Quiz: Civil Engineering
Exam: THDC-Junior Engineer Trainee
Each question carries 1 mark
Negative marking: 1/4 mark
Time: 10 Minutes
Q1. In a horizontal rectangular channel, the conjugate depths of flow before and after the hydraulic jump are observed as 0.25 m and 1.25 m, the energy loss due to jump will be:-
(a) 0.80 m
(b) 1.00 m
(c) 1.25 m
(d) 1.50 m
Q2. The load carrying capacity of a helically reinforced column as compared to that of a tied column is about:
(a) 5% more
(b) 5% less
(c) 10% more
(d) 10% less
Q3. The aggregate containing moisture in pores and having its surface dry is known as _.
(a) Moist aggregates
(b) Very dry aggregates
(c) Dry aggregates
(d) Saturated surface dry aggregate
Q4. In an adjusted level when the bubble is central, the axis of the bubble tube becomes parallel to _.
(a) Line of sight
(b) Line of collimation
(c) Axis of the telescope
(d) None of the these
Q5. A soil sample has liquid limit = 45%, plastic limit of 25%, shrinkage limit = 15% for natural water content of 30%, the consistency Index for the sample is:
Q6. In the facultative pond systems, the aerobic zone may get extended downwards due to
(a) Calm waters along with weak sunlight
(b) Mixing by wind action along with weak sunlight
(c) Mixing by wind action along with penetration by sunlight
(d) Calm waters along with penetration by sunlight
Q7. The ability of a material to absorb energy till the breaking or rupture takes place is known as
Q8. Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem in structural analysis
(a) is true for any structure obeying hook’s law
(b) can be applied to the rotations caused by flexure, shear or torsion
(c) is useful in analyzing indeterminate structure
(d) all of these
Q9. A vehicle has a wheel base of 5.5 m. What is the off-tracking while negotiating a curved path with a mean radius 30 m?
Q10. Which of the following is one of the methods of analysis prescribed in the code for steel structures?
(a) Hinge Analysis
(b) Limit Analysis
(c) Roller Analysis
(d) Dynamic Analysis
Sol. Given,y_2=1.25 m. & y_1=0.25 m.
The loss of energy ∆E is given by –
∆E=(y_2-y_1 )^3/(4y_1 y_2 )=(1.25-0.25)^3/(4×1.25×0.25) = 0.80 m.
Sol. The load carrying capacity of a helically reinforced column is 5% more than tied column. In a circular column, the helical reinforcement is generally provided as transverse reinforcement.
Sol. Depending upon the amount of moisture content in aggregates, it can exist in any of the 4 conditions.
● Very dry aggregate (having no moisture)
● Dry aggregate (contain some moisture in its pores)
● Saturated surface dry aggregate (pores completely filled with moisture but no moisture on surface)
● Moist or wet aggregates (pores are filled with moisture and also having moisture on surface)
Sol. In an adjusted level when the bubble is central, the axis of the bubble tube becomes parallel to line of sight.
Consistency index (I_C)= (w_L-w_n)/(w_L-w_P )
Sol. Aerobic conditions are maintained in the upper portions of the facultative pond by oxygen generated by algae and to lesser extent by penetration of atmospheric oxygen. Mixing by wind action and penetration by sunlight may extend the aerobic area downward.
Sol. Toughness is the ability of material to absorb energy till breaking or rupture Point. It is also defined as total strain energy up to fracture.
Sol. Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem in structural analysis is true for any structure obeying Hook’s law and is useful in analyzing indeterminate structure and can be applied to the rotations caused by flexure, shear or torsion.
Sol. Given, length of wheel base (l) = 5.5 m
Radius (R) = 30 m.
Off tracking = ?
Off Tracting =l^2/2R
Sol. Code suggests the use of any of the following methods for steel structures:
→ Elastic analysis
→ Plastic analysis
→ Dynamic analysis
→ Advanced analysis.