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Topic : Rigid Pavements

MODULE- 90B

Design of Rigid Pavements

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1. The radius of relatives stiffness for a 20 cm thick slab with E = 3 × kg/ and poisson’s ratio = 0.15, resting on a subgrade having modulus of 5 kg/ is (A) 10 cm (B) 80 cm (C) 120 cm (D) 320 cm 2. In a concrete pavement A. Temperature stress is tensile at bottom during day time B. Load stress is compressive at bottom (A) Both the statement A and B are correct (B) Statement A is correct and B is wrong (C) Statement B is wrong and A is correct (D) Both statement A and B are incorrect 6. 5. develop at the following locations of the slab (a) at centre (b) near edges (c) at corners (d) both (b) and (c) 2 stress due to corner loading 30 kg/cm Wheel load stress due to edge loading 32 2 kg/cm Warping stress at corner region during 2 summer 9 kg/cm Warping stress at edge region during 2 winter 7 kg/cm Warping stress at edge region during 2 summer 8 kg/cm Warping stress at edge region during 2 winter 6 kg/cm 2 Frictional stress during winter 5 kg/cm 2 Frictional stress during winter 4 kg/cm The most critical stress value for this pavement is 2 2 (a) 40 kg/cm (b) 42 kg/cm 2 2 (c) 44 kg/cm (d) 45 kg/cm In case of governing equations for calculating wheel load stresses using Wesergaard's approach, the following statements are made. I. Load stress are inversely proportional to wheel load II. Modulus of subgrade reaction is useful for load stress calculation (a) Both statements are TRUE (b) I is TRUE and II is FALSE (c) Both statements are FALSE (d) I is FALSE AND II is TRUE The width of the expansion joint is 20 mm in a cement concrete pavement. The laying temperature is 20°C and the maximum slab temperature in summer is 60°C. The coefficient of thermal

3. Dowel bars in concrete pavement are placed (A) Along the direction of traffic (B) Perpendicular to the direction of traffic (C) Along 45° to the direction of traffic (D) Can be placed along any direction

4. Temperature stresses in concrete pavements may cause the slab to crack. If a slab cools uniformly then the crack will 7.

JH ACADEMY

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expansion of concrete is 10×10-6 mm/mm/oC and the joint filler compresses up to 50% of the thickness. The spacing between expansion joints should be (a) 20 m (b) 25 m (c) 30 m (d) 40 m 8. Which of the following stress combinations are appropriate in identifying the critical condition for the design of concrete pavements? Type of Stress Location P. Load 1. Corner Q. Temperature 2. Edge 3. Interior (A) P-2, Q-3 (B) P-1, Q-3 (C) P-3, Q-1 (D) P-2, Q-2 Consider, the following statements in the context of cement concrete pavements. I. : Warping in tresses in cement concrete pavements are caused by the seasonal variation in temperature II : Tie bars are generally provided across transverse joints of cement concrete pavements. The correct option evaluating the above statements is (A) I: True II: False (B) I: False II: True (C) I: True II: True (D) I: False II: False

Topic : Rigid Pavements

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10. Select the strength parameter of concrete used in design of plain jointed cement concrete pavements from the following choices: (A) Tensile strength (B) Compressive strength (C) Flexural strength (D) Shear strength

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