Design of Steel Structures MCQ Test

  1. Which of the following is mainly an alloy of steel?
  2. What is the effect of increased content of Sulphur and Phosphorous in Steel?
  3. ............ is the property of high carbon steel.
  4. Which of the following method is mainly adopted for the design of steel structures as per IS code?
  5. Which of the following IS code is used for the general construction of steel?
  6. ............... is used in limit state method.
  7. What is the partial factor of safety for resistance governed by yielding?
  8. What is not included in imposed load classification?
  9. Does Wind of the location not influence earthquake resistance design?
  10. What does the Positive sign of pressure coefficient indicate?
  11. Which of the following option is correct?
  12. Clip and seating angle connection is provided for ...........
  13. Choose the correct option about bracket connections?
  14. Hydrogen is not used excessively for welding for which reason?
Design of Steel Structures MCQ

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  • Zinc and Tin
  • Iron and Carbon
  • Sulphur and Zinc
  • Phosphorous and Tin
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  • Affects weldability
  • Yields high strength
  • Increases resistance to corrosion
  • Improves resistance to high temperature
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  • High strength
  • High toughness
  • Reduced ductility
  • Reduced strength
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  • Limit State Method
  • Ultimate Load Method
  • Working Stress Method
  • Earthquake Load Method
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  • Load factor
  • Wind factor
  • Single safety factor
  • Multiple safety factor
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  • Industrial load
  • Residential load
  • Earthquake load
  • Educational load
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  • Pressure acting away the surface
  • Pressure acting above the surface
  • Pressure acting below the surface
  • Pressure acting towards the surface
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  • Size of hole = nominal diameter of fastener + clearances
  • Size of hole = nominal diameter of fastener / clearances
  • Size of hole = nominal diameter of fastener x clearances
  • Size of hole = nominal diameter of fastener – clearances
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  • Hinged support
  • Lateral support
  • Bending support
  • Frictional support
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  • Fabrication cost is low
  • More rigid than any other connection
  • They are used to give aesthetic appearance to the structure
  • These connections are used to accommodate less number of bolts
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  • Affects the weld
  • Increases welding rate
  • Decreases welding rate
  • Destroys the metal plate
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  • Electro Slag welding
  • Flux core arc welding
  • Shielded metal arc welding
  • Gas-shielded metal arc welding
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  • Simply design
  • Fully rigid design
  • Semi-rigid design
  • None of the above
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  • Rolled angles
  • Rolled steel flats
  • Rolled channels
  • All of the above
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  • Ship building
  • Bridge building
  • Column building
  • Water tank building.
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  • Earthquake load
  • Industrial load
  • Residential load
  • Site Load
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