You are on page 1of 5

Congratulations

Your score was 6 out of a possible 10 . You are a Reinforced concrete


Apprentice!

Question 1: The relative cross-sectional ________ of steel required for typical


reinforced concrete is usually quite small and varies from 1% for most beams
and slabs to 6% for some columns.
Your Answer: Area
Correct!

Question 2: The minimum concrete cover is normally regulated by design or


________.
Your Answer: Construction
Wrong. Should have been Building code

Question 3: It was greatly used after ________ for making precast concrete
objects.
Your Answer: World War II
Correct!

Question 4: due to ________) will break the microscopic rigid lattice resulting
in cracking and separation of the concrete.
Your Answer: Bending
Correct!

Question 5: Some experimeters have had promising early results with


________, but the material is still far too expensive for any building.
Your Answer: Fullerene
Wrong. Should have been Carbon nanotube

Question 6: Chlorides, including ________, can promote the corrosion of


embedded steel rebar if present in sufficient concentration.
Your Answer: Sodium carbonate
Wrong. Should have been Sodium chloride

Question 7: First, the ________ of concrete is similar to that of steel,


eliminating internal stresses due to differences in thermal expansion or
contraction.
Your Answer: Coefficient of thermal expansion
Correct!

Question 8: It was once common for ________ to be used as an admixture to


promote rapid set-up of the concrete.
Your Answer: Ammonium chloride
Wrong. Should have been Calcium chloride

Question 9: Reinforced concrete can encompass many types of structures and


components, including slabs, walls, beams, ________, foundations, frames and
more.
Your Answer: Column
Correct!

Question 10: One method of testing a structure for carbonation is to ________ a fresh
hole in the surface and then treat the cut surface with phenolphthalein indicator solution.
Your Answer: Drill
Correct!

Your score was 6 out of a possible 10 . You are a Reinforced concrete


Apprentice!

Question 1: The relative cross-sectional ________ of steel required for typical


reinforced concrete is usually quite small and varies from 1% for most beams
and slabs to 6% for some columns.
Your Answer: Area
Correct!

Question 2: The minimum concrete cover is normally regulated by design or


________.
Your Answer: Construction
Wrong. Should have been Building code

Question 3: It was greatly used after ________ for making precast concrete
objects.
Your Answer: World War II
Correct!

Question 4: due to ________) will break the microscopic rigid lattice resulting
in cracking and separation of the concrete.
Your Answer: Bending
Correct!

Question 5: Some experimeters have had promising early results with


________, but the material is still far too expensive for any building.
Your Answer: Fullerene
Wrong. Should have been Carbon nanotube
Question 6: Chlorides, including ________, can promote the corrosion of
embedded steel rebar if present in sufficient concentration.
Your Answer: Sodium carbonate
Wrong. Should have been Sodium chloride

Question 7: First, the ________ of concrete is similar to that of steel,


eliminating internal stresses due to differences in thermal expansion or
contraction.
Your Answer: Coefficient of thermal expansion
Correct!

Question 8: It was once common for ________ to be used as an admixture to


promote rapid set-up of the concrete.
Your Answer: Ammonium chloride
Wrong. Should have been Calcium chloride

Question 9: Reinforced concrete can encompass many types of structures and


components, including slabs, walls, beams, ________, foundations, frames and
more.
Your Answer: Column
Correct!

Question 10: One method of testing a structure for carbonation is to ________ a fresh
hole in the surface and then treat the cut surface with phenolphthalein indicator solution.
Your Answer: Drill
Correct!

Your score was 3 out of a possible 6 . You are a Structural engineering


Apprentice!

Question 1: What does the following picture show?

Your Answer: A [a href=/Statically determinate title=Statically determinate


class=mw-redirect]statically determinate[/a] simply supported beam, bending
under an evenly distributed load.
Correct!
Question 2: It is the branch of structural engineering that is close to ________.
Your Answer: Architectural theory
Wrong. Should have been Architecture

Question 3: ________ (supported at one end only with a fixed connection)


Your Answer: Cantilever bridge
Wrong. Should have been Cantilever

Question 4: To apply the knowledge successfully a structural engineer will need


a detailed knowledge of ________ and of relevant empirical and theoretical
design codes.
Your Answer: Set theory
Wrong. Should have been Mathematics

Question 5: Structural Engineering Institute, an institute of the ________


Your Answer: United States
Wrong. Should have been American Society of Civil Engineers

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

Your Answer: The 630 foot (192 m) high, stainless-clad (type 304) [a
href=/Jefferson National Expansion Memorial#The Gateway Arch
title=Jefferson National Expansion Memorial]Gateway Arch[/a] in [a
href=/Saint Louis, Missouri title=Saint Louis, Missouri class=mw-redirect]Saint
Louis, Missouri[/a]
Wrong. Should have been

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

Your Answer: An [a href=/Airbus A380 title=Airbus A380]Airbus A380[/a], the


worlds largest passenger airliner
Correct!

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

Your Answer: [a href=/Little Belt Bridge title=Little Belt Bridge][i]Little


Belt[/i][/a]: a [a href=/Truss bridge title=Truss bridge]truss bridge[/a] in [a
href=/Denmark title=Denmark]Denmark[/a]
Correct!

Question 9: Now, the most powerful and budgetary tool of the ________ is base
isolation which pertains to the passive structural vibration control technologies.
Your Answer: Structural engineering
Wrong. Should have been Earthquake engineering

Question 10: Plates are understood by using ________, but due to the
complexity involved they are most often designed using a codified empirical
approach, or computer analysis.
Your Answer: Fluid mechanics
Wrong. Should have been Continuum mechanics

These quizzes are similar. Try one now!


• Building services engineering quiz
• Transport quiz
• Environmental Engineering Science quiz
• Mining quiz
• Mechanical engineering quiz
• Materials science quiz
• Engineering quiz
• Metallurgy quiz
• Construction quiz
• Civil engineering quiz