# The center to center spacing of vertical stirrups, in a rectangular beam, is

1.  Increased towards the center of the span of the beam

2.  Decreased towards the center of the span of the beam.

3.  Increased at the ends.

4.  None of these

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Increased towards the center of the span of the beam

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# Adiabatic compression is one in which

1.  Temperature during compression remains constant

2.  No heat leaves or enters the compressor cylinder during compression

3.  Temperature rise follows a linear relationship

4.  The work done is maximum.

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No heat leaves or enters the compressor cylinder during compression

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# A stirrups consists of……………. diameter mild steel bars bent round the tensile reinforcement

1.  1 to 5mm

2.  5 to 12mm

3.  12 to 18mm

4.  All the above

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5 to 12mm

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# According to IS: 456-1978, the spacing of stirrups shall not exceed a distance ……the level arm of the resisting moment.

1.  Equal to

2.  Two times

3.  Three times

4.  All the above

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Equal to

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# The torsion resisting capacity of a given reinforced concrete section.

1.  Decreases with decrease in stirrups spacing.

2.  Decreases with increase in longitudinal bars.

3.  Does not depend upon stirrups and longitudinal steels.

4.  Increases with increase in stirrups and longitudinal steels.

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Increases with increase in stirrups and longitudinal steels.

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# When the steel bars are embedded in concrete. The concrete after setting adheres to the surface of the bars and thus resist any force that tends to pull or push this road. The intensity of this adhesive force is called.

1.  Bond stress

2.  Shear stress

3.  Compressive stress

4.   All of these

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Bond stress

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# The longitudinal shearing stresses acting on the surface between the steel and concrete are called.

1.  Bond stress

2.  Tensile stresses

3.  Compressive stresses

4.  None of these

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Compressive stresses

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# The capacity of a compressor is 5m/mih, 5 m/min refers to

1.  Standard air

2.  Free air

3.  Compressed air

4.  Compressed air at delivery pressure

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Compressed air

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# As per IS : 456-1978, the permissible value of bond – stress for M15 grade of concrete is:-

1.  0.5 N/mm2

2.  1 N/mm2

3.  1.5 N/mm2

4.  2 N/mm2

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1 N/mm2

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# If the bond stress developed in a reinforced concrete beam is more than permissible value, it can be brought down by.

1.  Increasing the depth of beam

2.  Increasing the number of bars.

3.  Decreasing the diameter of the bars

4.  All of these

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