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Asked On2017-05-16 16:57:35 by:Nikhil-bharadwaj

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Rise and Fall Method
For the same set up of an instrument, Staff reading is more at a lower point and less for a higher point. Thus, staff readings provide information regarding relative rise and fall of terrain points. This provides the basics behind rise and fall method for finding out elevation of unknown points. The major advantage of this system is it gives a visual picture of topography. The RL of intermediate station is also checked under this method, and this method is recommended for a long run of differential leveling for important and accurate works.
Height of Instrument Method In any particular set up of an instrument height of instrument, which is the elevation of the line of sight, is constant. The elevation of unknown points can be obtained by subtracting the staff readings at the desired points from the height of instrument. This is the basic behind the height of instrument method for reduction of level. The HC method is a very simple method, less tedious method quicker than rise and fall method. It can be used when there are no inter sights.


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