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Course File

2017-2018
for

Surveying-I
14CE34
Semester – III
Department of Civil Engineering
By
SHIVAKUMAR S
COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1. To learn and understand the fundamental concept of survey.


2. To determine the various angular measurements.
3. To analyze the mechanism involved in surveying.
4. To understand the concept of surveying and to use in the field observation
and Calculations.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

After Successful Completion of this course students will be able to

1. Understand the fundamental concepts of surveying.


1. 2. Determine the various methods of surveying.
3. Analyze the angular measurements.
4. Analyze the various types of curves and to apply in highway design.
5. Understand the methods and to apply in real field.
2.

Scheme of Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) :

CIE consists of three tests each for a maximum of 50 marks. The performance of
two best out of three tests is considered and scaled for a maximum of 30 marks

Scheme of Semester End Examination (SEE) :

The question paper consists of 8 questions, four in Part A and four in Part B,
each for a maximum of 14 marks with two or three subdivisions under each
question. The students are required to answer any five questions selecting at
least two from each part for a total maximum of 70 marks.
Pos Program Outcome
PO1 Knowledge
PO2 Design
PO3 Analyze
PO4 Conduct
PO5 Tools
PO6 Societal Problem
PO7 Sustainability
PO8 Team work and Leadership Quality
PO9 Ethics
PO10 Communication
PO11 Project and Finance Management
PO12 Life long learning

Syllabus

PART-A

Number
Unit /
Topics Text Book of
Chapter
Article questions

Introduction: Importance of 1.1


surveying to engineering
1.6
projects, basic principles,
1.7
Survey of India, Type of maps,
Text book Of
scales and uses, plotting 1.8 ½ 0r 1
UNIT 1 Surveying Vol-1 by
accuracy, map sheet Dr. BC Punmia 1.10
numbering, Map coordinates
1.14
and map projection.

Basic Surveying: Principles of 1.2


1.3
surveying – Plane & Geodetic,
1.4
Methods based on Instrument 1.15
3.1
and Uses – Conventional signs
Text book Of 3.2
1 0r 1½
UNIT 2 – Linear measurement- Chain Surveying Vol-1 by 3.3
Dr. BC Punmia 3.4
surveying – Equipment –
3.5
Reciprocal ranging – Errors and 3.6
3.7
obstacles – Overcoming
3.8
3.9
obstacles in chaining – Chaining 3.10
4.1
on slope ground – Hypotenuse
4.2
allowance. 4.3

Compass Surveying: Types of


compass – Bearings – Systems
and Conversions – Errors in
Compass surveying –
Adjustment of error by 5.1 to
Text book Of 5.9
graphical method – Bowditch’s 1
UNIT 3 Surveying Vol-1 by
rule – Local attraction – Dr. BC Punmia

Traverse adjustment – Omitted


measurements.

Plane Table Surveying:


Instruments and accessories –
Merits and demerits – Methods
Text book Of
– Radiation – Intersection – Surveying Vol-1 by 11.1 to 1
UNIT 4
Dr. BC Punmia 11.11
Traverse – Resection – Three
point and two point problems.

PART-B

Leveling: Introduction - Levels


And Staff - Temporary And
Permanent Adjustments Of
Text book Of
Dumpy Level - Differential 9.1 to 1
UNIT 5 Surveying Vol-1 by
9.13
Leveling - Fly Leveling. Dr. BC Punmia
Leveling: Profile Leveling -
Block Leveling - Booking -
Reduction of Levels - Checks –
Effect of Curvature and Text book Of
9.14 1
UNIT 6 Refraction - Reciprocal Leveling Surveying Vol-1 by
to9.17
Dr. BC Punmia
- Longitudinal and cross
sectioning.

Contouring: Introduction,
Contour Interval,
Characteristics of contours,
Direct and Indirect Contouring- Text book Of
10.1 to 1
UNIT 7 Methods of locating contours, Surveying Vol-1 by
10.7
Area and Volume calculation, Dr. BC Punmia
Simpson’s rule and Trapezoidal
rule, Preparation of Contour
Map
Theodolite Surveying:
Introduction - Types of
theodolite –Total Station- Text book Of
Description - Temporary and Surveying Vol-1 by
permanent adjustments - Two Dr. BC Punmia,
face observation - Necessity -
6.1 to 1
UNIT 8 Measurements of horizontal Text book Of 6.9
angles - Vertical angles –
Surveying By
Methods of Reiteration and
Repetition- Errors - Kadayali
Compensating and cumulative
errors - Elimination of errors,
Plotting of Traverse.

