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Name : Dr.

N K Arora
1 If the minimum dimension of element to be cast in PCC is 75mm, the B2
maximum size of aggregate can be
A 20mm B 10mm
C 25mm D 40mm
2 As per IS 456:2000 designation, concrete having characteristic strength B1
varying from M25 to M55 is known as
A Ordinary concrete B Standard concrete
C Nominal concrete D Normal concrete
3 Tensile strength of concrete is given as B2
A 5000 fck B 0.7 fck
C 0.7 x fck D 0.1 x fck
4 The medium degree of workability is defined as A1
A 50 100mm slump B 25 75mm slump
C 100 150mm slump D 150 200mm slump
5 In self compacted concrete, slump will be, B2
A 150 200 mm slump B Collapse slump
C Flowing slump D Shear slump
6 A building is within the tidal zone of sea, the environmental exposure D2
condition to be assumed in concrete mix design shall be,
A Bad B Moderate
C Very bad D Extreme
7 In internal columns of a closed building situated near sea shore, A3
A 300 B 340
C 320 D 360
8 Maximum W/C ratio for RCC work is B3
A 0.45 B 0.50
C 0.55 D 0.60
9 Minimum cement content for mild environment using 10mm size C3
aggregate, shall be ....................... kg per cubic meter of concrete
A 300 B 320
C 340 D 360
10 In a designed mix, the quantity of concrete ingredient is defined in B1
terms of ................
A Cement by weight but B Weight
aggregates by volume
C Volume D Either of weight or volume can
be taken
11 As per IS 456:2000, in case of nominal mix, proportioning of B3
ingredients is based on
A Volume B Weight
C density D Specific gravity
12 As per IS 456:2000, in case of nominal mix, water cement ratio varies D4
A 0.38 to 0.60 B 0.45 to 0.75
C 0.50 to 1.0 D 0.6 to 1.2
13 In design mix of concrete, if sand is wet, correction is made for B2
A Increase in volume due to B Access quantity of water in
bulking of sand sand
C Both (A) and (B) D Either of (A) or (B)
14 Side formwork of beam can be removed after B2
A 72 hrs B 16 24 hrs
C 24 48 Hrs D 7 days
15 In slabs, distance between negative and positive reinforcement near C3
support is maintained by inserting
A Spacer bars B Cover blocks
C Chair bars D Hooks
16 Moist curing of concrete in case of concrete made by OPC and PPC B2
shall be ........... days and .............. days respectively
A 7,14 B 10,14
C 7,10 D 14,28
17 Number of samples of concrete test specimen prescribed by IS B1
456:2000 depends on
A Grade of concrete B Quantity of concrete
C Placement method of D None of the above
18 The test result of individual concrete specimen should not vary more C1
A5% B 10 %
C 15 % D 20 %
19 In case of doubt of concrete quality, flexural members are tested by D2
................ loading
A DL + LL B 1.5 x (DL + LL)
C DL + 1.5 LL D DL + 1.25LL
20 In case of core test, the average strength of core should be ............. of B 1
cube strength
A Atleast 50% B Atleast 85%
C Atleast 100% D Atleast 1.5 times
21 In load test of flexural members, observation are made for B2
A Deflection only B Deflection and elastic recovery
C Cracks only D Deflection and cracks
22 In case of ultrasonic pulse velocity test, we get B1
A Equivalent compressive B Qualitative results
strength in MPa
C Both (A) and (B) D Neither (A) nor (B)
23 Snow loads are accounted in design as per C1
A IS 875 (Part I) B IS 875 (Part III)
C IS 875 (Part IV) D IS 875 (Part V)
24 While determining stability of structure under overturning, the restoring C 1
moment should not be less than overturning moments provided by
A 1.5 (DL + LL) B 1.2 ( DL + LL)
C 1.2 DL + 1.4 LL D DL + LL
25 Fire resistance of RC structural element depends upon D1
A Member size B Concrete Cover
C Type of aggregates D All of the above
26 Effective span of end span of a continuous beam supported on walls is B 2
A Clear span + effective B Clear span + 1/2 effective depth
C Clear span + support width D Center to center distance
27 The transformed moment of inertia of RC section depends on D4
A Amount of steel B Grade of concrete
C Grade of steel D All of the above
28 To get maximum design negative bending moment in a multispan C4
continuous beam, live load arrangement shall be
A Alternate spans loaded B Spans randomly loaded
C Two adjacent span loaded D Cannot be predicted
29 Moment and shear in a continuous beam can be determined by B2
coefficient method given in IS 456:2000, provided there are minimum
........... spans and span length does not vary more than .............. %
A 2, 10 B 3, 15
C 4, 20 D 5, 25
30 Critical section for beam hanged between two suspender columns shall C3
A At distance d from B At distance d/2 from support
support face face
C At face of support D At distance d from center of
31 Redistribution of moments represents A3
A Plastic analysis B Elastic analysis
C Homogeneous material D Isotropic material analysis
