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1. Ranjan was not happy that Sajan decided to do the project on his own on observing his unhappiness,
sajan explained to Rajan that he preferred to work independently
Which one of the statement below is logically valid and can be inferred from the above
sentences ?
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(a) Rajan has decided to work only is group.
(b) Rajan and Sajan were formed into a group against their wishes.
(c) Sajan decided to give into Rajans request to work with him.
(d) Rajan had believed that Sajan and he would be working together.
Sol. (d)
2. I f y =5x
2
+3 than the tangent at x =0, y =3
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(a) passes through x =0, y =0
(b) has a slope +1
(c) is paralled to x-axis
(d) has a slope of 1
Sol. : (c)
y =5x
2
+3
dy
dx
=10x
tangent at x =0, y =3 is equal to zero
tangent is parallel to x-axis.
3. A student is required to demonstrate a high level of comprehension the subject, espesially in the
social sciences.
The word closest in meaning to comprehension is
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(a) understanding (b)Meaning
(c) Concentration (d) Stability
Sol. (a)
4. Choose the most appropirate word from the option given below to complete the following sentences,
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one of his biggest ................... was his ability to forgive
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(a) vice (b) virtues
(c) choices (d) strength
Sol. (b)
5. A boundary has a fixed daily cost of Rs 50,000 whenever it operates and variable cost of Rs. 8000
Q, where Q is the daily production in tonnes. What is the cost of production in Rs. per tonne for
a daily production of 100 tones.
1 mark
Sol. :
Total cost for 100 tonn
=8000 100 +50000
=8,50,000
Cost per tonn =
850000
Rs.8500/tonn. =
100
6. Find the odd one in the following group ALRVX, EPVZB, I TZDF, OYEI X
(a) ALRVX (b) EPVZB
(c) ITZDF (d) OYEI X
2 marks
Sol. (d)
7. One percent of the people of country X are taller than 6ft, 2 percent of the people of country Y
are taller thatn 6ft. There are thrice as many people in country X as in country Y. Taking both
countries together. What % of people taller than 6ft.
(a) 3 (b)2.5
(c) 1.5 (d)1.25
2 marks
Sol. (d)
Let the population of x =N
x

and population of y =N
y
N
x
=3N
y
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Total no. of people taller than 6ft =
y
x
2N
N 1
100 100

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% of people taken than 6ft =
y y
y y
3N 2N
100
100
3N N
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=1.25
8. The sum of eigen value matrix (M) is
When [ M] =
215 650 795
655 150 835
485 355 550
(
(
(
(

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(a) 915 (b) 1355
(c) 1640 (d) 2180
Sol. (a)
9. The smallest angle of a triangle is equal to two third of the smallest angle of a quadrilateral. The
ratio between the angle of the quadritateral is 3 : 4 : 5 : 6. The largest angle of the triangle is
twice its smallest angle what is the sum, in degrees of the second largest angle of the triangle
and the largest angle of the quadritateral.
2 marks
Sol. :
3
u
2
u
1
u
3o
5o
4o
6o
18 360 =
20 =
o
o
largest angle of quadrilateral =120
smallest angle of quadrilateral =60
Smallest angle of triangle = ( )
2
40 = 3 20
3

Largest angle of triangle =2 40 =80


Third angle of triangle =60
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Sum of largest angle of quadrilateral and second largest angle of triangle.
=120 +60 =180
10. The monthly rainfall chart based on 50 years of rainfall in Agra in shown in the following figure
which of the following are true ? (K percentile is the value such that K % of data fall below that
value)
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
Feb Mar Apr May J une J uly Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
650
600
400
200
100
50
Rainfall (mm)
650
(i) On average it rains more in J uly than in Dec.
(ii) Every year, the amount of rainfall in August is more than that in J anuary.
(iii) J uly rainfall can be estimated with better confidence than Feb. rainfall.
(iv) I n Aug, there is at least 500 mm of rainfall.
(a) (i) and (ii) (b) (i) and (iii)
(c) (ii) and (iii) (d) (iii) and (iv)
Sol. (b)
11. Some of the non-toxic metal normally found in natural water are :
(a) Arsenic, Lead, Mercury (b)Calcium, Sodium, Silver
(c) Cadmium, curomium, copper (d) I ron, Mangnese, Magnesium
Sol. (d)
12. An incompressible homogeneous fluid flowing steadily in a variable dia pipe having the large and
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small dia as 15 cm and 5 cm respectively. I f velocity at section at the 15 cm dia portion of the
pipe is 2.5m /sec, the velocity of fluid (in m/s) at section falling in 5 cm portion of the pipe is.
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Sol. :
( )
2
2.5
15
4
t
= ( )
2
V
5
4
t

