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entire span. Bm at 3m from the fixed end is:

1) 160 KNm

2)320 KNm

..-.

3) 120 KNm

/ f20 KNm

2.

3.

2) m = 2j - 4

3) m = 3j - 2

4) m = 3j - 3

Mat.ch list I with list Il and select the correct

answer usinir the codes given below the list.

List I

List II

A) dy

dx

1) Shear force

B) d2y/dx2

2) Slope

3) Load

4) Bending moment

C) d3y/dx3

D) d'y/dx4

4.

A.

_...~

c.

D.

derived concept. Reason (R) : Strain does not have a unit while stress bas unit.

Codes:

1) Both A and R are true and R is the

correct explanation of A

3) A is true but R is false

correct explanation of A

4) A is false but R is true

s.

When shear force at a point is zero, then bending moment at that point will be1) Zero

2) Minimum

,JfMaximum

4) Infinity

6.

Robert Hooke discovered experimentally that within elastic limit1) Stress is equal to strain

2) Product of stress and strain is unity

,)"'Stress is proportional to strain

4) Stress is inversely proportional to strain

7.

A Fire and life safety

3) Building Fire code

4) Fire protection and safety

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8.

Maximum torque transmitted by a circular solid

shaft is:

~D'

16

,W.

~ill'

c.

~o

D.

~o

32

9.

16

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an.nrer ,..;~.the cocln aiven below the liat.

Liltl

Liat ll

A) Poi.on' ratio

1) Dinct atnsol

direct .train

8) Rigidity modwua

2) Lateral atrainl

Jo~tudinal

strain

3) Load/

deflection

4)Shurstress /

ahear strain

C) Elutiemodwua

D) Stiffness

10.

A

11.

A

3

A.

B.

lJT.

D.

Torsion

2) Shear

4) Compression

The BMD diagram for a cantilever with udl for a distance of 'a' from free end is in

the shape of -

l) A parabola

.-?:(Combination of parabola and straight

line

~Point at which BM changes its sign

2) A straight line

4) A circle

12.

4) Point at which the shear force is

minimum

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M E f

-=-=-.

I

R y

C.

14.

-=-=I

E y

concentrated loads Wat distance!:: from either

3

support. The maximum bending moment Mis:

A

WL

8

B. -WL

4

)~

D.

WL

3

SWL

15. When a beam is loaded with concentrated loads, the bending moment diagram will

be al) Horizontal straight line

2) Vertical straight line

,.){'Inclined straight line

4) Parabolic curve

16.

beam carrying a uniformly distributed load of W

per unit length is:

A

Zero at its both ends

B.

- at the other end

""

2

D.

l) Young's modulus

Atrain

3) Stress

4) Shear force

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axis is Jriven byA

2

.!.bh

3

B.

_!_bh 2

12

, ~-

_!_bh 3

12

D.

_!_bh 3

36

19.

subjected with an uniformly distributed load of

intensity w/m is:

ai1

8EI

/ L,K.

B.

a,tl

8EI

c.

@I'

-48El

.u

D.

384El

20. The radius of gyration of a rectangular section is equal to1) Square root of the moment of inertia

2) Square root of the inverse of the area

~quare root of the moment of inertia

4) Square of the moment of Inertia divided

by area of section

divided by area of section

21. A cantilever of 4m span carries a point load of 10 KN at the free end. The max

I) 2.76 mm

/ ( 2.67mm

22.

2) 2.56 mm

4) 2.50 mm

is given by Euler's formulaA

1tEI

,

~

C.

f

x1 EI

T

/2El

7

D.

x2EI

212

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. 23.

4) Slope at the section

24.

18:

~l~l/4

A

JK

~unitJenth

>K

l/2

::;.t-E--1/4---?>-I:::

c. 3

D. 4

25. Stiffness of a beam is the property by virtue of which it resists-

)) Tension

3) Shear Force

26.

2) Bending moment

throughout. the maximum deflection at midsnanis:

A

WL3

284EI

B.

WL1

-8

SWL

,,,, ~ 384Fl

D.

2WL1

438EI

27.

mt load w at its free end is:

.

3EI

c.

WJJ

8EI

D.

