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**ARCHITECTURE MCQs - PAGE 1**

1:-A twisted bar has about __________ more yield stress than ordinary mild steel bar.

A:-10%

B:-20%

C:-35%

D:-50%

Ans: D

2:-In singly reinforced beams, steel reinforcement is provided in

A:-Tensile zone

B:-Compressive zone

C:-Both tensile and compressive zone

D:-Neutral zone

Ans: A

3:-The neutral axis of a balanced section is called

A:-Balanced neutral axis

B:-Critical neutral axis

C:-Equivalent neutral axis

D:-All of these

Ans: B

4:-The longitudinal shearing stresses acting on the surface between the steel and concrete are called

A:-Bond stresses

B:-Tensile stresses

C:-Compressive stresses

D:-None of these

Ans: A

5:-For reinforcing bars in compression, the average bond stress can be increased by

A:-10%

B:-25%

C:-50%

D:-75%

Ans: B

6:-The main advantage of a steel member is that it

A:-has high strength

B:-is gas and water light

C:-has long service life

D:-all of these

Ans: D

7:-For rivet diameters upto 24mm, the diameter of rivet hole is larger than the diameter of rivet by

A:-1mm

B:-1.5mm

C:-2mm

D:-2.5mm

Ans: B

8:-The rivet line is also known as

A:-Scrieve line

B:-Back line

C:-Gauge line

D:-All of these

Ans: D

9:-If the thickness of plate is 't' mm and the nominal diameter of rivet is 'd'mm, then according to Unwin's formula.

A:-d = t`sqrt(6)`

B:-d = `6sqrt(t)`

C:-`sqrt(6t)`

D:-d = 6t

Ans: B

10:-The load on connection is not ecentric for

A:-Lap joint

B:-Single cover butt joint

C:-Double cover butt joint

D:-All of these

Ans: C

11:-Marble is an example of

A:-Aqueous rocks

B:-Sedimentary rocks

C:-Metamorphic rocks

D:-Igneous rocks

Ans: C

12:-In order to dry the quarry sap of a freshly quarried stone it should be exposed to open air for a period of

A:-One month

B:-Four months

C:-Six to twelve months

D:-Two years

Ans: C

13:-The dressing of stone is done

A:-Immediately after quarrying

B:-After seasoning

C:-After three months of quarrying

D:-Just before building construction

Ans: A

14:-The length of a curved tile varies from

A:-10 to 12 cm

B:-12 to 15 cm

C:-15 to 20 cm

D:-20 to 22.5 cm

Ans: C

15:-The lime which consists almost entirely of calcium oxide is called

A:-Poor lime

B:-Rich lime

C:-Hydraulic lime

D:-Limestone

Ans: B

16:-A good quality cement should have higher percentage of

A:-silica

B:-free lime

C:-di-calcium silicate

D:-tri-calcium silicate

Ans: D

17:-The initial setting time of rapid hardening cement should not be less than

A:-30 minute

B:-1 hour

C:-4 hours

D:-8 hours

Ans: A

18:-The rate of hydration and hydrolysis of cement depends upon its

A:-Soundness

B:-Fineness

C:-Setting time

D:-Tensile strength

Ans: B

19:-The solvent used in cement paints is

A:-Thinner

B:-Turpentine

C:-Water

D:-Spirit

Ans: C

20:-The central part of a tree is called

A:-Heart wood

B:-Pith

C:-Sapwood

D:-Annual ring

Ans: B

A:-10%

B:-20%

C:-35%

D:-50%

Ans: D

2:-In singly reinforced beams, steel reinforcement is provided in

A:-Tensile zone

B:-Compressive zone

C:-Both tensile and compressive zone

D:-Neutral zone

Ans: A

3:-The neutral axis of a balanced section is called

A:-Balanced neutral axis

B:-Critical neutral axis

C:-Equivalent neutral axis

D:-All of these

Ans: B

4:-The longitudinal shearing stresses acting on the surface between the steel and concrete are called

A:-Bond stresses

B:-Tensile stresses

C:-Compressive stresses

D:-None of these

Ans: A

5:-For reinforcing bars in compression, the average bond stress can be increased by

A:-10%

B:-25%

C:-50%

D:-75%

Ans: B

6:-The main advantage of a steel member is that it

A:-has high strength

B:-is gas and water light

C:-has long service life

D:-all of these

Ans: D

7:-For rivet diameters upto 24mm, the diameter of rivet hole is larger than the diameter of rivet by

A:-1mm

B:-1.5mm

C:-2mm

D:-2.5mm

Ans: B

8:-The rivet line is also known as

A:-Scrieve line

B:-Back line

C:-Gauge line

D:-All of these

Ans: D

9:-If the thickness of plate is 't' mm and the nominal diameter of rivet is 'd'mm, then according to Unwin's formula.

