Please enter your mail id before submitting to get the correct answers on your mail.1. For a fixed beam with span L, having plastic moment capacity of Mp, the ultimate central concentrated load will be 8Mp/L 6Mp/L 4Mp/L Mp/8L2. The values of liquid limit and plasticity index for soils having common geological origin in a restricted locality usually define A zone above A – line A straight line perpendicular to A – line Points may be anywhere in the plasticity chart A straight line parallel A – line3. In reinforced concrete, pedestal is defined as compression member, whose effective length does not exceed its dimension by 16 times 3 times 8 times 12 times4. A steel beam supporting loads from the floor slab as well as from wall is termed as Header beam Spandrel beam Lintel beam Stringer beam5. The problem of lateral buckling can arise only in those steel beams which have None of these Fully supported compression flange Moment of inertial about the bending axis smaller than the other Moment of inertial about the bending axis larger than the other6. The characteristic strength of concrete is defined as that compressive strength below which not more than 10% of results fall None of these 2% of results fall 5% of results fall7. In section, shear centre is a point through which, if the resultant load passes, the section will not be subjected to any Compression Torsion Tension Bending8. Two perpendicular axes x and y of a section are called principal axes when Moments of inertia about the axes are equal (Ix = Iy) Product moment of inertia (Ixy) is zero Moment of inertia about one of the axes is greater than the other Product moments of inertia (Ix x Iy) is zero9. The minimum area of tension reinforcement in a beam shall be greater than 0.85 bd/fy 0.4 bd/y 0.85 fy/bd 0.04 bd10. Maximum strain at the level of compression steel for a rectangular section having effective cover to compression steel as d and neutral axis depth from compression face xu is 0.0035(1-d/xu) 0.002(1-xu/d) 0.002(1-d/xu) 0.0035(1-xu/d)Be 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! 00 General Civil Engineering Questions Part EGeneral Civil Engineering Questions Part C0 CommentsLeave a reply Click here to cancel the replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.