DE5205 – Engineering Surveying
To develop further knowledge and understanding of surveying with specific reference to engineering applications
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Execute survey computations and assess errors, accuracy and probability of survey data.
2.Demonstrate understanding of survey specialisation and methods.
3.Undertake a range of site and engineering surveying tasks.
4.Appraise safety requirements in surveying.
- Survey computations and co-ordinate manipulation, horizontal and vertical curves computations, area and volume quantities, types of errors, accuracy and probability analysis, computer applications
Robotic- and reflectorless total station, hydrographics, photogrammetry, GIS, GPS, cadastral surveys, introduction to subdivision surveys
Site survey controls, contours, special topographical surveys, set out of road works and buildings, survey mark protection, as built surveys, CTV, Certification
Safety on site, Generic TMP, Safety plans
- Assessment Criteria