall the Magnetic Declination
11 ALO 2.2.4-2: Classify the Variations in Declination
26 ALO 2.2.4-3: Define Local Attraction and its Detection
Chain Triangulation 7 ALO 2.3.1-1: Define the following Terms: i. Chain Triangulation
ii. Survey Station
5 ALO 2.3.1-2: Classify the Survey Lines
4 ALO 2.3.1-3: Recall the Conditions to be fulfilled by the Survey Stations
5 ALO 2.3.1-4: Describe the Procedure of Locating Offsets
Field Work and Instrument used in TriangulatioN 18 ALO 2.3.2-1: Describe the Steps to Perform Fieldwork of the Chain Surveying
19 ALO 2.3.2-2: Recall the Functions of the following:
i. Cross Staff
ii. Prism Square iii. Optical Square

Session 3

Surveying – Session 3
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Components of Theodolite 6 ALO 3.1.1-1: Define and classify Theodolite
16 ALO 3.1.1-2: Recall the essential components of Theodolite and their Functions
8 ALO 3.1.1-3: Define the following terms: i. The Vertical Axis and Horizontal Axis ii. Line-of-Sight and Centering iii. Axis of Level Tube iv. Transiting and Swinging the Theodolite
v. Face-Left and Face-Right Observations
Measurements of Horizontal and Vertical Angles 18 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall the Temporary Adjustment
28 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe the Measurement of Horizontal Angle by:
i. General Procedure ii. Repetition Method iii. Reiteration Method
5 ALO 3.1.2-3: Describe the Measurement of Vertical Angles
Miscellaneous Operations with Theodolite 6 ALO 3.1.3-1: Recall the Measurement of Magnetic Bearing of Line
10 ALO 3.1.3-2: Recall the Measurement of Deflection Angle
4 ALO 3.1.3-3: Describe the Location of Point of Intersection of two Straight Lines
Sources of Error in Theodolite Work 8 ALO 3.1.4-1: Recall different types of Instrumental Errors
4 ALO 3.1.4-2: Classify the Personal Errors in Theodolite Work
2 ALO 3.1.4-3: Describe the Sources of Natural Errors
Methods of Traversing 6 ALO 3.2.1-1: Define and classify Traversing
7 ALO 3.2.1-2: Describe the following Traversing methods:
i. Chain Traversing
ii. Chain and Compass Traversing
25 ALO 3.2.1-3: Describe the Traversing by: i. Fast Needle Method
ii. Measurement of Angles between Lines
Checks in Traverse and Traverse Computation 13 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe the Check for Angular work: i. In closed Traverse
ii. In Open Traverse
10 ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe the Consecutive Co-ordinate and their Sign Conventions
16 ALO 3.2.2-3: Define the Closing Error and its Computation
5 ALO 3.2.2-4: Recall the Adjustment of Angular Error and Bearings
Balancing the Traverse 16 ALO 3.2.3-1: Describe the common methods of Adjusting a Traverse: i. Bowditch’s Method
ii. Transit Method iii. Graphical Method iv. Axis Method
Principle of EDM 16 ALO 3.3.1-1: Define Electro-Magnetic Distance Measurement (EDM) ALO 3.3.1-2: Recall the Principle of Electro-Magnetic Distance Measurement (EDM)
9 ALO 3.3.1-3: Recall the concept of Modulation
Types of EDM Instruments 17 ALO 3.3.2-1: Recall the working Principle of the following Instruments: i. Microwave Instrument ii. Visible Light Instrument
iii. Infra-Red Instrument
Electronic Theodolite 6 ALO 3.3.3-1: Define Electronic Theodolite
14 ALO 3.3.3-2: Describe the working of following:
i. Wild T-1000 Theomat
ii. Wild T-2000 Theomat iii. Wild T-20005 Theomat

Session 4

Surveying – Session 4
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 26
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to contouring 7 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define the following terms: i. Contour
ii. Contour Internal
iii. Horizontal Equivalent
8 ALO 4.1.1-2: Recall the Factors affecting the Contour Interval
12 ALO 4.1.1-3: Describe the Characteristics of Contour
Methods of Locating contours 9 ALO 4.1.2-1:  Describe the Direct methods of Locating Contour by Vertical control and Horizontal Control
7 ALO 4.1.2-2: Recall the Indirect Methods by:
i. Squares
ii. Cross-sections
Uses of contour maps 14 ALO 4.1.3-1: Define Contour Gradient ALO 4.1.3-2: Explain with sketches, the uses of Contour Maps
Instruments used in Plane Table Survey 21 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall the function of the following Instruments:
i. Plane Table
ii. Alidade and its types iii. Plumbing Fork and Plumb Bob iv. Spirit Level
v. Compass
Working Operation in Plane Table Survey 9 ALO 4.2.2-1:  Describe the following Operations of Plane Table Survey:
i. Levelling the Table
ii. Centering the Table iii. Orientation of Table
11 ALO 4.2.2-2: Recall different Methods of Orientation of the Plane Table
Methods of Plane Table Surveying Part-I 9 ALO 4.2.3-1:  Recall the Radiation method of Plane Table Surveying
10 ALO 4.2.3-2: Describe the Intersection Method of Plane Table Surveying
7 ALO 4.2.3-3: Recall Traversing method used in Plane Table Surveying
Methods of Plane Table Surveying Part-II 6 ALO 4.2.4-1: Define Resection Method used in Plane Table Surveying
21 ALO 4.2.4-2: Classify the methods of Orientation of Plane Table in Resection
Errors in plane table survey 7 ALO 4.2.5-1: Classify the Errors in Plane Tabling
6 ALO 4.2.5-2: List various Advantages and Disadvantages of Plane Tabling
General methods of determing areas 9 ALO 4.3.1-1: Determine Area by Sub-division into Triangles
20 ALO 4.3.1-2: Determine the Area from offset to a Base Line by using: i. Mid-ordinate Rule ii. Average-ordinate Rule
iii. Trapezoidal Rule
iv. Simpson’s One-Third Rule
Area by Planimeter 7 ALO 4.3.2-1: Recall the Working of Planimeter
8 ALO 4.3.2-2:  Derive an expression for determine Area using Planimeter
2 ALO 4.3.2-3: Define Planimeter Constant
Determination of volume 19 ALO 4.3.3-1: Derive an expression for Prismoidal Formula
3 ALO 4.3.3-2: Derive an expression for Trapezoidal Formula
2 ALO 4.3.3-3: Recall the concept of Prismoidal Correction
Volume calculation from contour plans 13 ALO 4.3.4-1: Recall different methods for the Calculation of Volume from Contour Plans
2 ALO 4.3.4-2: Recall the determination of Capacity of Reservoir

