CE 271 Spring Surveying Camp:

Compound Curve Notes (Part 6) are posted in ‘Lecture Notes’.

Note: The compound curve content covered in these lectures is material students should understand. However, setting out a compound curve was not covered in Dr. Haug’s lectures and will not be on the final.

30 April to 10 May including Saturday May 4th.

Exam will be closed book. Examination will be held in the instructor home rooms from 9am to 12 noon, Friday May 10th, 2013.

Please click here to see the current final exam formulae sheet.  If you wish anything else added to the sheet (except formulae you are supposed to know) you may send it to Adam Hammerlindl to be considered for inclusion. 

Click here to see which group you belong to and which room your group has been assigned to.

Each student is required to have his/her own Surveying Field Book. Surveying Field Books can be purchased at “North 40” (first floor, Agriculture Building). 

An initial common lecture will be held in room: 1B71 at 9:00 am

Please note that each student is required to pay (to our third floor office in Engineering, 3B48)  a fee of $100 in cash or by cheque (payable to University of Saskatchewan) before the course starts.  A receipt will be issued sometime during the course.  

We will be updating this site as information becomes available.

Please check this site for updates. 

A typical day at the Survey Camp (conducted on campus):

·       Meet in home room for quiz or instruction

·       A common lecture in 1B71

·       Regroup in home room for further practical instruction

·       Go out in the field  (length depends on the Laboratory)

·       Regroup to complete logbooks, drawings, calculations etc.

·       Problem Assignment will be given, and is to be submitted the next morning by 9:00 am


Check weather and choose clothing accordingly 

Lunch hour is from 12:00 to 1:00 - It is recommended that the students bring a lunch.

The Lecture Notes are posted on this web site. It is expected that the students read and print the notes before class. (With the exception of the first day of class).