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Shaft Surveying using Modern Techniques

John Cunnington

Shaft Surveying using Modern Techniques

John Cunnington.

by John Cunnington

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Published by Chartered Land Surveyor .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesChartered Land Surveyor Volume 4 No. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination7p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15559313M

  Numerous diagrams are included to illustrate the text and fully worked examples show how to apply the techniques discussed. By combining details of work for land surveying and setting out for construction, the author aims to provide a comprehensive volume for everyone using levels, theodolites and tapes, and their latest : Frank Bell. The first hydrographic survey breakthrough technique happened early in the 20th Century when Nicholas Heck of the Coast and Geodetic Survey (C&GS), a descendant agency of the U.S. Coast Survey, improved the wiredrag. This was a method of sweeping an area with a wire at a preset depth extended between two vessels (see illustration).

  Mr. Erik J. van Duffelen of Initio Africa in South Africa further mentions that, the bottom line when it comes to modern survey equipment is simplicity of use, mobility and accuracy. “Send a custom flight plan to the Sirius Pro with MAVinci software, then simply hand-launch the unmanned aircraft system (UAS): Automatic flight planning, simple hand launch and autopilot-assisted manual control. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

surveying which will be paid for at the rate established by the contract. Department Surveying - When the bid schedule does not contain pay item , Construction Surveying, the Engineer will furnish one set of construction stakes and marks establishing lines and grades as described below for proper prosecution of the work.   Modern surveying techniques 1. MODERN SURVEYING TECHNIQUES Sunil Kumar() Sunny Jaiswal() 2. CONTENT 1. Basics of surveying 2. Modern surveying equipments 3. Remote sensing 3. BASICS OF THE SURVEYING • Surveying is defined as the science of making measurements especially of the earth surface.


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Two vertical shafts approximately m deep, a decline, two return air passes and extensive underground tunnels and infrastructure for mass-mining. First underground production is planned for The need to include the survey discipline from the outset of the project has risen as key to the successful delivery of a quality project.

Four traditional surveying techniques (1) astronomic positioning, (2) triangulation, (3) trilateration, and (4) traverse are in general use for determining the exact positions of points on the earth's surface.

In recent years, modern technological developments have added several new. MODERN SURVEY INSTRUMENTS AND THEIR USE IN MINE SURVEYING. Modern Quantity Surveying- A complete package Shaft Surveying using Modern Techniques book values to projects. March ; DOI: /RG It is a book containing long list of items involved in the project.

Modern surveying involves use of sophisticated scientific instruments, mathematical methods and computational techniques.

This book on surveying explains comprehensively the principles of surveying instruments and derivation of mathematical formula.

Separate chapters have been written on “Underground surveys” and “Computer Programs in. Leveling work is carried out using a Dumpy level and a leveling staff. With such surveying instruments, survey work will be slow and tedious.

Hence modern surveying instruments are becoming more popular and they are gradually replacing old surveying instruments such as compass and Dumpy level. Points are set by first drilling a small hole in the roof about 3/4" deep, into which a round wooden plug is driven. Then the survey point is marked by driving a metal spad into the plug.

A spad looks like a small flat key. It has a round head with a hole through it and a straight shaft. Contents:What is Underground Surveying?Applications of Underground SurveysThe survey work in connection with tunneling can be divided into:Surface survey:Transferring the alignment undergroundLevels in tunnels: What is Underground Surveying.

Underground surveying embraces the survey operations performed beneath the surface of the earth in connection with tunneling. Minnesota, to assist the Department in the development of a “Modern Surveying System.” It was a unique and ambitious undertaking involving a parallel training and education program for 42 employees.

The main goals were to implement major changes in surveying methods and standards; to conduct research in the use of modern surveying equipment.

and 3. Vertical plumbing is accomplished using a precision zenith plummet mounted under-ground on a pair of translation stages. The points at the top of the shaft are defined in three dimensions by the centers of Taylor Hobson Spheres which are mounted on survey brackets included in the basic shaft.

Surveying instruments are designed and constructed to provide years of reliable use. Although they are constructed for rugged field conditions, the mechanical components and electronics of precision instruments can be damaged by careless acts or inattention to the procedures for use, care and adjustment of the instruments.

conventional sinking of one large diameter shaft was declined and replaced with three smaller raise bored shafts. A wire line geophysical survey was done and the results indicated that a single shaft larger then 4 m diameter unsupported would not be suitable. The shafts were placed 28 meters apart measured from centre to centre.

Mining surveying can be summarised as ‘the digging of mine shafts and galleries and the calculation of volume of rock’, although it entails much more than this in practice. Geometric constraints – e.g. vertical shafts and narrow passages – demand the use of specific survey techniques.

Modern surveying can be said to have begun by the late 18th century. One of the most notable early feats of surveyors was the measurement in the s of the meridian from Barcelona, Spain, to Dunkirk, France, by two French engineers, Jean Delambre and Pierre Méchain, to establish the basic unit for the metric system of measurement.

There is also a need to keep a survey book in the survey office. This book should be in hard copy and should comply with requirements of section 89 of the Act. This does not prevent the same information being stored in electronic form in addition to the hard copy.

Results of survey department audits can be noted in this book, as well as records. This manual provides basic concepts about surveying and is intended for use in the training course Surveying Methods for Local Highway Agencies. The manual and course are intended for town, village, city, and county personnel who have field responsibilities related to.

This present paper describes an exercise taken up for the first time in India to transfer the center of a mine shaft from the surface to different seams in the underground mine with the help of modern instruments and techniques using a laser beam, gyro.

Use ranging rods to insure that all 4 pins are in a straight line. Use your normal walk to pace off each distance (i.e.: 0 to 20, 0 to 40 and 0 to 60) a total of 3 times each. Record the number of paces for each trial in your field book. Calculate the average number of paces for each distance.

Calculate the average length of your. Tunnels and underground excavations, horizontal underground passageway produced by excavation or occasionally by nature’s action in dissolving a soluble rock, such as limestone.A vertical opening is usually called a s have many uses: for mining ores, for transportation—including road vehicles, trains, subways, and canals—and for conducting water and sewage.

Download Fundamentals of Surveying By – Fundamentals of Surveying written by S.K. Roy, whose first edition was printed and Published by Asoke K. Ghosh, Prentice-Han of India Private Limited. Modern surveying involves use of sophisticated scientific instruments. mathematical methods and computational techniques.

In writing this book on surveying, the author have tried therefore to.1. Surveying is the basic need of Civil Engineering nowadays. 2. Modern surveying equipments like Total Station gives both manual and digital values. 3. These Instruments are very useful for both land, marine survey etc.

References- 1. Surveying and Levelling by N. N. Basak, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Surveying .These modern GPS surveying techniques are given a variety of names by different GPS manufacturers, but the following generic technologies will be used here.

Rapid static positioning technique. Stop-and-go technique. Kinematic positioning technique. All require the use of specialized hardware and software, as well as new field procedures.