WJJ

16EI

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,,a{Deflection of a beam

beam

4) Shear force at the supports

For three equal span continuous beam whose ends are simply supported and EI

values are constant, the distribution factors of the members are-

29.

1) Equal

3) 317

30

unequal

4) 417

per unit run over the whole span. The maximum

deflection in this case is given as-

a>t

-48EI-

B.

-30EI

c.

(l)r!

sd

384El

a>t

~ 384EI

31. Consider the following assumptions in the analysis ofa plane truss. 1. The

frictionless hinges 3. The loads and reactions act only at the joints. Of these

assumptions:

l) 1 and 2 are valid

3) 2 and 3 are valid

32

_..A(1, 2 and 3 are valid

deformed by S. when subjected to a normal force

P. The youruc's modulus E of the material. is:

E= P. o

B.

E=A.o

P.L

v.

E= P.L

,,,,

D.

33.

AL

A.o

AL

E=P.o

free end at its free end. If EI is the Oexural rigidity of the section, the deflection of

the free end, is:

I) ML/EI

3) ML2/2EI

2) MU2EI

2

J41'M L /3El

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. 34. The ratio of the area of cross section of a circular section to the area of its core, is:

2) 8

l) 4

3) 12

3S.

~16

1

-9000

1

,,,. ~ 7500

C.

-1-

D.

1600

1

750

continuous beam 1. Reduces the negative moment at support 2. Increases the

negative moment at support 3. Reduces the positive moment at the centre of span 4.

Increases the positive moment at the centre of span. Of these statements

3) 2 and 3 are correct

37.

4) 2 and 4 are correct

concentric circular area of diameter-

~D

B.

~D

,.

C.

~D

3

D

4

/f'f0.1 N/mm2

3) l.ON/cm 2

2) 1.0 N/mm2

4) 10.0 N/m 2

wholly compressive, the load should be applied within a concentric circle of

diameter1) D/2

~D/4

40.

2) D/8

4) 0 /6

behave as one piece, are known as:

l) Compound beams

2) lndetenninate beams

3) Detenninate beams

, %omposite beams

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41. The bearing capacity of a soil cannot be increased by1) Chemical treatment

2) Grouting

3) Compacting

/ )Moistening the soil

42.

2) Has negligible penneability

m _Jndergoes large volumetric change with 4) ls considered good soil for foundation

/~oisture

43.

Any store masonry work which is NOT highly finished is known as2) Rough masonry

3) Ashlar masonry

4) Base masonry

44.

Water absorption for 1st class bricks shou~'!J~OT be more than1) 12%

15%

3) 20%

4) 25%

.ARubble masonry

/>

The defect in painting caused by excess moisture vaporising in back of the paint

film is known as:

2) Alligatoring

l ) Wrinkling

4) Scaling

~Blistering

45.

~1:2

2) 1:4

3) 1:5

4) 1:6

46.

2) Durability

3) Water content

4) Strength

The sides of an opening such as doors, windows are known asA}ambs

2) Heads

3) Reveals

4) Verticals

48.

49.

l) Well foundation

,,2f'Pile foundation

3) Raft foundation

4) Grillage foundation

so.

1) 75 kg/cm2

A IOO kg/cm2

51.

52.

3) Vertical joint in a brick work

2) 90 kg/cm 2

4) 120 kg/cm2

4) Soaking brick in water

2) Quantity of aggregate

~Water - cement ratio

3) Quantity of cement

3) Does not give dimensional stability

4) Improves the appearance

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54. The commonly used lime in white washing is:

l) Quick lime

A Fat lime

3) Lean lime

4) Hydraulic lime

55. A roof sloping in four directions is called-

1) Sloping roof

3) Cable roof

mp roof

4) Shed roof

l) 500 to t 000c

2) I 000 to 1200c

_ /1400 to 1500C

4) 1600 to 2000c

57.

In initial setting time test of cement, the needle falls to penetrate the test block byI) 10 mm

3)3 mm

2)9mm

A smm

l ) 240 kg

A 36o kg

3) 480 kg

4) 420 kg

59.

foundation is:

A

B.

p(1+sin;)

()) 1-sm;

pc-sin;)

l+sm;

tD

, /. .ec-sin;J

()) l+sin;

D.

