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CS (MA.IN) EXAM, 2010
Sl. No. 156 C-DTN-K-DFA

CIVIL ENGINEERING
Paper-I

1 Time Allowed Three Hours I Maximum Marks 300 I
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both rn Hindi and
in English.
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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. 2
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 question
is indicated at the end of the question.
Notations/terms used have their usual
meanings, unless otherwise indicated.
If any data is considered insufficient, assume
suitable value and indicate the same clearly.
Newton may be converted to kg using the
equality 1 kilonewton ( 1 kN) = 1 00 kg, if found
necessary .

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Section-A

1. (a} Determine the centroid of the Angle
section shown in Fig. 1. 10
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(b) A beam of length 5 m and of uniform
rectangular section is supported at its
ends and carries a uniformly distributed
load over the entire length. Calculate
the depth of the section if the maximum
permissible bending stress is lON f mm 2
and central deflection is not to exceed
12 mm. Assume the value of
4 2
E = 1 · 2 x 10 N f mm . 10

(c) A beam ABC, as shown in Fig. 2, is Hxed
at A and is simply supported at B. Draw
qualitative diagram for influence line of
vertical reaction at A. 10
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(d) A Pitot tube was used to measure
the quantity of water flowing in a pipe
of 0·3 m diameter. The water was raised
to a height of 0·25 m above the centre of
pipe in a vertical tube. If the mean
velocity is 0·78 times the velocity at the
centre and the coefficient of Pitot tube is
0·98, find the quantity of water in litre
per second. Static pressure head at the
centre of the pipe is 0·2 m. 10

(e) A water main of concrete pipe 3200 m
long, 0-3 m diameter discharges into a
reservoir at the rate of 10 x I 0 6 litres
per day. If this pipeline is gradually
closed by operating a valve at the end
of reservoir in 16 seconds, is there
any possibility of pipe burst? The safe
pressure of concrete p1pe 1s
2
245-25 kN/m 10

(f) A water wheel has a number of
hemispherical vanes equally spaced on
the periphery. A jet of diameter of
300 mm having a velocity of 16 mjsec
impinges on the vanes which have
tangential velocity of 6 mjsec.
Determine the work done on the wheeL 10

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is rigidly jointed at B. Both beam and column are of same cross-section throughout. Indicate whether the flow 1s rotational or irrotational. 3. end C is laterally and rotationally restrained but free to move vertically. Take coefficient of discharge for free weir= 0·58 and for submerged portion of weir as 0·8. 3 (b) The expression for stream function is described by 'If= x 3 -3xy 2 . 15 (c) A rapid stream has a depth of flow 1 m and velocity of flow 3·7 mfsec. 30 c 800 kg·--l~ Fig. 15 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 6 . as shown in Fig. Find the height of suppressed diversion weir which vJould be constructed across stream to raise the water level on the upstream to a depth of 3 m. if it exists. End A is fixed. The column supports a horizontal load of 800 kg at midpoint. (a) A beam-column frame ABC.2. Analyse the frame using moment distribution method and draw the bending moment diagram. Determine the value of velocity potential <!>.

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30 SOt A T r-+- 4m 4m _J. (a) A rigid jointed tower frame. the tangential velocity at radius of 0·1 m from the axis of rotation is found to be 10 mlsec and the intensity of pressure is 196. Find the head lost in the last 1200 m length of the fLV2 p1pe. 15 C-DTN-K-DFAI41 8 . The pinnacle A carries a vertical load of 80 t. water is drawn by service pipes at a uniform rate of 0 · 1 m 3 1 sec per 300 m. Find the pressure intensity at a radius of 0·2 m from the axiS. Calculate all components of reactions at F and G. 15 (c) A pipe 0·6 m in diameter takes off from a reservoir 150 m high above the datum. 4._ (b) In a free cylindrical vortex of water. as shown in Fig. has hinged support at F and fixed support at G. 3. Use f = 0-04 and hf = D 29 Velocity is zero at the dead end.2 kN I m 2 . The pipe is 5000 m long and is laid completely at the datum leveL For the last 1200 m.

