DMRC JE Civil Engineering Mock test – 1 Welcome to your DMRC JE Civil Engineering Mock test - 1 (50 Questions) You have only 1 hour to complete the test Wish you all the best!!! Name Email The effective depth of T-beam is the distance between the: (1) Centre of flange to the top of tensile reinforcement (2) Top of flange to the centre of tensile reinforcement (3) Bottom of flange to centre of tensile reinforcement (4) Top of flange to bottom tensile reinforcementThe ratio of the total elongation of a bar of uniform cross-section produced under its own weight to the elongation produced by an external load equal to the weight of the bar is: (1) 2 (2) 1 (3) 1/2 (4) 1/4A vertical member of frame, which is employed to subdivide a window or door vertically is: (1) Jamb (2) Panel (3) Mullion (4) TransomsThe units of viscosity are: (1) kg sec/ m2 (2) N sec/ m2 (3) N sec2/ m3 (4) m3/ secSetting of Laminscate transition curve is done with: (1) Perpendicular offsets (2) Radial offsets (3) Deflection angles (4) Polar deflection anglesA flow in which the quantity of liquid flowing per second is constant, is called: (1) Stream line flow (2) Turbulant flow (3) Steady flow (4) Laminar flowA unit working purely on anaerobiosis is: (1) Septic tanks (2) Trickling filter (3) Contact bed (4) Activated sludge processMatch List I with II and select correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: List I List II A. Abrasion test 1. Durability B. Crushing strength test 2. Toughness C. Impact Test 3. Hardness D. Soundness Test 4. Compressive strength Codes: (1) A-3, B-4, C-2, D-1 (2) A-4, B-3, C-2, D-1 (3) A-3, B-2, C-4, D-1 (4) None of theseIn a restrained rectangular slab subjected to a uniformly distributed load, the yield lines form first: (1) Along the shorter span on the loaded face of the slab (2) Along the longer span on the loaded face of the slab (3) At the intersection of shorter and longer side (4) Along the centre line of the unloaded face of the slabA CPM network is to be drawn considering: (1) Activity sequencing without resource availability (2) Least direct cost durations for activities (3) Least total cost duration for activities (4) Activities sequencing considered resources availability for each individual activity separatelyMatch List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the: (Organism) (Disease Transmitted) A. Bacteria 1. Infection hepapatities B. Viruses 2. Amoebic dysentery C. Protozoa 3. Paratyphoid D. Helminths 4.Gunica – worm infections Codes: (1) A-1, A-2, C-4, D-3 (2) A-3, B-1, C-2, D-4 (3) A-2, B-4, C-3, D-1 (4) None of theseThe rise and fall method of reduction of levels provides a check on: (1) Back sights (2) Fore sights (3) Intermediate sights (4) All of theseIn the design of purlins, depth of angle section should not be less than: (1) L/ 45 (2) L/ 60 (3) L/ 50 (4) No relationshipIn a CBR test, If the CBR value at 5 mm is greater than that at 2.5 mm: (1) The higher value should be chosen (2) The test should be repeated (3) Average value of the two should be used (4) None of theseThe outer axis of a theodolite is: (1) The axis of the altitude level (2) The trunnion axis (3) The axis passing through the centre of the horizontal graduated circle (4) The line of collimation of the theodoliteMatch List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes Given below the lists: List I List II A. Plain sedimentation test 1. Hydraulic loading ruse B. Fon- exchange 2. Exhaust of bed C. Flocculator 3. Settling velocity D. Rapid sand filter 4. Velocity gradient Codes: (1) A-1, B-4, C-2, D-3 (2) A-2, B-1, C-3, D-4 (3) A-3, B-2, C-4, D-1 (4) None of theseA contour line: (1) Can not split and continue in different directions. (2) Can split and continue in different directions. (3) Can split but continue in two directions only. (4) Can split but has to return to meet again.Moment Distribution method of Structural analysis is applicable to: (1) Stable but statically indeterminate structures (2) Stable but statically determinate structures (3) Unstable but statically indeterminate structures (4) Unstable but statically determinate structuresOn wetting, cohesive soils: (1) Loose permeability (2) Gain shear strength (3) Loose elasticity (4) Decrease their shear strengthWhich of the following instruments is used for spot speed measurement of a vehicle? (1) Microscope (2) Enoscope (3) Stethoscope (4) StereoscopeThe weight of a rail and its section is decided on the basis of: (1) Heaviest axle load (2) Maximum permissible speed (3) Depth of Ballast (4) All of theseTo determine the whole volume formed by given sections over a given length, the prismoidal formula can be applied: (1) Only when the number of sectional areas is odd (2) Only when the number of sectional areas is even (3) Irrespective of the number of sectional areas being odd or even (4) Only for three sections at a timeHydraulic radius is equal to: (1) Area divided by the square of the