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INSTRUCTIONS

**Candidates should attempt Question Nos. I and 5
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which are compulsory, and any THREE of the

remaining questions, selecting at least ONE

question from each Section.

All questions carry equal marks.

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sub-part ofa question is indicated against each.

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SECTION-A 1. 1.579.953. 2. Answers that follow pages left .962. That is.689.585 on A.candidates must complete attempting all parts/sub-parts of a question being answered in the answer-book before moving O(l to the next question. 0 (Contd.examrace.035. I0 (b) (i) Differentiate between float and slack in Networks and discuss on discounted Present ~ Worth Analysis.0 m levelling staff on continuously sloping ground at a common interval of 30 m : 0.Important Note :- All parts/sub-parts o/a question must be attempted contiguously.938. in the answer-book(s) must be clearly struck out. • blank may not be given credit.956. 3. 0.C.936.016 on B. . 5 (ii) The following consecutive readings were taken with a dumpy level and a 4. 3.C. if any. 1. 0. 3.846. 1.534. flat floors (which can support live loads). 3.844. 1.) www. 0. 2.644.com . (a) Explain five different types of R. Pages left blank.

taking off from straig ht B. Soil porti on passing 0. Make level book and apply usual checks. switch lead and lead required to set out a 1 in 8. Determine level of B and the gradi ent of line A~.450 m.5 mm and 5.examrace.075 mrn sieve = 55 % Liqu id limit = 45% Plastic limit = 20% 5 (d) Calcu late curve lead.e. NTC. if load carried by the •• samp le at pene tratio n level of 2.6 kg and 91. tangential to the gauge face of the outer main rail and passes through theoretical nose of cross ing i.G.com . 5 (c) (i) Explain CBR value for the design of flexible pave ment .0 mrn are 64. track with its curve starti ng from the toe of the switch. Give n heel-divergence = 11.4 em.e. i. The eleva tion of A is 520.5 turnout. 10 0 (Contd.) www.20 kg respectively. radius. Calculate Grou p Index Value of the sample. Dete rmin e the CBR value of a given soil sample. 5 (ii) Soil subgrade sample collected from site was analysed for the highw ay pave ment desig n and resul ts obta ined are give n below .

The following design parameters are to be considered. (a) (i) What are the problems encountered for concreting in hot weather ? 3 (ii) Mention the main components of Portland cement. 10 (c) (i) Calculate warping temperature stresses at interior. edge and comer region for rigid pavement having panel of cement concrete slab of size 4. 2 (iii) What is unity of command in organisation ? 2 • (iv) What is segregation and bleeding ? 3 (b) Explain the term "Orientation" with reference to buildings and two important rooms in a house.5 m.15 (Contd.examrace.2. · (i) Design wheel load = 8000 kg (ii) Elastic modulus of concrete = 3 x 105 kg/cm 2 (iii) Poisson's ratio of concrete = 0.com .) www.50 x 3.

The train has to run at a speed of 80 kmph on a straight level B.VO tyres • = 31.30 15 (ii) Calculate the maximum permissible train load that can be pulled by a locomotive having four pairs of driving wheels carrying an axle load of 24 tonnes each.57 and X cy = 0.) www.G.com . (iv) Effective modulus of subgrade reaction over the DLC base 2 = 8 kg!cm /cm (v) Tyre pressure = 8 kg/cm2 (vi) C/C distance between t\.0 em '' (viii) Thermal coefficient of concrete = 10 x 10-6 per oc (ix) Temperature differential = 15. The hauling capacity of train is 1/6 times the load on driving wheels.8°C (x) Bradbury's coefficients C = 0.0 em (vii) Thickness of concrete slab = 32.examrace. track. 5 0 (Contd.

com . (a) (i) Discuss in detail the maintenance and repair cost of construction equipment. and following (Contd.C. 2 (b) (i) What are factors affecting economic life of an equipment ? 3 (ii) Differentiate between Wheel tractor and Crawler tractor. 5 (c) A tacheometer is used to obtain the difference of • levels between two points A and B. 2 (iii) Discuss in detail the pumping of c~ncrete. (iii) Bedroom (iv) Kitchen (v) F.examrace. · 3. 2 (iii) State the National Building Code Provisions for (i) Bathroom (ii) W. 3 (ii) Mention the parameters involved in vibratory compactors.A.R. 3 (iv) Define motion study and mention its '· objectives.) www. The instrument is set up at another point C.