32 A continuous beam supports a monolithic slab at top. The effective C4
flange width at support section shall be
A Less than beam width B More than beam width
C Equal to beam width D Insufficient data
33 Deflection of beam is usually limited to D2
A Span / 350 B 20mm
C (A) Or (B) whichever is D (A) Or (B) whichever is less
34 Basic value of span to depth ratio for limit of deflection for a simply B4
supported beam having span 20m shall be
A7 B 10
C 20 D 26
35 A cantilever will be laterally stable if total length between free end and C2
lateral support is
A less than 25 times width B B less than 100 B2/D
C Lesser of (A) and (B) D Less than 60 times width B
36 In calculation of span to depth ratio for two way slab, span shall be A1
A Shorter span B Longer span
C Average span D Diagonal distance
37 Two way slabs can be analyzed using D3
A Pigauds theory B Westergaurds theory
C Johnsons yield line theory D All of the above
38 A compression is called pedestal if its effective length is less than B1
.......... times its least lateral dimension
A2 B3
C4 D5
39 In a building, distance between floor level and soffit of flat slab roof is A3
5m and between floor level and bottom of capital is 4m. The
unsupported length of column shall be
A 4m B 4.5m
C 5m D 2m
40 A column 300 x 600 is considered to be fixed at top and bottom and has B4
unsupported length 15m. The minimum eccentricity to be considered in
design of column shall be
A 20mm B 40mm
C 30mm D 50mm
41 Development length of reinforcement depends on D1
A Diameter of bar B Strength of concrete
C Yield stress of steel D All of the above
42 Bond stress of concrete .................. when steel is embedded in C1
compression zone
A Reduces B Remains unchanged
C Increases D Has no relation with location
43 Anchoring is done by hooks normally in case of C1
A HYSD bars B Prestressing steel
C Plain mild steel bars D TMT bars
44 Actual curtailment beyond theoretical cut off point shall be .................. C1
or ................. times the diameter whichever is more.
A Effective depth, 16 B 0.75 times effective depth, 16
C Effective depth, 12 D 0.75 times effective depth, 16
45 Minimum spacing between the bars is governed by D2
A Diameter of bars B Nominal size of aggregate
C Size of vibrator needle to D All of the above
be used
46 Maximum horizontal distance between temperature and shrinkage D3
reinforcement in a slab is limited to minimum of
A 3 d or 300mm B 3d or 450mm
C 5d or 300mm D 5d or 450mm
47 For footing , minimum cover thickness is prescribed as B1
A 40mm B 50mm
C 75mm D 100mm
48 Concrete cover in a beam with one hour fire rating and moderate C2
environmental condition shall be
A 20mm B 25mm
C 30mm D 40mm
49 Area of tension reinforcement in beam is limited to ................ of cross C1
A 0.8% B 2.5%
C 4% D 4.5%
50 In a T beam side face reinforcement shall be D2
A 1 % of cross sectional area B 0.1 % of cross sectional area
C 0.1 % of flange area D 0.1 % of web area
51 Maximum spacing of stirrups of given area and legs in a beam depends C3
A Amount of compression B Strength of concrete
C Cross sectional D All of the above
dimensions B and D
52 Torsion reinforcement is provided in form of B1
A Development length B Stirrups
C Minimum reinforcement D Side face reinforcement
53 Minimum amount of HYSD bar reinforcement in slab shall be B1
.................. of cross section
A 0.15 % B 0.12%
C 0.25 % D 0.08%
54 Maximum diameter of bars which can be used in a slab of 100mm B2
thickness is
A 10mm B 12mm
C 16mm D 20mm
55 Minimum number of steel bars in a circular column shall be C1
A4 B5
C6 D8
56 Spacing of longitudinal bars along the periphery of a concrete column is C 1
limited to
A 75mm B 10 times diameter
C 300mm D Effective depth of column
57 Nominal HYSD reinforcement in a pedestal shall not be ................. its D 1
cross section
A More than 0.12% B Less than 0.12%
C More than 0.15% D Less than 0.15%
58 Pitch of ties in a column for seismic zone II shall be equal to D1
A Least lateral dimension B 16 times diameter of smallest
longitudinal bar
C 300mm D All of the above
59 Diameter of lateral ties should not be less than C1
A times diameter of largest B times diameter of largest
longitudinal bar longitudinal bar
C times diameter of D times diameter of smallest
smallest longitudinal bar longitudinal bar
60 The expansion joints are provided after every ............... length of D1
A 30m vertical B 30m vertical
C 30m horizontal D 45m horizontal
61 A beam is called a deep beam if it L/D ratio is ................ in simply A2
supported condition and .............. in continuous beam structure
A 2, 2.5 B 2, 2
C 2.5, 2 D 1.5, 2.5
62 In case of flat slab, thickness of slab is increased around the column is B 1
known as
A Column strip B Drop panel
C Column head D None of the above
