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1.

These are construction


techniques of waffle slab except:
A. Removing connectors
B. Fixing framework
C. Placing the pods
D. Disconnecting the
stacking
2. What is the advantage of waffle
slab?
A. It can be used in buildings
with more columns
B. Coffered underside is
left exposed for visual
appearance
C. Headrooms are reduced
D. Increase in storey height
3. These iconic landmarks used
waffle slab except:
A. Metropol parasol
B. Eiffel tower
C. Chattrapati shivaji terminal
D. Lodytel communications
development center.
4. Where is Metropol parasol
located?
A. Italy
B. India
C.spain
D. Brazil
5. Which of the following is a type
of slab?
A. Diagonal pod system
B. Triangular pod system
C. Square pod slab
D. Rectangular pod slab
1. What is the type of building
material that has two-directional
reinforcement on the outside of
the material?

A. Ribbed Slab
B. Waffle Slab
C. Flat Plate
D. Flat Slab
2. What are the common services
that can be provided due to the
holes in the waffle system
EXCEPT?
A. Air-conditioning
B. Plumbing
C. Wiring
D.None of the above
3. What do you call this object
placed directly on the site and
then provided with
reinforcement and filled with
concrete to form hollow pockets?
A. Pre-casted pods
B. Plastic container
C. Empty tin can
D. None of the above
4. What are the 3 basic designs for
concrete slabs that improve the
strength-to-weight ratio?
A. Round, flat, rectangular
B. Corrugated, ribbed, and
waffle
C. Hollow, linear, symmetrical
D. None of the above
5. What is the main purpose of
employing the waffle slab
system?
A. For its strong foundation
characteristics of crack
and sagging resistance
B. For aesthetic purposes
C. For weather protection and
to minimize the heat
absorption
D. None of the above

6. It is a structure that are often


used for moderate spans and
loads. The forming cost is the
least structural depth and thus
for the least floor to floor height.
a.) Waffle Slab
b.) Ribbed Slab
c.) Flat Slab
d.) Flat Plate
7. The span/depth ratios of flat
plate that are commonly used
are between
a.) 24-27
b.) 28-32
c.) 34-38
d.)12-18
8. It is also the most economical,
when the spans are about 26ft or
less. Beyond 26ft, the slab
becomes too thick, with
corresponding _______ of its selfweight.
a.) Increase
b.) Decrease
c.) Doubled
d.) Half
9. __________ May be offset from a
regular pattern so long as the
slab span/depth ratios between
the columns do not increase
beyond values given above in
either direction.
a.) Beams
b.) Columns
c.) Slab
d.) Floor layout

10. The main effect of the voided


slab system is to decrease the
overall weight by as much as
a.) 38%
b.) 35%
c.) 50%
d.) 10%
1. It is a reinforced concrete slab
supported directly by concrete
columns without the use of
beams or girders to transfer the
loads to supporting members.
1. Waffle Slab
2. Ribbed Slab
3. Flat Slab
4. Flat Plate
2. This type of flat slab can
increase the shear stress and
reduce the moment in the slab
by reducing the clear or
effective span.
a. Flat slab with column
head
b. Ordinary slab
c. Flat slab with drop panel
d. Flat slab with drop panel
and column head
3. This type of flat slab can
increase negative moment
capacity of slab, and stiffen the
slab and hence reduce
deflection.
a. Ordinary slab
b. Flat slab with column head
c. Flat slab with drop panel
d. Flat slab with drop panel
and column head

4. These are the benefits of using


flat slab, except.
a. Flexible in room layout
b. Good crack control
c. Building height can be
reduced
d. Less construction time
e.
5. These are design considerations
when using flat slab, except.
a. Wall and column position
b. Optimization of structural
layout
c. Floor opening
d. Pre-fabricated welded
mesh
1. Type of flat slab that is directly
installed on the column.
a. Ordinary slab
b. Flat slab with column head
c. Flat slab with drop panel
d. Flat slab with drop panel
and column head.
2. Locate position of _____ to
maximize the structural
stiffness for lateral loads.
a. Column
b. Beam
c. Wall
d. Girder
3. Shear reinforcement in the
form of ___________ may be
embedded in the slab to

enhance shear capacity at the


edges of walls and columns.
I. shear heads
II. shear studs
III.shear bolts
IV. stirrup cages
a. I and IV
b. b. I,II, and III
c. c. II and IV
d. d. I, II, and IV
4. It is transported in an
unhardened state, primarily
as ready-mix, and placed in
forms. Ready mixed concrete
is proportioned and mixed off
the project site.
a. Pre-cast concrete
b. Light weight concrete
c. Cast-in-place concrete
d. Self-Compacting Concrete
5. It is a construction product
produced by casting
concrete in a reusable mold or
"form" which is then cured in
a controlled environment,
transported to the
construction site and lifted
into place. In contrast,
standard concrete is poured
into site-specific forms and
cured on site.
a. Pre-cast concrete
b. Light weight concrete
c. Cast-in-place concrete
d. Self-Compacting Concrete