InternationaleJournals

The Importance of Dalhousie Survey Camp for Graduate Engineering Students

1Er. Rajinder Singh, 2Dr. Arvind Dewangan and 3Er. Amarjeet Singh

1R.P.Indra Prastha Institute of Technology –RPIIT, Bastara-Karnal, Haryana INDIA. Email: rajinder.singh919@gmail.com
2Civil Engineering Department, Haryana college of Technology & Management, HCTM Technical Campus Kaithal-Haryana INDIA.
Email:
arvinddewangan237@gmail.com
3 Uraha Infra Ltd. Jodhpur-NH73 INDIA

ABSTRACT:

Surveying is the branch of civil engineering which deals with measurement of relative positions of an object on earth’s surface by measuring the horizontal distances, elevations, directions, and angles. Surveying is typically used to locate and measure property lines; to lay out buildings, bridges, channels, highways, sewers, and pipelines for construction; to locate stations for launching and tracking satellites; and to obtain topographic information for mapping and charting. It is generally classified into two categories: Plane surveying (for smaller areas) and Geodetic surveying (for very large areas). Surveying is the art of making suitable measurements in horizontal or vertical planes. This is one of the important subjects of civil engineering. Without taking a survey of the plot where the construction is to be carried out, the work cannot begin. Dalhousie provides all type of location in a platform .

Key Words     : 1.Surveying 2.Measurement 3.Topography 4. Elevation 5. Map

Sub Area        : Surveying

Broad-Area    : Civil Engineering

 

 

 


International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering

Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages:  2075 - 2083