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REVIEW NOTES FOR MATERIALS ENGINEER

1. a. b. c. 2. a. b. c. 3. a. b. c. DETERMINES THE HARDNESS PROPERTY OF COURSE AGGREGATE. CBR ABRASION TEST COMPACTION USE TO EVALUATE THE POTENTIAL STRENGTH OF SOIL/AGGREGATES. COMPACTION ABRASION TEST CBR GIVES AN INDICATION OF CLAY CONTENT IN SOIL. LIQUID LIMIT PLASTICITY INDEX PLASTIC LIMIT

4. INCREASES THE SHEARING STRENGTH OF AGGREGATES OF ANY SIZE, SHAPE AND GRADATION. a. CBR b. MORTAR STRENGTH c. COMPACTION 5. a. b. c. 6. a. b. c. WHAT IS CONCRETE DEPOSITED IN WATER. CLASS P S CLASS AA THE RECOMMENDED THICKNESS OF HOT MIX ASPHALT OVERLAY. 2-4 inches 3-5 inches 3-6 inches

7. NEW TYPE OF WATER-REDUCING ADMIXTURES USED TO PRODUCE FLOWING CONCRETE. a. PLASTICIZERS b. SUPER-PLASTICIZERS c. RETARDERS 8. THE WEARING AWAY OF PAVEMENT SURFACE CAUSED BY DISLODGING OF AGGREGATE. a. CORRUGATION b. RAVELING c. SHOVING 9. a. b. c. A FORM OF PLASTIC MOVEMENT TYPIFIED BY RIPPLES. CORRUGATION RAVELING SHOVING

10. A FORM OF PLASTIC MOVEMENT RESULTING IN LOCALIZED BULGING OF THE PAVEMENT. a. CORRUGATION b. RAVELING c. SHOVING

11. LONGITUDINAL SURFACE DEPRESSION IN THE WHEEL PATHS. a. CORRUGATION b. RUTTING c. RAVELING 12. THE UPWARD MOVEMENT IN AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT RESULTING IN THE FORMATION OF FILM OF THE ASPHALT SURFACE. a. SHOVING b. BLEEDING c. CUTTING 13. ARE MIXTURES OF ASPHALT CEMENT AND WATER WITH EMULSIFYING AGENT a. PETROLIUM b. ASPHALT EMULSION c. LIQUID ASPHALT 14. EMULSIFIED ASPHALT WHICH WORKS BETTER WITH WET AGGREGATES. a. ANIONIC EMULSION b. CATIONIC EMULSION c. TAR 15. ACCEPTS GREATER COMPRESSIVE STRESS THAN SUB-GRADE AND THUS REDUCE THE DEFORMATION OF THE PAVEMENT UNDER TRAFFIC LOADING. a. SUB-GRADE b. SUB-BASE c. BASE COURSE 16. REDUCES THE VERTICAL COMPRESSIVE STRESS INDUCED BY TRAFFIC IN THE SUB-GRADE & SUB-BASE. a. SUB-GRADE b. SUB-BASE c. BASE COURSE 17. IS THE CHIEF LOAD BEARING ELEMENTS OF A GRAVEL ROAD? a. SUB-GRADE b. BASE/SUB-BASE COURSE c. EMBANKMENT 18. THE CONSISTENCY OF THE CONCRETE MIXTURE IS CHECKED BY THIS TEST. a. CYLINDER TEST b. BEAM TEST c. SLUMP TEST

19. SLUMP OF CONCRETE DEPOSITED IN WATER. a. BET 20-30 CM b. BET 10-20 CM c. BET 10-40 CM 20. THE MINIMUM CEMENT CONTENT OF CONCRETE DEPOSITED IN WATER. a. 390 kg/cu.m

