• A Text Book of Surveying and Levelling
Book Detail
Publication Year 1987
ISBN-13 978-81-7409-235-9
ISBN-10 81-7409-235-9
Language English
Edition Twelfth
Number of Pages 1234
Preface The author feels great pleasure to present this thoroughly revised, edited and updated edition to the learned professors/lecturers/students. In this edition the latest solved questions of the GATE Examination have been added at the end of book for their guidance. This edition of the treatise is thoroughly revised, edited and recomposed. Latest questions of various competitive examinations and other universities have been added to respective chapters. Besides this new chapters on Remote Sensing System and Geographical Information System have also been added at the end, to meet the requirements of students. Besides, many Objective Type and Multi Choice Questions (M.C.Q.) have been added throughout the text. It is hoped that the book will be further useful to B.Sc., Engg.,Degree, Diploma students of various Indian Universities and Board of Technical Education as well as it will serve as a reference for field engineers and surveyors.
Table of Contents *Introduction *Linear Measurements *Chain Surveying *Compass Surveying *Plane Table Surveying *Levelling *Contouring *Areas *Volumes *Minor instrument *Theodolite *Theodolite Traversing *Tacheometric Surveying *Trigonometrical Levelling *Simple Curves *Compound and Reserve Curves *Transition Curves *Vertical Curves *Setting out Works *Map Projections *Triangulation *Photogrammetric Surveying *Modern Surveying Instruments *Remote Sensing System *Geographical Information System (GIS) *Objective Type Questions *Classified Questions *Appendix-A *GATE Questions *Mathematical Formulae and Greek Letter Chart * Tacheometric Tables *Index

A Text Book of Surveying and Levelling

  • Author R. Agor
  • ISBN: 978-81-7409-235-9
  • ₹ 399.00

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