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1. Plane SurveyingTraverse, Electronic Distance Measurement and Curves Civil Engineering Students Year (1) Second semester – Phase II Dr. Kamal M. Ahmed

2. Introduction • Topics in Phase II: Angles and Directions, Traverse, EDM, Total Stations, Curves, and Introduction to Recent and supporting technologies • Introduction of the Instructor • Background, honors, research interests, teaching, etc. • Method of teaching: • what to expect and not to expect, what is allowed. • Language used. • Lecture slides: NO DISTRIBUTION WITHOUT PERMIT • Breaks

3. Introduction • Lab sections • E-mail list • Textbook • Sheets • Exams

4. LIDAR DEM USGS DEM Example Of Current Research Based on Laser Distance MeasuerementsLIDAR Terrain Mapping in Forests

5. LIDAR Canopy Model (1 m resolution) WHOA!

6. Canopy Height (m)

7. Raw LIDAR point cloud, Capitol Forest, WA LIDAR points colored by orthophotograph FUSION visualization software developed for point cloud display & measurement

8. Angles and Directionsالزوايا و الاتجهات

9. Angles and Directions 1- Angles: • Horizontal and Vertical Angles • Horizontal Angle: The angle between the projections of the line of sight on a horizontal plane. • Vertical Angle: The angle between the line of sight and a horizontal plane. • Kinds of Horizontal Angles • Angles to the Right: clockwise, from the rear to the forward station, Polygons are labeled counterclockwise. • Interior (measured on the inside of a closed polygon), and Exterior Angles (outside of a closed polygon).

10. Angles to the Left: counterclockwise, from the rear to the forward station. Polygons are labeled clockwise. • Right (clockwise) and Left (counterclockwise) Polygons

11. 2- Directions الاتجهات : • Direction of a line is the horizontal angle between the line and an arbitrary chosen reference line called a meridian. • We will use north or south as a meridian ““مرجع • Types of meridians: • Magnetic: defined by a magnetic needle “ ” ابرة • Geodetic “ جيوديسى” meridian: connects the mean positions of the north and south poles “ اقطا ب”. • Astronomic الفلكى : instantaneous لحظى , the line that connects the north and south poles “ اقطا ب” at that instant. Obtained by astronomical observations. • Grid شبكى : lines parallel to a central meridian • Distinguish between angles, directions, and readings.

12. Angles and Azimuthالزوايا والانحرافات • Azimuth الانحراف: • Horizontal angle measured clockwise from a meridian (north) to the line, at the beginning of the line • The line AB starts at A, the line BA starts at B. • Back-azimuth “الانحراف الخلفى “ is measured at the end of the line.

13. Azimuth and Bearingالمختصرالانحراف و الانحراف • Bearing (reduced azimuth): acute “حادة “ horizontal angle, less than 90°, measured from the north or the south direction to the line. Quadrant is shown by the letter N or S before and the letter E or W after the angle. For example: N30W is in the fourth quad “ الربع الرابع“. • Azimuth and bearing: which quadrant “ اى ربع “ ?

14. N AZ = B AZ = 360 - B N AZ = 180 + B AZ = 180 - B

15. Departures and Latitudes المركبات السينية و الصادية

16. Azimuth Equations • How to know which quadrant from the signs of departure and latitude? • For example, what is the azimuth if the departure was (- 20 m) and the latitude was (+20 m) ? • The following are important equations to memorize and understand Azimuth of a line (BC)=Azimuth of the previous line AB+180°+angle B Assuming internal angles in a counterclockwise polygon

17. N N N N N C B B A A C Azimuth of a line such as BC = Azimuth of AB ± The angle B +180°

18. P (E ,N) α • L E N Easting and Northing • In many parts of the world, a slightly different form of notation is used. • instead of (x,y) we use E,N (Easting, Northing) . • In Egypt, the Easting comes first, for example: (100, 200) means that easting is 100 • In the US, Northing might be mentioned first. • It is a good practice to check internationally produced coordinate files before using them.

19. N Polar Coordinates u +P ( ) r , r u E • The polar coordinate system describes a point by (angle, distance) instead of (X, Y) • We do not directly measure (X, Y in the field • In the field, we measure some form of polar coordinates: angle and distance to each point, then convert them to (X, Y)

20. Examples

21. Example (1) Calculate the reduced azimuth of the lines AB and AC, then calculate the reduced azimuth (bearing) of the lines AD and AE

23. Example (2) Compute the azimuth of the line : - AB if Ea = 520m, Na = 250m, Eb = 630m, and Nb = 420m - AC if Ec = 720m, Nc = 130m - AD if Ed = 400m, Nd = 100m - AE if Ee = 320m, Ne = 370m

24. Note: The angle computed using a calculator is the reduced azimuth (bearing), from 0 to 90, from north or south, clock or anti-clockwise directions. You Must convert it to the azimuth α , from 0 to 360, measured clockwise from North. • Assume that the azimuth of the line AB is (αAB ), • the bearing is B = tan-1 (ΔE/ ΔN) • If we neglect the sign of B as given by the calculator, then, • 1st Quadrant : αAB = B , • 2nd Quadrant:αAB = 180 – B, • 3rd Quadrant: αAB = 180 + B, • 4th Quadrant: αAB = 360 - B

25. - For the line (ab): calculate ΔEab = Eb – Ea and ΔNab = Nb – Na - If both Δ E, Δ N are - ve, (3rd Quadrant) αab = 180 + 30= 210 - If bearing from calculator is – 30 & Δ E is – ve& ΔN is +ve αab = 360 -30 = 330 (4th Quadrant) - If bearing from calculator is – 30& ΔE is + ve& ΔN is – ve, αab = 180 -30 = 150 (2nd Quadrant) - If bearing from calculator is 30 , you have to notice if both ΔE, ΔN are + ve or – ve, If both ΔE, ΔN are + ve, (1st Quadrant) αab = 30 otherwise, if both ΔE, ΔN are –ve, (3rd Quad.) αab = 180 + 30 = 210