# ESE NOTES EDUCATION

## Civil Engineering

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## [PDF] Building Materials Notes by Jaspal Sir | Civil Engineering

Building Materials Notes Pdf by Jaspal Sir, This Notes content is beneficial to civil engineers of BTech. It helps to qualify for SSC JE, GATE, IES  & Other Government Exams.

## [PDF] Building Materials Notes by Jaspal Sir | Civil Engineering

Building Materials Notes Pdf by Jaspal Sir, This Notes content is beneficial to civil engineers of BTech. It helps to qualify for SSC JE, GATE, IES  & Other Government Exams.

## SSC JUNIOR ENGINEERS (CIVIL) EXAMINATION

SSC JUNIOR ENGINEERS (CIVIL) EXAMINATION   SSC JE is an exam conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). This exam is used to hire Junior Engineers

## Pavement Design- Highway Engineering (Chapter-4)

Pavement is a load-bearing & load-distributing component of a road. We need to consider all types of vehicles for the geometrical design, but only vehicles with significant heavy loads are considered for pavement design. These vehicles are generally commercial vehicles. As per IRC, vehicles having a gross load greater than 3 tons are called commercial vehicles.

## Unsteady Flow: Surge- Open Channel Flow (Chapter-6)

Unsteady flow also called 'Transient Flow', occurs in the open channel when the discharge or depth or both vary with respect to time at a given section.

## Open Channel Flow – Introduction (Chapter-1)

Open channel flow refers to the flow of liquid in channel open to atmosphere or in partially filled conduit (Pipe). Example- River, Flood, Rivulets, Torrent, Sewers carrying sewage, Rode side Gutter. Detailed discuss about OCF.

## Uniform Flow- Open Channel Flow (Chapter-2)

A flow in an open channel is said to be uniform if its properties remain constant with respect to space. Detailed discussion about Uniform Flow.

## Energy Depth Relationship- Open Channel Flow (Chapter-3)

Energy depth relationship is the third chapter of the open channel flow. Detailed discussion about specific energy, critical depth, relationship between specific energy and depth of flow, section factor z, relation between discharge & depth of flow, channel transition.

## Gradually Varied Flow- Open Channel Flow (Chapter-4)

The gradually varied flow (GVF) is defined as steady non- uniform flow, where the depth of flow varies gradually from section to section along the length of channel. (A steady non-uniform flow in a prismatic channel with gradual changes in its water surface elevation is termed as gradually varied flow (GVF).

## Fundamentals Of Surveying (Part-1)

In fundamentals of surveying (part-1), we details analysis about surveying, classification of survey, principal of surveying, instruments used for various types of measurement.Etc

## Fundamentals Of Surveying (Part-2)

In fundamentals of surveying (part-2), we details analysis about plan & map, scale, representation of scale- engineer’s scale, representation fraction (rf), graphical scale. Shrinkage factor or shrinkage ratio, error due to shrinkage of map, error due to wrong measuring scale, type of scales- plane scale, diagonal scale, vernier scale (direct vernier, retrograde vernier, extended vernier, double vernier).

## Linear Measurements (Chain Survey)

In liner measurements,we details discuss about procedure in chain surveying,basic definition of chain surveying- main station, tie station, main survey line, tie line/ subsidiary line, base line, check line/ proof line, offset, chainage, well conditioned triangle.Correction in chaining,limiting length of offsets.

## Equipment Used In Chain Surveying

In equipment used in chain surveying,we details discuss about surveying chain, types of chain- revenue chain, gunter’s chain, engineer’s chain, metric chain, suitability of chain, unsuitability of chain, units of measurement, tapes-cloth or linen tape, metallic tape, steel tape, invar tape, pegs, arrows, ranging rods, offset rods, plumb bob, clinometer, cross-staff, optical square, prism square, chain survey instruments, distance measuring device, instruments used for various types of measurement

## Pavement Design- Highway Engineering (Chapter-4)

Pavement is a load-bearing & load-distributing component of a road. We need to consider all types of vehicles for the geometrical design, but only vehicles with significant heavy loads are considered for pavement design. These vehicles are generally commercial vehicles. As per IRC, vehicles having a gross load greater than 3 tons are called commercial vehicles.

## Traffic Control Devices & Regulation – Traffic Sign & Road Marking

In traffic control devices & regulation, we detailed discussed about traffic sign & road marking but remain topics are discussed in other post.

## Traffic Control Devices & Regulation – Traffic Signal

In traffic control devices & regulation, we detailed discussed about traffic signal but remain topics are discussed in other post.

## Traffic Control Devices & Regulation – Intersection

In traffic control devices & regulation, we detailed discussed about intersection but remain topics are discussed in other post.

## Difference Between Organic and Inorganic Soils | Properties of Soil | Soil Mechanics

Liquid limit of inorganic soil not of volcanic organic rarely has a value greater 100 %. Organic soil has a generally high value of liquid limit (liquid limit>50%) but their plastic limit is also comparatively high, hence their plastic index values are not as high as its liquid limit.

## Collapsibility | Properties of Soil | Soil Mechanics

The soil which shows a large decrease in its volume due to an increase in its water content without any increase in external pressure or load is termed as collapsible soil. Ex- Loess soil, Sand Dunes, Fine sand & Silt silty cemented due to the presence of calcium. And the properties of collapsible soil is called collapsibility.

## Sensitivity, Thixotropy & Activity | Properties of Soil | Soil Mechanics

Sensitivity is defined as the ratio of Unconfined Compressive Strength in an undisturbed natural state to Unconfined Compressive Strength of soil in the remolded state.

## Consistency Index, Liquidity Index & Toughness Index | Properties of Soil | Soil Mechanics

Consistency Index is defined as the ration of the difference of liquid limit and natural water content to the plasticity index. Toughness Index is a ratio of IP & IF.