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Surveying -I

Surveying -I

Published by uLektz

Course Code : ULZ0049
Author : uLektz
University : General for All University
Categories : Civil
Format : ico_bookePUB3 (DRM Protected)
Type : eBook

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Description :Surveying -I of ULZ0049 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by General for All University for regulation 1. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS AND CHAIN SURVEYING

1.1 Definition

1.2 Classifications

1.3Types

1.4 Basic principles

1.5Equipment and accessories for ranging and chaining

1.6Methods of ranging

1.7Well-conditioned triangles

1.8 Errors in linear measurement and their correction

1.9 Obstacles

1.10 Traversing

1.11Plotting

1.12 Enlarging the reduced figures

1.13 Areas enclosed by straight line irregular figures

1.14Digital planimetre

UNIT II COMPASS AND PLANE TABLE SURVEYING

2.1 Compass - Basic principles and Types

2.2 Bearing

2.3 Systems and conversions

2.4 Sources of errors

2.5 Local attraction

2.6 Magnetic declination

2.7 Dip

2.8 Traversing

2.9 Plotting

2.10 Adjustment of closing error

2.11 Applications

2.12 Plane table and its accessories - Merits and demerits

2.13 Radiation

2.14 Intersection

2.15 Resection

2.16 Traversing

2.17 Sources of errors

2.18 Applications

UNIT III LEVELLING

3.1 Level line

3.2 Horizontal line

3.3 Datum

3.4 Bench marks

3.5 Levels and staves

3.6 Temporary and permanent adjustments

3.7 Methods of levelling - Fly levelling , Check levelling

3.8 Procedure in levelling

3.9 Booking and Reduction

3.10 Curvature and refraction

3.11 Reciprocal levelling

3.12 Sources of Errors in levelling

3.13 Precise levelling

3.14 Types of instruments

3.15 Adjustments

3.16 Field procedure

UNIT IV LEVELLING APPLICATIONS

4.1 Longitudinal and Cross-section - Plotting

4.2 Contouring

4.3 Methods

4.4 Characteristics and uses of contours

4.5 Plotting

4.6 Methods of interpolating contours

4.7 Computations of cross sectional areas and volumes

4.8 Earthwork calculations

4.9 Capacity of reservoirs

4.10 Mass haul diagrams

UNIT V THEODOLITE SURVEYING

5.1 Theodolite

5.2 Types

5.3 Description

5.4 Horizontal and vertical angles

5.5 Temporary and permanent adjustments

5.6 Heights and distances

5.7 Tangential and Stadia Tacheometry

5.8 Subtense method

5.9 Stadia constants

5.10 Anallactic lens

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