.e(1+sin;J

()) 1-sin;

3) Rolling loads

61. Which of the following is cohesive soil?

l) Ciay

~Black cotton soil

62. A slope of 1 in 40 is designated as1) 0.5% grade

3) l.0% grade

2) Wind loads

/ [No external loads

2) Red earth

4) Compacted ground

'l) 0.8% grade

~2.5%grade

I) Flexible pavements

fi) Rigid pavements

3) Semi-flexible pavements

4) Composite pavements

64. The layer that is directly in contact with the traffic is:

. Peacing course

2) Base course

3) Sub base

4) Sub grade

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6S.

answers by using the codes given below the lists:

Liat-1

List - II

1) 1939

a) Central Road Fund

b) Indian Road Congress 2)1~

3) 1934

c) Motor Vehicles Act

4) lat March 1929

d) Nagpur Road

Conference

,.l>:'

B.

c.

D.

66.

anawen by using the codu given below the lists:

Lilit-I

Lilit - Il

1) Volume of air I Volume of

a) Poro.ity

b) Air content

c) Water

content

d) Specific

gravity

...

67.

voicb

2) Weight of Water I Weight of

80licU

3) Unit weight of 80lids I Unit

weia.ht of water

4) Volume of voids / total

volume oC ..,i) m...

A.

,,:

c.

D.

curves is equal to-

,.. ,Jr.""

c.

D.

Wgz

p=-

VR

Wv1

gR

p= -

p= gR

Wv1

Wv 2

p=-

2gR

68. For small drainage crossings _ _ _ culverts are often found in practice to be most

economical.

I) Concrete

2) Masonry

4) Steel

~ipe

69. The plastic limit exists in1) Sandy soils

3) Silty soi ls

2) Gravel soils

clays

1) To minimize speed

3) To avoid skidding

, 4surface drainage

4) To accommodate change in direction

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71. In case of hilly areas, a wall is provided on the outside of the road to ensure safety

f aParapet wall

1) Retaining wall

3) Danger waJl

72.

1) Ease water

~Cut water

73.

2) Stop water

4) Water repeller

3) To counteract the centrifugal force

developed

elevation

~To prevent vehicles from skidding

laterally

74. On a national high way, the minimum width of the pavement should be-

1) 4.7 m

3)6.7m

75.

s.7 m

4)7.Sm

A gradient at which a vehicle does not require any tractive effort to maintain the

specific speed is called1) Minimum gradient

f a 1oating gradient

3) Ruling gradient

4) Pushing gradient

76. Gradients at hair pin bends or other sharp corners with inside curves of 10 to 15 m

should never exceed-

/1) l

in20

3) 1 in 60

77.

2) 1 in 40

4) 1 in 80

Camber is:

A.

._..K

b/a

2b/a

c.

b/2a

D.

alb

i ~b

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saturation (s). water content (w) and specific

gravity of solids (G) is given by -

A

/

e+s=w+G

~ es=wG

e w

c. --s G

D.

s+e G+e

w

s

----

1) 4 m

A 20m

2) 10 m

4)50m

80. On a hill road, the radius of curve should not be less than -

1) 100 m

2) 60 m

3)30 m

81.

f tl5 m

through an open channel is equal to -

crmi

B.

Cmi

l,K

ACrmi

D.

c 2 rmi

1)1td

3) d/2

83. The pressure measuring devices areA'fPiezometer

3) Venturimeter

84. Piezometer is used to measure1) Atmospheric pressure

3) Differential pressure

Ad/4

4) d/3

2) Orifice meter

4) Mouthpiece

4) High pressure in pipes

l) Minimum

,A Maximum

3) Equal

4) Zero

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ptpe

3) Frictional resistance to flow of a liquid

87.

motion

4) Specific gravity of a fluid flowing

through a pipe

A.

Cd= Cc

B.

Cd= Cv

cc

Cv

.,,,. ft'

Cd=Cc x Cv

D.

