THE RELEVANCE OF ROAD TO LIFE AND ITS ACTIVITIES
This project involves the route survey which includes: reconnaissance survey, theodolite traversing and leveling operations
as well as soil tests which includes; plastic limit test, liquid limit tests and moisture content determination, compaction tests and California bearing ratio tests.
This project also involves the design of the pavement and the geometric design of the roadway.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Latter Of Transmittal
Table of Contents
1.1 General Introduction
1.2 Reconnaissance survey
1.3 Geometric design
1.4 Factors influencing the choice of station
1.5 Factors which favour the selection of route or road alignment.
1.6 Aim and objective of the project
1.7 Scope of the project.
2.1 Brief description of the theodolite
2.2 Theoddolite traversing
2.3 Procedure for traversing
2.4 Traversing instruments
2.5 Conversion to whole circle bearing
3.2 Longitudinal sections or profiles
3.3 Cross section
3.4 The need
3.5 The purpose, uses and importance of leveling.
3.6 Instrument used in leveling
3.7 Terminologies used in leveling
3.8 Levelling procedure
3.9 Earth work computation
4.1 Collection of samples
4.2 Laboratory soil test
4.3 Type of laboratory test carried out
4.4 Compaction test
4.5 California bearing ratio test
4.6 Computation of CBR test result
4.7 Mechanical analysis
4.8 Atterberg limit test
4.9 Liquid limit test
4.10Plastic limit test
4.12Function of the components of a flexible road pavement.
4.13Group index method of pavement design
4.14Design data using CBR method.
5.2 Factors affecting the design of curves
5.3 Types of curves
5.4 Advantages of transition curves
5.5 Super elevation
5.6 Design of the horizontal curve
5.7 Criterial for the choice of the formation line.
5.8 Vertical curves
5.9 Stages of work in the actual road construction
5.10Equipment used for the actual road construction