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Heat Transfer Operations
1000 Construction Building Materials
A wall may be defined as that component of a building, whose width is _________ times its thickness.
Which of the following types of walls is constructed to divide the space within the building?
a) Curtain wall
b) Party wall
c) Partition wall
d) Cavity wall
___________ has presented the results of structural analysis based on calculated masonry method in the form of nomograms.
a) British Code CP. 3
b) Concrete Association of India
c) British Code CP. 11
d) National Building Code of India (SP: 7-2005
Which of the following reasons is not a type of mortar?
a) Lime mortar
b) Lemon mortar
c) Cement-lime mortar
d) Cement mortar
Cavity walls are usually the inner walls of the building.
Which of the following is necessary to tie back the scaffolding with the building at suitable levels?
Which of the following is provided on the horizontal shores when one building is higher than the other?
a) Flying shore
b) Pile Underpinning
c) Pit Underpinning
d) Raking shore
Which of the following term in the buildings is used to mean the coming out of water from components like walls and floors of the buildings?
a) Water proofing
c) Termite proofing
d) Damp proofing
Which of the following is a mixture of cement, sand, pebbles or crushed rock and water, which, when placed in the skeleton of forms and are allowed to cure, becomes hard like a stone?
a) Cement mortar
b) Cement grouting
c) Cement concrete
d) Cement slurry
For ordinary building works, the ___________ is formed and the concrete is conveyed in pans from hand to hand.
b) Conveyor belt
d) Human ladder
A window should be located on which of the following side of a room as seen from the point of view of fresh air?
Which of the following is a non combustible building material with low coefficient of expansion?
b) Asbestos cement
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