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QUESTION BANK
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S
4

CIVIL

EN04 402 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

2 m
ark
s

questions

1.

What is e
-
waste

2.

List any 5 categories of waste and the sources of each

3.


What is a biome

4.

What is ship breaking

5.

Explain the causes of acid rain

6.

Discuss marine organisms

7.

Effects of
plastic waste

8.

Explain ozone layer depletion

9.

Explain the sources of noise pollution

10.

Explain the main effects of thermal pollution


5 marks question

1.

Explain community based rural water harvesting in India

2.

Explain the conflicts between developmen
t and environment

3.

Explain CETPs

4.

What are the effects of global warming

5.

How can solid waste be recycled

6.

List and explain the various types of pollution

7.

Write a short note on disaster management

8.

Explain about the importance of rain water harvesting

9.

How do nu
clear hazards happens

10.

Discuss about classification of solid waste


10 marks

questions


1.

Explain the following,

a)
Richer scale b)S
eismograph


c)Tsunami d)T
ailing


2.

Discuss disaster management

3.

Environment versus Development
dilemma
-
discuss

4.

What are the reasons for worsening water situations in so many countries?what is
likely to happen in another 40 years or so?

5.

What negative role do cities play in the demand and supply of water?How can this be
corrected?

6.

Discuss on enviro
nmental degradation?

7.

Discuss the employment situations in India

8.

Extinction is the ultimate fate of all species.Why these are concerned about the
decline

of biodiversity?

9.

Discuss climate change

10.

Explain in detail the role of information technology in envir
onment and human health


























CE 09
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403 FLUID MECHANICS

1.

D
ifferentiate between viscous and turbulent flow?

2.

What do you mean by pipes in parallel and pipes in series

3.

What do you mean by equivalent pipe?

4.

When pipes are connected in series
what is the loss of head in the system?

5.

When the pipes are connected in parallel ,what is the loss of head in the system?

6.

Derive Darcy’s Weisbach formula for the loss of head due to friction in a pipeline.

7.

How is the pipe coefficient ‘f’ dependent on Reyno
lds number?

8.

Obtain the condition for maximum transmission of power in a pipe line. For this
condition what is the efficiency of transmission?

9.

Derive an expression for the loss of head due to 1)Sudden enlargement and 2) Sudden
contraction of a pipe.

10.

Wha
t do you understand by the terms major energy loss and minor energy losses in
pipes?

11.

Water flows at 0.05cumec in a pipe of 20cm diameter 400meters long. Find loss of head
due to friction. Take f =0.0075.

12.

Two tanks are connected by a 30cm diameter 1000meter

long pipe. Find the rate of flow
if the difference water level in the tanks is 10meters. Take f =0.01, ignore secondary
losses.

13.

An oi of kinematic viscosity 0.5 stroke is flowing through a pipe of diameter 300mm at
the rate of 320litres/second.

Find the l
oss of head due to friction for a length of 60m of
the pipe.

14.

Calculate the rate of flow of water through a pipe of diameter 300mm, when the
difference of pressure head between two ends of a pipe 400m apart is 5m of water. Take
the value of f =0.009

15.

The
discharge through a pipe is 200litres/second. Find the loss of head when the pipe is
suddenly enlarged from 150mm to 300mm diameter.

16.

The rate of flow of water through a horizontal pipe is 0.3m
3
/s. The diameter of the pipe
is suddenly enlarged from 250mm to

500mm. The pressure intensity in the smaller pipe
is13.734N/cm
2
. Determine 1)loss of head due to sudden enlargement, 2) pressure
intensity in the large pipe and 3) power lost due to enlargement.

17.

If a 30cm diameter additional pipe is attached to the last 2
000meters length of existing
pipe, Find the new discharge to the lower reservoir. Neglect secondary losses. Take f
=0.0075

18.

A tank of 150sqm in area contains water for a depth of 4m. A 15cm diameter horizontal
pipe 250 meters long is fitted at its bottom. F
ind the time taken to lower the water level
by 2meters. Take f =0.009

19.

125 HP is to be transmitted, the pressure at the inlet of the pipe being 60kg/cm
2
. If the
pressure drop per kilometers is 40kg/cm
2

and if f =0.0075, find the diameter of the pipe
and the

efficiency of transmission for 15kilometers.

20.

