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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

CE6505 – CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES, EQUIPMENT


AND PRACTICE
QUESTION BANK –I
PART – A
November/December 2013
1.What is batching of concrete?

2.Discuss on mix design concept as per BIS

3.Write short notes on expansion joints.

4.What is meant by slip forms?

May/June 2013

5.What are the methods of compacting concrete?

6.Mention any four destructive methods of testing concrete.

7.Write short notes on construction joints.

8.What is meant by scaffolding?

May/June 2012

9.List the various methods of concrete mix design.

10.Name some methods of Non-destructive testing of concrete.

11.Mention the significance of bond in masonry structures.

12.Define Scaffolding.

April/May 2011

13.What are the raw materials used in the manufacture of cement?

14.List the various processes involved in the manufacturing of concrete.

15.Write the common sizes of hollow concrete blocks adopted for bulding
blocks.
16.How are steel trusses fabricated and grouped?

April/May 2010

17.What is the use of chemicals as retarders in concrete?

18.Why is curing done for concrete?

19.What is the necessity of providing construction joints?

20.Define slip forms.

November/December 2010

21.What are the tests available for fresh concrete as per Indian Code of
Practice?

22.What does the grade of cement denote?

23.State the main purpose of providing damp proof courses in buildings.

24.Mention the advantages of slip forms.

November/May 2009

25.State the importance of water cement ratio.

26.What are the tests to be conducted on fresh concrete?

27.How are bond stones placed in stone masonry?

28.What is slip form?

November/December 2014

29.Name some admixtures used in concrete.

30.List any two non destructive tests used for testing the quality of concrete.

31.Enumerate the advantages of concrete hollow block masonry.

32.What are the advantages of slip forms?

PART –B

May/June 2013

1.Describe the dry process of cement manufacturing with neat diagram


2.Briefly explain the various types of cement, grades and their characteristics.

3.Briefly explain with neat sketches about

(a) concrete hollow block masonry

(b) domes

(c) sequence of construction activities

4.Briefly explain different types of stone masonry in building construction.

November/December 2013

5.Describe with neat sketches

(a) compactin (b) mixing

(c) transporting (d) placing of concrete

6.Discuss briefly on different non destructive testing techniques for checking


quality of concrete.

7.What are the different roof finishes?Explain with neat sketches.

8.Briefly explain about different types of stone masonry in building


construction.

May/June 2012

9.Explain the various steps involved in manufacturing of concrete.

10.Explain any two tests for testing of fresh concrete.

11.Explain the different types of bonds in stone masonry with neat sketches

12.Describe in detail the construction practices to be followed for acoustics and


fire protection building.

April/May 2011

13.Describe all the processes in the manufacture of ordinary Portland cement.

14.Explain non destructive methods of testing of concrete

15.Write notes on
(a) damp proof courses

(b) requirements and conditions of good acoustics.

16.What is scaffolding? Mention its various components. Name the different


type scaffolding and describe any two with neat sketches which are most
commonly used.

April/May 2010

17.(a) What is meant by non-destructive testing?

(b) Explain an NDT method of testing hardened concrete.

18.Explain the stone masonry with sketches.

19.(a)What are the methods of providing DPC?Discuss

(b) What are the requirements of an ideal material for damp proofing?
Explain.

November/December 2010

20.What are concrete chemicals? Explain in detail and discuss their uses.

21.Describe the different types of bonds in brick masonry with neat sketches.

22.Explain the different types of joints in buildings with sketches.

November/December 2014

23.Describe in detail any two tests for testing the quality of fresh concrete.

24.Explain with neat sketches any four types of bonds in brick masonry.

25.Write detailed notes on (a) types of scaffoldings (b) acoustics and fire
protection.