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1 .Q.7 A brick cut lengthwise brick is called a (B) three (C) four (D) six into two pieces so that each piece is half as wide as the full (A) King closer Q. (D) furniture detail (A) age and sex classification of population (8) contour levels in slope analysis (C) land use classification of public and semi-public (D) soil layer classification 0. 20 carry one mark each.6 The degree of freedom of a joint in a plane truss is (A) two 0.3 A woonerf is a (A) pavement pattern (C) speed reducing element QA In urban planning.2 Zones is used to calculate Hazen's-Wllliam's nomogram (A) size of sanitary pipe lines (B) size of water supply pipe lines (C) capacity of overhead water reservoir (D) capacity of water required for fire fighting 0.1 Ramsar list is related to (A) Wetlands (3) Heritage buildings (C) Seismic zones (D) Special Economic 0. cohort refers to (B) sanitation system element.Q.8 (8) Frog (C) Quoin brick (D) Queen closer The strength of concrete increases with (A) increase (8) decrease (C) increase (D) decrease in water cement ratio in water cement ratio of workabi I ity in cement aggregate ratio AR 2/20 S1121F ood/O6-A R-1' B . designed by Moshe Safdie is an example of (A) high rise apartments (8) low rise detached dwell ings (C) organic architecture (D) prefabricated housing 0. Montreal.5 spaces The project Habitat. 0.
ll The term coined by Paolo Soleri that combines ecology with architecture and deals with.17 A building in which the roof is perfectly hemispherical on the inside and a shallow dome on the outside is (A) Hagia Sophia (C) Parthenon (8) Pantheon (D) Gol Gurnbaz Q.1S National Science Centre at Pragati Maidan. the permissible stresses in the material are increased by (A) 10 % (B) 16.9 The point of contra flexure is the point where the (A) shear force changes its sign (C) bending moment changes its sign (B) deflection is zero (D) torque is zero Q. Kanvinde AR 3/20 .33 % (D) SO % Q.IO When wind loads are accounted for in the design of structures.13 LEED is the internationally accepted rating system for (A) Green buildings (C) Intelligent buildings (8) Fire resistant buildings (D) Tall buildings Q.A.15 Su rkhi is obtained by grinding (A) well burnt clay bricks (C) stone aggregate (8) slag from industry (D) rice husk Q. Stein (8) Anant Raje ee) Raj Rewal (D) A.P. habitats mai ntaining an extremely high population density is (A) Archaeology (C) Arcology (B) Proxemics (D) Utopia Q.14 An architect of the Chicago School movement is (A) Richard Boyle (C) Hector Guirnard (B) Louis Sullivan CD) William Morris Q.33 % (C) 33. New Delhi. is designed by CA) l.Q.16 Hemadpanthi (A) Himalaya style of temples belongs to (8) Deccan (C) Orissa (D) Kerala Q.12 A dislocation of continu ity in rock strata as a result of cracking of the earth's crust is called (A) fissure (B) Fault (C) Eluvium (D) Drift Q.
Q. 21 to Q. T in Group I with the elements Group II Q.22 The characteristics P. S·3 (C) P-2. Q. R. T (e) R. 75 carry two marks each. Leon Battista Alberti S. City Beautiful 2. Star-shaped Garbhagriha 2. Q-5.20 Parallel sound rays incident on a convex surface of a fibre-board (A) converge (8) converge and reduce in intensity and increase in intensity (C) disperse and reduce in intensity CD) disperse and increase in intensity Q. S-J (D) P-3. R-5. Pyramidal Roof 4. S-I AR 4/20 . Hoysala S. Q-2. Star-shaped plan 3. Grid iron plan 4. Daniel Burnham in Group 1 with their contributions Group II I. Stepping of Japanese gardens are S. Campidoglio 5. S. S. Q-4. R-2. R-J.21 Match the arehttect-olanners Group I P. R-2. Q. Urushringa s-t (B) P-4. Q-2. Gopuram 3. Q-4. T elements (D) Q. 5-5 in Group II. I. P. R-4. Hippodarnus Q. Q-2. Michelangelo R. R-3. Stone water basins U. Monumental scale (B) P.19 In Islamic architecture. S-l (C) P-4. Miniature symbolic T. the device used for placing a perfect circular dome over a square plan is called a (A) Mehrab (8) Scroll (e) Mastaba CD) Squinch will Q. U stones Q. (A) P-3. S. Peter's Square (8) P-3. R-l. Q-I.Q. Dravidian R. Stone lanterns R. St.23 Match the styles of architecture Group I in Group II. S-4 (D) P-3. Khajuraho Q. Octagonal geometry (A) P. R-2. Himalayan (A) P-I. Q-4. 5-3 Q.