Session 5

Surveying – Session 5
Session Topics : 14
Active Learning Outcomes : 32
Summary Quiz : 14
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to levelling 16 ALO 5.1.1-1: Define the following terms:
i. Levelling
ii. Level Surface and Level Line
iii. Horizontal Plane and Horizontal Line
iv. Datum and Elevation
v. Mean Sea Level and Bench Mark
5 ALO 5.1.1-2: Recall the methods of Levelling
Levelling instruments 16 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe various types of Levels used in the Levelling
6 ALO 5.1.2-2: Recall types of Levelling Staffs used in the Levelling
10 ALO 5.1.2-3: Recall Temporary Adjustments of the Levelling
Theory of direct levelling 13 ALO 5.1.3-1: Define and classify Direct Levelling
13 ALO 5.1.3-2: Define the following terms:
i. Station
ii. Height of Instrument
iii. Back-sight and Fore-sight iv. Intermediate Station
v. Turning Point
Calculation of reduced level 8 ALO 5.2.1-1:  Recall Steps followed in Levelling
19 ALO 5.2.1-2: Describe the following methods of computing the Levels: i. Height of Instrument or Collimation method
ii. Rise and Fall method
3 ALO 5.2.1-3: Compare Collimation method with Rise and Fall Method
Balancing and corrections 9 ALO 5.2.2-1: Recall Balancing of Back-sights and Fore-sights
3 ALO 5.2.2-2: Recall Balancing of Sight on a Slope
14 ALO 5.2.2-3: Describe the effect of Curvature and Refraction on Levelling
Types of levelling 29 ALO 5.2.3-1: Recall following types of Levelling: i. Simple Levelling
ii. Differential Levelling
iii. Profile Levelling
iv. Cross-section Levelling
v. Reciprocal Levelling
vi. Hypsometry Levelling
Sensitiveness of bubble tube 8 ALO 5.2.4-1: Describe the Functions of Level Tube
16 ALO 5.2.4-2: Describe the Sensitiveness of Level Tube
Stadia Method of Tacheometry 6 ALO 6.1.1-1: Define Tachometer
4 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe different Systems of Tacheometric Measurement
12 ALO 6.1.1-3: Recall the Principle of the Stadia Method
Distance and Elevation formulae for Staff 23 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the Distance and Elevation Formulae for Staff Vertical-Inclined Sight with respect to the Ground surface
13 ALO 6.1.2-2: Describe the Distance and Elevation Formulae for Staff Normal to Inclined Sight
Concept of Anallactic Lens 30 ALO 6.1.3-1: Define Anallactic Lens ALO 6.1.3-2: Describe the following terms:
i. Additive Constant
ii. Multiplying Constant
Principle of Subtense Method 15 ALO 6.2.1-1: Recall the Principle of Subtense Method
4 ALO 6.2.1-2: Define Subtense Diaphragm
4 ALO 6.2.1-3: Recall the Horizontal Subtense Measurement
4 ALO 6.2.1-4: Recall the Effect of Angular Error on the Horizontal distance
Stadia Field Work 7 ALO 6.2.2-1: Describe the General Arrangement of Field Work
5 ALO 6.2.2-2: Recall the Tacheometric Observations
Tangential Method 17 ALO 6.3.1-1: Derive the expressions for Horizontal and Vertical Distance when: i. Both angles are at an angle of Elevation
ii. Both angles are at an angle of Depression
iii. One angle is at elevation and the other is at depression
3 ALO 6.3.1-2: Recall the Effect of Angular Error on Tangential Measurement
Errors in Tacheometry 9 ALO 6.3.2-1: Classify the Errors in Tacheometry
12 ALO 6.3.2-2: Describe the Effect of Error in Stadia Tacheometry due to Manipulation and Sighting

Session 6

Surveying – Session 6
Session Topics : 15
Active Learning Outcomes : 37
Summary Quiz : 15
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Simple Curve 6 ALO 7.1.1-1: Classify Curves
12 ALO 7.1.1-2: Define the following terms: i. Back and Forward Tangent
ii. Point of Intersection iii. Point of Curve
iv. Point of Tangency
v. Intersection angle and Deflection angle
vi. Tangent distance and External distance
Designation of Simple Curves 11 ALO 7.1.2-1: Describe the Curve Designation
10 ALO 7.1.2-2: Recall the Elements of Simple Curve
Linear Methods of Setting out Simple Curves 29 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall Linear methods of Setting out Simple Curves:
i. By Ordinates from Long Chord
ii. By Bisection of Arc
iii. By Offsets from Tangent iv. By Offsets from Chord Produced
Instrumental Method of Setting out Simple Curves 8 ALO 7.1.4-1:  Recall the Rankine’s Method of Deflection Angle
4 ALO 7.1.4-2: Recall the Two Theodolite Method
4 ALO 7.1.4-3:  Recall the Tacheometer Method
Compound curve 13 ALO 7.2.1-1: Recall the Elements of Compound Curve
19 ALO 7.2.1-2: Describe the relationship between Parts of Compound Curve
3 ALO 7.2.1-3: Recall the Process of Setting Out the Compound Curve
Reverse curve 14 ALO 7.2.2-1: Recall the Elements of Reverse Curve
11 ALO 7.2.2-2: Describe the Relationship between Parts of Reverse Curve
Photo Theodolite 11 ALO 8.1.1-1: Recall the Basic Principle of Photo Theodolite
7 ALO 8.1.1-1: Describe the working of Photo Theodolite
16 ALO 8.1.1-3: Define the following terms: i. Camera Axis and Picture Plane
ii. Principle Point and Nodal Point
iii. Focal Length and Focal Plane iv. Fiducial Mark and Axis
v. Film Base
Different Operations in Terrestrial Camera 16 ALO 8.1.2-1: Describe the following:
i. Determination of Horizontal and Vertical Angle ii. Determination of Horizontal Position of a Point iii. Determination of Focal Length of Lens
9 ALO 8.1.2-2: Recall the Elevation of Point by Photographic Measurement
Aerial Camera 32 ALO 8.2.1-1: Recall the Components of Aerial Camera
Scale of Vertical Photograph 9 ALO 8.2.2-1: Derive an expression for Scale of Vertical Photograph
9 ALO 8.2.2-2: Define the following terms:
i. Datum Scale ii. Average Scale
Vertical Photograph 11 ALO 8.2.3-1: Compute the Length of Line between Point of Different Elevations
7 ALO 8.2.3-2: Determine Height of Lens for a Vertical Photograph
Tilted Photograph 13 ALO 8.2.4-1: Describe the concept of Scale of a Tilted Photograph
5 ALO 8.2.4-2:  Derive the expression for Length calculation of a Line between two points using Tilted Photograph ALO 8.2.4-3:  Determine the Flying Height for a Tilted Photograph.
4 ALO 8.2.4-4: Recall the concept of Tilt Distortion ALO 8.2.4-5: Recall the concept of Relief displacement on a Tilted Photograph
Flight Planning 8 ALO 8.2.5-1: Recall the concept of Flight Planning
5 ALO 8.2.5-2: Describe the Effective coverage of Photograph
6 ALO 8.2.5-3: Derive an expression for the Determination of Number of Photographs
3 ALO 8.2.5-4: Define the following terms: i. Crab
ii. Drift
19 ALO 8.2.5-5: Describe the Radial Line Methods of Plotting
Concept of Stereoscopic Vision 9 ALO 8.3.1-1: Define the following terms:
i. Depth Perception ii. Angle of Parallax
iii. Stereoscopic Fusion
iv. Parallax Difference
4 ALO 8.3.1-2: Classify the Clue to Depth Perception
4 ALO 8.3.1-3: Describe the Purpose of Stereoscope and its types
Analysis of Parallax 7 ALO 8.3.2-1: Recall Algebraic definition of Parallax
16 ALO 8.3.2-2: Describe Parallax equations for the determination of Elevation and Ground Co-ordinates
4 ALO 8.3.2-3: Describe the difference in Elevation by the Stereoscopic Parallax

