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Civil Engineering – Building Materials Mock test – 3



Welcome to your Building Materials Mock test - 3
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You have only 20 mins to complete the test (31 Questions)
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Lime concrete is generally used for
The minimum compressive strength of Ilnd class bricks should be
Quick setting cement is produced by adding
Knots in timber are
If water required for 1 bag of cement is 30 litres, the water cement ratio is :
The type of steel used for precision levelling staff, is
The hardest rock is
The process of decarbonising the pig iron completely and then adding proper percentage of carbon for manufacturing steel, is called
Dry rot
Stuco paints are suitable for
The weight of 1 m3 of brick earth, is about
The commonly used drying oil for oil paints, is
Fibre boards can be
For the manufacture of stainless steel, steel is mixed with
German silver is an alloy of
The normal curing period for lime mortar, is:
The presence of original rounded surface on the manufactured piece of timber, is called
Pozzolana (or surkhi) is used in lime
Wrought iron is used for
The timber having maximum resistance against white ants, is obtained from
The foliated structure is very common in
Bituminous fells are used for
The cracks caused by shrinkage of the exterior surface of the wood exposed to atmosphere, are called:
Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Initial setting of cement is caused due to
Turpentine oil is used in paints as
Formula for quick lime, is
Portland cement manufactured from pure white chalk and clay but free from iron-oxide, is known as
The operation of removal of impurities or clay adhering to iron ores, is known as
Dextrin is
Smith's test of stones is performed to find out









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