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BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1-3 1(BUILDING MATERIALS, WOOD AND MASONRY, CONCRETE AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION)

The act of building something on the site on the manner in which material are assembled a.Building Construction b.Building Technology c.Building Automation

a.BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

A binding agent or glue, derived from the word cementum, or simple name as a limestone. a.Cement b.Concrete c.Column

In a building without a basement, an unfinished accessible space below the first floor which is usually less than a full story height a.Slab-on-fill b.Crawl space c.Basement

This is the term applied to wood after it is sewed or sliced into boards, planks, etc. a.Lumber b.Xylem c.Timber

A method if presenting by means of lines, marks, and symbols, buildings or structures on a twodimensional surface. a.Drawing Project b.Construction Plan c.Research

Documents made by the architect or engineer which spell out physical condition of actual building project. a.Contract Drawings b.Brainstorming c.Researches

Artificial Stone as a result of aggregates and water a.Limestone b.Concrete c.Marble

An inert material that when bound together into conglomerated mass of Portland cement and water forms concrete, mortar, or plaster a.Solid Waste b.Paper c.Aggregates

The proportion of water to cement to control the strength of concrete a.Water-cement Ratio b.Concrete-Water Ratio c.Water-Cubic Proportion

These are added to basic ingredients to change the basic nature of concrete setting. a.Admixtures b.Garbage c.Left over

(A French Engineer) developed prestressed concrete in 1927 a.Eugene Freyssinet b.Jack Monier c.Joseph Aspdin

It makes concrete more water tight a.Accelerator b.Concrete Water Proof c.Retardant

A concrete embedded with support in such that they act together in resisting forces a.Steel b.Asphalt c.Reinforced Concrete

It is a Decay of wood with presence of moisture in wood cause by fungi in seasoned wood a.Dry Rot b.Wet Rot c.Knots

It is the portion of the building above the ground a.Superstructure b.Substructure c.Foundation

This is a type of Substructure defined as a slab which rests on ground and not suspended. a.Crawl Space b.Slab on fill c.Basement

___________ is the oldest type and widely used material in construction a.Wood b.Steel c.Masonry

From structural development, this is a built up frame commonly employed on a long span roof unsupported by intermediate columns or partitions. a.Trabeated b.Corbel c.Truss

This is a ____________________ bond a.James b.Flemish c. English

A finely ground siliceous material which as such does not possess cementicious property in itself but reacts in the presence of water with lime at a normal temperature a.Pozzolana b.Stones c.Pebbles

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1-3 1(BUILDING MATERIALS, WOOD AND MASONRY, CONCRETE AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION)

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1-3 1(BUILDING MATERIALS, WOOD AND MASONRY, CONCRETE AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION)

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