Session 7

Surveying – Session 7
Session Topics : 17
Active Learning Outcomes : 34
Summary Quiz : 17
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Theory of Errors 22 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define the following terms: i. Independent and Conditioned Quality ii. Direct and Indirect Observations iii. Weight of Observations
iv. Observed value of a Quality
v. True Value of a Quality
vi. Most Probable Value
vii. True and Most Probable Errors
viii. Observation Equation
Principle of Least Square 21 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall the Principle of Least Square
12 ALO 9.1.2-2: Describe the Laws of Weights
Determination of Probable Error 5 ALO 9.1.3-1: Recall the Direct observations of equal weight on a Single unknown Quantity
7 ALO 9.1.3-2: Recall the concept of Direct observations of unequal weight on a Single Unknown Quantity
Determination of Most Probable Values 5 ALO 9.2.1-1: Define Normal Equation
7 ALO 9.2.1-2: Describe the methods of Determination of Most Probable Values
Triangular Adjustments 12 ALO 9.2.2-1: Recall following types of Triangular Adjustments:
i. Station Adjustment ii. Angle Adjustment
iii. Figure Adjustment
Adjustments of Various Figures 26 ALO 9.2.3-1: Recall the Adjustments of various Figures:
i. Two Connected Triangle ii. Quadrilaterals Triangle
Basic of Astronomy 38 ALO 10.1.1-1: Define the following Astronomical terms: i. The Celestial Sphere and Celestial Horizon
ii. Zenith and Nadir iii. Terrestrial Poles and Equator
iv. Celestial Poles and Equator
v. The Sensible and Visible Horizon
vi. Latitude and Co-Latitude
vii. Longitude and Altitude
Co-ordinate Systems 28 ALO 10.1.2-1: Describe the Position of a Celestial body by:
i. The Horizon System
ii. The Independent Equatorial System
iii. The Dependent Equatorial System
iv. The Celestial Latitude and Longitude Systems
3 ALO 10.1.2-2: Define the term Nautical mile
Spherical Trigonometry 6 ALO 10.1.3-1: Define the term Spherical Triangle
16 ALO 10.1.3-2: Recall the Properties and Formulae for Spherical Triangle
11 ALO 10.1.3-3: Describe the Napier’s Rule of Circular Part
Astronomical Triangles 22 ALO 10.1.4-1:  Describe the following terms:
i. Stars at Elongation ii. Stars at Prime Vertical iii. Stars at Horizon
iv. Stars at Culmination ALO 10.1.4-2: Define Circumpolar Star
Relationship between Co-ordinates 6 ALO 10.1.5-1: Describe the relation between Altitude of Pole and Latitude of Observer
7 ALO 10.1.5-2: Recall the relation between Latitude of Observer & Declination and altitude of Point on Meridian
5 ALO 10.1.5-3: Describe the relation between Right Ascension and Hour Angle
Measurement of Time 19 ALO 10.2.1-1:  Recall the Earth’s Orbital Motion Round the Sun
9 ALO 10.2.1-2: Recall the Units of Time
3 ALO 10.2.1-3: Describe the Equation of Time
Time Conversion 12 ALO 10.2.2-1: Recall the Inter Conversion of Local Time to Standard Time
5 ALO 10.2.2-2: Recall the Inter Conversion of  Mean-Time Interval to Side Real-Time Interval
5 ALO 10.2.2-3: Recall the Inter Conversion of GST at GMM to LST at LMM
2 ALO 10.2.2-4: Recall the Inter Conversion of Local Mean- Time to Side Real-Time
Corrections 25 ALO 10.3.1-1: Recall Instrumental and Astronomical Corrections to the Observed Altitude and Azimuth
14 ALO 10.3.1-2: Recall the various Observations of Time for Star/Sun
6 ALO 10.3.1-3: Describe Time of Rising of Setting of a Heavenly body
4 ALO 10.3.1-4: Describe the concept of Sun Dials
4 ALO 10.3.1-5: Recall the concept of Calendar
Determination of Azimuth 21 ALO 10.3.2-1: Describe the following Principal Methods of Azimuth determination: i. By Observations on the Stars at equal Altitudes
ii. By Observation on a Circumpolar Star at Elongation iii. By Hour Angle of Star/Sun
iv. By Observation of Polaris
v. By Ex-meridian observations on Sun/Star
Determination of Latitudes 24 ALO 10.3.3-1: Describe the following Methods of determination of Latitudes: i. By Meridian Altitude of Sun/Star
ii. By Zenith Pair Observation of Stars
iii. By Meridian Altitude of Star at Lower and Upper Culmination
iv. By Prime Vertical Transit
Determination of Longitudes 8 ALO 10.3.4-1: Describe the following methods of Determination of Longitudes: i. By Transportation of Chronometers ii. By Electrical Telegraph iii. By Wireless Signal

Session 8

Surveying – Session 8
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Principle of Remote Sensing 7 ALO 11.1.1-1: Define and classify Remote Sensing
10 ALO 11.1.1-2: Recall the Idealized Remote Sensing System
4 ALO 11.1.1-3:  Describe the Principle of Remote Sensing
EM Radiation and the Atmosphere 11 ALO 11.1.2-1: Define and classify Scattering
6 ALO 11.1.2-2: Describe the Interaction of EM Radiation with Earth’s Surface
7 ALO 11.1.2-3: Recall the Remote Sensing Observing Platforms
Application of Remote Sensing 4 ALO 11.1.3-1: Define and classify Sensor
7 ALO 11.1.3-2: Recall the application of Remote Sensing
Geographical Information System (GIS) 8 ALO 11.2.1-1: List various components of GIS
9 ALO 11.2.1-2: Describe various GIS data types
4 ALO 11.2.1-3: Recall the applications of GIS
Global Positioning System (GPS) 10 ALO 11.2.2-1: List various components of GPS
3 ALO 11.2.2-2: Recall the working principle of GPS
3 ALO 11.2.2-3: Recall various applications of GPS
Determination of Reduced Level of a Point Part-I 5 ALO 12.1.1-1:  Define Trigonometric Levelling
15 ALO 12.1.1-2: Derive an expression for determination of Elevation of the given object When the base of the object is Accessible
Determination of Reduced Level of a Point Part-II 17 ALO 12.1.2-1:  Recall the determination of R.L of a point when the base of the object is Inaccessible under the following conditions:
i. Instrument Axes at the same level
ii. Instrument Axes at Different level iii. Instrument Axes at very Different level
6 ALO 12.1.2-2: Recall the determination of R.L of a point when the base of the object is Inaccessible when the Instrument Station is not in the Same Vertical Plane as the Elevated object
Determination of Height of Elevated Object 21 ALO 12.1.3-1: Recall determination of Height of an Elevated object above ground when it’s base and top is visible but not accessible under the following conditions: i. Base Line Horizontal and in Line with the Object ii. Base Line Horizontal but not in Line with the Object
Concept of Terrestrial Refraction 23 ALO 12.1.4-1: Recall the concept of Terrestrial Refraction ALO 12.1.4-2: Describe the Correction of Refraction and Curvature
18 ALO 12.1.4-3: Derive an expression for the axis signal correction
17 ALO 12.1.4-4: Derive an expression for the determination of the difference in Elevation by:
i. Single Observation
ii. Reciprocal Observation

Session 1

Strength of Material – Session 1
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of SOM 7 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define Strength of Material
26 ALO 1.1.1-2: Explain various types of assumptions in Strength of Material
9 ALO 1.1.1-3: Differentiate between Mechanics and Strength of Materials
Load and its types 95 ALO 1.1.2-1: Define load and explain various types of load
Stress and its types 25 ALO 1.2.1-1: Explain the basic concept of Stress
21 ALO 1.2.1-2: Classify the Stress and explain each of them
5 ALO 1.2.1-3: Calculate the Stress of the bar
5 ALO 1.2.1-4: State Principal of St. Venant’s
Strain and its types 3 ALO 1.2.2-1: Define Strain
39 ALO 1.2.2-2: List and explain various types of strain
7 ALO 1.2.2-3: Calculate the Strain of the bar
Hooke’s Law and Stress-Strain Curve 7 ALO 1.2.3-1: State Hooke’s Law
19 ALO 1.2.3-2: Explain the behavior of the Stress-strain curve
4 ALO 1.2.3-3: Define Proof Stress
Deformation in various Section of the body 7 ALO 1.3.1-1: Describe and calculate the deformation due to Axial Load-in Prismatic Body
6 ALO 1.3.1-2:  Describe and calculate the deformations due to Axial Load in Tapered Cylinder
10 ALO 1.3.1-3: Describe and calculate the deformation due to Axial Load in Tapered Rectangular
Principle of Superposition 43 ALO 1.3.2-1: Explain the concept of the principle of superposition
Deformation due to self-weight of body 25 ALO 1.3.3-1: Describe and calculate the deformation due to the Self-Weight of the body
22 ALO 1.3.3-2: Explain the Bar in Parallel

Session 2

Strength of Material – Session 2
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 15
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Elastic Constants 19 ALO 1.4.1-1:  Explain the Volumetric Strain due to three Mutually Perpendicular Stresses
12 ALO 1.4.1-2: Explain the following term: Modulus of Elasticity, Modulus of Rigidity, Bulk Modulus, and Poisson’s Ratio
40 ALO 1.4.1-3: Describe the relation between the elastic constants
Thermal Stresses 15 ALO 1.4.2-1: Explain the concept of thermal stresses and strains when the body is free to move
15 ALO 1.4.2-2: Describe the thermal stresses when the body is constrained to move
5 ALO 1.4.2-3: Describe the thermal stresses in a tapered cylindrical bar
10 ALO 1.4.2-4: Describe the thermal stresses in a composite bar
Strain Energy 4 ALO 1.4.3-1: Explain the concept of Strain Energy
20 ALO 1.4.3-2: Define Resilience, Proof Resilience, and, Modulus of Resilience
6 ALO 1.4.3-3: Define Toughness and Modulus of Toughness
12 ALO 1.4.3-4: Explain the relation between Impact load and Gradual load
Mechanical properties of materials and Factor of Safety 31 ALO 1.5.1-2: List and explain Mechanical properties of materials
13 ALO 1.5.1-2 Define True Stress and True Strain
6 ALO 1.5.1-3: Explain the Factor of Safety and Permissible Stress
5 ALO 1.5.1-4: Explain the Stress-Strain curve of ideal materials

Session 3

Strength of Material – Session 3
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 7
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Types of Load, Beam, and Support 49 ALO 2.1.1-1: Define and classify the following terms:
i. Beam
ii. Load  iii. Support
Concepts of Shear Force and Bending Moment 14 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the Sign Convention of Shear Force and Bending Moment
10 ALO 2.1.2-2: Recall the Relation between Shear Force, Bending Moment, and Load
9 ALO 2.1.2-3: Describe the procedure for drawing Shear Force and Bending Moment diagram
S.F.D & B.M.D for Cantilever Beam 73 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe and calculate the Shear Force and Bending Moment for a Cantilever Beam
S.F.D & B.M.D for Simply Supported Beam 68 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe and calculate Shear Force and Bending Moment for a Simply Supported Beam
S.F.D and B.M.D for Overhanging Beam and calculation of Point of Contraflexure 17 ALO 2.3.1-1: Describe Shear force and Bending Moment For an Overhanging Beam and calculation of Point of Contraflexure

Session 4

Strength of Material – Session 4
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 27
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Bending Stresses and its formula 5 ALO 3.1.1-1: Explain the concept of Bending
5 ALO 3.1.1-2: Define Simple Bending and Pure Bending
7 ALO 3.1.1-3: Explain the assumption made in the Theory of Simple Bending
10 ALO 3.1.1-4: Derive an expression for Bending Stresses
Neutral Axis and Moment of Resistance 6 ALO 3.1.2-1: Explain the Neutral Axis
13 ALO 3.1.2-2: Define Moment of Resistance
Section Modulus for Symmertric Section 2 ALO 3.2.1-1: Define Section Modulus
8 ALO 3.2.1-2: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for Rectangular and Hollow rectangular Section
6 ALO 3.2.1-3: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for Circular and Hollow circular Section
10 ALO 3.2.1-4: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for Square Section
Section Modulus for Unsymmertric Section 6 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for Triangular Section
18 ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for I (symmetrical and unsymmetrical) section
12 ALO 3.2.2-3: Describe and calculate Section Modulus for T-Section
Bending Stresses in Symmetrical Section 15 ALO 3.3.1-1: Describe and calculate the Bending Stresses in Rectangular Section
7 ALO 3.3.1-2: Describe and calculate the Bending Stresses in Circular Section
5 ALO 3.3.1-3: Describe and calculate the Bending Stresses in Square Section
Bending Stresses in Unsymmetric Section 11 ALO 3.3.2-1: Describe and calculate Bending Stress in Triangular Section
10 ALO 3.3.2-2: Describe and calculate Bending Stresses in I (symmetrical and unsymmetrical) section
8 ALO 3.3.2-3: Describe and calculate Bending Stresses in T-section
Comparison of Beam and Beam of uniform strength 10 ALO 3.4.1-1: Explain Comparison between Rectangular Beam
3 ALO 3.4.1-2: Explain Comparison between Square Beams
14 ALO 3.4.1-3: Explain Comparison between Rectangular and circular Beams
16 ALO 3.4.1-4: Explain the concept of Beam of Uniform Strength
Eccentric loading of a Section 21 ALO 3.4.2-1: Explain the phenomena of Eccentric Loading on the Cross-section of the Beam
8 ALO 3.4.2-2: Explain the Middle One-Third Rule for Rectangular Section
13 ALO 3.4.2-3: Explain the Middle One-Fourth Rule for Circular Section
Composite Beam 35 ALO 3.5.1-1: Explain the concept of Composite Beams/Flitched Beam