V =2.59 =22.5 m/s
13. The possible location of shear centre of the channel section shown below is
P
Q
R
S
(a) P (b) Q
(c) R (d) s
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Sol. : (a)
e
V
H
h
H
Ve =Hh [for no twisting]
e =
Hn
V
Possible location is P
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14. The minimum value of 15 minutes peak hour factor on a section of a road is
(a) 0.1 (b) 0.2
(c) 0.25 (d) 0.33
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Sol. : (c)
15 min peak hr factor is used for traffic intersection design
PHF =
( )
15
V/4
V
V =Peak hourly volume
veh.
in
hr
| |
|
\ .
V
15
=Max 15 Min Vol. within the peak hr (veh.)
Max value is 1.0 & min value is 0.25
Normal range is 0.7 0.98
Ans is 0.25
15. the ultimate collapse load (P
u
) is terms of plastic moment M
p
by kinematic approach for a propped
cantilever of length L with P acting at its mid span as shown in fig would be
L/2 L/2
(a) P =
p
2M
L
(b)P =
p
4M
L
(c)
p
6M
L
(d)
p
8M
L
1 mark
Sol. : (c)
2u
u
A
L/2 L/2
u
M
P
P
u
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L
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u =
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External work done =load defleciton
=
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P
2
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u
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\ .
I nternal work done =
( )
p p
M M
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u +
u
=
p
3M u
By principle of virtual work,
u
L
P
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u
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\ .
=
p
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u
P =
p
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L
16. for a saturated cohesive soil, a triaxial test yeilds the angle of interval friction (| ) as zero. The
conducted test is
(a) Consolidated Drained (CD) test
(b) Consolidated undrain (CU) test
(c) Unconfined compresion (UC) test
(d) Uncosolidated undrain (UU) test
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Sol. : (d)
17. The degree of static indeterminacy of a rigid jointed frame PQR supported as shown is
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R
EI
Q
90
S
P
x
EI
145
Sol. :(d) (Unstable)
18. The action of negative friction on the pile is to
(a) I ncrease the ultimate load on the pile
(b) Reduce the allowable load on the pile
(c) Maintain the working load on the pile
(d) Reduce the settlement
1 mark
Sol.(b)
19. I n a beam of length L four influence line diagram for shear at a section located at a distance
of L/4 from the left support marked (P, Q, R, S) are shown below the correct, I LD is .....
(a)
0.75
L/4
3 L/4
P
0.25
(b)
0.6
L/4
0.6
3 L/4
Q
(c)
0.5
L/4 3L/4
0.5
R
(d)
L/4 3 L/4
S
A (P), B (Q) C (R) D (S)
Sol. : (a)
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y
x
L/4
3L/4
x
L
4
=
y
3L
4
x =
y
3
also x+y =1

y
y
3
+ =1
4y
3
=1
y =
3
4
x =
1
4
Ans is (a)
20. A conventional flow duration curve is a plot between 1-marks
(a) Flow and % time flow is exceeded
(b) Duration of flooding and ground level elevation
(c) Duration of water supply in a city and proportion of area recurring supply exceeding this
duration.
(d) Flow rate and duration of time taken to empty of a reservoir at that flow rate.
1-marks
Sol. (a)
21. The following statements are related to temperature stress developed in concrete pavement slab
with for edge (without any restrain)
P : The temperature stress will be zero during both day and night time if the pavement slab
is considered weight less.
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Q. : The temp stress will be compressive at the bottom of the slab during night time if the self
weight of the pavement slab is considered.
R : The temp stress will be compressive at the bottom of the slab during day time if the self
weight of the pavement slab is considered.
1 mark
The Ture statements is/are :
(a) P only (b) Q only
(c) P and Q only (d) P and R only.
Sol. : (c)
22.
x
x sinx
lim
x
+ | |
|
\ .
is equal to
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(a) (b) 0
(c) 1 (d)
Sol. : (a)
x
x sinx
lim
x
+ | |
|
\ .
=
x
sinx
lim 1
x
| |
+
|
\ .
=1
23. A steel section is subjected to a combination of shear and bending action. The applied shear force
is V and shear capacity of the section is Vs. For such a section, high shear force (as per I S 800
- 2007) is defined as
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(a) V >0.6V
s
(b) V >0.7V
s
(c) V >0.8 V
s
(d) V >0
Sol. : (a)
Clause 9.2.1 I S 800:2007
24. The dimension for kinematic viscosity is :
(a)
L
MT
(b)
2
L
T
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(d)
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Sol. : (c)
SI unit is m
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/s
25. I n reservoir with an uncontrolled spillway the peak of the plotted outflow hydrogroph
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(a) Lies outside the plotted inflow hydrograph.
(b) Lies on the recession limb of the plotted inflow hydrograph.
(c) Lies on the peak of the inflow hydrograph.
(d) is higher than peak of the plotted inflow hydrograph.
Sol. : (b)
inflow hydrograph
outflow hydrograph
Recession limb
26. For a sample of water with the ionic composition shown below, the Carbonate and Non-carbonate
hardness concentration (in mg/l as CaCO
3
) respectively are.