A:-d = t`sqrt(6)`

B:-d = `6sqrt(t)`

C:-`sqrt(6t)`

D:-d = 6t

Ans: B

10:-The load on connection is not ecentric for

A:-Lap joint

B:-Single cover butt joint

C:-Double cover butt joint

D:-All of these

Ans: C

11:-Marble is an example of

A:-Aqueous rocks

B:-Sedimentary rocks

C:-Metamorphic rocks

D:-Igneous rocks

Ans: C

12:-In order to dry the quarry sap of a freshly quarried stone it should be exposed to open air for a period of

A:-One month

B:-Four months

C:-Six to twelve months

D:-Two years

Ans: C

13:-The dressing of stone is done

A:-Immediately after quarrying

B:-After seasoning

C:-After three months of quarrying

D:-Just before building construction

Ans: A

14:-The length of a curved tile varies from

A:-10 to 12 cm

B:-12 to 15 cm

C:-15 to 20 cm

D:-20 to 22.5 cm

Ans: C

15:-The lime which consists almost entirely of calcium oxide is called

A:-Poor lime

B:-Rich lime

C:-Hydraulic lime

D:-Limestone

Ans: B

16:-A good quality cement should have higher percentage of

A:-silica

B:-free lime

C:-di-calcium silicate

D:-tri-calcium silicate

Ans: D

17:-The initial setting time of rapid hardening cement should not be less than

A:-30 minute

B:-1 hour

C:-4 hours

D:-8 hours

Ans: A

18:-The rate of hydration and hydrolysis of cement depends upon its

A:-Soundness

B:-Fineness

C:-Setting time

D:-Tensile strength

Ans: B

19:-The solvent used in cement paints is

A:-Thinner

B:-Turpentine

C:-Water

D:-Spirit

Ans: C

20:-The central part of a tree is called

A:-Heart wood

B:-Pith

C:-Sapwood

D:-Annual ring

Ans: B

21:-If a force acts on a body, it sets up some resistance to the deformation. This resistance is known as

A:-Stress

B:-Strain

C:-Elasticity

D:-Modulus of elasticity

Ans: A

22:-The term deformation per unit length is applied for

A:-Stress

B:-Strain

C:-Modulus of elasticity

D:-None of these

Ans: B

23:-Modulus of elasticity is the ratio of

A:-Stress to original length

B:-Deformation to original length

C:-Stress to strain

D:-All of these

Ans: C

24:-The ratio of lateral strain to the linear strain is called

A:-Modulus of elasticity

B:-Modulus of rigidity

C:-Bulk modulus

D:-Poissons ratio

Ans: D

25:-The value of Poisson's ratio for steel varies from

A:-0.20 to 0.25

B:-0.25 to 0.35

C:-0.35 to 0.40

D:-0.40 to 0.50

Ans: B

26:-The algebraic sum of the resolved parts of a number of forces in a given direction is equal to the resolved part of their resultant in the same direction. This is known as

A:-Principle of independence of forces

B:-Principle of resolution of forces

C:-Principle of transmissibility of forces

D:-None of these

Ans: B

27:-The resultant of two forces P and Q acting at an angle θ is

A:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)+2PQsintheta)`

B:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)+2PQcostheta)`

C:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)-2PQcostheta)`

D:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)-2PQtantheta)`

Ans: B

28:-In order to determine two effects of forces acting on a body, we must know

A:-Its magnitude and direction of the line along which its acts

B:-Weather push or pull

C:-Point through which it acts on the body

D:-All of the above

Ans: D

29:-In a compound lever, the leverages of all the simple levers is

A:-Added

B:-Subtracted

C:-Multiplied

D:-Divided

Ans: C

30:-The force of friction between two bodies, one lying above the other, depends upon the roughness of the

A:-area of their contact

B:-relative velocity between them

C:-is always normal to the surface of their contact

D:-all of the above

Ans: A

31:-According to Lami's theorem, the three forces

A:-must be equal

B:-must be at 120° to each other

C:-must be both of above

D:-may not be any of the two

Ans: D

32:-The centre of gravity of hemisphere lies at a distance of _____ from its base.

