Minor Instruments in Surveying - MCQ 1. The box sextant is capable to measure angles up to a) 60b) 90c) 120d) 180 View Answer c) 120 2. A box sextant consists of a/an a) Eye holeb) Telescopec) Pair of colored glassd) Adjustable magnifying glasse) All of the above View Answer e) All of the above … Continue reading Minor Instruments in Surveying – MCQ

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# Plane Table Surveying – MCQ

Plane Table Surveying - MCQ 1. In the case of plane table surveying, a straight edge is used which is called a) Stickb) Alidadec) Strait Stickd) None View Answer b) Alidade 2. The ruling or bevelled edge of the alidade is called a) Fiducialb) Pointerc) Battend) All of the above View Answer a) Fiducial 3. … Continue reading Plane Table Surveying – MCQ

# Chain Surveying – MCQ || Survey Engineering

Chain Surveying - MCQ 1. Chain Surveying is suitable for a) All types of groundb) Fairly level groundc) Uneven groundd) Lands contain huge numbers of details View Answer b) Fairly level ground 2. The principle of chain survey is a) Quadrangulationb) Triangulationc) Orientationd) None of these View Answer b) Triangulation 3. A well conditioned triangle … Continue reading Chain Surveying – MCQ || Survey Engineering

# Basics of Surveying and Levelling – MCQ

Basics of Surveying and Levelling - MCQ 1. The process of determining the position of points in the horizontal plane is called a) Levellingb) Surveying View Answer b) Surveying 2. The process of determining the position of points in the verticle plane is called a) Levellingb) Surveying View Answer a) Levelling 3. Geodetic surveying is … Continue reading Basics of Surveying and Levelling – MCQ

# Calculate the Horizontal Length After Slope Correction of Tape

Calculate the Horizontal Length After Slope Correction of the Tape Mathematical Problem: The downhill end of the 30m tape is held 70cm too low. What is the horizontal length? Solution: Given, l = Length of the tape = 30 m.h = 70 cm = 0.70 m Correction for slope = = = 0.00817 m. Hence, … Continue reading Calculate the Horizontal Length After Slope Correction of Tape

# Calculate the Correct Length of the Tape – Mathematics Problem & Solution

Mathematics Problem - Example: A line of true length 500 m, when measured by a 20 m tape, is reported to be 502 m long. The correct length of tape is? Solution: Given, True Length = 500 m Measured Length = 502 m The line is measured long (502-500) = 2 m. Hence, the tape … Continue reading Calculate the Correct Length of the Tape – Mathematics Problem & Solution

# 15 Equipment For Chain Survey

15 Equipment For Chain Survey The following 15 types of equipment are required for conducting chain survey Metric chainArrows Metallic tape Ranging rods Offset rod ClinometerPlum bob with thread. Cross staff or optical square.Prismatic compass withstand. Wooden pegs.Mallet.Field bookGood pencilPen knifeEraser(rubber)