Classification and components of building
Numerical of farm structure and buildings
Calculate the quantity of materials to make slab of volume of 10’x5’x4”, PCC of 1:2:4 cement, sand and gravel mortar.
Calculate the quantity of materials required to make 10m3 rubble stone masonry in 1:4 cement:sand mortar.
Calculate the quantity of materials required to make 10m3 ashler stone masonry in 1:4 cement sand mortar.
Calculate the amount of materials required to make 10m long, 3m high and 0.4m thick brick masonry in 1:4 cement sand mortar.
Calculate the amount of materials required to prepare 20 m long, 3m high and 0.6m thick rubble masonry in 1:4 cement sand mortar.
Calculate the quantity of materials required to plaster an area of 100m2 area using cement/sand 1:4 mixture having thickness of 12.5mm.
Feed storage structure
Numerical for Feed storage Structure
Work out the measured dimension of pit silo for a small herd of 50 cows weighing 400kg body weight. Make the rationale consumption.
Estimation and costing
Numerical for estimation and costing
Find out quantities of earthwork cement, concrete and brick work in foundation, plinth and wall of given room shown in fig. tabulate the measurements and estimate the quantities for each component. Prepare the summary of quantities of different types of construction materials required. The brick work is laid in cement mortar 1:4 and foundation footing is of cement concrete 1:2:4.
Procedure for preparation of detailed estimation and costing of agriculture structural building
Ventilation and Thermal Insulation
Numerical for ventilation and thermal insulation
The wall of clay house 10 x 7 x 3 m is made of 20 cm thick brick plaster with 3cm mud from inside and outside. The inside temperature has to be maintained at 24 0C. Calculate the heat which needs to be pumped out off, if on the hottest day the ambient temperature is 37 0C.
Planning , Layout and functional requirements of diary house
Numerical on surveying
A surveyor measured distance between two points on the plan drawn to a scale of 1cm=40m and the result was 468m. Later he discovered that he used scale of 1cm=20m.Find the correct distance.
A surveyor measured distance between two points on a plan drawn to a scale of 1cm=30m and the result was 728m. Later she discovered that she used a scale 1cm=20m, find the correct distance. (Ans: 1092m)
A rectangular plot of land measures 20cm X 30cm on a village map drawn to a scale of 1cm=100m.Calculate its area in hectare if the plot is re-drawn on a toposheet to a scale of 1cm=1km.What will be its area on toposheet? Also determine the R.F of scale of village map and the toposheet.
The area of the plan of an old survey plotted to a scale of 1cm=10m measures now as 100.2cm2 as found by a planimeter. The plane is found to have shrunk so that a line originally 10cm long now measures only 9.7cm, find shrunk scale and true area of the survey.
The distance between two points is measured with a 20m chain was recorded 327m.It was afterward found that the chain was 3cm too long. What was the true distance between the points?
The distance between two stations was 1200m when measured with 20m chain. The same distance was measured with 30m chain and found to be 1195m.If the 20m chain was 0.05m too long, what was the error in 30m chain?
A line was measured by a chain which was accurate before starting the day’s work. After chaining 900m, the chain was found to be 6cm too long. After chaining the total distance of 1575m the chain was found to be 14cm too long. Find the distance of the land.
A 20m steel tape was standard on flat ground at the temperature of 20oC and under a pull of 15kg. The tape was used in catenary at the temperature of 30oC and under a pull of Pkg. The cross-sectional area of the tape is 0.02m2 ant its total weight is 400gm.The Young’s Modulus and coefficient of linear expansion of the steel are 2.1X106 kg/cm2 and 11X10-6/oC respectively. Find the correct horizontal distance if P=10kg.
Following are fore bearing and back bearing of line observed in an open traverse ABCDE. Locate the position of local attraction (LA).
Following are FB and BB of a line observed in an open traverse ABCDE along a river of paklihawa campus close to the agronomy farm, locate the position of suspected LA.
Following are bearing observed while traversing with prismatic compass, an area with LA suspected. Find the correct bearing of the lines.
A survey line BAC crosses a river A, C being on the near and opposite banks respectively. A perpendicular AD 40m long is set out at A. the bearing of AD and DC are 48o 30’ and 288o 30’ respectively. Draw the sketch and find the bearing of the line BAC and also the chain as of C when that of A is 207.8 m.
The following consequences reading were taken with a dumpy level reading 0.565, 0.854, 0.940, 1.005, 0.640, 0.660, 0.786, 0.800, 0.635, 1.135 and 1.420. The level was shifted after the 4th and 7th reading. The benchmark is 100m, calculate the reduced level (RL) of the change points (CP) and different level between 1st and last points.
Classification of Surveying
Chain and Tape Correction
Method of Chaining
Obstacles of Chaining
Principle of Compass Surveying