meq/l
meq/l
0 4 5 7
Ca
2+
Mg
2+
Na
+
HCO

3 SO
4
2
3.5
7
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(a) 200 and 500 (b) 175 and 75
(c) 75 and 175 (d) 50 and 200
Sol. :
Carbonate hardness =3.5 10
3
g eq [if NCH is present sodium alkalimitry will be
absent i.e. NaHCO
3
absent]
=3.5 10
3

50g
l
as CaCO
3
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=175 mg/l as CaCO
3
Non carbonate hardness =total hardness - carbonate hardness
Total hardness =5 50 mg/l as CaCO
3
[total hardness is due to Ca
2+
and Mg
2+
]
=250 mg/l as CaCO3
NCH =250 175 =75 mg/l as CaCO
3
27. The perception - reaction time for a vechile travelling at 90 km/h, given the co-efficienc of
longitudinal friction of 0.35 and the stopping sight distance of 170 m(assume g =9.81 m/s
2
) is
...... seconds.
2 marks
Sol. :
SSD =
2
V
Vt
2g
+

170 =
2
5
90
5 18
90 t
18 2 9.81 0.35
| |

|
| |
\ .
+
|

\ .
t =3.1594 sec.
28. A traffice surveying conducted on a road yield an average daily traffic count of 5000 vehicle. The
axle load distribution on the same road is given in the following table.
Axle Load
(tones)
Frequency of
Traffic (f)
18
14
10
8
6
10
20
35
15
20
the design period of the road is 15 years. The yearly Traffice growth rate is 7.5% the load safety
factor (LSF) is 1.3. If the vehicle damage factor (VDF) is calculated from he above data, the design
traffic (I n million standard axle load MSA) is
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Sol. :
Calculation of vehicle damage factor :
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VDF =
4 y 4 4 4
3 5 1 2 4
1 2 3 4 5
s 3 s s s
1 2 3 4 5
W W W W W
V V V V V
W W W W W
V V V V V
| | | | | | | | | |
+ + + +
| | | | |
\ . \ . \ . \ . \ .
+ + + +
where W
s
=standard axle load =80 kN =8.2 tonn
VDF =
4 4 4 4 4
18 14 10 8 6
10 20 35 15 20
8.2 8.2 8.2 8.2 8.2
10 20 35 15 20
| | | | | | | | | |
+ + + +
| | | | |
\ . \ . \ . \ . \ .
+ + + +
=4.988.
N =
15
365 5000 (1.075) 1
4.988
0.075
(



=237.758 MSA
Note : that LSF is used to calculate streses not for MSA calculation.
29. Mathematical idealization of a crane has three bar with their vertices arranged as shown with
load of 80 kN hanging vertically. The co-ordinate of the vertices are given in parenthesis. The
forces in members QR is ..................
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P (0,4)
80 kN
22.84
104.03
(3,0)
R
55.13
(1, 0)
Q
x
y
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80 kN
22.84
104.03
(3,0) R
55.13
(1, 0)
Q
u
|
R
u
R
R
3m
4m
1m
Q R
R R 80 + =
80 3 =R
Q

2
R
Q
=120 kN

R
R
=40 kN
tan| =
1 1 4
sin , cos
4
17 17
|= |=
tanu =
3 4
Sin , cos
4 5 5
3
u= u=
120
A
A
40
P
80
120
F
PR
F
QR
u
taking moment of all forces about P.
p
M 0 E =
120 1, +F
QR
4 =0
F
QR
= 30 kN
30. The reinforced concrete section, the stress at extreme fibre in compression is 5.8 MPa. The depth
of Neutral Axis in the section is 58 mm and grade of concrete is M25. Assuming Linear elastic
behavior of the concrete, the effective curvature of the section (in per mm) is
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(a) 2 10
6
(b) 3 106
(c) 4 106 (d)5 106
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Sol. :
5.8 MPa
58 mm
M25 conrature
M f E
I y R
= =
, E = 5000 25 25000 = N/mm
2
2
6
2
1 f 5.8N / mm
4 10 per mm
R yE
58mm 25000N / mm

