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--

SI. No.

F-DTN-M-DJWB

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Paper II

INSTRUCTIONS

Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.

Answers must be written in the medium specified in the

Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be stated

clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space

provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the

answers written in a medium other than that specified in

the Admission Certificate.

Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which

are compulsory, and any three of the remaining questions

selecting at least one question from each Section.

The number of marks carried by each part of a question is

indicated against each.

Notations/terms used have their usual meanings, unless

otherwise indicated.

If any data is considered insufficient, assume suitable

value and indicate the same clearly.

Provide diagrams in the answer-book wherever necessary.

A graph sheet is attached to this question paper, which

may be detached and used, if required. The graph sheet is

to be securely fastened to the answer-book.

Important : Whenever a Question is being attempted, all

its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously. This

means that before moving on to the next Question to be

attempted, candidates must finish attempting all parts/

sub-parts of the previous Question attempted. This is to

be strictly followed.

Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly

struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left blank

may not be given credit.

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Section 'A'

1. (a)

use for a sound and thermal proofing of a

3

studio and why ?

(ii) Natural/Mechanical/ A.C. Which circulation and cooling system is best suited

for our country and why ?

3

(iii) Which sampling procedure/principle you

would recommend for quality control of

R.C.C. work of a mass housing project

3

and why ? Serial/Grid/random ?

(iv) Resource allocation and levelling will

completely upset and change the

optimum time schedule as obtained by

crashing of network based on costs only.

3

Comment.

mass concrete

will recommend for 'blast resistance

2

purpose' and why ?

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(Contd.)

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(Contd.)

for one bedroom house.

5

(iv) Which compaction and consolidation

equipment you recommend for quick

construction of a high rise building and

why ?

2

(c)

ownership cost of a heavy construction

equipment.

3

(ii) Briefly elaborate the factors contributing

to the rental value of a heavy construction equipment.

3

(iii) Explain the functions of 'spurs' in river

regulation. Also state the parameters on

which design of spur depends.

6

consumptive use of water is 3.2 mm/day.

Determine the interval between irrigations and

depth of water to be applied when the amount

of water available in the soil is (i) 35%

(ii) 75% and (iii) 0% of the maximum depth

of available water in the root zone which is

100 mm. Assume irrigation efficiency to be

60%.

12

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F-DTN-M-DJWB

(Contd.)

water levels and flood travel time and explain

the terms 'prism storage', 'wedge storage' and

`Negative wedge storage' with a suitable

sketch. Also write an equation for flood

routing where storage is expressed as a

function of inflow and outflow in the river

leach.

12

2. (a) A small CPM network has the following

data. Establish the optimum schedule for

(i) minimum cost, and (ii) minimum duration

if the indirect cost is it 3000 per day and all

normal total direct cost is t 2,00,000 only.

Atli'

vity

Following Preceding

Duration, days

Normal Minimum

Time cost

curve

slope in

T/day

D& E

2000

12

1500

20

19

2500

10

3000

1000

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10

2200

20

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If actually Z depends on B & Y and

R depends on Y & Q only is there any

error ? If yes name this error, and redraw

the corrected network.

2+2+6=10

the silting of reservoirs. How this affects

the useful life of reservoir ? Also explain

the terms 'live storage', 'dead storage'

and 'effective storage' in this context.

10

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(Contd.)

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10

(Contd.)

yielded mean annual discharge of 30000 m3/s

and a standard deviation of 15000 m3lscc. For

a proposed bridge on this river, it is decided to

have an acceptable risk of 10% and service life

of 50 years.

1. Estimate the flood discharge for design of

bridge.

2. If the actual flood value adopted in the

design is 1,18,000 m3 /sec, what is the

safety margin for maximum flood

discharge ?

(Given that Reduced mean and Standard

deviation for Gumbel distribution for 30 years

are 0.5380 and 1119 respectively.)

20

harsh concrete.

workability.

10

(ii) List different type of stone masonry.

Explain the purpose of through stones in

random nibble masonry. What is the

stiching of distressed big stone blocks ?

Discuss.

10

F-DTN-M-DJWB

10

(Contd.)

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F-DTN-M-DJWB

I1

10

(Contd.)

(b)

power shovels. Identify the proper

choice.

10

Interest rate 10%.

A

lacs

Z lacs

Initial cost

2.5

3.0

Annual costs

0.5

0.3

Salvage

25

Useful life

5 years

Annual

quality gain

Nil

5

5 years

2

hydrograph (UH) and Instantaneous unit

hydrograph. Also explain the computational steps for deriving 2h UH from a

10

6h UH.

(c) What are the conditions based on which the

effective length of the spillway is decided ?

What are the various methods adopted in

energy dissipation below a spillway ? Explain

the most suitable energy dissipation arrangements that you would recommend for each of

the following conditions.

(i) When Jump Height Curve (JHC) is

always above Tail Water Curve (TWC).

When

JHC and TWC nearly coincide,

(ii)

and

(iii) When JHC is always below TWC. 20

F-DTN-M-DJWB

12

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F-DTN-M-DJWB

13

(Contd.)

