# In a simply supported reinforced concrete beam, the reinforcement is placed.

1.  Above the neutral axis

2.  Below the neutral axis

3.  At the neutral axis

4.   None of these

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Below the neutral axis

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# In a singly reinforced beam, the effective depth is measured form the compression edge to the

1.  Tensile edge

2.  Centre of tensile reinforcement

3.  Neutral axis of the beam

4.  All of the above

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All of the above

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# The application of elastic theory to the beams is based on the assumption that

1.  At any cross-section, plane sections before bending remain plane after bending

2.  All tensile stresses are taken up by reinforcement alone and none by the concrete.

3.  Steel reinforcement is free from initial stresses when it is embedded in concrete.

4.   All of the above

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At any cross-section, plane sections before bending remain plane after bending

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# In case of a cantilever beam, the tensile zone is D.

1.  Above the neutral axis

2.  Below the neutral axis

3.  At the neutral axis

4.   All the above

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Above the neutral axis

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# The input and output impedances of a voltage follower based on an ideal operational amplifier are:

1.  Infinite and zero, respectively.

2.  Zero and Infinite, respectively.

3.  Both infinite.

4.  Both zero.

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Zero and Infinite, respectively.

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# In a singly reinforced concrete beam, if the load is very small:-

1.  Only concrete will resist tension

2.  Only steel bars will resist tension.

3.  Both concrete & steel will resist tension.

4.  Both concrete & steel will resist compression.

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Both concrete & steel will resist tension.

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# The modular ratio is the ration of

1.  Young’s modulus of steel to the young’s modulus of concrete

2.  Young’s modules of concrete to the young’s modulus of steel

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# In a reinforced concrete column, the cross –sectional area of steel bar is as and that of concrete ia AC; the equivalent area of the section n terms of concrete is equal to.

1.  As+mAc

2.  Ac+mAs

3.  As-mAc

4.  Ac-mAs

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Ac+mAs

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# In a singly reinforced concrete beam, as the load increases.

1.  Only concrete will resist tension

2.  Only steel bars will resist tension.

3.  Both concrete and steel will resist tension.

4.  Both concrete and steel will resist compression.

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Only steel bars will resist tension.

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1.  10 to 15%

2.  15 to 20%

3.  20 to 25%

4.  25 to 30%

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