= = =

curvature =4 10
6
per mm
31. An isolated three-phase traffic signal is designed by websters method. The critical flow ratio for
three phase are 0.2, 0.3 and 0.25 respectively and lost time per phase is 4 second. The optimum
cycle length (in sec.) is ........
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Sol. :
Total lost time in a cycle L =4 3 =12 sec.
C =
1.5L 5
1 y
+

:
1.5 12 5
92sec
1 (0.2 0.3 0.25)
+
=
+ +
32. Group - I Group - II
P : Curve J (i) No apporent heaving of soil around the footing.
Q Curve K (ii) Rankine passive zone develops imperfectly
R : Curve L (iii) Well defined slip surface extends to ground surface.
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Load
J K L
Settlement
(a) P -Q, Q - 3, R - 2
(b) P - 3, Q - 2, R - 1
(c) P - 1, Q-2, R - 3
Sol. : (d)
L General sheer failre
K local shear failre
J Punching sheer failre
33. 16 MLD of water is flowing through a 2.5 km long pipe of diameter 45 cm. The chlorine at the
rate of 32 kg/d is applied at the entry of this pipe so that disinfected water is obtained at the exit.
These is a proposal to increase the flow through the pipe to 22 MLD from 16 mLD. Assume the
dilution co-efficient n =1. The minimum amount of chlorine (in kg per day) to be applied to
achieve the same degree of disinfection for the enhanced flow.
(a) 60.5 (b) 4.4
(c) 38 (d) 23.27
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Sol. : I n the disinfection process we have the relationship,
tC
n
=K
where t =time required to kill all organism.
c =cocentration of disinfactant
n =dilution coefficient
k =constant

n
1 1
t C =
n
2 2
t C
in our case n =1

1 1 2 2
t C t C =
t
1
=
1
L
v
, L =length of pipe ; V
1
=velocity of flow
t
1
=
1
L
Q / A
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=
1
LA
Q
C
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=
1
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W
Q
, where W
1
=weight of disinfactant per day ; Q
1
=discharge per day

1
1 1
W LA
Q Q

=
2
2 2
W LA
Q Q

2
W =
2
2
1
2
1
Q
W
Q

=
2
22
32kg/ day
16
| |

|
\ .
=60.5 kg/day
Ans. (a)
34. A levelling is carried out to established the reduced level (RL) of point R with respect to the bench
mark (BM) at P. The staff reading taken are given below
Staff station BS I S FS RL
P 1.655
Q 0.95 1.5
R 0.75



I f RL of P is +100 m then RL (m) of R is
(a) 103.355 (b) 103.155
(c) 101.455 (d) 100.355 2 mark
Sol. : (c)
station BS FS
P 1.655
Q 0.95 1.5
R 0.75

RL of P =100
RL of Q =100+1.655+1.5
=103.155
RL of R =103.155 (0.95 +0.75)
=103.155 1.70
RL of R =101.455
35. The flow net constructed for a dam is shown in the figure below. Taking coefficient of permeability
as 3.8 10
6
m/s, the quantity of flow (in cm
3
/sec) under the dam per m is
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50 m
6.3 m
1.6 m
17.2 m
9.4 m
2 mark
Sol. :
Q =
f
d
N
KH
N
N
d
=10
N
f
=3
H =6.3 m
K =3.810
-6
m/s
Q =
6
m 3
3.8 10 6.3m
s 10


=
3
6
m /s
7.182 10
m

=
3
6 6
cm /s
7.182 10 10
m


Q =7.182
3
cm /s
m
36. The tension and shear force (both in kN) in each both of the joint as shown below respectively
are
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5
3
P =250 kN
u
(a) 30.3 and 20 (b)30.33 and 25
(c) 33.33 and 20 (d)33.33 and 25
2 mark
Sol. : tan
u
=
3
4
cos
u
=
4
5
u
u
4Pu
P cos
5
u =
Pu
u
3Pu
P sin
5
u =
sinu =
3
5
Tension in each bolt =
u
4P
5 6
=
4 250
6 5

=33.33 kN
Shear in each bolt =
u
3P
5 6
=25 kN
Ans. (d)
37. An incompressible fluid is flown at steady rate in horizontal pipe. From a section the pipe divides
into two horizontal parallel pipes of diameter (d
1
and d
2
) that run, for a distance of L each and
then again join back to a pipe of the original size. For both the pipes, assume the head loss due
to friction only and the Darcy-weilbach friction factor to be same. The velocity ratio between
bigger and smaller branched pipe is.
Sol. :
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B
D
C
d
1
A
Q
1
Q
2
d
2
L
L
1
d =
2
4d
2
1
1
flv
2gd
=
2
2
2
flv
2gd

