EXTENSIVE SURVEY CAMP/PROJECT CIVIL DIPLOMA 6TH SEMEMSTER


EXTENSIVE SURVEY CAMP/PROJECT CIVIL DIPLOMA 6TH SEMEMSTER



 


Course Title: EXTENSIVE SURVEY CAMP/PROJECT

Credits (L:T:P) : 0:2:4

Total Contact Hours:

12 days+24hours

Course Code: 15CE65P

Type of Course: Lectures, field work and office work

Credit :03

Core/ Elective: Core



Prerequisites: Knowledge of Surveying, Irrigation and Bridge Drawing, Water Resource Engineering, Highway Engineering and Town Planning.
The most important pillar of learning is “DOING”. Civil Engineer should be very conversant with the actual works of surveying, which this survey camp/project aims at the following course objectives

Course Objectives of the survey camp works are:
1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to understand the measurement techniques
2. To train the students under difficult and realistic situation of the surveying project.
3. To acquire a sound practical knowledge and application of theory and in practical to overcome the difficulties that could arise in field during surveying.
4. The use of different survey instrument and to develop the team spirit at work
5. To impart training in the use of modern surveying instruments and to acquire a comprehensive idea of the project.
6. To impart confidence in the handling and management of the survey project.
Course Outcomes
On successful completion of this course, the student will be able to

Course Outcome

CL

 

PO

Teaching days

 

CO1

Experience hands on intensive training in the use of surveying instruments and performing various survey works in difficult terrain and to locate or identify sites necessary for conducting various surveys.

 

 

 

 

 

R U

Ap Ay C

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

to 10

 

 

 

 

 

12 days

+

2 hours / week*

 

 

CO2

Apply the knowledge of surveying in taking field observations pertaining to some of the realistic exposure to survey work such as concepts of reconnaissance survey, triangulation, contouring etc., gaining the ability to measure differences in elevation, draw and utilize contour plots.

 

CO3

Appreciate the need for accurate and thorough note taking in field work to serve as a legal and produce the required maps and related calculations pertaining to survey work

 

CO4

Develop the adaptability in conversant with the camp life, to communicate with the local population, to develop team spirit, community living and self-management.

CO5

Adopt the working of Total station and Global Positioning System in the view of need for licensed surveyors.



*Weekly 2 hours classes for quantity surveying of hydraulic structures, PHE structures, Cross drainage works (Culverts and bridge works) of drawings prepared in survey camp

Programme outcome Attainment Matrix




Course Programme Outcome

 

 

Course

Programme Outcome

PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

PO10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXTENSIVE SURVEY CAMP/PROJECT

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Level 3- Highly Addressed, Level 2-Moderately Addressed, Level 1-Low Addressed.
Method is to relate the level of PO with the number of hours devoted to the COs which address the given PO. If >40% of classroom sessions addressing a particular PO, it is considered that PO is addressed at Level 3
If 25 to 40% of classroom sessions addressing a particular PO, it is considered that PO is addressed at Level 2 If 5 to 25% of classroom sessions addressing a particular PO, it is considered that PO is addressed at Level 1 If < 5% of classroom sessions addressing a particular PO, it is considered that PO is considered not-addressed.

ROADMAP FOR SURVEY CAMP

 Introduction
1. Students must follow the instructions given by the camp director/staff-in-charge.
2. Students must adhere to the dress code for the survey camp (Shoe, uniform, hat/cap).
3. Students must handle the instruments with at most care as instructed.
4. Instruments, accessories must be properly disassembled and handed over to the lab assistant.
5. The readings are to be done by the batch as grouped by the camp director/HOD and report should be submitted by each student.
6. Attendance at camp (briefings, lectures, field work and field tours, etc.) is mandatory.
7. Students should reach camp site on time; late students may not be allowed to participate.
8. The camp record shall include all original field observations, calculations and plots.
9. Instruction classes explaining about camp before commencement of camp being prepared will help you to finish the field work early.
10. Students and coordinator have to stay in the camp arranged by the camp director.
11. You may require to perform calculations after regular camp hours. Anticipate and adapt to any unexpected bad weather etc.
12. All reading must be noted using pen. Pencil should not be used in the field book except drawing sketch or diagram if needed.
13. Unnecessary colouring in the drawing should be avoided. Coloured lines should be as  per code- Proposed line in green existing in red
14. Each batch must preserve the field book/Level book and hand over to the camp director/Staff-in-charge from your batch with the report at the end of semester.
15. Students will be evaluated on your ability to correctly complete the field work, calculations and analysis, as well as your ability to clearly communicate your methodology, results, and ideas to others.
16. All plots and drawings should be original (e.g. created by you, based on your experimental data).
 
