Geomatics (300IGC016)

Basic Information

Text book

  • Surveying, A. Bannister, S. Raymond, R. Baker, ‎1998.

Supplemental materials

  • Surveying Fundamentals, J. McCormac, 1991.
  • Modern Surveying, R. C. Brinker, P. R. Wolf, 1982.
  • Surveying, Á. Torres, E. Villate, ‎2001.

Specific course information

This course presents the concepts of measuring distances, elevations and angles, measurement errors, photogrammetry, topographic maps, profiles, transverse sections, surveys of objects and structures and boundary surveys. The use of specialized instruments for field data acquisition and topographical surveys is emphasized.

Specific goals of the course

Learning objectives:
  • To perform planimetric and topographical surveys.
  • To calculate mass profile volumes.
  • To identify studies requiring aerial photography.
  • To measure areas, heights, slopes and profiles on stereoscopic models.
Relationship with student outcomes
Student Outcomes
A B C D E F G H I J K
Relevance 2 3 1 2 2 1 2

1: low relevance; 2: medium relevance; 3: high relevance.

Topics of the course

  • Unit definition, tape measures.
  • Measurement of angles, polygonals, land.
  • Tape survey by normals.
  • Theodolite: traverse surveying, right angles, error of closure.
  • Identification of objects and areas.
  • Azimuth survey.
  • Compass method
  • Transfer homologous points.
  • Projection calculation and balance: coordinate calculations.
  • Right angles survey.
  • Radiation surveys.
  • Stadia survey.
  • Altimetry: Simple/compound leveling. Leveling balance.
  • Elevation calculation.
  • Grillage leveling: contour lines calculation.
  • Stadia leveling: methodology, calculation, balance.
  • Topographic profile: horizontal/vertical scales. Area calculation.
  • Calculation of volumes.
  • Restitution machines, Anaglyph 3D, 3D Images.
 
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