A:-`(3r)/8`

B:-`(3)/(8r)`

C:-`(8r)/3`

D:-`8/(3r)`

Ans: A

33:-The bending moment at the free end of a cantilever beam carrying any type of load is

A:-Zero

B:-Minimum

C:-Maximum

D:-Equal to the load

Ans: A

34:-An inverted T section is subjected to shear force F. The maximum shear stress will occur at

A:-Top of the section

B:-Neutral axis of the section

C:-Junction of web and flange

D:-None of these

Ans: B

35:-When a solid shaft is subjected to torsion, the shear stress induced in the shaft at its centre is

A:-Zero

B:-Minimum

C:-Maximum

D:-Average

Ans: A

36:-The relation between Youngs modulus (E) Shear modulus (C) and Bulk modulus (K) is given by

A:-`E = (3KC)/(3K + C)`

B:-`E = (6KC)/(3K + C)`

C:-`E = (9KC)/(3K + C)`

D:-`E = (12KC)/(3K + C)`

Ans: C

37:-A localised compressive stress at the area of contact between two members is known as

A:-tensile stress

B:-crushing stress

C:-bending stress

D:-shear stress

Ans: B

38:-The total strain energy stored in a body is termed as

A:-Resilience

B:-Proof of resilience

C:-Impact energy

D:-Modulus of resilience

Ans: A

39:-The stress induced in a body, when suddenly loaded is _________ the stress induced when the same load is applied gradually.

A:-equal to

B:-one half

C:-twice

D:-four times

Ans: C

40:-A beam which is fixed at one end and free at the other is called

A:-Simply supported beam

B:-Fixed beam

C:-Overhanging beam

D:-Cantilever beam

Ans: D

41:-The bending moment on a section is maximum where shear force is

A:-Minimum

B:-Maximum

C:-Changing sign

D:-One

Ans: C

42:-When a load on the free end of a cantilever beam is increased failure will occur

A:-At the fixed end

B:-At the free end

C:-In the middle of the beam

D:-At a distance `(2l)/3` from free end

Ans: A

43:-The bending moment diagram for a simply supported beam loaded in its centre is

A:-a right angle triangle

B:-an isoscles triangle

C:-an equilateral triangle

D:-a rectangle

Ans: B

44:-A section of beam is said to be in pure bending, if it is subjected to

A:-Constant bending moment and constant shear force

B:-Constant shear force and zero bending moment

C:-Constant bending moment and zero shear force

D:-None of the above

Ans: C

45:-The section modulus of a circular section about an axis through it centre of gravity is

A:-`(Pid^(2))/4`

B:-`(Pid^(2))/16`

C:-`(Pid^(3))/16`

D:-`(Pid^(3))/32`

Ans: D

46:-The maximum deflection of a cantilever beam of length 'l' with a point load W at the free end is

A:-`(WL^(3))/(3EI)`

B:-`(WL^(3))/(8EI)`

C:-`(Wl^(3))/(16EI)`

D:-`(Wl^(3))/(48EI)`

Ans: A

47:-The load required to produce a unit deflection in a spring is called

A:-Flexural rigidity

B:-Torsional rigidity

C:-Spring stiffness

D:-Young's modulus

Ans: C

48:-The hoop stress in a thin cylindrical shell is

A:-Longitudinal stress

B:-Compressive stress

C:-Radial stress

D:-Circumferential stress

Ans: D

49:-According to Euler's column theory, the crippling load for a column of length (L) with one end fixed and the other end hinged is

A:-`(Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

B:-`(Pi^(2)EI)/(4L^(2)`

C:-`(2Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

D:-`(4Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

Ans: C

50:-Factor of safety is defined as the ratio of

A:-Ultimate stress to working stress

B:-Working stress to ultimate stress

C:-Breaking stress to ultimate stress

D:-Ultimate stress to breaking stress

Ans: A

51:-In order to determine the natural features such as valley river lakes etc. the surveying is preferred is

A:-City surveying

B:-Location surveying

C:-Cadastral surveying

D:-Topographical surveying

Ans: D

52:-When the position of a point is to be located accurately by a perpendicular offset, the direction of perpendicular is set out by means of

A:-Theodolite

B:-Optical square

C:-Dumpy level

D:-Planimeter

Ans: B

53:-In an optical square, the angle between the first incident ray and the last reflected ray is