2
1
1
v
d
=
2
2
2
v
d
2
1
2
2
v
v
=
1
2
d
d
=4
1
2
v
v
=2
Ans. 2
38. A box of weight 100 kN shown in the figure to be lifted without swinging. I f all the forces are
coplanar, the magnitude and direction (
u
) of force F w.r.t. x axis is
30
45
u
40 kN
F
90
y
100 kN
X dir
(a) F =56.389 kN and
u
=28.28
(b) F= 56.389 kN and
u
= 28.28
(c) F =9.055,
u
=1.1414
(d) F =9.055,
u
=1.1414
Sol. : For no swinging
Horizontal
F 0 E =
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45
u
40 kN
F
x-axis
90kN
100 kN
90 cos 30 =40 cos 45 +F cos
u
49.658 F cos = u
F cos
u
from option (A) =56.389 cos 28.28 =49.658 kN
Ans. (a)
39. The speed-density (v k) relationship on a single lane road with unidirectional flow is
v =70 0.7 K, where v is in km/hr and k is in veh/km. The capacity of the road (veh/hr) is
2 mark
Sol. :

u 70 0.7 K
km veh
hr km
+
+
=
100 =k
J
v =70
f
u
k
Capacity =
f j
V K
4
=
km Veh
70 100
hr km
4

=1750 veh/hr
Ans. 1750 veh/hr
40. For a cantilever beam of span 3m as shown a concentrated load of 20 kN applied at the free end
causes a vertical displacement of 2 mm at a section located at a distance of 1m from the fixed
end. I f a concentrated vertically downward load of 10 kN is applied at the section located at a
distance of 1 m from the fixed end (with no other load on the beam) the maximum vertical
displacement in the same beam (in mm) is
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20 kN
1m
2m
2 mark
Sol. :
20kN
2mm
1m 2m
1m
10kN
2m
A
20A =10 2 (From Betts Therorem
A
=1 mm
Ans = 1mm
41. For a beam cross section W =230 mm, effective depth =500 mm, the number of rebars of 12
mm diameter required to satisfy minimum tension reinforcement requirement specified by
I S -456:2000 (assume grade of steel as Fe500) is ..............
Sol. :
st min
A
bd
=
y
0.85
f
A
st
=
2
0.85
230 500mm
500

n =
st
2
A
d
4
t
= 2
0.85 230
2nos
(12)
4

=
t
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42. A venturimeter having diameter of 7.5 cm at the throat and 15 cm at the enlarged end is installed
in a horizontal pipline of 15 cm diameter. The pipe carries incompressible fluid at steady rate of
36 l/s. The difference of pressure head measured in terms of the moving fluid in between the
enlarged and the throat of the vent is observed to be 2.45 m. Taking the g =9.8, the coefficient
of discharge of venturimeter (correct upto 2 decimal) is .......
2 mark
Sol. :
15 cm|
7.5 cm |
1
2
2
1
Q =30 l/s
1 2
1 2
P P
Z Z
| | | |
+ +
| |

\ . \ .
=2.45 m =h
g =9.81
Q =
1 2
d
2 2
1 2
a a
C 2gh
a a
C
d
=
1 2
2 2
1 2
Q
a a
2gh
a a
=
3 3
2 2
4 4
30 30 m / s
(0.15) (0.075)
4
2 9.81 2.45
(0.15) (0.075)

C
d
=0.95
43. A particles moves along a curve whose parametric equation are x =t
3
+2t, y = 3e
2t
and z
=2 sin (5t), whre x, y and z show variation of the distance covered by the particles in (cm) with
time (t) (in second). The magnitude of the acceleration of the particle (in cm/s
2
) at t =0 is ......
2 mark
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Sol. :
x =t
3
+2t
y =3 e
2t
z =2 sin (5t)
dx
dt
=3t
2
+2
a
x
=
2
2
d x
dt
=6t
dy
dt
=3 e
2t
(2) =6e
2t
ay =
2
2
d y
dt
=12 e
2t
dz
dt
=5 2 cos (5t)
2
2
d z
dt
=10 5 sin (5t) = 50 sin 5t
a
z
=
2
2
d z
dt
=50 Sin 5t
a