b. 400 kg/cu.m. c. 500 kg/cu.m. 21. THE MAXIMUM TIME NEEDED TO COMPACT STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (USE OF VIBRATOR). a. 30 sec. b. 20 sec. c. 15 sec. 22. THE MINIMUM TIME NEEDED TO REMOVE FORMS FOR BEAMS, GIRDERS, FRAMES & ARCHES. a. 15 days b. 14 days c. 7 days 23. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF TAR WHEN IT IS USED IN THE BITUMINOUS MIXTURE. a. 70-107 degrees b. 60-107 degrees c. 50-107 degrees 24. THE BITUMINOUS MATERIAL COMMONLY USED IN ITEM 310. a. EMULSIFIED ASPHALT b. ASPHALT CEMENT c. TAR 25. THIS ITEM CONSISTS OF PREPARING AND TREATING AN AGGREGATE BASE COURSE PREPARATORY TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE BITUMINOUS SURFACE COURSE. a. BITUMINOUS SEAL COAT b. BITUMINOUS PRIME COAT c. BITUMINOUS TACK COAT 26. THIS ITEM CONSISTS OF PREPARING AND TREATING AN EXISTING BITUMINOUS OR CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT SURFACE WITH BITUMINOUS MATERIAL. a. BITUMINOUS SEAL COAT b. BITUMINOUS PRIME COAT c. BITUMINOUS TACK COAT 27. CONSIST OF APPLICATION OF BITUMINOUS MATERIAL WITH OR W/O APPLICATION OF AGGREGATE ON AN EXISTING BITUMINOUS SURFACE COURSE. a. BITUMINOUS SEAL COAT b. BITUMINOUS PRIME COAT c. BITUMINOUS TACK COAT

28. MIXING TIME WHEN CONCRETE IS MIXED IN A CONTROLLED MIXING PLANT. a. 40-90 sec. b. 50-90 sec. c. 45-90 sec. 29. TEST CONDUCTED FOR BUILDING THREE STORIES AND ABOVE. a. TEST PITTING b. SOIL EXPLORATION c. BORING TEST REQUIRED REVOLUTION OF CONCRETE MIXER.

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a. 5-6 rpm b. 4-6 rpm c. 3-6 rpm 31. REFERS TO THE PROCESS OF MIXING TEST TO DETERMINE THE DEGREE OF COMPLIANCE OF DELIVERED OR CONSTRUCTED MATERIALS WITH THE SPECIFICATION. a. MATERIALS TESTING b. SAMPLING c. INSPECTION REPORT 32. WEIGHT PER MASS VOLUME WHERE THE STRENGHT OF STRUCTURE IS DEPENDENT. a. VOLUME OF SOIL b. MASS OF SOIL c. DENSITY OF SOIL 33. A TEST TO DETERMINE MOISTURE CONTENT OF SOIL. a. CALCIUM CHLORIDE b. CALCIUM CARBIDE c. CALCIUM TRI-CHLORIDE

34. THE AMOUNT OF LIME TO BE ADDED IN ITEM 204 (PORTLAND CEMENT STABILIZED ROAD MIX) a. 5-10 mass% b. 6-10 mass% c. 8-10 mass% 35. PROCESS THAT DETERMINES ASPHALT CONTENT. a. DISTILLATION b. EXTRACTION c. MARSHALL STABILITY TEST

36. DETERMINES THE PROPORTION OF INGREDIENTS THAT WILL PRODUCE CONCRETE OF WORKABILITY. a. JOB MIX b. SLUMP TEST c. DESIGN MIX 37. KIND OF ASPHALT USED IN OVERLAYING SEATED PAVEMENT. a. PENETRATION b. HOT MIX ASPHALT c. COLD MIX ASPHALT

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IS THE RUNNING SURFACE OF THE ROAD EXCEPT SHOULDERS. a. BASE b. SUB-BASE c. PAVEMENT MINIMUM WIDTH OF PAVEMENT SIDEWALK. a. 1.5 meters b. 1.0 meters c. 0.60 meters

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40. IS THE BASIS OF ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF ANY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS? a. INSPECTION REPORT b. QUALITY CONTROL ASSURANCE c. MATERIALS TEST REPORT

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DEPTH OF WEAKEND PLANE JOINT. a. 50 mm b. 25 mm c. 40 mm ITEM a. ITEM b. ITEM c. ITEM NO. OF PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT. 301 405 311

