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FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV           Dept. of Geospatial & Space TechnologyProgramme:                       B.Sc. (Civ...
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV       Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                              COURSE OUTLINETri...
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV      Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                   PRESENTATION OUTLINE 1)      ...
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV         Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                      COURSE ASSESSMENT     E...
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV        Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                              REFERENCES (1)1....
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV        Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                              REFERENCES (2)5....
FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV             Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology                                 TERM PAP...
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  1. 1. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space TechnologyProgramme: B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) FCE 552: Engineering SurveyCourse Title: IVCourse Prof. John Bosco Kyalo KiemaInstructor:Contact 45 Hours (1 Unit)Period:B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  2. 2. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology COURSE OUTLINETriangulation; trilateration and resection. Grid systems:convergence of meridian, scale factors. Determinationof azimuth. Photogrammetry; air photography, flying forair photography and ground control. Photo-interpretation; theory of mapping from stereoscopicpairs, practical use of stereosplotters for civilengineering works. Introduction to remote sensing andits application in Civil Engineering. Route locationsurveys; reconnaissance, preliminary and location surveysfor highways, railways, pipelines and canals. B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  3. 3. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology PRESENTATION OUTLINE 1) Horizontal Control 2) Azimuth Determination 3) Introduction to Photogrammetry 4) Fundamentals of GPS 5) Introduction to Remote Sensing 6) Fundamentals of GIS 7) Role of GS&T in Implementation and Maintenance of Civil Engineering ProjectsB.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  4. 4. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology COURSE ASSESSMENT EXAM COURSE CAT PASS TOTAL WORK MARK 70 20 10 40 100B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  5. 5. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology REFERENCES (1)1. Kennie, T.J.M., and Petrie, G. (Eds.)., 2000. Engineering Surveying Technology. Blackie Academic & Professional.2. Kizito, F. 2009. Water Supply Management in an Urban Utility: A Prototype Decision Support Framework. KTH. Stochholm, Sweden.3. Konecny, G. 2003. Geoinformation. Taylor & Francis. New York.4. Moffitt, F.H., and Mikhail, E., 1980. Photogrammetry. 3rd Ed., Harper & Row Publishers, New York. B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  6. 6. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology REFERENCES (2)5. Murai, S., 1999. GIS Work Book: Fundamentals. National Space Development Agency of Japan/ Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan.6. Richards, J.A., 1993. Remote Sensing: Digital Image Analysis. Springer-Verlag. Berlin.7. Schenk, T., 2005. Introduction to Photogrammetry. The Ohio State University, Columbus. B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
  7. 7. FCE 552: Engineering Survey IV Dept. of Geospatial & Space Technology TERM PAPERDiscuss the role of observational, informationand communication technologies in addressingglobal water issues. (Submission Date:)B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) University of Nairobi
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