Design of Concrete Structures Mcqs

Q.  A higher modular ratio shows____________?

a. higher compressive strength of con-crete
b. lower compressive strength of concrete
c. higher tensile strength of steel
d. lower tensile strength of steel


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MCQs:  If nominal shear stress tv exceeds the design shear strength of concrete xc, the nominal shear reinforcement as per IS : 456-1978 shall be provided for carrying a shear stress equal to__________________?
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MCQs:  For a reinforced concrete section, the shape of shear stress diagram is_______________?
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MCQs:  The main reinforcement in the heel of a T-shaped R.C. retaining wall is provided on______________?
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MCQs:  In counterfort retaining walls, the main reinforcement in the stem at support is_______________?
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MCQs:  In a counterfort retaining wall, the main reinforcement in the stem at mid span is provided on_______________?
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MCQs:  A T-shaped retaining wall mainly conssits of_________________?
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MCQs:  To minimise the effect of differential settlement, the area of a footing should be designed for______________?
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MCQs:  In a pile of length /, the points of suspension from ends for lifting it are located at______________?
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MCQs:  While designing the pile as a column, the end conditions are nearly_______________?
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MCQs:  The critical section for finding maximum bending moment for footing under masonry wall is located_______________?
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MCQs:  If the foundations of all the columns of a structure are designed on the total live and dead load basis, then_________________?
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MCQs:  During erection, the pile of length / is supported by a crane at a distance of________________?
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MCQs:  According to ISI recommendations, the maximum depth of stress block for balanced section of a beam of effective depth d is__________________?
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MCQs:  The centroid of compressive force, from the extreme compression fiber, in limit state design lies at a distance of__________________?
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MCQs:  The load factors for live load and dead load are taken respectively as_________________?
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MCQs:  According to Whitney’s theory, ultimate strain of concrete is assumed to be_____________?
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MCQs:  Assertion A : The load factor for live load is greater than that for dead load. Reason R : The live loads are more uncertain than dead loads? Select your answer based on the coding system given below :
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MCQs:  The design yield stress of steel according to IS: 456-1978 is_______________?
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MCQs:  According to Whitney’s theory, depth of stress block for a balanced section of a concrete beam is limited to_______________?
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MCQs:  As per Whitney’s theory, the maximum moment of resistance of the balanced section of a beam of width b and effective depth d is given by_______________?
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