Building Construction Mock test – 2 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. The vertical side member of a shutter frame, is known
2. Crown is located at
3. Pile foundations are suitable for
4. A floor constructed with 3 mm marble chips, is known
5. Black cotton soil is unsuitable for foundations because its
6. The method of moving each brick through a small horizontal distance before it is finally laid in any brick wall and pressing it by means of brick hammer, is known as
7. The brick laid with its length parallel to the face of a wall, is a known as
8. In verandah floors outward slope is
9. In jack arch floor, the rise is kept
10. The triangular portion between any two adjacent arches and the tangent to their crowns, is
11. The stone whose crushing strength is least, is
12. The portion of a brick cut across the width, is called
13. A temporary rigid structure having platforms to enable masons to work at different stages of a building, is known as
14. In horizontal D.P.C, thickness of cement concrete (1 : 2 : 4) is
15. The under surface of an arch, is called
16. The inclined support at the ends of treads and rises of a stair, is known as
17. In places where the soil is soft and has small resistance to the flow of concrete, which one of the following types of piles, is used
18. You are asked to design and supervise a truss for a factory to have spans 6 m to 9 m. The type of the truss you will use, is
19. The brick laid with its breadth parallel to the face of a wall, is known as
20. The type of bond in which every course contains both headers and stretchers, is called
21. The local swelling of a finished plaster, is termed
22. The compaction of concrete in the drilled pile hole is done by compressed air in the case of
23. Expansion joints in masonry walls are provided if length exceeds
24. The voussoir placed at crown of an arch, is known as a
25. To support a heavy structure in sandy soil, the type of foundation generally used, is

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