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Sub. Code/Name: CE2204 Surveying I Year/Sem: II/III

Nov / Dec 2013 Important Questions

UNIT-I

1. a. Explain principal of Surveying.

(8)

b. With a simple sketch state the construction and use of a cross staff (8)

2. a. Explain the principal of working from whole to part

(8)

b. What are the accessories for a chain survey? Explain the functions of each. (8)

3. Discuss the various obstacles in chaining.

(16)

4. What is ranging? What are the methods of ranging a survey line?

(16)

5. a. Explain the method of reciprocal ranging.

(8)

b. Discuss the methods of chaining over obstacles for chaining and not for ranging (8)

6. A Chain was tested and found exactly 30m before starting a survey. At the end of the (16)

chain survey, it was found to be 0.18 meter too long. The survey was for finding the

area of a field. The area of this field as drawn to scale of 1cm = 50meters was 130 Sq-

m. Find correct area of the field?

UNIT-II

1. A compass survey was carried out around a closed traverse ABCD and the (16)

following readings were obtained:

LINE F.B B.B

AB 7430 25610

BC 10730 28630

CD 22510 4510

DA 30650 12610

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Find out the station affected by the local attraction and work out the corrected bearing of

the lines.

2. The following are the bearing observed in traversing with a compass an area where. (16)

Local attraction was suspected Calculate the interior angles of the traverse and correct

Them if necessary.

LINE FB BB

AB

150

0

0

330

0

0

BC

230

0

30

48

0

0

CD

306

0

15

127

0

45

DE

298

0

120

0

00

EA

49

0

30

229

0

30

3. Explain briefly about three point problem of (16)

(a) Beesels graphical method

(b) Trial and error method

4. a. Describe procedure of setting a plane table and orientation methods over (8)

a station

b. Distinguish between resection and intersection methods as applied to plane table

surveying.

(8)

5. Describe the various accessories used in plane table surveying? Explain their (16)

Functions?

6. Draw a neat sketch and explain the prismatic compass (16)

7. What is a two point problem? How it is solved. (16)

UNIT III

1. What are the temporary adjustments of dumpy level? How is it done? (16)

2. Following consecutive staffs reading were taken with a level along a sloping (16)

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Ground line AB at a regular distance of 20m by using 4 m leveling staff

0.352,0.787,1.832,2.956,3.758,0.953,1.766,2.738,3.872,0.812,2.325and 3.137.

Rule out a page of level field book, enter the above reading RL of point A is

320.288 Calculate RL of all points by rise fall system, and work out the gradient

of line AB.

3.

Following is pages of spoiled field book complete it and show necessary

Check. Find the values in the X marked column

(16)

B.S I.S F.S RISE FALL R.L

2.430

150.000

X

0.320 X

3.210

1.040 1.710

X

2.415

X

X

3.575

X X

2.150

X 2.615

X

3.670

X X

X 2.550 X

4. The following consecutive reading were taken with a level and 4m leveling staff (16)

ground at common interval of 30m

as

0.725 on

A,0.935,2.845,3.745,3.935,0.965,1.135,1.785,2.625,3.845,0.965,1.575 and

2.015 on B. The elevation of point A is 220.50m. Makeup level book page,

apply usual check and calculate the reduced levels of points. Also calculate

the gradient of line AB.

5. The following reciprocal levels were taken with one level: - (16)

INSTRUMENT

STATION

READING ON STAFF

HELD AT

A B

A 2.180 2.715

B 1.300 1.615

Distance between A and B was 900 m. If R.L. of A is 230.00m Determine i) the true

level of B ii) he combined correction for curvature and refraction.

6. What is reciprocal leveling and why is it employed? What errors will be eliminated? (16)

by this?

7. What are the methods of Interpolation of contour? Explain. (16)

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UNIT- IV

1. Describe the process of repetition and reiteration method of Theodolite traversing (16)

2. What are the different fundamental axes of theodolite and list out the relation

between them?

(16)

3. An observer standing on the deck of a ship just sees a light house. The top of the light

(16)

house is 40mts above the sea level and height of the observers eye is 5mt above the sea

level. Find the distance of the observer from the light house. (16)

4. Explain the terms:

1) Latitude

2) Departure

3) Consecutive Coordinate

4) Independent Coordinate (16)

5. A theodolite was setup a distance of 180m from a light house and the angle of

elevation to its top and depression to its base were observed as 2245 and 112

respectively. The reading on a staff held on B.M. of R.L. 175.590m.was 1.85m

with line of collimation horizontal. Calculate 1) The height of light house

2) The R.L of top. (16)

6.

Draw a neat diagram of transit theodolite and label its parts.

(16)

7.

The following are the length and bearings of the sides of a closed traverse ABCD:-

Line Length (m) Beearings

AB 76.80 140

0

12

BC 195.60 36

0

24

CD 37.30 338

0

48

DA ? ?

Compute the length and bearing of the line DA. (16)

8. Due to certain obstruction in running a traverse ABCDEA, the length and bearing of

the line CD could not be taken. The following measurements were taken. Calculate the

length and bearing of the line CD:- (16)

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UNIT- V

1. A simple curve is to have a radius of 300m. The tangents intersect at chainage (16)

of 1192.00m, and the deflection angle at intersection is 50.5

0

. Find the angent

distance, change at beginning and a length of long chord , degree of curve and

the number of full and sub chords.

2. a. What is a need for super elevation (4)

b. A transition curve is required fir a circular curve of radius 400m, the gauge (12)

being 1.5m between rail centers and maximum curve super elevation is restricted to

12.cm . The transition curve is to be designed for a velocity such that no lateral

pressure is impressed on the rails and the rate of gain of radial and the rate of gain

of radial acceleration is 30 cm/sec

2

. Calculate the required length of transition

curve and the design period.

3. a. Distinguish between a compound curve and a reverse curve. (4)

b. A parabolic vertical curve is to be set out connecting twouniform grades +0.8% (12)

The transition curve is to be designed for a velocity such that no lateral

pressure is impressed on th rails and the rate of of gain of radial acceleration is

30cm/sec

2

. Calculate the length of transition curve and the design period.

4a. Explain the procedure of setting out foundation trenches for buildings with masonary

walls. (8)

b. Briefly explain the method of setting out a simple curve by offset from the chords

produced. (8)

5. Draw a simple circular curve and mark the salient points. Explain the setting out of

curve by two theodolite method. (16)

6. Explain any linear two linear methods of setting out circular curves

(16)

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