Engineering Questions with Answers - Multiple Choice Questions

# Civil Engineering Drawing MCQ’s – Measurement and Calculation of Quantities

1 - Question

Which of the following is not the nominal size of the door?
a) 2’6″*6′
b) 1’10″*5’11”
c) 4’*6’6″
d) 3’3″*6’3″

Explanation

2 - Question

Size of ventilators is ____________
a) 5″*6″
b) 11″*3’5″
c) 4’*1′
d) 4’*2′
Explanation: Nominal sizes are as mentioned below. Nominal length: 225, 325, 425, 525, 625, 825, 1025, 1225 mm Nominal height: 125, 225, 325, 425, 525 mm.

3 - Question

Size of chowkhat sections for door and window is __________
a) 2cm*1.5cm
b) 10.16cm*10.16cm
c) 2.8″*1.4″
d) 10/3″*2/3″
Explanation: Nominal sizes of chowkhat is as mentioned below. • 4 inch x 2.5 inch • 4 inch x 3.0 inch • 5 inch x 2.5 inch • 10inch x2.0 inch • Custom size is available.

4 - Question

Size of C.S windows is ___________
a) 5″*6″
b) 4’*2′
c) 4’*2.5′
d) 11″*3’5″
Explanation: A casement window is a window with a hinged sash that swings in or out like a door comprising either a side-hung, top-hung (also called “awning window”; see below), or occasionally bottom-hung sash or a combination of these types, sometimes with fixed panels on one or more sides of the sash. In the USA, these are usually opened using a crank, but in parts of Europe they tend to use projection friction stays and espagnolette locking. Formerly, plain hinges were used with a casement stay. Handing applies to casement windows to determine direction of swing; a casement window may be left-handed, right-handed, or double. The casement window is the dominant type now found in modern buildings in the UK and many other parts of Europe.

5 - Question

Which is not the nominal thickness of D.P.C?
a) 2cm
b) 2.5cm
c) 4cm
d) 2.5″
Explanation: Damp proofing is accomplished several ways including: • A damp-proof course (DPC) is a barrier through the structure designed to prevent moisture rising by capillary action such as through a phenomenon known as rising damp. Rising damp is the effect of water rising from the ground into property. The damp proof course may be horizontal or vertical. A DPC layer is usually laid below all masonry walls, regardless if the wall is a load bearing wall or a partition wall. • Integral damp proofing in concrete involves adding materials to the concrete mix to make the concrete itself impermeable. • Surface coating with thin water proof materials for resistance to non-pressurized moisture such as rain water or a coating of cement sprayed on such as shotcrete which can resist water under pressure. • Cavity wall construction, such as rainscreen construction, is where the interior walls are separated from the exterior walls by a cavity. • Pressure grouting cracks and joints in masonry material.

6 - Question

Which size cannot be possible for a room?
a) 3.0m*3.60m
b) 12’*14′
c) 360cm*360cm
d) 10’*9′

Explanation: Standard sizes of rooms is as given below.

7 - Question

Height of plinth can be _______
a) 48″
b) 11′
c) 1′
d) .5″
Explanation: The plinth height is provided essentially to protect the superstructure from dampness which may seep in due to direct contact from the ground. The top of plinth level is provided with damp proof course which is an additional protection against dampness. Plinth height also prevents storm water/overflowing drainage from directly entering the building in case of heavy rainfall. Generally plinth level is provided at about 300–450 mm above finished ground level. It is suggested that plinth level should be decided by considering the top of the road level, the former should be kept atleast 150 mm higher.

8 - Question

Insulation layer in roof can be _____________
a) 2.5cm
b) 1.5″
c) Only a
d) 2.5cm and 1.5”