Surveyor (Total Station)

Surveyor (Total Station)
Introduction
Surveyors give proficient counsel by looking over property and development, which ranges crosswise over private, business, mechanical, street and farming tasks. They deal with the outline and advancement of new structures and in addition the reclamation and upkeep of existing ones. This is a wide field and may incorporate informing on different angles regarding structures at various stages.

General Information
Course Industry:
Surveyor (Total Station)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Sher Khan
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses
Course Fee:
20,000 PKR ($400)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •            Developed a comprehension of development studying standards.
  •            Understood the fundamental abilities of looking over work including separation                   and point estimations.
  •            Developed aptitudes in utilizing development looking over instrumentation.
  •            Understood how to gather, archive, and break down development studying                               estimations.
  •            Learned how to direct an assortment of studying activities (with accentuation on                  format overviews).
  •            Developed a comprehension of applying fundamental development studying                          strategies in the field.
  •            Demonstrated a comprehension of how to perform fundamental studying                                calculations.

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:  Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                      One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                     Six (06) hour daily             (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS:

Land Surveying

•           What is area studying? Clarify Plane and Geodetic Surveying. Field and Office                      Work.

•           Use of looking over for limit definition, for development, level control and vertical                   control.

•           Engineering, cadastral, hydrographic and photogrammetric Surveys.

 

Standards of Surveying

Idea of point area by:

•           Trilateration

•           Offsets

•           Traversing

•           Intersection

 

The Surveyor' Work

•           Verify/build up level and vertical controls

•           Location/refixing the positions of limit imprints in a cadastral overview

•           Carry out a geological overview

•           Horizontal and Vertical checking of structures, dams, burrows and so on

•           Carry out a pre-calculation for a setting out overview

•           Setting out building corners, streets, channels and so on

 

Hardware

•           Measurement of separation: tapes, chains, edmi

•           Measurement of points/direction: theodolites, absolute stations, automated                        framework

•           Measurement of N,E,Z directions: GPS, Total station

 

Field Procedure

•           Working from entire to part

•           Recce

•           Planning and getting datum for review

•           Observation and recording

 

Normal leveling

•           Basic information and Equipment

•           Principle of finding

•           Booking, computations and checks

•           Accuracy, exactness and mistakes

•           Adjustments

 

Uses of leveling

•           Long and cross segments

•           Contouring

•           Setting out proposed levels

•           Monitoring of settlement markers

 

Building up even controls utilizing absolute station and/or GPS

•           Controls for setting out/navigates

•           Concept of genuine north, network north, direction, points and so on

•           Linear estimation with tapes, chains, edmi

•           Accuracies and blunders in straight estimations

•           Method of measuring edges, bearing and their related blunders and
              correctnesses

 

Navigates

•           Open and close navigates

•           Datum to start overview

•           Cadastral overview navigate and association with ISN marks

 

Calculations

•           Linear Misclose

•           Precision and Accuracy

•           Adjustments: Bowditch Rule, Transit Rule and Least Square

•           Calculate setting out information

•           Calculate range and volumes

•           Calculate clearances, separation, points and arranges