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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-192

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188 ENGINEERING Embankments Computing Scale Planimeter Setting out Curves by Chain and Theodolite Parliamentary Surveying Standing Orders Dialling Plotting and Grading Sections Road Alterations &c Heliostat Plane Table Transit In- strument Time Latitude and Longitude Setting out Work Setting out on Sidelong Ground Setting out Curves Trigono- metrically Setting out Curves when intersection of tangents is inaccessible Lengths of Curves Formula3 employed in setting out Curves Aneroid Barometer and Hypsometer Contouring Land for building and other purposes Setting out Tunnels Underground Surveying Stadium Omni- meter Tacheometer Third Year Lecture Room from to every Friday during the Academical Year Students may also attend the Lectures and Field Work of the First and Second Years The Third Year course deals with the various branches of Civil Engineering practice The construction of Roads and Railways Contract Sections Points and Crossings Tunnel- ling and Tunnel Construction Gauging Streams Taking Soundings Measuring and Observing Currents Hydraulic Surveying Slopes and Slips Bridges Calculation of Strains Lattice and Web Girders Cast Iron Bridges Railways in England and abroad Passenger and Goods Main Lines double and single The arrangement of Passing Places Level Crossings Junctions Sidings Turnouts Cross- overs Stations and Goods Yards Steep Grade Railways Tramways Land Reclamation by embanking or warping up Foreshore protection Land draining Sewerage of Towns and Villages Sewage Outfalls Sewage disposal by irrigation by filtration and by precipitation Water supply of Towns and Villages Impounding Reservoirs Underground Water Springs Wells &c Arrangements of mains service pipes valves and hydrants Floods Prevention Improving navigable channels Training Walls Docks Harbours Piers Drawing and designing The Students of this year accompany the Professor to in-
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