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Civil Engineering – Building Materials – Mock test – 1

Welcome to your Building Materials Mock Test - 1
Take an exciting test in Building Materilas
You have only 20 mins to complete the test (20 Questions)
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1. Wrought iron contains carbon upto

2. Pick up the polymineralic rock from the following:

3.Ultimate strength to cement is provided by

4.In the cement the compound quickest to react with water, is

5. The initial setting time of lime-pozzolana, is

6. The rocks which are formed due to cooling of magma at a considerable depth from earth's surface are called

7. Quartzite is a

8. Sand stone is

9. Stainless steel contains

10. Pick up the hypabyssal rock from the following:

11. Kaolin is chemically classified as

12. Brittleness of cold is due to an excess of

13. For the manufacture of Portland cement, the proportions of raw materials used, are

14. Gniess is obtained from

15. The rocks formed by gradual deposition, are called

16.  Galvanising means covering iron with a thin coat of

17. Initial setting time of cement for asbestos cement products should be not less than

18.The variety of pig iron used for the manufacture of steel by Bessemer process, is

19. For filling cracks in masonry structures, the type of bitumen used, is

20. Vanadium steel is generally used for

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10 Comments on "Civil Engineering – Building Materials – Mock test – 1"

  1. Devaraya Pruthviraj | July 25, 2017 at 7:22 am | Reply

    thank you so much for providing mock tests.

  2. thank u sir

  3. tq but u have given 20 questions but it’s showing that 25 check it once

  4. thank u so much,
    please provide more test

  5. Very good ?????

  6. awesome what a great job..

  7. Manoj Singh Chauhan | September 26, 2017 at 6:02 am | Reply

    very nice effort for engineers growth.

  8. thanks

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