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43. THE MONHTLY STATUS REPORT IS SUBMITTED TO DPWH ON OR BEFORE. a. 7TH DAY OF THE MONTH b. 15TH DAY OF THE MONTH c. 5TH DAY OF THE MONTH 44. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED COMPRESSIVE STRENGHT OF CONCRETE SHALL BE BASED ON a. 14TH DAY TEST b. 28TH DAY TEST c. 7TH DAY TEST 45. WHAT IS THE DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN COURSE & FINE AGGREGATES? a. 2.36 mm b. 2.00 mm c. 0.075 mm 46. SERVES AS LOAD TRANSFER DEVICE HELD IN POSITION PARALLEL TO THE SURFACE OF THE SLAB. a. TIE BARS b. DOWELS c. TEMPERATURE BARS 47. THE DEPTH OF CORRUGATION IN THE SURFACE OF PAVEMENT AFTER BROOMING. a. 1 mm b. 2 mm c. 1.5 mm 48. THE FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BEAM SAMLE WHEN TESTED @ THIRD POINT METHOD. a. 4.5 Mpa b. 3.5 Mpa c. 3.8 Mpa 49. THE PROPORTION OF MORTAR MIXES FOR GROUTED RIPRAP. a. 1 part cement/2 parts sand b. 1 part sand/2 parts cement c. 1 part cement/3 parts sand

50. SAND USED TO MEASURE THE VOLUME OF TEST HOLE IN FIELD DENSITY TEST. a. CALIBRATED SAND b. FINE SAND c. BEACH SAND 51. OVEN DRYING TEMPERATURE FOR MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION. a. 107 degrees

b. 110 degrees c. 105 degrees 52. WHAT IS THE AIR DRYING TEMPERATURE a. 50 degrees b. 60 degrees c. 70 degrees TESTS CONDUCTED IN THE FIELD FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION. a. FIELD DENSITY TEST b. SLUMP TEST c. ALL OF THE ABOVE PLASTICITY INDEX FOR ITEM 310 NOT EXCEED a. not to exceed 6 b. not to exceed 5 c. not exceed 4 ROLLING OF SURFACE FOR ITEM 310 BEGINS FROM THE a. SIDES TOWARDS THE CENTER b. CENTER TOWARDS THE SIDES c. ALONG CENTER TO END HOW CAN WE ELIMINATE SU-BASE DURING CONSTRUCTION? a. WHEN CBR IS GREATER THAN 20% b. WHEN CBR IS GREATER THAN 25% c. WHEN CBR IS GREATER THAN 80%

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57. THE REQUIRED THICKNESS OF MATERIALS THAT MAY BE SPREAD AND COMPACTED IN LAYER. a. 200 mm b. 300 mm c. 150 mm

58. PREVENTS EARLY EVAPORATION OF WATER WHICH WILL PRODUCE THERMAL CRACKS ON THE STRUCTURE. a. USE RETARDERS b. CURING METHOD c. INCREASING WATER CONTENT 59. PENETRATION GRADE FOR SEALING ASPHALT a. 50-60 b. 40-60 c. 60-70

60. IF SOIL TYPE IN ITEM 200 IS NON-PLASTIC, WHAT TYPE OF TEST IS PERFORMED? a. HYDROMETER TEST b. SHRINKAGE LIMIT TEST c. LIQUID LIMIT TEST 61. WHAT IS DONE IF SAMPLE PASSING # 200 SIEVES IS 95%? a. HYDROMETER TEST b. SHRINKAGE LIMIT TEST c. LIQUID LIMIT TEST 62. REQUIRED BORING IN LARGE BUILDINGS a. ONE HOLE AT EACH CORNER ONLY b. ONE HOLE AT EACH CORNER AND ONE AT CENTER

