Summary of Dibujo de Curvas de Nivel

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This video explains how to draw curves of level on a ground using altitude data. The equidistance between the points you are sketching will be 1 meter.

  • 00:00:00 The curves of level are elements that will be used to identify the differences in altitude that can exist between terrain in a geographic plan. This topic will be revisited from the previous topic, which is leveling simple, levelizing composite. My name is the mar azahar and I am an engineer civil. I am in charge of the topography course in this video. We'll be developing a related topic altimetry to verify the information related to leveling simple and composite. We can verify the other videos that are in my channel of youtube. Without further ado, let us begin the objective of this class. You will be able to learn to draw curves of level by graphical method from a leveling simple and composite recalling that leveling simple is a type of procedure that is done in topography with help from the fixed level that would be this and with help from a stay for that, two people are required for leveling and information is placed in the ffyl book oliver with field notebook and the terrain is also discussed earlier and also the conceptual function of the composite level which is making elevation
  • 00:05:00 In this video, a leveler explains how it calculates the equidistancia between two curves, and how it uses that information to create a leveler. In this example, the equidistancia is the distance between the two curves in meters. The leveler then moves to point 3, and points 4 and 5 to complete the leveling process.
  • 00:10:00 This video demonstrates how to create curves of level using equidistant points. Then, for this example, I'm going to propose placement of a 1-meter equidistance at each 1-meter distance. The equidistance in level curves, recall, are whole numbers like 501, 502, 503, etc. So, in this example, we have decimals. We now have decimal points because the distance was measured precisely using a precise survey. So, we're going to use x distances of whole numbers between 97.2 and 99.3. We need to pass through 98, 99, and then 99.3 to get to the 99.3 point. So, that's 316. Now, we're going to see the visual separation between each number. For example, 97.2 is separated from 98 by .2; from 99 by .3, and from 100 by .7. So, this 101.3 point is located approximatley between 98 and 99; 98 is separated from 99 by .813, 99 is separated from 100 by 1.131, and 100 is separated from 101 by 2. So, this 101.3 point is located approximat
  • 00:15:00 The video demonstrates how to draw curves in level, using points at 98, 84, 15, 94.5, 95, 96, 97, and 98.78. The last point, 98, is the dividing line between the 97 point at 84 and 98.78. The video then shows how to draw the curves in two steps, first with 98 as the starting point and then with 94.5 to 97.80. The final curves are shown with 97 and 98 united at 98.
  • 00:20:00 This video explains how to sketch curves on a level ground using altitude data. The equidistance between the points you are sketching will be 1 meter.

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