A:-60°

B:-120°

C:-90°

D:-150°

Ans: C

54:-The obstacle which obstructs vision but not chaining is a

A:-River

B:-Pond

C:-Hill

D:-All of these

Ans: C

55:-In a prismatic compass, the zero of the graduated ring is located at

A:-North end

B:-South end

C:-East end

D:-West end

Ans: B

56:-The magnetic bearing of a line is 55°30’ and the magnetic declination is 4°30’ West. The true bearing of a line will be

A:-30°

B:-34°30’

C:-49°

D:-51°

Ans: D

57:-The theodolite is an instrument used for measuring very accurately

A:-Horizontal angles only

B:-Vertical angles only

C:-Horizontal and vertical angles

D:-Linear measurements

Ans: C

58:-The image formed by the objective in the plane of crosshairs is

A:-Real and straight

B:-Real inverted

C:-Virtual and straight

D:-Virtual and inverted

Ans: B

59:-The brightness of the image __________ the magnifying power.

A:-is directly proportional to

B:-is inversely proportional to

C:-varies directly as the square of

D:-varies inversely as the square of

Ans: D

60:-An angle measured clockwise from the proceeding surveyline to the following surveyline is called

A:-Direct angle

B:-Vertical angle

C:-Horizontal angle

D:-Deflection angle

Ans: A

A:-Stress

B:-Strain

C:-Elasticity

D:-Modulus of elasticity

Ans: A

22:-The term deformation per unit length is applied for

A:-Stress

B:-Strain

C:-Modulus of elasticity

D:-None of these

Ans: B

23:-Modulus of elasticity is the ratio of

A:-Stress to original length

B:-Deformation to original length

C:-Stress to strain

D:-All of these

Ans: C

24:-The ratio of lateral strain to the linear strain is called

A:-Modulus of elasticity

B:-Modulus of rigidity

C:-Bulk modulus

D:-Poissons ratio

Ans: D

25:-The value of Poisson's ratio for steel varies from

A:-0.20 to 0.25

B:-0.25 to 0.35

C:-0.35 to 0.40

D:-0.40 to 0.50

Ans: B

26:-The algebraic sum of the resolved parts of a number of forces in a given direction is equal to the resolved part of their resultant in the same direction. This is known as

A:-Principle of independence of forces

B:-Principle of resolution of forces

C:-Principle of transmissibility of forces

D:-None of these

Ans: B

27:-The resultant of two forces P and Q acting at an angle θ is

A:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)+2PQsintheta)`

B:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)+2PQcostheta)`

C:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)-2PQcostheta)`

D:-`sqrt(P^(2)+Q^(2)-2PQtantheta)`

Ans: B

28:-In order to determine two effects of forces acting on a body, we must know

A:-Its magnitude and direction of the line along which its acts

B:-Weather push or pull

C:-Point through which it acts on the body

D:-All of the above

Ans: D

29:-In a compound lever, the leverages of all the simple levers is

A:-Added

B:-Subtracted

C:-Multiplied

D:-Divided

Ans: C

30:-The force of friction between two bodies, one lying above the other, depends upon the roughness of the

A:-area of their contact

B:-relative velocity between them

C:-is always normal to the surface of their contact

D:-all of the above

Ans: A

31:-According to Lami's theorem, the three forces

A:-must be equal

B:-must be at 120° to each other

C:-must be both of above

D:-may not be any of the two

Ans: D

32:-The centre of gravity of hemisphere lies at a distance of _____ from its base.

A:-`(3r)/8`

B:-`(3)/(8r)`

C:-`(8r)/3`

D:-`8/(3r)`

Ans: A

33:-The bending moment at the free end of a cantilever beam carrying any type of load is

A:-Zero

B:-Minimum

C:-Maximum

D:-Equal to the load

Ans: A

34:-An inverted T section is subjected to shear force F. The maximum shear stress will occur at

A:-Top of the section

B:-Neutral axis of the section

C:-Junction of web and flange

D:-None of these

Ans: B

35:-When a solid shaft is subjected to torsion, the shear stress induced in the shaft at its centre is

A:-Zero

B:-Minimum

C:-Maximum

D:-Average

Ans: A

36:-The relation between Youngs modulus (E) Shear modulus (C) and Bulk modulus (K) is given by

A:-`E = (3KC)/(3K + C)`

B:-`E = (6KC)/(3K + C)`

C:-`E = (9KC)/(3K + C)`

D:-`E = (12KC)/(3K + C)`

Ans: C

37:-A localised compressive stress at the area of contact between two members is known as

A:-tensile stress

B:-crushing stress

C:-bending stress

D:-shear stress

Ans: B

38:-The total strain energy stored in a body is termed as

A:-Resilience

B:-Proof of resilience

C:-Impact energy

D:-Modulus of resilience

Ans: A

39:-The stress induced in a body, when suddenly loaded is _________ the stress induced when the same load is applied gradually.