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If the 3 discharge is 0 · 45 m I sec. Diameter of the boss is 0·35 times the extemal diameter of the wheel.4. The beam carries a uniformly distributed load of 12 kNim run. Find the force acting on the conical portion of the pipe. Mechanical efficiency of the wheel is 86°/o. (ii) synchro- nous speed and (iii) the specific speed of the runner. determine the head loss and the direction of flow. Determine (i) the diameter of the runner. Neglect the weight of water and the pipe. find the suitable dimensions of the section. speed ratio is 2·2 and flow ratio is 0·66. 30 (b) A pipe carrying oil of specific gravity 0·877 changes in size from 0· 1 5 m at section A to 0·45 m at section B. over the entire length and a point load of 10 kN at 3 metre from the left support. Assume mechanical efficiency equals to overall efficiency. 15 (c) A Kaplan turbine runner develops 9300 kW under a net head of 7-4 m. 15 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 10 . If the depth is two times the width and stress in the timber is not to exceed 10 N I mm 2 . Section A is 3·6 m lower than section B and pressures are 90 · 252 kN 1m 2 and 59· 841 kN I m 2 respectively. (a) A timber beam of rectangular section of length 8 m is simply supported.

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5 (b) A masonry dam of rectangular section.LJ 'T' ~300* steel ·- (All dimensions are in mm) Fig. The area of the steel provided is 3140 mm 2 and its centroid is located 200 mm from the bottom of the beam. without neglecting area m tension. 10 2COO T Yc"""? I~ 3140mm2 ~ l :iJo. has water up to a height of 16 m on its one side. Determine the centroid of the transformed section taking the modular ratio as 21. (a) A reinforced concrete T-beaJTI is shovvn in Fig. Determine (i) pressure force due to water on one metre length of the dam. (ii) position of the centre of pressure and (iii) the point at which the resultant cuts the base. 5. Section-B 5. 10 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 12 . 20m high and 10m wide. Assume density of masonry = 19 · 62 kN·j m 3 and density 3 of water = 9 · 81 kN / m .

Wld '1" ~3001E- (mt~mm--i't~) fus (~) 3li<ldl<tiR "<tiT?: <11<:11 ~ ~'II~ ~ 20 m ~ Ci 10m 4'1<?1 ~ a:l'R <Hi<€! ~ 3=iR 16m Ml{ <f<ti "Y"Fft 'RT ~ I -mo Cfit {i) • ~ c€1 ~ -. . "<tiT if>os.~------------. Ri "i I~ "<tiT-. . l. . <r-r-r it ~" 'li<"' <i\ 3'1 :!Y 10 2 1 -=nff 0l'\$d ~. . <"1'1111. mm 2 ~ a:l'R Ml<til '*'*'"' m. ¥Yt'"<lfht qft:"'€)<. ('~>) fu 5 it ~ ll"'R-ict <f>shl?: T-t:!Vf fu<Sli'H TPn t I .O. . .ffq) i'fi\ i5fi I?: <I I t I "l:!H #.<ii -mo Cfit I 10 2000 Yc=? 3140 mm2 l 200·-·1-Ut- 'i.{ if> oB i'i 200 mm 'R ~ t I •m i"'"' ~ ~ . ftm 'R q ft:ulllfl ~ (-. (ii) GTOI-~ c€1 Wffi'r a:fR {iii) ~. ' [ P. ..:fiv: <fit <"'kil{ 'R "Y"Fft it.62 kN 1 3 . •Hi"! = 19. Tf<:. Cfii(UI ~ cl!<:11 GTO! <R'i..n 3ffi "Y"Ffl OhT lH<"! = 9 · 81 kN I m 3 _ 10 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 13 . -. - 5.>AI<"t <hT ~""'<"! 3140 .T.

if G = 2 · 66. It is to be welded to a gusset plate with a lap of 10 em. The in situ density and water content of the sand were 1·95 g/ cc and 23°/o. Permissible stress 1n shear= 1000 kgfcm 2 {100N/mm 2 ). The sample was found to have undergone 50o/o consolidation in 12·5 minutes. a consolidation test was conducted in the laboratory on a 2·5 em thick undisturbed sample of the soil by keeping porous stones both at the top and bottom. 10 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 14 . (c) A steel flat 100 mm x 10 mm carries a tensile force of 16000 kg (160 kN). Determine the minimum size of the fillet weld. In order to predict the time rate of settlement of the building. Determine the time required for realising 50o/o settlement of the building. 10 (e) A raft foundation is to be constructed on a 7·5 m thick clay layer sandwiched between two sand layers. 10 (d) A sample of coarse sand taken from the field was found to have void ratios of 0·87 and 0·52 in its loosest and densest states respectively. Determine the degree of saturation and relative density of the sand in the field.

