Hydrology & Water resource engineering Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - ENGINEERING BIX

Hydrology & Water resource engineering Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. Which of the following can be used as a meter fall?
2. The run off a drainage basin is
3. Hydrograph is a graphical representation of
4. In the derivation of Thiem's formula, Q = (S1 - S2)/[2.3 log10( / )] the following assumption is not applicable
5. Horizontal acceleration due to earthquake results in
6. The major resisting force in a gravity dam is
7. For wave action in dams, the maximum height of freeboard is generally taken to be equal to
8. Sharp crested weirs are generally used
9. If the axial length of a drainage basin is 35 km and its form factor is 0.2, the total area of the basin is
10. Water contains
11. The net speed under which the turbine reaches its peak efficiency is called
12. The main cause of meandering is
13. The quantity of water retained by the sub-soil against gravity, is known
14. A runoff river plant is
15. Tortuosity of a meandering river is always
16. For the estimate of high floods in fan-shaped catchment, the formula used is
17. Indian Meteorological department uses the standard gauges whose collectors have apertures of
18. The main function of a divide wall is to
19. In India the recording type rain gauge generally used, is
20. If the loss due to friction in pipes is 4 m, the total losses in strainer and bends may be taken as
21. Which of the following canal outlets maintains a constant discharge?
22. According to Khosla theory  the exit gradient in the absence of a downstream cut-off is
23. Which of the following spillways is least suitable for an earthen dam?
24. Seepage through embankments in an earthen dam is controlled by
25. The critical depth in a channel can be produced

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