A:-equal to

B:-one half

C:-twice

D:-four times

Ans: C

40:-A beam which is fixed at one end and free at the other is called

A:-Simply supported beam

B:-Fixed beam

C:-Overhanging beam

D:-Cantilever beam

Ans: D

41:-The bending moment on a section is maximum where shear force is

A:-Minimum

B:-Maximum

C:-Changing sign

D:-One

Ans: C

42:-When a load on the free end of a cantilever beam is increased failure will occur

A:-At the fixed end

B:-At the free end

C:-In the middle of the beam

D:-At a distance `(2l)/3` from free end

Ans: A

43:-The bending moment diagram for a simply supported beam loaded in its centre is

A:-a right angle triangle

B:-an isoscles triangle

C:-an equilateral triangle

D:-a rectangle

Ans: B

44:-A section of beam is said to be in pure bending, if it is subjected to

A:-Constant bending moment and constant shear force

B:-Constant shear force and zero bending moment

C:-Constant bending moment and zero shear force

D:-None of the above

Ans: C

45:-The section modulus of a circular section about an axis through it centre of gravity is

A:-`(Pid^(2))/4`

B:-`(Pid^(2))/16`

C:-`(Pid^(3))/16`

D:-`(Pid^(3))/32`

Ans: D

46:-The maximum deflection of a cantilever beam of length 'l' with a point load W at the free end is

A:-`(WL^(3))/(3EI)`

B:-`(WL^(3))/(8EI)`

C:-`(Wl^(3))/(16EI)`

D:-`(Wl^(3))/(48EI)`

Ans: A

47:-The load required to produce a unit deflection in a spring is called

A:-Flexural rigidity

B:-Torsional rigidity

C:-Spring stiffness

D:-Young's modulus

Ans: C

48:-The hoop stress in a thin cylindrical shell is

A:-Longitudinal stress

B:-Compressive stress

C:-Radial stress

D:-Circumferential stress

Ans: D

49:-According to Euler's column theory, the crippling load for a column of length (L) with one end fixed and the other end hinged is

A:-`(Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

B:-`(Pi^(2)EI)/(4L^(2)`

C:-`(2Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

D:-`(4Pi^(2)EI)/L^(2)`

Ans: C

50:-Factor of safety is defined as the ratio of

A:-Ultimate stress to working stress

B:-Working stress to ultimate stress

C:-Breaking stress to ultimate stress

D:-Ultimate stress to breaking stress

Ans: A

51:-In order to determine the natural features such as valley river lakes etc. the surveying is preferred is

A:-City surveying

B:-Location surveying

C:-Cadastral surveying

D:-Topographical surveying

Ans: D

52:-When the position of a point is to be located accurately by a perpendicular offset, the direction of perpendicular is set out by means of

A:-Theodolite

B:-Optical square

C:-Dumpy level

D:-Planimeter

Ans: B

53:-In an optical square, the angle between the first incident ray and the last reflected ray is

A:-60°

B:-120°

C:-90°

D:-150°

Ans: C

54:-The obstacle which obstructs vision but not chaining is a

A:-River

B:-Pond

C:-Hill

D:-All of these

Ans: C

55:-In a prismatic compass, the zero of the graduated ring is located at

A:-North end

B:-South end

C:-East end

D:-West end

Ans: B

56:-The magnetic bearing of a line is 55°30’ and the magnetic declination is 4°30’ West. The true bearing of a line will be

A:-30°

B:-34°30’

C:-49°

D:-51°

Ans: D

57:-The theodolite is an instrument used for measuring very accurately

A:-Horizontal angles only

B:-Vertical angles only

C:-Horizontal and vertical angles

D:-Linear measurements

Ans: C

58:-The image formed by the objective in the plane of crosshairs is

A:-Real and straight

B:-Real inverted

C:-Virtual and straight

D:-Virtual and inverted

Ans: B

59:-The brightness of the image __________ the magnifying power.