wetted perimeter (2) Area divided by the wetted perimeter (3) Wetted perimeter divided by area (4) Square root of the areaA structural member subjected to compressive force in a direction parallel to its longitudinal axis is called: (1) Column (2) Post (3) Stanchion (4) Any one of aboveThe ratio of ultimate creep strain to elastic strain is known as: (1) Creep modulus (2) Creep coefficient (3) Creep–strain ratio (4) Tertiary creepA pile is embedded quite deep is a clay stratum. The clay has a cohesion of 3.5t/m2. The ultimate point resistance of the pile will be: (1) 19.6 t/ m2 (2) 24.5 t/ m2 (3) 21.0 t/ m2 (4) None of theseA row of rivets parallel to the direction of force is called: (1) Pitch (2) Gauge distance (3) Gauge (4) Edge lineA short column 300 mm x 300 mm is reinforced with 4 bars of 20mm dia. (Fe–415 grade). If concrete is M-20 grade, the max. axial load Pu (kN) allowed on it is: (1) 1059.0 (2) 1159.0 (3) 1173.0 (4) None of theseThe forces which meet at one point, but their line of action do not lie in a plane, are called: (1) Coplaner non–concurrent forces (2) Non–coplaner concurrent forces (3) Non–coplaner non–concurrent forces (4) Intersecting forcesA given material has young’s modulus E, modulus of rigidity G and passion’s ratio 0.25. The ratio of young’s modulus to modulus of rigidity of this material is: (1) 3.75 (2) 3 (3) 2.5 (4) 1.5The modulus of elasticity (E) of concrete is given by: (1) E = 1000fck (2) E= 5700 sqrt fck (3) E= 5700mg (4) E= 1000 sqrt fckThe most economical section of a trapezoidal channel is one which has hydrulic mean depth equal to: (1) 1/2 depth (2) 1/2 breadth (3) 1/2 × depth × breadth (4) 1/2(depth and breadth)The settlement of coarse aggregate towards bottom with scum rising towards the surface is known as: (1) Bleeding (2) Capillarity (3) Laitance (4) PermeabilityIn which of the following, kerosene oil is used for its preparation? (1) Emulsion (2) Slow curing cutback (3) Medium curing cutback (4) Rapid curing cutbackThe ratio of the total elongation of a bar of uniform circular cross-section produced under its own weight to the elongation produced by an external load equal to the weight of the bar is: (1) 2 (2) 1 (3) 0.5 (4) None of theseConcentration of fluorides desirable in water is: (1) 1 to 2 mg/litre (2) Not more than 1 mg/litre (3) 10 to 20 mg/litre (4) Not more than 250 mg/litreThe piles which do not support the load by them selves, but act as a medium to transmit the load from the foundation to the resisting sub-stratum are known as: (1) Friction piles (2) Bearing piles (3) Bater piles (4) Compaction pilesChromatic aberration in a telescope is reduced by using: (1) A convex lens (2) Compound lens convex and concave lenses (3) A concave lenses (4) Two convex lensesBearings are provided in bridges, in order to: 1. Distribute the load from susperstructure on a large areas and to transfer to piers 2. Allow the grid order of the bridge to taken a free angular movement at the ends when loaded 3. Allow free movement of girders due to temperature variations. 4. Prevent excessive damage to the bridge if any pier sink slightly Of these the correct utilities are (1) 2, 3 and 4 (2) 1, 2 and 3 (3) 1, 2 and 4 (4) 1, 2, 3 and 4Which of the followings is measured in a CBR test on soils: (1) Flow value (2) Shear strength (3) Tensile strength (4) Compressive strengthA line joining some fixed stations on main survey lines is: (1) Check line (2) Base line (3) Tie line (4) Cross lineThe minium ratio of thickness of elements in compression, in terms of their outstanding length has been specified to prevent: (1) Fracture (2) Bearing failure (3) Tension failure (4) Local bucklingThe water content in the soil is: (1) Ratio of volume of water to volume of soil (2) Ratio of volume of water to volume of solids (3) Ratio of weight of water to volume of soil (4) Ratio of weight of water to weight of solidsThe process of mixing some mortar in the mixer at the beginning of the first batch concrete mixing is called: (1) Buttering (2) Borrowing (3) Initiating (4) None of theseThe height of instrument (HI) is equal to: (1) R.L. of BM + BS (2) R.L. of BM + FS (3) R.L. of BM + IS (4) BS + FSThe main object of providing a camber is: (1) To make the road surface impervious (2) To make the road surface durable (3) To make the road free of stagnant water (4) All of theseIn a Tee-Beam the breadth of the rib is equal to the: (1) Total thickness of slab including cover (2) Width of beam in compression zone (3) Width of beam in tensile zone (4) None of theseThe first stage of natural process of sludge digestion is: (1) Acid fermentation (2) Acid regression (3) Alkaline fermentation (4) None of theseThe allowable stress to which a structural member can be subjected, is called: (1) Working stress (2) Permissible stress (3) Tensile stress (4) Either (1) or (2)Mostly used coagulant in treatment of water is: (1) Chlorine (2) Alum (3) Lime (4) Bleaching powder