Cv=Cd x Cc

2)H312

A ' f l5/2

4) HS/4

89. The pressure intensity of 49.0S x 1()3 N/m1 in meters of water is:

,A'f5

2) 2

3) 3

4) 1

90. The range for co-efficient of discharge (Cd) for venturimeter is:

I) 0.5 to 0.6

2) 0.6 to 0.7

~0.95 to 0.99

3) 0.7 to 0.8

91. Which of the following has the maximum water application efficiency?

I) Surface Irrigation

~Sprinkler Irrigation

3) Increase in permeability of soil

2) Lift Irrigation

4) Sub-Surface Irrigation

2) Decrease in infilteration capacity

4) Decrease in permeability of soil

93. According to Manning's formula, the discharge through an open channel is:

l) AM m112 i 213

AM m213 i 112

12

213

1

3) A M m i

4) A213 M 113 m i

,A

1) Triangular

2) Rectangular

~Trapezoidal

3) Circular

95. The hydrology cycle is expressed by the equation : (when P

Evaporation and R = Run oft)

l)P =E -R

jl'{P=E+R

3)P= EX R

4) p = E/R

= Precipitation, E =

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96.

I..Ut-1

a) In Perennial

Cana1a

b) In non-perennial

canalt

c) In protective

canalt

d) In productive

canalt

I..Ut - 11

1) Watudoes not flow

throuhout the year

2) Revenue from water is

not expected

3) Revenue from water is

e~

thevear

Select your answer according to the coding

.d>eme given below:

a

b

c

d

B.

or.-

D.

A.

2) Intercepted by buildings and vegetative

cover

3) Required to fill surface depressions

~hat reaches the steam channels

98.

period in days and D is the duty in hectare I

cumecs , the relationship which holds good is:

D=

B.

B=

A8.64D

D

D = 8.646

B

fl= 8.64B

D

c.

"'

A8.64D

B

w.

answer by Uli:ng the codes given below the lista :

List-I

List - II

1) Pressure measured with

a)

Atmospheric

...-

--

pressure

b) Gauge

0"'"9\ln!

c)Absolute

preasure

d)Vacuum

pressure

atmoomheric pressure

ll) Pressure exerted by

atmoomberic ....-L

!JC'"

d

3

B.

c.

D.

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100

101.

Z+p+V=C

B.

p v

Z+-+-=C

w g

v2

c.

z+l..+-=C

w

g

).'

z+l..+-=C

w 2g

v2

The axis about which the telescope and the vertical circle of a theodolite rotates in

the vertical plane is called-

A Trunnion axis

2) Bubble axis

4) Axis of the level tube

3) Sloped ground

,,,efuneven ground

4) Steep ground

103. The technique of plotting all the accessible stations with a single set up of plane

table is calledA

Radiation

3) Resection

2) Intersection

4) Traversing

were taken

Line Fo.re bearing Back bearing

AB

19

200

277

100

BC

CA

227

49

If station A is free from local attraction, correct

beari.ruf of CB is:

A 275

B.

276

c.

277

~ 279

JOS. The spacing of cross-hairs in a stadia diaphragm of a tacheometer is 1.20 mm and

the focal length of the object glass is 24 cm, then the multiplying constant of

tacheometer is :

I) 50

3) 150

106. If the

faoo

4) 200

focal length of the object glass is 25 cm and the distance from the object glass

to the trunnion axis is IS cm, the additive constant is:

1)0.10

/ f0.40

4) 1.33

3) 0.60

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. 107. The process of turning the telescope in vertical plane through 180 about the

trunnion axis is called 2) Reversing

,ATransiting

4) Swinging

3) Plunging

1) Datum point

3) Reference point

109. Levelling deals with measurement in -

I) Horizontal plane

3) Both horizontaJ and vertical plane

, Asench mark

4) Mean level

A_vertical plane

4) lnclined plane

l) Direct method

3) Cross-section method

2) Square method

~Tachometric method

!) 0 and 45

2) 0 and 90

0

and 180

3) 0 and 120

112.

2)15445'

3) 205 15'

334 45'

/ef

I) s 20 E

3) N 120 E

60 E

4) N 60 E

As

114. Contours of different elevations may cross each other only in the case of -

3) A saddle

115.

