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2nd March 2017 Part 1 (in Hindi)
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This lesson contains Building Material questions asked in SSC JE 2017 exam, which was held at 2 March 2017 in Morning.

Seraj Uddin in civil engineering| Cracked BCECE 2012|GATE 2017| owner YouTube channel:- The Master Saheb Teaching is my passion|

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this will be very helpful mam inoted down all the names of boooks
Taruna Sharma
9 months ago
That's grt...Best Wishes to you...
  1. SSC JE (2016-17) Set-2 Exam held at 2nd March 2017. Morning Building Material questions By Serai uddin Please Rate and comment Share and give your feedback

  2. The standard size of brick as per Indian standards is 1) 20cm x 10cm 10cm 2) 23 cm x 12 cm x 8 cm 3) 19 cm x9 cm x 9 cm 4) 18 cm x 9 cm x 9 cm

  3. The quick lime as it comes from kiln is called 1) Milk lime 2) hydraulic lime 3) Lump lime 4) Hydrated lime How does the seasoning of timber help? A. It increases the weight of timber B. It improves the strength properties of timber

  4. ductility value of bitumen is 1) Equal to that of tar 2) More than that of tar 3) Less than that of tatr 4) None of these The penetration test on bitumen is used for determining its 1) Grade 2) Ductility 3) Viscosity 4) None of these

  5. Quartzite is a 1) Sandy rock 2) Siliceous rock 3) Organic rock 4) Calcareous rock

  6. Plaster of Paris can be obtained from the calcination of 1) Lime stone 2) Gypsum 3) Dolomite 4) Bauxite A brick masonry could fail due to 1) Rupture along a vertical joint in poorly bonded walls 2) Shearing along a horizontal plane 3) Crushing due to overloading 4) Any of these

  7. Which of the following statements is correct? 1) Excess of alumina in the clay makes the brick brittle and weak. 2) Excess of alumina in the ciay aEs the brick crack and warp on drying. 3) Excess of alumina in the clay leaves high power deposit on the brick. 4) Excess of alumina in the clay improves impermeability and durability of the brick. The compressive strength of 100 mm cube as compared to 150 mm cube is always 1) less 2) more 3) equal 4) None of these

  8. The partial factor of safety for concrete as per IS 456-2000 1) 1.5 2) 1.15 3) 0.87 4) 0.466 Approximate ratio of the strength of the cement concrete of 7 days to that of 28 days is 1) 0.56 2) 0.85 3) 1 4) 1.15

  9. Durability of concrete is proportional to 1) sand content 2) water-cement ratio 3) aggregate ratio 4) cement-aggregate ratio

  10. Low temperature during concrete laying 1) increases strength 2) decreases strength 3) has no effect on strength 4) depends on other factors Water cement ratio is generally expressed in volume of water required per 1) 10 kg 2) 20 kg 3) 30 kg 4) 50 kg

  11. The test most suitable for concrete of very low workability is 1) Slum test 2) Compaction factor test 3) Vee-Bee test 4) All optons are correct