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Water Supply Mock test – 5 || Civil Engineering Mock tests




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1. The maximum pressure which the pipe can withstand without any leakage during hydrostatic pressure test, is called
2. The total domestic consumption in a city water supply, is assumed
3. Underground water is obtained from
4. Asbestos pipes are joined by means of
5. The percentage of chlorine in fresh bleaching powder is roughly
6. For a city developed haphazardly, the layout of distribution pipes preferred to, is
7. The order of existence of three portions of water in a reservoir from the bottom to top is
8. The maximum non-verticality of the bore of a well 200 m deep, may be permitted up to
9. Slow sand filter is used if maximum turbidity of raw water is less than
10. The ratio of total capacity and dead storage is kept
11. Air inlet valve in water mains, is generally provided at
12. The diameter of pipes in bath rooms and lavatories in domestic water supply, is
13. Normal values of overflow rate for plain sedimentation tank using coagulants, is
14. Most important source of water for public water supply, is from
15. The four major water supply distribution systems, are
16. Detention time for plain sedimentation tank usually ranges from
17. To detect the turbidity of the order of 0 to 1000 P.P.M. the instrument used is
18. Raw water treated with only chlorine, is known as
19. For estimating the run off of catchments, the mean value of the constant 'K' in the Khosla's formula Qy = Py - K (1.8 Ty + 32) is
20. The ensure proper growth of children's teeth, the quantity of fluoride used in water mains, is
21. Chlorination of water does not remove
22. An aquiclude is
23. The valve fitted closely in a recess against an opening in a pipe, is generally
24. Growth of population can be conveniently represented by
25. The maximum permissible chloride content in treated water of public water supplies should not exceed







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