Concrete Technology And Design Set 1

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This set of Concrete Technology and Design Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Concrete Technology And Design Set 1

Q1 | The temperature reinforcement in the vertical slab of a T-shaped R.C. retaining wall is
Q2 | Bulking of sand is maximum if moisture content is about
Q3 | Diagonal tension in a beam
Q4 | According to IS: 4561978, the column or the strut is the member whose effective length is greaterthan
Q5 | When shear stress exceeds the permissible limit in a slab, then it is reduced by
Q6 | The diameter of ties in a column should be
Q7 | In counterfort retaining walls, the main reinforcement in the stem at support is
Q8 | Due to shrinkage stresses, a simply supported beam having reinforcement only at bottom tends to
Q9 | The purpose of reinforcement in pre-stressed concrete is
Q10 | Select the correct statement
Q11 | Due to circumferential action of the spiral in a spirally reinforced column
Q12 | For concreting of heavily reinforced sections without vibration, the workability of concreteexpressed as compacting factor should be
Q13 | Workability of concrete is directly proportional to
Q14 | Critical section for shear in case of flat slabs is at a distance of
Q15 | For road pavements, the cement generally used, is
Q16 | Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Q17 | For a slab supported on its four edges with corners held down and loaded uniformly, the Marcuscorrection factor to the moments obtained by Grashoff Rankine's theory
Q18 | Addition of pozzolana to ordinary port land cement, causes
Q19 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q20 | For construction of structures in sea water, the cement generally preferred to, is
Q21 | Curing of pavements, floors, roofs and slabs, is done by
Q22 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q23 | The bulk density of aggregates, depends upon
Q24 | In symmetrically reinforced sections, shrinkage stresses in concrete and steel are respectively
Q25 | The main object of compaction of concrete, is: