California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department CE 204 Spring 2015
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PROJECT CE 220
Objective of project: Students shall design a Figure of eight Go-Cart race-track for the area in front of the
Old Stables. A file with the contours for the area will be provided as starting point. The students will have
to design the horizo
NAME JANGWON LEE
CE 220
TEST 2
OPEN BOOK
Due Wednesday March 8 2017
NOTE
1. ALL TESTS MUST BE COMPLETED IN INK
2. ALL TEST MUST HAVE THE STUDENTS NAME TYPED IN THE TOP RIGHT
CORNER OF PAGE 1.
3. THE CERTIFICATE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FINAL PAGE MUST BE
SIGN
CE 304
Structural Analysis I
Case Study Project
Group Members:
Joseph Cardillo
Instructor:
Lisa Wang
Christian Dy
Andrew Crutchfield
Due Date:
October 11, 2016
Introduction
MSE200
Lecture 9 (CH. 7.1-7.2)
Mechanical Properties II
Instructor: Yuntian Zhu
Objectives/outcomes: You will learn the following:
Fracture of metals. Ductile and brittle fracture.
Toughness and impact testing.
Fracture toughness.
Fatigue of metals. Th
1. In the system shown in the figure, calculate pressure at point D, if Q = 10 L/s. Assume
water head in the entrance at point A is negligible. Ignore minor losses. Use DarcyWeisbach approach for HL calculations in the pipelines. Assume the temperature 20
1. A) Explain the anatomy of a water distribution system (WDS).
B) Compare and contrast the looped and branched water system configuration.
2. Who is Darcy? Prepare 6 PowerPoint slides to introduce Darcy. Assume you are going
to introduce Darcy to high sc
1. Determine system curve for the system shown in the figure. The discharge is
1000gpm from a lower to an upper reservoir. Ignore all minor losses. (40
points)
= +
=
4.727
1.85
(
)
4.87
130
300m Pipe
=
4.727 300
1.85
(
)
= 1.25451.85
8 4.87
130
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Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
CE352 Structural Engineering
Homework 3 (HW3)
P1
P2
Problem 1-2. Sketch the
Action/Reaction, Moment
Diagram, and Deflected
Shape for the two frames
shown.
P3
80 kN
4m
Problem 3. Use the Flexibility Method to solve for the reactio
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
CE352 Structural Engineering
Homework 4 (HW4)
Problem 1-2. Draw the Action/Reaction, Axial, Shear, Bending Moment, and Deflected Shape diagrams for
the structures below. P1 is statically determinate and you can use the Stiffness
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
CE352 Structural Engineering
Laboratory 4 (Lab 4) Due in Lab, next week
You have been asked to perform a preliminary sizing for a
two story frame. The building has a 100ft by 80ft footprint
with framing shown below.
A
You are ask
Homework 2 (HW2)
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
CE352 Structural Engineering
Problems 1-4. Draw the axial force, shear, and bending moment diagrams (including numerical
values) for the models below. Show the hand calculations used to solve for the
member react
computing vertical cure
1. algebraic difference
2. compute chainage of B/C and E/C
3. compute distance from B/C to high low point
4. compute elevation of B/C and E/C
5. compute elevation of station on tangent
6. compute midpoint chord elevation
(Elev. B/C
CE220L
ADVANCED SURVEYING LABORATORY
PROJECT MANUAL
Dr. Francelina Neto
and
Allan Ng
Fall 12
CE220 Final Project Lab Manual Summer 2011
1/67
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Objective of project: . 3
1. Basics . 4
2. DEM and DTM Basics - INFO . 7
3. Inroads Locks - INFO
3 PRINCIPLES OF ROUTE SURVEYING
3.1.
3.1.1.
TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS
GENERAL
Topographic Surveys show natural and cultural details on the earth's surface. These surveys
are either made using stadia principles for small surveys, or using photogrammetry (aerial
2 TRANSIT, THEODOLITE AND TOTAL STATION
2.1.
2.1.1.
TRANSITS AND THEODOLITES
THE TRANSIT - GENERAL
The transit is an instrument developed for the measurement of angles in the horizontal plane
and vertical angles. For this reason, its telescope is mounted
1 THREE-WIRE LEVELING
1.1.
1.1.1.
LEVELING GENERAL DEFINITIONS REVISION
GENERAL
Leveling is the procedure used to determine differences of elevations between points on the
Earths surface. In this course we are only considering small distances, thus workin
INTRODUCTION
This set of notes is a collection of lessons developed by Dr. Neto for the exclusive use in
teaching CE220 Advanced Surveying as to satisfy the requirements by the Department
of Civil Engineering at Cal Poly Pomona, CA, and the Universitys Ca
6 VERTICAL CURVES
6.1.
6.1.1.
CHARACTERISTICS OF VERTICAL CURVES
GENERAL
Vertical curves connect adjacent segments of different grade to avoid abrupt changes in the
vertical direction of moving vehicles. Vertical curves are arc of parabola, as this shape
11 STATE PLANE COORDINATES
11.1. CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM
11.1.1.
DATUMS
In surveying and mapping, a datum is necessary to relate positions, directions, and elevations measured in the
field to global reference systems. Linking observations to coordina
Civil Engineering
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Land Surveying Laboratory (Room 17-1679)
Safety Instructions
It is very important that everyone use safe operating practices in all laboratories. The CE
Land surveying laboratory uses vari
8 SATELLITE SURVEYING
8.1.
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
8.1.1.
A GLOBAL ADDRESS
What do we use? Satellites, time and radio
signals.
What are the advantages?
Navigation has traditionally
been an esoteric science.
GPS was developed by the
Department of Defense
5 COMPOUND CURVES
5.1.
5.1.1.
CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOUND CURVES
COMPOUND AND REVERSE CURVES
Topography does not usually allow for simple curves. Compound curves consist of two
simple curves with different parameters and a common tangent that are used whe
10 PUBLIC LANDS
10.1. UNITED STATES PUBLIC LAND SURVEYS
10.1.1.
GENERAL
This unit deals with the methods of subdividing the public lands of the United States in
accordance with the regulations imposed by law. The public lands are subdivided into
townships
4 HORIZONTAL CURVES
4.1.
4.1.1.
PRINCIPLES OF HORIZONTAL CURVES
INTRODUCTION
Horizontal curves play a very important role in route surveying. Curves appear in roads,
railways and pipelines, which are a major function of everyday life. If not set properly,
7 GEODETIC ASTRONOMY
7.1.
7.1.1.
THE SHAPE OF THE EARTH
DEFINITION OF SPHEROID
It is general knowledge that the Earth is flat at the poles. In first approximation, its shape
resembles that of an oblate spheroid. Because of the complexity of the Earths sur
9 EARTHWORKS
9.1.
9.1.1.
CROSS-SECTIONS AND PROFILES
GENERAL
In surveying engineering, routes (road, sewer pipeline, channel, etc.) are considered from
three distinct perspectives. The plan view of route location is the same as if we were in an
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