CE6304 SURVEYING I SYLLABUS

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CE6304 SURVEYING I SYLLABUS 2013 REGULATION

CE6304                                                    SURVEYING I                                         L T P C

OBJECTIVES:

  • To  introduce  the  principles  of  various  surveying  methods  and  applications  to  Civil

Engineering projects

 

UNIT I            FUNDAMENTALS AND CHAIN SURVEYING                                           9

Definition-  Classifications    –  Basic  principles-Equipment  and  accessories   for  ranging  and chaining – Methods of ranging – well conditioned triangles – Errors in linear measurement and their corrections – Obstacles – Traversing – Plotting – applications- enlarging the reducing the figures – Areas enclosed by straight line irregular figures- digital planimetre.

UNIT II            COMPASS AND PLANE TABLE SURVEYING                                          9

Compass  – Basic principles  – Types – Bearing  – Systems  and conversions- Sources of errors- Local  attraction  – Magnetic  declination-Dip-Traversing – Plotting  – Adjustment  of closing error  –  applications  –  Plane  table  and  its  accessories  –  Merits and demerits – Radiation – Intersection – Resection – Traversing- sources of errors – applications.

 

UNIT III           LEVELLING                                                                                            9

Level  line – Horizontal  line – Datum  – Bench  marks  -Levels  and  staves  – temporary  and permanent adjustments – Methods of levelling – Fly levelling – Check levelling – Procedure in levelling – Booking -Reduction – Curvature and refraction – Reciprocal levelling – Sources  of Errors in levelling- Precise levelling – Types of instruments – Adjustments – Field procedure

 

UNIT IV          LEVELLING APPLICATIONS                                                                   9

Longitudinal and Cross-section-Plotting – Contouring – Methods – Characteristics and uses of contours – Plotting – Methods of interpolating contours – Computations of cross sectional areas and volumes – Earthwork calculations – Capacity of reservoirs – Mass haul diagrams.

 

UNIT V           THEODOLITE SURVEYING                                                                       9

Theodolite – Types – Description  – Horizontal and vertical angles – Temporary and permanent adjustments   –  Heights   and  distances–   Tangential   and  Stadia  Tacheometry   –  Subtense method – Stadia constants – Anallactic lens.

OUTCOMES:

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

  • Students are expected to use all surveying equipments, prepare LS & CS, contour maps and carryout surveying works related to land and civil engineering projects.

TEXT BOOKS:

  1. Chandra A.M., “Plane Surveying”, New Age International Publishers, 2002.
  2. Alak De, “Plane Surveying”, S. Chand & Company Ltd., 2000.

 

REFERENCES:

  1. James M. Anderson and Edward M. Mikhail, “Surveying, Theory and Practice”,7th Edition, McGraw Hill,  2001.
  2. Bannister and S. Raymond, “Surveying”, 7th Edition, Longman 2004.
  3. Roy S.K., “Fundamentals of Surveying”, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2004.

4.   Arora K.R.,”Surveying Vol I & II”, Standard Book house, 10th Edition 2008

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