The sense of enclosure experienced by the person is equivalent to the limits of (A) Loss of enclosure (C) Full enclosure (8) Minimal enclosure (D) Threshold of enclosure in Group II. then the contour interval in metres is (A) 6 (B)7 about thermal comfort (C) II (D) 42 in Group 0·25 Match the statements II. S-3 (C) P-S. R-I. Neighbourhood Theory S.28 The plan of a residential with (A) (B) (C) (D) area with small houses on small plots has an urban fabric fine grain and uni form texture coarse grain and uniform texture fine grain and uneven texture coarse grain and uneven texture AR 5/20 . in Group I with True/False Group I P. Central Place Theory Group II I. 5-1 Q. False (B) P-I. Venturi effect is a passive cooling technique S. Q-I. Multiple Nuclei Theory R. S-I (D) P-2. Low capacitance materials should be used to store heat gain Q. S-J Q. S-2 (C) P-2. Q-4. Q-4. R-2. R-2. Q.24 A site has a uniform slope of 6 %. I f the distance betw een the midpoi nts of the highest and the lowest contours is 700 metres. Ebenezer Howard 4. S-I (D) P-S. Wind breaks are used to maximize winter wind turbulence (A) P-I. R-2. Homer Hoyt (B) P-4. Q-2. Walter Christaller 2. Q.Q. True 2. Sector Theory Q. R-I. S-2 Group II 1. Stack effect depends on temperature difference between indoor and outdoor air R. R-3. Clarence Perry 3.I. Q-2.26 A person standing at a point in a public plaza is observing' a facade of height 40 metres from a distance of 120 metres.27 Match the Urban Planning Theories in Group I with their proponents Group I P. The site map has seven contour lines with the elevation of the highest contour as +53 metres. R-2. Q-I. R-5. Harris & Ullman 5. Sol (A) P-I. Q-2.
S-1 on inteUigent buildings in Group I with True/False in Group n. Changes the position along the Z axis 4. S-2 (C) P-3.. All intelligent buildings are examples of high-tech architecture Q.30 (B) P-S. R-4.-25 Specify next po~nt: @25<180 Specify next point: c sequence of commands in (A) . True 2.29 Match the 'Change Properties' command in AutoCAD (Group II) it can perform on a given dashed line. Q-1. Q-2. 5-1 Q. Q-4.31 The correct sequence of various municipal water main is components (8) P-I. Q-I. S-4 (D) P-6. An intelligent building need not deploy a building automation system S. o-i.0 Specify next point: @O. An intelligent building is synonymous with a smart building R. High-tech architecture always results in intelligent buildings Group II I. Changes the position along the Y axis (A) P-6.Q. Q-2. Q-2. Elev Q. Q-1. R-5. Changes the size and spacing of the dashes 3. S-I of a house water connection from the (A) Stop cock ~ Water meter -7 Goose neck -7 Service pipe -7 Ferrule connection (B) Ferrule connection -7 Stop cock -7 Goose neck -7 Service pipe -7 Water meter (C) Goose neck ~ Ferrule connection -7 Service pipe -7 Water meter -7 Stop cock (D) Ferrule connection -7 Goose neck -7 Service Pipe -7 Stop cock -7 Water meter Q. False (A) pol. R-6. Group I P. 6/20 . 8-2 Q.---/----.1 """' __ I AR (B) ~r (C) (D). R-3. LtScale (Group I) with the actions Group II 1. R-2. R-I.32 The figure that will be generated by the following AutoCAD is Command: pline Specify star~ point: 0. Thickness S.__ __ ----. R-2. S-2 (C) P-2. LType R. Changes the dashed line to a non-dashed line 2. R-I. Changes the width of the line on the screen 5.. 5-2 (D) P-2.. Changes the height along the Z axis 6.0 Specify next point: @50. Match the statements Group J P.