17. Students must participate in the camp for all days as scheduled. Camp will not be arranged for the students who miss it.

 Batches Each batch of student should be not more than 10

 Field work schedule
1. The students must come prepared for their sessions to complete the field work as scheduled.
2. Survey Camp of 12 days duration will be held immediately after Vth semester at a Hilly Terrain.
3. The students are required to prepare the Topographical Map (Key plan) of the area by traditional method.
4. The purpose of the camp is to train students in using modern surveying techniques and equipment such as GPS, total stations, automatic levels, electronic theodolites, etc. to prepare a detailed digital map.

 Safety Safety is our prime concern at all times. If your conduct is deemed to compromise safety regulations, you may be asked to leave camp and disciplinary action will be taken. Do not perform unauthorized experiments by yourself. Never leave the survey equipments unattended in the field. There must be no fooling around in the camp site. The students are strictly advised to wear shoes during the entire hours of the camp as a measure of safety

 Code of Conduct for Students
1. Instruments, ranging rods, pegs, arrow, staves etc have to be used only for field work purposes. Inappropriate use of the above such accessories will lead to disciplinary action/penalty.
2. Instruments must not be operated in a rough/violent manner.
3. Fire safety is extremely important.
4. Students causing damage will be required to pay for repairs.
5. No spray paints or other similar marking items are to be used unless as instructed by staff.
6. No personsare allowed to swim in the water. Do not leave bottles and cans in the field or by the lake. Do not litter; pick up any litter you may find
7. Canoes may only be used if equipment (safety devices, paddles, etc.) is signed in/out with a staff member.
8. If sufficiently serious, the breaking of a rule may also result in the person contravening them being evicted from the property Vehicles of students are not allowed within camp
9. Students should not leave the camp for any reason without the permission of coordinator
10. Keep camp neat and tidy. Return borrowed equipment’s to their proper location
11. No one is permitted to cut or otherwise damage any living tree without the express permission of a course instructor.
12. Sleeping must be in the designated dorm arranged by program coordinator. Tents and other alternative sleeping arrangements are not permitted.
13. Any contravention of these rules may result in serious action
.
 
COURSE CONTENT


 

Unit

 

Major Topics

Time

schedule Allotted

1

Triangulation / Trilateration / Total Station

(Determining area approximately 2 KM2)

1 day

2

New tank project

5 days

3

Highway project

2 days

4

Preparation of map of an existing village / Town /

Layout.

2 days

5

Public Health Engineering-Water supply scheme and

sewerage project.

2 days

6

Quantity Surveying of survey camp project

2 hours/

week

DETAILED COURSE CONTEN

Unit

Major Topics

Time schedule

Allotted

 

 

1

TRIANGULATION WITH TOTAL STATION

( Determining area approximately 2 KM2 )

1.     Preparing map of given area.

2.     Calculation of area

3.     Total station traverse to yield adjusted coordinates of control points. ( determine the co-ordinates of few triangulation stations)

Note: In case of non-availability of Total stations, Conventional methods can be adopted

 

 

1 day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

NEW TANK PROJECT

1.     Reconnaissance of the area to be mapped. setting benchmark using GPS

2.     Fly levelling to establish T.B.M to the site& fly-back levelling

3.     Fixing the alignment of proposed bund,

4.     Conduct profile leveling and cross sectioning along the proposed centre line of the tank bund.

5.     Capacity of reservoir by Radial contouring

6.     Calculation of capacity

7.     Block levelling at Sluice point of centre line of bund

8.     Block levelling for weir

9.     Canal Alignment Starting from sluice point with longitudinal sectioning and cross sectioning

10.  To determine the azimuth of a line, latitude and longitude of the place by taking extra-meridian observation on a sun.

Use of GPS to determine latitude and longitude

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 days

Unit

Major Topics

Time schedule

Allotted

 

 (Graded activities) Drawings to be prepared

11.  Index Map

12.  Contour map of water spread area with Capacity of reservoir calculations

13.  Longitudinal sectioning

14.  Cross sectioning

15.  Block levelling with contours showing weir details should consist of

a.     Half plan at top & half plan at foundation.

b.     Half sectional elevation, half front elevation.

c.     Cross section of tank weir across the body wall.

16.  Block levelling with contours showing sluice details should consist of

a.     Half plan at top & half plan at foundation.

b.     Half sectional elevation, half front elevation.

c.     Cross section of tank weir across the body wall.

