Design of Prestressed Concrete Part 2Please enter your mail id before submitting to get the correct answers on your mail.1. High strength concrete is used for pre-stressed concrete because of lesser prestress loss High tensile strength Low creep Low brittleness2. Hoyer system is not suitable for pre-tensioned members. True False3. In limit-state of design of prestressed concrete, which of the following strain distribution is assumed? linear Bilinear Curve parabolic none of above4. TO manufacture concrete sleepers, which of the following method is used? Post-tensioning Pre-tensioning Partial pre-stressing none of the above5. Which of the following systems are used as anchorage for post-tensioning? Freyssinet system Magnel Blaton system Gifford-Udall system Lee-McCall system All of the above6. Ultimate moment capacity of pre-stressed concrete beam depends on Amount of tensioning Losses in prestressing Eccentricity of cable All of the above7. Loss of prestress in concrete due to shrinkage does not depend on Modulus of elasticity of concrete Modulus of elasticity of steel Shrinkage in concrete none of above8. Under self-weight, a balanced prestressed crossection is subjected to axial stress bending stress axail and shear stress shear stress9. Stress at the bottom edge of a simply supported beam corresponding to the cracking moment is called modulus of rupture modulus of elasticity characteristic compressive strength utimate tensile strength10. When the resultant compression is located within a kern zone of a section, tensile stress at bottom fiber <= 0 >0 > compressive stress at top fiber none of aboveBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!Please enter your mail id to get the correct answers on your mail. (We don't misuse or display your mail id to anyone) Name Email Time is Up!