Civil Engineering MCQ

1. Which of the following methods of structural analysis is a force method?
(A) Slope deflection method.
(B) Column analogy method.
(C) Moment distribution method.
(D) None of the above. 

2. The construction joints in buildings are provided after
(A) 10 m.
(B) 15 m.
(C) 20 m.
(D) 40 m.

3. The pile which supports the load due to friction between pile face and surrounding soil, is generally known as
(A) Bearing pile.
(B) Friction pile.
(C) Sheet pile.
(D) Battered pile. 

4. In a mortar, the binding material in
(A) cement.
(B) sand.
(C) surkhi.
(D) cinder.

5. Thickness of a pavement may be reduced considerably by
(A) compaction of soil.
(B) stabilisation of soil.
(C) drainage of soil.
(D) combination of all the above.

6. Which of the following has maximum tensile strength?
(A) White cast iron.
(B) Grey cast iron.
(C) Pig iron.
(D) Nodular cast iron.

7. The first watering before sowing the crop, is known as
(A) kor watering.
(B) paleo.
(C) delta.
(D) none of these. 

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