INDIRA GANDHI POLYTECHNIC BELWANDI SUGAR
Department of Civil Engineering
Subject: Advanced Surveying Class: CE4G
Assignment No: 3
Date: 18/02/2017 Submission Date: 23/02/2017
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Q.1 Draw neat labeled sketch of Transit theodolite & give their functions.
Q.2 Define the following terms as used in Theodolite surveying :
(1)Line of collimation (2) Transiting (3) Telescope normal (4) Telescope inverted.
(5) Swinging. (6)Horizontal axis. (7)Axis of bubble. (8)Face right( 9) Face left
(10)Face right observation.(11)Face left observation.(12)Bubble down 13) Centering
(14) plunging of telescope.(15) Axis of telescope
Q.3 Explain termporary adjustment of theodolite.
Q.4 Explain method of repetition for measurement of angles of theodolite .Enlist the error
eliminated by it.
Q.5 Describe in detail the procedure of measurement of deflection angle by theodolite with a
neat sketch?
Q.6 Explain the procedure to measure vertical angle using theodolite with neat sketch.
Q.7 Describe the procedure of prolonging a straight line using a theodolite.
Q.8 What is closing error? How it is balanced graphically.
Q.9 State the different relationship between the fundamental lines of theodolite.
Q.10 What are the checks applied in case of closed traverse?
Q.11 What do you understand by latitude and departure?
Q.12 Explain independent coordinate.
Q.13 What is meant by consecutive coordinates
Q.14 Distinguish clearly between consecutive coordinates and independent coordinate. Give
one example with sketch.
Q.15 Explain ‘Bowditch’ Rule as applicable in a theodolite traverse.
Q.16 What do you understand by Gale’s Traverse table system.?
Q. 17The coordinate of two points x and y are as under.

Coordinates 

Point 
N 
E 
X 
980.50 
800.00 
y 
1200.00 
500.00 
Find the length and bearing of xy
Q. 18 Following are the length and bearings of a theodolite traversing
Line 
Length 
Bearing 
AB 
258.00m 
30^{0} 
BC 
321.00m 
140^{0} 
CD 
180.00m 
210^{0} 
DA 
? 
? 
Q.19 The coordinates of two points C and D are as follows.
Point 
Coordinates 

C 
982.5 
825.2 
D 
1198.6 
576.4 
Find the length and bearing of line CD
Q.20 Define closed transverse . Calcalate length and bearing of line DA from
Following data :
Line 
AB 
BC 
CD 
DA 
Length (m) 
258 
321 
180 
? 
Bearing 
30 ^{0} 
140 ^{0} 
210 ^{0} 
? 
Q.21 Define independent coordinates. Calculate independent coordinates
from following data showing calculations :
Line 
Latitude 
Departure 


N 
S 
E 
W 
AB 

182.63 
313.12 

BC 
244.72 

47012 

CD 
495.17 


318.34 
DE 

268.70 

388.46 
EA 

288.27 

113.44 
Q.22 Calculate the corrected consecutive coordinates for the following
observations of traverse.
Line 
Length (m) 
Point 
Consecutive coordinates 




Latitude 
Departure 
AB 
705 
A 
+655.19 
260.29 
BC 
952.5 
B 
+127.07 
+943.99 
CD 
645 
C 
628.47 
+145.54 
DA 
844.5 
D 
151.48 
 830.80 