1. For the following data, compute the horizontal distance for a recorded slope
distance AB:
a. AB = 2540.450 ft, slope angle = +52028
b. AB = 1486.793 m, difference in elevation A to B = -15.468 m.
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slope Angle
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HOMEWORK#2
1- On a large lake without waves, how far from shore is a sailboat when the top
of its 20-ft mast disappears from the view of a person lying at the waters
edge?
2- In trigonometric leveling from point A to point B, the slope d
1- On a large lake without waves, how far from shore is a sailboat when the top
of its 20-ft mast disappears from the view of a person lying at the waters
edge?
h = 20 ft
d = 1000 20/0.0206 = 31158.85 ft
d = 31158.85 / 5280 = 5.9 mi.
2- In trigonometric
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Hydraulics
Basic Types of Aquifers
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Example Solution
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Example 2
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resist a positive
Instructor: Dr. Farid H. Abed
American University of Sharjah
Office: EB1-210
Tel: 5152493
e-mail: [email protected]
Semester: Spring 2017
College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
P. O. Box 26666
Sharjah, UAE
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HOMEWORK#1
1. What is the primary objective of professional surveying licensure?
2. Describe the required procedures to become a registered professional
surveyor in USA, UK, and UAE.
3. Convert the following measures from their given uni
1. Tabulate all the data needed to lay out a simple circular curve. The deflection angle is 11955
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32, and the radius is 55 m. Use a partial chord length of 20 m. Calculate the data needed if this
curve is to be stacked out using a theodolite and a total s
1. The coordinates of the corners of a triangular land are A(1110,1226),
B(1468,1612), and C(1752,1340). The area is to be divided into two equal
parts by line MN, where M is a point on AB, and N is a point on BC, and line
MN is parallel to AC. Calculate
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