Building Construction Technology Online MCQ Test – Paper-3

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  • Total number of questions: 50
  • Time allotted: 35 minutes
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1. The stretcher bond in brick masonry can be used only when the wall is of:

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2. The flash set of Portland cement is:

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3. The bulk density of an aggregate does not depend upon:

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4. A horizontal mortar joint on which masonry units are laid is called:

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5. The bond in which all courses are laid as stretcher is known as:

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6. The D.P.C. should be:

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7. The roof used in factories is called:

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8. The intensity of pressure below the floating foundation is:

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9. With the rise in the temperature of atmospheric air, the setting time of cement:

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10. The type of aggregate of the same nominal size, which contains fewer voids when compacted, is:

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11. In the case of the foundation on black cotton soil, the most suitable method to improve the bearing capacity of soil is:

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12. A through stone should be provided in a stone masonry at a distance not exceeding:

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13. The vertical member provided at the top and bottom ends of a flight supporting the handrail is:

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14. The approximate ratio of strength of cement concrete at 3 months to that at 28 days of curing is:

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15. The approximate ratio of strength of cement concrete at 1 year to that at 28 days of curing is:

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16. The least bearing capacity of soil is that of:

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17. Concrete is generally reinforced by bars made of:

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18. Bearing capacity of soil cannot be improved by:

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19. Los Angeles machine is used to test the aggregate for:

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20. Slump test is a measure of:

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21. Flooring preferred for a dancing hall is:

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22. Grading of sand causes great variation in:

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23. Water-cement ratio is:

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24. Sedimentation analysis is based on the assumption:

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25. The types of plaster generally used for the ceiling is:

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26. While designing an air-entrained concrete:

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27. The main purpose of a cavity wall is:

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28. Maximum permissible unit of magnesia concentration in ordinary Portland cement is:

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29. Slump used for beam & slab for RCC:

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30. The bearing capacity of a soil depends on:

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31. Width of wall footing (according to thumb's rule) is: (where t = thickness of the wall)

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32. In horizontal D.P.C., the thickness of cement concrete (1:2:4) is kept:

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33. The bond filled with 4 bats and 1Γüä2 closer with the regular header and stretcher is known as:

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34. The flash set of ordinary Portland cement paste is:

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35. 'Curing' as used in concrete and cement plaster is a process that helps these gain:

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36. Gypsum is added for:

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37. If sea water is used for preparing concrete:

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38. The thickness of rebate is normally kept:

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39. Separation of water, sand, and cement slurry from freshly mixed concrete is known as:

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40. The foundation used on weaker soil is:

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41. Curing is the process of:

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42. When D.P.C. is to be laid over large areas, the material preferred is:

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43. Expansion Joint in a building is generally provided if the length of concrete exceeds:

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44. The expansion of Portland cement is indicated by its soundness. It can be tested by:

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45. The risk of segregation is more for:

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46. The final operation of finishing floors is known as:

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47. In Nepal, the generally used method of bond in masonry wall of brickwork is:

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48. The ratio of various ingredients (cement: sand: aggregates) in concrete of grade M20 is:

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49. The bulking of aggregates is due to:

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50. A cut in the frame of a door to receive the shutter is known as:

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