Session 5

Strength of Material – Session 5
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Torsion Equation 8 ALO 4.1.1-1: Explain the concept of Torsion
8 ALO 4.1.1-2: Explain the assumptions in Torsion Theory
18 ALO 4.1.1-3: Describe the Torsion Equation for Circular Shafts
Polar Moment of Inertia and Polar Modulus of Section 5 ALO 4.1.2-1: Explain Polar Moment of Inertia
8 ALO 4.1.2-2: Explain Polar Modulus of section
Torsion in Solid and Hollow circular Shaft 7 ALO 4.1.3-1: Describe and calculate Maximum Shear Stress and Torque for Solid Circular shaft
11 ALO 4.1.3-2: Describe and calculate Maximum Shear Stress and Torque for Hollow Circular shaft
Power transmiited by Shaft and Torsional Stiffness 7 ALO 4.2.1-1: Explain and calculate Power transmitted by Shafts
10 ALO 4.2.1-2: Define Torsional Stiffness and Torsional Rigidity
Combined Bending and Torsion of circular Shafts 13 ALO 4.2.2 -1: Explain the Significance of Strain Energy in Torsion
8 ALO 4.2.2-2: Describe the phenomena of Torsion in Series and Parallel
18 ALO 4.2.2-3: Calculate the Equivalent Bending Moment and Equivalent Torque
Comparison between Solid and Hollow Shaft 7 ALO 4.2.3-1: Explain the Design of Shaft
17 ALO 4.2.3-2: Calculate the Strength of the Shafts for Equal Weight and Equal Size
9 ALO 4.2.3-3: Explain the Sign Convention of Twisting Moment
Introduction to Shear Stress 3 ALO 5.1.1-1: Explain the variation of Shear Stress in the Beams
16 ALO 5.1.1-2: List various assumptions that are taken in the analysis of Shear Stress in the Beams
Shear Stress Variation in Rectangular and Circular Section 15 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for the Rectangular Section
13 ALO 5.1.2-2: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for the Circular Section
Shear Stress Variation in Triangular and Square Section 18 ALO 5.1.3-1: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for the Triangular Section
21 ALO 5.1.3-2: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for the Square Section
Shear Stress Variation in I – Section and T – Section 19 ALO 5.2.1-1: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for I-section
13 ALO 5.2.1-2: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for T-Section
7 ALO 5.2.1-3: Describe and calculate the Shear Stress Distribution for Channel-Section
9 ALO 5.2.1-4: Explain the concept of Shear Center

Session 6

Strength of Material – Session 6
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Slope and Deflection 12 ALO 6.1.1-1: Explain the concept of Slope and Deflection
11 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe the Differential Equation for the Slope and Deflection of the Beam
5 ALO 6.1.1-3: List various methods to find out the Slope and Deflection
Double Integration method for Cantilever Beam 31 ALO 6.1.2-1: Explain the Double Integration Method to find out the of Slop and Deflection for Cantilever Beam under various loading conditions
i. Pont Load  ii. Uniformly Distributed Load  iii. Uniformly Varying Load  iv. Couple at the free End
Double Integration method for Simply Supported Beam 59 ALO 6.1.3-1: Explain the Double Integration Method to find out the Slope and Deflection for Simply Supported Beam Under various Loading conditions
i. Point Load  ii. Uniformly Distributed load  iii. Uniformly Varying Load  iv. Couple at the Free End
Macaulay’s method for cantilever and Simply Supported Beam 46 ALO 6.2.1-1: Explain Macaulay’s Method to find out the of Slope and Deflection for different loading conditions
Moment Area Method for Cantilever Beam 55 ALO 6.3.1-1: Explain the Moment Area Method to find out the Slope and Deflection for Cantilever Beam under various Loading conditions
i. Point Load  ii. Uniformly Distributed load  iii. Uniformly Varying Load  iv. Couple at the free End
Moment Area Method for Simply Supported Beam 15 ALO 6.3.2-1: Explain Moment Area Method to find out the of Slope and Deflection for Simply Beam under various loading conditions
i. Point Load  ii. Uniformly Distributed load  iii. Couple at the Support
Strain Energy Method for Cantilever Beam and Simply Supported Beam 23 ALO 6.4.1-1: Explain the Strain Energy Method to find out the Slope and Deflection for different loading conditions
16 ALO 6.4.1-2: State and prove Castigliano’s first Theorem

Session 7

Strength of Material – Session 7
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to State of Stress 29 ALO 7.1.1-1: Recall the concept of Critical Point and Critical Section
7 ALO 7.1.1-2: Recall the condition of Plane Stress
19 ALO 7.1.1-3: Recall the Matrix of Stress Tensor
13 ALO 7.1.1-1: Define Principal Stress and Principal Plane
Principle Stresses 7 ALO 7.1.2-2: Recall the Plane of Maximum Shear Stress
29 ALO 7.1.2-3: Recall the concept of Pure Shear Stress Plane
Uni-axial and Biaxial Stresses 25 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall and calculate the Stresses developed due to Direct Stress or Uniaxial Stress condition
14 ALO 7.1.3-2: Recall and calculate the Stresses developed due to Biaxial with Zero Shear Stress condition
Pure Stress 18 ALO 7.1.4-1: Recall and calculates the Stresses developed due to Pure shear stress condition
6 ALO 7.1.4-2: Recall and calculate the Stresses developed due to Biaxial with Shear Stress condition
Stresses and its planes 11 ALO 7.2.1-1: Recall Sum of Normal Stress on Two Mutually Perpendicular Planes
8 ALO 7.2.1-2: Describe and calculate Principal Stresses and its Planes
12 ALO 7.2.1-3: Describe and calculate Maximum Shear Stresses and their Planes
9 ALO 7.2.1-4: Describe and calculate Normal Stress on the Plane of Maximum Shear Stress
Mohr’s Circle for Stresses 11 ALO 7.2.2-1: Recall the concept of Mohr’s Circle
80 ALO 7.2.2-2: Draw the Mohr’s Circle for the following State of Stress
i. For Uni-axial Stress
ii. For Bi-axial with Zero Shear Stress  iii. For Pure Shear Stress  iv. For Bi-axial with Shear Stress
State of Strain and Strain Tensor 11 ALO 7.3.1-1: Recall State of Strain and Strain Tensor
3 ALO 7.3.1-2: Recall and calculate the Normal Strain in Oblique Planes
6 ALO 7.3.1-3: Explain and calculate the Shear Strains in Oblique Planes
4 ALO 7.3.1-4: Determine the Principal Strain and its Planes
7 ALO 7.3.1-5: Determine Maximum Shear Strain and its Planes
Strain Rosettes 9 ALO 7.3.2-1: Determine the relation between Principal Stresses and Principal Strains
13 ALO 7.3.2-2: Recall the concept of Strain Rosettes
Starin Energy 5 ALO 7.3.3-1: Recall and calculate the Strain Energy in Three-Dimensional Stress System
3 ALO 7.3.3-2: Recall and calculate the Shear Strain Energy in Three-Dimensional Stress System

