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CEE-011 Surveying

Course Description:

Theory and practice of basic engineering surveying measurements and analysis. Topics to include field note taking, datums and measurement precision, equipment and techniques for measuring distance, elevation and angles, electronic distance measurement, topographic surveys, GPS and hydrographic surveys. Hands on experience with the use of survey levels, transits/theodolites and a total station will be provided.

Text book: None.

References: Elementary Surveying, An Introduction to Geomatics, 13th Ed. by C.D. Ghilani & P.R. Wolf, Prentice Hall, ISBN# 978-013-255434-3.

Location and Hours: M,W 10:45-12:00 PM, Neville 003
(ZOOM: Link),
Field/Lab: R 12:10-4:15PM, F 9:20AM-12:00Pm (FR 225)

TA: Han Xu xuh216@lehigh.edu
(Office Hrs: ATLSS B226) Friday 3-5PM

Syllabus | Handouts | Assignments | Field | Links


Course Related Links

Map and Coordinate Systems
Datums
Leveling
  • Video: Introduction to Leveling, Concepts and Definitions Part 1
  • Video: Sighting, Type of Leveling Measurements Part 2
  • Video: BS, FS, Closure, Field notes & Page check Part 3
  • Video: Stationing and Profile Leveling Part 4
  • Video: Calibration, Peg Test, Types of Error, Accuracy and Error Handling Part 5