30' 3. 2.examrace. ' 10 (d) A valley (sag) curve is formed by a descending gradient of 1 in 20 meeting an ascending gradient of 1 in 25.0.60 m/sec3 and average reaction time = 2.· 80 kmph. 2.com . . The indirect cost of the project is Rs.go 30' 1.35. (a) The following table gives the data for the duration and cost for each activity of a building project. Design the length of a valley curve to fulfil both comfort condition and head light distance requirem ents for a design speed of .130 B .6° . Take longitudinal skid resistance = 0.observations were taken : Staff at Vertical angle Stadia reading A . 0. 10 4.50 • and multiplying constant K = (f I i) = 50. Assume allowable rate of change of centrifugal acceleration= 0.990.110 ' Assume the additive constant C = (f + d) = 0. 0.870.815.50 seconds.) www.500. 1000 per (Contd.

Determine optimum time and cost of the project.com . day.800 10 (b) (i) What are.000 7-8 14 6.000 5 12.000 I II .009 7 7. 5 (Contd.500 5 4.000 8 16. 2 (iii) Write down five different methods of "valuation" and explain them briefly. 5-7 7 12.000 6 14.000 5-6 15 12.) 1-2' 8 7.400 7-9 8 6.) (days) (Rs.) www.000 11 16.000 .500 4-6 12 10.000 • 2-3 0 0 0 0 2-5 6 9. the deficiencies of bar chart ? 3 (ii) Differentiate between CPM and PERT.~00 1-3 4 6.500 3-4 7 2. Activity Normal Normal Crash Crash duration cost duration cost (days) (Rs.000 3 10.examrace.000 4 7.000 5 10.000 8-9 6 6.000 6-8 5 10.000 2 8.

The height of the embankment at the point A of the section is 2. Assume the loss of time per phase due to starting delay of 3. Approaches North ~outh East West Design hour traffic flow in PCU/hr 1500 1200 1100 1400 Saturation traffic flow in PCU/hr 3700 4800 3600 4000 10 (d) An embankment is made for road construction on ground which is level across (in lateral direction).) www.examrace. Sketch the timing diagram for each phase and phase diagram.0 seconds and All Red period per cycle is 6 seconds.com . (c) A fixed time 2-phase isolated signal is to be provided at a square intersection having a North- South and an East-West road where orily straight- ahead traffic is permitted. The design hour flow of traffic· from various approaches of the intersection and corresponding saturation flo'w of traffic are given in the following table.5 m and formation (Contd. Calculate optimum cycle length and green times for minimum overall delay using Webser's approach.

(a) (i) A catchment has five Raingauge stations. 98 & I 05 ems.. side slope of the bank 2 to I.) www. end of section) using prismoidal and trapezoidal formulae. if distance from point A (starting of section} to point B (i. determine the additional number of raingauges needed in the catchment for 5% error in the ·~ estimation of the mean rainfall. embankment. I0 ••. rises uniformly on a gradient of I in 120. 90.e. 5 (ii) The discharge available from a Tube Well is 100m3/hr. 82.. Assuming 2800 Hrs of working for the Tube Well in a year.com . SECTI ON-B 5. The surface of ground is in descending gradient from point A to point B of I in 25. The intensity of irrigation is 50% and the average depth of water for the crops grown is 40 ems. 5 (Contd. Find the quantity of earth work in cubic metre require d for . If the Standard Deviati on of the rainfall data is 12 ems. The width of the embankment at formation level is I 0.examrace. estimat e the Culturable Area that this source can command. The average annual rainfall values at these stations are 75.0 m and the.

