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SUG413 - Advanced Engineering Survey (Route Survey)

SUG413 - Advanced Engineering Survey (Route Survey)

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Published by: Muhammad Ruzaini on May 25, 2011
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CONTENTSNO
 
TITLE
 
1
 
 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
 
2
 
INTRODUCTION
 
3
 
OBJECTIVES
 
4
 
SITE PLAN
 
5
 
DIARY
 
6
 
WORKING PROCEDURE
 
7
 
COMMENT & SUGGESTION
 
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SUMMARY
 
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DETAIL, CROSS SECTION AND LONG SECTION PLAN
 
DIAGRAM
 
 
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CKNOWLEDGEMENT
We would like to express our appreciation to many of the people who havecontributed to the completion of this practical report. We especially want to thanks En.Johar b. Ahmad.Very special thanks to En. Johar for his continuous supervision and guidanceduring our practical work. Honestly, we are very thankful for his help, advice andmotivation in all aspects. Thanks a lot for teaching us the theory, knowledge, techniquesand a few skills on how the route survey is carried out. Firstly, to make this practicalworks, at first we had to team up with the other teams to do alignment so we also like toexpress our gratitude to the others team members.We greatly appreciate all our group member for the cooperation, help andsupport during when the practical work is done until the final preparation of this report.To the seniors and fellow friends, thanks a lot for your information and contribution thathave helped us so much in preparing this report. Thanks also to those who are directlyor indirectly contributed something for this practical report. Thanks you all.
 
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INTRODUCTION
Route surveying is comprised of all survey operations required for design andconstruction of engineering works such as highways, pipelines, canals, or railroads.Route surveying is needed for the purpose of selecting the best route between 2 terminior end stations, and to find the most suitable combination of alignment, gradient andother details of the selected route.Route surveying can be divided into the following operations.i. Reconnaissanceii. Preliminary surveyiii. Location surveyiv. Construction surveyThe details of surveying methods used on a particular project depend upon the nature of the project, the topography and many other factors.
Reconnaissance
Generally done by a very experienced engineer who is familiar with the terrainand who has been involved in the design and planning of various other similar projects.The main objective of reconnaissance is to collect information about the topographybetween 2 termini for the purpose of the selection of a narrow band along which theroute can be located. It is a rapid and rough survey job. Steps in reconnaissance are:i. collect and study information about the areaii. visit to the site to examine the areaiii. determine approximate elevations and distancesiv. preparing a preliminary report

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