=
x y z

a i a i a k + +
a

at t =0 =

0i 12j 0k +
a

12j
Meg. of acceleration at t =0 =12 cm/s
2
Ans =12 cm/s
2
44. The full data are given for laboratory sample
0
175kPa ' o = ,
0 0 0
e 1.1, 300kPa, e 0.9 ' ' = o + Ao = = .
I f thickness of the clay specimen is 25 mm the value of coeffcient of volume compressibility is
...... 10
4
m
2
/kN.
2 mark
Sol. :
m
v
=
0 v
0
e
1 e a
1 e
A
+
=
+
Ao
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=
(1.1 0.9)
125
2.1

=
0.2
2.1 125
=7.619 10
4
m
2
/kN
Ans is = 7.619
45. A given cohesionless soil has e
max
=0.85, e
min
=0.5. I n the field, the soil is compasted to a mass
density of 1800 kg/m
3
at w/c of 8%. Take the mass density of water as 1000 kg/m
3
and G
s
=2.7.
The relative density (in %) of the soil is
(a) 56.43 (b) 60.25
(c) 62.87 (d)65.41
2 mark
Sol. : (d)
e
max
=0.85
e
min
=0.5
field
=1800 kg/m
3
at w/c =8%
w
=1000 kg/m
3
G
s
=2.7
Relative density =D
r
=?
=
( ) ( )
w
G 2.7 1000 1 w 1.08
=
1 e 1 e
+
+ +
1 +e =
2.7 1000 1.08
1800

e =0.62
D
r
=Relative density =
max
max min
e e
100
e e

=
0.85 0.62
100
0.85 0.5

=65.714%
46. I f the following equaiton establishes equilibrium in slightly bent position,
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2
d y
dx
+
py
0
EI
=
the mid-span deflection of a member shown in figure is
P
M
y
EI
P
N
L
y
x
[a is the amplitude contant for y]
(a) y =
1 2
1 acos
P L
t | |

|
\ .
x
(b) y =
1 2
1 asin
P L
t | |

|
\ .
x
(c) y = asinn x/ L t (d)y = acosn / L tx
2 mark
Sol. : (c)
47. Three rigid bucket are of idential height and base area. Further assume that each of these
buckets have negeligiuble mass and are full of water. The weight of water in these bucket are
denoted by W
1
, W
2
, W
3
respectively. Also let the force of water on the base of the bucket be F
1
,
F
2
, F
3
respectively. Which of the following option are correct.
h h
h
All these bucket have the same area
(a) W
2
=W
1
=W
3
and F
2
>F
1
>F
2
(b) W
2
>W
1
>W
3
and F
2
>F
1
>F
3
(c) W
2
=W
1
=W
3
and F
1
=F
2
=F
3
(d) W
2
>W
1
>W
3
and F
2
=F
1
=F
3
2 mark
Sol. (d)
Bucket identical height
identical Base area
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h
h h
A
A
1
2
3

2 1 3
W W W > >
Force on the base in each case will be equal to =
w
hA
Hence F
1
=F
2
=F
3
48. A horizontal jet of water with its cross section area 0.0028m
2
hits a fixed vertical plate with a
velocity of 5 m/s. After impact the jet split symmetrically in a plane parallel to the plane of the
plate. The force of impact (in N) of the jet on the plate is
(a) 90, (b)80
(c) 70 (d)60
2 mark
Sol. : (c)
5m/s
area of jet =0.0028m
2
Force on plate = ( )
w
aV V
=
2
w
av =1000 0.0028 (5)
2
=70 N
49. A rectangular beam of 230 mm width and effective depth =450 mm, is reinforced with 4 bars
of 12 mm diameter. The grads of cencrete is M 20, grade of steel is Fe 500. Given that for M20
grade of concrete, the ultimate shear strength
uc
t =0.36 N/mm
2
for steel percentage of =0.25,
and
2
uc
0.48N / m t = for steel percentage =0.5. For a factored shear force of 45 kN, the diameter
(mm) of Fe500 steel 2 legged stirrups to be used at spacing of 325 mm should be
(a) 8 (b)10
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2 marks
Sol. (a)
230
450
4 12 |
uc
t =0.36 N/mm
2
[For M 20] for
st
A
100 0.25
bd
=
uc
t =0.48 N/mm
2
[For M 20] for
st
A
100 0.5
bd
=
Factored SF =45 kN =V
u
We have to calculate the dia of Fe500 2-L egged stirrup to be used at a spacing of 325 mm c/
c.
v
t =
u
V
bd
=
45 1000
230 450

