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Department & Faculty: Page :1 ofS
Department of Givil Engineering,
Centre of Diploma Studies SPACE

Course Gode: Semester:2


Engineering Survey (DDPA 1024) Academic Session: 201312014
Total Contact Hours :
160 hours

Lecturer En. Abdullah Bin Othman

Room No. J2-201

Telephone No. 03-26154776 / 019-6630312


E-mail abdullah@ic.utm.my

Synopsis
. This course introduces the basic knowledge of surveying and mapping, survey
regulation, role of JUPEM and Licence Surveyors. Plans and maps: types,
components, design and plotting method. Levelling: techniques and its
application in civil engineering projects. Principle and method of basic surveying:
angle, bearing and distance. Traverse surveying: types, application, computation
and adjustment. Detail survey: Technique of measurement, booking,
computations and plan drawing. Automation in surveying and its applicaiion in
civil engineering projects. lntroduction and calculating various type of road
curve: simple curve, transition curve and vertical curve. It also covers the
various calculating areas: by rectilinear, irregular and from coordinate. ltwill also
cover calc,ulating volumes: from cross-sections, from spot heights and from
contour lines. Mass-haul diagrams will also be covered in*this course.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of the course, students should be able to:

No Course Learning Outcome Programme Taxanomy Assessment


Learning Level and Methods
Outcome(s) Soft Skills
Addressed
1. Apply the automation concept in surveying. PO1 C3 PR, As, T, F

2. Solve various computationalworks and problem POI C3


solving relating in survey engineering PR, As, T, F
applications.

J- Demonstrate the skill in handling surveying P02 P4 PR


instruments to carry out survey works precisely.

4. Work in team to accomplish a project to produce PO5 A3, TSl PR, Peer
survey plans. Assessment
(As -Assignment, T - Test, F - Final, PR - Project report)

by:
Prepared
I CertifieU by: (Course panel Head)
Name: I Name:
Signature: I Signature:
Date: I Date:
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rDepartment & Faculty: Page:2of5


Department of Civil Engineering,
Gentre of Diploma Studies SPACE

Course Code: Semester:2


Engineering Survey (DDPA 1024) Academic Session: 201312014
Total Contact Hours :

160 hours

STUDENT LEARNING TIME

Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Time (hours)

1. Face-to-Face Learning
a. Lecturer-Centered Learning
i. Lecture 28
b. Student-Centered Learning
i. Field work 60
ii. Survey Project 30

2. Self-Directed Learn ing


a. Non Face-to-Face or Non Student-Centered Learning such
information search, group discussion, assignment 13
b. Revision 10
c. Assessment Preparations 11

c- Formal Assessment
1. ContinuousAssessment
2. Final Exam

Total 160

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning, lndependent Study, Field Work and Survey project.
COURSE OUTLINE

Depaftment & Faculty: Page:3of5


Department of Civil Engineering,
Centre of Diploma Studies SpACE

Course Code:
Semester:2
Engineering Survey (DDPA 1024)
Academic Session: 201312014
Total Contact Hours :
160 hours

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Week 1 : 1.0 lntroduction To Surveying


1.1 Definition and purposes of surveying.
Field Work 1.2 Types of surveying.
1.3 Classification of land surveying.
1.4 Role of JUPEM and Licence Surveyors.
Week 2 : 2.0 Plan and Map
2.1 Definition and classification of plan/map.
Field Work 2.2 Differences small scale and large scale of maps.
2.3 Components of plan/map.

Weeks 3 3.0 Bearing/Angle and Distance


2.1 lntroduction.
Field Work 2.2 Method of observation/measurement.

Week 4 4.0 Levelling


41 Definition, principle and purposes of levelling.
Field Work 4
? Technique of measurement and booking.
4 3 Computations and adjustment of levelling.
4.4 Sources of errors in levelling.
Weeks 5 - 6 5.0 Traverse Surveying
9 1 Definition, principle and purposes of traverse survey.
Field Work 5.2 Classification of traverse survey.
Test 1 3 Technique of traverse measurement and booking.
I5.4 Computations and adjustment of traverse.
5.5 Sources of errors in traversing.
Week 7 6.0 Detail Surveying

Field Work
I 1 Definition,
Technique
principle and purposes of detait survey.
92
6.3
of measurement, booking and compuiations.
Plan drawing.

$EMESTER BREAK

Week B 7.0 The automation concept in Sunveying.


Definition and purposes of surveying.
Survey Project U
7.2 Data collection.
7.3 Data Processing.
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Department of Civil Engineering,
Gentre of Dioloma Studies SPACE

Course Code: Semester:2


Engineering Survey (DDPA 1024) Academic Session: 201312014
Total Contact Hours :

160 hours

Week I 8.0 Road Curve.


8.1 lntroduction and classification of road curve.
Field Work 8.2 Simple circular curve: elements, formulae, designation and setting out.

Week 10 9.0 Transition Curve.


9.1 lntroduction.
Assignments 9.2 Formulae, computation, designation and setting out.

Week 11 10.0 Vertical Curve.


10.1 lntroduction.
Assignments 10.2 Formulae, computation, designation and setting out.

Week 12 11.0 Area and Volumes.


11.1 Computations of area by rectilinear, irregular and from coordinates.
Assignments 11.2 Computations of volume from cross-sections, spot heights and contour lines.

Week 13 13.0 Mass-Haul Diagrams.


13.1 Definition, principle and purposes of mass-hall diagrams.
Assignments 13.2 Technique and computations.

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Week Revision
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Department & Faculty; Page:5of5


Department of Civil Engineering,
Centre of Diploma Studies SPACE

Course Code: Semester:2


Engineering Survey (DDPA 1024) Academic Session: 201312014
Total Contact Hours :
160 hours

REFERENCES , I ffiIflffiffi:#j*1il:,rt?l? ffi.l?;,J#Jo" untuk Jurutera"

3. Kavanagh, B.F. "Surveying with Contruction Application". Pearson Prentice Hall.


New Jersey. USA. 2010.
4. Ghilani C.D, Wolf. P.R. "Elementary Surveying:An lntroduction to Geomatics".
Twefth Edition.Pearson and Prentice Hall. New Jersey. USA. 2008.
5. Uren, J. and Price, W.F. Surveying for engineers.4tn Edition. Palgrave Macmilan.
New York. 2006.
6. Wolf. P.R. , GhilaniC.D, "Elementary Surveying:An lntroduction to Geomatics".
Eleventh Edition. Pearson and Prentice Hall. New Jersey. USA. 2006.
7. Nathanson, J., Lanzafama, M.T., Kissam, P.. "Surveying Fundamentals and
Practices". Fifth Edition. Pearson Prentice Hall. New Jersey. USA. 2006
8. Kavanagh, B.F. "Geomatics". Prentice Hall. New Jersey: USA. 2003.
9. .Laporan Tahunan 1996 - JUPEM.
GRADING

No. Assessment Number % each % total Dates


I Assignments 4 25 10 Weeks 4-13
2 Survey Project 1
'10 10 3 Days
J Practical 4 2.5 10

4 Test 1 1 10 10 Week 6
5 Test 2 1 10 10 Week 14
6 Final Exam 1 50 50
Overall Total 100