Valens Frangez: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2021
|Name||Dr. Valens Frangez|
Geosensorik und Ingenieurgeodäsie
ETH Zürich, HIL D 45.3
|Telephone||+41 44 633 73 29|
|Department||Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
|103-0767-00L||Engineering Geodesy Lab||4 credits||3P||A. Wieser, V. Frangez|
|Abstract||Development of concepts and solutions for challenging tasks in Engineering Geodesy using real-world examples|
|Objective||The students learn to develop, assess and realize concepts and solutions for real-world problems in Engineering Geodesy. They advance the knowledge and skills which they have acquired in relation with geodetic metrology, engineering geodesy. They establish links between these subjects. Particular attention is paid to the selection of appropriate sensors and measurement systems, selection of appropriate measurement and data processing methods, end-to-end quality control, fulfillment of non-technical criteria, and to the documentation of the work.|
|Content||Engineering geodetic network measurements will planned, optimized, carried out and analyzed. The students work in teams. They choose the appropriate instruments and procedures. They determine, which tests and checks are needed and carry them out autonomously. Finally, the network design, the observation schedule, potential impacts affecting the achieved accuracy and the results will be critically evaluated.|
|Lecture notes||Publications and documents are made available as needed depending on the selected tasks.|
|Literature||- Möser, M. et al. (2000): Handbuch Ingenieurgeodäsie, Grundlagen. Wichmann, Heidelberg.|
- Heunecke et al. (2013): Handbuch Ingenieurgeodäsie, Auswertung geodätischer Überwachungsmessungen. 2. Aufl., Wichmann, Heidelberg.
- Schofield, W. and Breach, M. (2007): Engineering Surveying. 6th Edition, CRC, Boca Raton, USA.
- Caspary, W.F. (2000): Concepts of Network and Deformation Analysis. School of Geomatic Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
|Prerequisites / Notice||Successful participation in the lab requires knowledge and experiences conveyed within the related course "Engineering Geodesy". Students who have not already passed that course and who are not participating in that course will only be admitted to the lab after discussion with the instructors.|
If the timetable of the participants allows it, the 3-hourly lab units will partially be combined to individual full-time units.