Culvert MCQ

1. A culvert is a __________ structure of less than 6 m span between the faces of abutment.

  1. timber
  2. masonry
  3. bridge
  4. concrete
Answer. c

2. __________ loading is adopted on all roads on which permanent bridges and culverts are constructed.

  1. IRC Class AA
  2. IRC Class A
  3. IRC Class AB
  4. IRC Class B
Answer. b

3. A culvert can be defined as a crossing with a total length not exceeding between the faces of the abutments

  1. 6 m
  2. 7 m
  3. 8 m
  4. 10 m
Answer. a

4. While designing roads, bridges, and culverts, which of the following load is not considered?

  1. Dead Load
  2. Live Load
  3. Machine Load
  4. Snow Load
Answer. c

5. The design flood for a culvert should be preferably

  1. The probable maximum flood
  2. Obtained from statistical considerations say a flood of 50 years return period
  3. The highest observed flood
  4. Obtained from a flood formula
Answer. b

6. A culvert consists of _______ abutments and ________ wing walls.

  1. four, four
  2. two, four
  3. four, two
  4. two, two
Answer. d

7. __________ is a passage for water over a natural ground having a deck slab over it as pathway for vehicles.

  1. minor bridge
  2. slab culvert
  3. box culvert
  4. hume pipe culvert
Answer. b

8. Pipe culvert is a/an

  1. important bridge
  2. minor bridge
  3. major bridge
  4. unimportant bridge
Answer. b

9. Slab culverts are suitable for maximum span of

  1. 12 m
  2. 6 m
  3. 8 m
  4. 3 m
Answer. d

10. Box culvert is having _________ construction.

  1. R.P.C.
  2. R.C.C.
  3. P.C.C.
  4. None of these
Answer. b

11. Which one of the following is not a type of culvert?

  1. slab culvert
  2. through culvert
  3. box culvert
  4. pipe culvert
Answer. b

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