63 Minimum thickness of flat slab should be C1
A 75mm B 100mm
C 125mm D 150mm
64 The design of flat slab is carried out based on C2
A Grid analysis B Johnsons theory
C Equivalent grid method D Equivalent frame method
65 Punching shear strength of concrete in Limit state method is taken as B1
A 0.7fck B 0.25fck
C 0.16fck D 5000fck
66 The effective height to thickness ratio of RC wall is limited to D2
A6 B 20
C 26 D 30
67 The span of stair having going length 3m, and landing 1.2m and 0.8m C 3
0n either side shall be
A 5.0m B 4.2m
C 4.8m D 3.8m
68 Edge thickness of a rectangular footing resting on soil will not be less B 1
A 100mm B 150mm
C 200mm D 300mm
69 In IS 456, limit state of durability of concrete structure is accounted in C 4
terms of
A Strength of concrete B Deflection
C Crack width D IS 456 does not account
durability of structure
70 The surface crack width in general should not exceed, D2
A 1mm B 2mm
C 0.5mm D 0.3mm
71 Llimit state of serviceability for DL + LL condition is checked for B4
A 1.5 (DL + LL) B Working loads
C 1.2 (DL + LL) D 0.9 (DL + LL)
72 The factor 0.67 introduced in concrete strength is to account C3
A Variation in concrete B Variation in type of steel in RC
strength structure
C Size effect D Partial safety factor
73 The failure in case of limit state of collapse is defined in terms of B2
A Failure stress B Failure strain
C Failure load D All of the above
74 The idealized stress - strain curve for concrete adopted by IS 456 shows B 3
constant strength equal to fck after reaching ultimate. The practical stress
strain graph shows
A Similar pattern B Drooping curve after ultimate
C Rising curve after ultimate D Uncertain behaviour
75 The maximum compressive strain in combined axial compression and D 2
bending case is given as,
A 0.0035 B 0.002
C 0.002 + 0.87fy/Es D 0.002 + 0.75 strain of most
compressed fiber
76 A column is design as axial member if the minimum eccentricity is B1
................ than ................ times lateral dimension.
A More, 0.1 B Less, 0.05
C More, 0.05 D Less, 0.1
77 Maximum allowable shear stress in concrete depends on, C2
A Amount of reinforcement B Grade of reinforcement
C Grade of concrete D All of the above
78 Shear strength of concrete in case of solid slab depends on D1
A Concrete grade B Percentage of reinforcement
C Overall depth of slab D All of the above
79 Equivalent shear force in case of combined shear and torsion, depends B 1
A Depth of section B Width of section
C Length of element D All of the above
80 Shear reinforcement for torsion shall be in form of A2
A Two legged stirrup only B Stirrups with two or more legs
C Additional longitudinal D Helical reinforcement only
81 Equivalent bending moment to applied torsional moment depends on A 1
A Overall depth to breadth B Effective depth to breadth ratio
C Breadth only D Depth only
82 In a two way solid slab, moments in longer direction and shorter B1
direction are given as ........................... respectively using coefficient
A xw lx2 and yw ly2 B xw lx2 and yw lx2
C xw lx2 and xw ly2 D xw ly2 and xw ly2
83 The width of middle strip of solid slab in RC is B1
A of span length B of span length
C 1/8 of span length D of span length
84 An over - reinforced beam fails by C1
A Yielding of steel B Crushing of steel
C Crushing of concrete D None of the above
85 If a flanged beam, if neutral axis lies in flange, it will be designed as C2
........... section
A Flanged section B Rectangular section having
width equal to web
C Rectangular section having D Web section
width equal to flange
86 In case of prestressed concrete higher grade of concrete is required D2
because of
A High bearing stresses B High compressive stresses
C High bursting stresses D All of the above
87 Ultimate strength of commercially available prestressing tendons is C1
about ..............
A 250 MPa to 500MPa B 500MPa to 1200 MPa
C 1200 MPa to 2000 MPa D 2000 MPa to 3000 MPa
88 Minimum grade of concrete in prestressing is C1
A M20 B M30
C M35 D M50
89 In prestressed concrete element, high strength steel is required due to C1
A Longer span structures B High strength concrete
C Heavy prestress losses D Low tensile strength of concrete
90 Pre tensioning is usually adopted for B1
A Cast in situ construction B Pre cast construction
C Any type of construction D Composite construction
91 In prestressed concrete member, tension is B1
A Permitted under working B Not permitted under working
load condition load condition
C Permitted limited to tensile D Permitted limited to rupture
strength under working modulus under working load
load condition condition
92 Best tendon profile to account applied load is B1
A Shape of shear force B Shape of bending moment
diagram diagram
C Shape of axial force D Shape of torsional moment
diagram diagram