A pipe line of length 2100m is used for transmitting 103Kw. The pressure at the inlet of
pipe is 392.4N/cm
2
. If the efficiency of transmission is 80%, find the diameter of the
pipe. Take f =0.005


CE 09 404 STR
UCTURAL ANALYSIS



1)

S
tate Muller Breslau’s principle

2)

E
xplain ILD

3)

E
xplain
A
bsolute
B
ending
M
oment

4)

D
raw ILD for reactions, shear force and bending moment for simply supported beams

5)

D
raw ILD for reactions, shear force and bending moment for overhanging beams

6)

D
raw ILD for reactions, shear force and bending moment for cantilever beams

7)

D
raw ILD for reactions, shear force and bending moment for double overhanging
beams

8)

F
ind out the maximum shear force and bending moment for a simply supported beam
with udl shorter
and longer than the span

9)

A

simply supported girder has a span of 12m. a 200kN wheel load moves from 1 end
to the other end on the span of the girder. find the maximum bending moment which
can occur at a section 4m from the left end

10)

T
wo wheel loads 200Kn and 80kN spaced at 2m apart move on the span of girder of
span 16m. find the maximum bending moment that can occur at a section 6m from the
left end. Any wheel load can lead the other.

11)


A S.S.B has a span of 15m. A udl of 40kN/m and 5m

long crosses the girder from left
to right. draw the influence line diagram for shear force and bending moment at a
section 6m from left end. use these diagrams to calculate the maximum shear force
and bending moment at this section

12)

F
our point loads 8,15,
15 and 10kN have centre to centre spacing of 2m between
consecutive loads and they traverse a girder of 30m span from left to right with 10kN
load leading. calculate the maximum B.M and S.F at 8m from the left of support

13)


U
niform load of 25kN/m and 6m long

crosses a girder of span 30m. determine the
max. SF and BM at sections 5m,10m and 15m from left end. draw max SFD and
BMD

14)

A

train of wheel loads 10kn,8kn,12kn,15kN and 25kN moves on a girder of span 20m
with 25Kn load leading. distance between each load i
s 2m. find the absolute max BM

15)

F
our concentreted loads 25kN,30kN,20kN and 18Kn,2m,4m and 3m apart
respectively crosses a girder of 50m span from left to right with 25kN load leading.
calculate the maximum B.M at 20m from the left of support. also find the

absolute
max BM.






CE09 406
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Surveying
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II

Module
-
4

Answer the following 2marks each

1.

Define trigonometric leve
l
ling?

2.

What are the
advantages of trigonometric leve
l
ling?

3.

Explain aerial and terrestrial p
hotogramm
etry.

4.

Explain photographic station.

Answer the following 5marks each

1.

To identify an object on photograph, what are the

factors to be considered by the
interpreter?

2.

Briefly explain about total station.

3.

Briefly explain about auto level.

4.

Briefly explain about EDM.

5.

Explain field work of photographic surveying?

6.

Explain in detail photo theodolite and its uses.

7.

Briefly explain a
bout aerial photogrammetry?

8.

Explain with sketch aerial camera.

Answer the following 10marks each

1.

Discuss various method of trigonometric leveling

2.

State the sources of
error in total station briefly explain each one of them.

3.

Explain the fundamental principle of ground and aerial photogrammetry.

4.

Briefly explain modern instrument its working principle, measurement technique and
error correction.

a.

Total station.

b.

Auto level.

c.

EDM devise.

5.

Explain clearly measurement of horizontal and vertical angle by analytical and
graphical method in terrestrial photographic surveying.

6.

In a photo theodolite survey, two stations A and B were chosen such that AB was
running from west to east and

measured 250m long. Photographs were taken orienting
the photo theodolite in the direction of third station C. Work out the co
-
ordinates and
RL of point D which appeared in both the photographs from the following
observations. Angle BAC =50
0
and angle ABC
=46
o
.

In the photograph from A, D was 12mm to the left of the vertical line and 6mm above
the horizontal line while in the photographs from B it was 15mm to the left of the
vertical line.

Focal length of the camera lens is 150mm

R.L of the camera axis is 5
1.20mm.


Module
-
3

1.

Define th
e terms
:

Celestial sphere, Zenith, Nadir, Celestial horizon, Terrestrial
equator.

2.

Describe the correction for Dip.

3.

The meridian altitude of a star was observed to be 74 26’ 20” on a certain day, the
lying between the zenith and
the equator. The declination of the star was 45
56’17”.56N. Find the latitude of the place.

4.

Explain briefly the following Correction for refraction, 2>correction for semi
diameter.

5.

Give correction for parallax.

6.

Define:

a.


Sidereal Time,

b.

Apparent solar time
,


c.

Mean solar time.

d.

S
tandard time
.

e.

Field astronomy.

f.

Azimuth.

7.

What is meant by a sidereal day? Find the local mean time of transit star in longitude
7°18´E on December 26. Given that the sidereal time on Greenwich mean
noon=18h.18m.48s and right ascension
of the stat=10h.2m.34s.

8.

Why sidereal time of great use in connections with astronomical observations? State
the relationship between sidereal time, Right ascension and hour angle.