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ADVANCED SURVEYING

[ VIJAY PARMAR ]

1. Write down summery sheet of techeometric surveying.


2. Differentiate : Stadia hair method and Tengential method.
3. Differentiate : Fixed hair method and movable hair method.
4. Derive the formula for Horizontal distance between techeometer and staff.
5. Derive the formula for Horizontal & Vertical distance between techeometer and staff.
When staff is held Vertical.
6. Derive the formula for Horizontal & Vertical distance between techeometer and staff.
When staff is held Incline.
7. Define Anallatic Lens and give Advantage and disadvantage of it.
8. Derive Equation for vertical subtense bar method.
9. Derive Equation for horizontal subtense bar method.
10. Explain in detail the field procedure of tacheometric survey.
11. Example - 1
Find constants of tacheometer for given survey.

12. Example - 2
At Sardar Sarovar Dam one surveyor gone for survey. He wants to know Distance between
A and B point and slope between them. So, He set his techeometer at point O and taken
reading from vertical staff as following (find distance and slope between A and B) :
Staff Point Bearing (WCB) Vertical Angle Staff Reading.
A 90 30 1.5-2-2.5
B 180 10 0.6-1-1.2
13. Example 3 Solve example-2 if all reading were taken with inclined staff.
14. Example 4 : One company wanted to set ropeway at Himalaya between point A & B.
Company want length of cable required between A&B and also the slope of ropeway cable.
So, surveyor done survey with techeometer from point O and taken following readings
with inclined staff:
Staff Point Bearing (WCB) Vertical Angle Staff Reading.
A 75 -40 1.5-3-4.5
B 150 -25 1-2-3

15. Example 5 : One Student having project to measure horizontal and vertical distance as
well as R.L. point of all stations with tangential method at Girnar mountain.
Also Draw 2D Line map of following points.
Reading are as following : (Take D-point as a bench mark; R.L. = 100m)
Staff Point 1 2 S r
A to B -30 -38 3m 2
B to D -60 -66 4m 3
D to C +2 -2 2m 1.5
C to A +32 +28 3m 4