m l\$r it to <liT <i~Rl :am q mi'ri"'~ ~"' <'"~ mo <fit 1 10 (s) ~ 7·5 m -. 10 (-. 66. . ""'T <it to <'dU it oiR it ~ ~' 'R ~ 't'R ~ <liT l4<!iul "ir.!o Gf<1 <~>T ~ 'ht<ll t I "3it 'lW: ~ 'R 10 em it ~ it <1m ~ f. mo qit.) l\$r it ~ TJtt .!>"! I 4fR1 ~ 1 l%€lc ~ "fii 't' <1 q 1'fl'l mo <fit I a:!=j~« 31q<i"qo1 YRl<1<1 = 1000 kg I em 2 (100 Nfmm 2 )..O.T.l>o4 W'm ll iPrr.nit ~Rl<t>l 'ffif.q{ "flW q<""R (€i<ti( ll<fi•l!!ll<11 it fit>'ll 1Tll1 ~ 1 S~Rlt~>~f it SO% <:it~otot 12· 5 fil'lc it "tffiiT t I >rcr-r <liT 50% 14'1 <:'l f.: <lit mo <t>8 it ~' ~ <:iEI•H ~lW'T 2·5 em mz 31~ 'l"f llffit~'!f 'R. ~ q: :&.nz to it ~ llffi<~'lr it mno• a:J::!qld 0·87 q 0·52 lh'"l'll: 3fl<fil flqffilifi oftdl <i ~ flEH a:! Clf"!ll it "fill.n t l >rcR it ~Ri"'l it~~ 14'1<~ot ~ "G>. I ~ -B!II4 to <liT EH<"<l <i "1<1i'll 1·95 gfee q: 23% ~I <rn: a= 2. 1"1"!1. (TI) 100 mm x 10 mm <liT ~ '!if'"lld fl'"!d<1 16000 kg (160 kN) it of. 10 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 15 I P.

Using Terzaghi's theory. is simply supported at A. Adopt load factor of 1-85 and yield stress = 2500 kg 1 em 2 _ ... determine the safe bearing capacity of the footing. as shown in Fig. {a) A steel beam ABC carrying working loads. Nq =42 and Ny =47. Calculate the minimum value of section modulus using plastic analysis.. 6.. 6 Given the following table.o~c-~ sot A + 1' ~ ~ ..c .f'--4m 1 3m-t-2m-. B and c. The water table is at 1 m below the ground surface and for Q>= 36°. which section would you suggest? 30 Section 3 Zxx (in cm ) ISMB 500 1809 ISMB 550 2360 ISMB 600 3060 ISWB 450 1558 ISWB 500 2092 ISWB 550 2724 ISWB 600 3540 ISWB 600H 3854 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 16 . (f) A 2 m wide strip footing is founded at a depth of 1-5 m below the ground level in a homogeneous bed of sand having unit weight= 18-5 kN I m 3 and angle of intemal friction <j> = 36°..f< Fig. 10 6. Nc= 60.

fti::t <ft Tit diRi<t>l 11. . <fiT :mq ~\$1!<t')? 30 qft~<.uJ "Cfil Sl>ll'l <t><ih. (q. qft-c-J<. Ple<t>l l(<t>i<t> >m: .:u<"if. B <i C 'R :u•.:m ABC ~ l. Nq = 42 3fR Ny . = 18 . 30tjm B SOt A~+ * '+-c t-4rn ~" 3m-f-2m+ ~6 -..:.. 10 6.~ <P = 36° t . 2(\$1' n~ fu<G:Fa "Cfil 51>41•• <t><if>.T~O.:. <:1 <til. [ P.. '>l<fi'l ~ mQl it 1·5 m -.. 'l1G ~ w:~ "ffiUT ~ "Wff <till >fm '>lcld<:i '>l<fi'l ~ ~ it 1 m -. 31.ow q. 5 kN 1m 3 3TR . ISMB 500 1809 ISMB 550 2360 ' . >m: !!01Cfi = 1 . ll) Zxx (cm3 .fti::t t I <P = 36° ~ fffit. A.§. Nc = 60.::. lO{Jqjq.<"'-1'\ <l'fuT.\$1 ~ (:flq) ~.. <ii'R-it qft.) ~ 6 ll fi':@<!l 'l<rr <t>l<i<t>l{l >m: "Cfil %"! Cfi{dl s... C-DTN-K-DFA/41 17 { . 47..lct ~ 1 qu>!<"!l~ i<l><<?l<. '"0d'"l liR <lit IJUHJ <till . . "if.fti::t Ur ~ ~ ('!'"li•fl ew< ll ~ ~ ~. ISMB 600 3060 ISWB 450 1558 ISWB 500 2092 ' ISWB 550 2724 ISWB 600 3540 ' ISWB 600H 38_54 . ("'~) ~ 2 m "<ll.fXIId m'1.. 8 5 3TR 1:f(Nq 5I Ri"lct = 2 500 kg 1 em 2 .

