Loads on Bridges Please enter your mail id before submitting to get the correct answers on your mail.1. Which of the following loads is not a Permanent load?Dead LoadPrestress loadsCreep and Shrinkage effectsBraking Load2. True or False? "Transient loads are defined as loads and forces that are varying over a short time interval. A transient load is any load that will not remain on the bridge indefinitely."TrueFalse3. Which of the following effects are considered in the camber calculation of road bridges design? Creep effects Prestress Dead Load Live Load4. Unit weight of reinforced concrete is considered as ________ kN/m3.24-2520-2218-2022-235. Which of the following loads is not a time-dependent load?Dead LoadCreepShrinkagePrestress6. Typical load intensity of pedestrian load is considered as _____ kN/m2.5102157. For simply supported bridges, effects of differential settlement of piers can be ignored.TrueFalse8. Dynamic load allowance may be ignored for buried structural components.TrueFalse9. "Effects of differential settlement intensifies as span reduces." True or False?TrueFalse10. Which of the following loads is not a transient load?Earth PressureCentrifugal forceLive LoadCollision forceBe 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!