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Engineering Aid 2 - Intermediate Structural engineering guide book
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10-26.
By which of the following methods
would the corners of a large naval
station normally be located for a
boundary survey?
1.
Transit-tape survey
2.
Triangulation
3.
Geodetic survey
4.
Traversing
10-27.
The precision of a land survey is
determined on the basis of which
of the following factors?
1.
Experience of the surveyor
2.
Value of the property
3.
Types of structures that
will be constructed near
the boundary lines
4.
Both 2 and 3 above
Learning Objective: Recognize
terms associated with horizontal
curves; identify types and
elements of horizontal curves;
identify some basic formulas
associated with simple
computation.
10-28.
A highway is composed of a series
of curves and straight lines. The
term for these straight lines is
1.
traverses
2.
radii
3.
tangents
4.
center lines
10-29.
What is the principle considera-
tion in curve design?
1.
Speed of the highway
2.
Degree of curvature
3.
Length of the radius
4.
Both 2 and 3 above
10-30.
What type of curve consists of
two joined circular curves that
have
radii
on the same side of
the highway?
1.
Simple
2.
Compound
3.
Spiral
4.
Reverse
A.
Degree of curve
B.
Point of curve
C. External distance
D.
Central angle
Figure 10A
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 10-31 THROUGH
10-36, SELECT FROM FIGURE 10A THE ELEMENT
OF A CURVE DESCRIBED BY THE ITEM.
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSES MAY BE USED MORE
THAN ONCE OR NOT AT ALL.
10-31.
The angular value that is equal
to the intersecting angle (I):
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
10-32.
The angle formed by two
radii
that
subtend an arc of 100 feet:
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
10-33.
A point on the curve:
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
10-34.
The angle formed by the radii
of a simple curve:
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
10-35.
This determines the flatness
or sharpness of a highway:
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
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