0·67 and 2·68 respectivel y. (a) A reinforced concrete slab 3·0 m x 3·0 m is simply supported on two parallel walls 30 em wide with a clear distance of 2 ·4 m between them. Note that available reinforcem ent bars are of 16 mm dia. (iii) Determine the magnitude and point of applicatio n of active thrust. 30 7. distribute d load of 3000 kg 1m 2 including finishes and impact load. C-DTN-K -DFA/41 18 .. 30 (b) A retaining wall with a smooth vertical backface has to retain a backfill of C. The surface of the backfill is horizontal and it has the following properties : y=18 k:N/m 3 . 1t carries a uniformly . (b) The moisture content. Each specimen should have a moisture content of 15% and a dry density of 1 ·6 g/ cc. Determine (i) the quantity of the given soil to be used for this purpose and (ii) the quantity of water to be mixed with it. Sketch the reinforcem ent. C=l5 kN/m 2 . void ratio and specific gravity of soil solids of a given soil mass are 10·5%. Design the slab using M-20 concrete and Fe-415 grade HYSD bars by working stress design method.<j) soil up to 5 m above GL. It is required to prepare three triaxial test specimens (diru:neter 3·75 em and height 7·5 em) from this soil mass. <j)=l2° Plot the distributio n of active earth (i) pressure on the walL (ii) Determine the depth of the zone of tension cracks.

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y~ 19 kNfm3 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 20 . Check the stability of the dam. (iv) Determine the intensity of a fictitious uniform surcharge which. The density of the masonry is 3 20 kN I m and coefficient of friction between the dam and soil is 0·55. is retaining water up to a height of 10 m. (a) A trapezoidal masonry darn. The water table is at 1 m below the surface: 0·00 Nav = 1 Very soft clay Cu ~ 6 kNfm2 y ~ 15 kNfm3 4·0 Nav = 8 Loose sand y. can prevent the formation of tension cracks. stiff Cu = 13·5 kNfm2 silty clay y ~ 16 kNjm3 32·0 Nav = 45 Dense sand 40·0 . 30 (b) The results of a soil investigation at a particular site are given below. 30 8. having 4 m top width. if placed over the backfill. The allowable compressive strength stress is 343 · 3 50 kN 1m 2 . 8 m bottom width and 12 m height.17 kNfm3 13·0 Nav = 7 Med. (v) Compute the resultant active thrust after placing the surcharge..

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. N=8 ' N=45 ' =109 and Nq =130] Any other data.~--------------------------. I Compute the safe capacity of a 500 mm diameter. 30 C-DTN-K-DFA/41 22 • . if required. can be assumed suitably.. 35 m long bored cast in situ pile.

. 30. [~ N = 8 cp = 28° J N = . m ~ 34~'ffi 11R ~ • "'T f! i"f> (1 ~ I . C-DTN-K-DFA/41 23 BS-600 . ' f="40° .5 "' . ~ '>j!. N y = 109 3fu: N q = 130 <i'li 3fu <rn. 500 rnm ~ <n<'ft Cl 35 m M'""li{ <n<'ft itf'tm ~-~ ~ 41'><'1 <tt w2tt ~ "?@ 3l!i"f><'l'l ~.'{j i. *** .

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16 6 I C-DTN-K-DFB I CIVIL ENGINEERING . The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question. CS liJJ\IN) ' EXAM. !41i'f ~: ~~if 1'f>f ~rtfl <"41"<1< W !FF1-'Pf it> fCigc?j 'lff crn. If any data is considered insufficient. No marks will be given for the anSlvers written in a JllediUn: other than that specified in the Admission Certificate. Answers must be written ·in the mediwn specified in the Admission Certificate issued to you. Paper II ITime Allowed : Three Hours II Maximum Marks : 300j INSTRUCTIONS Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.i4T ~I . Notations/tenns used have their ·usual meanings. which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space provided for the purpose. 2010 Sl. unless otherwise indicated. Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 wlzii:h are compulsory. and <my three of the remaining questions selecting at ieast · one question from each Section. No. Provide diagrams m the answer-book wherever necessary. assume suitable value and indicate the same clearly.

scraper and hoe. ·6 (ii) Mention the different bonds used in brick masonry and discuss m detail any two of them with figures.) . 6 (c) The following table gives the data for the duration and cost for each activity in a CPM network. Determine the optimum cost and the corresponding duration of the project. The indirect cost of the project is Rs. (i) Mention the functions of each of bulldozer. Note that only the indicated durations are permissible and no intermediate durations are permissible. 6 (b) . 12 C-DTN-K-DFB 2 (Contd. and the site and job specifics for their use m the construction sector. Answer any five of the following : (a) (i) What is the purpose of dressing of stones? Mention the different types of surface ·finishes employed m stone masonry construction and illustrate by figures any two finishes. Section 'A' 1. 6 (ii) What are the factors affecting the design and specifications of floor finish for residential rooms m a students'· hostel. 90/day.