c. FIVES HOLES AT RANDOM 63. A CONCRETE WHERE COMPRESSION IS INDUCED BEFORE APPLICATION OF WORKING LOAD SO THAT TENSION UNDER THESE LOADS IS REDUCED. a. post-tensioning b. pre-stressing c. pre-tensioning 64. MINIMUM THICKNESS REQUIREMENT FOR COMPACTION PER LAYER. (loose) a. 200 mm b. 300 mm c. 150 mm 65. A CEMENT WHICH HAS CEMENTITOUS EFFECT a. PORTLAND CEMENT b. POZZOLANIC CEMENT c. BITUMINOUS CEMENT 66. MINIMUM DIAMETER OF CORE FOR THICKNESS DETERMINATION a. 150 mm b. 200 mm c. 100 mm 67. CONSIST OF WORK ELEMENTS CARRIED OUT WHICH CONTRIBUTE TO THE QUALITY CONTROL. a. MATERIALS TESTING b. QUALITY ASSURANCE WORK c. MONTHLY MATERIALS REPORT 68. SUMMARY OF ALL FIELD CONTROL TESTS SUBMITTED MONHTLY BY THE CONTRACTOR. a. MATERIALS TESTING b. QUALITY ASSURANCE WORK c. MONTHLY MATERIALS REPORT 69. LIMIT OF WATER-CEMENT RATIO FOR CONCRETE a. 0.60-0.70 b. 0.50-0.55 c. 0.50-0.60 70. CONCRETE PILE CAST IN PLACE BY REMOVING THE SOIL FIRST BY DRILLING & FILL VOIDS WITH CONCRETE. a. PILE DRIVING b. DRILLED PILE c. BORED PILE 71. TWO (2) MAJOR COMPONENTS OF CONCRETE a. WATER AND CEMENT b. CEMENT AND AGGREGATES c. PASTE AND AGGREGATES 72. MINIMUM NUMBER OF CONCRETE CYLINDER SAMPLES FOR EVERY 75 CU.M. OF CONCRETE. a. ONE SET OF TWO b. ONE SET OF THREE c. ONLY ONE SAMPLE 73. BASE OR SUB-BASE IS EXTENDED BEYOND EACH EDGE OF PROPOSED CONCRETE.

a. 1.0 METER b. 0.50 METER c. 0.60 METER 74. MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CLASS B CONCRETE a. 2500 PSI b. 2400 PSI c. 2000 PSI 75. TRANSVRESE CONTRACTION JOINT IS ALSO CALLED a. EXPANSION JOINT b. CONSTRUCTION JOINT c. WEAKEND PLANE JOINT 76. MAXIMUM LIMIT OF TIME FOR VIBRATOR TO BE OPERATED IN ONE LOCATION. a. 20 SEC. b. 10 SEC. c. 15 SEC. 77. TYPE OF BAR PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO THE LONGITUDINAL JOINT. a. DOWEL b. DEFORMED TIE BARS c. ROUND STEEL BARS

78. FORMS SHALL REMAIN UNDISTURBED FOR NOT LESS THAN a. 48 hrs. b. 12 hrs. c. 24 hrs. 79. NUMBER OF BAGS OF CEMENT SUBJECT TO QUALITY TEST a. 10,000 b. 5,000 c. 2,000 80. GRADING TEST OF FINE AGGREGATES IS REQUIRED FOR EVERY ______CU.M. a. 1500 CU.M. b. 75 CU.M. c. 300 CU.M. 81. MINIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS CONCRETE PAVEMENT IS OPENED TO TRAFFIC a. 7 DAYS b. 28 DAYS c. 14 DAYS 82. MAXIMUM WIDTH OF THE WEAKEND PLANE JOINT a. 10 mm b. 6 mm c. 8 mm 83. CONCRETE PAVEMENT IS ACCEPTED IF NO INDIVIDUAL STRENGTH TEST RESULT IS DEFICIENT BY MORE THAN a. 20% b. 25% c. 15%

84. ITEM OF CONCRETE WORK IS NOT PAID IF DEFICIENCY IN STRENGTH OF CONCRETE SPECIMEN IS MORE THAN a. 15% b. 20% c. 25% 85. CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO TEST IS PERFORMED IF QUALITY OF SOIL/BASE COURSES IS a. 2000 CU.M b. 2500 CU.M c. 1500 CU.M 86. IN ITEM 104, AT LEAST ONE GROUP OF IN SITU-DENSITY IS PERFOMED FOR EVERY a. 300 SQ.M b. 500 SQ.M c. 150 SQ.M 87. BITUMINOUS PRIME COAT IS TESTED FOR EVERY 40 TONS OR a. 100 DRUMS b. 200 DRUMS c. 150 DRUMS