Session 8

Strength of Material – Session 8
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Column and modes of failure 6 ALO 8.1.1-1: Define the term Column, Strut, and Tie
5 ALO 8.1.1-2: Explain the Failure Modes of Column
9 ALO 8.1.1-3: Differentiate between the Buckling and Crushing Load of Failure
Euler’s Theory of Column 2 ALO 8.1.2-1: Explain Euler’s Theory of Column
8 ALO 8.1.2-2: Describe and calculate the Euler’s formula for Crippling Load when both ends Hinged
10 ALO 8.1.2-3: Describe and calculate the Euler’s formula for Crippling Load when one end is fixed and the other Hinged
Effective length of a Column and Slenderness ratio 10 ALO 8.2.1-1: Explain the Effective Length of a Column
14 ALO 8.2.1-2: Define Slenderness Ratio of a Column
7 ALO 8.2.1-3: Explain the assumptions and limitations of Euler’s Theory
Rankine Formula 10 ALO 8.2.2-1: Explain the Rankine formula for Crippling Load
Introduction to Thin cylinder 2 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define Pressure Vessel
2 ALO 9.1.1-2: List various types of Pressure Vessels
11 ALO 9.1.1-3: Classify Stresses in Pressure Vessels
Thin Cylindrical shell subjected to internal pressure 14 ALO 9.1.2-1: Describe the Circumferential and Longitudinal Stresses for Thin Cylindrical Shell subjected to an Internal Pressure
12 ALO 9.1.2-2: Explain the Maximum Shear Stress in Thin Cylindrical Shell
Volumetric Strain of thin cylindrical shell 12 ALO 9.1.3-1: Describe Circumferential and Longitudinal Strain for Thin Cylindrical Shell subjected to an Internal Pressure
4 ALO 9.1.3-2: Explain Volumetric Strain of Thin Cylindrical Shell
Thin Spherical shells subjected to internal pressure 12 ALO 9.1.4-1: Explain the phenomena of Thin Spherical Shell
6 ALO 9.1.4-2: Explain The Volumetric Strain in a Thin Spherical Shell
9 ALO 9.1.4-3: Explain the Stresses in Hemispherical Portion of the Shell
Stresses in a Thick Cylindrical shell and Thick Spherical shell 37 ALO 9.2.1-1: Describe Lame’s Equation to find out Stresses in Thick Cylinder and assumptions made in Lame’s Theory
8 ALO 9.2.1-2: Describe Lame’s Equation to find out the Stresses in Thick Spherical Shell

Session 1

Fluid Mechanics – Session 1
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 34
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basics of Fluid Mechanics 7 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define Fluid Mechanics
10 ALO 1.1.1-2: Define Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics
3 ALO 1.1.1-3: Explain the basic concept of Fluid
Types of Fluid 15 ALO 1.1.2-1: List various types of Fluids ALO 1.1.2-2: Define and differentiate between the Ideal and Practical Fluids ALO 1.1.2-3: Define and differentiate between the Compressible and Incompressible Fluids
18 ALO 1.1.2-4: Define and differentiate between the Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids
Properties of Fluids 17 ALO 1.1.3-1: List various Properties of Fluids ALO 1.1.3-2: Define Density or Mass Density
5 ALO 1.1.3-3: Define Specific Weight or Weight Density
5 ALO 1.1.3-4: Define Specific Volume and Specific Gravity
17 ALO 1.1.3-5: Explain Viscosity and its types ALO 1.1.3-6: State Newton’s Law of Viscosity
20 ALO 1.1.3-7: Explain the concept of Surface Tension and Capillary
Pascal’s law and Pressure Variation 3 ALO 1.2.1-1: Define Pressure and explain the Pressure Intensity at a point in a Fluid
1 ALO 1.2.1-2: State Pascal’s Law
2 ALO 1.2.1-3: Explain Pressure Variation in a Fluid at Rest
9 ALO 1.2.1-4: Explain Hydrostatic Law
6 ALO 1.2.1-5: Define Absolute, Gauge, Atmospheric, and Vacuum Pressures
Simple Manometers 3 ALO 1.2.2-1: Define and classify Manometers
3 ALO 1.2.2-2: Define Piezometer ALO 1.2.2-3: Explain the Simple U-tube Manometer
15 ALO 1.2.2-4: Define and Classify Mechanical Gauges ALO 1.2.2-5: Differentiate between the Manometers and Mechanical Gauges
Single Column Manometers 5 ALO 1.2.3-1: Define and classify Single Column Manometers ALO 1.2.3-2: Explain the Vertical Single Column Manometers
6 ALO 1.2.3-3: Inclined Single Column Manometers
Differential Manometers 2 ALO 1.2.4-1: Differentiate between the Simple and Differential Manometer
9 ALO 1.2.4-2: Explain the U-tube Differential Manometers
6 ALO 1.2.4-3: Explain the Inverted U-tube Differential Manometers ALO1.2.4-4: Differentiate between the U-tube Differential and Inverted U-tube Differential Manometers
Hydrostatic forces and Centre of Pressure 9 ALO 1.3.1-1: Define Rigid Body Forces
5 ALO 1.3.1-2: Explain the Hydrostatic Forces
4 ALO 1.3.1-3: Explain the Centre of Pressure and Total Pressure
Hydrostatic forces on Plane surface 6 ALO 1.3.2-1: Describe the Hydrostatic Forces on the Plane Vertical Surfaces
6 ALO 1.3.2-2: Describe the Hydrostatic Forces on the Inclined Plane Surfaces ALO 1.3.2-3: Describe the Hydrostatic Forces on the Horizontal Plane Surfaces
Hydrostatic forces on Curved surface 9 ALO 1.3.3-1: Describe the Hydrostatic Forces on the Curved Surfaces
Buoyancy 4 ALO 1.4.1-1: Define Buoyancy and Buoyant Force ALO 1.4.1-2: State Archimedes’ Principle
4 ALO 1.4.1-3: Explain the Condition for Equilibrium
2 ALO 1.4.1-4: List and explain types of Equilibrium
4 ALO 1.4.1-5: Describe the concept of Stability for Immersed and Floating Bodies
Metacentric Height 7 ALO 1.4.2-1: Explain the concept of Metacentric Height

