Building Construction Mock test – 1 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - ENGINEERING BIX

Building Construction Mock test – 1 || Civil Engineering Mock tests




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1. The form work from the slabs excluding props, can be removed only after
2. The type of arch generally constructed over a wooden lintel or over a flat arch for the purpose of carrying the load of the wall above is
3. The inclined surface of an abutment to receive the arch, is known as
4. For different layers of cement concrete floor. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
5. The position of a brick when laid on its side 9 cm × 9 cm with its frog in the vertical plane, is called
6. For each storey of a building, the depth of exploration should be
7. The wedge shaped bricks forming an arch ring, are called
8. The process of filling hollow spaces of walls before plastering, is known
9. The number of steps in a flight generally should not be less than
10. Pick up the correct statement from the following:
11. A floor constructed with the 4 to 6 mm marble chips, is known
12. The bearing capacity of a water logged soil can be improved by
13. The minimum strength of the mortar used in load bearing brick masonry, is
14. The platform at the end of a series of steps, is known as
15. A stair should not have pitch more than
16. The maximum total settlement for isolated foundations on clayey soils should be limited to
17. The pile which supports the load due to friction between pile face and surrounding soil, is generally known as
18. the masonry and bottom is kept flushed with face of wall, is
19. The type of roof which slopes in two directions with a break in the slope on each side is known as
20. The foundation which consists of a thick reinforced cement slab covering whole area to support heavy concentrated structural loads, is known as
21. As compared to stretcher course, the thickness of joints in header course should be
22. A wall constructed with stones to protect slopes of cuttings in natural ground from the action of weathering agents, is called
23. Open test pit is only suitable upto a depth of
24. Depth or height of the arch is the
25. Cast iron piles







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