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3 100 3-5 6 150 4 250.(ii) Extra widening of pavement (iii) Length of Transition cuJVe Also suggest the most suitable shape of cutve. .) . 1-2 5 60 4 90 1-3 7 150 5 25Q 1-5 9 ll5 7 175 2-3 3 30 2 60 2-4 . 4-5 4 100 2 24() (d) A 4-lane National Highway is passing through a built-up area. 12 • ·c-DTN-K-DFB 4 (Contd. Consi'der design speed as 80 kmph and length of wheel base of largest truck as 6·0 m. Design the following geometric features for a horizontal circular curve of radius 350·0 m · for this Highway. .r-------- Activity Normal Normal Crash Crash Duration Cost Duration Cost (days) (Rs. ' ·(i) Supe1elevation .) (days) (Rs.) · .3 100 .

-- fsi..1 Cfl<'11 {iii) 651i>!OI Cf!ili.aq'iffi "'~•1>RI .mr C11illd a.-.fi<.) .) . f. amll( <fiT <'lkll{ = 6·0 m 1lR i'fl {i) "lt!i'k"'l H (ii) W <it a!RIRm -. 12 · C-DTN-K-DFB 5 (Contd.tfifd ~ it .~ ~ fd '5I •ra '<ilR <rs~> if. !Hll '1 I ""l 'tl>l!Cfi I 'tl'll<6! a. 150 4 250 4-5 4 100 2 240 («) ~ ~ ~ q.. . ~<dl t' I ~'IQI>ll<f'R~350·0 m f?t"'ttl if. l-2 5 60 4 90 1-3 7 !50 5 250 1-5 9 115 7 175 2-3 3 30 2 60 2-4 3 100 3 100 3-5 6 .t ><1 "'41 ffl ffi"' -f<m1 ect• an Cf>T fis~l~ ~ I fis~l~'1 ~ = 80 kmph Cf ~"!~ ~ ?Cfl i!> q~4) if.n ~\$1·<'l· .r <1~14 'IQI•wf f.) (WIT) (l>.q 1<6(11q !H'U""i !rll .mr ct r•td (WIT) {li.. <fiT <'lkl!{ Cf5li <fiT~ .

following deflection angles were measured in running.} . N79°40'W AD S80°40'E (ii} The . 6 Line Observed bearings AB N46°lO'E BA S46°10'W BC S60°40'E CB N61°20'W CD Sl0°30'E DC N8°50'W DA .suspect local attraction ? Find the corrected bearings. (Contd.a traverse A-B-C-D- E-F-G - Station Deflection Angle A B 23°47'R c l8°19'L D 37°20'R E l5°38'R F l0°12'L G If the true bearing of AB is N62°18'E. calculate the -true bearings of . At what stations do you. - -•. 6 C-DTN-K-DFB 6 .the remaining sides. (e) (i) The following bearings were taken while running ·a compass traverse.

6 C-DTN-K-DFB 7 (Contd. c 18°!9'L D 37°20'R E L5°38'R F l0°!2'L G ~ AB C!iT ll"ll<f l?:'f'"ll"' N62°18'E ~ m o:tlcbl m ~ ~ <r<wf !?:if"! I~ :mn CfiU 1. .! ""1 rcr@r c6l 01 onir T!ir ~.T!ir 1 ~-~ wn. .(}l ~ H¥¥1 l?:<ttil"' f¥1.. Per~ ct>"llll A B 23°47'R . --------------- ( :s-} <i) ~ -<t>P'llfl ~ Sh>l if<flW'f q. atiC!ltful C!iT ~· C!iW ~? ~ f<:'fl"l I '1 'ifRf q..T 'R ~ .) . . AB N46°10'E BA S46°10'W BC S60°40'E CB N6l 0 20'W ·co Sl0°30'E DC N8°50'W DA N79°40'W AD S80°40'E (ii) ~ ~Sfi'l.. 'R (mlW'f if) A-B-C-0-E-F-G f. ~Fi'lll..'( I 6 m 9f&'la l?:"'>i 1'1 .