Session 2

Fluid Mechanics – Session 2
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 23
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Lagrangian and Eulerian Approach 5 ALO 2.1.1-1: Explain the Lagrangian and Eulerian Approaches
2 ALO 2.1.1-2: Explain the basic concept of Fluid Continuum
Types of Fluid Flow 6 ALO 2.1.2-1: List various Types of Kinematics Fluid and differentiate between them
3 ALO 2.1.2-2: Define Steady and Unsteady Flow
3 ALO 2.1.2-3: Define Uniform and Non-Uniform Flow
3 ALO 2.1.2-4: Define Rotational and Irrotational Flow
9 ALO 2.1.2-5: Define Laminar and Turbulent Flow
3 ALO 2.1.2-6: Define Compressible and Incompressible Flow
Types of Flow Lines 8 ALO 2.1.3-1: Explain Pathline, Streamline, and Streakline Flow ALO 2.1.3-2: Differentiate between Pathline, Streamline, and Streakline Flow
6 ALO 2.1.3-3: Explain the Differential Equation of Streamline
Continuity Equation 26 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe the Continuity Equation
13 ALO 2.2.1-2: Explain the Continuity Equation in Multi-Dimensional Flow ALO 2.2.1-3: Calculate the Discharge through the Continuity Equation
Fluid Acceleration 19 ALO 2.2.2-1: Define Convective, Local, and Normal Acceleration
24 ALO 2.2.2-2: Differentiate between Convective, Local, and Normal Acceleration
4 ALO 2.2.2-3: Define and differentiate between Tangential and Centripetal Acceleration
Angular Deformation and Rotation 17 ALO 2.2.3-1: Explain Angular Deformation and Rotation
5 ALO 2.2.3-2: Explain Angular Velocity ALO 2.2.3-3: Differentiate between Angular Deformation, Rotation, and Velocity
Circulation and Vorticity 18 ALO 2.3.1-1: Explain the concept of Circulation and Vorticity in Fluid Flow
11 ALO 2.3.1-2: Explain the Velocity Potential Function
Potential Function and Stream Function 27 ALO 2.3.2-1: Explain the Stream Function in Fluid Flow
11 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe the Relation between Equipotential Line and StreamLine
7 ALO 2.3.2-3: Explain the concept of Flow-net
5 ALO 2.3.2-4: State the Cauchy-Riemann Equation

Session 3

Fluid Mechanics – Session 3
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 18
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Various Forces acting on the Fluid elements 11 ALO 3.1.1-1: List and explain various Forces which are acting on the Fluid Elements
Bernoulli Equation and its limitation 40 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall the significance of Bernoulli Equation in Fluid Flow
Venturi Meter 65 ALO 3.2.1-1: Recall the Venturimeter ALO 3.2.1-2: Calculate the Discharge Rate and Velocity Flow of Venturimeter in different Conditions
Orifice Meter 7 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall the working phenomena of Orificemeter ALO 3.2.2-2: Determine the Discharge through Orificemeter
Pitot Tube and Flow nozzles 14 ALO 3.2.3-1: Recall the working phenomena of Pitot-tube ALO 3.2.3-2: Calculate the Discharge through the Pitot-tube
6 ALO 3.2.3-3: Recall the Flow Nozzle ALO 3.2.3-4: Calculate the Discharge Rate of Nozzle in different Condition
Weir and Notches 11 ALO 3.2.4-1: Recall Weir and Notches ALO 3.2.4-2: Classify Weir and Notches
24 ALO 3.2.4-3: Calculate the Discharge through the Weirs and Notches
Momentum Equation and its application 6 ALO 3.3.1-1: Recall the Momentum Equation and Impulse Momentum Equation
24 ALO 3.3.1-2: Describe the expression for the Force exerted by a Flowing Fluid on a Pipe bend
Free liquid Jets 11 ALO 3.3.2-1: Recall the phenomena of Free Liquid Jet and derive its Equation
12 ALO 3.3.2-2: Recall Time of Flight, Maximum Height and Horizontal Range of Jet ALO 3.3.2-3: Calculate Time of Flight, Maximum Height and Horizontal Range of Jet
Impact of jet on a fixed plates in different condition 5 ALO 3.4.1-1: Recall the phenomena of Impact of Jet
14 ALO 3.4.1-2: Describe and calculate the Force exerted by Jet on a Flat Fixed Plate
9 ALO 3.4.1-3: Describe and calculate the Force exerted by Jet on a Inclined Fixed Plate
9 ALO 3.4.1-4: Describe and calculate the Force exerted by Jet on a Curved Fixed Plate
Impact of jet on moving plate 12 ALO 3.4.2-1: Recall the phenomena of Impact of Jet on a Moving Plate ALO 3.4.2-2: Describe and calculate the Force exerted by Jet on a Flat Moving Plate
9 ALO 3.4.2-3: Describe and calculate the Force exerted by Jet on a Series of Flat vanes mounted on a Wheel

Session 4

Fluid Mechanics – Session 4
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~2 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Vortex Flow 20 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define and classify the Vortex Flow
7 ALO 4.1.1-2: Explain the Free Vortex Flow
7 ALO 4.1.1-3: Explain the Force Vortex Flow
Laminar Flow and Darcy weisbach equation 16 ALO 4.1.2-1: Define Laminar, Turbulent, and Internal Flow
4 ALO 4.1.2-2: Explain the Characteristics of Laminar flow
10 ALO 4.1.2-3: Describe Darcy Weisbach Equation for Laminar Flow
Laminar Equation through Circular pipes 27 ALO 4.2.1-1: Explain the Phenomena of Laminar Flow through Circular Pipes ALO 4.2.1-2: Calculate the Diameter and Velocity of the Flow in Circular Pipes
Hagen-Poiseuille Flow 7 ALO 4.2.2-1: Explain the concept of Hagen-Poiseuille Flow
4 ALO 4.2.2-2: Explain the function of Viscometer
4 ALO 4.2.2-3: Describe the Shear velocity in Laminar flow
Momentum and Kinetic Energy Correction Factor 3 ALO 4.2.3-1: Explain Kinetic Energy Correction Factor
4 ALO 4.2.3-2: Explain Momentum Correction Factor
Laminar flow through two fixed plates 6 ALO 4.3.1-1: Explain the Phenomena of Laminar Flow through two Fixed Plates
9 ALO 4.3.1-2: Describe the Velocity and Shear Stress distribution when Laminar Flow between two Parallel Fixed Plates

Session 5

Fluid Mechanics – Session 5
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Turbulent Flow 9 ALO 5.1.1-1: Explain the Characteristics of Turbulent Flow
21 ALO 5.1.1-2: Explain the Significance of Reynold’s Stress in Turbulent Flow
Prandle Mixing length theory 14 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe the Significance of Prandtl’s Mixing Length theory in the Turbulent Flow
Hydrodynamically Smooth and Rough boundaries 15 ALO 5.2.1-1: Describe the Velocity Distribution in Turbulent Flow in Pipes ALO 5.2.1-2: Define and differentiate between the Hydro-dynamically Smooth and Rough Boundaries
9 ALO 5.2.1-3: Describe the Velocity Distribution for the Turbulent Flow in Smooth Pipes and Rough Pipes
10 ALO 5.2.1-4: Explain the Friction Factor in Turbulent Flow
Major Energy Losses 6 ALO 6.1.1-1: Explain the Major Energy Losses in pipes
11 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe Darcy’s and Chezy’s equation
21 ALO 6.1.1-3: Calculate Loss of Head in the pipe by using Darcy’s and Chezy’s equation
Minor Energy Losses 21 ALO 6.1.2-1: List various types of Minor Energy Losses ALO 6.1.2-2: Describe and calculate Loss of Head due to Sudden Enlargement and Contraction
16 ALO 6.1.2-3: Describe and calculate Loss of Head at Entrance and Exit of a Pipe
12 ALO 6.1.2-4: Describe and calculate Loss of Head due to Obstruction in a Pipe and Bend in Pipe
Hydraulic gradient line and Total energy line 2 ALO 6.2.1-1: Explain the Hydraulic Gradient Line
29 ALO 6.2.1-2: Explain the Total Energy Line
Compound pipes 12 ALO 6.2.2-1: Describe the phenomena of Flow through Pipes in Series and Parallel
11 ALO 6.2.2-2: Explain the concept of Equivalent Pipe (Dupuits Equation)
13 ALO 6.2.2-3: Explain the concept of Multi-Reservoir System
10 ALO 6.2.2-4: Calculate the Power Transmission through Pipes
Siphon pipes and Water hammer 18 ALO 6.2.3-1: Explain the Flow-through Syphon Pipe
6 ALO 6.2.3-2: Explain the concept of Water hammer