Text books:

1. “Surveying Vol. I, II and III”, Duggal S.K., Tata McGraw Hill, 2004.
2. “Surveying Vol. I, II and III”, Punmia B.C., Standard Publishers, 1994.

Reference Books:

1. “Surveying Vol. I, II and III”, Arora K. R., Standard Book House, 1996.
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Course Delivery Sheet

Subject: SURVEYING-I Sub Code: 14CE34

Faculty: Shivakumar S

Uni Mode of
Articles Delivery POs COs
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mode

PART – A

Introduction:Importa
nce of surveying to
Chalk and PO1,PO2,PO3,PO
engineering projects CO1
Talk 12

Chalk and
Basic principles of surveying PO1,PO7,PO12 CO1
Talk
IA,
Chalk and
Survey of India PO1,PO3 CO1 ASSIGNME
1 Talk
NT
Collaborati
Type of maps PO1,PO3 CO1
ve learing

Scales and uses, plotting Collaborati


PO1,PO3 CO1
accuracy ve learing

Collaborati
Map sheet numbering PO1,PO3 CO1
ve learing

Map coordinates and map Chalk and


PO1 CO1
projection. Talk,

Basic Surveying:
Principles of surveying
Chalk and CO1,CO IA,
– Plane & Geodetic, PO1, PO3
Talk 3 ASSIGNME
2 Methods based on NT
Instrument and Uses

Conventional signs – Chalk and CO1,CO


PO1, PO3
Linear measurement- Talk 3
Chain surveying

Equipment – Reciprocal Chalk and CO2,CO


PO1, PO3
ranging – Talk 3

Errors and obstacles – Chalk and CO2,CO


PO1,PO3,PO6
Overcoming obstacles Talk, 3
in chaining –
Chaining on slope Chalk and
ground Talk, CO2,CO
PO1,PO3,PO6
Collaborati 3
ve learing

Hypotenuse allowance.
Chalk and CO2,CO
PO1,PO2, PO3
Talk, 3

Compass Surveying:
Types of compass –
Chalk and
PO1,PO3 CO5
Bearings – Systems Talk
and Conversions ––

Errors in Compass Chalk and


PO1,PO3 CO5
surveying Talk

3 Adjustment of error by Chalk and PO1,


CO5
graphical method Talk PO3,PO4,PO5
IA,
Bowditch’s rule – Local ASIGNMEN
Chalk and T
attraction Talk, PO1,PO3,PO4,PO
CO5
Collaborati 5
ve learing

Chalk and
Talk,
Traverse adjustment PO1, PO3 CO5
Collaborati
ve learing

Chalk and CO1,


Omitted measurements PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Plane Table
Surveying:
Chalk and CO1,
PO1,PO3
Instruments and Talk CO3
4
accessories –
Merits and demerits
Chalk and CO1,
PO1,PO3
Talk CO3 IA,
FEEDBACK,
Chalk and CO1, ASSIGNME
Various Methods PO1,PO3
Talk CO3 NT

Chalk and CO1,


Radiation Methods PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Chalk and CO1,


Intersection Methods PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Chalk and CO1,


Traverse Methods PO1, PO3
Talk CO3

Chalk and CO1,


Resection Methods PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Three point and two Chalk and CO1,


PO1,PO3
point problems. Talk CO3

Leveling: Introduction

Chalk and CO1,


PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Levels And Staff Chalk and CO1,


PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Temporary And
IA,
Permanent Chalk and CO1,
PO1,PO3 ASSIGNME
Adjustments Of Dumpy Talk CO3
NT
Level -
5
Chalk and CO1,
Differential Leveling PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Chalk and CO1,


Fly Leveling. PO1,PO3
Talk CO3

Numericals on Fly Chalk and CO1,


PO1,PO3
Leveling. Talk CO3

Numericals on Fly Chalk and CO1,


PO1,PO3
Leveling. Talk CO3
Leveling: Profile
Chalk and PO1, PO3 CO4
Leveling
Talk

6
Block Leveling - IA,
Booking - Chalk and ASSIGNME
PO1, PO3 CO4 NT
Talk

Reduction of Levels - Chalk and


PO1, PO3 CO4
Checks Talk

Effect of Curvature and


Chalk and
PO1, PO3 CO4
Refraction - Talk

Reciprocal Leveling -
Chalk and CO1,
Longitudinal and cross PO1, PO3
Talk CO3
sectioning.