com .5 m ~. and 2. 5 (ii) Assuming the relative density of sediment particles as 2.examrace. depth of downstream cutoff pile is 6 m. (b) (i) A 30 ems well completely penetrates an unconfined aquifer of saturated depth 40 m. Determine the Transmissibility of the aquifer.m. and the value of safe exit gradient for the formation is 1/6..) www. 5 (c) (i) Determine the horizontal floor length below a hydraulic structure founded on permeable . 5 @ (Contd. of sediment as 980 kg.. formation if the Design Head is 6 m. After a long period of pumping at a steady rate of 1500 lpm.6 and unit weight (dry) of one cu.0 m respectively. estimate the weight of I m3 of deposited sediment in the Reservoir bed. 5 (ii) Write a brief note on 'Tropospheric ozone and Stratospheric ozone'. the drawdown in two observation wells 25 m & 75 m away from pumping well were found to be 3..

examrace. Determine : (i) the probability of exceedence (ii) the probability of the flood magnitude equal to or greater than the given magnitude occurnng at least once in 20 successive years two times in 20 successive years once in 20 successive years.2 at a design head of I 0 m. The effective length of spillway is I 00 m.) www. (a) A flood of certain magnitude has a return period of 50 years. 5 @ (Contd. 10 (b) (i) Compute the discharge over an Ogee spillway with a Coefficient of Discharge (C d) = 2. 6. 5 (ii) Why is recarbonation carried out. 5 (ii) Discuss the "Effect of Tension Cracks" on the stability of a Gravity Dam. (d) (i) Enumerate modifications of activated sludge process and describe 'Biosorption process'. with the help of a neat sketch. while softening water by lime soda process ? 5 . Neglect the velocity of approach.com .

(c) (i) Describe in brief 'Aerated grit chamber'.90 m.. (a) Design an alluvial channel based on Lacey's theory of channel design to carry a discharge of 30 cumecs.) www. 5 7. 5 (ii) Explain the terms 'Super-chlorination and Dechlorination'. Also estimate the amount of energy dissipated if a stable hydraulic jump is formed. The value of Lacey's Silt Factor 'f' can be assumed as 1. 5 @ (Contd.com . When is Super-chlorination of water done ? 5 (d) (i) Why is it economical to remove carbonate hardness than non-carbonate hardness when lime soda process is employed for softening of water? 5 (ii) Describe pyrolysis as one of the methods of solid waste disposal.examrace. 10 (b) (i) At the location of a Hydraulic Jump type of Energy Dissipater the discharge intensity (q) is 20 cumec/m. the prejump depth (D 1) is 1.0 and side slopes of the channel as 112 H to I V. Determine the post jump depth required to form a stable jump.

5 (c) (i) Discuss in brief 'stabiliza tion of organic matter'.) www. ·. (a) Design a Channel Transition at the location of an Aqueduct using Mitra's approach.com .examrace. 5 (ii) Calculate quantity of sludge collected in a primary settling tank per day with 60% efficienc y from 25 mid sewage having suspended solids = 400 mg/1 and inorganic suspended solids = 150 mg/1. (ii) What'is Phreatic line in an Earth Dam ? Give the stepwise procedure of obtaining it by Cassagrande's graphical method. 5 (d) (i) Why is it advantag eous to digest sludge anaerobically ? 5 (ii) Calculate quantity of bleaching powder required per day to disinfect 200 ml pd water. 5 8. Normal width and Flumed width of the channel are 15 m and 9 m respective ly. The length of Transitio n is 16m. 10 (b) (i) How Reservoir capacity is determined from Mass Inflow and Mass Demand curves ? 5 @ (Contd.

5 ' www.com . (ii) What are Galleries in a Gravity Dam ? State their function. How the foundation gallery makes its impact in the reduction of uplift pressure below the structure ? 5 (c) Enumerate diseases transmitted by water. 5 (ii) Write a brief note on 'MPN'. How is guinea worm disease controlled ? (d) (i) Describ e in brief 'Princip les of house drainage'.examrace.

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