1. The 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)

2. In the theory of bending, the assumptions that plane sections before bending will remain plane after bending is made to ensure that: (1) Strain is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(2) Stress is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(3) Moment is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(4) Strain is zero across the cross-section

3. Match 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 these

4. A line joining some fixed stations on main survey lines is:

(1) Check line

(2) Base line

(3) Tie line

(4) Cross line

5. A hydraulic jump in a controlled water will be formed above the control, if its original:

(1) Depth is more than critical depth (2) Depth is less than critical depth

(3) Depth is equal to critical depth

(4) None of these

6. Bearings 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 4

7. In roof trusses, the most frequently used section is:

(1) Two-angle sections placed back to back

(2) Two-channel sections placed back to back

(3) Two channel sections placed wide apart

(4) Four-angle sections

8. Which of the following instruments is used for spot speed measurement of a vehicle?

(1) Microscope

(2) Enoscope

(3) Stethoscope

(4) Stereoscope

9. In singly reinforced beams, steel reinforcement is provided in:

(1) Tensile zone

(2) Compressive zone

(3) Neutral zone

(4) Both tensile and compressive zone

10. A foundation consisting of thick R.C.C. slab covering the entire area of the bottom of structure is known as: (1) Pile foundation

(2) Pier foundation

(3) Raft foundation

(4) Machine foundation

11. 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 reinforcement

12. A 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 separately

13. In which of the following, kerosene oil is used for its preparation?

(1) Emulsion

(2) Slow curing cutback

(3) Medium curing cutback

(4) Rapid curing cutback

14. A 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 these

15. A 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

16. Consider, during compaction:

1. A constant value of air voids is reached at optimum water content and hence the density is maximum at that water content

2. The air voids increase due to any further increase of water content and hence the density decreases there after Of these statement

(1) 1 is true and 2 is false

(2) 1 is false and 2 is true

(3) Both are true

(4) Both are false

17. Setting of Laminscate transition curve is done with:

(1) Perpendicular offsets

(2) Radial offsets

(3) Deflection angles

(4) Polar deflection angles

18. A row of rivets parallel to the direction of force is called:

(1) Pitch

(2) Gauge distance

(3) Gauge

(4) Edge line

19. Which of the followings is measured in a CBR test on soils:

(1) Flow value

(2) Shear strength

(3) Tensile strength

(4) Compressive strength

20. Match 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 these

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(1) 1/2 depth

(2) 1/2 breadth

(3) 1/2 × depth × breadth

(4) 1/2(depth and breadth)

2. In the theory of bending, the assumptions that plane sections before bending will remain plane after bending is made to ensure that: (1) Strain is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(2) Stress is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(3) Moment is proportional to the distance from the neutral axis

(4) Strain is zero across the cross-section

3. Match 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 these

4. A line joining some fixed stations on main survey lines is:

(1) Check line

(2) Base line

(3) Tie line

(4) Cross line

5. A hydraulic jump in a controlled water will be formed above the control, if its original:

(1) Depth is more than critical depth (2) Depth is less than critical depth

(3) Depth is equal to critical depth

(4) None of these

6. Bearings 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 4

7. In roof trusses, the most frequently used section is:

(1) Two-angle sections placed back to back

(2) Two-channel sections placed back to back

(3) Two channel sections placed wide apart

(4) Four-angle sections

8. Which of the following instruments is used for spot speed measurement of a vehicle?

(1) Microscope

(2) Enoscope

(3) Stethoscope

(4) Stereoscope

9. In singly reinforced beams, steel reinforcement is provided in:

(1) Tensile zone

(2) Compressive zone

(3) Neutral zone

(4) Both tensile and compressive zone

10. A foundation consisting of thick R.C.C. slab covering the entire area of the bottom of structure is known as: (1) Pile foundation

(2) Pier foundation

(3) Raft foundation

(4) Machine foundation

11. 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 reinforcement

12. A 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 separately

13. In which of the following, kerosene oil is used for its preparation?

(1) Emulsion

(2) Slow curing cutback

(3) Medium curing cutback

(4) Rapid curing cutback

14. A 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 these

15. A 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

16. Consider, during compaction:

1. A constant value of air voids is reached at optimum water content and hence the density is maximum at that water content

2. The air voids increase due to any further increase of water content and hence the density decreases there after Of these statement

(1) 1 is true and 2 is false

(2) 1 is false and 2 is true

(3) Both are true

(4) Both are false

17. Setting of Laminscate transition curve is done with:

(1) Perpendicular offsets

(2) Radial offsets

(3) Deflection angles

(4) Polar deflection angles

18. A row of rivets parallel to the direction of force is called:

(1) Pitch

(2) Gauge distance

(3) Gauge

(4) Edge line

19. Which of the followings is measured in a CBR test on soils:

(1) Flow value

(2) Shear strength

(3) Tensile strength

(4) Compressive strength

20. Match 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 these

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