2) A vertical cliff

4) An inclined plane

Perpendicularity of an offset may be judged by eye, if the length of the offset is:

1) 5 m

f i 'l5m

2) 10 m

4)20m

19:

,V

h2

21

B.

21

h2

c. -l

D.

h2

2JI

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. 117. The process of turning the telescope about the vertical axis in horizontal plane is

known as2) Plumbing

1) Reversing

3) Transisting

.)1Swinging

A branch of surveying in which the horizontal and vertical distances of points are

obtained by instrumental observations is known as1) Chain surveying

2) Plane-table surveying

~Tacheometric surveying

4) Hydrographic surveying

118.

The aggregates which are passing through IS 4.75 mm sieve, are called ,.A1"Fine aggregates

2) Coarse aggregates

4) Unsaturated

3) Saturated

119.

The combined correction for curvature of earth and refraction is given by1) 0.06 0 2

2) 0.0736 0 2

~0.0673 02

4) 0.0055 0 2

120.

121.

To obtain large quantities of water, the following form of underground sources are

sunk in series in the banks of river I) Infiltration gallery

~Infiltration well

4) Reservoir

3) Springs

122.

A calcium and Magnesium bicarbonates

4) Sodium and potassium carbonates

3) Sodium and potassium

2) Osmoscope

4) Hydrograph

3) Turbidimeter

123.

124.

125

1) An aerobic method of on site sewage 4

An anaerobic method of on site

treatment

treatment

4) Facultative method

3) A physical method of water treatment

Match List - I with List- II and select the correct

answer by using the codes given below the lists :

List- I

a) Turbidity (ppm}

b) Colour (ppm)

c) ToW solids (ppm)

d) Odour (threshol d)

List- II

1) 10

2)20

3) 500

4) 3

-~

B.

c.

D.

1) A perennial river

2) An impounded reservoir

~A deep well

4) An elevated tank

126.

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127. The chloride content in the water for public water supply should not be more than ./f250ppm

3) 80 ppm

2) 150 ppm

4) 50 ppm

128. For controlling the growth of algae the chemical generally used is:

I) Alum

3) Bleaching powder

2) Lime

~opper Sulphate

129. The ratio of volume of voids to the total volume of given solid mass is-

l) Voids ratio

3) Specific gravity

..4Porosity

4) Density

130. Consider the following statement regarding sedimentation tank: 1) Raw water is

screened for removal of large organic impurities 2) Raw water is passed through

coagulation sedimentation plant 3) Raw water is passed through rapid gravity

fillers 4) Cleaned water is disinfected for killing of germs and colour removal The

correct sequence of the operation is:

1) 4-+3-+2-+1

~l-+2-+3-+4

2) 1-+ 2-+4-+ 3

4)3-+ 1-+2-+4

131.

Consider the following statements regarding the foul gases in the sewers. 1.

Hydrogen sulphide OiiS) is evolved 2. Carbon dioxide (C02) is evolved 3. Methane

is evolved 4. Oxygen is evolved Of these statements:

I) 1 and 2 are correct

2) 2 and 3 are correct

3) 3 and 4 are correct

~ , 2 and 3 are correct

132.

is provided at the top or the shaft for the escape or gases into the atmosphere. 2. A

ventilating column is used near the street lamp posts. 3. The diameter of the

ventilating column is preferably kept equal to one third or the diameter of the

sewer. 4. The ventilating columns are generally kept lower than the height of

nearby structures. or these statements:

I) I alone is correct

133.

134.

3) Has two plug valves

4) 2 and 3 are correct

4) Is used to pump grit

The capacity of a water supply reservoir should be1) Balancing storage - breakdown storage - 2) Balancing storage - breakdown storage +

fire storage

fire storage

3) Balancing storage + breakdown storage~alancing storage + breakdown storage +

fire storage

fire storage

1) 1 in 10

A 1in100

4) I in 300

135.

136.

