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The Topography course introduces the disciplinary and operational aspects related to the study, survey and representation of land, the interpretation and use of existing cartography, the solution of problems affecting the field of civil works and the modification of the territory. The course is mainly aimed at the acquisition of basic knowledge of maps and cartographic techniques, necessary for a profitable and conscious use of cartography as an essential source and tool of geographical research. Particular attention is devoted to the analysis of the technical characteristics and scientific assumptions of the representation of the earth's surface and to the description of the processes necessary for the construction of maps, both with traditional instruments and computer methods.
Topography and Cartography
Know how to read a map: -Cartographic presentation of the land; -Italy map; -IGM map
-UTM system; - Cassini Soldner maps; - Cadastral maps
-Thematic maps; -CTR; -Import and scale a map in AutoCAD; -Measure the Earth: -Trigonometry calls; -Planimetric measurements; -Detection of points and small areas (intersection forward, reverse); -Detection of areas of medium extension (open and closed polygonal)
-Extension relief (geodetic triangulations)
-Altimetric measurements; -Geometrical levels; -Trigonometric levels; -Celerimentation; -Organization of work, method and calculations; -Measuring Tools
Appunti di lezione e materiale didattico distribuito dal docente (CD).
Chiumenti R., Costruzioni rurali, Edagricole, Bologna
Del Gaudio Alberto "Nuovo Corso di Topografia per gli Istituti Tecnici per Geometri". Calderini- Bologna
De Toma Giorgio, “Corso di Topografia” (per Ist. Tecn. Agrari). Zanichelli-Bologna
De Toma Giorgio, “Topografia” (per Ist. Tecn. per Geometri). Zanichelli-Bologna
theory lessons with blackboard and computer presentations; exercises with student presentations