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Contouring Report

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This is a report of a contour which is made by the students of Civil Engg Dept of SSUET Pakistan Karachi, …

This is a report of a contour which is made by the students of Civil Engg Dept of SSUET Pakistan Karachi,
Section C batch 2009

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  • 1. Table of Contents
    Acknowledgement
    Introduction
    Body of the Report
    Method
    Instruments
    Project Work
    Problems
    Observations
    Observation Table
    Pictures
    Conclusion
    Aims
    Conclusion
    Contour Map with Radial Lines
    Contour Map
    Names of Students
    Acknowledgement
    We owe a great many thanks to Sir Asim (Lecturer), who gave us the opportunity of implementing our skills in a project. This project means a lot to us as it gave us a lot of experience.
    We also thank the faculty of Surveying Lab, who co-operated with us in the matter of instruments.
    We would also like to thank our Vice Chancellor, Dean of Faculty and our University for giving us such great opportunities.
    Introduction
    Relief on a map enhances its utility. A map without relief representation is simply a plan on which relative positions of details are only shown in horizontal plane. Relative heights of various points on the map can be represented by many methods and one of them is Contouring.
    Contour is a line passing through points of known elevation or reduced level.The method of locating contours in a plan or map is known as Contouring.
    There are two methods of contouring by Direct method:
    Radiation Method (Radial Line Method)
    By Grid Method
    The Aim of this report are as follows:
    Perform a contour survey (by Radiation Method) of Parking Area of F and G Block of Sir Syed University of Engg. and Tech.
    Plot the Contour by means of AutoCAD.
    Prepare a Report regarding the Contour.
    Body of the Report
    The Students of Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Civil Engineering Batch 2009 2nd Semester were assigned a project to perform a Contour Survey of different Areas of the University. Our Section i.e. Section C was given the Parking Area of F and G Block.
    We had to perform a Contour Survey on the field first and then plot it on A3 size paper on the Computer i.e. AutoCAD and then to make a detailed Report of the Contour.
    Method:
    The method by which contour survey was to be performed was Radiation Method or Radial Line Method.
    Radiation Method
    In this method, a number of radial lines are set out at known angular interval at each station and points are marked at the ground at convenient distance apart on the rays that are set. Spot levels of these points are determined by leveling. The points are plotted to the scale of the map and spot levels are entered. The contours of desired values are then located by interpolation. This method is convenient in hilly terrain with level stations chosen at high points so as to command a large area from each.
    On Thursday 15th October 2009, Survey Contour was performed on Parking Area of F and G block.
    Instruments
    The Instruments used in the survey were:
    Automatic Level
    Levelling Staff
    Measuring Tape
    Ranging Rod
    Plumb Bob
    Project Work
    First the Area was divided into 2 parts in order to perform two contours.
    The Dimensions of the Area were measured by tape.
    A centre point was marked as a reference point and was considered as the origin.
    The x and y co-ordinates of the points (where the instruments were setup) were calculated in order to locate the points on AutoCAD.
    Then the contouring was performed by Radiation method.
    Readings were taken from the central point at 30 degree interval.
    All the readings were recorded on a paper and rough diagrams were drawn.
    These Diagrams and readings were combined and were plotted on AutoCAD.
    The points of same Reduced Level were joined by a line making contours.
    An image of the area taken from Google Earth was placed to make it more real.
    The Radial Lines were removed leaving the contour which were required.
    A detailed report was made containing all the information about the Contour Survey.
    Problems
    The Problems faced by the Students during the Survey are as follows:
    Due to the Hot Climate the students got exhausted after the survey.
    Due to the Dust on the field, problems were faced in contouring.
    The Cars parked on the field were creating problems in taking readings.
    Observations
    R.L. of Bench Mark: 50
    Instrument A:
    Staff reading at bench mark: 4.8
    Height of Instrument: 54.8
    Instrument B:
    Staff reading at bench mark: 4.8
    Height of Instrument: 54.8
    Observation Table ADISTANCEANGLEBSISFSHIRLREMARK               BM = 50         at 0        4.8  54.850 15  4.9  49.9 30  4.99  49.81 45   5.25 49.55  at 30        5.25  54.849.55 15  4.92  49.88 30  4.99  49.81 45  5.25  49.55 60   5.77 49.03  at 60        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.91  49.89 30  4.99  49.81 45  5.1  49.7 60  5.2  49.6 75  5.25  49.55 90   5.77 49.03  at 90        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.86  49.94 30  4.87  49.93 45  4.99  49.81 60  4.97  49.83 75   5.25 49.55  at 120        5.25  54.849.55 15  4.8  50 30  4.75  50.05 45  4.75  50.05 60  4.8  50 75  4.99  49.81 90   5.25 49.55  at 150       5.25  54.849.55 15  4.8  50 30  4.75  50.05 45  4.75  50.05 60   4.75 50.05   at 180        4.75  54.850.05 15  4.8  50 30  4.69  50.11 45   4.69 50.11  at 210        4.69  54.850.11 15  4.69  50.11 30  4.8  50 45   4.58 50.22 60        at 240        4.58  54.850.22 15  4.69  50.11 30  4.69  50.11 45  4.8  50 60  4.99  49.81 75  5.25  49.55 90   5.79 49.01  at 270        5.79  54.849.01 15  4.7  50.1 30  4.8  50 45  4.99  49.81 60  5.25  49.55 75   5.79 49.01  at 300        5.79  54.849.01 15  4.8  50 30  4.8  50 45  4.99  49.81 60  5.05  49.75 75  5.25  49.55 90   5.77 49.03  at 330        5.77  54.849.03 15  5.79  49.01 30  4.99  49.81 45  5.25  49.55 60   5.77 49.03 
    Observation Table BDISTANCEANGLEBSISFSHIRLREMARK               BM = 50         at 0        4.8  54.850 15  4.75  50.05 30  4.79  50.01 45   4.8 50  at 30        4.8  54.850 15  4.68  50.12 30  4.75  50.05 45  4.75  50.05 60   4.75 50.05  at 60        4.75  54.850.05 15  4.73  50.07 30  4.73  50.07 45  4.75  50.05 60  4.75  50.05 75  4.99  49.81 90   5.25 49.55  at 90        5.25  54.849.55 15  5.27  49.53 30  4.93  49.87 45  4.75  50.05 60  4.8  50 75   4.99 49.81  at 120        4.99  54.849.81 15  4.75  50.05 30  4.8  50 45  4.81  49.99 60  4.99  49.81 75  5.77  49.03 90   5.77 49.03  at 150        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.8  50 30  4.81  4.99 45  4.99  49.81 60   5.77    at 180        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.8  50 30  4.99  49.81 45   5.77 49.03  at 210        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.8  50 30  4.9  49.9 45  5.77  49.03 60   5.77 49.03  at 240        5.77  54.849.03 15  4.58  49.22 30  4.58  49.22 45  4.58  49.22 60  4.99  49.81 75  5.05  49.75 90   5.77 49.03  at 270        5.79  54.849.01 15  4.56  50.24 30  4.58  50.22 45  4.99  49.81 60  5.25  49.55 75   5.79 49.01  at 300        5.79  54.849.01 15  4.8  50 30  4.58  50.22 45  4.99  49.81 60  5.25  49.55 75  5.79  49.01 90   5.68 49.12  at 330        5.68  54.849.12 15  4.8  50 30  4.58  50.22 45  4.66  50.14 60   4.58 50.22 
    Pictures

