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Building Construction Mock test – 5 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. Engineering news formula for obtaining safe bearing capacity of pile for drop hammer, is,
2. The nominal thickness of one brick wall in mm, is
3. The single stage well point system of dewatering an excavation can be used if the depth of excavation does not exceed
4. To stagger vertical joints in successive courses of a wall, a piece of brick is generally used at the  end of the course, which is known as
5. The mortar in which both cement and lime are used as binding materials, is called
6. The vertical sides of a door and window openings provided in a wall, are known as
7. The window which is provided on a sloping roof of a building, is called
8. The skirting/dado in a bath roof should be upto
9. The process of working a flat for the finishing coat, is known
10. The form Work including the props can be removed from beams, only after
11. The stepped structure provided for lateral support of a structure, is
12. The highest line of sloping roof, where two opposite slopes meet, is known as
13. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
14. The rock formed from the solidification of molten matter (magma) is called:
15. The window which is provided in flat roof of a room, is known
16. The ceiling height of a building is
17. Dampness causes
18. The depth of the ground water table may be ascertained by
19. In grillage foundations a minimum 15 cm cover is provided on
20. The maximum permissible deflection of a timber beam supporting a roof, is
21. The bearing capacity of granite is generally
22. In flat roof of reinforced cement concrete, the recommended angle of slope, is
23. The pile which supports the load partly by friction and partly by resting on hard stratum, is called
24. The type of ashlar masonry in which stones are finely chisel dressed and thickness of joints does not exceed 3 mm, is
25. The opening provided in sloping roof with its top parallel to the roof surface, is called