=0.4348 N/mm
2
% tensile steel =
2
4 (12)
4
100
230 450
t

=0.437 %
c
t =
0.12
0.36 (0.437 0.25)
0.25
+
=0.45 N/mm
2
Since
v c
0 t t <
Min shear reinforcement is required
Min sheer reinforcement is given by
sv
v
A
bS
=
0.4
0.87fy
A
sv
=
v
0.4 (S )(b)
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since we limit f
y
to 415 N/mm
2
hence,
A
sv
=
2
2 ( )
4
t
| =
2
0.4 325 230
82.814mm
0.87 415

=

| =7.26 mm
adopt | =8 mm
50. A straight 100 m long raw water gravity main is to carry water from intake to the jackwell of
a water treatmented plant. . The required flow of w =0.25 m
3
/s. Allowable velocity through main
=0.75 m/s. Assume f =0.01, g =9.81. The minimum gradient (in cm/100 length) required to
be given to this main so that water flow without any difficulty
Sol. :
Q =0.25 m
3
/s
Allowable velocity =0.75 m/s
f =0.01
g =9.81
2
d
4
t
=
2
Q 0.25 1
m
V 0.75 3
= =
d =0.6515 m

2
flv
2gd
=h
f
=
2
0.01 100 (0.75)
m
2 9.81 0.6515


=0.044 m =4.4 cm
Min gradent =
f
h 4.4cm
100m
=
l
hence ans is 4.4
51. Group I Group II
P Alidade
Q Arrow 1. Chain Survey
R Bubble tube 2. Levelling
S Stedia hair 3. Plant table surveying
4. Theodolite
(a) P 3 Q =2, R1, S4.
(b) P2, Q4, R3, S-1
(c) P1, Q2, R4, S-3
(d) P3, Q1, R2, S-4
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Sol. (d)
P 3
Q 1
R 2
S 4
52. A traffic office impose on an average 5 number of penalties daily on traffic violators. Assume that
the number of penalties on different day is independent and follows a poisson distribution. The
probability that there will be less than 4 penalties in a day is .....
Sol. :
Mean

= 5
P (x <4) =p (x =0) +p (x =1) + P (x =2) +P (x = 3)
=
5 0 5 1 5 2 5 3
e s e 5 e 5 e 5
0! 1! 1! 3!

+ + +
=
5
25 125
e 1 5
2 6

(
+ + +
(

=
5
118
e
3

| |
|
\ .
=0.265
53. The potable water is prepared from turbid surfaec water by adopting the foil treatment square.
(a) Turbi d surface water Coagul ati on Fl occul ati on Sedi mentati on
Filterationdisinfection storage and supply
(b) Turbid surface water disinfection Flocculation Sedimentation Filteration
Coagulation storage and supply
(c) Turbid surface water Filteration Sedimentation disinfection Flocculation
Coagulation
(d) Turbid surface water Sedimentation Flocculation Coagulation disinfection
Filteration.
Sol. (a)
54. A rectangular channel flow have bed slope of 0.0001 width =3m coefficient n =0.015, Q =1 m
3
/
sec given that normal depth of flow ranges between 0.76 m and 0.8 m. The minimum width of
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throat (in m) that is possible at a given section while ensuring that the prevailing normal depth
does not exceed along the reach upstream of the contraction is approximately, equal to (assume
negligiable loss)
(a) 0.64 (b) 0.84
(c) 1.04 (d) 1.24
Sol. (b)
3m
S =0.0001
0
n =0.015
Q =1 m
3
/s
Normal depth of flow between 0.76 m to 0.8 m.
I f prevailing normal depth of flow is not excreded, there must not be chocking of the section or
there must be just chocking.
Thus the width of the section should be such that for the prevailing sp. energy there should be
critical flow at the contracted section
i.e.
1/3
2
3 q
2 g
| |
|
|
\ .
=E
c
=E
initial

1/3
2
min
Q
B
3
2 g
(
| |
(
|
(
\ .
(
(
(

=E
initial
Let is now calculate E
initial
Q =
2/3 1/2
0
1
AR S
n
1 =
2/3
1/2
1 3y
(3y) (0.0001)
0.015 3 2y
| |
|
+
\ .
y =0.78 m
E
initial
=y +
2
2
q
2gy
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2
2
1
3
0.78
2 9.81 (0.78)
| |
|
\ .
+

