# 21CIV14 21CIV24 Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics VTU Notes

### 21CIV14 21CIV24 Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics VTU Notes and Question Papers

Here you can download the 2021 Scheme First Year VTU Notes and Question Papers of 21CIV14 21CIV24 Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics.

### Module 1: Overview of Civil Engineering Systems and Building materials

This module covers, “Introduction to structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, Construction technology, hydraulics, water resources and irrigation engineering transportation engineering, environmental and sanitary engineering, GIS, earthquake engineering. Role of civil engineers in the development of the nation.”

### Module 2: Analysis of force systems and Friction

This module covers, “Concept of idealization, force, a system of forces, superposition, transmissibility, Resolution, and composition of forces, Law of Parallelogram of forces, polygonal law, Resultant of concurrent coplanar force system, coplanar non-concurrent force system, a moment of forces, couple, Varignons theorem, resultant of coplanar non-concurrent force system, free body diagram, Lamis theorem, equations of equilibrium, equilibrium of concurrent and non-concurrent coplanar force system.”

### Module 3: Centroid and Moment of inertia

This module covers, “Introduction, methods of determining the centroid, locating the centroid of simple figures from first principle, the centroid of composite and built-up sections.”

### Module 4: Support reactions and Analysis of trusses

This module covers, “Types of loads and types of supports, statically determinate and indeterminate beams, support reactions in beams, Numerical problems on support reactions for statically determinate beams.”

### Module 5: Kinematics and Kinetics

The module covers, “Displacement, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, speed, acceleration, average acceleration, variable acceleration, acceleration due to gravity, Newton’s law of motion, rectilinear motion and numerical problems, curvilinear motion, superelevation, projectile motion, relative motion, numerical problems, motion under gravity, numerical problems.”

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