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1. _____________ is the stress that results from 6.

_____________ is the effect of external


the shortening in one dimension of an elastic forces that acts upon the structure causing its
body due to oppositely directed collinear forces adjacent sections of a member to slip from each
tending to crush it. other.

A. Compressive Stress A. Shear


B. Tensile Stress B. Strain
C. Shear and Strain Stress C. Stress
D. Torsional Stress D. Strength

2. _____________ is the stress state leading to 7. _____________ is the cohesive power of the
expansion due to equal and opposite forces materials that resists an attempt to pull it apart
applied to the body. in the direction of its fiber.

A. Compressive Stress A. Shear


B. Tensile Stress B. Strain
C. Shear and Strain Stress C. Stress
D. Torsional Stress D. Strength

3. Shear stress produce when we apply the 8. _____________ is a kind of alteration or


twisting moment to the end of a shaft about its deformation produced by the stresses.
axis is known as ________________.
A. Shear
A. Compressive Stress B. Strain
B. Tensile Stress C. Stress
C. Shear and Strain Stress D. Strength
D. Torsional Stress
9. _____________ is an alternate action set up
4. _____________ Refers to the occupancy load between the adjacent molecule of the body
which is either partially or fully in place or may when acted upon by forces or combination of
not be present at all. forces. It refers to the pressure of load, weight
and some other adverse forces or influences.
A. Live Load
B. Dead Load A. Shear
C. Wind Load B. Strain
D. Seismic load C. Stress
D. Strength
5. _____________ are those loads that are
distributed or concentrated which are fixed in 10. _____________ refers to the beam having a
position throughout the lifetime of the single span supported at its end without a
structure such as the weight of structure itself. restrain at the support.

A. Live Load A. Single Beam


B. Dead Load B. Continuous Beam
C. Wind Load C. Semi-Continuous Beam
D. Seismic load D. Cantilever Beam
11. ____________ is a beam that rest on more 15. ___________ is strong in supporting
than two support. compression but weak in resisting tension

A. Single Beam A. Concrete


B. Continuous Beam B. Steel
C. Semi-Continuous Beam C. Reinforced Concrete
D. Cantilever Beam D. Prestressed Concrete

12. ____________ refers to beam with two 16. ____________possesses the strength and
span with or without restrain at the two quality to resist both compression and tension
extreme ends.
A. Concrete
A. Single Beam B. Steel
B. Continuous Beam C. Wood
C. Semi-Continuous Beam D. Styrofoam
D. Cantilever Beam
17. ___________ is the term applied to a beam
13. ____________ are supported on one end that supports one or smaller beam.
and the other end projecting beyond the
support of wall. A. Beam
B. Girder
A. Single Beam C. Intermediate Beam
B. Continuous Beam D. Canopy
C. Semi-Continuous Beam
D. Cantilever Beam

14. When floor slab and beams are poured


simultaneously producing a monolithic
structure where the portion of the slab at both
sides of the beam serves as flanges of the
__________.

A. Single Beam
B. Continuous Beam
C. T-Beam
D. Cantilever Beam

14.____________ is a composite material in


which concrete’s relative low tensile strength
are counteracted by the inclusion of
reinforcement having high tensile strength

A. Concrete
B. Steel
C. Reinforced Concrete
D. Prestressed Concrete