Building Construction MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

101. At 28 days of curing concrete attains a strength of

  1. 20 to 25%
  2. 60 to 70%
  3. 65 to 80%
  4. 90 to 95%

102. As per IS :1172-1963, water required per head per day for average domestic purposes is

  1. 20litres
  2. 50 litres
  3. 135 litres
  4. 80litres

103. According to the Indian Standard recommendations, a water requirement of how many litres per head per day is assumed for residential buildings.

  1. 50 litres
  2. 115 litres
  3. 135 litres
  4. 160 litres

104. A............roller is a multi purpose roller which is used for various purposes and for practically all type of roads.

  1. Smooth wheeled
  2. Pneumatic
  3. Rubber tyred
  4. Dead weight

105. A.............usually parallel to the plot boundaries and laid down in each case by the Authority, beyond which nothing can be constructed towards the site boundaries.

  1. Building line
  2. Control line
  3. Property line
  4. Plot line

106. A.............is very useful equipment and it can be used for construction work like to clear the site of work, to make the land level, etc.

  1. Scraper
  2. Grader
  3. Excavator
  4. Bulldozer

107. A...............can be used on wet ground and in all conditions of weather.

  1. Grader
  2. Scraper
  3. Escalator
  4. Bulldozer

108. A square pit, known as................with side as about 1.50 m, is excavated upto a depth at which sufficiently hard soil is available.

  1. Test pits
  2. Probing
  3. Test piles
  4. Deep boring

109. A city supply includes

  1. Domestic water demand
  2. Industrial and commercial water demands
  3. Demand for public uses and fire
  4. All the above

110. A building that does not have symmetry & plan, elevation, geometry mass on load is called

  1. irregular building
  2. regular building
  3. None of these
  4. All of these
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