|School of Engineering
|UCLan Coursework Assessment Brief
|Academic Year 2021/22
|Module Title: Professional Practice (Drawing & Surveying) Module Code: BN1993
|This assessment is worth 35% of the overall module mark
Levelling: You have determined the following information:
Results taken from a 2 peg test at Roeburn Hall.
Results from a flying levels exercise, whereby level of the local OSBM near Roeburn Hall has been transferred to a nearby TBM.
You are also provided with the following information:
A theoretical level survey of an area on Maudland Bank.
Angular Measurement: You have determined the following information:
An angle measured with a theodolite.
Results from a closed theodolite survey around Roeburn Hall.
Task: You need to present the survey information in a structured report that shows the following:
The readings taken and results of the 2 peg test.
The readings taken and results of the flying levels from the OSBM to the TBM including reduced levels at the OSBM and TBM and your error.
For the level survey; calculated reduced levels plotted at each intersection and contour lines marked clearly on the plan provided.
A volume (cut/fill) calculation for the amount of material to be taken away to leave a formation level of 30.000m AOD for a proposed floor slab of a small 12.5mx12.5m building. 45 marks
The readings taken during the angular measurement exercises and calculations to translate the readings to an enclosed angle on the ground.The results, calculations and a plot of the closed survey clearly showing the angles and distance, and your closing error. 45 marks
Remember to provide explanations as to what could have gone wrong for each set of results, or what could have been done to improve each set of results. 10 marks
Plan of the Site on Maudland Bank for the Theoretical level survey.
Surveying Readings Taken:
Results for 2-Peg Test: Date: From: To: Back Sight Intermediate Fore Sight Collimation or HPC Reduced Level* Distance Remarks 10.000
* Assume initial reduced level of 10.000m.
Results for Flying Level Test: Date: From: OSBM on Leighton Street To: TBM at Roeburn Hall Back Sight Intermediate Fore Sight Rise Fall Reduced Level Distance Remarks 30.710 OSBM
Angular Measurement Results:
Angle read = <ACB, ie set up at C. Readings taken are, Face Left to A and then over to B (repeat 3 times), followed by Face Right to A over to B (repeat 3 times) Face Left Degrees Minutes Seconds Face Right Degrees Minutes Seconds 1 1 2 2 3 3 Sloped Site Survey Results: Date: 19/11/2021 From: OSBM To: Manhole Cover Back Sight Intermediate Fore Sight Collimation or HPC Reduced Level Distance Remarks 1.178 30.710 OSBM 1.583 1.230 Corner of access cover 2.7 A0 2.4 A1 2.1 A2 1.8 A3 1.6 A4 1.6 A5 2.6 B0 2.3 B1 2.1 B2 1.9 B3 1.7 B4 1.6 B5 2.6 C0 2.3 C1 2.1 C2 1.9 C3 1.7 C4 1.6 C5 2.5 D0 2.3 D1 2.1 D2 1.9 D3 1.8 D4 1.7 D5 2.5 EO 2.4 E1 2.1 E2 1.9 E3 1.8 E4 1.6 E5 2.6 F0 2.4 F1 2.1 F2 2.0 F3 1.7 F4 1.6 F5 2.935 Manhole 1.290 1.580 Corner of access cover 1.219 OSBM Closed Theodolite Survey: Eight points were selected to traverse around Roeburn Hall. FL and FR readings taken at each point, and the distance between 2 sets of points taken: Pt 1 Degrees Minutes Seconds Pt 5 Degrees Minutes Seconds FL FL FR FR Pt 2 Degrees Minutes Seconds Pt 6 Degrees Minutes Seconds FL FL FR FR Pt 3 Degrees Minutes Seconds Pt 7 Degrees Minutes Seconds FL FL FR FR Pt 4 Degrees Minutes Seconds Pt 8 Degrees Minutes Seconds FL FL FR FR From Point X to Point Y Measured Distance Between Points (m) 1 to 2 2 to 3 3 to 4 4 to 5 5 to 6 6 to 7 7 to 8 8 to 1
Learning Outcomes Covered: Completing this assignment will meet the following learning outcomes: 3. Compile and compute information on areas, levels and volumes using land surveying.
Preparation for the Assessment: You have obtained or been provided with typical results that will be the basis of your calculations. You will be expected to read around and include relevant references your work in your report. An indicative reading list can be found by following the link from Blackboard. CIOB Accreditation requirements mean that you must achieve a minimum mark of 35% from this assignment to be eligible to pass the module overall when all module assessments are aggregated together.
Marking Criteria: The table shown below details specific features of work at each grade for this particular coursework and level of study. Grade (%) Specific Features 80+ Results presented appropriately and discussion shows evidence of thorough understanding of the subject matter, showing some originality or creativity. Other sections of the report are clear and logical, making very good use of references beyond the material given. Report is well-presented, written in impersonal, past tense with no errors. 70-79 Results presented appropriately and discussion shows evidence of thorough understanding of the subject matter. Other sections of the report are clear and logical, making good use of references beyond the material given. Report is well-presented, written in impersonal, past tense with few or no errors. 60-69 Results presented appropriately and discussion shows evidence of understanding of the subject matter. Other sections of the report are clear. Appropriate references used. Report is well-presented and correctly structured, with few errors in use of units, citation of references and format of graphs and tables. 50-59 Results suitably presented and described. Discussion shows evidence of consideration of the significance of the results. Adequate description of procedures and aims. Some references given beyond provided material. Report is generally consistent in presentation and follows instructions given with some errors. 40-49 Results suitably presented and described. Adequate description of procedures and aims. Some references given but relies on material provided. Referencing and presentation attempt to follow instructions given. 30-39 Incomplete results, little or no discussion. Inadequate description of experiment and aims. No references given. Poor, inconsistent presentation. Incorrect structure. 0-29 No serious attempt to address the problem. Evidence of group working or plagiarism.
|Release Dates and Hand in Deadline: Assessment Release date: 28 February 2022 Assessment Deadline Date and time: 01 May 2022 @ 23:55 Please note that this is the final time you can submit – not the time to submit! Your feedback/feed forward and mark for this assessment will be provided on 22 May 2022
|Submission Details: The assessment will be equivalent to 1500 words and is worth 35% of the overall mark for this module. Please amalgamate all work into one document for Turnitin submission. Create a professional document using tables, figures and calculations as required. Ensure that the document is referenced correctly where appropriate. Please submit electronically via Turnitin. Your final submission via Turnitin will be taken as a declaration of originality that this final submission is entirely your own work. Make sure you include references as required. Lateness penalties will be applied (as outlined in the School Guide) in ALL instances, unless a documented case can be made for an extension, in advance of the submission date. The Turnitin link will allow multiple submissions of your assignment to allow you to check the originality of your work via the Originality Report. Please note that later submissions may take 24 hours to generate an Originality Report. Only the last submission is retained by Turnitin for marking. Please contact Paul via email on firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any problems with submission.
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