Preliminary Surveying II

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Course Code: 
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

A continuation of the beginners’ course in surveying. It includes the basic surveying concepts and methods of measurement, and the basic equipment, with an emphasis on levelling, which has a major role in Civil  Engineering  projects.   Much  of this is introductory,  while  the Field  Data Collection course CES1204 goes into more depth in some of the same aspects.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Objectives:

  •      The purpose of this course is to reinforce what is meant by surveying, both theoretically and in practice.
  •      To interest the student in further methods of measurement and their purpose.
  •      To particularly interest the student in the level instrument as a means of measuring difference in height.
  •       Team work.
Learning Outcomes: 
  •  Have an interest in what can be achieved with the different methods of measurement,  using the level and theodolite instruments..
  •  Should be able to take proper care, and adjust the instruments,  or take the necessary action when an instrument is not in adjustment.
  •       Should be able to check his/her work.
  •       Produce contoured scaled drawings.
Preliminary Surveying II
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