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LAND SURVEYING

1. The determination of a land surface area can be achieved:


a) by using planimetric coordinates of the points that generates the surface;
b) by topographic measurements on the foundation pit;
c) helping with telemeter by using the site plan;
d) on the situation plan drawn by direct measurements with theodolite;

2. Settlements monitoring of a important structure must be carried out:


a) yearly;
b) if significant changes to the operating conditions will occur and after some natural disasters
(earthquakes, landslides, floods, etc.)
c) in accordance with the beneficiary demands;
d) bi-yearly.

3. The verticality deviation of a building can be determined with:


a) automatic level meter;
b) plummet and magnetic compass;
c) electronic tacheometer, total station;
d) distomate, telemeter;

4. The distances setting-up on the ground could be realise by using:


a) middle levelment (direct method);
b) compass;
c) polar planimeter;
d) tacheometer (indirect method);

5. The determination of any topographic points level on site could be realised with:
a) the levelmeter (if it is known a reference points level)
b) the roulette on the big distances;
c) the GPRS technology
d) the polar coordonatograph.

6. Horizontal angle measurement accuracy is influenced by:


a) lenss type used;
b) the type of the used instrument;
c) on-screen readings;
d) distance;

7. The 5% slope of an alignment requires that:


a) for 5 m length, level difference is 100 m;
b) if the reduced distance between the starting and final points of the alignment is 30 m, the
level difference is 6 m;
c) for 5 meters level difference will be measured 100.125 meters alignments length;
d) slope angle of the alignment is 5.

8. The setting-up of a point on the ground could be realised:


a) by linear/angular intersection method;
b) with the compass and line;
c) with stadia and telemeter;
d) by alignment intersection method.

9. Which of the following sentences referring to the level curves is false:


a) there are also called izohipse;
b) level curves opposed face-to-face are equal in value;
c) the equidistance of the normal level curves is equal with the half of the equidistance of the
principal level curves;
d) when the contour lines are close together, the slope is greater.

10. The correct order of the operations when a theodolite is put in station is:
a) centering, set-up, telescope aligning;
b) orientation, centering, set-up;
c) centering, orientation, set-up;
d) centering, set-up, compass.

11. Studying the topographic profile of a given alignment could be determined:


a) aproximative slope of the alignment;
b) the relative level distances;
c) partial / cumulative distances between the characteristic points of the profile.
d) the plane angles between the profiles alignments;

12. Which of the following sentences referring to the end geometric levelling is false:
a) is less precise than the middle geometric levelling;
b) the sight plan height must be calculated;
c) the aiming will be the instruments height;
d) it is also called instruments horizon levelling;

References:
1. William Irvin, Finlay Maclennan, Surveying for Construction, ISBN-13: 978-0077111144, Mc
Graw Hill ed, 5th edition, 2006
2. Barry Kavanagh, Surveying with Construction Applications ISBN 13-978-013-136937-5, 7th
edition, 2010
3. Covatariu D. course notes, www.ce.tuiasi.ro/~covadan/curs20111.pdf