=0.7893 m

1/3
2
Q
Bmin 3
2 g
(
| |
(
|
( \ .
(
(
(

=0.7893

( )
2/3
2/3
1/3
min
3 (1)
2
g B
=0.7893
B
min
=0.836 m
55. For the truss shown below, the member PQ is short by 3 mm. The magnitude of the vertical
displacement of joint R in mm is ............
Q
P
R
3m
4m 4m
Sol.
PQ is short by 3 mm
We have to find out vertical displacement of joint R in mm
R
A = u( ) E
Let in apply unit load at R as shown below
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Q
u
PQ
P
R
1/2
1/2
u
u
PR
R
u
PR
sinu =
1
2
u
PQ
+u
PR
cosu
=0
u
PQ
= u
PR
cosu
=
1
.cos
2sin

u
u
u
PQ
=
1
cot
2
u
=
1 4/ 3
2

=
2
3

R
A =
PQ PQ
2
u ( 3)
3

=
=2 mm upwards.
56. The probability density function of evaporation E on any day during a year in watershed is given
by
f(E) =
1
0 E 5 mm/day
5
0 otherwise

s s

The probability that E lies in between 2 and 4 mm/day in a day in watershed is (in decimal)
Sol.
f(E) =
1
0 E 5 mm/day
5
0 otherwise

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P(2 <E <4) =
4
2
f(E)dE =
}
| |
4
4
2
2
1 1
dE =
E
5 5
}
= ( )
1
4 2
5

=2/5
57. While designing for a steel column of Fe250 grade the base plate resting on a concrete pedestal
of M20 grade, the bearing strength of concrete (N/mm
2
) in LSM of design as per I S 456: 2000 is
1 marks
Sol.
Permissible bearing stress
=0.45 f
ck
=0.45 20=9 N/mm
2
58. A long slope is formed in a soil with shear strength parameter C

=0, 34 . = ' | Firm strate lies


below the slope and it is assumed that water table may occassionally rise to the surface, with
seepage taking place parallel to the slope. Use
sat
= 18 kN/m
3
and
w
= 10 kN/m
3
. The
maximum slope angle (in degree) to ensure the factor of safety 1.5. Assuming a potential failure
surface parallel to the slope would be
(a) 45.3 (b)44.7
(c) 12.3 (d)11.3
Sol.: (d)
3
sat
18kN/m =
3
w
10kN/m =
C 0 =
34 =
'
|
|
F.O.S when water surface rises to surface is given by
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I
E
S

M
A
S
T
E
R
F.O.S =
sub
sat
tan
tan
|

|
tan| =
sub
sat
tan
F.O.S
| | |

\ .
tan| =
sub
sat
tan
1.5
|

tan| =
( )
18 10
tan34
18 1.5

| =11.30
59. The amount of CO
2
generated in kg while completly oxidising one kg of CH
4
is .......
1 marks
Sol.( )
4 2 2 2O
16g 44g
CH 2O CO 2H + +
16 g of CH
4
when completely oxidised leads to 44 g of CO
2
1 kg of CH
4
when completely oxidised leads to
44
1
16
=2.75 kg CO
2
60. Given J =
1 3 2 1
and K then = 2 4 2 2
1 2 6 1
( (
( (
( (


product K
T
J K is
Sol.(a)
J =
3 2 1
2 4 2
1 2 6
(
(
(

, k =
1
2
1
(
(
(


K
T
J K =| |
1 3 2 1
1 2 1 2 4 2 2
1 2 6 1
( (
( (

( (


I
E
S

M
A
S
T
E
R
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=
| |
1
6 8 1 2
1
(
(


=6 +16 +1
=23
61. With reference to the conventional cartesion (X, Y) the vertices of a triangle have x
1
, y
1
=1, 0,
x
2
, y
2
=2, 2, and x
3
, y
3
=4, 3, the area of triangle is
(a)
3
2
(b)
3
4
(c)
4
5
(d)
5
2
-1 marks
Sol. : (a)
A
B
a
c
C
(2, 2)
(4,3)
(1,0)
y
x
b
area of triangle is A = p(p a)(p p)(p c)
when P =
a b c
2
+ +
a =
2 2
(4 2) (2 1) 5 + =
b =
2 2
(4 1) (3) 3 2 + =
c =
2 2
(2 1) (2) 5 + =
p =
5 5 3 2 3
5
2
2
+ +
= +
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I
E
S

M
A
S
T
E
R
A =
3 3 3 3
5 5 3 2
2 2 2 2
| || || || |
+ +
| | | |
\ .\ .\ .\ .
=
2
3 2 3 3
5 5
2
2 2 2
| || | | |
+ =
| | |
\ .\ . \ .
62. The degree of disturbances of a sample collected by sampler is expressed by a term called the area
ratio. I f outer diameter and inner dia of sample are D
0
and D
i
respectively, the area ratio is-
(a)
2 2
0 i
2
i
D D
D

(b)
2 2
i 0
2
i
D D
D

(c)
2 2
0 i
2
0
D D
D

(d)
2 2
i 0
2
0
D D
D

Sol. : (a)
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