# Civil Engineering - Structural Design Specifications

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### Exercise :: Structural Design Specifications - Section 1

1.

The area of the concrete in compression plus the area of reinforcement transferred on the basis of modular ratio, is called

 A. transferred section B. equivalent section C. cracked section D. none of these.

Explanation:

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2.

If D is the overall thickness of the slab, the diameter of the reinforcing bars should not exceed

 A. B. C. D. E.

Explanation:

The diameter of reinforcing bars shall not exceed one eighth of the total thickness of the slab.

3.

The gap between web plates and flange plates for fillet welds should not be more than

 A. 0.5 mm B. 0.75 mm C. 1.0 mm D. 1.25 mm E. 1.5 mm

Explanation:

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4.

A continuous beam shall be deemed to be a deep beam if the ratio of its effective span to overall depth, is

 A. 2.0 B. 2.5 C. less than 2 D. less than 2.5

Explanation:

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5.

The depth 'd' of webs without horizontal stiffeners and consisting of tongue plates is taken lesser than the depth of the girder between the flanges less the sum of the depth of the tongue plates, and

 A. eight times the sum of the thickness of tongue plates B. six times the sum of the thickness of tongue plates C. four times the sum of the thickness of tongue plates D. None of the above.