The truss is deficient and unstable when (A) m < 2j (B) m = 2j (C) m> 2j (D) both (A) 3 3 3 and (B) are correct shown in the given figure of Q. where m = number of members and j = number of joints.J7 (8) P-I. one for soil and the other for sullage 2. Zone of Better residences T.36 Match the functions in Group I with the numbers Concentric Zone Theory by Burgess. Zane of Transition (A) P-I. Q-3. T-1 Q. Commuters' Zane R. Single pipe for soil and sullage. one for soil and sullage and the other for vent 4.5 for building drainage (D) 40 in Group I with their Q. R-2 CA) P-4. Q-5. Q-4. R-2 (C) P-2.33 A sector has a gross density of 250 persons per hectare and a net density of 400 persons per hectare. Q-5. T-2 (D) P-3. Group I P. the optimistic time.Q. Single pipe for soil and sullage. Single stack system Group II 1. T-3 (C) P-2.5 (C) 37. Workingmen's Hames S. Q-1. Minimum two pipes. R-5. the equation in terms of m and j is used to check its determinacy and stability. Group I P. T-2 time are I. Q-2. I f the area of the sector is 120 hectares. most likely time and pessimistic 2 and 9 days respectively. S-3. R-3. Two-pipe system R. Minimum two pipes. 5-4. R-l. and serving as vent for all traps 3. R-5. R-4 Q.35 In a plane truss.34 Match the systems of plumbing descriptions in Group U. and serving as vent for soil traps only (B) P-3. Central Business District Q. 5-4. Q-3. 5-4. R-l (D) P-3. One-pipe system Q. then tile percentage of non-residential area is (A) 30 (8) 35. Q~2. The expected time for the activity (in days) is CA) 9 (8) 6 (C) 4 (D) 3 AR 7/"20 . For a PERT activity.
S.Q. Golden Lily Pond 2.38 Zoning regulations deal \\ ith S.42 A town has 16. Mamallapuram in Group I with their distinguishing Group rr 1. Dilwara S. then the population of the town is CA) 64. Reserved (B) P.U P. Group I P.700 dwellings units and the average household size is 4. Q-3.39 areas of rooms land areas (C) Q. Q-4.150 (0) 1. T in Group Il. R-2. S-I (0) P-3. S-3 (D) P-4. -7 Frieze -7 Architrave -7 -7 -7 -7 Shaft Base Shaft Shaft -7 -7 -7 -7 Pedestal Shaft -7 Base -7 Pedestal -7 Base Pedestal Pedestal -? Base Q. Q. 5-5 (C) P-2. Sculpted Marble Ceiling 3. False Acacia 2. S-3 (A) P-3. Match the temples Group J p. R-2. Lombardy Poplar 4. Oak 5. S-2 (C) P·4.Q. Columnar Group II I. R-2. Madurai R. Minimum T. Q-I. Torana (B) P-4. Chariot S. Building materials (A) P. Holly 3. Broad Q.950 (C') 1.350 AR 8/20 .800 (B) 1. 5-2 of generic elements in a Classical Order arranged from top to QAO The correct sequence bottom is (A) (B) (C) (D) Architrave Architrave Cornice -7 Cornice -7 -7 Frieze -7 Capital -7 Cornice -7 Capital -7 Cornice -7 Frieze Frieze -7 Architrave -7 Capital Capital. R-4. Konark Q. R. Twin Vimanas 4.41 Match the tree forms in Group 1 with their common examples in Group H. Silver Maple (B) P-I. R-4. T Q. Conical S. Density Q. R-J. R.18. Q-3. Land use R. S. Q-5. S-S (A) pol.11. 5-1 Q. R-2.000 existing dwelling units of which 10 % are dilapidated. R-S.03. Height U. Q-I. Q-I. If the housing need is 8. U features CD) Q.5. Tapering R. Q-S.