4. (a)

10

of each part.

(ii) List the different ingredients of a brick

making clay and function of each part.

10

(b)

both along the grains and across the

grains.

List the normal defects in timber with

10

sketches.

(ii) Explain briefly the functions, location

(with/without sketch) and design

considerations of the following :

(i) Undersluices

(ii) Fall

10

and percolation losses from a canal ? 5

(ii) Explain the term "Hydraulically Efficient

Channel Section". Prove that the most

efficient trapezoidal section is one half of

15

a regular Hexagon.

Section 'IV

S. (a) Describe the Boussinesq approach of stress

distribution for one layer theory and

Burminster approach of stress distribution for

two layer theory in a flexible pavement. 12

(b) List human factors governing road user

5+7=12

behaviour. Discuss briefly.

F-DTN-M-DJWB

14

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F-DTN-M-DJWB

15

(Contd.)

at an intersection having a North,South and an

East-West road where only straight ahead

traffic is permitted. The design hour flows

from various arms and the saturation flows for

these arms are given in the following Table :

North

South

East

West

in PCU's/hour

800

400

750

1000

in PCU's/hour

2400

2000

3000 3000

times for the minimum overall delay. The

inter-green time should he minimum necessary

for efficient operation. The time lost per phase

due to starting delay can be assumed to be

2 seconds. The value of amber period is

2 seconds. Sketch the timing diagram for each

12

phase.

(d)

population with their relative advantages

6

and disadvantages.

(ii) What are waterborne diseases ? Also

6

discuss their control measures.

(e)

2

super chlorination.

F-DTN-M-DJWB

16

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2000 3000

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F-DTN-M-DJWB

2

17

(Contd.)

required annually in a water treatment

plant treating 10 million litre per day of

water if 0.2 ppm of chlorine dose is

required. Available bleaching powder

contains 30 per cent of available chlorine.

10

6. (a) (i) Define probability density function (pdf)

and cumulative density function (cdf).

Draw pdf and cdf for a Normal Distribu5+5=10

tion.

(ii) Define Running speed, Time Mean

speed and Space Mean speed. Explain

method of measuring spot speed using

4+6=10

Enoscope.

(b)

12

examples and sketches.

transportation

sequential

(ii) Explain

8

planning process.

(c)

bars at an expansion joint of concrete

pavement of thickness 20 ern. Given the

radius of relative stiffness of 90 cm,

design wheel load 4000 kg, load capacity

of dowel system is 40 per cent of design

wheel load. Joint width is 3.0 cm and the

permissible stress in shear, bending and

the bearing stress in dowel bars are 1000,

1500 and 100 kg/cm2 respectively. 10

F-DTN-M-DJWB

18

(Contd.)

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10

F-DTN-M-DJWB

19

(Contd.)

given the pavement thickness is 20 cm

and the width of the road is 7.0 m with

one longitudinal joint. The unit weight of

concrete is 2400 kg/m3, the coefficient

of friction is 1.5, allowable working

tensile stress in steel is 1750 kgm/cm2,

and the bond stress of deformed bars is

10

24.6 kg/cm 2.

7. (a) (i) Explain egg shaped sewer section with

their relative advantages with circular

5

section.

(ii) Design a sewer for a newly developed

town having population of 50,000. The

sewer is to be designed for 3 times of dry

weather flow when running full. Also

find veloCity of flow. Available slope for

the sewer to be laid is 1 in 700. Assume

15

Manning's coefficient n = 0.01.

BOD .

(b) (i) Explain significance of rano. How

COD

it helps in deciding type of treatment to

5

be given to waste water.

(ii) A combined sewer system is serving

20,000 persons having BOD, 70 gm per

capita and 50,000 litres industrial

effluent per day having BOD 450 mg//.

If average standard BOD of domestic

sewage is 0.08 kg/day/person, find the

15

population equivalent of sewage.

F-DTN-M-DJWB

20

(Contd.)

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21

(Contd.)

removing oil and grease.

5

(ii) What are stabilisation ponds ? Design an

oxidation pond for treating sewage from

a town having population of 15,000.

Sewage contribution per capita per day

is 120 / and BODs 200 mg//. The town is

located in hot climate.

15

8.

(a)

negative superelevation in Railway track.

8

(ii) The rulling gradient has been fixed as 1

in 250 on a section of a B.G. track. What

should be compensated gradient when

500 m radius horizontal curve is also to

be introduced on a rulling gradient ? 8

(iii) Explain road camber and its necessity.

Which road surface would need sleeper

cross slope concrete or bituminous ?

4

(b) (i) Explain the terms garbage and rubbish.

How these are different than ashes ? 5

(ii) Discuss composting for disposal of solid

wastes. Also explain methods adopted

for composting in rural areas in India.

15

(c) (i) Discuss the status of monitoring and

10

control of air pollution in India.

(ii) What are the sources of particulate

matter in the environment ? Discuss the

control of particulate matters in

10

Industries.

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22

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