A:-is directly proportional to

B:-is inversely proportional to

C:-varies directly as the square of

D:-varies inversely as the square of

Ans: D

60:-An angle measured clockwise from the proceeding surveyline to the following surveyline is called

A:-Direct angle

B:-Vertical angle

C:-Horizontal angle

D:-Deflection angle

Ans: A

61:-Minimum number of bars to be provided in a circular column is

A:-4

B:-6

C:-8

D:-12

Ans: B

62:-Which one of the following is not the diameter of market form of reinforcing bar?

A:-16 mm

B:-18 mm

C:-20 mm

D:-22 mm

Ans: B

63:-In the working stress method of R.C.C. design factor of safety used for concrete and steel are respectively

A:-3 and 1.85

B:-4 and 1.85

C:-4 and 2

D:-3 and 1.5

Ans: A

64:-A column is considered long, if the effective length to least lateral dimension is more than

A:-10

B:-12

C:-15

D:-18

Ans: B

65:-Which of the following has high tensile strength?

A:-Mild steel

B:-Plain hot rolled wires

C:-Cold drawn wires

D:-Thermo mechanically treated bars

Ans: C

66:-Water tanks should be designed by

A:-Working stress method

B:-Ultimate load method

C:-Limit state method

D:-Any of the above

Ans: A

67:-Weldability of steel is enhanced by allowing it with

A:-Carbon

B:-Sulphur

C:-Chrome

D:-Nickel

Ans: B

68:-The most economical section for a compression member is

A:-Rectangular

B:-I-shaped

C:-Circular

D:-Hollow circular

Ans: D

69:-In a residential building, while designing stairs, live load to be taken is

A:-`(3 kN)/(m^(2))`

B:-`(4 kN)/(m^(2))`

C:-`(4.5 kN)/(m^(2))`

D:-`(5 kN)/(m^(2))`

Ans: A

70:-The angle of contact between mercury and solid surface is

A:-0°

B:-45°

C:-90°

D:-more than 90°

Ans: D

71:-The unit of measurement for concrete work in R.C.C. is in

A:-Sq m

B:-Cu m

C:-10 sq m

D:-10 Cu m

Ans: B

72:-A column that fails due to direct stress, is called

A:-Short column

B:-Long column

C:-Weak column

D:-Medium column

Ans: A

73:-For D.P.C at plinth level, the commonly adopted material is

A:-Bitumen sheeting

B:-Plastic sheeting

C:-Cement concrete

D:-Mastic asphalt

Ans: C

74:-The construction of a temporary structure required to support an unsafe structure, is called

A:-Underpinning

B:-Scaffolding

C:-Shoring

D:-Jacking

Ans: C

75:-Trimmed size of `A_(2)` drawing sheet

A:-494 × 521

B:-594 × 841

C:-520 × 594

D:-420 × 594

Ans: D

76:-Which conic is known as "central conic"?

A:-Ellipse

B:-Circle

C:-Parabola

D:-Hyperbola

Ans: D

77:-Which one is not a conic section?

A:-Ellipse

B:-Parabola

C:-Hyperbola

D:-Circle

Ans: D

78:-T-square is used for drawing

A:-Inclined lines

B:-Curved lines

C:-Horizontal lines

D:-Vertical lines

Ans: C

79:-Visual ray method is used for drawing _________ projection.

A:-Perspective

B:-Isometric

C:-Oblique

D:-Orthographic

Ans: A

80:-The angle of a miter line is __________ degrees.

A:-75

B:-60

C:-45

D:-30

Ans: C

81:-A byte consists of __________ bits.

A:-64

B:-32

C:-16

D:-8

Ans: D

82:-The file extension of a drawing template is

A:-.dwg

B:-.dxf

C:-.dws

D:-.dwt

Ans: D

83:-F9 is the short key of __________.

A:-ORTHO

B:-SNAP

C:-OSNAP

D:-POLAR

Ans: B

84:-__________ is the command used in convert polyline to line.

