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SCHOOL OF CIVIL AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Digital Assignment I, January 2018


B.Tech. (Civil Engineering), Winter Semester, 2018
Course Code : E1003 Date of Submission: 12/01/2018
Name : Surveying Max. Marks: 10
Faculty-In-Charge: Prof .P.Porchelvan Slot : E1+TE1
Reg.No Question Number
15BCL0047 17BCL0040 1, 6, 11, 16
15BCL0177 17BCL0041
16BCL0009 17BCL0045
16BCL0388 17BCL0047
17BCL0008 17BCL0053
17BCL0009 17BCL0059 2, 7, 12, 17
17BCL0025 17BCL0071
17BCL0029 17BCL0072
17BCL0031 17BCL0074
17BCL0034 17BCL0082
17BCL0111 17BCL0283 3, 8, 13, 18
17BCL0114 17BCL0289
17BCL0115 17BCL0291
17BCL0116 17BCL0295
17BCL0121 17BCL0296
17BCL0123 17BCL0260 4. 9, 14, 19
17BCL0138 17BCL0267
17BCL0158 17BCL0268
17BCL0160 17BCL0269
17BCL0164 17BCL0279

17BCL0170 17BCL0249 5. 10, 15, 20


17BCL0171 17BCL0252
17BCL0173 17BCL0254
17BCL0186 17BCL0257
17BCL0187 17BCL0258
17BCL0194 17BCL0234 1, 7, 13, 19
17BCL0196 17BCL0238
17BCL0224 17BCL0242
17BCL0230 17BCL0244
17BCL0233 17BCL0248
17BCL0297
1. Plot the cross staff survey of a field ACDBFE from the field book measurements
given in figure and determine the area of the field.

140.0 D 120.0 C

800.0 B 750.0 K 600.0 J 300.0 H 200.0 G 0.0 A

160.0 F 150.0 E
2. Plot the cross staff survey of a field ACDBFE from the field book measurements
given in figure and determine the area of the field.

2140.0 2120.0
D C
1800.0 B 1750.0 1600.0 J 1300.0 H 1200.0 G 0.0 A
K
2160.0 2150.0 E
F
3. Plot the cross staff survey of a field ACDBFE from the field book measurements
given in figure and determine the area of the field.

140.0 D 120.0 C

2800.0 B 2750.0 2600.0 J 2300.0 H 2200.0 G 0.0 A


K
160.0 F 150.0 E
4. Plot the cross staff survey of a field ACDBFE from the field book measurements
given in figure and determine the area of the field.

14.0 D 12.0 C

80.0 B 75.0 K 60.0 J 30.0 H 20.0 G 0.0 A

16.0 F 15.0 E
5. Plot the cross staff survey of a field ACDBFE from the field book measurements
given in figure and determine the area of the field.

1401.0 1201.0
D C
800.0 B 750.0 K 600.0 J 300.0 H 200.0 G 0.0 A

1601.0 1501.0 E
F
6. The following consecutive readings were taken with level and 3m levelling staff.
0.602, 1.234, 1.860, 2.574, 0.238, 0.914, 1.936, 2.872, 0.568, 1.824, 2.722. The
reduced level of the first point was 192.000 m. Rule out a page of a level field book
and enter the above readings. Calculate the reduced levels of the points.
7. The following consecutive readings were taken with level and 3m levelling staff.
0.602, 1.234, 1.860, 2.574, 0.238, 0.914, 1.936, 2.872, 0.568, 1.824, 2.722. The bench
mark of the first point was 1920.000 m. Rule out a page of a level field book and
enter the above readings. Calculate the reduced levels of the points.

8. The following consecutive readings were taken with level and 4m levelling staff.
0.602, 1.234, 1.860, 2.574, 0.238, 0.914, 1.936, 2.872, 0.568, 1.824, 2.722. The
reduced level of the first point was 2192.000 m. Rule out a page of a level field book
and enter the above readings. Calculate the reduced levels of the points.

9. The following consecutive readings were taken with level and 3m levelling staff.
0.602, 1.234, 1.860, 2.574, 0.238, - 0.914, 1.936, 2.872, 0.568, 1.824, 2.722. The
reduced level of the first point was 192.000 m. Rule out a page of a level field book
and enter the above readings. Calculate the reduced levels of the points.

10. The following consecutive readings were taken with level and 4m levelling staff.
0.600, 1.235, 1.860, 2.575, -0.230, 0.915, 1.930, 2.870, 0.560, 1.825, 2.720. The
reduced level of the first point was 192.000 m. Rule out a page of a level field book
and enter the above readings. Calculate the reduced levels of the points.

11. A survey line PQ intersects a pond. To continue this line past this obstacle, two
stations M and N were taken on either of the pond. A line MS, 90 m long was laid
down on the left of MN and a second line MR, 130 m long was laid down on the right
of MN, the points S, N and R being on the same straight line. SN and NR were then
measured and found to be 75 m and 78 m respectively. Determine the length of MN.
12. The following bearings were observed with a compass. Calculate the interior angle.
Apply usual check.
Line Fore Bearing
AB 60°30’
BC 122°00’
CD 46°00’
DE 205°30’
EA 300°00’

13. The following bearings were taken in running a compass traverse ABCDEF:
Line Fore Bearing
AB 290°45
BC 250°48
CD 196°12
DE 175°24
EF 112°18
FA 30°00

Determine the internal angles and apply check.

14. A river is flowing from West to East. For determining the width of the river two
points A and B are selected on the southern bank such that the distance AB =75
m. Point A is westward. The bearing of a tree C on the northern bank are observed
to be 38° and 338° respectively from A and B. Calculate the width of a river.

15. A metric chain of 30 m length too short by one link was used to measure the
lengths of the sides of triangular plot. The lengths measured were 413 links, 467
links and 536 links. Find the true area of the plot.

16. A 30 m chain was found to be 4 cm too long after chaining a distance of 1550 m.
The same chain at the end of the day’s work after chaining a distance of 2200 m
was found to be 6 cm too long. What is the length totally chained if the chain was
exactly 30 m when the work was commenced?
17. A rectangular plot was measured with a 20 m chain which was 5 cm too short.
The measured length of the diagonal was 1085 m. The sides of the plot bear a
ratio of 3:2. Find the true area of the plot.

18. A steel tape of nominal length 30 m was used to measure a line AB by suspending
it between supports. If the measured length was 29.861 m when the slope angle
was 3° 45′ and the mean temperature and tension applied were respectively 10° C
and 100 N, determine the corrected horizontal length. The standard length of the
tape was 30.004 m at 20 ° C and 44.5 N tension. The tape weighed 0.16 N/m and
had a cross – sectional area of 2 mm2. E = 2 x 105 N/mm2. α = 1.12 x
10-5 per °C.

19. In passing an obstacle in the form of a pond, stations A and D on the main line,
were taken on the opposite sides of the pond. On the left of AD a line AB, 200 m
long was laid down and a second line AC, 250 m long was ranged on the right of
AD. The points B, C, and C being in the straight line. BD and DC were then
chained and found to be 125 m and 150 m respectively. Find the length of AD?

20. A survey line AB is obstructed by a high building. To prolong the line beyond the
building, a perpendicular BC 121.92 m long is set at B. From C two lines CD and CE
are set out at angles of 55° and 65° with CB respectively. Determine the lengths CD
and CE so that D and E may be on the prolongation of AB. If the chainage of B is
9500.10 m, find the chainage of D.

55°
121.92
65°

A B D E
Chainage @ B, 9500.10

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