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
1/2
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework 1
Coordinate Geometry
1- Use Wolfpack to solve for the missing angles and sides in the following triangles:
Triangle
1
2
3
A
40 20 40
33 6 26
35 43 0
Angles
B
66 40 10
54 31 52
96 16 2
For all triangles:
C
72 59 10
92 21
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
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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 1
Coordinate Geometry
1- Use Wolfpack to solve for the missing angles and sides in the following triangles:
Triangle
1
2
3
A
40 20 40
54 31 52
35 43 0
Angles
B
66 40 10
33 6 26
96 16 2
For all triangles:
C
72 59 10
92 21 42
4
CEE 317
GeoSurveying
Homework
AutoCAD Civil 3D
For this assignment, you will need to create a Contour Map in Civil 3D using the
Contours_Mueller_Points.csv file. Refer to the Civil 3D tutorial when creating the contour map.
Use the drawing template (Civil
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
1. Use Wolfpack to compute the coordinates the point that you occupied on the roof during
lab1 by the method of resection. If we could not occupy the points on the roof, solve
problem 11-19 using wolfPack.
Answer: My data: A point: x = 1,636,339.58, y = 2
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
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
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
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
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
CEE 317
Instructor: Dr. Kamal
October 31, 2016
Homework 5
2)
a) What is the degree of curvature of the following horizontal curves if the value of R is: 7750,
1000, or 3500 ft. Using the following equation =
If R=7750 ft. then: =
5729.58
7750
= 0 44"21
If
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
CEE 317
Instructor: Dr. Kamal
l
November 17, 2016
Homework 8
1) Why are the boundaries of the public lands established by dully appointed surveyors
unchangeable, even though incorrectly set in original surveys?
The boundaries were appointed unchangeable t
CEE 317
Instructor: Dr. Kamal Ahmed
14 October 2016
Homework 2
1) Explain Why.
A. Some errors in leveling can be eliminated by keeping the backsight and the foresight
distances equal? One of the main errors in geosurveying measurement is caused by
curvatu
Homework 6
1) Explain why the choice of contour intervals is affected by the map scale. The choice of contour
intervals and the map scale will affect the legibility of the map.
2) 100 points were selected on a map of scale 1in: 200 ft. to be tested. Their
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
Instructor: Dr. Kamal
November 15, 2016
Homework 7
1) Compute the Geodetic Azimuth of the line AB. The Longitude and latitude values are:
Point A:
Point B:
387,714.1206 397,299.1161
1 ( ) = 1 (
) = 23856" (4) = 336514"
93,745.8509 71,327.1768
Cent
Data Adjustment:
Horizontal Curve:
We use the Wolfpack for this process, we chose the Horizontal Curves Arc Definition
from the menu. Enter the values of I, P, and PI motion. We chose option (4) for the total
chord method and change the motion distance to
Second Project
Data Acquisition:
Horizontal Curve:
For the first lab in this project, we started by establishing a horizontal curve using
the concept of deflection angles from a certain line, namely PC-PI. Before we went
out to the field, we established a
Results
Horizontal Curve:
The following data is the error between the actual measurements and
design measurement.
Station
Actual Cord length Theoritical Cord length
difference
44+80
19.9
20
-0.1
44+60
20
20
0
44+46
20.1
20
0.1
44+20
20
20
0
44+00
20
20
0