Lab 1 - Distance Measurement by Taping
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to practice pacing and taping in order to gain experience measuring
distances. Another part of the objective was not only to obtain distance measurements, but to
analyze them
C E 111
LAB 5:
Traverse and Coordinate
Geometry with the Data Collector
Objective
This lab was performed with the intention of gaining field experience using a total station and a
data collector. It was also meant to refine skills previously learned, spec
Homework Vertical Curve Computations
CE 111 Fall 2016 Due at the beginning of lab (11/01-03/2016)
Complete individually and turn in at the beginning of your lab next week. Show your work.
1. For a vertical curve with the following data: L = 425.00 ft.; g1
Homework Horizontal Curve Computations
CE 111 Fall 2016 Due at the beginning of lab (10/25-27/2016)
Complete individually and turn in at the beginning of your lab next week. Show your work.
1. For a horizontal curve R = 820.00 ft.; I = 414030; PI Sta = 35
CE 111 Fall 2016
Homework Problem
Complete individually and return at the beginning of your lab (09/20-22/2016).
1. Using the Compass Rule:
a. Adjust the traverse.
i. Check for angular error and balance the angles as needed. 2 pts.
ii. Compute the azimuth
CE 111 Fall 2016
Homework Assignment #2
NAME:_
SECTION: _
NOTE: Each question is worth 2 points. Show your work and highlight the answer. Angles must be reported in the format of
degrees, minutes, and seconds. Make sure your submitted homework has your na
CE 111 Fall 2016 Construction Survey Homework
(due at the beginning of your lab (10/18-20/16)
Name:_
Sec._
1. (4 pts.) The cross-section of the ground is level at Station 39+00 and has an elevation of 213.60 ft.
According to grading plans the contractor m
F16 CE 111 Extra Credit
Name_
Section _
Due at the beginning of your lab October 11-13 In order to get all points assigned to the problems below, you must
show your work, highlight your answers, and provide the appropriate units. Angles must be provided i
CE 111 Fall 2016
Homework #8- Area and Volume Computations
Due at the beginning of lab (11/08-10/2016)
Complete individually and turn in at the beginning of your lab next week. Show your work.
1. (5 pts.) An analysis of a five-sided traverse was completed
CE 111 Fall 2016
Homework Assignment #1
NAME:_
SECTION: _
NOTE: All problems are worth 2 points. You must show your work. This paper may be turned in with the answers,
additional sheets can be attached to show your work (and get partial credit). The instr
Lab -1
Measurement of horizontal distance
19th January 2017
Danvant kumar Ilamparuthi , Brock Leum , Louie Brigl , Myers
Wernimont
Section 1
Objective : To gain experience and knowledge about measuring
distances with help of pacing and taping and evaluate
CE 111 Spring 2017
Homework #3 Traverse Computations
Complete individually and return at the beginning of your lab (02/09-11/2016)
1. Using the Compass Rule:
a. Adjust the traverse.
i. Check for angular error and balance the angles as needed. 2 pts.
ii. C
CE 111 Spring 2017
Homework Problem #4 Coordinate Geometry, Area, and Volume Calculations
Complete individually and return at the beginning of your lab (02/21- 23/17). Show your
work.
1. (12 pts.) A line with an azimuth of 743934 from point A with X and Y
CE 111 Spring 2017
Homework Assignment #2
NAME:_
SECTION: _
NOTE: Each question is worth 2 points. Show your work and highlight the answer. Angles must be reported in the format of
degrees, minutes, and seconds. Make sure your submitted homework has your
CE 111 Spring 2017
Name:_ Sec: _
Homework #5 Due at the beginning of your lab (3/21-23/2017)
Individually complete the problems below. Show your work.
1.
(5 pts.) For the following figure, corner E is lost. Based on the data provided, determine the coordi
CE 111 Spring 2017
Homework Assignment #1
NAME:_
SECTION: _
NOTE: All problems are worth 2 points. You must show your work. This paper may be turned in with the answers,
additional sheets can be attached to show your work (and get partial credit). The ins
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Appendix 3 Comparing/Contrasting the results (Problem 1)
The variations in the two coordinate values can be attributed to the error in measurement of the angle i. This shows the importance of taking very exact measurements when calculating coordinat
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CE111
Lab 3:
Angle and Distance
Measurements Using a
Total Station
Objective
The objective of this activity is to acquire the basic strategies of electronic distance
measurement. Students will develop skills in setting up and operating a total station to
CE111
Lab 6:
Building Stakeout with the
Total Station and Data
Collectors
Objective
The objective of this lab is to develop experience staking out a building using total stations and
data collector. Students will gain more experience setting up the total
CE111
Lab 11:
Volumes and Contours
using GPS
Objective
The purpose of this lab was to allow students to gain more experience in utilizing the GPS units
and the data collector. Using these devices, students were expected to collect data for volume
calculat
Lab 2 - Electronic Distance Measurements Using the Total Station
Objective:
The objective of the this lab is to learn the basics of measuring distances electronically. The lab
is designed help one become comfortable and confident with setting up and opera
Lab 7:
Leveling on Campus
By:
Objective
The objective of this lab is to get acquainted with the automatic level and rod by
performing a differential level of 3 fire hydrants using the rod height from the top of the fire
hydrant. Also, students need to und
CE111
Lab 9:
Horizontal Curve
Layout
Objective
The objective of this activity is to gain more understanding with the theory, design and layout of
horizontal curves which was used in transportations routes such as highways, railroads and
pipelines. It allo
Monica Diaz
Ryan Hermes
Siti Aisyah Sazali
11.05.2015
CE111
Lab 10:
Profile and Vertical
Curve
Objective
The objective of this lab was to understand the concept of profiling and determining the vertical
curve data. Students will be able to learn and gain