93 Frictional losses during tensioning of prestressed concrete is accounted D1
A Length effect B Curvature effect
C Anchorage slip D Both (A) and (B)
94 In post tensioning, shrinkage strain is C2
A 3 x 10-4 B Dependent on concrete grade
C Varies with age of concrete D Dependent on steel grade
at transfer
95 The loss of prestress in pre tension concrete due to shrinkage is B4
A 60 MPa B 63 MPa
C 100 MPa D 200 MPa
96 The loss of prestress in a prestressed concrete member usually varies C 2
A 2 to 5% B 6 to 12%
C 12 to 20% D 20 to 25%
97 In case of continuous prestressed beam, the cable is placed as D2
A Parabolic B Straight
C Eccentric straight D Concordant
98 In case of multistage prestressing, first stage prestressing is usually B1
A Prestressing force B Self weight
C Live load D Vehicular load
99 Additional steel meshes are provided behind the anchor block of a C1
prestressed beam to account
A Compressive stress B Bearing stress
C Bursting stress D Flexural stress
100 The moment resisting capacity in an RC element is controlled by A4
varying ..................... and in prestressed section it is controlled by
varying ......................
A Reinforcement, Lever arm B Concrete strength,
C Reinforcement, concrete D Stirrups spacing, Lever arm
101 The ratio of compressive strength of concrete to the tensile strength is B 1
A5 B 10
C 15 D 20
102 To which one of the following mixes by volume would M 25 grade of A 1
concrete approximate,
A 1:1:2 B 1 : 1.5 : 3
C 1:2:4 D 1:2:6
103 In working stress, the factor of safety applied to the stress in concrete B1
is usually about,
A2 B 3
C 4 D5
104 The partial factor of safety for concrete as per IS: 456 2000 is, A1
A 1.50 B 1.15
C 0.87 D 0.446
105 In reality, most of the connections in concrete structures are. D1
A Simple B Rigid
C Hinged D Partially restrained
106 For dynamic load it is better to use, A1
A Steel structure B RC structure
C Prestressed structure D Any one of above
107 The four span continuous beam ABCD is to be analysed for moment C2
due to DL and LL. The span moment will be maximum when LL is
placed on spans.
A AB, BC and CD B AB and BC
C AB and CD D BC and CD
108 In a reinforced concrete section, if the area of the tension steel is more A 3
than that required for a balanced section and there is no compression
steel, the moment of the section as compared to that of balanced
A Will remain the same B Will be less
C Will be more D Depends on other factors
109 Normally maximum value of span / depth ratio for simply supported D1
beams is taken as,
A 10 B 12
C 15 D 20
110 Increased depth of a beam leads to, D2
A Economy in steel B Reduction in deflection
C Increased stiffness of the D All of the above
111 Effective length of column fixed at one ends and hinged at the other as D 2
per IS : 456 shall be,
A 0.65 L B 2.0 L
C 1.0 L D 0.85 L
112 Which of the following slab is built monolithically with the supporting B 1
columns and is reinforced in two or more directions, without any
provision of beams?
A Grid slab B Flat slab
C Two way slab D Circular slab
113 The total residual shrinkage strain for pre-tensioned members is, A1
-4 -5
A3 10 B 3 10
C 3 10 D 3 10-8
114 In which case the maximum value of span / depth ratio would be least, B 2
A Simply supported slabs B Simply supported slabs
spanning in one direction spanning in two direction
C Continuous slabs spanning D Cantilever slab
in one direction
115 An axially loaded column is of 300 300 mm size. Unsupported C1
length of column is 3 m. what is the minimum eccentricity of the axial
load for the column?
A0 B 10 mm
C 16 mm D 20 mm
116 In a RCC beam of carrying shear force and bending moment will have B 2
side face reinforcement if the overall depth D exceedis
A 450mm B 750mm
C 300mm D 500mm
117 In case of pre-tensioned beams, the preferred steel is D1
A Fe 250 B Fe415
C Fe500 D None of the above
118 Generally plastic hinges occur at, D2
A At the points of maximum B At the connection involving
moment change in geometry
C Under the concentrated D At all of above
119 A concrete beam of rectangular c/s of 100 mm 100 mm is D3
prestressed with a force 100kN at eccentricity 10 mm. The maximum
compressive stress in the concrete is,
A 10 MPa B 6 MPa
C 12 MPa D 16 MPa
120 In case of cube testing of concrete, the strength of individual cube C1
should not vary more than .. of average strength
A 5% B 10%
C 15% D 20%
121 The approximate ratio of the permissible stress at the time of jacking A1
to the ultimate stress of high tensile steel in prestressed concrete is
closer to,
A 0.8 B 0.33
C 0.6 D 0.5
122 Section is known as partial collapse when, no. of plastic hinges are B1
than degree of redundancy of the structure plus 1.
A< B >
C = D None of above
123 Why are normal cement normally called "Portland" Cement B1

