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Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

The B-Tech programme in Civil Engineering at KMEA Engineering College has been offered since 2008 and The M.Tech programme (Computer Aided Structural Engineering) since 2012. The department aims at providing the best guidance, facilities and opportunities to develop the outlook, personality and technical skills of the students to cater the needs of the society and be the makers of the world. Our students are the future ambassadors around the world. Civil engineers are problem solvers, meeting the challenges of pollution, traffic congestion, drinking water and energy needs, urban redevelopment and community planning. The next decades will be the most creative, demanding, and rewarding of times for Civil engineers. Amongst all branches of engineering, the range and application of civil engineering is the broadest and the most visible. The faculty includes post graduates in Civil Engineering from prestigious Institutions like IITs and NITs. The annual intake is 120 for under graduate programme and 24 for post graduate programme. The program also entertains a lateral entry for Diploma holders as per AICTE norms in the 3rd semester.
VISION:
To develop the outlook, personality and technical skills of the students to cater the needs of the society and be the makers of the world.

M.Tech. Computer Aided Structural Engineering

Computer Aided Structural Engineering deals with the application of software for structural analysis and design. The software are STAAD, STRAP, PRIMAVERA, ANSYS,SAP and NISA .The objective of the post graduate course is to introduce the various types of software in structural analysis. In the project work, the students are encouraged to work on specific application areas involving design as applied to industries and construction.
Lab Facilities available:
  • Civil Workshop: Conducts Masonry works, Study of water supply and sanitary fittings and Study of surveying instruments.The workshop has a good collection of chains, tapes,compass ,plane table and minor instruments.
  • Survey Laboratory: The survey lab has a good collection of Transit theodolites, electronic theodolite, dumpy levels, engineering chains, measuring tapes, plane table, prismatic compass and total station
  • Material Testing Laboratory-I: The machineries of the lab includes Universal testing Machine, Impact testing machine, Brinell Hardness Tester, Spring testing machine, Torsion testing machine and other related accessories such as digital gauge, vernier calipers, Digital stop watches,Mechanical Extensometer with standard accessories, Double shear attachment for UTM etc.
  • Hydraulics Laboratory: The machineries of the lab includes Centrifugal Pump , Pelton Wheel Turbine , Francis Turbine, Multistage Pump , Kaplan Turbine, Jet Pump , Hydraulic Ram , Venturi Meter, Orifice Meter , Rectangular Notch , Triangular Notch , Pipe Friction Apparatus , Orifice Tank, Time of Emptying Apparatus , Metacentric Height Apparatus
  • Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory: This laboratory has equipment for testing the properties of soil both in field and lab. The test can be conducted to determine the index properties, particle size distribution, shear parameters and consolidation characteristics of soil.
  • Material Testing Laboratory-II.: This lab is equipped with instruments for testing properties of building materials – Abrasion tests, Crushing, & Impact tests on aggregates. Some of the equipments available in the lab are compression testing machines, UTM, flexural testing machine and those for testing the properties of fresh concrete and cement.
  • Computing Techniques and Application Laboratory: The lab has got the latest computers enabling the students to do advanced projects in software development related to civil engineering. The centre is also having internet connection and possesses a number of standard design and analysis software packages. The software are AUTOCAD, STAAD, STRAP, PRIMAVERA, ANSYS, SAP and NISA.
  • Transportation Engineering Laboratory: All tests for Highway construction like Aggregates, Subgrade, Bitumen can be tested here. The test that can be done are Bitumen tests, California bearing ratio test, and other tests. The equipments include Marshall Equipment, CBR, Viscometer and bitumen extractor.
  • Environmental Engineering Laboratory: All tests for water quality can be done in this lab. The equipments available are Nephlometric Turbidimeter, DO meter, nephelometer, and pH Meter ..

