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# CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying Regulation 2017 Anna University

CE8351 Important 16 Marks Questions Surveying

## Sample CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying:

1. (i) What are the basic principles of surveying? Describe it.
(ii) Discuss about the different sources of error in chain surveying.

2.(i) Describe the field and office work in chain surveying?
(ii) Examine how you will conduct chain survey to measure a land in agriculture field. (CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying)

3.(i) Describe the methods of ranging by using a line ranger.
(ii) Show the different methods of overcoming difficulties if there are obstacles in chaining and ranging both.

4.Explain the methods of chaining with neat sketches. While you do chaining to overcome obstacles for chaining and not for ranging?

5. (i) Prepare a list of accessories required for a chain survey? Explain the functions of each. (CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying)
(ii) With a simple sketch, state the construction and use of a cross staff.

6. The following staff readings were observed successively
with a level, the instrument having been moved after third,
sixth and eighth readings 2.228, 1.606, 0.988, 2.090, 2.864,
1.262, 0.602, 1.982, 1.044, 2.684 meters. Enter the above
readings in a page of a level book and evaluate the R.L. of
points if the first reading was taken with a staff held on a
bench mark of 432.384 m. (CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying)

11. What are the different sources of error in leveling and
explain them in detail.

12.Describe the effects of curvature and refraction in leveling and their corrections.

13.Describe the profile leveling and cross sectional leveling.

14.i)Define Bench mark. Describe the different types of bench marks.
ii)Compare the rise and fall and line of collimation method in reducing leveling

15 The following reading were taken with a dumpy level (a)
when the instrument is midway between two pegs A and B,
100 mts apart. The staff reading on A= 3.345 m. The staff
reading on B= 2.025 m. (b) when the instrument is kept very
near A. The staff reading on A = 2.950 m. The staff reading on
B= 2.000m. Is the instrument in adjustment or not? When the
instrument is very near to A. What should be the correct
reading on staff B? (CE8351 Important 16 marks Questions Surveying)

 Subject name Surveying Semester 3 Subject Code CE8351 Regulation 2017 regulation