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Irrigation Engineering Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock tests




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1. The ratio of the rate of change of discharge of an outlet and parent channel, is known as
2. The ratio of the head recovered to the head put in, is known as
3. For diversion of flood water of rivers, the type of canal constructed, is
4. The ratio of the rate of change of discharge of an outlet to the rate of change in level of water surface in a distributary at its normal depth, is known as
5. In rigid module, the discharge
6. For cereal crops the most commonly adopted method of irrigation, is
7. To hold hydraulic jumps, baffle walls are provided in
8. In a syphon aqueduct
9. Pick up the correct sequence of the part of a canal system from the following
10. The level of the fioor of a syphon aqueduct can be obtained
11. The water face of the guide banks, is protected by
12. An outlet is said to be proportional if its flexibility, is
13. In a concrete canal the approximate permissible velocity of water should not exceed
14. Lane's weighted creep theory assumes
15. If average particle size of the silt in millimetres is m, the Lacey's silt factor f is proportional to
16. Lacey's equation for calculating flood discharge in rivers, is
17. The ratio of the discharge over a trapezoidal crest to a rectangular crest of Sarda falls of identical parameters, is
18. The uplift pressure on the roof of an inverted syphon, is maximum when
19. According to Lacey, depth of scour in a river depends upon the straightness of the reach. If D is the depth of scour in regime flow in a right angled bend, it is
20. Cross regulators in main canals are provided
21. The field capacity of a soil depends upon
22. Effective precipitation for a crop may be defined as
23. The width of a dowla is generally kept between 30 to 60 cm and its height above the road level should invariably be more than
24. Garnett's diagrams are used for graphical solution of design equations of a canal by
25. According to Lacey, in regime conditions
26. While deciding the alignment of a proposed canal taking off from a river at B, three alignments of approximately equal lengths are available. These cross a drainages at C1, C2 and C3 where drainage bed levels C1 > C2 > C3, you will provide at site C3
27. For standing crops in undulating sandy fields, the best method of irrigation, is
28. A current meter measures the velocity of flow, if it is held
29. If the straight sides of a triangular section of a lined canal with circular bottom of radius D, make an angle θ with horizontal, the hydraulic mean depth is
30. A counter berm is






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