Consultancy

The Department of Basic Sciences comprises 12 full time faculty members, of whom six are in Mathematics, two in Physics,two in Chemistry,one in Economics and one in English. One of our faculty hold doctoral degree and PhD guideship. He is guiding students for PhD research in solar cells. While continuing service to other departments, the faculty of the department also coordinate research works of the college in the field of science and technology.one of our faculty is a known resource person in solar P V in Kerala who is approved by ANERT. He is also consultant in solar energy area. One of our faculty is coordinate all project works and seminar in our college.one of our faculty is coordinate all start-up registration with innovative ideas as he is the coordinator KMEA innovation council. He is the president of institute innovation council established by govt of India . The Department of Basic Science boasts of an up to date English Communication to increase proficiency in English language to cope up with the cut throat competition in the job market. As a part of English language teaching life skills are imparted enabiling the students to improve their marketability and employability. The Language Laboratory is now well equipped with 50 computers with software packages for training the students. The Language Laboratory is very helpful in language teaching as well as developing interactive and group communication skills in an effective manner. The Department of Basic Science has a special mission to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research in different areas of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics that will address the future needs of the society. The Department promotes collaboration among the faculty as well as other institutions, industry and government departments. The research activities of the department focus on the following areas: Mathematics
  • Graph theory
  • Applicable Analysis
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Rough topological spaces- a combination of topology and rough set theory
Chemistry and Physics
  • Metal nanoparticle-dispersed dendritic hyperbranched polymers and their application in biomedical field
  • Thin film: Preparation, characterization and properties
  • Organic Solar cell- Preparation, characterization and properties
  • Perovskite solar cell- Preparation, characterization and properties
 
The Department of Basic Sciences comprises 12 full time faculty members, of whom six are in Mathematics, two in Physics,two in Chemistry,one in Economics and one in English. One of our faculty hold doctoral degree and PhD guideship. He is guiding students for PhD research in solar cells. While continuing service to other departments, the faculty of the department also coordinate research works of the college in the field of science and technology.one of our faculty is a known resource person in solar P V in Kerala who is approved by ANERT. He is also consultant in solar energy area. One of our faculty is coordinate all project works and seminar in our college.one of our faculty is coordinate all start-up registration with innovative ideas as he is the coordinator KMEA innovation council. He is the president of institute innovation council established by govt of India . The Department of Basic Science boasts of an up to date English Communication to increase proficiency in English language to cope up with the cut throat competition in the job market. As a part of English language teaching life skills are imparted enabiling the students to improve their marketability and employability. The Language Laboratory is now well equipped with 50 computers with software packages for training the students. The Language Laboratory is very helpful in language teaching as well as developing interactive and group communication skills in an effective manner. The Department of Basic Science has a special mission to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research in different areas of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics that will address the future needs of the society. The Department promotes collaboration among the faculty as well as other institutions, industry and government departments. The research activities of the department focus on the following areas: Mathematics
  • Graph theory
  • Applicable Analysis
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Rough topological spaces- a combination of topology and rough set theory
Chemistry and Physics
  • Metal nanoparticle-dispersed dendritic hyperbranched polymers and their application in biomedical field
  • Thin film: Preparation, characterization and properties
  • Organic Solar cell- Preparation, characterization and properties
  • Perovskite solar cell- Preparation, characterization and properties
 

Department of Civil Engineering signed MOU with Abad Builders

The department of Civil Engineering of KMEA ENGINEERING College has signed the Memorandum of Understanding with ABAD Builders since 17th Feburary 2017. The general purpose of this MOU is to facilitate industry and research co operation between the parties based upon the principles of mutual benefit.

Civil Engineering Students Association( CESA )

Civil Engineering Students Association( CESA ) is an organisation formed by civil engineering department that commits to conduct activities and outreach programs that challenge civil engineering students for their betterment and involvement in the society. The members of the association includes students and faculties.  In our college CESA was initially installed in 2013 with the primary aim of exposing budding Civil engineers to the challenges of the profession. This is a forum of vibrant young engineers under the guidance of outstanding faculty, which aims at exposing the students to the modern technical developments in the field of civil engineering through the conduct of seminars, workshops and technical events.
The Department Library maintains an excellent collection of text books, seminar reports, project reports and other documents/materials. The Library has a well equipped facility for reading.  It is perhaps the most important central facility provided by the institute.
1.  CESA organized a MIME on the theme "Leaving no one behind"as part of World Water day March 22nd. 2. TEKLA software training programme for s8 Civil organized by CESA on 15 03 2019. 3.  As part of Civil Engineering Students Association (CESA), Civil Department organized a Technical talk on “Recent Innovations in Civil Engineering” by Dr. Anil Joseph, Honorable Secretary, IGS on 19th February 2019.The first edition of monthly article ‘ EL CONSTRUCTOR’ was released by honorable chief guest. 4. The Department of Civil Engineering organised an Eight-day Internship program on ‘Quantity Surveying’ by Vettoor School of Technical training for the final year students from 9th July 2018 to 21st July 2018.The different sessions on Project management, Estimation and safety procedures along with site visits were handled by Ms. Rakhi R and Ms. Reeba Suresh. 5. The Department of Civil Engineering organised a three-day Internship program on ‘Total Station Survey’ by ALG International Institute of Technology for the fifth semester students on 9th, 12th and 13th July 2018. The sessions were handled by Mr.Yousef Rihas, Mr.Vishnu K.C, Mr. Joseph Antony, Mr. Prabhakar, Mr. Sameel K.S, Mr. Binil, Mr. Sonu , Mr.Akshay G. 6. The Department of Civil Engineering organised a One-day Internship program on ‘CAD, BIM & FUSION 360′ by Tritech Design Academy for the third semester students on 9th July 2018. The sessions were handled by Ms.Athira Aneesh, Mr.Joemon John , Ms.Jomise Jose and Mr.Arun Joy.

