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COMPEHENSIV

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change in its rest or motion.

Action

Force

Inertia

Statics

change in its rest or motion.

Action

Force

Inertia

Statics

counteracted by a force resulting in a

stable balanced force system.

equilibrium

force system

reaction force

counteracted by a force resulting in a

stable balanced force system.

equilibrium

force system

reaction force

forces in a force system lie in the

same plane.

collinear forces

coplanar force system

non concurrent force system

parallel force system

forces in a force system lie in the

same plane.

collinear forces

coplanar force system

non concurrent force system

parallel force system

that is concerned with the analysis

of loads.

Action

Dynamics

Moment

Statics

that is concerned with the analysis

of loads.

Action

Dynamics

Moment

Statics

1

1

1

1

Kg*M/s

Kg*M/s2

Kg*mm/s2

Kg*mm/s

1 Kg*M/s

1 Kg*M/s2

1 Kg*mm/s2

1 Kg*mm/s

single force on a free body

diagram.

Applied force

Equilibrium force

Reaction force

Resultant force

single force on a free body

diagram.

Applied force

Equilibrium force

Reaction force

Resultant force

from the axis of rotation to the

point being considered.

Compression

Moment

Moment arm

Tension

from the axis of rotation to the

point being considered.

Compression

Moment

Moment arm

Tension

body or on a group of related

bodies.

Axial

Force System

Parallel force system

Vector

body or on a group of related

bodies.

Axial

Force System

Parallel force system

Vector

direction equal to an action force.

equilibrant

force system

resultant force

direction equal to an action force.

equilibrant

force system

resultant force

force assumed to be directed

towards gravity.

Direction

Gravitational force

X component

Y component

force assumed to be directed

towards gravity.

Direction

Gravitational force

X component

Y component

dimensions or shape of a body

produced by a stress

plasticity

elastic deformation

elastic range

all of the above

dimensions or shape of a body

produced by a stress

plasticity

elastic deformation

elastic range

all of the above

relationship between unit stress values

and the corresponding unit strain for a

specific material

Loading diagram

Shear & Moment Diagram

Stress- strain diagram

relationship between unit stress values

and the corresponding unit strain for a

specific material

Loading diagram

Shear & Moment Diagram

Stress- strain diagram

attained immediately before actual

failure or rapture.

Maximum Strength

Rupture Strength

Ultimate strength

Yield Point

attained immediately before actual

failure or rapture.

Maximum Strength

Rupture Strength

Ultimate strength

Yield Point

pulled apart, resulting in the

elongation of an elastic body.

axial force

compression

normal force

tension

pulled apart, resulting in the

elongation of an elastic body.

axial force

compression

normal force

tension

specimen breaks.

Maximum Strength

Rupture Strength

Ultimate strength

Yield Point

specimen breaks.

Maximum Strength

Rupture Strength

Ultimate strength

Yield Point

shorten the object

Compression

Moment

Tension

Torsion.

shorten the object

Compression

Moment

Tension

Torsion.

body to the direction of its action.

Action

Force

Moment

Statics

body to the direction of its action.

Action

Force

Moment

Statics

1

1

1

1

N/

N/

N/

N/

m

m

mm

mm

1 N/ m

1 N/ m

1 N/ mm

1 N/ mm

force assumed to be directed

parallel to the horizon.

Direction

Gravitational force

X component

Y component

force assumed to be directed

parallel to the horizon.

Direction

Gravitational force

X component

Y component

given axis at a given point on a

beam

internal force

external force

moment

moment arm

given axis at a given point on a

beam

internal force

external force

moment

moment arm

decreasing linearly throughout the

length of the beam

concentrated load

combination load

uniformly distributed load

uniformly varying load

decreasing linearly throughout the

length of the beam

concentrated load

combination load

uniformly distributed load

uniformly varying load

parabolically varying moments

bending formula

flexure formula

neutral axis

uniformly distributed loads

parabolically varying moments

bending formula

flexure formula

neutral axis

uniformly distributed

loads

Formula of Moment?

Force x Distance

Functional meaning of Moment of

Inertia

Mathematical meaning of Moment of

Inertia

Moment of Inertia

Formula of Moment?

Force x Distance

Functional meaning of Moment of

Inertia

Mathematical meaning of Moment of

Inertia

Moment of Inertia

closely spaced columns known as

beams

girts

Studs

none of the above

closely spaced columns known as

beams

girts

Studs

none of the above

education with a capacity of 500 or

more students fall to what type of

occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Special occupancy

education with a capacity of 500 or

more students fall to what type of

occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Special occupancy

type of occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Standard occupancy

type of occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Standard occupancy

housing and supporting toxic or

explosive chemicals or substances

fall to what type of category?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Special occupancy

housing and supporting toxic or

explosive chemicals or substances

fall to what type of category?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Special occupancy

equivalent embedment length, used

where there is insufficient room to

develop in adequate embedment length.

Hook

Splice

Stirrup

Tie

equivalent embedment length, used

where there is insufficient room to

develop in adequate embedment length.

