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(UCE-502: Water Supply Engineering)

1. Uniformity coefficient estimation requires a. D10 and D90 c. D10 and D60

b. D60 and D90 d. None of these

2. Which of the following are considered as internal emitters? a. Alpha emitters b. Beta emitters c. Gamma emitters d. All the above 3. Which of the following deal with the water quality standards? a. ISO 10500 b. IS 3025 c. IS 14194 d. None of these 4. PCR test method is prescribed for testing the following a. Viruses b. Bacteria c. Protozoa d. Nematodes 5. Which of the following classes of water can be used for the controlled waste disposal a. Class B b. Class D c. Class E d. None of these 6. Which of the following steps of water quality index calculation involves environmental common scale units? a. Assignment of relative importance values b. Data transformation by transformation curves or transformation functions/equations c. Monitoring (sampling and analysis) of d. All the above parameters 7. Which of the following is not an organoleptic parameter a. Alkalinity b. Hardness c. Fluorides d. None of these 8. What is the recommended maximum water supply level for Patiala city? a. 70 lpcd b. 135 lpcd c. 150 lpcd d. 200 lpcd 9. Which of the following usually have the least design period? a. Service reservoirs b. Impoundment reservoirs c. Transmission pipelines d. Water treatment units

10. Which of the following methods of population forecasting gives the least value for the forecasted population? a. Arithmetical increase method b. Incremental increase method c. Decreasing rate of growth method d. Geometric increase method 11. Which of the following is not required for the municipal water demand assessment? a. Peaking factor b. Service factor c. Return factor d. UFW (unaccounted for water) 12. What will be the fire water demand for a city of 6,38,000 population? a. 799 m3/day b. 2526 m3/day 3 c. 80 m /day d. 253 m3/day 13. Mass curve/ mass diagram is used in the design of a. Service reservoir b. Impounding reservoir c. Equalization tank d. All the above 14. Construction of a storm hydrograph from a unit hydrograph requires the following a. Rainfall depth of the storm event b. Area of the watershed or catchment/drainage basin c. Hyetograph d. Effective rainfall hyetograph 15. Darcys equation is used for a. Describing flow in open channels c. Describing flow in porous media 16. Intake crib is part of the following a. A Jack well c. A lake/reservoir intake works 17. A booster pump is a. Connected in series with the actual pump for enhancing the capacity c. Connected in series or parallel with the actual pump for enhancing both head and capacity 18. Hydraulic ram pump is used for a. Lifting small flows across very large heads c. Pumping of sludges and slurries 19. Chezy formula is very closely related to a. Darcy-weisbach formula c. Mannings formula b. For the pipe flow description d. In all the above cases b. An infiltration gallery d. A river/stream intake works b. Connected parallel with the actual pump for enhancing the head d. None of these

b. Lifting large flows across very small heads d. None of these b. Hazen-Williams formula d. Darcys equation

20. According to Moody diagram friction factor depends a. Internal diameter of the pipe b. Flow velocity c. Internal roughness projections of the pipe d. All the above

21. In case of the best or most economic hydraulic cross sections which of the following statements is correct a. The wetted perimeter is at the minimum b. The hydraulic radius is at the maximum c. For rectangular cross section flow depth is half d. All the above to the channel width 22. Which of the following valves shows the maximum head loss when it is fully open? a. Gate valve b. Ball valve c. Globe valve d. Butterfly valve 23. Stop check valve is used as a. Non-return valve c. Pressure reducing valve b. Non-return valve as well as block valve d. Flow control valve

24. The water distribution pipe network is designed for 1.5 m/sec. flow velocity at a. Maximum Daily Demand of water (MDD) b. MDD plus fire demand c. Peak hourly demand (PHD) of water d. PHD or MDD plus fire demand (whichever is larger) 25. A stand pipe closely resembles a. An underground or surface reservoir c. An impoundment reservoir b. An elevated tank d. A transmission main of water