A:-Explode

B:-Join

C:-Extent

D:-Extrim

Ans: A

85:-'XL' is the short cut key of

A:-Erace

B:-Hatch

C:-Construction line

D:-Scale

Ans: C

86:-The behaviour of concrete under instantaneous loads is

A:-Elastic

B:-Plastic

C:-Anelastic

D:-Visco-elastic

Ans: A

87:-Separation of ingredients from concrete during transportation is known as

A:-Bleeding

B:-Creep

C:-Segregation

D:-Shrinkage

Ans: C

88:-Durability of cement concrete generally improves by

A:-Addition of sand

B:-Addition of cement

C:-Vibrations

D:-Additions of coarse aggregate

Ans: B

89:-The ratio of Young's modulus of elasticity for steel to that for concrete is known as

A:-Specific ratio

B:-Modular ratio

C:-Poisson's ratio

D:-Elasticity ratio

Ans: B

90:-The fineness modulus of fine aggregate is in the range of

A:-7.0 to 10.0

B:-5.0 to 7.0

C:-3.5 to 5.0

D:-2.0 to 3.5

Ans: D

91:-Shrinkage in concrete increases its

A:-Tensile strength

B:-Flexural strength

C:-Bond strength

D:-Shear strength

Ans: C

92:-The deflection at any section of a beam is __________ of the corresponding section of the conjugate beam.

A:-Shear force

B:-Bending moment

C:-Deflection

D:-Slope

Ans: B

93:-The rate of change of bending moment is equal to

A:-Shear force

B:-Deflection

C:-Slope

D:-Poisson's ratio x deflection

Ans: A

94:-The density of cement is generally

A:-`(1500 kg)/(m^(3))`

B:-`(1750 kg)/(m^(3))`

C:-`(1250 kg)/(m^(3))`

D:-`(2000 kg)/(m^(3))`

Ans: A

95:-A member subjected to tensile stresses is known as

A:-Principal rafter

B:-Purlin

C:-Strut

D:-Tie

Ans: D

96:-The ratio of moment of inertia of a rectangle about its centroidal axis to the moment of inertia about its base

A:-2

B:-3/4

C:-1/2

D:-1/4

Ans: D

97:-The maximum bending moment of a simply supported beam of span l and carrying a point load W at the centre

of the beam is

A:-Wl/4

B:-Wl/2

C:-Wl

D:-`(Wl^(2))/(4)`

Ans: A

98:-In slabs and beams creep is responsible for

A:-Bending

B:-Deflection

C:-Cracking

D:-Shrinkage

Ans: B

99:-In theory of simple bending the bending stress in the beam section varies

A:-Parabolically

B:-Elliptically

C:-Linearly

D:-None of them

Ans: C

100:-In architecture design the absence of monotony is called

A:-Proportion

B:-Balance

C:-Contrast

D:-Rhythm

Ans: C

A:-4

B:-6

C:-8

D:-12

Ans: B

62:-Which one of the following is not the diameter of market form of reinforcing bar?

A:-16 mm

B:-18 mm

C:-20 mm

D:-22 mm

Ans: B

63:-In the working stress method of R.C.C. design factor of safety used for concrete and steel are respectively

A:-3 and 1.85

B:-4 and 1.85

C:-4 and 2

D:-3 and 1.5

Ans: A

64:-A column is considered long, if the effective length to least lateral dimension is more than

A:-10

B:-12

C:-15

D:-18

Ans: B

65:-Which of the following has high tensile strength?

A:-Mild steel

B:-Plain hot rolled wires

C:-Cold drawn wires

D:-Thermo mechanically treated bars

Ans: C

66:-Water tanks should be designed by

A:-Working stress method

B:-Ultimate load method

C:-Limit state method

D:-Any of the above

Ans: A

67:-Weldability of steel is enhanced by allowing it with

A:-Carbon

B:-Sulphur

C:-Chrome

D:-Nickel

Ans: B

68:-The most economical section for a compression member is

A:-Rectangular

B:-I-shaped

C:-Circular

D:-Hollow circular

Ans: D

69:-In a residential building, while designing stairs, live load to be taken is

A:-`(3 kN)/(m^(2))`

B:-`(4 kN)/(m^(2))`

C:-`(4.5 kN)/(m^(2))`

D:-`(5 kN)/(m^(2))`

Ans: A

70:-The angle of contact between mercury and solid surface is

A:-0°

B:-45°

C:-90°

D:-more than 90°

Ans: D

71:-The unit of measurement for concrete work in R.C.C. is in

A:-Sq m

B:-Cu m

C:-10 sq m

D:-10 Cu m

Ans: B

72:-A column that fails due to direct stress, is called

A:-Short column

B:-Long column

C:-Weak column

D:-Medium column

Ans: A

73:-For D.P.C at plinth level, the commonly adopted material is

A:-Bitumen sheeting

B:-Plastic sheeting

C:-Cement concrete

D:-Mastic asphalt

Ans: C

74:-The construction of a temporary structure required to support an unsafe structure, is called

A:-Underpinning

B:-Scaffolding

C:-Shoring

D:-Jacking

Ans: C

75:-Trimmed size of `A_(2)` drawing sheet

A:-494 × 521

B:-594 × 841

C:-520 × 594

D:-420 × 594

Ans: D

76:-Which conic is known as "central conic"?

