Surveying in Civil Engineering MCQs

Cloverleaf interchange - Surveying

Surveying is the most initial step in any construction industry. CivilDigital brings you series of frequently asked and discussed multiple choice and interview questions for the benefit of every civil engineering student or job seeker for Interview & Exam Preparation. This part concentrates on Interview Questions from Surveying in Civil Engineering MCQs.

Surveying in Civil Engineering MCQs

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1. All survey work follows a simple four-step procedure: Select the correct order
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If the staff is not held vertically at a levelling station, the reduced level calculated from the observation would be

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In a well-conditioned triangle, no angle should be less than

4. Survey performed to prepare a plan or map of a region which includes natural as well as and man-made features including elevation is known as
5. Survey performed to explore site conditions and availability of infrastructures is called
6. The basic principle of surveying is to be able to work out the position of a point from some other point or points, positioning from the known features to the unknown ones.
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Closed contours with higher value Outwards represents

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In a whole circle bearing system, S250 15' E corresponds to


 
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Closed contours with higher value inwards represents

10.

The first reading taken on a bench mark with levelling staff inverted is entered in the field book as


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Cloverleaf interchange - Surveying

Cloverleaf interchange – Surveying

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The basic principle of surveying is to be able to work out the position of a point from some other point or points, positioning from the known features to the unknown ones. To start a survey all you do is to measure the distance between two points on the site then draw this to scale on a piece of paper, your site plan. By measuring the distance from these two points to other points on the site the other points can be plotted relative to the two initial points on your plan. You can draw up a network of points joined by distance measurements on your site plan, to scale, as they are on the seabed. That’s it.

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