cost by 0 4 8 13 18 24 30 37 45 54 66 82 100 LSS . H.Units of money End of J\. Values rounded to integers . Length of each rail is 12·8 m. Railway track of lO·O km length. cost build up in "units of money" as by (i) ESS and (ii) LSS have both been separately estimated as under . --------------. and B. What would be the excess interest involved on the project cost as on completion date if ESS were adopted in preference to LSS ? Adopt "a month" as the unit time for this evaluation. 6 (ii) Mention the relative merits and demerits of F. Consider 1·2% p.-------.for both schedules. compoundable monthly for the evaluation.) . -Calculate the number of sleepers required for con- structing a B. ·given the sleeper density as n + 7. 20 C-DTN-K-DFB 8 (Contd. 6 2. F.1onth 0 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 l I 12 No. . (a) A project of 12 months implementation dura- tion has been planned and the cumulative. (f) (i) Define sleeper density. G. rails.with the cost build up starting from "zero" at "zero" time and summating to 100 units of money at the end of the project duration . cost by 0 23 43 58 69 77 84 89 93 96 98 99 100 ESS Cum.m. Cum.

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Calculate the cumulative number of standard axles to be carried during ·the design life of (i) 15 years and (ii) . F.= 4·5 Lane Distribution factor = 0·75 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 10 (Contd.) . .·. (b) (i) Design and sketch the tie bars for a cement concrete pavement for a longi- tudinal joint using following data : Slab Thickness = 33 em Lane width = 3·5 m Coefficient of friction = 1· 5 Density of concrete= 2400 kg/m3 Allowable· tensile stress in plain bars = 1250 kg/cm2 Allowable tensile stress in deformed bars .10 years in terms of msa taking the following data : Initial traffic in each direction = 5600 CV I day Design CBR of subgrade soil = 6·0% Traffic Growth rate = 8·0%. D. = 2000 kg/cm 2 Allowable bond stress for plain bars = 17·5 kg/cm2 Allowable bond stress for deformed bars = 24·6 kg/cm2 10. V. (ii) It is proposed to widen an existing 2~1ane State Highway Section to a 4-lane divi<led road. .

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. Terminal Station (b) Gravity yard. 5 (iii) What are the qualities of a good building stone? 5 (b) (i) Enlist and sketch different .) . discuss separately. 5 (iii) Differentiate between the two items m each of (a) and (b) : . types of pavement markings and explain their significance for safe rraffic operation. Hump yard 10 3. (b) coupled roof. the objectives of building bye-Jaws? • 5 (ii) Mention the ·factors affecting the selection of site for any general type of building. 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 12 (Contd. and (c) collar roof. (a) Junction. (a) (i) Describe in detail the procedure for carrying out plastering in cement mortar on new ·and also old wall. (c) (i) What are . 10 (ii) Briefly illustrate the details of (a) lean- to-roof.

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giving data on speeds of subsidiary ·streams with the volume of traffic on each subsidiary stream.) . Speed Volume of in km/hour subsidiary stream in vehicle/hour 2-5 01 . Calculate time-mean speed and space-mean speed. 10 . 6-9 04 10-13 00 14-17 07 18-21 20 22-25 44 26-29 80 30-33 82 34-37 79 38-41 49 42-45 36 46-49 26 50-53 09 54-57 10 58-61 03 C-DTN-K-DFB 14 (Contd.--------------------------------------------------------------~ (ii) Speed observations from a radar speed meter are given below.

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l0 (ii) Name the principal varieties of earth- moving machinery.I (c) (i) (a) How does the water cement ratio affect the strength of concrete ? 5 (b) Mention the causes of failures of reinforced concrete structures. 5 (ii) Two pegs A and B were 750 m apart across a wide river. The following readings were taken with the same levelling instrument : Level Station Readings on A B A 1·543 2·847 B 1-422 2·622 The error in the collimation adjustment of the level was + 0·002 m per 100 m. 10 4. and discuss the specific uses of any two of them. (a) (i) Discuss in detail the principles of site and office organisations in building industry. lO C-DTN-K-DFB 16 (Contd.) . Determi{le the true difference of level between A and B and the extent of refrac- tion correction.

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The photograph stze is 23 em x 23 em. if longitudinal overlap is 60% and the side overlap is 30%.) .0 x 105 kg/cm2 Pavement thickness = 180 mm Poisson's ratio = 0·15 Modulus of subgrade · reaction = 6. lO (ii) The scale of a photograph is 1·0 em to 100 m. lO (c) (i) What is masonry work ? Name different kinds of masonry and mention the principles to be observed in stone masonry exposed walls construction. edge. (b) (i) Calculate the load stresses at interior.0 kg/cm3 Radius of contact area· =l5cm lO (ii) Discuss the requirements of materials. other conditions remaining same. Determine the number of· photographs required to cover an area of 15 km x lO km. 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 18 (Contd. plants and equipment and the adoptable construction steps for Built-up spray Grout. and .comer regions of a cement concrete pavement using Westergaard's stress equations using the following data: Design wheel load = 5100 kg Modulus of Elasticity of concrete = 3.

