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1. In brick masonry the bond produced by laying alternate headers and stretchers in each course is known d)c bonded joint
as 113. Number of vertical joints in ›
 course is x times the number of joints in
a)c English bond the header course, where x is ›to
Y c Y
Y  › c  
c)c zigzag bond b)c 1
d)c single flemish bond c c
2.The stretcher bond in brick masonry can be used only when the thickness of wall is d)c 1/4
› c  114. Asc compared to stretcher course, thethickness of joints in header course should
b)c 180 mm be
c)c 190 mm a)c 


d)c 280 mm b)c more
3.The pressure acting on the stones in stone masonry construction should be c)c equal
a)c along the direction of bedding planes d)c equal or more
b)c at 45° to the direction of bedding planes 115. As compared to English bond, double flemish bond is
c)c at 60° to the direction of bedding planes a)c stronger
d)c OO  ›    Y O› 
¦ b)c more compact
4. Which of the following should be used for hearting of thicker walls ? c)c costly
› c ›
 d)c none of the above ‡
b)c stretchers
c)c brick bats
d)c queen closer The differential settlement in case of foundations on sandv soils should not exceed
a)c 25 mm ‡
5. A queen closer is a b)c 40 mm
a)c brick laid with its length parallel to the face or direction of wall c)c 65 mm
b)c brick laid with its breadth parallel to the face or direction of wall d)c 100 mm
c)c brick having the same length and depth as the other bricks but half the breadth¦
118. In case of foundations on black cotton soils, the most suitable method to increase the bearing capacity of
d)c Y    ›   ›  ›   ›  
soils is to
6. Minimum thickness of wall where single flemish bond can be used is a)c increase the depth of foundation
a)c half brick thick b)c drain the soil
b)c one brick thick c)c compact the soil
c)c  › › ›Y 
  d)c replace the poor soil ‡
d)c two bricks thick 119. The type of footing which is used to transmit heavy loads through steel columns is
The most important tool in brick laying for lifting and spreading mortar and for a)c raft foundation
forming joints is b)c grillage foundation"
a)c  c)c well foundation
b)c square d)c isolated footing
c)c bolster 120. The maximum total settlement for isolated foundations on clayey soils should be
d)c scutch limited to
Expansion Joints in masonry walls are provided in wall lengths greater than a)c 25 mm
a)c 10m b)c 40 mm
b)c 20 m c)c 65 mm ‡
c)c 30 m d)c 100 mm
 c  121. The type of pile which is driven at an inclination to resist inclined forces is
109. The type of bond provided in brick masonry for carrying heavy loads is known as
a)c single flemish bond a)c friction pile
b)c double flemish bond b)c sheet pile
 c  
Y  c)c batter pile >
d)c zigzag bond d)c anchor pile
110. A mortar joint in masonry which is normal to the face of wail is known as 122. The minimum depth of foundation in clayey soils is
a)c bed joint a)c 0.5 m
b)c wall joint b)c 0.7 m
c)c 

  c)c 0.9 m¦


d)c 1.2 m 129. The lintels are preferred to arches because
123. The maximum total settlement for raft foundation on clayey soils should be a)c arches require more headroom to span the openings like doors, windows etc.
limited to b)c arches require strong abutments to withstand arch thrust
a)c 25 mm c)c arches are difficult in construction
b)c 25 to 40 mm d)c all of the above..
c)c 40 to 65 mm 130. The type of joint commonly used at the
d)c 65 to 100 mm ' junction of a principal rafter and tie beam
in timber trussess is
a)c mortise and tennon joint
b)c oblique mortise and tennon joint¦
124. The bearing capacity of a water logged soil can be improved by c)c butt joint
a)c compacting the soil d)c mitred joint
b)c draining the soil ‡
c)c increasing the depth of foundation 133. The type of roof suitable in plains where rainfall is meagre and temperature is high
d)c grouting is
a) pitched and sloping roof
125. The type of flooring suitable for use in churches, theatres, public libraries and
b) flat roof ‡
other places where noiseless floor covering is desired is
a)c cork flooring » ^) shell roof
b)c glass flooring d) none of the above
c)c wooden flooring 134.
d)c linoleum flooring Pitched and sloping roofs are suitable for
126. The vertical distance between the spring ing line and highest point of the inner a)c coastal regions »
curve of an arch is known as b)c plain regions
a)c intrados c)c covering large areas
b)c rise ‡ d)c all of the above
c)c spandril
The type of roof which slopes in two directions with a break in the slope on each side is known as
d)c extrados
a)c gable roof
127. Depth or height of the arch is the b)c hip roof
a)c perpendicular distance between intrados and extrados > c)c gambrel roof¦
b)c vertical distance between springing line and intrados d)c mansard roof
c)c perpendicular distance between springing line and extrados
Mansard roof is a roof which slopes in
d)c none of the above
a)c two directions without break in the slope on each side
128. The triangular space formed between the extrados and the horizontal line drawn b)c two directions with break in the slope on each side
through the crown of an arch is known as c)c four directions without break in the slope on each side
a)c haunch d)c four directions with break in the slope on each side ‡
b)c spandril » c

