Introduction

              Civil Engineering discipline was started in the year 2006-2007. Civil Engineering department has B.E., Undergraduate course and M.E. (Structural Engineering),Post Graduate course with an intake of 120 students in UG & 24 students in PG. The department has well equipped labs. All the faculty members have minimum PG qualifications and are committed towards teaching.Apart from the curriculum specified by Anna University, this department conducts value added industry related courses namely Project Engineering for the final year and STAAD – Professional for the third year B.E. students, making them more employable.

Programmes offered:

  • B.E.Civil Engineering
  • M.E.Structural Engineering
Dr. R SARAVANAN Professor / HOD

Ph.D : STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Completed – 2013

M.E : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Completed – 2005

BE : CIVIL ENGINEERING

Completed – 1995

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 26

National Conference – 8

Journals – 12

AREA OF INTEREST

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING, ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

A.Belin Jude Assistant Professor

Ph.D Structural Engineering

Pursuing

M.TECH Structural Engineering

Completed – 2011

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 4

National Conference – 2

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Design of RC and steel structures, Concrete Technology, Prestressed Concrete, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Tall buildings, Repair & rehabilitation of Structures

P.Swaminathan Assistant Professor

Ph.D Structural Engineering
Pursuing

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2011

BE Civil & Structural Engineering
Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 3

Journals – 3

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Analysis, Design, Prestressed Concrete, Concrete Technology

B.Sekar Assistant Professor

ME Environmental Engineering

Completed – 2012

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2006

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Pollution control management, EIA, Water treatment

S.Manikandan Assistant Professor

Ph.D Civil Engineering

Pursuing

ME Environmental Engineering

Completed – 2013

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 2

National Conference – 3

AREA OF INTEREST

WASTEWATER ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT, .SOIL MECHANICS AND FOUNDATION ENGINEERING, STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

 

 

T.K.Vimalbalaji Assistant Professor

M.TECH Structural Engineering

Completed – 2012

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2010

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

Journals – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Mechanics of Fluids, Structural Analysis, Construction Techniques Equipment’s & Practice

 

S.Arun Sahaya Raj Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2015

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2013

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference- 1

Journals – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Mechanics of Fluids, Structural Analysis, Construction Techniques Equipment’s & Practice

 

 

S.Suresh Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2017

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2014

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Fracture Mechanics, Concrete Design & Concrete Technology

U.Balavignesh Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2014

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference  – 1

National Conference – 4

Journals – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Strength of Materials, Structural Analysis& Design of reinforced concrete Elements

 

R.Elangovan Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering (PT)

Completed – 2016

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2013

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Structural Analysis, Design of Reinforced concrete element, Mechanics of fluids, Applied Hydraulic Engineering, Soil Mechanics, Environmental Engineering, Estimation & Quantity Surveying

M.Jeganraj Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2016

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2013

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 2

 

INDUSTRIAL – 1 Year

AREA OF INTEREST

Mechanics of Fluids, Surveying II, Concrete Technology, Design of reinforced concrete Elements

E.Santhosh Kumar Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2015

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2012

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 3

Journals – 1

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Design, Concrete Technology, Structural Dynamics, Industrial Structures

S.Karthikeyan Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering And Construction

Completed – 2015

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2010

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 2

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Design of R.C. Elements, Structural Dynamics, Steel Structures, Finite Element Analysis, Surveying

J.Joshua Sakunth Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2017

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2014

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 2

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Soil Mechanics, Highway & Railway Engineering, Concrete Technology

 

V.Venkatesh Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2016

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2014

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Concrete Technology, Engineering Mechanics

S.Akila Assistant Professor

ME Structural Engineering

Completed – 2017

BE Civil Engineering

Completed – 2014

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Soil Mechanics, Highway & Railway Engineering, Concrete Technology

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

  • Sieves
  • Hydrometer
  • Liquid limit apparatus
  • Plastic limit apparatus
  • Shrinkage limit apparatus
  • Proctor compaction apparatus
  • Direct shear apparatus
  • Thermometer
  • Field density measuring device
  • Core cutter
  • Sand Pouring Cylinder
  • Pycnometer

Strength of Materials Laboratory

  • UTM of minimum 400 KN capacity
  • Torsion testing machine for steel rods
  • Izod impact testing machine
  • Hardness testing machine
  • Brinell
  • vickers
  • Dial gauges
  • Le Chatelier’s apparatus
  • Vicat apparatus
  • Mortar cube moulds
  • Fatigue Testing machine
  • Spring Testing machine
  • Heat treatment furnace
  • Binocular metallurgical microscope
  • Monocular inclined metallurgical microscope