88. RATE OF SPREADING BITUMINOUS TACK IS a. 0.2 TO 0.7 LITERS/SQ.M b. 0.2 TO 0.5 LITERS/SQ.M c. 0.2 TO 0.8 LITERS/SQ.M 89. AMOUNT OF CEMENT SENT TO LABORATORY FOR STRENGTH DETERMINATION. a. 40 KG b. 20 KG c. 10 KG 90. QUANTITY OF CHB SENT TO LABORATORY FOR STRENGTH DETERMINATION a. 10 UNITS b. 12 UNITS c. 3 UNITS 91. LENGTH OF REINFORCING BARS SENT TO LABORATORY FOR TENSILE STRENGTH DETERMINATION a. 1 METER b. 0.60 METER c. 0.50 METER 92. DETERMINES THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF HYDRUALIC CEMENT AND OTHER MORTARS. a. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH b. MORTAR STRENGTH TEST c. INITIAL SETTING 93. DIAMETER OF CAST- IRON OR STEEL SPHERES USED IN ABRASION TEST a. 45 mm b. 36.8 mm c. 46.8 mm 94. WHAT IS THE WEIGHT OF EACH SPHERE a. BET 300 TO 400 g

b. BET 390 TO 455 g c. BET 290 TO 450 g 95. IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIQUID LIMIT AND PLASTIC LIMIT a. MOISTURE CONTENT b. PLASTICITY INDEX c. DRY DENSITY 96. AMONT OF SAMPLE USED TO DETERMINE SHRINKAGE LIMIT a. About 5 g b. About 20 g c. About 30 g 97. INVOLVES THE APPLICATION OF ENERGY AND ADDITION OF WATER AS LUBRICANT a. densification b. compaction c. CBR

98. THE BEHAVIOR OF SOIL IS INFLUENCED DY THE AMOUNT OF a. grain size b. moisture c. grading 99. QUANTITY OF SAMPLE FOR MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION a. 25 to 1000g b. 50 to 1000g C. 60 to 1000g 100. IS THE RATIO WEIGHT OF WATER IN THE SOIL TO THE WEIGHT OF SOIL AFTER IT HAS DRIED a. volume b. density c. moisture content 101. IS THE HIGHEST MOISTURE CONTENT BETWEEN SOLID AND SEMI-SOLID STATES OF WHICH THE MASS ATTAIN ITS MINIMUM VOLUME BUT CONTINUES TO LOSE WEIGHT a. LIQUID LIMIT b. PLASTIC LIMIT c. SHRINKAGE LIMIT 102. DETERMINES THE BEARING RATIO OF SOIL WHEN COMPACTED AND TESTED IN THE LABORATORY BY COMPARING THE PENETRATION LOAD OF THE SOIL TO THAT OF THE STANDARD MATERIALS. a. LABORATORY COMPACTION b. CBR c. FIELD DENSITY TEST 103. THE TEMPERATURE OF OVEN FOR MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION a. 100 deg +/- 5 deg. C b. 110 deg +/- 5 deg. C c. 160 deg +/-5 deg. C 104. IS WIDELY USED IN THE IDENTIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL a. LIQUID LIMIT TEST b. GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION c. CBR

105. IF THE SAMPLE CANNOT BE WEIGHT WITHIN AN HOUR AFTER IT HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE OVEN, WHERE IS IT PLACED TO ALLOW IT TO COOL AT ROOM TEMPERATURE a. WATER BATH b. DESSICATOR c. BASIN 106. AMOUNT OF SAMPLE TO BE USED IN HYGROSCOPIC MOISTURE DETERMINATION a. At least 5g b. At least 10g c. At least 30g