A start up company is developed by 2011 pass out students named Hybrid building technologies .Hybrid building technologies stand for consultant in building design, architectural designing, and civil project management areas of construction projects. The team members are Pradeep Kumar .A.C (Managing Partner ), Shyam.K and Vishnu Ranjidas.M.K.

Students in Department of Civil engineering are members of IGS Kerala chapter which provides an opportunity,  to present their seminars and to conduct workshops/lectures under the guidance of faculty coordinators. Indian Geo technical Society, affiliated to the International Society to  promote co-operation among the engineers and scientists for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the field of soil mechanics, foundation engineering, soil dynamics, engineering geology, rock, snow and ice mechanics and allied fields and their practical applications.
The project on “treatment of seafood processing effluent using stringed bed suspended bioreactor” done by our students K M Mohammed Asif, Mubeena M, Shifana V H and Shifana T A got selected for final round of “Social Impact Challenge 2019” , a university level competition conducted by National Service Scheme in association with APJ abdul Kalam Technological University.

Researchers:

    • Bindu Sebastian : Mrs. Bindu Sebastian is doing her research in Soil Stabilisation under the guidance of Dr. Sobha Cyrus, Professor, Dept of Civil Engg, SOE,CUSAT, Thrikakkara.
    • Fazna Nazim : Mrs Fazna Nazim is doing her research in Waste Water Treatment using enzymes under the guidance of Dr. Renu Pawels ,HOD,Dept of Civil Engg, SOE,CUSAT,Thrikakkara.
    • Nishitha A: Mrs Nishitha A is doing her research in Remediation of contaminated land under the guidance of Dr. Sobha Cyrus, Professor, Dept of Civil Engg, SOE,CUSAT, Thrikakkara.
    • Joice Mary Philip: Mrs Joice Mary Philip is doing her research in High Volume Utilisation of IBPs in Concrete under the guidance of Dr. Glory Joseph, Professor, Dept of Civil Engg, SOE,CUSAT, Thrikakkara.

Publications:

  • Mrs. Bindu Sebastian

    1) Diniya David, Bindu Sebastian, Minu Anna Johny, “Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Crushed Clay Brick in Cellular Concrete”, International Journal Of Innovative Research In Science, Engineering And Technology, IJIRSET, Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017.

    2)National Conference : Bindu Sebastian ,Sobha Cyrus and Babu T Jose, “Effect of inclusion of coir fibre on shear strength of marine clay”Indian Geotechnical Conference,Dec 15-17,2011.[Paper Presented]

  • Sunitha Rani C M

    1) Charls Sebastian, Sunitha Rani CM, "Study of reduced sections of the steel beam column connection under cyclic loading", International journal of Engineering development and Research, Vol.3, Issue 4

    2) Manju Susan Samuel,Sunitha Rani C M, "Analysis of submarine pressure hull cylinder using ANSYS", International Journal For Researching Science Engg And Technology(IJRASET),vol3,issueXI,nov 2015

    3) Shahana P Sadik, Sunitha Rani C. M, “Structural Behaviour of Retrofitted Reinforced Concrete Beam”, International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology (IJLTET),vol 6,issue 2,November 2015

    4) Shahana P Sadik, Sunitha Rani C. M, “Structural Behaviour of Retrofitted Reinforced Concrete Beam”, European journal of advances in engineering & technology(EJAET)

    5) Shahana P Sadik, Sunitha Rani C. M, “Finite Element Analysis of Retrofitted R(IJSER),vol 6,issue 11,November 2015

