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Final Year Project Idea's - Civil Engineering

Final Year Projects

Final Year Projects Idea's
As you might know, there are 5 major subjects in Civil Engineering which are taught in the 3rd and Final years of B.Tech/B.E. The major subjects are Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Analysis, Transportation Engineering, Water Resource, and Irrigation, Construction Management and Estimation, RCC and Steel Structure and you take in consideration Surveying. But in with this, you must have good knowledge and skill in Math, Strength of Material, Mechanics, and basic Physics. Now I will talk about all subjects in-short so that you can see your interesting topics to choose from for the Project.
Final Year Projects Idea's

Geotechnical Engineering:

In academics, you might see this was one of the most important subjects, and its knowledge is required in many Civil Works such as Tunnels, Bridges, Roads, Railways, and Dam.

Structural Analysis:

This subject is important for checking the design of structure such as buildings components such as beams, columns and struts, and complete truss. This subject helps in many software developments such as finite element method and more and this also helps in finding the stability of structures such as bridges, dams, and as said buildings.

Transportation Engineering:

The planning, design, and working of large projects such as Roadways, Highways, Bridges, Airport designing, and Railways projects. With the new technology, we can see transportation engineers are now trying to reduce the greenhouse emission and use less energy as a step close to Eco-friendly Development.

Water Resource and Irrigation:

This was earlier divided into two subjects but now combined and shortly known as WRE. The subject you can collectively contain Fluid Mechanics, Applied Hydraulics, and Irrigation Engineering. here everything comes right from the mechanics of water, qualitative analysis, and quantity analysis.
Final Year Projects Idea's

RCC and Steel Structures:

This subject is in two different semesters and here you will see how to use the connections, design of members, and use of steel rod in the RCC structure and Steel structure. There is also the design of plate girder and industrial roof truss.
Final Year Projects Idea's

Construction Management and Estimation:

It is about building structures in the most efficient, sustainable, and safe way with looking forward to having an environment-friendly design. In management, you need to see everything is working on plan and outline maintenance and operation over the lifespan of the project.

Surveying:

In this subject, you have learned about the calculation of area, location of the catchment, road survey, and many more. 
Final Year Projects Idea's

Now I will list out some project topics which may help you in Final Year Project:

  1. Design and Analysis of Residential Buildings
  2. Design of Water Tanks
  3. Design of Industrial Buildings/Roof
  4. Design of Steel Truss and its Analysis 
  5. Design of Pile Foundation
  6. Design of Bridge
  7. Design of Flexible Pavement
  8. Design of Rigid Pavement
  9. Use of Geo-textile in Sub Grade
  10. Design of RCC over Head Tank
  11. Design of Multi-storied Building
  12. Green Building Design
  13. Design of RMC plant
  14. Design of RCC Bridge Slab
  15. Design of Gravity Dam
  16. Design of RCC chimney
  17. Design of Culverts
  18. Study of Seismic Design
  19. Design and Analysis of Steel Bridge Girder
  20. Design of Transmission Towers
  21. Study of Prestressed Concrete Slab
  22. Study of Prestressed Concrete Bridge Girder
  23. Study of Civil Engineering Software's
  24. Study of Drinking Water and it's Treatment
  25. Study of Sewage Treatment Plant
  26. Study of Solid Waste Management
  27. Design of Sedimentation Tank
  28. Design of Rectangular Water Tank
  29. Design of Dome Shape Water Tank
  30. Design of Circular Water Tank
  31. Design of Drainage System
  32. Construction & Estimation of Commercial Buildings
  33. Construction & Estimation of High Rise Buildings
  34. Concrete Mix Design
  35. Fiber Reinforced Concrete
  36. Transparent Concrete
  37. Green Concrete
  38. Geo Polymer Concrete 
  39. Analysis Using Software's
  40. Frame Analysis
  41. Beam Analysis
  42. Nanotechnology in Concrete
  43. Foundation Design
  44. Drawing in AutoCAD
  45. Identification of Ground Water Using GIS
  46. Identification of Accident Location
  47. Planning of Road Networks using GIS and Surveying
  48. Identification of Catchment Area
  49. Remote Sensing for Surveying
  50. Area Calculation Methods using different Methods in Surveying

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