S-4 (A) P-6. R-4 Group II 1. London Q. Q-2. Emboss 3.43 Match the descriptions in Group I with the elements of Ornamentation in Group n. R-3. Patrick Abercrombie (B) P-I. The bending moment for the door opening is given by (A) WL/2 (8) WL 14 in Group] eC) WL 16 with the traffic terminology CD) WL/ 8 in Group II. the total weight (W) of an equilateral triangle on the base L is considered as a uniformly distributed load over the span. Berlin R. 5-1 (8) P-l.46 Match the descriptions Group I P. Kenzo Tange 3. Intaglio 6.44 Match the city plans in Group 1 with their designers Group I P. Helsinki 5. Q-6. R-S (D) P-2. R-5. Q-5. Fresco 5. Stopping distance (8) PA. R-4 (C) P-2. Filigree 4. Martin Machler 6. Delicate or intricate design on lattice work allowing light through openings S. Q-3. Q-3. 5-6 (D) P-4. Group II 1. Distance required for a vehicle to overtake and safely pass another vehicle moving in the same direction but at a lower speed (A) pol. Q-S. Tokyo in Group II. Q-5.ve span L.45 On a door opening with effecti. S-2 (C) P-6. Q-5. Q-3. Overtaking sight distance 4. Q-3. Alvar Aalto 4. R-4. S-6 Q. Painting on a freshly spread moist plaster surface with powdered pigments Q. R-3. Figure incised into a stone surface or a metal' plate yielding an impression in relief R. R-3.Q. Cross over distance 5. S-4 Q. Pastiche CA) P-l. Sighting distance 3. S-2 (D) P-5. Group I P. Distance covered by a vehicle from the instant a driver sees an obstruction ahead and brings the vehicle to a stop R. Visibility distance 2. R-t. Chiaroscuro 2. R-3. Eliel Saarinen 2. Q-S. Artistic composition consisting of motifs borrowed from different sources Group II I. Q. R-3 AR 51121 FoodlO6-AR-2 9/20 . The length of a road ahead of the vehicle which should be visible to enable a driver to stop in case of an obstruction on the road Q. S-5 (C) P-4. Q-2. Tadao Ando 5. R-I.
T-3 (D) P-S. Q-6. The Atheneum 5. Panel 4.000 (D) 85. Stile '=== r===. 5-4. S-4 . Roof catchment Q. Cesar PelH R.000 (C) 75. Saddle 6.47 Match the labels on a panelled door in Group Group 1 r with their names in Group II.Q. Q-3.48 Q. Rain gauge S. R-2. Hongkong 4. Filter chamber (A) P. Richard Meier S. Norman Foster Q. R-S . S-4.00.S (D) P. T-3 (A) pol . R-5. S-2 (A) P-3. HSBC.S (e) Q. Q-1. R-2. Kansai Airport 3. R-4. === (B) P-l. S-2 (C) P-3. Group II I.R. Sydney Opera House (B) P-4. S-3 (D) P-5. Q-2.R. R-I. R-I.49 = o R S T Group Jl I.000 (B) 66. Jamb 2. Rail S. Q-3. 1. Down pipes R.00'0.Q.T-2 (C) P-5. 5-6. Its present value in Rupees is (A) 36. S-l AR 10/20 .SO Match the architects Group I P. Muntin 3.000 A typical rooftop Rainwater P. at the end of which it will have a 15 % scrap value of its cost of construction. R-i.R Harvesting System essentially comprises of (B) P.. Q-1. Renzo Piano in Group I with their works in Group Il. The estimated life of the building is 50 years. Petronas Towers 2. T-2 A house was constructed 20 years ago at a cost ofRs. DO I--- p D D Q. Q-6 . Q-6.S Q.