Surveying Laboratory

  • Plane Table and Accessories.
  • Prismatic Compass.
  • Metric Chain
  • Ranging Rod.
  • Arrows
  • Pegs
  • Tapes
  • Dumpy Level
  • Global Positioning System

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory

  • Venturimeter setup
  • Orificemeter setup
  • Major losses in pipes
  • Minor losses in pipes
  • Flow through notches
  • Flow through mouthpiece
  • Centrifugal pump
  • Reciprocating pump
  • Submersible pump
  • Gear oil pump
  • Calibration of Rotameter
  • Buoyancy apparatus
  • Bernoulli’s apparatus
  • Pitot tube assembly
  • Pelton wheel turbine
  • Francis turbine
  • Kaplan turbine

CAD Laboratory

Software details

  • Auto CAD
  • STAAD Pro

Equipment details

  • Desktop Computers
  • Printer

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

  • O Meter
  • pH Meter
  • Turbidity Meter
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Flame Photometer
  • Electrical conductivity meter
  • Water bath
  • Desiccator
  • Weigh Balance
  • O.D Incubator
  • Muffle furnace
  • Hot air oven
  • COD setup
  • Kjeldhal apparatus
  • Jar Test

CONCRETE AND HIGHWAY ENGINEEING LABORATORY

  • UTM – 400 kN capacity
  • Flow table
  • Vee-Bee consistometer
  • Slump cone
  • Compaction factor machine
  • Blains Apparatus
  • Los – Angeles abrasion testing machine
  • Concrete cube moulds
  • Concrete cylinder moulds
  • Concrete prism moulds
  • Sieves set
  • Concrete mixer
  • Aggregate Impact testing machine
  • CBR apparatus
  • Ductility testing machine
  • Penetration testing machine
  • Flash and fire point testing equipment
  • Ring and ball testing equipment

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

  • Loading frame
  • Load cell (100 ton capacity)
  • Rebound hammer
  • Vibration exciter
  • Vibration meter
  • Strong floor
  • LVDT
  • Proving ring
  • Demec gauge
  • Dial gauges

 

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

  • Loading frame
  • Load cell (100 ton capacity)
  • Rebound hammer
  • Vibration exciter
  • Vibration meter
  • Strong floor
  • LVDT
  • Proving ring
  • Demec gauge
  • Dial gauges

 

First Year

Semester I

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6151Technical English – I3104
2.MA6151Mathematics – I3104
3.PH6151Engineering Physics – I3003
4.CY6151Engineering Chemistry – I3003
5.GE6151Computer Programming3003
6.GE6152Engineering Graphics2034
PRACTICAL
7.GE6161Computer Practices Laboratory0032
8.GE6162Engineering Practices Laboratory0032
9.GE6163Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I0021
TOTAL
1721126

Semester II

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6251Technical English – II3104
2.MA6251Mathematics – II3104
3.PH6251Engineering Physics – II3003
4.CY6251Engineering Chemistry – II3003
5.GE6252Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering4004
6.GE6253Engineering Mechanics3104
PRACTICAL
7.GE6261Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory0122
8.GE6262Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II0021
TOTAL
194425

Second Year

Semester III

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6351Transforms and Partial Differential Equations3104
2.GE6351Environmental Science and Engineering3003
3.CE6301Engineering  Geology3003
4.CE6302Mechanics of Solids3104
5.CE6303Mechanics of Fluids3003
6.CE6304Surveying I3003
PRACTICAL
7.CE6311Survey Practical I0042
8.CE6312Computer Aided Building Drawing0042
TOTAL
182824

Semester IV

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6459Numerical Methods3104
2.CE6401Construction Materials3003
3.CE6402Strength of Materials3104
4.CE6403Applied Hydraulic Engineering3104
5.CE6404Surveying  II3003
6.CE6405Soil Mechanics3003
PRACTICAL
7.CE6411Strength of Materials Laboratory0032
8.CE6412Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory0032
9.CE6413Survey Practical II0042
TOTAL
1831027

Third Year

Semester V

SL. No.COURSE CODE 

COURSE TITLE

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.CE6501Structural Analysis I3104
2.CE6502Foundation Engineering3003
3.CE6503Environmental Engineering I3003
4.CE6504Highway Engineering3003
5.CE6505Design of Reinforced Concrete Elements3003
6.CE6506Construction Techniques, Equipment and Practice3003

PRACTICAL

7.GE6674Communication and Soft skills- Laboratory Based0042
8.CE6511Soil Mechanics Laboratory0042
9.CE6512Survey Camp*1

TOTAL

181824

Semester VI

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.CE6601Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick MasonryStructures3003
2.CE6602Structural Analysis II3104
3.CE6603Design of Steel Structures3104
4.CE6604Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering3003
5.CE6605Environmental Engineering II3003
6.Elective I3003
PRACTICAL
7.CE6611Environmental Engineering Laboratory0032
8.CE6612Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory0032
TOTAL
182624

Final Year

Semester VII

L.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.CE6701Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering3003
2.CE6702Prestressed Concrete Structures3003
3.CE6703Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering3003
4.CE6704Estimation and Quantity Surveying3003
5.Elective  II3003
6.Elective  III3003
PRACTICAL
7.CE6711Computer Aided Design and Drafting Laboratory0042
8.CE6712Design Project0042
TOTAL
180822

Semester VIII

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MG6851Principles of Management3003
2.Elective  IV3003
3.Elective  V3003
PRACTICAL
4.CE6811Project Work00126
TOTAL
901215

ODD SEMESTER 2018 - 2019

STRUCTURAL DETAILING & BAR BENDING SCHEDULE

Objectives

  • To give additional input to the area of structural dimension and detailing.
  • To provide methodology for design of shuttering.
  • To introduce the concept of shuttering & de-shuttering technique.
  • To introduce bar bending schedule.

Course contents

  • Units & Measurement
  • Documentation towards IQAS
  • Shuttering and Formwork
  • Structural Drawings
  • Bar bending Schedule

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • On completion of this course the participant will gain knowledge about structural detailing & will have the capacity to design shuttering & to understand reinforcement detailing with the help of bar bending schedule.

 Course Instructors
Mr. A. Belin Jude, AP/CE
Mr. S. Arun Sahaya Raj, AP/CE

Students
Final Year VII Semester – 35 students

Auto CAD

Objectives

  • To introduce the students to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings in accordance with development and control rules satisfying orientation and functional requirements as per National Building Code.
  • To acquire hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / environmental structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice. To provide the knowledge about load forecasting, scheduling and risk management.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CAD and Basic Commands
  • Environmental Engineering Drawings
  • Building Drawings
  • Structural Detailing
  • Plot and Publish

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, industrial structures, and framed buildings using computer software.
  • At the end of the course the student acquires hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

Course Instructors
Mr. S. Manikandan, AP/CE
Mr. S. Suresh, AP/CE

Students
Third Year V Semester – 35 students

Archive

Auto CAD

Objectives

  • To introduce the students to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings in accordance with development and control rules satisfying orientation and functional requirements as per National Building Code.
  • To acquire hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CAD and Basic Commands
  • Annotations and Dimensions
  • Building Drawings – Plan, Section and Elevation of a single storey, G+1 building and Industrial Building.
  • Structural Detailing – Reinforcement Detailing of Slab, Column, footing and beam.
  • Plot and Publish

Course duration
Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, industrial structures, and framed buildings using computer software.
  • At the end of the course the student acquires hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice.

 Course Instructors
Mr. S. Suresh, AP – Civil Engg.
Mr. V.Venkatesh, AP – Civil Engg.

Students
Second Year IV Semester – 25 students

Structural Detailing and Bar Bending Schedule

Objectives

  • To give additional input to the area of structural dimension and detailing.
  • To provide methodology for design of shuttering.
  • To introduce the concept of shuttering & de-shuttering technique.
  • To introduce bar bending schedule.

Course contents

  • Units & Measurement
  • Documentation towards IQAS
  • Shuttering and Formwork
  • Structural Drawings
  • Bar bending Schedule
  • Case Studies

Course duration
Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Course outcomes

  • On completion of this course the participant will gain knowledge about structural detailing
  • The students will have the capacity to design shuttering
  • The students can understand reinforcement detailing with the help of bar bending schedule.

 

Course Instructors
Dr. A. Prabaharan, Sr. Prof, HoD/Civil Engg. – Dean/R&D
Mr. S. Karthikeyan, AP/Civil Engg.

