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Torsional Rigidity MCQ Questions & Answers

Torsional Rigidity MCQs : This section focuses on the "Torsional Rigidity". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Torsional Rigidity skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

A circular shaft of diameter 30 mm is tested under torsion the gauge length of test specimen is 300 mm. A torque of 2kNm produces an angle twist of 1°. Calculate CJ.

A. 0.432 × 106 N/mm2
B. 0.324 × 106 N/mm2
C. 0.46 × 106 N/mm2
D. 0.532 × 106 N/mm2

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Question 2

The intermediate support of a bridge superstructure is called as ___________

A. Abutment
B. Pier
C. Wing wall
D. Approach

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Question 3

When the gross length is more than 6 metres between the face of abutment it is called as ________

A. Cause way
B. Bridge
C. Culvert
D. Cassion

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Question 4

___________ piers are adopted for well foundations.

A. Masonry
B. RCC
C. Dumb bell
D. Pile bent

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Question 5

The projection of the piers on the upstream side is known as ________

A. Cut waters
B. Ease waters
C. Sharp waters
D. Para waters

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Question 6

_______ foundation is used when the depth of water is more.

A. Pile
B. Caisson
C. Raft
D. Spread

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Question 7

__________ has perfect control on river flow.

A. Barrage
B. Weir
C. Marginal bunds
D. Guide banks

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Question 8

___________ formula is used for calculating the depth of the foundation.

A. Gordon's
B. Rankine's
C. WH Smith's
D. Falcon

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Question 9

The end support of a bridge is __________

A. Pier
B. Abutment
C. Wing wall
D. Approach

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Question 10

_____________ foundation is used when bed soil is soft.

A. Raft
B. Pile
C. Spread
D. Well

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Question 11

_______ piers are used, when the height of pier is large as in case of viaducts, fly overs.

A. Column Bent
B. Pile bent
C. Trestle bent
D. Abutment pier

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Question 12

____________ piers are suitable when foundations are of steel cylinder caisson type.

A. Masonry
B. Trestle bent
C. Cylindrical
D. Pile

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Question 13

The projection of the pier on the downstream side is known as ________

A. Ease water
B. Cut water
C. Bridge pier
D. Dumb pier

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Question 14

A circular shaft of diameter 30 mm is tested under torsion the gauge length of test specimen is 300 mm. A torque of 2kNm produces an angle twist of 1°. Calculate CJ.

A. 0.432 × 106 N/mm2
B. 0.324 × 106 N/mm2
C. 0.46 × 106 N/mm2
D. 0.532 × 106 N/mm2

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Question 15

________ should be taken below the deepest scour level.

A. Foundation
B. Sub structure
C. Structure
D. Parapet

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Question 16

___________ formula is used for calculating the depth of the foundation.

A. Gordon’s
B. Rankine’s
C. WH Smith’s
D. Falcon

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