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# Miscellaneous - 2

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Topicwise Question Bank for GATE Civil Engineering | Miscellaneous - 2

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Diagonal tension in a beam

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The basic assumption of plane sections normal to the neutral axis before bending, remaining plane and normal to the neutral axis after bending, leads to

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The modulus of rupture of concrete gives

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Modulus of rupture as obtained by performing flexure test on concrete gives the theoretical maximum tensile stress on concrete specimen.

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The characteristic strength of concrete is defined as that compressive strength below which not more than

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Consider the following statements:
1. Maximum strain in concrete at the outermost compression fibre is taken to be 0.0035 in bending.
2. The maximum compressive strain in concrete in axial compression is taken as 0.002.
Keeping the provisions of IS : 456-2000 on limit state design in mind, which of the following is true?

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To determine the modulus of rupture, the size of test specimen used is

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The modulus of rupture test employs a 150 x 150 x 700 mm Plain concrete beam. The beam is simply supported and subjected to third-points loading until failure. Assuming a linear stress distribution across the cross-section, the theoretical maximum tensile stress reached in the extreme fibre is termed the modulus of rupture (fcr). It is obtained by applying the flexure formula,
fcr = M/Z
Modulus of rupture is given by, QUESTION: 10

For walls, columns and vertical faces of all structural members, the form work is generally removed after

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