Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Civil Engineering 2014 Part 1 Multiple Choice Questions

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Civil Engineering 2014 Part 1 Multiple Choice Questions

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1. For a saturated cohesive soil, a triaxial test yields the angle of internal friction as zero. the conducted test is
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Modulus of elasticity of concrete is calculated (as per IS456) by

3. Two air pollution control devices that are used to remove very fine particles from gas are
4. The possible location of shear centre of the channel section shown below is

Channel
5. A conventional flow duration curve is a plot between
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A steel section is subjected to a combination of shear and bending action. The applied shear force is V and shear capacity of the section is Vs. For such a section, high shear force (as per IS 800-2007) is defined as

7. In reservoir with an uncontrolled spillway the peak of the plotted outflow hydrograph
8. The dimension for kinematic viscosity is


9. Capture is equal to
10. The following statements are related to temperature stress developed in concrete pavement slab with four edge (without any restrain)

P : The temperature stress will be zero during both day and night time if the pavement slab is considered weight less.
Q. : The temperature stress will be compressive at the bottom of the slab during night time if the self weight of the pavement slab is considered.
R : The temperature stress will be compressive at the bottom of the slab during day time if the self weight of the pavement slab is considered.

The true statement(s) is(are)

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Target GATE 2016

Target GATE 2016

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Civil Engineering 2016 Part 1 Multiple Choice Questions

Section 2: Structural Engineering
Engineering Mechanics: System of forces, free-body diagrams, equilibrium equations; Internal forces in structures; Friction and its applications; Kinematics of point mass and rigid body; Centre of mass; Euler’s equations of motion; Impulse-momentum; Energy methods; Principles of virtual work.
Solid Mechanics: Bending moment and shear force in statically determinate beams; Simple stress and strain relationships; Theories of failures; Simple bending theory, flexural and shear stresses, shear centre; Uniform torsion, buckling of column, combined and direct bending stresses.
Structural Analysis: Statically determinate and indeterminate structures by force/ energy methods; Method of superposition; Analysis of trusses, arches, beams, cables and frames; Displacement methods: Slope deflection and moment distribution methods; Influence lines; Stiffness and flexibility methods of structural analysis.
Construction Materials and Management: Construction Materials: Structural steel – composition, material properties and behaviour; Concrete – constituents, mix design, short-term and long-term properties; Bricks and mortar; Timber; Bitumen. Construction Management: Types of construction projects; Tendering and construction contracts; Rate analysis and standard specifications; Cost estimation; Project planning and network analysis – PERT and CPM.

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