A It was named after the B It is the name of a type of

inventor limestone in England
C In the olden days, it was D It contains portlands as part
used for ports of its ingredients
124 Who are considered as having developed and use the predecessor of B1
Modern concrete
A Egypt B Romans
C Greek D Indian
125 The reaction of cement with -------- is called hydration A1
A Water B aggregate
C gypsum D Pozzolana
126 Reaction products after hydration is called B1
A Oxide compounds B Gel
127 Particle size of an aggregate particle is determined by: B2
A Scale B Sieves
C Thickness gauge D Length gauge
128 Concrete making can be compared to which of the below: C1
A Knitting B Exercising
C Baking D Bolting
129 One bag of cement weighs ------- kgs B1
A 35 B 50
C 100 D 70
130 One micron is ---------- mm B1
A 0.00001 B 0.001
C 1000 D 0.000001
131 One ton production of cement produces about . ton of Co2 B2
A 0.1 B 1
C 10 D 12
132 Which of the below hardens quickly when exposed to water D2
A Lime B Silica
C Alumina D Gypsum
133 The first law of concrete known as: C2
A Hookes law B Newtons law
C Abrams law D Law of workability
134 Which is the most desirable property of concrete: B1
A Laitance B Hydration
C Bleeding D Honeycombing
135 Which of the apparatus is used to determine the soundness of cement C1
A Vicats apparatus B Briquette apparatus
C Le-Chatliers apparatus D Cubes
136 The expansion of cement takes place due to presence of which of the A2
A Free Lime B Fresh Lime
C Coarse aggregates D Sand
137 Slump test is a measure of which of the following: B2
A Durability B Consistency
C Strength D Mouldability
138 Workability of concrete is inversely proportional to: C2
A w/c ratio B Size of the aggregate
C Time of transit D Amount of superplasticizer
139 Separation of ingredients from concrete during transportation is called: C 1
A Bleeding B Creep
C Segregation D Laitance
140 When the aggregates are of single size fraction, the grading is termed D2
A Continuous graded B Gap graded
C Well Graded D Uniformly graded
141 Which grade of concrete is also represented as mix with volume A1
proportion 1:2:4
A M15 B M10
C M25 D M30
142 By what percentage the strength of concrete shall get reduced due to A2
the presence of 5% voids
A 30% B 45%
C 25% D 5%
143 Increase in quantity of C3S will convert the ordinary cement to which C 1
of the below:
A High strength cement B Low heat cement
C Rapid hardening cement D Slow setting cement
144 Which of the ingredients below has the least specific gravity C3
A Coarse aggregates B Sand
C Water D Cement
145 Sieve analysis of Portland cement is performed on IS sieve No: B2
A No: 1 B No: 9
C No: 5 D No. 6
146 Heat of hydration is determined by an apparatus called: C1
A Hydrometer B Pyconometer
C Calorimeter D Hydratometer
147 In terms of oxide composition, the maximum percentage of ingredient A 2
in cement is that of:
A Lime B Silica
C Alumina D Gypsum
148 Who developed the first Portland cement by burning limestone and B3
clay at high temperatures:
A Newton B Aspdin
C Duff Abram D Le - Chatellier
149 Which of the below is not the property of Cement: B2
A Consistency B Workability
C Soundness D Setting
150 Green concrete can also be referred to as which of the concrete B1
A Hardened concrete B Eco-friendly concrete
C Few hours old concrete D Concrete of green colour
151 What is the volume of 1 bag of cement: B2
A 50 litres B 35 litres
C 25 litres D 100 litres
152 What is Cast-in-Place Concrete? C2

