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## Surveying, Question Paper of Civil Engineering 4th Semester, Download Question Paper 1

• Tuesday, April 25, 2017

S.B. Roll No. ______________

SURVEYING
4th Exam/CIVIL./5251/5167

Duration: 3 Hrs.

Section-A

Q1. Fill in the blanks
(i) _______ is used for quickly locating contour gradient.
(ii) Contour interval is given by _______
(iii) Repetition is the method of observing _______ angles accurately.
(iv) For a _______ traverse method of interior angles is preferred.
(v) A traverse is said to be close if it returns to the _______
(vi) Vermier A and Vermier B of a theodolite are placed at a difference of _______
(vii) _______ is a transit theodolite.
(viii)  is _______ of a curve.
(ix) _______ is also known as vertical stave.
(x) If the angle of intersection is Î±° then deflection angle is _______
(xi) _______ uses circular spirit level.
(xii) If the scale of the map is 1:5000, then no. of KM represented by 1 cm will be _______
(xiii) A closed contour line with one or more higher one inside it represents a _______
(xiv) For hilly areas for a scale of 1cm=100m, the contour interval will be _______ to
_______
(xv) If gradient of road is 1.5 in 30, then 1m vertical interval will be attained in _______ meter.

Section-B

Q2. Attempt any 10 questions
(i) Define contour gradient.
(ii) For what purpose pantograph is used?
(iii) What is the function of Abney level?
(iv) What is total station?
(v) What do you understand by GPS?
(vi) What is the function of a compensator?
(vii) What is the function of auto level?
(viii) What do you mean by remote sensing?
(ix) What are the applications of GIS technology?
(x) What are the uses of GPS?
(xi) Where vertical curve is provided?
(xii) Define degree of a curve according to chord definition?
(xiii) What you will do if you want to avoid over turning of vehicle on the road?
(xiv) How curves are classified?
(xv) How will you interpolate contour by estimation?

Section-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions

(i) The stadia readings with horizontal sight on a vertical staff held 50m from a tachometer were 1.285m and 1.780m. The focal length of the object glass was 250mm. The distance between the object glass and the vertical axis
of the tachometer was 0.15m. Calculate the stadia interval.

(ii) Co-ordinates of two points A and B are given below. A third point C has been chosen in such a way that bearings of AC and CB are
290 30/ and 45045/ respectively. Calculate the length of the lines. AC and CB
Point           Northing              Easting
A                          150             200
B                 1500                    1300

(iii) A circular curve has a 200m radius and 65˚ deflection angle, what is its degree by
(a) Arc definition
(b) Chord definition
Assume 30m chord length

(iv) (a) What ia a transition curve? Why it is powdered and what are its
requirements?
(b) Discuss the characteristics of contours
(v) Write short notes on any two

(a) EDM
(b) GIS and GPS
(c) Traversing of contours
(d) Centrifugal force and super elevation.

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