Trigger Words Week 1
MW
Bank measure
BCM - Measure of material in its natural state not excavated/compacted.
MW
FF
Loose measure
LCM Measure of material in an excavated state
Load Factor = Loose Density Bank Density = bank vol / loose vol
MW
FF
Compacted

Civl2810 Engineering Survey and Construction Camps
. Part A - Exercise No. 1 (The Practical Part) Page 2 of 3
The Engineering Const Task (you may need tutoring in this)
After handing in your reduced observations you will be given a table of reduced levels

EXERCISE 2 WEBBS Ck
i. The area covered by the grid is a
35 x 20 m area to be excavated down
to RL95 forconstruction purposes.
2. Take Levels at the 40 points on the
grid using A1 as RLlO0.00
3. Produce a contour plan on A4 paper
contour interval 0.5 met

CIVL2810 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & SURVEYING
WEBBS CREEK CAMP EXERCISE #3
CURVE OFFSET PROBLEM
Team N0. .Z.O.>I.
.
Members 50%? OMpA f NICMomg MCIaxngM/x \
.
DATA VALUES: RADIUS R= IQ m; OFFSET DISTANCE S = ['5 m
RADIUS R
OFFSET S
(
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OF

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CIVL2810 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & SURVEYING
SURVEY PRACTICAL #3
DISTANCES
1.
INTRODUCTION
The aim of this practical session is to allow students to familiarise themselves with electronic survey
Total Stations which are used f

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CIVL2810 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & SURVEYING
SURVEY PRACTICAL #1
LEVELLING
1.
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this exercise is to introduce students to the principles and practice of differential leveling.
Initially a two peg test

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CIVL2810 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & SURVEYING
SURVEY PRACTICAL #4
TRAVERSE
1.
INTRODUCTION
The aim of this exercise is to establish the coordinates of a series of benchmarks by carrying out a
closed loop traverse. The coordinat

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CIVL2810 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION & SURVEYING
SURVEY PRACTICAL #2
ANGLES
1.
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this exercise is to allow students to become familiar with the basic operations of a
simple digital (electronic) theodolite

WEBB'SECK EXERCISE 4 m
Team No.
Names
TBM PEG 99.000
D ' $OPH. 9. Oh lsan
PEG A
(Proposed Sewer Pipe with
iL Top of Peg minus 1300
Proposed Sewer Pipe
Fall (Slope) at 1 in 60
(1.667%)
EXISTING 1509 PIPE (EXPOSED TO
ALLOW A LEVEL CHECK)
EXESTING 15

CIVL2810 Engineering Construction & Surveying
SURVEYING FIELD NOTES
1. General
Surveying field notes, whether in written or electronic form, are the only permanent record of
work done in the field. If they are incomplete, incorrect, lost or destroyed, all

Station
Mean
Horizontal
Distance(m)
R1 to R2
R2 to R3
R3 to R4
R4 to S2
S2 to R1
41.3185
32.4185
38.146
7.01
22.386
Mean Vertical
Distance(m)
-1.516
0.782
2.028
-1.5515
0.225
Traverse
Data
For Calculation
Station
Observed Angle Correction
Corrected
Angle

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CIVL2810 Engineering Construction & Surveying
Tutorial H2 Earthworks (Part 2)
Introduction:
The first task in relation to Project H involved the calculation of the approximate volume of material
to be excavated from the site. Part 2 is the

Civ 2810/9810Course related Trigger Words, Project H Trigger words, (re-posted 1 June 2016)
Approx week (Sequence) /Topic Number
1
bank measure, loose measure , compacted measure, measures best for contractual
agreements, before and after measurement, DTM