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Theory of Structures Gate & PSU MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
If the slab is permanently exposed to the ground, minimum concrete cover is ______ clear.
80 mm
75 mm
70 mm
65 mm
2.
A beam resisting on simple supports at both ends which are free to rotate and have no moment resistance
Fixed end beam
Deformation of a beam
Cantilever beam
Simple beam
3.
Walls that provide large strength and stiffness to building in the direction of their orientation
Retaining wall
Bearing wall
Shear wall
4.
Carries earthquake loads down to the foundation
Retaining wall
Bearing wall
Shear wall
5.
Usually expressed in terms of its deflection from its original unloaded position
Fixed end beam
Deformation of a beam
Cantilever beam
Simple beam
6.
The free-body diagram of any joint is a concurrent force system in which the summation of moment will be of no help.
Effective length of column
Method of joints
Method of sections
7.
A wall designed to resist the lateral forces parallel to the place of the wall
Retaining wall
Bearing wall
Shear wall
8.
Opposite of the Pratt truss
Fink truss
Howe truss
Warren truss
K truss
9.
The underlying structure forming the foundation of a building or other structures
Base
Footing
Substructure
Frame
10.
A type of slab supported directly by concrete columns without the use of beams
One way slab
Two way slab
Flat slab
Waffle slab
11.
The distance between points of zero moment when the column is deflected in its fundamental elastic buckling mode
Effective length of column
Method of joints
Method of sections
12.
A tension member used to limit the deflection of a girt or purlin in the direction of its weak axis or to limit the sag in angle bracing
Purlins
Sagrod
Rafter
13.
A bending moment that produces moment that produces a convex curvature at a section of a structure
Positive moment
Negative moment
Positive shear
Negative shear
14.
Parallel to the longer side
Main bars
Temperature bars
15.
Thickness of slab should not be less than?
70 mm
75 mm
80 mm
85 mm
16.
A type of truss that includes vertical members and diagonals that slope up towards the center
Fink truss
Howe truss
Pratt truss
K truss
17.
A projecting beam supported at only one end fixed
Fixed end beam
Deformation of a beam
Cantilever beam
Simple beam
18.
Parallel to the shorter side
Main bars
Temperature bars
19.
The use of ___________ in flat slabs increase the shear strength of slab and reduce the moment in the slab by reducing the clear or effective span
Column heads
Drop panels
20.
A graphic representation of the variation in magnitude of the external shears present in a structure
Shear diagram
Moment diagram
Positive shear
Negative shear
21.
Spacing of temperature bars should not be greater than?
500 mm
475 mm
450 mm
425 mm
22.
Part of any wall entirely above the roof line
Bearing wall
Exterior wall
Interior wall
Parapet wall
23.
A slight convex curvature intentionally built into beam, girder, or truss to compensate for an anticipated deflection
Inflection point
Camber of beam
Deformation of beam
Moment of beam
24.
One of a series of sloped structural members (beams) that extend from the ridge or hip to the wall plate
Purlins
Sagrod
Rafter
25.
Spacing of main bars should not be greater than?
500 mm
450 mm
400 mm
550 mm
26.
Supported by beams in all four sides
One way slab
Two way slab
Flat slab
Waffle slab
27.
In this method, we cut the truss into two sections by passing a cutting plane through the members whose internal forces we wish to determine.
Effective length of column
Method of joints
Method of sections
28.
A type of slab that are either one-way or two-way system
One way slab
Two way slab
Flat slab
Waffle slab
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