# A two way slab:

1.  May be simply supported on the four edges, with comers not held down and carrying uniformly distributed load.

2.  May be simply supported on the four edge , with corners held down and carrying uniformly distributed load.

3.  May have edges fixed or continuous and carrying uniformly distributed load.

4.  All the above.

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All the above.

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# A slab simply supported on the four edges, with corners not held down and carrying uniformly distributed load, is used in

1.  Singly storeyed buildings.

2.  Double storeyed buildings.

3.  Multi storeyed buildings

4.  All the above

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Singly storeyed buildings.

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# The reinforcement in the short span is placed……………..the reinforcement in the long span.

1.  Below

2.  Above

3.  Middle

4.  None of these

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Below

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# The maximum bending moment and deflection for two way slab is much………than that of a one ways lad.

1.  Greater

2.  Smaller

3.  Equal

4.  All of these

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Smaller

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# Ratio of compression is the ratio of

1.  Gauge discharge pressure to the gauge intake pressure

2.  Absolute discharge pressure to the ab-solute intake pressure

3.  Pressures at discharge and suction corresponding to same temperature

4.  Stroke volume and clearance volume

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Absolute discharge pressure to the ab-solute intake pressure

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# If the sides of a slab simply supported on its edges and spanning in two ways are equal, then the maximum bending moment is multiplied by.

1.  0.25

2.  0.50

3.  0.75

4.  0.85

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0.50

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# A reinforcing slab, build monolithically with the supporting columns and is reinforced in two or more directions, without any provision of beams is called a:

1.  Two way slab

2.  Flat slab

3.  Continuous slab

4.  One way slab

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Flat slab

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# In a simply supported slab, alternate bars are curtailed at

1.  1/4th of the span

2.  1/5th of the span

3.  1/6th of the span

4.  1/7th of the span

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1/7th of the span

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# The floor slab of a building is supported on reinforced cement floor beams. The ratio of the end and intermediate span is kept is:

1.  0.7

2.  0.8

3.  0.9

4.  0.6

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0.9

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# The effective span of a simply supported slab is

1.  Distance between the centers of the bearings

2.  Clear distance between the inner faces of the walls plus twice he thickness of the slab.

3.  Cleat spa plus effective depth of the slab.

4.  All the above

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