    Conclusion
    Aims
    The Aims of this report are as follows:
    Perform a contour survey (by Radiation Method) of Parking Area of F and G Block of Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology.
    Plot the Contour by means of AutoCAD.
    Prepare a detailed Report regarding the Contour, containing all the readings.
    Conclusion
    The Conclusions of this report are as follows:
    The surface of the Parking area has many up and downs.
    It is full of Sand and Dust.
    The dimensions of the Area are 193’ x 234’.
    The total Area of the Parking lot is approximately 45162’.
    Due to depressions and uneven surface, rain water remains there for a long time.
    The Surface should be leveled such that the rain water drains.
    The uneven surface is also dangerous for people coming on motorcycles.
    Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology
    Civil Engineering Department
    Batch 2009 - Section C
    Group Leader:Ghulam Mustafa Vira2009-CV-136Group Members:Hafiz Abdus Sami2009-CV-138Ali Raza2009-CV-157Faizyab e Mustafa2009-CV-152Muhammad Shakir2009-CV-139Aamir Aleem2009-CV-149Ameer Faisal2009-CV-160Ismail Yar2009-CV-154Mubeen Patel2009-CV-181Wajid Ali2009-CV-171Muhammad Zohaib2009-CV-274Faisal Bilal2009-CV-271Saddam Hussain2009-CV-167Moula Bukhsh2009-CV-150Muhammad Saleem2009-CV-1512009-CV-185Mujtaba Ahmed Khan2009-CV-162Ali Shah2009-CV-143Shahrukh2009-CV-159Asadullah2009-CV-188Faizaan2009-CV-165Shabaaz2009-CV-140Mansoor2009-CV-180Umer Abid2009-CV-147Talha2009-CV-201Salman Aziz2009-CV-148Haseeb Mansoori2009-CV-1932009-CV-190Ahrar Khan2009-CV-1952009-CV-1722009-CV-163Saleem Mangrio2009-CV-184Jamhoor Alam2009-CV-158Yahya Jaan2009-CV-179Agha Naeem2009-CV-278naveed2009-CV-1532009-CV-1892009-CV-1962009-CV-1702009-CV-1762009-CV-1462009-CV-1872009-CV-1822009-CV-165
    Im extremely sorry for the inconvenience that some of the names are missing but you can see all the roll numbers I guess
    Don’t copy plz
    Property of Sec C – CV - 2009
    SSUET