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Leveling & Adjustment

Started by Malik Abdur Rehman. Last reply by Jansen Loi Mar 11. 1 Reply

Dear all, Please find attached excel sheet for leveling and adjustment.If you have any question please feel free to contact me. Regards,MalikRead more →

Radial Bearing Distance

Started by Malik Abdur Rehman. Last reply by dennis ngei Feb 12. 3 Replies

Dear all, Please tell me how much excel spreadsheets are helpful in your Surveying job. I am shearing this spreadsheet for bearing+distance calculation please check. Regards, MalikRead more →

Parsing Nikon RAW data with excel formula

Started by zainul ulum. Last reply by Shamsudin Jan 30. 1 Reply

Hi Surveyors,I made formulas in excel spredsheet to parse raw data of Nikon Total Station (Nikon RAW data format V2.00).…Read more →

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Reply by YASIN MALIK on October 6, 2012 at 3:38am

Mr malik,

 NICE GREAT WORK U HAVE DONE.

Reply by akhtar nawaz on September 6, 2012 at 3:47pm
Reply by Muhammad Zeeshan on September 1, 2012 at 3:49pm

it is awesome.U really done a good job.it is very helpfull to all who belongs to survey field.

Reply by Kyaw Naing Oo on May 10, 2012 at 5:03am

Hi Mr Malik,

  You have done the great job and thanks a lot for sharing road alignment calculation spread sheet. I am using this spreadsheet to calculate the Tunnel alignment  and  very useful for me. Thanks a lot.  

Kyaw

Reply by farouk bukwa mayeko on May 3, 2012 at 5:00am

Thank bwana Malik for your good work, am using one of your spreadsheets road alignment calculation v104 and following are the problems so far am facing.

1.V CURVES: When i change the first(custom) chainage, it still computes the pvc elevation. eg. my pvi chainage is 0+101, curve length 200m then i expect the pvc chainage to be 0+001 and if i want chainages of 10m the next chainage after pvc will be 0+010 of which i used as my custom but the elevation i got was for pvc station. the same problem with horizontal alignment. pliz bwana Malik help me for that.

Reply by Gary Breisch on April 29, 2012 at 11:43pm

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Update 20120429.1039P - just sent Paul a sample working spreadsheet to play with via regular email.   Perhaps we can improve it for ease and automation together or with others interested in making improvements and using.

Reply by Paul Quagge on April 29, 2012 at 8:53pm

Hello Mr Breisch,

 

 I have created my own spreadsheet...but it is not as efficient as it could be. You enter each bs and fs and a beginning elev. But it is a two step process to calculate hi and next elev. Once it is all entered you can edit it globally because it is all dependent.

 

I am familiar with formulas, I created a spreadsheet to take gps data from grid to ground within granted tolerances...but not familiar with if then statements in excel. I have taken fortran,basic etc... and familiar with if then statements.

ok I'll be aware of your concerns

 

Thank you for getting back to me.

 

Paul

Reply by Gary Breisch on April 29, 2012 at 5:20pm

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Update 20120429.1039P - just sent Paul a sample working spreadsheet to play with via regular email.   Perhaps we can improve it for ease and automation together or with others interested in making improvements and using.

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Before I send anyone my spreadsheet that simulates a field book level loop complete with automatic calculations, I have questions and will need you to email me and let me know if you found or created what you needed.


Why not create your own spreadsheet to do what you want?

Have you tried?

Are you familiar with formulas and if statements?

Before I send my sheet, it is important to note that one should copy it to back it up because each time you use it, you will want to change the data and may want to arrange it while preserving the formulas so that it will calculate correctly.

Since you will have Point ID,  +, HI, -, Elevation, & description columns, you will need to be aware of when you do a turning point and make sure it is computing a new HI to be used till you go on to the next turning point.

I normally do not use this blog post system here but I just sent a message to a guy looking for such a spreadsheet.   I own the gbreisch.com domain.  You can visit my website at gbreisch.com for all my direct & current contact information if you want to email me about getting a copy or example of this spreadsheet I created years ago.

Reply by mashaka ally mwageni on April 29, 2012 at 4:40am

Arnel I didnt get you when you say plotting in autocad (automated). do you mean you export first the data or! please clarify it for me. thank you

 

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