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 Subject Name Surveying Subject Code 2130601 Subject Credits 5 Year 2nd year (3rd Semester) Subject Exam Date 28 November 2021

### Surveying (2130601 Papers) Exam Paper

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

BE – SEMESTERâ€“ III EXAMINATION â€“ WINTER 2020

Subject Code: 2130601

Subject Name: Surveying

Date: 28/11/2019

Instructions for Surveying 2nd year (3rd Semester) GTU exam:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

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 Exam Questions for Surveying Marks
 Q1 a Define the following terms: (i) Line of collimation, (ii) Departure, (iii) Latitude. 03 b Draw a neat sketch of Transit vernier Theodolite showing its components. 04 c What is use of planimeter? When will you apply zero circle? How do you find the zero circle? 07
 Q2 a Define: Area Convert: (i) 1 Hectare = _____m2. (ii) 1Acres = ____ ft2. 03 b Discuss the method of achieving horizontal and vertical control in setting out works. 04 c The following offsets were taken from a chain line to an irregular boundary line at an interval of 5m.1.20, 2.40, 3.60, 4.70, 3.10, 0.50, 1.00 m.Compute the area by Simpsonâ€™s rule and Trapezoidal rule. Or Find the capacity of a reservoir from the contour data given in below table. The scale of plan is 1:4000. Compute with both the methods. 07
 Q3 a Define: (i) Deflection angle, (ii) Vertex, (iii) Point of tangency. 03 b Enlist types of curves. Describe the method of setting out a circular curve by any method. 04 c How will you determine RL of an object when the instrument axis of one station nearer to the object is at a higher level than the other instrument station? 07

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 Q3 a Give following designation of a curve: (i) Tangent length, (ii) Length of the long chord, (iii) Length of curve. 03 b What is the field procedure of the long chord method in setting a curve. 04 c Apply method of offset for a railway alignment of a circular nature having a radius of 800m and a deflection angle of 36Â°. Tabulate the ordinates from the long chord at 20m interval. 07
 Q4 a Briefly give reasons of errors in plan table survey. 03 b Derive the following relationship: Î´ = 1718.9 x (C/R) minutes. 04 c An instrument was set up at a point 250m away from a high mast tower. The angle of elevation to the top of tower was 30Â°, and to the bottom was 3Â°. Calculate the height of the Tower. 07

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 Q4 a Define Plane table surveying with its advantages and disadvantages. 03 b Explain the three-point problem and different methods of solving it. 04 c How will you perform direct leveling on steep ground? 07
 Q5 a What is closing error? How will you find it? 03 b What do you mean by Soundings in hydrographic survey? Where it is required? 04 c Enlist methods of theodolite traversing and explain any one of them in detail. 07

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 Q5 a What is least count? How will you find least count of an instrument? 03 b Why and how Galeâ€™s Traverse table is widely used in traverse computation? 04 c The following are the lengths and bearings of the lines of a closed traverse. Find closing error and its direction. 07