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FIELD WORK NO.
11
DETERMINATION OF THE AREA
OF A FIELD WHOSE CORNERS
ARE SIDESHOT FROM TRAVERSE
STATION
SUBMITTED BY:
SAMARTINO, JOHN MEGRYAN B.
CESE2 / 2013106636
GROUP NO. 3
SUBMITTED TO:
ENGR. B. A. CERVANTES
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ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
FIELD MANUAL
FI
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
SURVEYING  art of determining and measuring distance, direction, and elevation.
Types of error
1. Systematic error (cumulative error) effects can be eliminated by applying corrections.
2. Accidental errors  error w/c remain after mi
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING FIELD
MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 6
DIFFERENTIAL LEVELING WITH
TURNING POINTS
(DOUBLE RODDED)
CE1200F/B2
SUBMITTED BY:
NAME: Lacson, Calvin Joshua C.
GROUP NO. 4
STUDENT NO. : 2013101754
CHIEF OF THE PARTY:
DATE OF FIELD WORK: 10/29/15
DAT
II. INTRODUCTION
Leveling in which a continuous check is maintained on the accuracy of the leveling
procedure. It is called double rodding because it can be done most conveniently by two
rodmen. However, it is possible to carry out the procedure using onl
II. INTRODUCTION
A triangle is a polygon with three edges and three vertices. It is one of the basic shapes in
geometry. A triangle with vertices A, B, and C is denoted triangle ABC. The base of a triangle
can be any one of the three sides, usually the on
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING FIELD
MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 1
PACING ON LEVEL GROUND
CE1200F/B2
SUBMITTED BY:
NAME: Lacson, Calvin Joshua C.
GROUP NO. 4
STUDENT NO. : 2013101754
CHIEF OF THE PARTY: Cravantes, Jeriel Ian
DATE OF FIELD WORK: 10/08/15
DATE: OF SUBMISS
II. INTRODUCTION
A triangle is a polygon with three edges and three vertices. It is one of the basic shapes in
geometry. A triangle with vertices A, B, and C is denoted triangle ABC. The base of a triangle
can be any one of the three sides, usually the on
II. INTRODUCTION
In science, the slant or inclination of a line is a number that portrays both the heading and
the steepness of the line. Incline is regularly meant by the letter m. The course of a line is
expanding, diminishing, level or vertical. A line
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING FIELD
MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 2
TAPING ON A LEVEL AND ON
UNEVEN GROUND
CE1200F/B2
SUBMITTED BY:
NAME: Lacson, Calvin Joshua C.
GROUP NO. 4
STUDENT NO. : 2013101754
CHIEF OF THE PARTY: Cravantes, Jeriel Ian
DATE OF FIELD WORK: 10/08/15
II. INTRODUCTION
The elevation of a geographic location is its height above or below a fixed reference
point, most commonly a reference geoid, a mathematical model of the Earth's sea level as an
equipotential gravitational surface (see geodetic system, ve
II. INTRODUCTION
In survey, traverse is defined as the field operation of measuring the lengths and
directions of a series of straight lines connecting a series of points on the earth. Each of these
straight lines is called a traverse leg, and each point
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
Q1AY: 20152016
ROUTE SURVEYING
NAME: SAMARTINO, JOHN MEGRYAN B.
STUDENT #: 2013106636
COURSE/SECTION: CE1210/C2
DATE: JULY 21 2015
PROF. GARRY ALVIENTO
INSTRUCTOR
H
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, ENVIROMENTAL AND SANITARY ENGINEERING
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 1
PACING ON LEVEL GROUND
CE1200/A3
Submitted by:
Bayot, Jezza, B.
Student No. 2014103315
Group No. 1
Leader
Date of Fiel
1. Roadway and the first intermediate foresight is to be measured.
Compute the elevation
2. Tabulate the computed values and plot the profile output of the road
FINAL DATA SHEET
FIELDWORK 7
PROFILE LEVELING
DATE: August 20. 2015GROUP NO.: 1
TIME: 9am12:0
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, ENVIROMENTAL AND SANITARY ENGINEERING
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 3
TAPING ON SLOPING GROUND
CE1200/A3
Submitted by:
Bayot, Jezza, B.
