# SURVEYING K Scheme (II - Mech. - 312339)

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Syllabus Surveying - (312339) Learning Scheme Credits Assessment Scheme Actual Contact Hrs./Week SLH NLH Paper Duration Theory Based on LL & TL Based on SL Total Marks CL TL LL Practical FA-TH SA-TH Total FA-PR SA-PR SLA Max Max Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 3 - 4 1 8 4 3 30 70 100 40 25 10 50 20 25 10 200 Sr. No. Theory Learning Outcomes(TLO's) aligned to CO's. Learning content mapped with Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO's) and CO's. 1. TLO 1.1 Explain the given basic principles of surveying. TLO 1.2 Classify the survey based on purpose, instruments used and nature of field. TLO 1.3 Use the conventional sign and symbols for preparing the plan of a given land. Unit - I Overview and Classification of Surveying 1.1 Surveying : Introduction, Purpose, use and Principles. 1.2 Types of surveying - Primary and Secondary classification, Plane, Geodetic, Cadastral, Hydrographic, Photogrammetry Aerial, Layout survey, Control survey, Topographical survey, Route survey, Reconnaissance survey. 1.3 Conventional sign and symbols. (Chapter - 1) 2. TLO 2.1 Describe the procedure of finding the distance between two given inter-visible and invisible survey stations. TLO 2.2 Explain the given Survey line and survey station used in survey. TLO 2.3 Explain the methods of ranging. TLO 2.4 Calculate the area of open field using chain and cross staff survey. TLO 2.5 Define Geographic /True Magnetic and Arbitrary Meridians and Bearings, Meridian and Bearing. TLO 2.6 Convert the Whole circle bearing to reduced bearing system and vise versa. TLO 2.7 Calculate internal and external angle from bearing of line. TLO 2.8 Determine the correct bearing from given Data. TLO 2.9 Apply Bowditch's rule to complete the traverse of given land. Unit - II Cross Staff and Compass Surveying 2.1 Linear Measurement Instruments : Metric Chain, Tapes, Arrow, Ranging rod, Open cross staff (IKS). 2.2 Chain survey Station, Base line, Check line, Tie line, Offset, Tie station, Types of offsets : Perpendicular and Oblique. 2.3 Ranging : Direct and Indirect Ranging. 2.4 Area Calculations of field by cross staff(Numerical problems). 2.5 Compass Traversing : open, closed. 2.6 Technical Terms : Geographic /True Magnetic and Arbitrary Meridians and Bearings, Meridian and Bearing. 2.7 Whole Circle Bearing System and Reduced Bearing System. Numerical on conversion of given bearing to another bearing (from one form to another), Fore Bearing and Back Bearing. 2.8 Calculation of internal and external angles from bearings at a station. 2.9 Components of Prismatic Compass and their Functions (No sketch) Temporary adjustments and observing bearings. 2.10 Local attraction, Methods of correction of observed bearings-Correction at station and correction to included angles. 2.11 Methods of plotting a traverse and closing error, Graphical adjustment of closing error. (Chapter - 2) 3. TLO 3.1 Explain the given components of a transit Theodolite. TLO 3.2 Explain the relationship between the given fundamental axis of theodolite along with typical characteristics. TLO 3.3 Describe the procedure to measure the horizontal Angle using Theodolite for the given situation. TLO 3.4 Describe the procedure to measure vertical angles using Theodolite for the given situation. TLO 3.5 Compute Latitude, Departure, Consecutive coordinates. Independent coordinates from the data given. TLO 3.6 Determine the type of traverse by undertaking relevant check in the given situation. TLO 3.7 Calculate the bearing from given angles. TLO 3.8 Apply Bowditch’s rule along with Transit rule to balance the traverse for a given data. TLO 3.9 Prepare Gale’s Traverse table for the given data. Unit - III Theodolite Surveying 3.1 Types and uses of Theodolite; Component parts of transit Theodolite and their functions, Reading the Vernier of transit Theodolite. 3.2 Technical terms - Swinging, Transiting, Face left, Face right. 3.3 Fundamental axes of transit Theodolite and their relationship. 3.4 Temporary adjustment of transit Theodolite. 3.5 Measurement of horizontal angle-Direct and Repetition method, Errors eliminated by method of repetition. 3.6 Measurement of vertical Angle. 3.7 Theodolite traversing by included angle method and deflection angle method. 3.8 Checks for open and closed traverse, Calculations of bearing from angles. 3.9 Traverse computation-Latitude, Departure, Consecutive coordinates, independent coordinates, Balancing the traverse by Bowditch’s rule and Transit rule, Gale’s Traverse table computation.(Chapter - 3) 4. TLO 4.1 Explain the terms Level surfaces, level line, Horizontal and vertical surfaces, Datum, Bench Marks - GTS, Permanent, Arbitrary and Temporary, Reduced Level, Line of collimation, Back sight, Fore sight, intermediate sight, Change point, Height of instruments. TLO 4.2 Explain the Construction of given levelling equipment with its silent features. TLO 4.3 Explain the temporary adjustments of dumpy level. TLO 4.4 Calculate Reduced Level of the given station using relevant method of surveying. TLO 4.5 Justify the relevant types of levelling with examples. TLO 4.6 Interpret the contour maps for the given type of topography. TLO 4.7 Describe the characteristics of contours for the given terrain. Unit - IV Levelling and Contouring 4.1 Terminologies : Level surfaces, level line, Horizontal and vertical surfaces, Datum, Bench Marks - GTS, Permanent, Arbitrary and Temporary, Reduced Level, Line of collimation, Back sight, Fore sight, intermediate sight, Change point, Height of instruments. 4.2 Types of levels : Dumpy, Auto level, Digital level, Fundamental axis of Dumpy Level. Temporary adjustments of Level. 4.3 Types of Levelling Staffs : Self-reading staff and Target staff. 4.4 Reduced level by Plane of collimation method and Rise/ Fall Method. 4.5 Fnd the R.L. by H.I. method with necessary checks (Numerical problems). 4.6 Find the R.L by Rise and Fall method with necessary checks. (Numerical problems). 4.7 Types of Leveling : Simple, Differential, Fly, Profile and Reciprocal Levelling. 4.8 Contour, contour interval, horizontal equivalent. 4.9 Contour maps : Characteristics and uses of Contour maps. 4.10 Methods of Locating Contour : Direct and Indirect. (Chapter - 4) 5. TLO 5.1 Explain the functions and use of the given type of accessories of a plane table. TLO 5.2 Describe the method of orienting the plane table in a given situation. TLO 5.3 Select the relevant method of plane tabling for a given situation. Unit - V Plane Table Surveying 5.1 Principle of plane table survey. 5.2 Accessories of plane table and their use, Telescopic alidade. 5.3 Setting of plane table; Orientation of plane table - Back sighting and Magnetic meridian method. 5.4 Methods of plane table surveys - Radiation, Intersection and Traversing. 5.5 Merits and demerits of plane table survey. (Chapter - 5)

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