3) Minerals

2) Bacteria

/

Scale forming compounds

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137. The type of water supply distribution system layout, in which water reaches each

point from one side only is:

1) Ring system

Dead ends system

4)

Grid

iron system

3) Radial system

.A

2) Representation sample

3) Grab sample

,)1Composite sample

139. The trap provided, at the junction of waste stack with the building drain is called-

I ) D-trap

~uJly trap

2) Anti-syphonage trap

4) S-trap

140. Water taken out from shallow or deep wells, infiltration galleries, artesian wells etc

3) Underground water

2) Surface water

4) Overhead storage water

t) Numbers

3) Area in square meters

.A"votume in cubic meters

142. The useful area of liveable area of a building is also known as-

/1)Carpet area

3) Horizontal circulation area

2) Circulation area

4) Plinth area

143. The original cost of a property minus the amount of depreciation upto previous

year is known as1) Market value

A'Bookvalue

3) Sinking value

4) Rentable value

144. The percentage of total cost provided towards water charge, in rate analysis is:

A iYi%

3) 3Yi %

2) 2Yi %

4)5 %

145. Various taxes on a building are generally fixed on the basis of-

t) Plinth area

3) Orientation

146. Net rent+ Outgoings =

I) Total rent

..,)1Gross rent

2) Location

/

Annual rental value

2) Depreciation value

4) Sinking fund installment

147. In case of Government accommodation normally officers are required to pay the

,?fsalary

2) Plinth area

4) Location of building

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148. The value of the property, without being dismantled, at the end of the useful life

~alvation value

2) Book value

4) Junk value

149. The number of tiles required for 10 m 2 , using 200 x 200 x 20 mm size mosaic tiles

3) 230 Numbers

2) 200 Numbers

~50Numbers

150. The cost of construction of a hostel building accommodating 200 students is found

to be Rs. 6.2 lakhs. Using unit cost method, the cost of construction of a new

building to accommodate 120 students is:

l ) 3.50 lakhs

3) 3 .00 lakhs

2) 3.25 lakhs

~3 . 72 lakhs

1) 0. 1 cu.m

3) 0.001 cu.m

152

01 cu.m

4) 0.02 cu.m

of brick wall in cm 1 : 6 is approximately equal to-

)L

3 3

-m

B.

-m

6

c.

-m

3

4

D. -3 m 3

5

153. The annual periodic payments made for the repayment of the capital invested is

2) Depreciation

4) Solatium

~inking fund

154

List - I

List - II

a) Brick work in superstructure 1) m 2

2) m S

b) Brick work in partition wall

c) Plastering

3) kg

d) Steel

4) sq.m

a

B.

c.

D.

CIVIL OM 062014

155. Choose the correct statement from the following: (i) Plinth area method is a rough

estimate (ii) Service unit method is a rough estimate (iii) Cubic content method is a

detailed estimate Of these statements:

3) (ii) and (iii) are correct

4) (iii) alone is correct

156. Pick out the odd man out from the following, pertaining to estimate.

l) Schedule of rates

3) Abstract estimate

157

2) Preparation of data

r

ough estimate

using the following equation.

A

y.

/

1()()

Rate of interest

purchase

C.

cost ofland

D.

158. The volume of coarse aggregate required to make 100 m 3 of 1 : 2 : 4 concrete is:

~ m3

2) 88 m3

4) 96 m 3

3) 92 m3

159. The rent of the lift worked out with the following data. Cost of lift = Rs. 68640/-

redemption of capital at 4.5% for 25 years = 11.44. Rent is:

~Rs. 500/month

2) Rs. 600/month

4) Rs. l 000/month

3) Rs. 872/month

160. Choose the incorrect statement.

l) The expenses those are spent on the

property by taking periodical repairs are

outgoings

of the capital amount invested is called

annuity

_ Ahe value of the property recorded in the 4) Plinth area is the usable area

register of local authority is called book

value

161. The maximum value of Poisson's ratio for~ elastic material is:

I) 0.25

3) 0.75

162. A moving load is a-

l ) Static load

3) Static or Dynamic

0.50

4) l.00

Dynamic load

4) Dead load

f f i igh yield strength deformed bars

4) None of these

CIVIL_DM_062014

164. The maximum area of tension reinforcement in beam shall NOT exceed1) 0.02 bD

2) 0.03 bD

_.)1(>.04 bD

4) 0.05 bD

165.