107. SPECIMEN FOR CBR ARE SOAKED IN WATER MAINTAINING THE WATER LEVEL AT a. 10 mm above the specimen b. 20 mm above the specimen c. 30 mm above the specimen 108. AMOUNT OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE ADDED IN THE DETERMINATION OF ORGANIC IMPURITIES IN SAND a. 10% b. 3% c. 5% 109. TEST USED TO DETERMINE THE RESISTANCE OF AGGREGATES TO DISINTEGRATION BY SATURATED SOLUTION. a. CHEMICAL TEST b. SOUNDNESS TEST c. ATTERBERG TEST 110. CHEMICAL USED IN THE DETERMINATION OF SOUNDNESS TEST ARE SULFATES OR a. CALCIUM b. MAGNESIUM OR SODIUM c. MANGANESE 111. IN HYDROMETER TEST, AIR-DRIED SAMPLES ARE SOAKED FOR AT LEAST a. 10 hrs b. 15 hrs c. 18 hrs 112. MATERIALS FINER THAN 0.075 mm CAN BEST SEPARATE FROM LARGER THROUGH a. MECHANICAL SHAKER b. GRADING c. WET SIEVING 113. AMOUNT OF SAMPLE USED TO DETERMINE LIQUID LIMIT TEST a. 50 g b. 100 g c. 200 g 114. AMOUNT OF WATER ADDED TO SAMPLE LIQUID LIMIT TEST a. About 5 ml b. About 10 ml c. About 20 ml

115. AMOUNT OF SAMPLE USED TO DETERMINE PLASTIC LIMIT a. 5 g b. 10 g c. 20 g 116. IN ABRASION TEST HOW MANY STEEL SPHERES USED FOR GRADING A SAMPLES a. 10 b. 11 c. 12 117. a. 2. b. 3. c. 5. RAMMER USED IN CBR TEST SHALL HAVE A WEIGHT OF 49 kg 49 kg 49 kg

118. LIQUID LIMIT IS EXPRESSED AS THE MOISTURE CONTENT CORRESPONDING TO a. 15 BLOWS b. 20 BLOWS c. 25 BLOWS 119. TYPE OF SOIL WHICH HAS A PARTICLE SIZE LESS THAN 0.001 mm a. CLAY b. SILT c. COLLOIDS 120. TYPE OF SOIL HAVING FIBROUS STRUCTURE DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF UNDERCOMPOSED PLANT MATTER a. CLAY b. ORGANIC c. SILT 121. IN LIQUID LIMIT TEST, THE THICKNESS OF SOIL SAMPLE PLACED IN THE SPHERICAL BRASS-CUP BEFORE IT IS DIVIDED a. 3 cm b. 2 cm c. 1 cm 122. ARE CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL CONTAINING 35% OR LESS PASSING THE 0.075 mm SIEVE? a. FINE SAND b. GRANULAR MATERIALS c. STONE FRAGMENTS 123. IN THE COMPACTION CURVE, THE HIGHEST POINT INDICATES a. DRY DENSITY b. MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY c. SURFACE DRY DENSITY 124. IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF CONTROL STRIP TO DETERMINE TARGET DENSITY, THE AREA IS APPROXIMATELY a. 330 sq.m b. 335 sq.m c. 350 sq.m 125. THE HIGHEST FORM OF SOIL ACCORDING TO SIZE OF PARTICLES a. GRANULAR b. SAND c. GRAVEL

126. GUIDELINES ON THE SUBMISSION OF SAMPLES a. MO # 30, SERIES OF 1985 b. MO # 29, SERIES OF 1989 c. MO # 28, SERIES OF 1985 127. CORRUGATION PRODUCED BY BROOMING THE SURFACE OF THE FRESH CONCRETE PAVEMENT a. 2 mm b. 1.5 mm c. 1 mm 128. PER PROGRAM OF WORK, THE VOLUME OF ITEM 201 MATERIALS IS 7,500 CU.M. HOW MANY GRADING AND PLASTICITY TESTS ARE REQUIRED? a. 7 b. 9 c. 25 129. ACCEPTED REQUIRED SPEED IN COMPACTING a. 2-3 km/hr b. 3-5 km/hr c. 6-7 km/hr 130. BORING OF BRIDGE PROJECTS SHALL BE MADE AT MINIMUM OF a. 1 deep bore for abutment and pier b. 2 deep boring per abutment & per pier c. 3 deep boring per abutment and per pier 131. THE WEIGHT OF GRAVITY HAMMER IN DRIVING TIMBER PILE SHOULD BE a. 1,500 kg b. 2,000 kg c. 3,000 kg 132. IN WHAT THICKNESS THAT SOFT ROCK MUST BE EXCAVATED BELOW SUB-GRADE ELEVATION a. 0.30 m b. 0.50 m c. 1.00 m 133. MINIMUM THICKNESS FOR RUBBLE CONCRETE IS a. 12 b. 15 c. 30 134. MINIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS TO REMOVE FORMS FOR COLUMNS a. 1 DAY b. 2 DAYS c. 7 DAYS 135. PAINTS USED FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENT a. REFLECTORIZED b. THERMOPLASTIC c. LATEX 136. PAINT USED FOR ASPHALT PAVEMENT a. RUBBERIZED b. REFLECTORIZED c. LATEX

