82114 Surveying (2)

Course Description

The Course DescrSurveying Drafting and Computations: General, Maps and Plans, Plotting, Contour Maps, Profiles, Cross- sections, End areas and Volumes, Prismoidal formula, Calculation of volumes, Area computations, Area by graphical analysis, Use of surveying software.
Highway and Railway Curves: Route surveys, Circular curves, Deflections and Chord calculations, Setting out circular curve by various methods, Compound curves, Reverse, Vertical, Parabolic curves, Computation of the high or low point on a vertical curve, Design considerations, Spiral curves, Spiral curve computations, Approximate solution for spiral problems, Superelevation.
Construction Surveys: Introduction, Horizontal and Vertical control, Buildings, Rail Road, Pipelines and other construction surveys.
Hydrographic Surveys: General, Objectives of hydrographic survey and electronic charting, Planning, Survey vessels, Vertical control, Depth and Tidal measurements, Position-fixing techniques, Sounding plan, Horizontal control, Processing and Presentation of data.
Photogrammetry: Introduction, Aerial photogrammetry and its applications, Flying heights, Flight planning, Relief displacement, Photograph overlap, Ground control for mapping, Mosaics, Stereoscopic viewing and parallax, Stereo plotting instruments, Analytical plotters, Orthophotos, Photogrammeteric mapping.
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Credits

    3

Books for this Course

  • Route Surveying and Design; Harper Collins Publishers, by Carle F. Meyer and David W. Gibson, 1980

Times Offered

  • September 2015
  • January 2016

Course Prerequisite

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