Civil Engineering - Surveying - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Surveying - Section 7 (Q.No. 33)
33.
Location of contour gradient for a high way is best set out from
ridge down the hill
saddle down the hill
bottom to the ridge
bottom to the saddle.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Nasim said:   2 months ago
A saddle point is the lowest point along a ridge or between two mountain tops and the highest point between adjacent valleys or lowlands.

The saddle is often a drainage divide between different watersheds.

Dinesh Khatri said:   3 years ago
D is the right answer.

Jinish said:   4 years ago
Answer saddle down the hill is right because saddle means lower point between two summits and contour gradient mean the horizontal contour or horizontal gradient in the contour. This road we can show in North India.

Gayub said:   5 years ago
Why? Explain it.

Shubham said:   5 years ago
Yes, it is D. Agree @Dilip.

Dilip said:   7 years ago
It should be the bottom of the saddle.

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