ENGINEERING SURVEYING – II
Surveying Drafting andComputations:
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 RailwayCurves:
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 lowpoint on a vertical curve, Design considerations, Spiral curves, Spiralcurve computations, Approximate solution for spiral problems, Super elevation.
Introduction, Horizontal and Vertical control, Buildings, Rail Road,Pipelines and other construction surveys.
General, Objectives of hydro graphic survey and electronic charting,Planning, Survey vessels, Vertical control, Depth and Tidalmeasurements, Position-fixing techniques, Sounding plan, Horizontalcontrol, Processing and Presentation of data.
Introduction, Aerial photogrammetric and its Applications, Flyingheights, Flight planning, Relief displacement, Photograph overlap,Ground control for mapping, Mosaics, Stereoscopic viewing andParallax, Stereo plotting instruments, Analytical plotters, Orthophotos,Photogrammetric mapping.
General, Geodesy Universal Transverse Mercator grid system,Modified Transverse Mercator grid system, State plane coordinate gridsystem, Lambert projection, Computations for the Lambert projection,Computations for the Transverse Mercator Secant Projection, Use of grid coordinates, Horizontal control techniques, Triangulation, Controlsurvey markers, Direction of a line by observations on Polaris, Timeand procedure for Observing Polaris, Computation technique for azimuth determination, Gyro theodolite
Global PositioningSystem (GPS):
Background information, Global positioning, Receivers, Satellites,Errors, GPS surveying techniques and applications, Survey planning,Initial ambiguity resolution, Vertical positioning.
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