1.
Goal and Scope: The goal and scope is the intent of what you plan on aanalysing. It explains the
reasoning behing the study as well as what the study will be on.
Inventory Analysis: The inventory a
1.1
To: Pablo K. Cornejo
From: Richard Bessette
Date: February 2, 2017
Sustainable development is defined by the Brundtland Commission as development which
meets the needs of the present without compr
Richard Bessette
CIVL 302 Section 2
Homework #2
1.18
1.
a. Principle: 4. System components should be designed to maximize mass, energy,
and temporal efficiency.
Definition: When we build things we nee
Richard Bessette
Class: CIVL 302
Section: 02
Homework #3
1.
Goal and Scope: The goal and scope is the intent of what you plan on analyzing. It explains the
reasoning behind the study as well as what t
Richard Bessette
1. Engineering Economic Analysis has to do with costs, revenues and benefits that occur at
different times. It can also be used to answer questions that are personally important( havi
September 1, 2016
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due September 8, 2016
Name: _
1. Complete the set of level notes below, including backsight and foresight sums and other
math checks. The elevation for
August 30, 2016
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due September 6, 2016
Name: _
1. Compute the error due to curvature and refraction for the following distances:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
700 ft
7000 ft
2.45 mi
September 20, 2016
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due September 27, 2016
Name: _
Vertical Angle Problem 1: For the radial survey data below, compute and complete the table of
values.
Given:
Total Stat
September 29, 2016
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due October 4, 2016
Name: _
Problem 1: For the radial survey data below, complete the table of values by computing the
elevation of the foresight poin
September 20, 2016
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due September 27, 2016
Name: _
Vertical Angle Problem 1: For the radial survey data below, compute and complete the table of
values.
Given:
Total Stat
September 8, 2015
CIVL 130, Surveying, Fall 2016
Due September 15, 2015
Name: _
Complete the set of survey notes below. On engineering paper, plot the cross section of the
existing roadway using the h
Accurate time is the key to
measuring distance to satellites.
Satellites are accurate because
they have atomic clocks.
Receiver clocks can be corrected
by an extra satellite range
measurement.
Spac
The Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Grid
Map Projections
The most convenient way to identify
points on the curved surface of the Earth
is with a system of reference lines called
parallels of latit
Unit Conversions
Lengths:
Standards for length were determined in 1960 by the General Conference of
Weights and Measures defined a meter as 1,659,763.73 wavelengths of orange-red light
produced by bur
Types of Time
Sidereal Time
Apparent
Mean
Solar Time
Apparent
Time by the Star
True Star Time
Uniform Star Time
Time by the Sun
True Sun Time (Sundial)
LCT
Local Civil Time
ST
Standard Time
UT
Univers
PUBLIC LANDS
SURVEY SYSTEM
AKA RECTANGULAR SURVEY SYSTEM
BY THOMAS JEFFERSON
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
LAND SURVEYOR
http:/www.blm.gov/cadastral/meridians/pmmap.jpg
Township Line
Range Line
Strain Rotational Transformation About a Principal Axis
(Note: Works for plane strain and plane stress, too)
" # = " x cos 2 # + " y sin 2 # + $ xy sin# cos#
"x%
(" x + " y ) + (" x & " y ) cos 2# + $
CIVL 311
Stress Transformations Plane Stress
F
n
= 0:
n = x cos 2 + y sin 2 + 2 xy sin cos
n =
F = 0:
t
(
y =
+ y)
2
nt =
x =
x
(
y)
x
2
(
x
+ y)
2
(
xy =
x
+ y)
2
(
x
(
+
y)
2
cos 2 + xy si
CIVL 311 Strength of Materials
Review for Midterm Exam 3
General Information: The exam may contain a variety of problem types (true/false, multiple choice,
short answer, numerical, etc.) but most of t
CIVL 311 Strength of Materials
Review for Midterm Exam 2
General Information: The exam may contain a variety of problem types (true/false, multiple choice,
short answer, numerical, etc.) but most of t
CIVL 311 Strength of Materials
Review for Midterm Exam 1
General Information: The exam may contain a variety of problem types (true/false, multiple
choice, short answer, numerical, etc.) but most of t
CIVL 311
Test 1 Review
Multi-Faceted Design
Select a wall thickness for the centrically-loaded tension member, as shown. (Not drawn to
scale).
Given:
Cross-section is to be a hollow square with const
CIVL 311 AXISYMMETRIC TORSION MEMBERS
ELASTOPLASTIC BEHAVIOR
Equation Supplement
Note: The equations shown below are valid for either solid or hollow members,
unless stated otherwise.
CASE I: Initial
CIVL 311 Elasto-Plastic Torsion
c m ax
=
c m ax
=
(axisymmetric, small deformations)
(same conditions as above, plus homogeneous, linear-elastic)
Dene:
T y = to r q u e p r o d u cin g in ital y ield