A:-Ellipse

B:-Circle

C:-Parabola

D:-Hyperbola

Ans: D

77:-Which one is not a conic section?

A:-Ellipse

B:-Parabola

C:-Hyperbola

D:-Circle

Ans: D

78:-T-square is used for drawing

A:-Inclined lines

B:-Curved lines

C:-Horizontal lines

D:-Vertical lines

Ans: C

79:-Visual ray method is used for drawing _________ projection.

A:-Perspective

B:-Isometric

C:-Oblique

D:-Orthographic

Ans: A

80:-The angle of a miter line is __________ degrees.

A:-75

B:-60

C:-45

D:-30

Ans: C

81:-A byte consists of __________ bits.

A:-64

B:-32

C:-16

D:-8

Ans: D

82:-The file extension of a drawing template is

A:-.dwg

B:-.dxf

C:-.dws

D:-.dwt

Ans: D

83:-F9 is the short key of __________.

A:-ORTHO

B:-SNAP

C:-OSNAP

D:-POLAR

Ans: B

84:-__________ is the command used in convert polyline to line.

A:-Explode

B:-Join

C:-Extent

D:-Extrim

Ans: A

85:-'XL' is the short cut key of

A:-Erace

B:-Hatch

C:-Construction line

D:-Scale

Ans: C

86:-The behaviour of concrete under instantaneous loads is

A:-Elastic

B:-Plastic

C:-Anelastic

D:-Visco-elastic

Ans: A

87:-Separation of ingredients from concrete during transportation is known as

A:-Bleeding

B:-Creep

C:-Segregation

D:-Shrinkage

Ans: C

88:-Durability of cement concrete generally improves by

A:-Addition of sand

B:-Addition of cement

C:-Vibrations

D:-Additions of coarse aggregate

Ans: B

89:-The ratio of Young's modulus of elasticity for steel to that for concrete is known as

A:-Specific ratio

B:-Modular ratio

C:-Poisson's ratio

D:-Elasticity ratio

Ans: B

90:-The fineness modulus of fine aggregate is in the range of

A:-7.0 to 10.0

B:-5.0 to 7.0

C:-3.5 to 5.0

D:-2.0 to 3.5

Ans: D

91:-Shrinkage in concrete increases its

A:-Tensile strength

B:-Flexural strength

C:-Bond strength

D:-Shear strength

Ans: C

92:-The deflection at any section of a beam is __________ of the corresponding section of the conjugate beam.

A:-Shear force

B:-Bending moment

C:-Deflection

D:-Slope

Ans: B

93:-The rate of change of bending moment is equal to

A:-Shear force

B:-Deflection

C:-Slope

D:-Poisson's ratio x deflection

Ans: A

94:-The density of cement is generally

A:-`(1500 kg)/(m^(3))`

B:-`(1750 kg)/(m^(3))`

C:-`(1250 kg)/(m^(3))`

D:-`(2000 kg)/(m^(3))`

Ans: A

95:-A member subjected to tensile stresses is known as

A:-Principal rafter

B:-Purlin

C:-Strut

D:-Tie

Ans: D

96:-The ratio of moment of inertia of a rectangle about its centroidal axis to the moment of inertia about its base

A:-2

B:-3/4

C:-1/2

D:-1/4

Ans: D

97:-The maximum bending moment of a simply supported beam of span l and carrying a point load W at the centre

of the beam is

A:-Wl/4

B:-Wl/2

C:-Wl

D:-`(Wl^(2))/(4)`

Ans: A

98:-In slabs and beams creep is responsible for

A:-Bending

B:-Deflection

C:-Cracking

D:-Shrinkage

Ans: B

99:-In theory of simple bending the bending stress in the beam section varies

A:-Parabolically

B:-Elliptically

C:-Linearly

D:-None of them

Ans: C

100:-In architecture design the absence of monotony is called

A:-Proportion

B:-Balance

C:-Contrast

D:-Rhythm

Ans: C