Students 
Third Year VI Semester – 35 students

Project Engineering

Objectives

  • To acquire required knowledge, so that they can solve any problem in the construction industry when they join as a Project Engineer.
  • To learn basics of seismic detailing.

Course contents

  • Measurements, Planning & Approvals
  • Foundation Techniques
  • Superstructure
  • Services
  • Detailing & Repairing Techniques

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course outcome

  • Students will be able to acquire knowledge required in-situ..
  • Students will acquire the capability of solving any problem in the construction industry
  • Students will be able to learn basics of seismic detailing.

Course Instructor
Dr. A. Prabaharan, Sr. Prof, HOD/Civil Engg. – Dean/R&D

 Students
Final year VII Semester – 34 Students

Structural Analysis Design and Drafting, Professional (STAAD-PRO)

Objectives

  • To learn basic operations in STAAD Pro with the help of STAAD Pro v8i.
  • To design of steel and concrete structures.
  • To manipulate calculation of shear force, bending moments etc.
  • To compare manual – software outcomes at the end of this course.

Course contents

  • Loads on RC Structures
  • SFD & BMD of RC Structures
  • Loads on Steel Truss
  • SFD & BMD of Steel Truss
  • RC & Steel Detailing

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Outcome

  • Students will be able to understand the design and analysis concepts.
  • They will be able to design the structures according to the considerations.
  • Students will be capable of understanding similar software (ANSYS, E-TABS etc.)

Course Instructors
Mr. U. Bala Vignesh, AP/Civil Engg.
Mr. S. Suresh, Lecturer/Civil Engg.

Students
Third Year  V Semester –  93 students

  • ReBar (Reinforcement Bar)

                We have organized a technical seminar on ReBar (Reinforcement Bar) software for structural detailing of bar bending schedule for all reinforced structures. 80 students have attended the program at Training & Placement seminar hall on 11.08.2017.

                Mr. K. Balan, Operations Manager of International Drafting & Detailing Pvt. Ltd. has delivered the technical lecture on “Reinforcement design and detailing for all concrete structures – using ReBar CAD software” to the final year Civil Engineering Students.

                The session was very much interactive in nature, where the reinforcement detailing for almost all civil engineering structures was discussed with the help of photographs and videos of real time projects. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural detailing.

    The feedback from the students was requesting our institution to conduct such programs in future.

  • Analysis of Indeterminate Structures

                We have organized a technical seminar on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” at seminar hall on 27.09.2017.

                Dr. S.Vimala, Professor, P.S.N.A College of Engineering, has delivered the technical lecture on “Analysis of Indeterminate Structures” to the third year Civil Engineering Students.

                The session was very much interested, various methods used to analyse the frames and indeterminate beams were discussed. This program was very much useful for the students to enhance their knowledge in the area of structural Analysis.

Prof.Dr.A.Prabaharan, Ph.D.(Struct.), Ph.D.(Mgt.)
Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Civil Engineering,
M.I.E.T Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID: civil.hod@miet.edu & prabaharan.a@miet.edu

Symposium Poster

Event Rules

PAPER PRESENTATION

  • Maximum two authors per team can participate.
  • Full length paper should be in IEEE format. (not more than 6)
  • The title page should have abstract with the details of authors. (College name and mail id)
  • A soft copy of the paper has to be sent through mail on or before 14.02.2018. civilsymposium@miet.edu
  • Selected papers will be intimated to the registered members on or before 17.02.2018. through mail only.
  • The short listed participants are required to bring their presentation slides (ppt or pptx format) for the accepted paper.
  • Printed copy has to be submitted at the time of presentation.
  • Paper A4 size , 1.5 line spacing, Font-Times New Roman, 12 pts (Normal)
  • 5 minutes will be given for presentation and 2 minutes for queries.The Best Paper Award is under the judge and the organizers discretion

POSTER PRESENTATION

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • A soft copy of the poster has to be sent through mail on or before 19.02.2017. The intimation will be sent to the registered members on or before 20.02.2017 through mail.
  • Poster should be of A3 size and is to displayed for evaluation.
  • Poster should express at least 80% of the theme.

CAD CONTEST

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted on the CAD related objective type questions and Aptitude Questions.
  • Only the qualified team shall be called for the final round on creative design using Auto CAD software.

TECHNICAL QUIZ

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

Note:

1.Participant should come with proper formal dress code.
2.Participants should bring Bonafide certificate and ID card from their respective colleges.

Registration form

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