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Surveying In Civil Engineering

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

Surveying In Civil Engineering. The field of civil engineering deals with the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of private and public projects.

These projects include highways, bridges, dams, subdivisions, water supply, and waste systems. Land surveyors perform a variety of important tasks, such as boundary surveys, topographic mapping, and construction staking. Civil Engineering and Surveying Technology graduates work with or in support of professional engineers and land surveyors.

Civil engineering and surveying are some of the broadest fields of engineering and are part of virtually all construction-related projects. Graduates have local, state-wide, and nationwide employment opportunities.

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What Will I Learn?

  • -Student will have the knowledge of the application of surveying and the equipment used in the construction project
  • -Student will be able to process data obtain in the field and make a topography map and calculate the volume of a land needed.

Topics for this course

27 Lessons

Surveying In Civil Engineering

Surveying Playlist00:00:00
Principles of surveying00:00:00
TYPES OF SURVEYING00:00:00
SCALE OF MAPS00:00:00
VERNIER l LEAST COUNT00:00:00
ERRORS IN SURVEYING00:00:00
Linear measurements00:00:00
Error due to incorrect chain length00:00:00
Chaining on slopes00:00:00
Errors in chaining00:00:00
Obstacles in chaining00:00:00
Ranging00:00:00
Tape corrections00:00:00
Angular measurements00:00:00
Whole circle bearing00:00:00
Fore and back bearing00:00:00
How to find true bearing00:00:00
Local attraction00:00:00
Latitudes and Departure problems00:00:00
Levelling00:00:00
Height of instrument00:00:00
Previous year GATE Problems on Levelling00:00:00
Combined corrections00:00:00
Reciprocal levelling00:00:00
Trignometric levelling00:00:00
Photogrammetry00:00:00
Curves in Surveying00:00:00
65 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime