Course Details

Land Consolidation (MI)

Academic Year 2022/23

BSB009 course is part of 2 study plans

BPC-SI Summer Semester 1st year

BPC-MI Summer Semester 1st year

Land consolidation – simple and complex, Optimal spatial and functional arrangement of land, Area survey and analysis of actual condition, Scope of land consolidation, Plan of common facilities, Polyfunctional ecological, soil erosion control, transport and water management system, Landscape plan, Determination of quality and quantity of landowners claims, Land consolidation design and its digital processing,Technical standard for designing a plan of common facilities, Creating technical documentation, Geographic information system, Digital cadastral map

Course Guarantor

prof. Ing. Miroslav Dumbrovský, CSc.

Institute

Institute of Landscape Water Management

Objective

The goal is introduction of land consolidation process like complex methode for optimal spatial and functional arrangement of plots into a system of common facilities for students in conection on traffic, erosion control and ecological systems as obligatory parts of plan of common facilities.
The students will provide practical and theoretical information abot komplex system of methodes for project design of lad consolidation process especially in digital forms

Knowledge

Student gains basic knowledge of land consolidation process like complex method for optimal spatial and functional arrangement of plots.

Syllabus

1. Introduction, definition and structure of the process of land consolidation.
2. Digital and standard geodetic and other basic data.
3. Requirements of local government, cadastral and land authorities.
4. Land survey and actual state analysis, opening dealings, owners staff.
5. Measurement of points posittion, scope of land consolidation.
6. Geodetic site survey,Tacheometry for land digital elevation model.
7. Determination of quality and quantity of landowners claims.
8. Plan of common facilities,Technical standard for designing a plan of common facilities. Creating technical documentation.
9. Soil erosion and flood control and water management system.
10. System of ecological stability,Design of new field road structure, Landscape plan and rural renewal planning process.
11. Design of spatial and functional arrangement of new land plots. Digital processing of design,Creation of new digital cadastral map.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of issues of Hydrology, Water management of the landscape, Watershed protection, Geodesie

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

6 credits

Semester

summer

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

https://www.vut.cz/en/students/courses/detail/255694

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Introduction, definition and structure of the process of land consolidation.
2. Digital and standard geodetic and other basic data.
3. Requirements of local government, cadastral and land authorities.
4. Land survey and actual state analysis, opening dealings, owners staff.
5. Measurement of points posittion, scope of land consolidation.
6. Geodetic site survey,Tacheometry for land digital elevation model.
7. Determination of quality and quantity of landowners claims.
8. Plan of common facilities,Technical standard for designing a plan of common facilities. Creating technical documentation.
9. Soil erosion and flood control and water management system.
10. System of ecological stability,Design of new field road structure, Landscape plan and rural renewal planning process.
11. Design of spatial and functional arrangement of new land plots. Digital processing of design,Creation of new digital cadastral map.

Exercise

13 weeks, 3 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Digital and standard geodetic and other basic data.
2. Actual state analysis.
3. Geodetic site survey.
4. Determination of quality and quantity of landowners claims.
5. Plan of common facilities.
6. Design of field roads structure.
7. Design of Soil erosion and flood control and water management system.
8. Design of spatial and functional arrangement of new land plots.