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1. Define Surveying, Types of surveying and Classify Surveying on the basis of the purpose of the survey.
2. Define: a) Chainage b) Backsight c) Intermediate sight d) Change point
3. (Given Numerical)If the chain was correct before commencement of the work, Find the true Distance.
4. Write down the pre of Indirect ranging with a suitable sketch.
5. Explain tie line, check line, base line and main survey line with neat sketch.
1. Surveyor’s compass and Prismatic compass.
2. Differentiate between Whole circle bearing (WCB) and Reduced bearing system. If θ is the WCB, what would be the reduced bearing in all four quadrants?
3. Compare i) Closed traverse and open traverse ii) Surveyors Compass and Prismatic Compass.
4. What is a local attraction? Which are the methods of elimination of local attraction?
5. Calculate the included angles for the closed compass traverse ABCDA run clockwise from following data: (Given Table)
6. A Survey was conducted round a lake and the bearings as shown aside were obtained. Determine which of the stations are affected by local attraction and give the values of the corrected bearings. (Given Table)
1. Describe with the neat sketches Principle of leveling
2. In running fly levels from a BM of RL 150.000m the following readings are obtained. (Given Numericals) Work out the staff readings required for setting the tops of the pegs on the given gradient.
3. The following notes refer to the reciprocal levelling. (Given Table) Find (a) The true R.L. of B, (b) Combined corrections for curvature and refraction and error in collimation adjustment of the instrument
4. Explain reciprocal leveling with its procedure and purpose.
5. Determine the ground elevations of both the instrument and elevation of point R. (Given any Numerical)
6. Write notes on Precise leveling
7. Rise and fall method and Plane of collimation method.
8. Define: a) Chainage b) Backsight c) Intermediate sight d) Foresight e) Change point
1. Describe 1) Neat sketches of Characteristics of contours 2) Advantages and disadvantages of plane table survey.
2. What is a planimeter? Explain its construction and working with suitable example?
3. Explain the measurement of volume from spot levels.
4. Calculate the area enclosed between the chain line, end offsets and irregular boundary line by the coordinate method. (Given Tale)
5. Find the true length of line if the cross-sectional area of tape was (Given any Numerical)
6. Calculate the volume of earth removed for a piece of borrow pit shown. At the corners, the data mentioned is amount of cut in meters. (Given Diagram)
7. List the accessories required for Plane Table Survey. Describe the intersection method of plane table survey with its advantage.
8. Calculate the area using Simpson’s Rule. (Given Table)
9. Write notes on: (i) Contour Gradient (ii) Methods in PTS
10. Trapezoidal rule and Prismoidal rule.
1. Describe 1) with neat sketches Repetition method 2) The permanent adjustment of a level 3) Procedure of faking bearing of a line with theodolite.
2. In a chain and compass traversing following bearings are observed. (Given Table)
Compute (Given Points)
3. State and explain the various miscellaneous uses of a transit?
4. Balance the above theodolite traverse by Bowditch’s rule. (Givn Table)
5. Calculate the missing quantities for a theodolite survey of closed transverse (Given Table)
6. Explain in detail the use of theodolite as a level. OR Explain how the project of theodolite traversing is executed?
7. Write a note on different axes of theodolite and their interrelationships for the instrument to be in perfect adjustment. (Sketch is desirable.)
8. Write short notes on: i) Gale's traverse table. ii) Measurement of horizontal angle by method of Repetition. iii) GTT
9. Initially, a staff was held vertically at a distance. (Given any Numerical). Find RL of Q & dist. PQ.
1. A tacheometer has a diaphragm with three cross hairs spaced at a distance of (Given any Numerical) Calculate the tacheometric constants.