    6)Shahana P Sadik, Sunitha Rani C. M, “Structural Behaviour of Retrofitted Reinforced Concrete Building Beam Component”, International journal of research and technology (IJERT),vol 4,issue 11,November 2015

    7) "Reinforced Concrete Beam”, International journal of scientific and engineering

  • Soni Syed

    1) Saneebamol M.A.,Soni Syed, “Experimental Investigation & Finite Element Analysis of Castellated Steel Beam with Stiffeners & Spacer Plates (Litzka Beam)”, International conference on emerging trends in engineering & technology(ICET-15),NIER, November 2015

    2) Saneebamol M.A.,Soni Syed, “Finite Element Analysis of Litzka Beam”, International journal of science & research (IJSR),vol 4,issue 11,November 2015

    3) Saneebamol M.A.,Soni Syed, “Finite Element Analysis of steel beams with stiffeners & spacer plates(Litzka Beam)”, European journal of advances in engineering & technology(EJAET)

    4) Saneebamol M.A.,Soni Syed, “Experimental Investigation & Finite Element Analysis of Castellated Steel Beam with Stiffeners & Spacer Plates (Litzka Beam)”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering Research. (IJAER), e-ISSN: 2231-5152, p-ISSN: 2454-1796".

    5) Leeon Paul, Soni Syed, "Finite element analysis of microwave antinna towers", International journal of Engineering development and Research, Vol.3, Issue 4

    6) Mereena Joseph, Judith, Sony Syed “Seismic evaluation of dam fluid foundation system and optimization of the geometry". International journal of advance research in science and engineering (IJARSE). A

  • Fazna Nazim

    1) Fazna Nazim and Dr. V.Meera, “Treatment of synthetic greywater using 5% and 10% garbage enzyme solution”, Bonfring IJournal of Environmental science and Engineering, NEERI (Accepted) nternational Journal of Industrial Engineering and management Science, Vol 3, No:4, December 2013

    2) Fazna Nazim and Dr. V.Meera, ''Use of garbage enzyme as alow cost alternative method for the treatment of greywater – Review ”Journal of Environmental science and Engineering, NEERI (Accepted)

    3) Fazna Nazim and Dr. V.Meera, '' Comparison of treatment of greywater using garbage and citrus enzymes”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (NCTACME'17)

    4) International Conference : Fazna Nazim and Dr. V.Meera, “ Treatment of greywater using garbage enzymes for reuse applications, International Conference on Materials for the future-ICMF ,pp 241-244,November,2013.[Paper Presented]

    5) National Conference : Fazna Nazim and Dr. V.Meera .” Treatment of synthetic greywater using garbage enzyme solution after 3 months of fermentation period”, National Conference on Advances in Manufacturing, Systems and Processes-NAIMSAP, October, 2013. [Paper Presented]

  • Fathima S Thaikudiyil

    1) Fathima S Thaikudiyil and Binu P, “Prediction of Crack Propagation using Finite Element Method”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol 10, No:10, 2013.

    2) National Conference : Fathima S Thaikudiyil and Binu P, “Prediction of Crack Propagation using Finite Element Method”, National Conference on Trends and Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, January, 2014. [Paper Presented]

  • Shabna M.S

    1) Shabna M.S and Liga M Paul, ''Modal Analysis of Shear Wall With Various Finite Elements And Its Validation” , International Journal Of Engineering Resaerch And Applications, January,2014.

    2) National Conference : Shabna M.S and Liga M Paul, ''Modal Analysis of Shear Wall With Various Finite Elements And Its Validation”, National Conference on Trends and Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, January, 2014. [Paper Presented]

  • Aswathy K.V

    1) Aswathy K.V, '' Strength and Stability Analysis of Horizontally Curved I-Girder ”,Asian Journal of Engineering and Technology (ISSN: 2321 – 2462) Volume 03 – Issue 04,2015.

    2) International Conference : Aswathy K.V, '' Strength and Stability Analysis of Horizontally Curved I-Girder ”2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on Emerging Trends in Technology and Applied Sciences, 30th April, 1st & 2nd May 2015[Paper Presented]

Sunitha Rani C M

HOD
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Bindu Sebastian

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Sony Syed

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Aysha Rasheed

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Jinu V R

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Fathima S Thaikudiyil

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Shabna M S

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Husaiba N M

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Jilfa Nazar

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Fazna Nazim

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Lakshmy E G

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Midhun Mohan

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Aswathy K V

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Binciya Beeran

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Nafzin A A

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