Soil Mechanics and Foundation Mock test - 5 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - CIVIL ENGINEERING OBJECTIVE

Soil Mechanics and Foundation Mock test – 5 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. If the material of the base of the Casagrande liquid limit device on which the cup containing soil paste drops is softer than the standard hard rubber, then
2. Physical properties of a permeant which influence permeability are
3. The property of a soil which allows it to be deformed rapidly without rupture, elastic rebound and also a volume change, is known
4. Factor of safety against sliding of a slope, is the ratio of
5. The neutral stress in a soil mass is
6. A triaxial shear test is preferred to direct shear test, because
7. During seepage through a soil, direction of seepage is always
8. The ultimate consolidation settlement of a structure resting on a soil
9. Direct measurement of permeability of the specimen at any stage of loading can be made
10. Effective stress on soil
11. Failure of the stability of slopes, generally occurs along
12. Select the incorrect statement.
13. The angle of internal friction, is least for
14. Rise of water table above the ground surface causes
15. The shear strength of a soil
16. Hydrometer readings are corrected for:
17. The coefficient of compressibility of soil, is the ratio of
18. The major principal stress in an element of cohesion-less soil within the backfill of a retaining wall is
19. For testing a saturated clay for shear strength, the test recommended, is
20. The average coefficient of permeability of natural deposits
21. Which one of the following clays behaves like a dense sand?
22. The ratio of volume of air voids to the volume of total voids, is known as
23. Dispersed type of soil structure is an arrangement comprising particles having
24. Coefficient of permeability of soil
25. The shearing force acting along the slice of a curved surface of slippage, causes the soil to slide