CEE 2814 Measurements Lab 4
Closed Link & Loop Traverse
Objective:
Traverse survey refers to locating points in a horizontal plane by measuring horizontal angles
and distances. But in this lab we are combining topographic survey (elevations) along with
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CEE 2814
Lab 5 Topographic Survey
Measurements
CEE 2814 Measurements Lab 5
Topographic Survey
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to make a topographic (elevation) map of the outlined area
shown on the Duck Pond Map (please refer to below).
Needed:
1.
CEE 2814
Lab 3 Leveling
Measurements
CEE 2814 Measurements Lab 3
Leveling
Objective:
The objective of this field problem is to learn the procedure used to establish the
elevations of points in the field and to develop an understanding of the effects of er
CEE 2814
Appendix-II
6-24-09
Procedure to Setup TSI
1. Objective: Total station instruments (TSIs) are complex and expensive surveying tools that help
in the measurement of all types of geographic characteristics. Because of the high price and
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CEE 2814 Lab #: Lab Title
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CEE 2814
Appendix-VI
Measurements
Procedure to measure distances and angles
Horizontal and Vertical Distance Measurement:
1. Objective: use the TSI to obtain horizontal and vertical distances to points of
interest.
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CEE 2814
HW 1 Solution
Homework 1A
Calculate the mean, median, and mode for the data.
Mean = 2.42 Median = 2.2 Mode = 1.9
Compute the population standard deviation.
Population Std Dev = 0.60
Using the Mendenhall and Sincich method discussed in class, comp
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Date:
11/9/16
Re:
CEE 2814 Lab 5: Topography
This lab was performed to familiarize students with the steps involved in creating a topographic
(elevation) map. The land surveyed for the purpose of this lab was of the Duck Pond Area along
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CEE 2814 Measurements Laboratory
Lab 4 - Traverse
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CEE 2814 Measurements Lab: #1
Data Visualization and Analysis
08/31/16
Wednesday
I.
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to familiarize ourselves with how to interpret and analyze
data using different features on Excel, mainly formulas and functions.
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Date: 10/5/16
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CEE 2814 Lab #3: Leveling
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Objective
The overall objective of this lab was to learn how to effectively and efficiently set up an
auto-level and take accurate data measurements using it. Furthermore, we were tasked with
establishing
CEE 2814
Lab 2
Lab 2 Introduction to Spatial Measurements
Objectives
Learn the procedure to set up the TSI.
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CEE 2814
Lab 1
Lab 1 - Data Visualization and Data Analysis
Objective:
To learn intermediate features of Excel, with main items of focus being formulas and functions,
creating macros, graphing, and analyzing data. To use Excel for descriptive statistics a
CEE 2814
Appendix-II
6-24-09
Procedure to Setup TSI
1. Objective: Total station instruments (TSIs) are complex and expensive surveying tools that help
in the measurement of all types of geographic characteristics. Because of the high price and
relative fr
CEE 2814
Appendix-VI
Measurements
Procedure to measure distances and angles
Horizontal and Vertical Distance Measurement:
1. Objective: use the TSI to obtain horizontal and vertical distances to points of
interest.
Figure 3: Measuring Horizontal & Vertica
CEE 2814
Lab 2
Lab 2 Introduction to Spatial Measurements
Objectives
Learn the procedure to set up the TSI.
Learn how to make a preliminary estimate of the elevation of an inaccessible point.
Equipment Needed
Total Station Instrument (TSI)
Tripod
Prism Po
Appendix IV
Duck Pond Control Points and Benchmarks
CEE 2814
Civil Engineering Measurements
Control Point Listing
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CEE 2814
Lab 3 Leveling
Measurements
CEE 2814 Measurements Lab 3
Leveling
Objective:
The objective of this field problem is to learn the procedure used to establish the
elevations of points in the field and to develop an understanding of the effects of er
CEE 2814 Measurements Lab 4
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