Subject: Introduction to Deformation Measurement and Analysis (17 - GI009)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Geodezija
Native organizations units

Department of Civil Engineering
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2007..

Precondition courses

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Engineering GeodesyYesNo
Engineering Geodesy 2YesNo

Course which have preconditioned courses Introduction to Deformation Measurement and Analysis

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Deformation Measurements and AnalysisYesNo
To acquire applied and more specialized academic knowledge in the field of Geodesy and Deformation Measurements and Analysis. To acquire applied and more specialized academic knowledge in the field of Deformation Measurement and Analysis of movements and deformation of engineering facilities.
It solve complex problems in the field of work, leads of complex projects. It analyzes and evaluates different concepts, models and principles of theory and practice in order to improve the field of Deformation Measurements and Analysis.
Lecture content: • Basic measurement methods for tracking of movements. • Organization of deformation testing programs. • The plan and program of measurements. • Optimum accuracy and cost-effectiveness measurements. • Monitoring of displacements and deformations by automatic measuring systems. • Analysis of deformations. • Geodetic methods of data collection for deformation detection. • Surveying and surveying facilities (dams, bridges). • Geotechnical methods and special instruments for collecting deformation data. • Methods of congruence of geodetic networks. • Pelzer methods. • Karlsruhe method. • Identification of unstable points. • Application of Helmert and Unimodal transformation in deformation analysis. • Mihailovic deformation analysis method (lower limit of displacements). • Pergdef1 deformation analysis method. • The trigonometric alignment method. Method of application of the leveling in determining the uplift/subsidence. • Movement analysis and interpretation. • Reliability of deformation analysis methods • Practice content: Practical application, in lectures, presented concepts. Project and realisation of deformation measurements.
Lectures. Exercises. Prerequisites: 30% of points should be provided through tests and obligatory tasks, during the teaching process. Examination: Knowledge evaluation: guided and individual elaboration of obligatory tasks; final examination – The written examination - theory and tasks 70%.
Caspary, W. FConcept of network and deformation analysis2000The university of New South Wales, Kensigton, Sydney, AustraliaEnglish
grupa autoraAnaliza i interpretacja wynikow geodezyjnych pomiarow deformacji1987Polanica ZdrojSlovak
Milev, G.Svremenni geodezičeski metodi za izsledvane na deformacii1978Tehnika, SofiaSerbian language
Angela C. RauhutIntegrated Deformation Analysis of the Olympic Oval, Calgary1987The University of CalgaryEnglish
Mihailović, K., Aleksić, I.Koncepti mreža u geodetskom premeru2008Geokarta, BeogradSerbian language
Krunislav Mihailović, Ivan R. AleksićDeformaciona analiza geodetskih mreža1994'Geokarta', BeogradSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Computer excersise defenceYesYes10.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes70.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Sušić Zoran
Associate Professor

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Batilović Mehmed
Assistant Professor

Computational classes