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Asked On2017-05-16 15:34:42 by:Nikhil-bharadwaj

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i) Contour gradient on a map: The contour lines are at 2.0 m interval and the map is to a scale of 1:50. Since slope is assumed uniform between two contour lines, the length of gradient line between two contour lines should be equivalent to 50 m on the ground, it should be 50/500 m on paper, 40
mm from starting point a draw an arc of radius 40 mm to interest next contour line at b. from b this procedure is repeated to get point c line joining a,b,c is the desired gradient line.
ii) Contour gradient on ground: For setting contour gradient on ground level a clinometers may be used. If a clinometers is used, it is set at the required slope. A person stands near point A, suspends the sloping clinometers at a convenient height to view. The looks through clinometers, and directs a
person holding ranging pole, which is tied with a target at the same height as the height of instrument from the ground point A. Tape is used to maintain the required distance from A. after getting next point B, the clinometers is shifted to point B and the staff man moves to next probable point. The
procedure is continued till the last point is established. The method is fast but any small angular error gets magnified.

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