17.  Canal cross-section of fully cutting, fully filled and Partial at different chainages

18.  Longitudinal sectioning of Canal at different chainages

19.  Plan of bund & canal alignment showing location of hydraulic structures and various reduced levels

 Quantity surveying

20.  Earthwork calculation of bund.

21.  Earthwork calculation of canal.

22.  Estimation of weir positioned on block levelling.

23.  Estimation of Sluice positioned on block levelling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

HIGHWAY PROJECT( Terrain should be chosen such that it should include vertical & Horizontal curve)

1.     Reconnaissance of the area

2.     Align a new road between two obligatory points.

3.     Conduct Longitudinal and cross-sectioning surveys

4.     Projecting a road of given gradient.

5.     Block leveling @ the lowest level or valley curve

6.     Connecting to new road alignment, surveying existing road 90m and exploring possibility of widening.

 

 (Graded activities) Drawings to be prepared

(Drawing should be preferably done using AutoCAD)

 

1.     Index plan

2.     Plan showing alignment of road

3.     L.S & C.S of Road at different chainages as per IRC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 days

Unit

Major Topics

Time schedule

Allotted

 

standards(Report should justify the selected alignment with details of all geometric designs for horizontal curve, traffic and design speed assumed.)

4.       Block levelling @ the lowest level or valley curve placing Culvert/Bridge

a.       Half plan at top & half plan at foundation.

b.       Half sectional elevation, half front elevation.

c.       Half Cross section @centre half Cross section @ abutment

 

 Quantity surveying

1.     Calculate the earthwork involved by determining the cross- section of the highway at various intervals.

2.     Quantity surveying of Proposed culvert/Bridge

 

 

5

TOWN PLANNING PROJECT

1.   Town planning project new layout as per Zoning Regulations by using total station

2.   Preparation of existing village map/layout

 

2 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY PROJECT(Public Health

Engineering)

1.     Examination of sources of water supply

2.     Calculation of quantity of water required based on existing and future projected population for a village.

3.     Preparation of village map and location of sites for ground level

4.     Block leveling for overhead tanks

5.     Underground drainage system surveys for laying the sewers.

6.     Block leveling for Oxidation pond.

 

 (Graded activities) Drawings to be prepared

1.   Plan of water supply line, sewer lines in village map

2.   Block leveling  placing overhead tanks

3.   Block leveling Placing Oxidation pond.

 

 Quantity surveying

Estimation of manhole

Estimation of water supply line, Overhead tank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 days



Note:
1. At least one of the above should be done by using TOTAL STATION
2. The survey camp Report should be attached with field book, calculation sheets, all plans/drawings, estimates of earth work and structure in spread sheet and should be submitted in the form of Hardcopy and softcopy (CD)

Course Delivery: The course will be delivered through tutorials and practical’s.
 

Course Assessment and Evaluation Scheme:

 

What

To whom

When/Where (Frequency in the course)

Max Marks

Evidence collected

Course outcomes

 

 

 

 

CIE

 

 

IA

 

 

 

Students

Survey    camp drawings and

report.

 

15

Survey camp drawings and report + Annexure 1 (Field book

and level books)

CO1,CO2, CO4,CO5

 

Quantity surveying

 

10

 

CO3

SEE

End

Exam

End of the

course

50

Answer scripts

at BTE

CO1,CO2,

CO3,CO4,CO5

 

Student Feedback on

course( Camp)

 

 

 

Students

During Survey camp

 

Feedback forms

1 & 2 Delivery of course

 

 

End of Course Survey camp.

 

 

End of the Survey camp

 

 

 

Questionnaires

1,2,3,4,5Effectiveness of Delivery of

instructions & Assessment Methods


For IA verification each batch coordinator should submit Annexure1

Sl No

 

Scheme of End Examination

 

Marks

1

Survey camp Drawings & report including quantity surveying

20

2

Quantity Calculation for the given drawing

20

3

Viva-voce

10

Total

50

REFERENCES

1 Punmia B C, Irrigation and water power engineering 2 Garg S K, Irrigation and water power engineering
3 Punmia B C, Ashok K Jain, Arun K Jain, Surveying Vol 1, 2,3, laxmi Publications(P) Ltd, New Delhi.
4 Justo C E G, A text book of highway engineering. 5 Kanetkar, A text book of surveying.
 

ANEXURE 1

The survey camp of 20     – 20    was organized by… , for the fifth semester
Diploma in civil engineering students, in number. The duration of the camp was
  days from     . .20     to    . .20 The places in and around the
  were chosen for surveying.


 

 

BATCH EVALUATION (INDEX)

S.No

Date

Title

Rubrics rating out of 5

Staff Initial

E1.

 

Triangulations

 

 

E2.

 

New tank project

 

 

E3.

 

Highway project

 

 

E4.

 

Town planning project

 

 

E5.

 

Water supply and sanitary project

 

 

E6.

 

Quantity Surveying of survey camp project

 

 

S.

No.

Register

No

Student Name

Marks

E1

E2

E3

E4

E5

E6

Average

1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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