Building Construction Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - ENGINEERING BIX

Building Construction Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. Best type of piles for soft soil having little resistance to the flow of concrete, is
2. The alignment of a cross joint along the plumb line is
3. The taper of precast concrete pile should not be more than
4. Exposed portions of vertical surface at right angles to the door or window frame, are known as
5. The depth of excavation of foundations, is generally measured with a
6. The foundation in which a cantilever beam is provided to join two footings, is known as
7. Dado is usually provided in
8. The lower half portion between crown and skew back of the arch, is called
9. The minimum thickness of walls built in cement mortar (1 : 6) for a single storey building, is
10. The projections of head or sill of a door or window frame are
11. A projecting piece usually provided to support a truss, is
12. Pick up the commonly adopted geophysical method in civil engineering from the following:
13. For heavy embankments and dams, of height h, the depth of exploration of soil should not be less  than
14. The vertical member running through middle of a shutter frame, is
15. The range of spread from the wall base to outer edge of a brick work foundation does not exceed
16. If the depth of an excavation is 20 metres, number of single stage well points to be installed at  various levels, is
17. Couple roof is used for spans
18. The nominal thickness of an expansion joint in brick walls, is kept more than
19. A roof which slopes in four directions, is called
20. The line of intersection of the surfaces of a sloping roof forming an external angle exceeding 180°, is
21. If height of the first storey of a building is 3.2 m and riser is 13 cm, the number of treads required,  is
22. The vertical members fixed between steps and hand rail, are known
23. The 9 cm × 9 cm side of a brick as seen in the wall face, is generally known as
24. The depth of an arch is the distance between
25. The form work from the underside of slabs, can be removed only after

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