Surveying-I ECE 303

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Surveying-I ECE 303

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B.Tech.

201 1 -12

SURVEYING-I

Time

: 2 Hours

Tbtal Marks

50

l.

(3.5x4=14)

(b) A30 m long steel tape is supported at the ends. Find the

normal tension for the tape with following details

cross section ofthe tape

material

78600 N/m3,

4 mm2,

: )xlQtt N/m2-The

pull at

i/.

(d) Explain the temporary adjustment of a theodolite.

(e) Describe basic features of a total station.

(f) The magnetic bearing of Sun at noon was measured with a

compass and found to be

3'J0

'.

56" 30',

ECE3O3tKIrl-26229

[Turn Over

l7.

(a)

{6x2=12)

To determine the elevation of a

were made to a

set up at a station A and the observations

the instrument was

staff held vertically at P' As a check'

observations were taken to a

set up at another point B and

staff held at P. The RL of the BM

0'3' Determine the

instrument constants were 100 and

recorded'

RL of P from the following data

I{air readings

Reading at

30

45'

2.235,2.795,3.355 1.75

20

30'

0.945,7.490,2.035 2.25

(b)

BM

Explain curvature and refraction

sea level and he was

eye of an observer is 7'5 m above

high just above the horizon'

able to see a lighthouse 50 m

and the lighthouse'

Find the distance between the observer

(c)

Explain the indirect methods of

of these methods ?

advantages and disadvantages

(6x2=12\

3. Attemptanytwopartsofthefollowing:

used in

(a) What are the different shapes of transition curves

highways and railways

transition curve'

O)

The apex distance of a io circular

tangent length and length

Determine the deflection angle,

oflong chord'

ECE303/KIH-26229

(c)

4.

(a)

(6x2=12)

is

A traverse survey was conducted and the data obtained

given in following table. Find the magnitude and direction

of the closing

eror if

anY.

2510 18'

(b)

elevation of A is 202.5 m and that of B is 232'2 m'The

intervening ground at 15 m from

A may be assumed to

haveauniformelevationoflZim.Determinetheheight

ofthe signal at B if the line of sight is required to pass 3 z

above the ground.

(c)

the methods of orientation.

ECE3O3/KIII-26229

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