|Abbreviation: B36A01||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||doc. dr. sc. Rinaldo Paar
|Lecturers: || Igor Grgac MEng Geod. et G
Design exercises, Field exercises
Ivan Jakopec MEng Geod. et G
Field exercises, Design exercises
The aim of the course is to teach students the specifics of engineering geodesy, and theoretical and practical knowledge of engineering geodesy. Preparing students for the works in the field of engineering geodesy, with an emphasis on mastering the methods of staking out points and directions, as well as their practical application for the needs of the civil engineering. In the practical application of these methods the emphasis is on their application on the road construction. Student after successful completion of the course will be able to decide which method of staking out point or direction is best suited for a specific engineering task.
Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
- Understand the role of geodesy, geoinformatics and spatial data in modern world, demonstrate competences in measuring systems, methods and technologies of measurement and spatial data collection.
- Demonstrate competences in theoretical principles, procedures of computing and visualising the surveying data..
- Handle geodetic instruments and appropriate measuring equipment properly, and perform geodetic measurements.
- Establish geodetic networks needed in surveying and stakeout in order to provide the required quality of the works performed in certain space.
- Prepare geodetic documents needed to establish and maintain cadastral records and land registry, as well as the documents for engineering works.
- Exercise appropriate judgements on the basis of performed calculation processing and interpretation of data obtained by means of surveying and its results.
- Recognise problems and tasks in the application of geodetic and geoinformation principles and methods, and select proper procedures for their solution.
Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course
- Define the basic tasks of engineering geodesy in civil engineering, staking out elements of construction sand how to determine them.
- Explain and apply methods of staking out points and directions.
- Make staking out elaborate of construction.
- Determine the assessment of the accuracy of different methods for staking out buildings.
- Evaluate which method is best suited for staking out a specific engineering task in the construction of buildings.
- Describe and apply a method for transferring the staking out axis to the batter boards.
- Describe the basic types of traffic and road elements in the horizontal (directions, circular, transitional and compound curvature) and vertical direction (vertical alignment).
- Define the longitudinal and transverse profiles of roads.
Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Week/Lectures(two hours per week) /Exercises(two hours per week)
- L:Introductory lecture, course curriculum andsyllabus,the assignmentsof engineering geodesyin constructionandstakingout elements.
E: Introduction exercises
- L:Methodsof staking out, methods ofstakingout points-primary(classical).
E: Exercises-Project number 1-stakingout axisoflong jumppath (practical application of methodsforstaking outpoints).
- L:Methodsfor refinementpoints, combined methods, staking outpointsusing thebuilt-inmodulesina total station.
E: Field exercises.
- L:Stakingout of designedbuildings, coarseand finestakingout methods, and staking out oftransmissionaxisof the buildingon thebatter boards.
E: Field exercises- surveyingpath forlong jump
- L:Methodsof stakingout directions.
E: Design practice-makingmodelof pathforlong jump.
- L:Basic conceptsanddivisionsof public roads.
E: Design practice-makingof staking out elaborate.
- Firstpreliminary exam.
- L:Planningthe road network, the designof public roads/legal regulations, records of public roadsin the cadastreandland registry, land surveyingin the designof public roads, horizontallyand vertically routeelements(roads/public road).
E: Field exercises-stakingout axisof long jump path.
- L:Road transport.
E: Design practice-oral presentationof firstproject.
- L:Materials for road construction.
E: Exercises-Projectnumber 2 -Quality assessment ofdifferent methods for staking out points(determination of the accuracyof different methods for stakingout points).
- L:Cross-section ofthe road, planningroad network.
E: Design practice-oral presentation of secondproject.
- L:Surveyingworksfor the designandconstruction of bridges, Geodeticbasis forthe purpose of buildingthe bridge, surveying works forstaking outthe bridge.
E: Exercises-Projectnumber 3. -stakingout objectaxisonbatter boards(practical application of differentmethods for transferringconstruction axisonbatter boards).
- L:Movements and deformations.
E: Field exercises-stakingout objectaxisonbatter boards.
- L:Consultations- repeatingthe entirecourse material.
E: Design practice-oral presentationof thirdproject.
- Second preliminary exam.
Screening student work
- Class attendance - 1 ECTS
- Practical training - 0.5 ECTS
- Tests - 0.5 ECTS
- Oral exam - 1.5 ECTS
- Written exam - 1 ECTS
- Project - 0.5 ECTS
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