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1. A. school of design established in Germany called "BAUHAUS" founded by


A. A. Walter Gropius
B. B.Peter Behrens
C. C. Auguste Perret
D. D. Louis Khan
2. Art noveau is known as International Style, in Germany it is known as
A. A. Ecole des Beaux
B. B. Liberty
C. C. Chateaux
D. D. Judgendsstil
3. 1. What is a method of analyzing indeterminate modular building frames by
assuming hinges at the center of beam spans and column heights?
A. C. fee body diagram method
B. D. portal method
C. A. cantilever method
D. B. moment distribution method
4. 1. Two M.S. plates are to be welded by end butt joint by a partial penetration
groove weld. The thickness of the plates are 16mm. What is the minimum effective
throat thickness of the weld?
A. A. . 6.0 mm
B. B. . 9.0 mm
C. C. 7.5 mm
D. D. 12.0mm
5. 1. How is a camber treated in a steel truss 25 meters or longer?
A. A. Camber shall be approximately equal to 1% of the span.
B. B. Camber shall be approximately equal to the dead load deflection.
C. C. • C. Camber shall be approximately equal to 0.8% of the span plus 1/3 the
dead load deflection.
D. D. Camber shall be approximately equal to 0.5% of the span plus 1/3 the live
load deflection.
6. 1. Which of the following criterion is not applicable for plug and slot welds?
A. A. The thickness of plug or slot welds in material 16mm or less in thickness
shall be equal to the thickness of the material.
B. B.The minimum center to center spacing in a longitudinal direction of any line
shall be 2 times the length of the slot.
C. C. . The thickness of plug or slot welds in material over 16mm in thickness
shall be at least 1/2 the thickness of the material but not less than 16mm.
D. D.The width of the slot shall not be less than the thickness of the parts
containing it plus 10mm nor 2 1/4 times the thickness of the weld.
7. 1. What is a round, steel bolt embedded in concrete or masonry used to hold down
masonry, steel columns, or beam casting, shock beam plates and engine heads?
A. A.retaining bolts

B. B. foundation bolts
C. C. anchor bolts
D. D. friction bolts
8. 1. What are piles placed at an inclination to resist forces that are not critical?
A. A. guide piles
B. B.batter piles
C. C.slope piles
D. D. fender piles
9. 1. What is a material other than water, aggregate or hydraulic cement, used as an
ingredient of concrete and added to concrete before or during its mixture to modify
its properties?
A. A. admixture
B. B.steam
C. C.plasticizer
D. D. retarder
10. 1. What is a concrete beam placed directly on the ground to provide foundation
for the superstructure?
A. A. trap beam
B. B. gerber beam
C. C. grade beam
D. D. tie beam
11. 1. What is the act of excavating or filling of earth or any sound material or
combination thereof, in preparation for a finishing surface such as paving?
A. A. cut and fill
B. B. grading
C. C. site preparation
D. D. benching
12. What are piles placed at an inclination to resist forces that are not critical?
A. A. guide piles
B. B. batter piles
C. C. slope piles
D. D. fender piles
13. Which of the following criterion precludes good construction practice for conduits
and pipes embedded in concrete?
A. A. Conduits and pipes embedded in slab, the wall or beam shall not be larger in
outside dimension than 1/3 the overall thickness of slab, wall or beam in which
they are embedded.
B. B. Reinforcement with an area not less than 0.002 times the area of cross
section shall be provided normal to piping.
C. C. Conduit and pipes, with their fittings, embedded within a column, shall not
displace more than 5% of the area of the cross section on which strength is
calculated.
D. D. Concrete cover for pipes, conduits and fittings, shall not be less than 40mm
for concrete exposed to earth or weather.
14. What is the minimum requirement for development of at least 1/3 of the total
reinforcement provided for negative moment reinforcement, as an embedded
length beyond the point of inflection?
A. A. Not less than the effective length of member of 12 db, or 1/16 of the clear
span, whichever is greater.
B. B. L/3 + d or 24 db, or 1/12th the clear span, whichever is greater
C. C. Not less than 1.5d or 14db, or 1/12th the clear span, whichever is greater
D. D. L/4 + d or 12 db, or 1/12th the clear span, whichever is greater
15. As a seismic requirement for flexural members where hoops are required, how are
the remaining portions of a beam treated with transverse reinforcement as
minimum requirement other than those required with hoops?
A. A. Where hoops are not required, stirrups shall be spaced at no more than d/2
throughout the length of the member.
B. B. Where hoops are not required, cross ties shall be spaced at no more than d/3
throughout the length of the member.
C. C. Where hoops are not required, hoops shall continue except that spacing shall
not be more than d/2.
D. D. Where hoops are not required, closed stirrups shall be spaced at no more
than d/4 throughout the length of the member.
16. What is the minimum inside diameter of a standard hook for stirrups and ties for a
16m bar and smaller in diameter?
A. A. 8 db
B. B. 6 db
C. C. 4 db
D. D. 10 db
17. What is the weight of 34 mmØ (32mmØ – 1 1/4 inØ) steel bar 9 meters long?
A. A. 40.636 kilograms
B. B. 51.388 kilograms
C. C. 54.488 kilograms
D. D. 56.865 kilograms
18. What is the minimum concrete cover for primary reinforcement of beams and
columns not exposed to earth or weather for precast concrete manufactured under
plant control conditions?
A. A. db but not less than 25mm.
B. B. db but not less than 15mm and need not exceed 40mm.
C. C. db but not less than 20mm and need not exceed 50mm.
D. D. db but not less than 30mm.
19. The tendency of most materials to move or deform over time under a constant
load. The amount of movement varies enormously depending upon the material.
The area that is highly stressed will move the most. The movement causes stresses
to be redistributed.
A. A. . creep
B. B. deflection
C. C. buckling
D. D. fatigue
E. E. overload
20. Accounted for in concrete design using reduced modulus of elasticity is
A. A. the effect of creep on deflections due to sustained loadings
B. B. the effect of cracks on the tension side
C. C. the effect of yield line patterns on members
D. D. the effect of stirrup reinforcement on axial loads
21. In computing for the slenderness ratio of steel compression members, what takes
into account the effect of the degree of restraint at the top and bottom supports?
A. A. K-factors
B. B. Radius of gyration
C. C. Length
D. D. Cross-sectional area
22. The strength reduction factor for the design strength of a member with axial
tension and axial tension with flexure is as follows:
A. A. 0.70
B. B. 0.90
C. C. 0.80
D. D. 0.75