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** Name of the Organization **: Haryana Public Service Commission

**: Assistant Engineer Public Health Engg.Deptt.Exam**

__Name of the Exam__**: Civil Engineering – Paper – I**

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__Document Type__**: 2010**

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1. If a system of forces A, B and C are in equilibrium, then magnitude of their resultant is equal to

(a) A+B+C

(b)A2+b2+C2

(c) (a2+b2+c2)

(d) zero

2. The maximum number of unknown,fn forces that can be determined in a contentment force system under equilibrium is

(a) Zero

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 6

(e) None of the above

3. The principle of superposition states that the total deflection of a structure under different sets of loads is equal to the sum of deflections under each set of loads acting separately on the structure if the loads are within,

(a) Elastic limit

(b) Limit State

(c) Proportionality limit without buckling

(d) Elastic limit including buckling

5.Il a cantilever beam of length L and flexural rigidity EI is carrying a concentrated load P at the free end, the total strain energy u,ill be,

(a) P2L2/2EI

(b) P2L2/3EI

(c) P2L2/EI

(d) P2L2/12EI

6. A uniform simply supported beam is subjected to a clock-wise Moment M at the left end. the moment recurred at the right end of the beam so that the rotation of the right end is zero is equal to

(a) 2M

(b) M

(c) M/2

(d) M/3

(e) None of the above

7. Generally the actions in a grid member are,

(a) Axial force, twisting moment and bending moment

(b) Shear force, twisting moment and bending moment

(c) Axial force, shear force and bending moment

(d) Shear force and bi-axial bending moment

(e) None of the above

8. The number of unknowns to be determined in the stiffness method is equal to

(a) Static indeterminacy

(b) Kinematic indeterminacy

(c) Sum of static and Kinematic indeterminacy

(d) Maximum of static indeterminacy and Kinematic indeterminacy’

(e) None of the above

**Civil Engineering – Paper I (Conventional) :**

l. Determine the ultimate moment of resistance for the T-beam section of effective width of 850 mm shown below (Fig. l). Assume M20 grade concrete and Fe 250 grade steel. (40)

2. Design shear-reinforcement for the doubly rein forced beam shown in Fig. 2. The beam is simply supported with a total centre-to-centre span of 6.0 m. Use 8mm<p vertical stirrups made of Fe 250 steel. The shear at the bar-cutoff point (860 mm from centre of support) also needs to be checked. The concrete is of M25 and flexural steel of Fe 415. (40)

3. A pretensioned beam 200 mm wide and 300 mm deep is prepossessed by 10 wires of 7 mm diameter initially stressed to 1200 N/mm2, with their centroids located 100 mm from the so fit. Find the maximum stress in concrete immediately after transfer, allowing only for elastic shortening of concrete.

If the concrete undergoes further shortening due to creep and shrinkage while there relaxation of 5 oh steel stress, estimate the percentage loss of stress in the wires, using the code (lS I 343- 1980) regulations, and the following data

E = 210 kN/mm2

E = 57oo (t,)”‘

fcu = 42 N/mm2

Creep coefficient q : 1.6

Total residual shrinkage strain : 300E-6

4. Generate the stiffness matrix for the beam with respect the coordinates shown in the Fig.3 (40)

5. Find the collapse load for the portal frame shown (40)