## Surveying Question Paper of 3rd Semester B.Tech(CE) Download Previous Years Question Paper 1

• Monday, September 05, 2016

Roil No.
Total No. of Question :09
B.TECH (CE) (Sem.-3rd)
SURVEYING
Subject Code: BTCE-304
Paper ID: [A1116]
Time: 3 Hrs.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
1. Section –A is Compulsory.
2. Attempt any four questions from Section-B.
3. Attempt any two questions from Section-C.

SECTION - A
Q.1. Write briefly:
a) Enumerate the various methods of chaining.
b) What are the different types of chains?
c) What are the temporary adjustment of a level?
d) What are the different methods of contouring?
e) What are the different methods of levelling?
f) What is reconnaissance? List various methods of reconnaissance.
g) Distinguish between local attraction and declination.
h) What are the sources of error in levelling?
i) Distinguish between a true bearing and magnetic bearing.
j) Explain the elements of a curve.

SECTION - B

Q2. A 30 m chain was found to be 0.20 m to long after chaining 150m, it was found to be 0.15 m to long after chaining 250 m. If the chain was correct before the commencement of work, find the true distance
.
Q3. Describe the various methods of plane tabling. Under what conditions each is preferred.

Q4. What do you understand by balancing the traverse. Describe any three methods of adjusting
the traverse.

Q5. Explain the three-point problem along with a suitable example.

Q6. Explain the method of determination of tachometric constants of a tachometer.

SECTION – C

Q7. A staff was held vertically at horizontal distance of 45m and 120 m from the centre of a theodolite fitted with stadia hairs and the staff intercepts with the telescope horizontal were 0.47 and 1.93 resp. The instruments was then set over a station P of RL 30.25 and the height of instrument was 1.45 m. The hair readings on the staff held vertically at a station were 1.20,1.93 and 2.6 m while the vertical angle was 9030. Find the distance PQ and RL of Q.

Q8. Write short note on

(i) Obstacle in chaining
(i) Bowditch's Rule
Q9. Define the degree of a curve and derive the expression for it.