R. Focal fire place S.500. S (C) Q.000.Q. S-2 Q. Q. Horizontal planes Q. S-2 Q.0 House design of Frank Lloyd Wright is characterised 15. Medullary Rays Group II I. 5-2 The quantity of plastering in sq.0 with the planning concepts (D) 34.177. The science of human settlements called Ekistics (B) P-4. Q. Q. S. Judicious use of technological power 3.8 in Group II.70 (D) 20. S-3 (C) P-4. Q-5. R-4. Cambium Layer S. Constantine Doxiadis S.24 in Group II. Outermost one ring between the bark and sapwood (B) P-3.0 cu.R.56 The Prairie by P. Q-4. Q-I.0 (D) 1. Charles Abrams R. Outermost protective covering of the log 4. S. R-4.T AR 11/20 .80 (C) 18. Vertical screen windows (A) P. Sapwood R. Heartwood Q. Outer annual rings of the tree 2.m required for both sides of a wall 5. 5-1 (0) P-2 Q-l R-4 5-3 I .0 m x 0. . Q-3. 5-2 (C) P-3.0 m 3.30 m x (C) 30.t (A) P-4.75 (B) 12. R-3. Patrick Geddes Q.52 Match the parts of a tree log in Group I with their descriptions Group I P.. Lewis Mumford Group II 1. . Innermost rings surrounding the pith 5. R-I. Steel columns T.53 (D) P-5. 0. Q-I. R-4. S (8) P. 0-2.2 (8) 27.m is (A) 25. R-5. R.rn.0 m (L x B x H) with a window opening 2. R-5.30 m x I.2.51 A single room of 3 metres x 5 metres enclosed by 20 em thick walls has to be constructed. Thin horizontal veins radiating from the pith towards the bark 3.55 If the reinforcement steel provided for a RCC slab of volume then the quantity of steel required in kilograms is CA) 655. (A) P-l.6 theorists x 0. Cities in evolution and their relationship with man 2.Q. T (D)P.54 Match the urban in Group] Group] P.S (B) 1. is @ 1%.5 (C) I. Extended roofs R. Q-2. The required foundation trench is 80 cm wide and 80 em deep . The quantity of earthwork in excavation in cubic metres is (A) 10. Role of housing in urban development 4.
Epicentre R. The point corresponding to the centre of gravity of a structural system 4. R-2. Indore S. R-4. Horizontal louvers pivoting simultaneously in a common frame 2. S-6 (C) P-2. Asiad Village.27 (C) 13. R-3. The geographical point on the earth' surface vertically above the originating source 2. S-6 (D) P-]. Balkrishna Doshi 2. S-3 (D) P-2. Cochin R. Tara Group Housing. Q-4. Q-3. Q-2. Q-2.S9 A beam of 50 mm diameter is simply supported at both ends and has an effective span of. S-4 AR 12/20 . R-I. Q-4. Charles Correa 3. Bay window Q. Q-5. Projecting outward from the main wall of a building. R-I (D) P-4.58 Match the housing projects (8) P-2. Q-2. The originating Source of the seismic waves inside the earth 3. Q-1. Q-2. R-4. R-3. The section modulus (in em') of the beam at the quarter span is (A) 11. forming an alcove within a room 4. Group I P. Focus Q. Aranya Community Housing. It carries two loads of 50 kN each at one-third span. 6 metres. S-1 Q.47 in Group II. New Delhi Q. Group II 1. Kuldip Singh 5. The point through which the resultant of the restoring forces of at structural system act (B) P-I. Laurie Baker 6. S-4 (C) P-2.37 (D) 14. A sash that rotates 90° or 180 about a vertical or horizontal axis at or near its centre 3. Marine Front Housing. Centre of Mass S. S-3 (A) P-l. Q-S. R-2 Q. Dormer window types in Group I with their descriptions in Group II.60 Match the Earthquake Group I P. R-6. New Delhi Group 11 1. R-3 in Group I with the architects in Group II. Pivoted window R. Hasmukh Patel 4. Raj Rewal (B) P-3.57 Match the window Group I p. R-4 (C) P-l. Q-l. R-3. Q-4. S-6 (A) P-2. Centre of Stiffness related terms in Group I with their definitions Group ]I 1.17 (B) 12. Q.Q. Vertical window projecting out of a sloping roof D (A) P-3.