Session 6

Fluid Mechanics – Session 6
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 19
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Boundary layer concept and its Characteristics 11 ALO 7.1.1-1: Explain the Boundary Layer concept
8 ALO 7.1.1-2: Explain the Laminar Boundary Layer, Turbulent Boundary Layer, and Laminar sub-Layer
Boundary layer thickness 8 ALO 7.1.2-1: Describe the Boundary Layer Thickness
18 ALO 7.1.2-2: Explain the Displacement Thickness, Momentum Thickness, and Energy Thickness
20 ALO 7.1.2-3: Define the Shape Factor ALO 7.1.2-4: Compute the Boundary Layer Thickness
Von-karman momentum integral equation 25 ALO 7.1.3-1: Describe the Momentum Integral Equation for the Boundary Layer (Von-Karman)
8 ALO 7.1.3-2: Explain the essential features of Blasius method of solving Laminar Boundary Layer Equations for a Flat Plate
Boundary layer seperation 8 ALO 7.2.1-1: Explain the phenomena of Separation of Boundary Layer
4 ALO 7.2.1-2: Explain the Effect of Pressure Gradient on Boundary Layer Separation
9 ALO 7.2.1-3: Explain the Methods of Preventing the Separation of Boundary Layer
Drag Forces 17 ALO 7.3.1-1: Explain the Drag Forces
2 ALO 7.3.1-2: List various types of Drag Forces
13 ALO 7.3.1-3: Describe the Local Drag Co-efficient
6 ALO 7.3.1-4: Explain the Drag Forces on Sphere and Cylinder ALO 7.3.1-5: Calculate the Drag Forces and Co-efficient of Drag
Lift Forces 10 ALO 7.3.2-1: Explain the Lift Forces
12 ALO 7.3.2-2: Describe the development of Lift on a Circular Cylinder
17 ALO 7.3.2-3: Describe the Lift Forces and Lift Coefficient for a Rotating Cylinder
1 ALO 7.3.2-4: Define Magnus Effect
11 ALO 7.3.2-5: Explain the Development of Lift on an Airfoil

Session 7

Fluid Mechanics – Session 7
Session Topics : 14
Active Learning Outcomes : 38
Summary Quiz : 14
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Dimensional Analysis 23 ALO 8.1.1-1: Explain the concept of Dimensional Analysis ALO 8.1.1-2: Define the Fundamental and Derived units
3 ALO 8.1.1-3: List uses of Dimensional Analysis
5 ALO 8.1.1-4: List advantages and limitations of Dimensional Analysis
Rayleigh’s Method 21 ALO 8.1.2-1: List the Methods of Dimensional Analysis ALO 8.1.2-2: Explain the Rayleigh’s Method for Dimensional Analysis
Buckingham’s Theorem 26 ALO 8.1.3-1: Explain the Buckingham’s Ï€ method for Dimensional Analysis
Forces acting on the fluid and Dimensionless number 11 ALO 8.2.1-1: List and define the various Forces acting on the Fluid Flow
3 ALO 8.2.1-2: Define the Dimensionless Number
5 ALO 8.2.1-3: Classify the Dimensionless Number ALO 8.2.1-4: Explain Reynold’s, Froude’s, Mach, Weber’s, and Euler’s Number
Model Analysis and Similitude 5 ALO 8.2.2-1: Define the Model Analysis
2 ALO 8.2.2-2: List various Advantages of Model Analysis
11 ALO 8.2.2-3: Explain the term Similitude ALO8.2.2-4: List and explain various Types of Similitudes
Model Laws 17 ALO 8.2.3-1: Explain the following Model Laws i. Reynold’s Model Law ii. Froude Model Law iii. Euler Model Law iv. Weber Model Law
v. Mach Model Law
Introduction to Turbine and Pump 17 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define Hydraulic Machines, Turbines, and Pumps
2 ALO 9.1.1-2: Classify Turbine and Pump
3 ALO 9.1.1-3: Explain the Hydroelectric Power
9 ALO 9.1.1-4: Explain the general layout of Hydroelectric Power Plant
2 ALO 9.1.1-5: Define Gross Head and Net Head
Efficiencies of a Turbine and Classification of Hydraulic Turbines 13 ALO 9.1.2-1: Define the Efficiency of Turbine
7 ALO 9.1.2-2: Explain the different types of Efficiency of a Turbine
7 ALO 9.1.2-3: Classify the Hydraulic Turbines
Pelton Wheel (or Turbine) 17 ALO 9.2.1-1: Explain the working of the Pelton Wheel ALO 9.2.1-2: Describe the Velocity Triangles and Work done for a Pelton Wheel
17 ALO 9.2.1-3: Explain the Maximum Efficiency of the Pelton Wheel
6 ALO 9.2.1-4: Describe the procedure for Designing of Pelton Wheel
Reaction Turbines 7 ALO 9.2.2-1: Explain the Reaction Turbines and its Components
3 ALO 9.2.2-2: Explain the Function of the Draft Tube
1 ALO 9.2.2-3: List various types of Draft Tube
2 ALO 9.2.2-4: Describe the Efficiency of the Draft Tube
Francis Turbine 3 ALO 9.2.3-1: Explain the working of the Francis Turbine
3 ALO 9.2.3-2: Describe the Velocity Triangles and Work done for a Francis Turbine ALO 9.2.3-3: Explain the Efficiency of the Francis Turbine
2 ALO 9.2.3-4: Describe Working Proportion of Francis Turbine
2 ALO 9.2.3-5: Explain the Analysis of the Francis Turbine
Axial Flow Reaction Turbine 9 ALO 9.2.4-1: Explain Axial-Flow Turbines (Kaplan and Propeller Turbine)
9 ALO 9.2.4-2: Describe working Proportions of Kaplan Turbine
Specific speed of turbine 8 ALO 9.2.5-1: Explain the Specific Speed of a Turbine
4 ALO 9.2.5-2: Explain the Non-dimensional Specific speed (Shape number) of a Turbine ALO 9.2.5-3: List and explain the different types of Unit Quantities
Model testing and cavitation in turbine 6 ALO 9.2.6-1: Explain Model Testing of the Turbines
8 ALO 9.2.6-2: Explain the Cavitation in Turbine
3 ALO 9.2.6-3: Define Thomas Cavitation Factor