A Refers to concrete already B Concrete is casted in one

casted in its place in the location only
C Concrete is poured D One continuous pour without
directly into where it any construction
forms the structure
153 Which shapes of aggregates produce the best workability in concrete? A 2
A Spherical & Cubicle B Needle-shaped (Angular)
C Prismatic D Flat

154 Water Reducing Admixture are often used in concrete for: D2

(a) Reducing water requirement (b) Plasticizing (c) Lowering the
amount of Cement without affecting strength and workability
A (a) & (c) B (a) & (b)

C Only (b) D
(a), (b) & (c)
155 Controlling of which content in Clinker produces White Cement? B2
A Alumina (Al2O3) B Iron Oxide (Fe2O3)
C Magnesia (MgO) D Silica

156 In Carbon Cast Precast Concrete, C-GRID carbon-fibre-epoxy grid C2

replaces what concrete reinforcement?
A Steel strand B Rebar
C Mild steel mesh D Stone
157 How can you make concrete set faster? B2
A Adding Alcohol B Adding Calcium Chloride
C Adding Sugars D Adding extra cement

158 How can you make concrete set slower? C2

A Adding Alcohol B Adding Calcium Chloride

C D Adding water
Adding Sugars
159 Who pioneered the development of Reinforced Concrete? B3
A John Smeaton B Francois Coignet

C Hennebique D James Parker

160 Which country pioneered the development of Self-compacting D2

Concrete (SCC)?
A United States B England
C Germany D Japan

161 Quenched & Tempered Rebars are also known as: A3

A TMT Bars B TOR Steel Bars
C D High carbon steel bars
162 What does Dormancy Period of Concrete means? B3
A Time period till the first B Time period that concrete
crack develops in the retains its workability
hardened concrete
C Time period between D Final setting time
appearance of first crack
and final failure
163 Whats the main concern about adding waste glass as ingredient into D2
A Reduces Workability B Excessive expansion of
concrete sections leading to
severe cracking
C Increased Creep D Reduced strength
164 How do mineral admixtures (Silica Fume, Slag, Fly Ash) help B2
increasing Concrete strength?
A Reducing cement content B By making concrete
microstructure denser
C By reducing workability D By increasing Fluidity

165 What mode of failure is observed with Concrete? B2

A B Quasi-Brittle Failure
Brittle Failure
C Ductile Failure D Malleable failure
166 Which admixture is added to concrete to improve its ability to resist D3
freezing and thawing of concrete?
A Retarding admixtures B Accelerating admixtures
C Super plasticizers D Air-entraining admixtures
167 Kelly Ball Penetration Test is carried out for: A2
A Consistency & B Hardness of set concrete
Workability of fresh
C Brittleness of set concrete D Durability of set concrete
168 The correct characteristics of fly ash concrete is C3
A High Energy Demand B High Heat of Hydration
C Low early-age D None of the above
compressive strength
169 What would be the impact on rate of creep in Concrete under the effect C 2
of constant stress.
A Remains constant with B Increases with time
C Reduces with time D Independent of time