2)8mm

3) lOmm

~ 2mm

The maximum ratio of span to depth of a slab simply supported and spanning in

two directions, is:

1) 25

2) 30

4) 40

~ 35

166.

167.

when HYSD bars used is:

1) 0.10%

4

0.12%

3) 0.15%

4) 0.18%

carries a load Ci> per square metre on slope, the

corresponding load per square metre of the

horizontal area, ia:

,K.

c.

D.

c.l(R+1)

~

T

~

T

~R

169.

1)20mm

2) 16mm

3) 30 mm

,,AThickness of slab/8

170.

2) 2300 kg/m3

3

3) 2500 kglm

2400 kg/m3

,Jef

171.

Generally in freely supported T-beam, over all depth of the beam for design

purpose will be taken as1) 1/ 12 to 1115 of the span

A1115 to 1/20 of the span

3) 1/20 to 1/24 of the span

4) Half of the span

172.

For cantilever beams and slabs, the basic value of the span to effective depth ratio

is:

2) 10

3) 15

4) 25

/!)1

2) Deflections and rotations

_ /Deflections, elongation and twist

4) Elongation, twist and rotations

173.

CIVIL OM 062014

174. The design Live load on the floors of residential buildings is about1) 1.0 KN/m2

3) 3.0 KN/m2

fa.o KN/m

4) 4.0 KN/m 2

..XOn a plane normal to the axis

176.

of the beam.

2) Inclined to the axis

4) At centre of beam

beams shall not exceedA.

.!.2 ofthetotalthicknessofslab

B.

;

1) Homogeneous material

3) Isotropic material

, 4 'Heterogeneous material

4) Elastic material

,,,,, ,,K"

n- me xd

mc+t

B.

me

n=--Xd

mc-t

C.

n _ mc+txd

me

_mc-txd

--D. n

me

179.

maximum bending moment near the centre of

each span is taken asA

wL2

8

2

wL

B. +

8

c.

-wL

10

,~

wL2

+10

CIVIL_DM_062014

180. The minimum diameter of main reinforcement bars used in beams as per IS 456 -

..

2000 is:

1)6mm

2)8 mm

~lOmm

4) 12 mm

1) Henri Fayol

3) H.L. Gantt

F.W. Taylor

4) P.F. Drucker

1) Chief Engineer

3) Executive Engineer

A superintending Engineer

4) Assistant Executive Engineer

1) Motion study

3) Probabilistic analysis

2) Work measurement

~ethod of study and work measurement

l) Concrete cured

~xcavation for foundation

185

2) Concrete poured

4) Wall plastered

,K

Normal time-Crash time

B.

Normal time - Crash time

c.

Crash time

D.

Normal time

1) Single event

3) Triple events

~Double events

4) 4 events

I) <::ontract

'3} ~onception

2) Design

...)fStudy and evaluation

l) Materials

3) Management

2) Money

1) l.5 % to 2.0 %

$'i.o % to 2.0 %

2) l.2 % to l.5 %

4) 2.0 % to 2.5 %

1) Insolvency proceedings

2) Lunacy proceedings

_AThe matters pertaining to the protection 4) The matters pertaining to the

of private rights.

procurement of labour

CIVIL DM 062014

191. The following point is related to administ~e approval-

/1-) It is to be obtained first

estimate

3) It is accorded only by roads and building 4) It is to be obtained last

department

is:

I) Final settlement of money

~!'- standing advance of a fixed sum of

money

2) Interim amount

4) Earnest money deposit

is:

1) 2.5 % of estimated cost of contract

3) 7 .5 % of estimated cost of contract

2~

Discipline is strong

4) Unity is strong

195. The chart which gives an estimate about the amount of materials handling between

~ravel chart

2) Process chart

4) Operation chart

than earliest expected time

p

hen deficiency of resources exist

exist

1) Activity oriented

3) Time oriented

vent oriented

4) Resources oriented

1) I and Il use the concept of critical path ~ uses the concept of critical path but II

slack

does not

3) Il uses the concept of critical path but I 4) None uses the concept of critical path and

slack together

does not

l) Contract

3) Conception

2) Design

study of evaluation

. f aorkmen's compensation and insurance 2) Establishment

3) Stationary and postage

4) Rent and taxes

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