Water supply Engineering Mock test - 3 || Civil Engineering Mock test - ENGINEERING BIX

Water supply Engineering Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock test




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1. The maximum permitted loss of head in a rapid sand filter, is
2. For plain chlorination of water, the quantity of chlorine used, is
3. High pH value of water does not produce
4. Critical time for developing a water hammer, is the time required for
5. The ratio of maximum hourly consumption and average hourly consumption of the maximum day, is
6. The depth of the water table at a place is 45 m below the general ground level. To lift water from a deep tube well in such a locality, the type of pump to be installed is
7. Most commonly used section in grade aqueducts, is
8. Specific capacity or yield of wells, is generally expressed, as
9. Standard process of chlorination of water, is done by
10. Most important source of water for public water supply, is from
11. To detect the turbidity of the order of 0 to 1000 P.P.M. the instrument used is
12. The prescribed hardness limit of potable water ranges between
13. The detention period for plain sedimentation water tanks, is usually
14. In pumping stations, the type of joint generally used, is
15. The lowest outlet sluice in a dam is provided
16. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following :
17. The fire demand for a city of 50, 000 population, according to Godrich formula, is
18. The strainer type tube well, is unsuitable for
19. The permissible pH value for public water supplies may range between
20. For maximum alkalinity of water, pH value should be
21. Service connections to consumers houses, are generally provided with
22. For estimating the run off of catchments, the mean value of the constant 'K' in the Khosla's formula Qy = Py - K (1.8 Ty + 32) is
23. The efficiency of sedimentation tank does not depend upon
24. The bacterias which require free oxygen for their survival, are called
25. The four major water supply distribution systems, are






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