Engineering Surveying : Theory and Examination Problems for Students by Schofield, W.
Taylor & Francis Ltd | 29 May 2001
Paperback | 544 pages
The aim of "Engineering Surveying" has always been to impart and develop a clear understanding of the basic topics of the subject. The author has fully revised the book to make it the most up-to-date and relevant textbook available on the subject. The book also contains the latest information on trigonometric leveling, total stations and one-person measuring systems. A new chapter on satellites ensures a firm grasp of this vitally important topic. The text covers engineering surveying modules for civil engineering students on degree courses and forms a reference for the engineering surveying module in land surveying courses. It will also prove to be a valuable reference for practitioners. The key features include: simple clear introduction to surveying for engineers; explains key techniques and methods; and details reading systems and satellite position fixing.