COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Introduction to Land Survey TEP   104 2 2 3 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof.Dr. Bülent ÖZEKİCİ
Instructors
Prof.Dr.BÜLENT ÖZEKİCİ1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To examine all the parameters of climate such as heat, rainfall, wind and etc.
Content
Meteorology,Atmosphere,Energy,Heat and Temperature,Humidity,Condensation,Rainfall,Air Pressure,Winds,Air Mass,Air Front,Global Climate,Agriculture and Meteorology

Learning Outcomes
1) Comprehends mensuration through simple measuring devices.
2) Understands measuring concept and recognizes unit conversions.
3) Gains engineering vision; can apply the measurement techniques for area, length, and angle to farming and his/her field.
4) Distinguishes topographical surfaces; develops profile concept. Can apply the techniques she/he has learned to another field and scrutinize the findings.
5) Meets modern technologies; distinguishes horizontal and vertical lines of sight equipment; acquires skills on using optical devices.
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
is be able to explain and apply basic theories related to major science and engineering courses in order to form a foundation which enables him/her to understand advanced level subjects related to his/her profession
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2
is able to describe, intorduce and evaluate crop and animal production techniques, tools and equipment used in this area and explain role, importance and development of agriculture in national and world economy
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is able to describe characteristics and interrelations of all stages from production to consumption in agricultural sector; is able to describe basic concepts related to efficienct and sustianable use of resources; is able to explain and apply basic econ
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4
is able to explain concepts, thought, theory and methods related to major economic, social, natural, cultural, institutional, organizational and legal factors affecting activities in agricultural sector and rural areas, also national and international for
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5
is able to apply basic principles of economics to the problemes encountered in agricultural sector
X
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is able to show and express economic and social data to be used in agricultural decision making process in tables, graphs and mathematical symbols
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is able to apply ecosystem, biodiversity, sustainable resource management, rural development, planning and technology use related knowledge to crop and animal production and marketing processes
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determines required data related to the analysis of problems encountered in agricultural sector, critically examines and uses those data, selects a proper frame, model and method for the analysis, and evaluates results of the analysis
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9
uses basic information technologies in the analysis of economic and social data and uses software prepared for this purpose and interpretes results
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10
is able to carry studies related to his/her field independently and according to the legal procedures; is able to give consultancy, supervising, and expertise services in those fields; is able to join to team works
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is able to get access to actual and updated information in the field; is able to inquire knowledge obtained and use them for public benefit according to the purpose selected
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12
is able to communicate with sepacialist and non-specialist people both in verbal and written form; is able to select most appropriate communications methods; is able to develop cooperation with stakeholders on producer and organization basis
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acquires general and professional foreign language command at a sufficient level to observe professional developments and communicate with colleagues;is able to use information and communication technologies
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14
is able to identify problems that can be encountered in agricultural sector; determines their context, evaluates effects of solutions, projects and policies applied in this context, produces solutions, projects and policy alternatives, foresees possible
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is able to describe historical development of the profession, ethical principles obligatory during the performance of the profession and to be consicous of meticulous application of these principles
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Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Definitions of surveying and relevant topics; units and unit conversions Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Demonstration
2 Distance measurements; errors in measurements on angle, distance and surface. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Demonstration
3 Setting out right angles with prizmatic squares, ranging poles of metal or wooden. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
4 Field applications of elementary surveying equipment (angle, distance and area); setting out straight lines etc. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
Case Study
Lab / Workshop
5 Calculating surface areas of irregular shaped fields by triangulation technique Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
6 Calculating surface areas of irregular shaped fields by coordinate and mixed methods. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
Motivations to Show
Group Study
Lab / Workshop
Problem Solving
7 Field application of calculating surface areas of irregular shaped fields Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
Group Study
8 Planimeters and calculating areas on the plans; shifting plan scales Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Demonstration
Motivations to Show
Group Study
Lab / Workshop
9 Measuring differences in elevation with optical instruments. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Testing
10 Mid-term exam Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
11 Types of levelling: Point, profile and surface levelling. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
12 Field application of point and longitudinal profile levelling. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Motivations to Show
Group Study
Lab / Workshop
13 Transverse profiles levelling and drawing cross-section; surface leveling for setting out contour lines. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
Case Study
Problem Solving
14 Field application of transverse profiles levelling Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Drilland Practice
Motivations to Show
Group Study
Brain Storming
Lab / Workshop
Problem Solving
15 Theodolites and Stadia Tacheometry for distance measurements; the inclined line of sight with theodolites with applications. Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Drilland Practice
Demonstration
Motivations to Show
Group Study
Brain Storming
Case Study
Problem Solving
Project Based Learning
16-17 Final exam Sections from different chapters relevant to the subject Testing
Homework
Project / Design
Performance Task
Performans Uygulaması

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