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L10Sep02 - Course Lecturers Prof. L.G. Tham Room 6-28,...

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CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 1 CIVL1009 Survey Introduction CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 2 Course Lecturers Prof. L.G. Tham • Room 6-28, Haking Wong Building • Tel.: 2859-1965 • Fax.: 2559-5337 • E-mail: [email protected] Dr. Tony N.N. Sze • LG2-08, Composite Building • Tel.: 2859-2662 • Fax.: 2517-0124 • E-mail: [email protected] • To download lecture notes: http://web.hku.hk/~szenn/civl1009.html CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 3 Course Content Major Topics • Levelling • Distance and angle measurement • Tacheometry • Traverse • Triangulation and trilateration • Theory of error • Network adjustment • Horizontal and vertical curves • Special topics: laser scanning technique, GPS, Photogrammetry CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 4 Course Content Schedule •L e c tu r e • Every Thursday, 8:30- 10:25 (CBA) •Tu to r i a
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CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 5 Course Content Reference material • Title: Surveying • Author: Arthur Bannister, Stanley Raymond and Raymond Baker • Edition number: 7 • Publication year: 1998 • Publisher: Prentice Hall • ISBN: 0582302495 CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 6 Introduction Definition of surveying • The science and art of • (i) determining the relative positions of points ( natural and man-made features ) above, on, or beneath the surface of the earth • (ii) establishing such points CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 7 Introduction Definition of surveying (cont’d) • Making measurements • Two Dimensions: Horizontal plane • Third dimensions: Levelling •Compu t a t ion s • Distances, areas, volumes • Presentation of information • Graphically: plotting the measurements to suitable scale to form a map, plan or section • Numerically CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 8 Introduction Use of surveying • To map the earth above and below the sea • To prepare navigational maps (land, air, sea) • To establish boundaries of public and private lands • To develop databases for natural resource management
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CIVL 1009 Survey (2010-2011 Semester 1) Introduction 9 Introduction Major methods of surveying • Geodetic surveying • Takes into account the theoretical shape of the earth • Requires knowledge of spherical geometry • Requires survey in high accuracy • Cover large areas • Plane surveying • Assumes that the survey area is a flat plane • Measurements plotted represent the projection on the horizontal plane of
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course CIVL 1009 taught by Professor Proftam during the Spring '10 term at HKU.

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