137. AVERAGE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF NON-LOAD BEARING CHB a. 350 psi b. 450 psi c. 600 psi 138. THE TOP OF STORM PIPE SHALL BE EMBEDDED BELOW THE FINISHED GRADE NOT LESS THAN a. 0.30 m b. 0.50 m c. 0.60 m 139. REINFORCING STEEL BARS ARE TESTED FOR EVERY HOW MANY KILOS OF EACH SIZE a. 20,000 kg b. 15,000 kg c. 10,000 kg 140. GALVANIZED IRON ROOFING SHEETS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LAPPING OF HOW MANY CORRUGATIONS a. 1-1/2 b. 2 c. 2-1/2 141. MINIMUM REQUIREMENT FOR SPACING OF HOOPS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPES a. 86 mm b. 80 mm c. 79 mm 142. NET PROTECTIVE COVERING OF REINFORCEMENT OF CONCRETE PIPES a. 75 mm b. 35 mm c. 25 mm 143. THE POWDERED INSOLUBLE SOLID MIXTURE OF PAINT a. VEHICLE b. PIGMENT c. ENAMEL 144. PIGMENTS HAVING HIGH REFRACTIVE INDICES ARE CLASSIFIED AS a. EXTENDER b. WHITE LEAD c. PRIME 145. ARE COLORED PIGMENTS USED AS PRIMER FOR STRUCTURAL AND OTHER METALLIC SURFACES a. RED LEAD b. ZINC SULFATE c. WHITE LEAD 146. AMOUNT OF WATER ADDED TO RE-MIX SAMPLES FOR LIQUID LIMIT TEST a. 3 cc b. 2 cc c. 1 cc

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a. 5 kg b. 3 kg c. 2 kg 148. Minimum test requirement for grading of items.103 & 104 a. every 2500 cu m b. every 1500 cu m c. every 1000 cu m 149. Minimum test requirement for grading of items 200 and 201 a. every 500 cu m b. every 300 cu m c. every 100 cu m 150. Minimum test requirement for grading items311 and 405 a. every 300 cu m b. every 150 cu m c. every 75 cu m 151. Gravel is coarse aggregates passing 3 sieve and retained on a. #40 sieve b. #30 sieve c. #10 sieve 152. Fine sand are materials passing #40 sieve and retained on a. #50 sieve b. #100 sieve c. # 200 sieve 153. Are materials retained on 3 sieve a. gravel b. stone c. boulders 154. Plasticity index of silt material a. 6 b. 10 c.12 155. Assured critical range of liquid limit a. 30-50 b. 40-60 c. 50-70 156. The highest form of soil according to size of particles a. Sand b. Gravel c. Boulders 157. THE MOST COMMON POPULAR DRYING OIL PAINT a. SESAME OIL b. VEGETABLE OIL c. LINSEED OIL 158. EXAMPLE OF VOLATILE SOLVENT TO REDUCE CONSISTENCY OF PAINT MIXTURE a. THINNER b. VARNISH c. LACQUER

