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Civil Engineering – Water Supply Engineering – Mock test – 1




Welcome to your Water supply Engineering Mock test - 1

Take an exciting test in the topic of Water Supply Engineering

You have only 20 mins to complete the test (25 Questions)

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1.
Corrosion of well pipes may not be reduced by
2.
The least thickness of class B cast iron (spun) pipe, is
3.
By boiling water, hardness can be removed if it is due to
4.
The yield of a rapid gravity filter as compared to that of slow sand filter, is
5.
Disinfection of drinking water, is done to remove
6.
Aeration of water is done to remove
7.
Economic height of a dam is the height corresponding to which
8.
In pressure supply mains, water hammer pressure is reduced by providing
9.
The maximum depth of sedimentation tanks is limited to
10.
For determining the velocity of flow of underground water, the most commonly used non-empirical formula is
11.
The transitional middle portion of a logistic curve follows
12.
Sunlight
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In distribution pipes, drain valves are provided at
14.
Distribution mains of any water supply, is normally designed for its average daily requirement
15.
Time of concentration
16.
The specific retention is least in case of
17.
B.O.D. of treated water should be
18.
The population growth curve is
19.
Most commonly used pump for lifting water in water supply mains, is
20.
Turbidity of raw water is a measure of
21.
The maximum permissible nitrites in public water supplies, is
22.
Pick up the incorrect statement from the following. The underground sources of water, is from
23.
Pick up the incorrect statement from the following regarding fire hydrants
24.
Water supply system includes
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A high velocity of wash water is required for




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1 Comment on "Civil Engineering – Water Supply Engineering – Mock test – 1"

  1. vimal mishra | June 30, 2017 at 5:50 pm | Reply

    Daily exercise make better….

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