Chalk and CO1,


Numericals PO1, PO3
Talk CO3

Contouring:
Chalk and CO1,
Introduction, Contour PO1, PO3
Talk CO3
Interval,

Characteristics of Chalk and CO1,


PO1, PO3
contours, Talk CO3

Direct and Indirect Chalk and CO1,


7 PO1, PO3
Contouring- Talk CO3

Methods of locating Chalk and CO1,


PO1, PO3
contours, Talk CO3
IA,
Area and Volume Chalk and CO1, ASSIGNME
PO1, PO3 NT
calculation, Talk CO3

Simpson’s rule and Chalk and CO1,


PO1, PO3
Trapezoidal rule, Talk CO3

Preparation of Contour Chalk and CO1,


PO1, PO3
Map Talk CO3
Theodolite
Chalk and
Surveying:
Talk PO1,
Introduction CO5
PO3,P07,P12

Types of theodolite –
Chalk and
Total Station- PO1, PO3 CO5
Talk ,PPT
Description -

Temporary Chalk and


PO1, PO3 CO5
adjustments Talk

permanent Chalk and


PO1, PO3 CO5
adjustments Talk

Chalk and
Two face observation - PO1, PO3 CO5
Talk,

Chalk and
Talk,
Necessity PO1, PO3 CO5
8 Collaborati
ve learing

Measurements of Chalk and IA,


PO1,PO3 CO5
horizontal angles Talk ASSIGNME
NT
Chalk and
Vertical angles PO1, PO3 CO5
Talk,

Chalk and
Methods of Reiteration Talk,
PO1, PO3 CO5
and Repetition- Errors Collaborati
ve learing

Compensating and Chalk and


PO1,PO3 CO5
cumulative errors - Talk

Chalk and
Elimination of errors, PO1,PO3 CO5
Talk

Chalk and
Plotting of Traverse PO1,PO3 CO5
Talk

LESSON PLAN

AUG – DEC 2017

Department: Civil Engineering Class: III Semester


Subject: SURVEYING-I Subject code: 14CE34

Faculty Member: Shivakumar S

Percentage Portion

Covered
Unit /
Session Topics to be covered
Chapter
Cumula-
Actual
tive

Introduction: Importance of surveying to engineering


projects
1 1

2 Basic principles of surveying

3 Survey of India

4 Type of maps

5 Scales and uses, plotting accuracy

6 Map sheet numbering

7 Map coordinates and map projection.

Basic Surveying: Principles of surveying – Plane & Geodetic,


2 8
Methods based on Instrument and Uses

9 Conventional signs – Linear measurement- Chain surveying

10 Equipment – Reciprocal ranging –


11
Errors and obstacles – Overcoming obstacles in chaining –

Percentage Portion

Covered
Unit /
Session Topics to be covered
Chapter
Cumula-
Actual
tive

Chaining on slope ground


12

Hypotenuse allowance.
13

Compass Surveying: Types of compass – Bearings – Systems


3 14
and Conversions ––

15 Errors in Compass surveying

16 Adjustment of error by graphical method

Bowditch’s rule – Local attraction


17

18 Traverse adjustment

19 Omitted measurements

Plane Table Surveying: Instruments and accessories –


4 20

Merits and demerits


21
22 Various Methods

23 Radiation Methods

24 Intersection Methods

25 Traverse Methods

26 Resection Methods

27 Three point and two point problems.

Leveling: Introduction

5 28

Levels And Staff


29

30 Temporary And Permanent Adjustments Of Dumpy Level -

31 Differential Leveling

32 Fly Leveling.

33 Numericals on Fly Leveling.

Numericals on Fly Leveling.


34

6 36 Leveling: Profile Leveling


Block Leveling - Booking -
37

38 Reduction of Levels - Checks

Effect of Curvature and Refraction -


39

40 Reciprocal Leveling - Longitudinal and cross sectioning.

41 Numericals

7 42 Contouring: Introduction, Contour Interval,

43 Characteristics of contours,

44 Direct and Indirect Contouring-

45 Methods of locating contours,

46 Area and Volume calculation,

47 Simpson’s rule and Trapezoidal rule,

48 Preparation of Contour Map

8 49 Theodolite Surveying: Introduction

50 Types of theodolite –Total Station- Description -

51 Temporary adjustments
52 permanent adjustments

53 Two face observation -

54 Necessity

55 Measurements of horizontal angles

56 Vertical angles

57 Methods of Reiteration and Repetition- Errors

58 Compensating and cumulative errors -

59 Elimination of errors,

60 Plotting of Traverse

Faculty Member H.O.D.