159. AMOUNT OF PAINT SAMPLE USED FOR LABORATORY TESTING a. 5-liter can b. 4-liter can c. 3-liter can 160. GALVANIZED IRON SHEETS ARE TESTED FOR a. THICKNESS AND DIMENSION b. ZINC COATING c. ALL OF THE ABOVE 161. THE STANDARD METHOD OF TEST FOR LIQUID LIMIT IS IN ACCORDANCE TO a. AASHTO T 89 b. AASHTO M 99 c. AASHTO 90 162. ASSURED CRITICAL RANGE OF PLASTICITY INDEX a. 5-10 b. 10-20 c. 10-30 163. COMPOSITE SAMPLES OF FRESH CONCRETE TAKEN FOR TESTING SHALL BE AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE BUT IN NO INSTANCE SHALL EXCEED. a. 20 min b. 18 min c. 15 min 164. QUANTITY OF SAMPLE USED FOR COMPACTION TEST a. 6 lbs b. 5 lbs c. 3 lbs 165. THE BALANCE USED FOR SPECIFIC GRAVITY & ABSORPTION OF FINE AGGREGATES HAS A SENSITIVITY OF ABOUT a. 0.001 g b. 0.01 g c. 0.1 g 166. THE SURFACE OF RIPRAP SHALL NOT VARY FROM THE THEORITICAL SURFACE BY MORE THAN a. 200 mm at any point b. 100 mm at any point c. 50 mm at any point 167. FOR STONE MASONRY THE MAXIMUM PROJECTION OF ROCK FACES BEYOND THE PICTH LINE SHALL NOT EXCEED a. 150 mm b. 100 mm c. 50 mm 168. WEEP HOLES ARE SPACED NOT GREATER THAN a. 2 M CENTER TO CENTER b. 3 M CENTER TO CENTER c. 1 M CENTER TO CENTER 169. WEIGHT OF RAMMER USED IN COMPACTION TEST a. 6.5 lbs b. 5.5 lbs c. 4.5 lbs

170. HEIGHT OF DROP OF HAMMER IN COMPACTION TEST a. 505 mm b. 405 mm c. 305 mm 171. FOR ABRASION TEST, GRADING A SHALL HAVE SIEVE SIZE PASSING 37.5 mm AND RETAINED ON a. 19 mm b. 25 mm c. 12.5 mm 172. IN THE GRADING OF ABOVE AGGREGATES, THE WEIGHT OF TEST SAMPLES SHALL BE a. 1500 g b. 1250 g c. 5000 g 173. IN MORTAR STRENGTH TEST, THE PROPORTION OF MATERIALS SHALL BE ONE PART OF CEMENT TO a. 3.75 parts of graded aggregates b. 4.75 parts of graded aggregates c. 2.75 parts of graded aggregates 174. WHAT IS THE SIZE OF SPECIMEN MOLD FOR MORTAR STRENGTH TEST a. 75 mm cube b. 50 mm cube c. 25 mm cube 175. WHICH IS NOT A METHOD OF REDUCING FIELD SAMPLES TO APPROPRIATE SIZES a. Quartering b. Sample splitter c. Desiccating 176. A WELL-GRADED SAND PARTICLES VARY FROM FINE TO THOSE JUST PASSING THE a. 4.75 mm sieve b. 9.5 mm sieve c. 2.00 mm sieve 177. BITUMINOUS MATERIAL USED FOR SEAL COATING SHALL HAVE A PENETRATION GRADE OF a. 80-100 b. 100-120 c. 120-150 178. AGGREGATE SUB-BASE COURSE SHALL HAVE A LIQUID LIMIT NOT GREATER THAN a. 30 b. 35 c. 40 179. SHIPMENT AND CARES OF SAMPLES SHOULD BE CAREFULLY PACKED AND CRATED, SURROUNDED WITH DAMP SAWDUST OR PALAY STRAW AND THEN SHIPPED TO THE LABORATORY OR ANY LABORATORY ACCREDITED BY DPWH. a. After 4-7days curing in the field b. After 7-14 days curing in the field c. After 14-28 days curing in the field

180. FOR TENSION, THE MINIMUM SPLICE LAP OF GRADE 40 REINFORCING STEEL BARS a. 36 bar dia b. 24 bar dia c. 20 bar dia