MCQ Surveying and Levelling ( Part 3)- Civil Engineering MCQ

MCQ Surveying and Levelling ( Part 3)

MCQ Surveying and Levelling

Question No. 1
Detailed plotting is generally done by
(A) Radiation
(B) Traversing
(C) Resection
(D) All of the above

Question No. 2
If the smallest division of a vernier is longer than the smallest division of its primary scale, the vernier is known as
(A) Direct vernier
(B) Double vernier
(C) Retrograde vernier
(D) Simple vernier

Question No. 3
The method of reversal
(A) Is usually directed to examine whether a certain part is truly parallel or perpendicular to another
(B) Makes the erroneous relationship between parts evident
(C) Both (a) and (b)
(D) Neither (a) nor (b)

Question No. 4
The line normal to the plumb line is known as
(A) Horizontal line
(B) Level line
(C) Datum line
(D) Vertical line

Question No. 5
In levelling operation
(A) When the instrument is being shifted, the staff must not be moved
(B) When the staff is being carried forward, the instrument must remain stationary
(C) Both (a) and (b)
(D) Neither (a) nor (b)

Question No. 6
The two point problem and three point problem are methods of
(A) Resection
(B) Orientation
(C) Traversing
(D) Resection and orientation

Question No. 7
Ramsden eye-piece consists of
(A) Two convex lenses short distance apart
(B) Two concave lenses short distance apart
(C) One convex lens and one concave lens short distance apart
(D) Two Plano-convex lenses short distance apart, with the convex surfaces facing each other

Question No. 8
The line of sight is kept as high above ground surface as possible to minimise the error in the observed angles due to
(A) Shimmering
(B) Horizontal refraction
(C) Vertical refraction
(D) Both shimmering and horizontal refraction

Question No. 9
If is the stadia distance, is the focal length and is the distance between the objective and vertical axis of the techeometer, the multiplying constant, is
(A) f/i
(B) i/f
(C) (f + d)
(D) f/d

Question No. 10
The desired sensitivity of a bubble tube with 2 mm divisions is 30″. The radius of the bubble tube should be
(A) 13.75 m
(B) 3.44 m
(C) 1375 m

MCQ Surveying and Levelling Answers ( Part 3)

Question No. 1: A

Question No. 2: C

Question No. 3: C

Question No. 4: B

Question No. 5: C

Question No. 6: D

Question No. 7: D

Question No. 8: D

Question No. 9: A

Question No. 10: A

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