## Maximum slenderness ratio of load bearing walls for a dwelling having more than 2 storeys________________?

Maximum slenderness ratio of load bearing walls for a dwelling having more than 2 storeys________________?

i) shall not exceed 12 if lime mortar is used
ii) shall not exceed 18 if cement lime mortar 1:2:9 is used
iii) shall not exceed 24 if cement mortar 1:6 is used

the correct statments is ?
A. (i) and (ii) are correct
B. (ii) and (iii) are correct
C. (i) and (iii) are correct
D. (i) and (ii) and (iii) are correct

## Assertion A : For eccentricity ratio exceeding 1/6, effective thickness of masonry will get reduced. Reason R : For eccentricity ratio exceeding 1/6, there will be tension on one side of the member?

Assertion A : For eccentricity ratio exceeding 1/6, effective thickness of masonry will get reduced. Reason R : For eccentricity ratio exceeding 1/6, there will be tension on one side of the member?

A. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
B. Both A and R are true and R is not the correct explanation of A.
C. A is true but R is false.
D. A is false but R is true.

## If the ratio of center to center spacing of intersecting walls to actual thickness of intersecting wall is more than 20, then the stiffening coefficient for wall proper will be_________________?

If the ratio of center to center spacing of intersecting walls to actual thickness of intersecting wall is more than 20, then the stiffening coefficient for wall proper will be_________________?

A. 0
B. between 0 and 1
C. 1
D. greater than 1

## Where a structural component or a system is providing lateral support to five or more walls or columns, the lateral load to be resisted may be taken as_______________?

Where a structural component or a system is providing lateral support to five or more walls or columns, the lateral load to be resisted may be taken as_______________?

A. 4 percent
B. 5 percent
C. 6 percent
D. 7 percent
of the total vertical load on the most heavily loaded wall or column in the group.

## If H is the height of wall between centers of supports, then the effective height of wall where concrete floors have a bearing on wall irrespective of the direction of span will be________________?

If H is the height of wall between centers of supports, then the effective height of wall where concrete floors have a bearing on wall irrespective of the direction of span will be________________?

A. 0.75 H
B. 0.85 H
C. 1.0 H
D. 1.5 H

## If the horizontal cross-sectional area of a wall is 1200 cm2, then the basic stress shall be multiplied by a reduction factor equal to________________?

If the horizontal cross-sectional area of a wall is 1200 cm2, then the basic stress shall be multiplied by a reduction factor equal to________________?

A. 0 6
B. 0.75
C. 0.85
D. 0.95

## The bending stress in a wall or column subjected to effective vertical load need not be considered, if the eccentricity ratio is_________________?

The bending stress in a wall or column subjected to effective vertical load need not be considered, if the eccentricity ratio is_________________?

A. less than or equal to 1/24
B. less than or equal to 1/6
C. more than 1/24
D. less than or equal to 1/12

## Full restraint is provided by__________________?

Full restraint is provided by__________________?

i) foundation footing of a wall
ii) timber floor spanning on the wall and anchored to the wall
iii) RCC slab with a minimum bearing of 10 cm on the wall

select the correct statment.
A. (i) and (iii) are correct
B. (i) and (ii) are correct
C. (ii) and (iii) are correct
D. (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct

## For designing masonry components of a structure, seismic forces provision in the design calculation is not necessary for buildings constructed in________________?

For designing masonry components of a structure, seismic forces provision in the design calculation is not necessary for buildings constructed in________________?

A. Zone I only
B. Zone I and II
C. Zone I, II and III
D. Zone I, II, III and IV

## Assertion A : From consideration of structural soundness and economy of design, most codes control the maximum slenderness ratio of masonry walls and columns. Reason R : By controlling the maximum slenderness ratio, failure is by excessive stress and not by buckling.?

Assertion A : From consideration of structural soundness and economy of design, most codes control the maximum slenderness ratio of masonry walls and columns. Reason R : By controlling the maximum slenderness ratio, failure is by excessive stress and not by buckling.?