Student No. 2014103315
Group No. 1
Leader: Jason Alb
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, ENVIROMENTAL AND SANITARY ENGINEERING
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 5
DIFFERENTIAL LEVELING WITH
AND WITHOUT TURNING POINTS
CE1200/A3
Submitted by:
Bayot, Jezza, B.
Student No. 2014103315
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, ENVIROMENTAL AND SANITARY ENGINEERING
ELEMENTARY SURVEYING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 8
DETERMINATION OF THE HEIGHT
OF A REMOTE POINT
CE1200/A3
Submitted by:
Bayot, Jezza, B.
Student No. 2014103315
Group No
QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
1. Why is it important to know the individuals pace factor?
Answer: It is important to know your pace factor because when you are in
circumstances wherein you have no measuring instruments to use, your pace
factor can be used as an
QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
1. What are the different sources of taping errors?
Answer: There are three (3) sources of taping errors:
a. Instrumental Error
b. Natural Error
c. Personal Error
2. Discuss the different ways to lessen them of fully eliminate tapin
Journal/Reflection
Expectations to the course

My expectations to this course are that would be able to learn everything that
is needed in this course and that I would likewise be able to make use of
them in the future. I am also expecting that our profe
II. INTRODUCTION
The azimuth is the angle between the north vector and the perpendicular projection of the star
down onto the horizon. The vector from an observer (origin) to a point of interest is projected
perpendicularly onto a reference plane; the ang
II. INTRODUCTION
In geometry, a polygon is traditionally a plane figure that is bounded by a finite chain of
straight line segments closing in a loop to form a closed chain or circuit. These segments are
called its edges or sides, and the points where two
Computation :
The computation of sample field notes is done in accordance with
the steps listed here under:
Computation of latitude and departure of each
The latitude of any side is:
cos(bearing)
Latitude = distance x
The departure of any side is:
sin(bea
GROUP NO. 5
CHIEF OF PARTY: Ong, Steven Leonard
MEMBERS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Paroa, Marie
Prospero, Chester
Remigio, Jerome G.
Santiago, James
5. Sevilla, Chloe
6. Te, Caloy
7. Topico, Lincoln
FIELD WORK NO. 2
TAPING ON A LEVEL AND ON UNEVEN GROUND
OBJECTIVES:
1.
GROUP NO. 5
CHIEF OF PARTY: Ong, Steven Leonard
MEMBERS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Paroa, Marie
Prospero, Chester
Remigio, Jerome G.
Santiago, James
5. Sevilla, Chloe
6. Te, Caloy
7. Topico, Lincoln
FIELD WORK NO. 1
PACING ON LEVEL GROUND
OBJECTIVES:
1. To obtain indiv
ELEMENTARY SURVERING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 4
DETERMINING THE AREA OF A POLYGONAL
FIELD USING ONLY THE TAPE
COURSE AND SECTION:
CE 1200F / B1
SUBMITTED BY:
SN. 36
NAME: REMIGIO, JEROME G.
GROUP NO. 5
STUDENT NO.: 2013107281
CHIEF OF PARTY: PROSPERO,
ELEMENTARY SURVERING
FIELD MANUAL
FIELD WORK NO. 5
DIFFERENTIAL LEVELING WITH AND WITHOUT
TURNING POINTS
COURSE AND SECTION:
CE 1200F / B1
SUBMITTED BY:
SN. 36 NAME: REMIGIO, JEROME G.
GROUP NO. 5
DATE OF FIELD WORK: 07/23/2015
STUDENT NO.: 2013107281
CH
Instruments/Apparatus Used:
Two (2) Range Poles
Chalk (for pavements)
50 meter tape
Discussion
Brief History on Surveying
Surveying has been important since the beginning of civilization. Today, the
importance of measuring and monitoring our environment i
Instruments/Apparatus Used:
Two (2) Range Poles
Chalk (for pavements)
50 meter tape
Discussion
Brief History on Surveying
Surveying has been important since the beginning of civilization. Today, the
importance of measuring and monitoring our environment i
MAPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Muralla St. Intramuros, Manila
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological
Engineering
FIELDWORK NO. 1
DETERMINING THE AREA OF A POLYGONAL
FIELD USING ONLY THE TAPE
COURSE AND SECTION: CE 1200F/B7
SUBMITTED BY:
NAME: HALINA