RCC Structures Design Mock test – 6 || Civil Engineering Mock tests Welcome to your RCC Structures Design Mock test - 6Take an exciting test in RCC structures DesignYou have only 20 mins to complete the test (25 Questions)Wish you all the best!!! Name Email 1. Design of R.C.C. simply supported beams carrying U.D.L. is based on the resultant B.M. at (A) Supports (B) Mid span (C) Every section (D) Quarter span2. If T and R are tread and rise respectively of a stair, then (A) 2R + T = 60 (B) R + 2T = 60 (C) 2R + T = 30 (D) R + 2T = 303. The minimum cube strength of concrete used for a pre-stressed member, is (A) 50 kg/cm2 (B) 150 kg/cm2 (C) 250 kg/cm2 (D) 350 kg/cm24. If is the overall height of a retaining wall retaining a surcharge, the width of the base slab usually provided, is (A) 0.3 H (B) 0.4 H (C) 0.5 H (D) 0.7 H5. An R.C.C. column of 30 cm diameter is reinforced with 6 bars 12 mm placed symmetrically along the circumference. If it carries a load of 40, 000 kg axially, the stress is (A) 49.9 kg/cm2 (B) 100 kg/cm2 (C) 250 kg/cm2 (D) 175 kg/cm26. If Sb, is the average bond stress on a bar of diameter subjected to maximum stress , the length of the embedment is given by (A) l = dt/Sb (B) l = dt/2Sb (C) l = dt/3Sb (D) l = dt/4Sb7. The maximum shear stress (q) in concrete of a reinforced cement concrete beam is (A) Shear force/(Lever arm × Width) (B) Lever arm/(Shear force × Width) (C) Width/(Lever arm × Shear force) (D) (Shear force × Width)/Lever arm8. For stairs spanning l metres longitudinally between supports at the bottom and top of a flight carrying a load w per unit horizontal area, the maximum bending moment per metre width, is (A) wl²/4 (B) wl²/8 (C) wl²/12 (D) wl²/169. If diameter of a reinforcement bar is d, the anchorage value of the hook is (A) 4d (B) 8d (C) 12d (D) 16d10. Distribution reinforcement in a simply supported slab, is provided to distribute (A) Load (B) Temperature stress (C) Shrinkage stress (D) All the above11. In a singly reinforced beam, the effective depth is measured from its compression edge to (A) Tensile edge (B) Tensile reinforcement (C) Neutral axis of the beam (D) Longitudinal central axis12. The length of the straight portion of a bar beyond the end of the hook, should be at least (A) Twice the diameter (B) Thrice the diameter (C) Four times the diameter (D) Seven times the diameter13. If the maximum shear stress at the end of a simply supported R.C.C. beam of 6 m effective span is 10 kg/cm2, the share stirrups are provided for a distance from either end where, is (A) 50 cm (B) 100 cm (C) 150 cm (D) 200 cm14. If K is a constant depending upon the ratio of the width of the slab to its effective span l, x is the distance of the concentrated load from the nearer support, bw is the width of the area of contact of the concentrated load measured parallel to the supported edge, the effective width of the slab be is (A) K/x (1 + x/d) + bw (B) Kx (1 - x/l) + bw (C) Kx (1 + x/l) + bw (D) All the above15. Design of R.C.C. cantilever beams, is based on the resultant force at (A) Fixed end (B) Free end (C) Mid span (D) Mid span and fixed support16. If the diameter of longitudinal bars of a square column is 16 mm, the diameter of lateral ties should not be less than (A) 4 mm (B) 5 mm (C) 6 mm (D) 8 mm17. Distribution of shear intensity over a rectangular section of a beam, follows: (A) A circular curve (B) A straight line (C) A parabolic curve (D) An elliptical curve18. On piles, the drop must be at least (A) 80 cm (B) 100 cm (C) 120 cm (D) 140 cm19. Though the effective depth of a T-beam is the distance between the top compression edge to the centre of the tensile reinforcement, for heavy loads, it is taken as (A) 1/8th of the span (B) 1/10th of the span (C) 1/12th of the span (D) 1/16th of the span20. The thickness of base slab of a retaining wall generally provided, is (A) One half of the width of the stem at the bottom (B) One-third of the width of the stem at the bottom (C) One fourth of the width of the steam at the bottom (D) Width of the stem at the bottom21. The weight of a foundation is assumed as (A) 5% of wall weight (B) 7% of wall weight (C) 10% of wall weight (D) 12% of wall weight22. To have pressure wholly compressive under the base of a retaining wall of width b, the resultant of the weight of the wall and the pressure exerted by the retained, earth should have eccentricity not more than (A) b/3 (B) b/4 (C) b/5 (D) b/623. Steel beam theory is used for (A) Design of simple steel beams (B) Steel beams encased in concrete (C) Doubly reinforced beams ignoring compressive stress in concrete (D) Beams if shear exceeds 4 times allowable shear stress24. In a singly reinforced beam, if the permissible stress in concrete reaches earlier than that in steel, the beam section is called (A) Under-reinforced section (B) Over reinforced section (C) Economic section (D) Critical section25. If d and n are the effective depth and depth of the neutral axis respectively of a singly reinforced beam, the lever arm of the beam, is (A) d (B) n (C) d + n/3 (D) d - n/3 Share to all