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during different periods is given as follows : Time 0-3 3-6 6-9 9-12 12-15 15-18 18-21 21-24 br. 12 C-DTN-K-DFB 20 (Contd. and.. Thml Demand 9000 10000 12000 18000 14000 12000 I llOOO 11000 in lines Determine the balancing capacity of a service reservoir. .method of flow computation in a . explain why not? 12 (b) Explain the mutually interfering roles of post- jump height at a diversion headwork and normal depth of flow in the downstream channel. the· delivery rate being constant.) . the Muskingham method can be realigned into the concept of lj stage slope. river reach ? If not. how. if pumping is done in blocks of 24 ~ours. if so. The demand of water. Answer any five out pf the following : :I (a) Explain if.. 12 (c) A small town with a population of 1000 persons is to be supplied water at 96 lpcd. -----------l ' Section 'B' ~ 5. 12 (d) Draw a neat sketch of a service pipe connection explaining the functioning and requirements of the vanous parts in the connection.

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Sketch (illustrating all resultant effects) the possible flow net diagram in each of the three cases . Assume a detention. 20 . The pond is to be 1·2 m deep. period of 6 days and BOD of sewage as 300 mg/l. list the various sources of water pollution along with the major characteristics of each of the stated source. What is the significance of residual chlorine ? 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 22 (Contd. Explain break-point chlorination with a neat sketch explaining the types of chlorine form available in the various stages of the break-point curve. (e) Determine the BOD loading of an oxidation pond used for treating the domestic sewage of 20. (a) Consider the foHowing three mutually exclusive options of providing a cut-off under a weir with aprons on a permeable bed : {i) one only on the upstream end of the apron (ii) one only under the toe of the weir (iii) one only at the extreme downstream end of the apron.) .000 persons when the water supply demand is 100 litres per capita per day. (b) (i) Differentiate between super-chlorination and break-point chlorination. 12 (f) Stating a use-oriented definition of water pollution. 12 6.showing four of the flowlines nearest to the weir-cum-cutoff construction.

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State clearly any other assumptio~s needed to be invoked.) . 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 24 (Contd.day. (ii) Describe the step-by-step procedure used for backwashing of a rapid sand filter.000 litres daily contribution of industrial wastes containing 1000 rng/litre of suspended solids on the assumption that the contribution of suspended solids is 50 gm per capita per day. What is the significance of the backwash time and backwash velocity? 10 · (c) (i) What is Darcy's coefficient of permea- bility ? How is it determined? Draw the necessary sketches. (b) 80. I0 (ii) ·Estimate the population equivalent for each of (a) combined system for 2000 prsons having 100 gm per capita daily BOD on the assumption that the contribution of BOD IS 75 gm per capita per .

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•·. } m 10m :::• .. gr. Use n as 0·012 in the Manning's formula.L.. Take uplift factor as 0· 7. No ice..J.. · ~---~-~D-4__41~-~~~~~~~!---.000.2"'lm~• ·.~1 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 26 (Contd. (a) -~ W. 20 (b) (i) What will be the diameter of a circular sewer to carry a sewage discharge of 0·624 m3/s when flowing full at a slope of 10 in 10. 7.-::-g-.f..(-~'--. • • 26m A part of a solid gravity dam (sp.. what would be the dis- charge and velocity if the proportionate depth is held at 0·4 ? Use the table given herewith. Draw a tabular statement for analysis of forces at a horizontal section 26 m below water level. wind or seismic forces need to be considered. 10 (ii) In this sewer. ---.) ..t-. of mass concrete = 2'64) is shown in its cross-section.

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Also explain the implications if heavy metals are present in concentrations above their ' permissible levels.with reasons therefor. with adequate free board. (c)· (i) Write a note on river training in the context of river pollution control at river banks through a typical Indian city. 10 (i i) Explain the meaning of "sustainable development" and its role in project planning. Sketch the shear stress distribution on the wetted perimeter. Also discuss the appropriate- ness cif the "separate. shear stresses on each of the side slopes and on the bed . and 11 = 0·012. How can it be evaluated and represented ? What are the factors that significantly affect the self- purifying abilities of a stream ? lO S. system of sewerage" in India. with depth of flow being_l·2 m. 20 (b) {i) Enumerate and aiscuss the various factors that play a role in estimating the per capita demand of water supply. (a) Consider a trapezoidal rigid boundary · channel of 3 m base width with side slopes t lh to v. 10 (ii) Discuss the phenomenon of self- purification of streams.) . 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 28 (Contd. if both are so possible. Explain the facts of zero · and maximum.