c)c voussoirs
d)c ske'wbacks
The function of cleats in a roof truss is d)c railings
a)c to support the common rafter The maximum number of steps in a flight should generally be restricted to
b)c to support purlins a)c 10
c)c to prevent the purlins from tilting , b)c 12¦
d)c all of the above c)c 15
The term string is used for d)c no limit
a)c the underside of a stair The number of steps in a flight generally should not be less than
b)c outer projecting edge of a tread a)c 2
c)c a sloping member which supports the steps in a stair » b)c 3¦
d)c a vertical member between two treads c)c 5
The vertical posts placed at the top and bottom ends of a flight supporting the hand rail are known as d)c no limit
a)c balusters Sum of tread and rise must lie between
b)c newal posts¦ a)c 300 to 350 mm
c)c balustrades b)c 400 to 450 mm»
c)c 500 to 550 mm d)c single shutter window
d)c 600 to 650 mm 158. The designation of frames of doors,
Minimum width of landing should be windows and ventilators shows their
a)c equal to width of stairs »- i) width Ñ ii) height ¦ iii) type u
b)c half the width of stairs The correct order in which they are shown in the designation of frames is
c)c twice the width of stairs a)c *i),*ii),*iii)
d)c one fourth the width of stairs b)c *i),*iii),*ii>
In any good staircase, the maximum and minimum pitch respectively should be c)c *ii),*i),*iii)
a)c 90° and 0" d)c *iii),*i),*ii)
b)c 75° and 30° 159. The minimum number of holdfasts recommended on each side of a door frame and a
c)c 60° and 10° window frame respectively are
d)c 40° and 25° » a)c 2 and 1
151. The height between two floors is 3.00 m b)c 3 and 2¦
and riser is 150 mm. Assuming two flights c)c 2 and 2
between the floors, the number of treads d)c 2 and 3
will be 160. The horizontal projections at head and sill
a)c 18 of a door frame which are embedded into
b)c 19 the side walls for fixing the frame are
c c known as
d)c 21 a)c horns ‡
152. Half turn stairs are the stairs which change b)c holdfasts
their direction through c)c jambs
a)c 90° d)c rebates
b)c 180°.
161. The type of window provided on the
c c
sloping side of a pitched roof is called
d)c 360° a)c dormer window [
153. Doglegged stairs are b)c gable window
a) half turn stairs > c)c lantern
b) quarter turn stairs d)c none of the above
c)c straight stairs
d)c three quarter turn stairs 162. As compared to top rail, the bottom and
154. Nosing is the outer projecting edge of a lock rails in a door frame are normally
a)c riser made
b)c tread» a)c thinner
c)c baluster b)c thicker
d)c landing c)c wider ‡
d)c narrower
155. The lower most horizontal piece of a
shutter is known as 163. The opening left in flat roofs for lighting
a)c style purposes is called
b)c transom a)c lantern ¦
c)c sill b)c dormer window
d)c bottom rail ¦ c)c sky light
156. From the point of view of maximum day d)c gable window
light, the windows in a room should be 164. The suitable door for entrance in an air conditioned building is a
located on a)c revolving door
a)c eastern side b)c louvered door
b)c western side c)c collapsible door
c)c northern side' d)c swinging door ‡
d)c southern side
157. In 10 DS 20, DS refers to
a)c double shutter door
b)c single shutter door .
c)c double shutter window