• To apply principles of surveying.
• Have the ability to apply knowledge of control surveys and their use in advanced branches.
• To develop skills to use modern tools in related field problems[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text]CLO: 1. To implement and demonstrate survey schemes using, control surveys, software, GPS etc.
CLO: 2. To implement and demonstrate survey schemes using control survey, software, GPS etc.
CLO: 3. To prepare the lab and field works in a field book and/or manual.
CLO: 4. To clarify and justify survey methods during the conduct of experiments.
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1. Introduction to Total Station and determination of
• Angles Between Survey Stations by Repetition and Reiteration Method.
• Coordinates of Different Points from Known Point.
2. Determine
• Height of Building Using Remote Elevation Measurement (REM) Program of Total Station.
• Horizontal Distance, Slope Distance and Vertical Distance in Different Units Between Survey Stations.
3. Determine Horizontal Distance, Slope Distance and Elevation Difference Between Two Inaccessible Points Using Missing Line Measurement (MLM) Program of Total Station.
4. Determine Area of Given Closed Traverse Using Total Station.
5. Determine Vertical and Horizontal Distance Between Survey Stations Using Tangential Method of Tachometric Surveying.
6. Setting Out of Simple Circular Curve by Rankine Method of Tangential Angle.
7. Creating Contours, Profile and Cross-Section Using Engle Point Software.
8. Introduction to Global Positioning System (GPS).

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