The University of Western Ontario
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL & MATERIALS ENGINEERING
MME 2259a - Product Design & Development
Assignment 1
NOTE: Marks will be assigned on the basis of correctness of solution, and thoroughness and clarity of
presentation.
Ar
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 3
Earthwork
1 a. Explain why cut and fill volumes are totaled separately.
b. Problem from the book:
2- In the plate given in lectures cross section leveling
2-1Draw, not-to-scale, the cross section at station 1+00
2-2 If the
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 1
Coordinate Geometry
1- Use Wolfpack to solve for the missing angles and sides in the following triangles:
Triangl
e
1
2
3
A
40 20 40
?
?
Angles
B
66 40 10
?
?
For all triangles:
C
?
92 21 42
?
Side length
b
c
?
136.45
200.4
Homework 6 - Answers
1 Solve the following problems of the textbook:
16-4 Consider the maps purpose, scale, and diversity of relief when choosing a contour
interval. Cost may also be a factor.
16.94% = 4 ft/100 ft = 5 ft / X ft
X = 125 ft
125 ft/200 ft/in
Homework 4 - Answers
1 Describe how the total station employs different wavelengths to measure a distance.
The EDM sends out varying wavelengths in order to measure each significant digit of a distance.
The phase shift is measured by phase shift/360 * wav
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 8
Surveys of the Public Lands
1- Why are the boundaries of the public lands established by dully appointed
surveyors unchangeable, even though incorrectly set in original surveys?
2- What is the nominal (theoretical) distance
Homework 5 - Answers
1 Use WOLFPACK
Horizontal Curve Notes - Arc Definition
~
Project 2
Defining Curve Parameters
=
Curve to the right of the back tangent as viewed from the PC.
Intersection Angle = 6433'04"
Degree of Curvature = 1608'23"
Radius = 355.00
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
CEE 316
Surveying Engineering
Homework 3 - Answer
1 a. Explain why cut and fill volumes are totaled separately Solve the following problems of the
Answer
Cut and fill volumes are totaled separately because
CEE 357 Homework 4
Each problem is credited with 0.36 points.
Problem 1 (Textbook Problem 4.1, 0.3 points) consider a carcinogenic VOC with the doseresponse curve shown in Figure P4.1. If 70 kg people breath 20 m3/day of air containing 10-3
mg/m3 of this
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 6
Mapping Surveys
1. Explain why the choice of contour intervals is affected by map scale.
Contour intervals used in small-scale maps are larger than counter intervals used
in larger-scale maps. If we choose a small counter i
CEE 316
GeoSurveying
Homework 5
Horizontal and Vertical Curves
1. Use Wolfpack to compute the values required to layout the horizontal and vertical curve of
project 2. Include a copy of the printout, and keep one copy for field work in project 2.
2. a. Wh
CEE 317 (GeoSurveying)
Instructor: Dr. Kamal Ahmed
19 October 2016
Homework 3
1) A. Explain why cut and fill volumes are totaled separately. Cut and fill volumes are
measured differently because the densities of the two are different. For example, if an
a
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 7
Coordinate Systems and Transformations
1. Compute the Geodetic Azimuth of the line AB. The Longitude and latitude values are:
A (47 38' 00"N, 122 12' 00"W)
B (47 50' 00"N, 122 20' 00"W)
Both points are in the north zone of
WolfPack
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Datum: GRS80
Washington North
X = 471,458.2500 m
Y = 46,854.6800 m
Latitude = 4725'14.84447"N
Longitude = 12112'41.69404"W
Scale = 1.0000157171 Radius : 5,806,994.0665
Convergence angle = -016'53.8089"
WolfPack
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Datum: GRS80
Washington North
X = 774,420.2100 m
Y = 96,745.2100 m
Latitude = 4748'40.89908"N
Longitude = 11710'04.15166"W
Scale = 0.9999564947 Radius : 5,763,570.0698
Convergence angle = 243'44.5773"
WolfPack
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Datum: GRS80
Washington South
X = 749,535.1762 m
Y = 280,736.4062 m
Latitude = 4748'41.00000"N
Longitude = 11710'04.00000"W
Scale = 1.0001447141 Radius : 5,908,487.5732
Convergence angle = 225'13.8438"
WolfPack
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Datum: GRS80
Washington North
X = 397,299.1161 m
Y = 71,327.1768 m
Latitude = 4738'00.00000"N
Longitude = 12212'00.00000"W
Scale = 0.9999777978 Radius : 5,783,363.3793
Convergence angle = -101'03.0400"
WolfPack
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Datum: GRS80
Washington North
X = 387,714.1206 m
Y = 93,745.8209 m
Latitude = 4750'00.00000"N
Longitude = 12220'00.00000"W
Scale = 0.9999545281 Radius : 5,761,127.1275
Convergence angle = -107'00.4098"
Horizontal Curve Notes Arc Definition
PROJECT 2 Horizontal Curve
Defining Curve Parameters
Curve to the right of the back tangent as viewed from the PC.
Intersection Angle = 6433'04"
Degree of Curvature = 1608'23"
Circular Curve Long Chord
Middle Ordi
STATIONS
LINE
BEARINGS
LENGTH (ft)
L
B
AZIMUTH
AZ
A
MEASURED
ANGLE
ADJUSTMENT
ADJUSTED
ANGLE
(-) 1'
128*57'
(-) 1'
138*03'
(-) 1'
110*23'
(-) 1'
125*56'
(-) 1'
85*56'
130*46'
(-) 1'
130*45'
720*6'
(-) 6'
720*
A=
AB
701.82
N 32*21' E
32*21'
B
128*58'
B=
BC