Engineering Surveying: Theory and Examination Problems for Students: 001
|Rating||:||4.36 (775 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||453 Pages|
Formerly Principal Lecturer, Civil Engineering Department, Kingston UniversityChief Examiner with the Engineering Council, UK
The author is to be congratulated for an extremely thorough, yet digestible textbook that can be recommended for all levels of survey education.' Journal for Land Survey. ' a surveying textbook that fully integrates discussion of automated systems into mainstream surveying a monumental work.
The text will be useful to both students and practitioners of civil engineering.. Curves, underground and hydrographic surveying, and aspects of dimensional control on site are also examined. Engineering Surveying: Theory and Examination Problems for Students, Volume 1, Third Edition discusses topics concerning engineering surveying techniques and instrumentations. The book is comprised of eight chapters that cover several concerns in engineering survey. Chapter 2 deals with simple and precise leveling, while Chapter 3 covers earthworks. The book also talks about the theodolite and its applications, and then discusses optical distance measurement. Chapter 1 discusses the basic concepts of surveying
Great Surveying Book I used to have a book by Banister and Raymond which was not bad, but this one here is an excellent book on surveying. A great trick in setting up a theodolite is included on page 199 and this alone was worth the price of the book. Well done Wilf !!