1. T to Q. Group II. R-4. R-5 projects of the International Style are 0. Thematic House by Jencks & Farrell S. S (C) Q. Q-2. S (D) Q. Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier (A) P. R. R. R-I \C) P-S.62 For incandescent (A) (8) (C) (D) Q. arch (e) P-2.65 Tactile flooring with guiding blocks. Roman R. R-3. High daytime temperature and rapid cooling at night cause materials to crack R. T (D)Q. High humidity accelerates rusting and rotting Q. S-4 Q. Q-l. R-3 (0) P-4. is used P. Tugendhat House by Mies van der Rohe T. Q. Semi-circular 2. S-3 (D) P-3. Q. Aurora House by Aida Rossi Schroder House by Gerrit Reitveld R. R aid (A) P. Tropical Upland 5. Indian S.63 lamps the distribution (A) P-2. R-4 (8) P-4. an element of Barrier Free Design. S. S (C) R. Pointed arch systems in Group n. Seasonal changes in relative humidity cause rapid v.Q. Greek Q. Gothic styles in Group I with the construction Group II 1. Q. S AR 1. P. Composite or monsoon 2. Warm humid Match the characteristics Group I P. ambulant disabled non-ambulant disabled partially sighted totally blind (B) P.61 Match the architectural Group I P. Corbelling 4. 0-3. 0-1. R-3. S. Q-3. o-r. S-I (8) P-I. R. Hot dry maritime 4.3/20 . Hot dry desert 3. Q-2. T (8) P. eakening of building materials (A) P-5. R-2. Q-4. Q.64 The architectural O. Trabeation 3. S-4 of total energy emission is 5 % light & 95 % heat 25 % light & 75 % heat 50 % light & 50 % heat 7S % light & 25 % heat in Group I with the climate types in Group IJ.
00 (8) 1. Minimum height from the top floor to the bottom of the lift machine room should be 3.66 Match the characteristics of vaults in Group I with their names in Group JI. R-4. R-2. Rampant 6. Stilted Group] P. Recommended angle with the horizontal for escalators is 30° (A) P-l. (D) P-l. R-4 (C) P-2. Q-2.000 mm R. R-4.67 (B) P-6. S-6 Q. Conical 4. Q-3.15 (C) 1. R-l. (B) P-2. The wall thickness is 30 em and the arch thickness is 20 cm. n-r.0 m width. Q-3. Cloister 3.70 Match the designers Group 1 P. R-4 AR 14/20 . Q-6. R-3 in Group] Group II 1. Minimum width for escalators as per lndian standards is 1. Victor Horta (A) P-2. True 2. Barrel 2. S-2 (D) P-l. Q-2. arch is provided over a door of 1. False o-r.68 Match the statements Group 11. Joseph Paxton R. Prefabrication 2. R-5.5 % Q. Q-4.000 mm S. S-2 A 60° segmental. S-2 (C) P-4. Compound vault fanned by four coves meeting along diagonal vertical planes (A) r-r. Q-2. Semi-circular cross section larger at one end than the other R. Q-3.69 The slenderness ratio for a cantilever cross section having radius r Is (A) L I r (8) 2L / r eC) 3L I r with the terms in Group Il (D) 4L I r Q. Vegetal Ornamentation (B) P·4. o-r. Groin 5. Sol Group II I. Q-I. Domino System 3. S-2 (C) P-2.30 Q. Compound vault formed by perpendicular intersection of two vaults S. Q-S.20 & escalators (D) 1. Uniform semi-circular cross section Q. R-3 (D) P-I. Minimalism 4. Handling capacity of elevators for residential buildings as per Indian standards is 7. The mean length of the arch in metres is (A) 1. Group II 1. R-2.Q. S-1 prismatic column of length L with a circular s-i Q. Max Dubois Q. about elevators in Group I with TrueIFalse in Group 1 P. R-2.
