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This lesson contains questions of Building Material in SSC JE 2017 exam, which was held at 3 March 2017 in Morning.

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sir veo ykku Malayalam undo?
Akhil A S
a year ago
Not conformed
Mr
turpentine oil is used in paint as-?
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Thinner
Mr
thanks u sir
Mr
the rock generally used for roofing is -?
Mr
sir R Agor give different answer of these question
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
R agor and gupta me bhut answer wrong hai.
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Ankh band k answer pe believe nhi karna hai. Check ker lena hai. Ok
Mr
thanks u sir ji and sir suggest m new book
Mr
sir pls give correct answer for this question - quick setting cement is produce by adding -?
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Aluminium sulphate
Mr
the timber having maximum resistance against white ant is obtained by-?
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Teak
  1. SSC JE(2016-17) Set-3 Exam held at 3rd March 2017. Morning Building Material questions By Serai uddin Please Rate and comment Share and give your feedback


  2. Which of the following is the reason for the decrease in the use of stones as building material? 1) Steel and R.C.C. are less bulky and more durable 2) strength of stones cannot be rationally analysed 3) stones are not conveniently available in plain:s 4) All options are correct The solidification of molten magma when it reaches the surface of earth results in the formation of 1) sedimentary rocks 2) metamorphic rocks 3) basalts and traps 4) granite


  3. The argillaceous rocks have their principal constituents as 1) lime 2) clay 3) sand 4r None of these ly, one part is called: 1) king closer 2) cornice brick 3) queen closer 4) voussoir


  4. The red colour obtained by the bricks is due to the presence of 1) lime 2) silica 3) manganese 4) iron oxide Which constituent of the cement, upon addition of water, sets and hardens first? 1) tri-calcium silicate 2) tri-calcium aluminate 3) di-calcium silicate 4) free lime


  5. The aggregate is called fine aggregate if it is completely retained on 1) 0.15 mm sieve 2) 0.30 mm sieve 3) 4.75 mm sieve 4) None of these The solution of salts from the soil absorbed by the trees which becomes a viscous solution due to loss of moisture and action of carbon dioxide is known 1) pith 2) cambium 3) bark 4)sap


  6. Shingle is 1) water bound pebbles 2) disintegrated laterite 3) crushed granite 4) None of these


  7. Good quality sand is never obtained from which of the following source? 1) riverbed 2) nala 3) sea 4) gravel powder


  8. For quality control of Portland cement, the test essentially done is 1) setting time 2) soundness 3) tensile strength 4) All options are correct of water is If 1500 g of water is required to have 1875 g cement paste of normal consistency, the percentage 1) 20% 2) 25% 3) 30% 4) 35%


  9. Ginen (veil remeut paste - 137sa us water -37 Soo


  10. Under normal conditions using ordinary cement, the period of removal of the form work, is 1) 7 days for beam soffits 2) 14 days for bottom slabs of spans 4.6 m and more 3) 21 days for bottom beams over 6 m spans 4) All options are correct For given water content, workability decreases if the concrete aggregates contain an excess of 1) thin particles 2) flat particles 3) elongated particles 4) All options are correct


  11. The mixture of different ingredients of cement, is burnt a 1) 1000 C 2) 1200 C 3) 1400 C 4) 1600 C The risk of segregation is more for:- 1) wetter mix 2) larger proportion of maximum size aggregate 3) coarser grading 4) All options are correct


  12. Hydration of cement is due to chemical action of water with 1 Tricalcium silicate and dicalcium silicate 2) Dicalcium silicate and tricalcium aluminate 3) Tricalcium aluminate and tricalcium alumino ferrite 4) All options are correct To obtain cement dry powder, lime stones and shales or their slurry, is burnt in a rotary kiln at a temperature between 1) 1100 and 1200 c 2 1200 and 1300 C 3) 1300 and 1400'C 4)1400 and 1500 OC