1. Explain why the choice of contour intervals is affected by map scale.
To indicate the terrain properly, the contour intervals should change with the map scale, if we
keep using the same contour intervals
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.
The Global Positioning System (GPS)
1- Refer to the attached figure of a polar map to answer the following problems. The
Table titled GPS-Multi-Site Mission Planning Satellite Visibility is given as a check in
problem A, i
L-1 (LAB PROBLEM): 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 wo
Horizontal Distance Measurement and Traverses
1 Describe how the total station employs different wavelengths to measure a distance.
The total station sends out a 1, 10, 100, etc. wavelength and then measures the fraction of
1 a. Explain why cut and fill volumes are totaled separately.
Because of the conversion factor, we need to get cut and fill volumes separately and then
calculate whether more soil is needed for filling or not.
Theory of Measurements and Errors
1- In the triangle ABC, given the angles: A= 59 59' 58" 3", and B= 59 59' 59" 2"
Compute the value and standard deviation of the angle C.
C = 180 A B = 600003
Standard deviation of C = sqrt
Surveys of the Public Lands
1- Why are the boundaries of the public lands established by duly appointed surveyors
unchangeable, even though incorrectly set in original surveys?
Because correcting errors now would disrupt to
1- Use Wolfpack to solve for the missing angles and sides in the following triangles:
40 20 40
33 06 26
35 43 00
66 40 10
54 31 52
96 16 02
For all triangles:
72 59 10
92 21 4
Coordinate Systems and Transformations
1- Compute the Geodetic Azimuth of the line AB. The Longitude and latitude values are:
A (4738' 00"N, 12212' 00"W)
B (4750' 00"N, 12220' 00"W)
Both points are in the north zone of WA s
CEE 220 . Stress States Lab Exercise
The purpose of this lab 13 to provide practice analyzing stress states, with an emphasis on 2 D coordinate
transformations and related' lssues.
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Consider the\3Dy stress blo
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CEE 220 AXlal Loadlng Lab Exercise
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The purpose of this lab is to provide further practice analyzing 1D axial loading behavior, and to apply '
the basic ideas in a simple experimental context.
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CEE 220 Pressre VGSSGIS ' Lab Exercise
The purpose of this worlcsheet is to provide further practice analyzing stress states associated with
pressure vessels, with an emphasis on Mohrs circle, combined loadings, and related issues.
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CEE 220 Statics and Design Lab Exercise
The purpose of this lab is to improve statics skills on a real world problem and to explore some basic:
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Problem 1 - Static S
TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND
THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Explain 3Ds framework;
Define what is neotraditional neighborhood;
Define what is elasticity;
Analyze the link between BE and travel behaviors;
Contrast TOD in differen
Recall key phases of US transport planning process;
Identify functions of MPOs and their relations with other
Describe the transportation planning process in your own
WHY AND HOW DO WE
Explain concepts such as travel, trips, and trajectories; and
characteristics of trips
Explain comprehensively why travel as the derived demand
Explain the various factors that affect our tr
AND DECISION MAKING IN
THE REAL WORLD
Relay the need and the various issues concerned in public
Explain various decision making models;
Identify groups that are most at stake for a pro
Know the origin of conformity, explain what is
conformity and describe the associated process;
State and differentiate different funding sources
for transportation projects
Articulate the signi