0 would involve the activity (D) V Q. 75: A room measuring 10m x 10m has to be illuminated to a level of 200 lux by a single electrical lamp.8.75 and the maintenance factor is 0.72 For the all-normal solution.33 (D) 1. the first step cf compression CA) R (8) U (C) T Common Data for Questions 74. Q.71 The normal project time for the given network is (A) 11 (B) 12 (e) 13 (D) 14 Q. The coefficient ofutilization is 0. I (8) O.73: The continuous Activity P Q R S T utility data for a construction project is as follows: Duration (davs) Normal Crash 3 3 Immediate Predecessors P P 4 2 4 3 0 6 V u 1 3 0 5 P Q R.Common Data Questions Common Data for Questions 71.75 The depreciation (A) 0.666 (C) 30.73 While crashing the project. the total float and free float for the activity S are (A) i.333 factor for the above lamp is (8) 1.72.74 The lumen output required for the above lamp is (A) 12. 3 (D) 3.T S 4 2 Q. 3 (C) 3.66 AR 15/20 .000 Q.000 (D) 33.25 ee) 1.6 (8) 16.
85 carry two marks each.80 The flying height of the plane above mean sea level is (A) 7. Q. A residential plot measuring Permissible ground coverage permissible floors = 4.81 (B) 7.76 Total capacity of septic tank in cubic metres is (A) 31.78 = J 2 metres x 15 metres abuts a road on its smaller si.310 (D) ] : 19.d'e.965 lfthe above photograph is taken by a camera lens of focal length 210 mm from the same flying height.562 (D) 8.70 Q.Front 3 metres. if the required setbacks are . Statement for Linked Answer Questions 76 & 77: The following data is related to the design of a septic tank for a housing complex: Population of housing complex = 150 Water supply / person I day = 130 litres Waste water flow = 80 % of water supply Detention period = J day Sludge production = 0.60 Statement for Linked Answer Questions 78 & 79:.m (D) decrease by 40 sq. then the scale of the photograph will be (A) I : 45.5 and maximum Maximum total buildable area in sq.m Statement for Linked Answer Questions 80 & 81: An aerial photograph is taken from a plane with a camera lens of focal length 305 mm.40 interval (to the nearest year) is (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 (C) 20.80 CD) 15.050 AR 16/20 . 36.000 and the height of the terrain above mean sea level is 300 metres.76 to Q. then the maximum total buildable area will CA) increase by 248 sq. 50 %. each Side 2 metres and Rear 2 metres.79 As per revised building bye-laws. The desired scale of the photograph is 1: 25.Linked Answer Questions: Q.000 (B) 1 . Q.625 Q.rn / person I year Storage capacity for sl udge = I/yd of septic tank capacity Q. Floor Space Index (FSI) = 2.740 (C) 1. 37.m (C) decrease by 30 sq.m is (A) J 80 (B) 225 (C) 360 (D) 450 Q.m (B) increase by 40 sq.77 De-sludging (A) I (8) 23.925 (C) 8.045 cu.
4 (B) 0.85 m) with optimum reverberation time of 0. power required in the auditorium (B) 400 (C) 600 in m2:sabins is approximately (D) 800 power During a convocation programme in the same auditorium. 0. (D) 10 kN. values of shear force and bending moment in the beam are (B) 20 kN.45. The reverberation time in seconds will now be (A) 0.82 The maximum (A) 5 kN.IS.Statement for Linked Answer Questions 82 & 83: A beam of cross section 300 mm x 400 mm has overhangs at both ends.84 The sound absorption (Al250 Q. 0. the absorption increases by 200 m2-sabins.2 END OF THE QUESTION PAPER AR 17/20 .175 Statement for Linked Answer Questions 84 & 85: An auditorium has a volume of3000 Q.1 stress and shear stress developed in the beam in (B) 6.125 (C) 7.6 (C) 0.8 seconds.83 45 kN-m values of bending The maximum N/mm2 are (A)S. O.8 (D) 1.25.35. Q. The beam has a simple support of 10 metres and an overhang of 5 metres each at both ends and carrying a load of 10 kN on both the free ends. 0..15 (D) 8. Q. 80 kN-m 50 kN-m 50 kN-m (C) 1S kN.
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