# The breadth of the flange of a T-beam is

1.  1/3rd of the effective span of the T-beam

2.  Twelve times of the depth of slab plus breadth of rib.

3.  Centre to center distance between the adjacent beam.

4.  Least of (a), (b) or (c)

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Least of (a), (b) or (c)

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# In a T-beam, the breadth of the rib is equal to the

1.  Total thickness of the slab, including cover

2.  Width of the portion of the beam in the compression zone

3.  Width of the portion of the beam in the compression zone

4.  All the above.

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Width of the portion of the beam in the compression zone

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# The thickness of flange in a T-beam is taken equal to the total thickness of the slab, including cover.

1.  True

2.  False

3.  Not known

4.  None of these

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True

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# Slab forms the compression flange of the T-beam

1.  Yes

2.  No

3.  Not known

4.  None of these

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Yes

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# The breadth of rib in a T-beam should at least be equal to……………..the depth of rib

1.  One –half

2.  One –third

3.  One-fourth

4.  One –sixth

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One –third

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# In a T-beam, the vertical distance between the bottom of the flange and the center of the tensile reinforcement is

2.  Thickness of flange

4.  Depth of rib

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Depth of rib

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# The effective depth of a T-beam is the distance between the

1.  Centre of the flange and the top of the tensile reinforcement

2.  Top of the flange and the center of the tensile reinforcement

3.  Bottom of the flange and the center of the tensile reinforcement

4.  Centre of the flange and the bottom center of the tensile reinforcement

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Top of the flange and the center of the tensile reinforcement

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# The neutral axis in a T-beam section falls

1.  Within the flange

2.  Outside the flange

3.  Either (a) or (b)

4.   All the above

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Either (a) or (b)

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# Isothermal compression efficiency, even when running at high speed, can be approached by using

1.  Multi-stage compression

2.  Cold water spray

3.  Both (a) and (b) above

4.  Fully insulating the cylinder

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Both (a) and (b) above

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1.  1

2.  1.2

3.  1.3

4.  1.4

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