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## Surveying-II Question Paper of 3rd Semester Civil(D) Download Previous Years Question Paper 6

• Wednesday, September 07, 2016

S.B. Roll No. _____________
SURVEYING-I1
3rd Exam/Civil/5147/May’10(Morning)
Duration : 4 Hrs.
Section A
1.      Fill in the blanks
a.     In survey, when work is done from part to whole, the smaller errors are _______
b.     In ______ ranging, the end stations are not indivisible.
c.      ________ is the most accurate method of measuring distances.
d.     Cumulative error is _______
e.      The sum of interior angles a regular hexagon is _______
f.       In prismatic compass, zero is always marked at __ end.
g.     _______  meridian changes its position with time.
h.     If fore bearing of a line is  S 40 N , BB is ________
i.       Plane table surveying  is ________ costly than theodolite surveying.
j.       Traversing is the _____________ method of plane tabling.
k.     Alidade is used for orienting the __________
l.       When levelled, a level provides a ________ line of sight.
m.  Mean sea level is the _________
n.     One smallest division on ISI levelling staff is ________
o.     Levelling should always commence from a _________

Section –B
Note: attempt any five questions

2.
a.       Differentiate between plane and geodetic survey?
b.     Explain whole circle and reduced bearings.
c.      Explain magnetic delineation
d.     What is a two point and three point problem.
e.      Explain method of orienting a plane table.
f.       What is foresight, back sight and intermediate sight reading?
g.     Explain line of collimation and axis of level tube.
Section C
Note: Attempt any three questions

3.
a.     Explain base line tie line , check line.
b.     A metallic tape originally 20m is now found to be 20.2 m . a house 30 m x 20m is to laid out. What  measurements must be made using this tape? What should the diagonal read?
4.
a.     What is local attraction? How is it detected and measured?
b.     The followings are the bearings of lines of a closed traverse ABCD
Line   FB
AB    N       56̊ -10’ E
BC    S       50̊-40’ E
CD    S       19̊-50 ‘W
DA    N       70̊-40’W

5.       Calculate interior angles pf traverse

a.     Orientation of plane table
b.     Re section
c.      Triangle of error
d.     Alidade
6.
a.     Describe the temporary adjustments of a level

b.     The followings series of readings of back sights and foresights was taken in a fly levelling. The first reading was taken on a point of RL 100.000m. draw a page of levelling field book and enter readings on it. Find RL of all the points. Apply check 1.235, 1.396, 2.345 1.986 2.148 0.735 0.325 2.568 1.465 2.435 1.356 0.768 1.985 2.655

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