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Pacific School of Engineering

(Managed By Pacific Education Trust,Ahmedabad)

Approved by AICTE,New Delhi and Affiliated to GTU,Ahmedabad

Rain water harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into natural reservoirs or tanks, or the infiltration of surface water into subsurface aquifers (before it is lost as surface runoff). The reasons for using rainwater harvesting systems answer three questions: What: Rainwater harvesting will improve water supply, food production, and ultimately food security. Who: Water insecure households or individuals in rural areas will benefit the most from rainwater harvesting systems. How: Since rainwater harvesting leads to water supply which leads to food security, this will greatly contribute to income generation.

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Our main purpose for this survey is to be familiar with field environment and to get practical knowledge of surveying and use of its instruments in field. Also to get detail knowledge about application of Tacheometer to find out a contour of hilly area. We select three instrument station. Also students were divided in 3 group for smooth execution of Tacheometry Survey. In each group 20 students are there. Students were highly enthusiastic to learn Tacheometry Survey or contour survey. They learned different technical activities like Readings on staff, Determination of horizontal distance & elevation, Reduced Level calculation, WCB calculation, B.M calculation, Contour forming etc. Also they had completed calculation in field book and draw a contour sheet for that hilly station.

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This project is distributed by the tendering from which Raghuveer construction gets this project of canal lining of 4 km length of the canal. The name of the contractor is Mr. Patel Nileshbhai. The duration for the completion of this work is 50 days, this work is started from 28 November 2016.According to Mr.Pathar Sugam (P.W.D Engg.) depth of the bottom layer of the concrete is 10 cm top width of the canal is 13.6 m and bottom width is 6.5 m, side slope of the canal is 4.11 with vertical.

Tachometry is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and Vertical distances of points are obtained by optical means as opposed to the ordinary slower process of measurements by tape or chain. The tachometric methods of surveying are used with advantage over the direct methods of measurement of horizontal distances and differences in elevations. It will help students to understand about topographical survey and maps.

Tachometry or telemetry is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and Vertical distances of points are obtained by optical means as opposed to the ordinary slower process of measurements by tape or chain. The tachometric methods of surveying are used with advantage over the direct methods of measurement of horizontal distances and differences in elevations. It will help students to understand about topographical survey and maps.


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