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Download Solution manual for Surveying with Construction Applications 8th Edition https://getbooksolutions.com/download/solution-manual-for-surveying-withconstruction-applications-8th-edition CHAPTER 4 4.1 a) i ii iii iv v2.05 1.90 1.56 1.20 0.90b) i ii iii iv v4.2STATION BM 50 TP 1 TP 21.165 1.120 1.020 0.960 0.910c) i 2.05 d) i 1.085 ii 1.79 ii 1.005 iii 1.45 iii 0.970 iv 1.25 iv 0.940 v 0.95 v 0.900e) i ii iii iv vBS 1.27 2.33HI 315.04 342.16ELEVATION 313.77 310.13 306.29FS 4.91 6.173.10 2.8 2.54 2.26 1.98f) i 1.165 ii 1.045 iii 0.990 iv 0.915 v 0.860313.77 +3.60 -11.08 = 306.29 check4.34.4STATION BM 61 0+00 0+50 TP 1 1+00 1+50 1+75 TP 2STATION BM 3 TP 1 TP 2 TP 3 BM 3BS HI 4.72 324.92ELEVATION 320.20 4.42 320.50 4.30 320.62 5.11 328.02 2.01 322.91 4.66 323.36 3.98 324.04 1.20 326.82 1.80 326.22 9.83 FS = 3.81 320.20 +9.83 -3.81 = 326.22 check BS 1.613 1.425 1.307 1.340ISFSHI 399.635 399.133 398.730 398.797FS 1.927 1.710 1.273 0.780ELEVATION 398.022 397.708 397.423 397.457 398.017 398.022 +5.685 -5.690 = 398.017 ck4.5 Error = 398.022398.017 = 0.005m der in bothcountries. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4.6 STATION BS HI FS ELEVATION BM 100 2.71 179.27 176.56 TP 1 3.62 178.01 4.88 174.39 TP 2 3.51 177.55 3.97 174.04 TP 3 3.17 177.91 2.81 174.74 TP 4 1.47 177.76 1.62 176.29 BM 100 1.21 176.55 176.56 +14.48 -14.49 = 176.55 check 4.70.015Error = 176.56 -Therefore the results qualify for second order according to Table 4.2.4.8 STATION BS BM S101 0+000 0+020 0+040 0+060 0+066.28 0+080 0+100 0+120 TP 1 0+140 0+143.78 0+147.02 0+160 0+180 0+200 TP 2 BM S102HI 0.475IS FS 202.500 0.02 0.41 0.73 0.70 0.726 1.38 1.75 2.47 0.666 200.173 0.57 0.634 0.681 0.71 0.69 1.37 0.033 198.501ELEVATION 202.025 202.48 202.09 201.77 201.80 201.774 201.12 200.75 200.03 2.993 199.507 199.60 199.539 199.492 199.46 199.48 198.80 1.705 198.468 2.891 195.610202.025 +1.174 -7.589 = 195.610 check4.9 HI 104.58 111.24 117.83 117.80 117.92 115.57 108.43 101.25 101.25 101.92FSBM1 TP1 TP2 1 TP3 2 TP4 TP5 3 4BS 4.58 8.25 8.19 4.59 4.58 2.25 4.61 1.65 4.58 4.581.59 1.60 4.62 4.46 4.60 11.75 8.83 4.58 3.91ELEV 100.00 102.99 109.64 113.21 113.34 113.32 103.82 99.60 96.67 97.3454.64104.651.91100.01STATION6 7 8SS9.25 5.76 15.22BM14.6495.40 98.89 89.43 100.01DESCRIPTION X on conc., 1st floor, East entryX on conc., 2 floor, top of E stairs X on conc., 2nd floor, top of N stairsX on conc., 1st floor, N entry X on conc., top of ramp in N-S hallway X on conc., top of ramp in E-W hallway Floor of mezzanine level Floor of sunken area in main lobby Floor of mechanical room, basement level (100.00)a.Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at east end of building -b.Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at north end of building -c.Difference between 2nd floor and mechanical room floor floor is not level) Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at east end of building Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at north end of building -d. e.ndDifference between 2nd floor and mechanical room floor floor is not level) g. Difference between 1st floor and mezzanine level floor h. Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at east end of building i. Difference between 1st and 2nd floors at north end of building j. Difference between 2nd floor and mechanical room floor floor is not level) k. Difference between 1st floor and mezzanine level floor -ndf.4.10STATION BM 41 TP 13 12+00 50 ft. left 18.3 ft. leftBS 6.21 4.10HI IS 353.76 356.970.893.9 4.6 6.33 7.9 8.220.1 ft. right 50 ft. right 13+00 50 ft. left 19.6 ft. left 20.7 ft. right 50 ft. right TP 14 BM S22FSELEVATION 347.55 352.87 353.1 352.4 350.64 349.1 348.85.0 5.7 7.54 7.9 8.4 7.39 363.24nd1.12 2.41352.0 351.3 349.43 349.1 348.6 355.85 360.83347.55+17.70 - 4.42= 360.83 check4.11 StationBSBM 107 7.71HIFS206.60ElevationLeft198.89c LRight80+5060' 28' 9.7 8.0 196.9 198.60' 32 5.7 4.3 200.9 202.381+0060' 25' 10.1 9.7 196.5 196.90' 30' 60' 6.8 6.0 5.3 199.8 200.6 201.381+5060' 27' 11.7 11.0 194.9 195.60' 33' 60' 9.2 8.3 8.0 197.4 198.3 198.6TP 1 4.1210.1760' 4.0 202.6196.43a) Correct difference in elevation = 8.72-5.61 = 3.11 ft. b) Correct reading @ A would have been 5.42+3.11 = 8.53 ft. c) Error is (8.57- 8.53) = +0.04 ft. in 300 ft. d) Upper/lower reticle capstan screws are loosened/tightened until the cross hair falls on 8.53 on the rod @ A.4.13a) V = 148.61 Sin 9o26' = 24.36 ft. Elevation of lower station = 324.28 + 4.66 - 24.36 - 4.88 = 299.70 ft. b) H = 148.61 Cos 9o26' = 146.60 ft. Lower station = 110+71.25 + 146.42 = 112+17.854.14a) First elevation difference = 2.417-0.673 = 1.744 Second elevation difference = 2.992 - 1.252 = 1.740 Average elevation difference = 1.742 Elevation of B = 187.298-1.742 = 185.556m b) Levelling error = 0.004m4.15 a) Error = 167.174 167.185 = - 0.011m Accuracy limit for 2nd order = .0 (See Tables 4.2 and 4.3) Therefore the error of - 0.011 satisfies the requirements for 3rd order accuracy in both the U.S. and Canada. 4.15(b) Station Cumulative Distance BM 130 TP 1 130 TP 2 260 TP 3 390 BM K110 520 TP 4 650 BM 132 780Elevation 168.657 168.248 168.539 166.318 166.394 166.579 167.618Correction130/780 x.011 = +.002 260/780 x.011 = +.004 390/780 x.011 = +.006 520/780 x.011 = +.007 650/780 x.011 = +.009 780/780 x.011 = +.011Adjusted Elevation 168.657 168.250 168.543 165.324 166.401 166.588 167.629C = 167.629 167.618 = - 0.011 The adjusted elevation of BM K110 is 166.401m 4.16 a.Table 2.3(a):BM111 1 2 3 4 5 6 111Allowable error = 0.06 order work. Cumulative Field Elevation Correction (ft) Loop Distance (ft) (mi) -1320.28 (fixed) -0.4 1325.15 0.4/3.0 X 0.11 = 0.7 1328.94 0.95 1331.55 1.20 1329.01 1.8 1327.86 2.4 1333.67 3.0 1320.39 Error = 1320.39Adjusted Elevation (ft) 1320.28 1325.14 1328.91 1328.52 1328.97 1327.79 1333.58 1320.28
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