Deep Foundation:
A deep foundation is a type of foundation which transfers building loads to the earth
farther down from the surface than a shallow foundation does, to a subsurface layer or a
range of depths.
There are main three types of deep foundation.
CE 333: Environmental Engineering II
January 2016 Semester
Level-3, Term II
CN-3: Pour Flush Latrines-1
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
(BUET)
Dr. M. Ashraf Ali, CE 333, BUET July 2014
Semester
1
Evoluti
CE 333: Environmental Engineering II
January 2016 Semester
Level-3, Term II
CN-5: Septic Tank System
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
(BUET)
5/10/2016
Dr. M. Ashrf Ali; CE 333, BUET- July 2014
Semester
Se
CE 333: Environmental Engineering II
January 2016 Semester
Level-3, Term II
CN-4: Pour Flush Latrines-2
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
(BUET)
4/23/2016
Dr. M. Ashrf Ali; CE 333, BUET-July 2014
Semester
CE 333: Environmental Engineering II
January 2016 Semester
Level-3, Term II
CN-2: Pit Latrines
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
(BUET)
3/22/2016
Dr. M. Ashrf Ali; CE 333, BUET- July 2014
Semester
Ch. 9: O
CE 333: Environmental Engineering II
January 2016 Semester
Level-3, Term II
CN-1: Introduction to Sanitation
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
(BUET)
3/12/2016
Dr. M. Ashraf Ali, CE 333, July 2014
Semester
CE 103
SURVEYING
Astronomical Surveying
Prepared by
Dr. Tahmeed M. Al-Hussaini
Modified by
Dr. Md. Jahangir Alam
Astronomical Surveying
Astronomical Surveying
Branch of surveying that deals with the
observation of celestial bodies (sun, stars)
for determi
lib
SURVEYING
Calculate the bearings of alL olh.er line if LA
LV = 69" 20~
= J 40" /0'
.LB
=W
8'.
L C ;:60" 22';
;I( The various compasses exhibiting the above features are:
Solution.
(I) Surveyor's compass
(2) Prismatic compass
(3) Transit or Level Compa
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Curve
2.
Horizontal curves
Simple curves
Continuous arcs of constant radius which
achieve the necessary highway deflection
without an entering or existing transition
Compound curves
A series of two or more simple curves
possessing a common tan
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TACHEOMETRIC SURVEYING
416
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L AA'C: LBB'C" 90
'C : AC COS!t9
or
"B' :AB cos 9: 5 COS 9
cfw_j. AC A', A
From
.
. h OC
uation 22 I
Since the line A' B' is perpendicular to the line of sig t
,eq
.
simultaneous solution of successive pairs of equ
SURVEYING
270
ntours may be measured
The
eoclosed in 100. 90. 80 . co
.
elevation of 100.00 metres.
area
100 m and 90 m contour will then be
by a planimeter. The volume of water between uiti lied by the contour interval. Similarly.
be calculated. The tota
108
SURVEYING
What detailed instructions would you give to a fresh trainee surveyor regarding the care
and use of his field book for recording survey measurements?
(b)
(e)
8. Explain the following terms :
Oblique offset (f) Random line.
(n) Base
line
(b)
410
SURVEYING
4. Suspension plale for use of the instrument as a mining compass.
5. Brackets for suspension plate
Measurement oC horizontal angles : Horizontal and vertical angles can be measured by
using the camera tripod with the ball joint. For measuri
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CE 103
SURVEYING
EARTHWORK CALCULATIONS
(Areas and Volumes)
Prepared by
Dr. Tahmeed M. Al-Hussaini
Modified by
Dr. Md. Jahangir Alam
Simple Triangles
Any area bounded by straight lines can be
divided completely into a series of
triangles
A = [s(s-a)(s-b
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Vertical Curve
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
1
Grade line
Grade line
= sloping line
= line having
gradient
Sag Vertical Curve
G1
G2
G1
G2
Crest Vertical Curve
or Summit Curve
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
2
1
26-Feb-13
Combination of grade in vertical
4/27/2011
Vertical Curve
Problem 1:
An equal tangent crest vertical curve has a PVC
station of chainage 2000 m at +10.0 m elevation.
The initial grade is +2.0% and the final grade is
-4.5%.
4 5% D
Determine
t min the
th elevation
l
ti n and
nd stationing
CE 205: Numerical Methods
2.00 Credits, 2hrs/week
Dr. Tanvir Ahmed
Associate Professor
What are Numerical Methods?
Techniques by which mathematical problems are formulated
so that they can be solved with simple arithmetic operations
Addition (+), Subtract
CE 205: Numerical Methods
2.00 Credits, 2hrs/week
Dr. Tanvir Ahmed
Assistant Professor
What are Numerical Methods?
Techniques by which mathematical problems are formulated
so that they can be solved with simple arithmetic operations
Addition (+)
(+), Subt
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P;cfw_O) tcr SURVEY!'-:IG
.detail the different types of svrvey you need to prepare
-the sa;ne.
,
3. Explain how you would carry out the survey wor~
for an irrigation canal.
4. It is proposed to construct a road from Dacca to
.Far idour.
What are t
CE 205: Numerical Methods
Partial Differential
Equations
CE 205: Numerical Methods
Dr. Tanvir Ahmed
What is PDE?
An equation involving partial derivatives of an unknown function of
two or more independent variables is called a partial differential
equatio
4/27/2011
Horizontal Curve
Problem 1:
Design a horizontal Alignment of a rural
highway using following Data.
Data Calculate
necessary parameters for setting out
transition curve and half of circular curve.
Deflection Angle ,
D = 45o
Chainage at PI = 5000
CE 205: Numerical Methods
Curve-fitting (Linear and
Non-linear Regression)
CE 205: Numerical Methods
Dr. Tanvir Ahmed
Motivation
sampling data are acquired at
discrete points.
- but the values at undefined points are
wanted in many engineering application
Beginners Guide to Engineering Drawing
1.7 Sketching Techniques
The ability to create fast, understandable
views of objects with only a pencil and a
piece of paper is extremely important to
being successful as an engineer, designer,
architect, builder, ma
Chapter 1 Introduction
Exercise :
The following one7 is a good exercise to gain experience with the equipments. Use "HB
Pencil" to construct the formation and then use "2B" to draw the nal drawing. You could do
it on a piece of white paper or buy a draw