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(c) (i) How would the radial flow in an open well be determined under steady state flow conditions when the aquifer is (a) unconfined. lO C-DTN-K-DFB 30 ' . and (b) confined? 10 (ii} Write short notes on each of : (l) Reflux Valve (2) Air~Relief Valve (3) Expansion joint in a water supply distribution system.

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Sketch (illustrating all resultant effects) the possible flow net diagram in each of the three cases . Assume a detention. 20 . The pond is to be 1·2 m deep. period of 6 days and BOD of sewage as 300 mg/l. list the various sources of water pollution along with the major characteristics of each of the stated source. What is the significance of residual chlorine ? 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 22 (Contd. Explain break-point chlorination with a neat sketch explaining the types of chlorine form available in the various stages of the break-point curve. (e) Determine the BOD loading of an oxidation pond used for treating the domestic sewage of 20. (a) Consider the foHowing three mutually exclusive options of providing a cut-off under a weir with aprons on a permeable bed : {i) one only on the upstream end of the apron (ii) one only under the toe of the weir (iii) one only at the extreme downstream end of the apron.) .000 persons when the water supply demand is 100 litres per capita per day. (b) (i) Differentiate between super-chlorination and break-point chlorination. 12 (f) Stating a use-oriented definition of water pollution. 12 6.showing four of the flowlines nearest to the weir-cum-cutoff construction.

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State clearly any other assumptio~s needed to be invoked.) . 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 24 (Contd.day. (ii) Describe the step-by-step procedure used for backwashing of a rapid sand filter.000 litres daily contribution of industrial wastes containing 1000 rng/litre of suspended solids on the assumption that the contribution of suspended solids is 50 gm per capita per day. What is the significance of the backwash time and backwash velocity? 10 · (c) (i) What is Darcy's coefficient of permea- bility ? How is it determined? Draw the necessary sketches. (b) 80. I0 (ii) ·Estimate the population equivalent for each of (a) combined system for 2000 prsons having 100 gm per capita daily BOD on the assumption that the contribution of BOD IS 75 gm per capita per .

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•·. } m 10m :::• .. gr. Use n as 0·012 in the Manning's formula.L.. Take uplift factor as 0· 7. No ice..J.. · ~---~-~D-4__41~-~~~~~~~!---.000.2"'lm~• ·.~1 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 26 (Contd. (a) -~ W. 20 (b) (i) What will be the diameter of a circular sewer to carry a sewage discharge of 0·624 m3/s when flowing full at a slope of 10 in 10. 7.-::-g-.f..(-~'--. • • 26m A part of a solid gravity dam (sp.. what would be the dis- charge and velocity if the proportionate depth is held at 0·4 ? Use the table given herewith. Draw a tabular statement for analysis of forces at a horizontal section 26 m below water level. wind or seismic forces need to be considered. 10 (ii) In this sewer. ---.) ..t-. of mass concrete = 2'64) is shown in its cross-section.

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Also explain the implications if heavy metals are present in concentrations above their ' permissible levels.with reasons therefor. with adequate free board. (c)· (i) Write a note on river training in the context of river pollution control at river banks through a typical Indian city. 10 (i i) Explain the meaning of "sustainable development" and its role in project planning. Sketch the shear stress distribution on the wetted perimeter. Also discuss the appropriate- ness cif the "separate. shear stresses on each of the side slopes and on the bed . and 11 = 0·012. How can it be evaluated and represented ? What are the factors that significantly affect the self- purifying abilities of a stream ? lO S. system of sewerage" in India. with depth of flow being_l·2 m. 20 (b) {i) Enumerate and aiscuss the various factors that play a role in estimating the per capita demand of water supply. (a) Consider a trapezoidal rigid boundary · channel of 3 m base width with side slopes t lh to v. 10 (ii) Discuss the phenomenon of self- purification of streams.) . 10 C-DTN-K-DFB 28 (Contd. if both are so possible. Explain the facts of zero · and maximum.

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(c) (i) How would the radial flow in an open well be determined under steady state flow conditions when the aquifer is (a) unconfined. lO C-DTN-K-DFB 30 ' . and (b) confined? 10 (ii} Write short notes on each of : (l) Reflux Valve (2) Air~Relief Valve (3) Expansion joint in a water supply distribution system.

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