Hook

Splice

Stirrup

Tie

the end of a reinforcing bar according

to standards. Which of the bends

does not belong to the group.

90 degrees

135 degrees

150 degrees

180 degrees

the end of a reinforcing bar according

to standards. Which of the bends

does not belong to the group.

90 degrees

135 degrees

150 degrees

180 degrees

buildings fall to what type of occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Standard occupancy

buildings fall to what type of occupancy?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Miscellaneous occupancy

Standard occupancy

unsupported length along the

longitudinal axis not more than how

many times its least lateral dimension?

8

10

12

15

unsupported length along the

longitudinal axis not more than how

many times its least lateral dimension?

8

10

12

15

length to its least radius of gyration is

called.

Development length

Moment of Inertia

Ratio and proportion

Slenderness ratio

length to its least radius of gyration is

called.

Development length

Moment of Inertia

Ratio and proportion

Slenderness ratio

diagonal stresses in a concrete

beam is called.

Bottom bar

Metal plate

Stirrups

temperature bar

diagonal stresses in a concrete

beam is called.

Bottom bar

Metal plate

Stirrups

temperature bar

concrete element to another as for instance

a concrete foundation to a concrete column.

It may or may not transfer direct stress.

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie

concrete element to another as for instance

a concrete foundation to a concrete column.

It may or may not transfer direct stress.

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie

unsupported length along the

longitudinal axis not less than how

many times its least lateral

dimension?

8

10

12

15

unsupported length along the

longitudinal axis not less than how

many times its least lateral

dimension?

8

10

12

15

and added to concrete before or during its

mixing to modify its properties

Admixture

Aggregate

Mortar

Sand

and added to concrete before or during its

mixing to modify its properties

Admixture

Aggregate

Mortar

Sand

changes from positive to negative along

its longitudinal axis.

inflection point

maximum moment

neutral axis

section of zero shear

changes from positive to negative along

its longitudinal axis.

inflection point

maximum moment

neutral axis

section of zero shear

a structure to permit expected

movements between them is called.

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Contraction joint

Contact joint

a structure to permit expected

movements between them is called.

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Contraction joint

Contact joint

tension at the span of a beam.

Bottom Bar

Hook

Main Bar

Top Bar

tension at the span of a beam.

Bottom Bar

Hook

Main Bar

Top Bar

Portland cement and one part of

clean sand, used as a filter.

Admixture

Aggregate

Concrete

Mortar

Portland cement and one part of

clean sand, used as a filter.

Admixture

Aggregate

Concrete

Mortar

concrete structure where concreting

has been stopped and continued later

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Construction joint

Contact joint

concrete structure where concreting

has been stopped and continued later

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Construction joint

Contact joint

gravel, stone, and iron blast furnace

slag used with a cementing medium

to form a hydraulic cement

concrete.

Admixture

Aggregate

Mortar

Sand

gravel, stone, and iron blast furnace

slag used with a cementing medium

to form a hydraulic cement

concrete.

Admixture

Aggregate

Mortar

Sand

limited by the use of

chlordane chemical

vibrator

water

limited by the use of

chlordane chemical

vibrator

water

or deform over time under a constant

load The amount of movement varies

enormously depending upon the

material.

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Creep

Cold joint

or deform over time under a constant

load The amount of movement varies

enormously depending upon the

material.

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Creep

Cold joint

concrete construction at a joint and

designed to hold a butting edges

together, not designed for direct load

transfer

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie bar

concrete construction at a joint and

designed to hold a butting edges

together, not designed for direct load

transfer

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie bar

hardens before the next batch of

concrete is placed

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Creep

Cold joint

hardens before the next batch of

concrete is placed

Conduction joint

Construction joint

Creep

Cold joint

tension at the support of a beam.

Bottom Bar

Hook

Main Bar

Top Bar

tension at the support of a beam.

Bottom Bar

Hook

Main Bar

Top Bar

resistance to a change in angular

velocity about an axis of rotation.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

resistance to a change in angular

velocity about an axis of rotation.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

compression, or shear respectively when

the material sustain without failure is

called.

Bond stress

Working stress

Ultimate stress

Yielding stress

compression, or shear respectively when

the material sustain without failure is

called.

Bond stress

Working stress

Ultimate stress

Yielding stress

movable load

seismic load

wind load

none of the above

movable load

seismic load

wind load

none of the above

80% of the strength of the storey

above is considered as __________.

Soft Storey

Weak Storey

Overdesigned Storey

None of these

80% of the strength of the storey

above is considered as __________.

Soft Storey

Weak Storey

Overdesigned Storey

None of these

others, which are necessary for

emergency post-earthquake operations,

are classified as ___________.

Hazardous Facilities

Distribution Facilities

Seismic Facilities

Essential Facilities

others, which are necessary for

emergency post-earthquake operations,

are classified as ___________.

Hazardous Facilities

Distribution Facilities

Seismic Facilities

Essential Facilities

acting to transmit lateral forces to the

vertical resisting system including the

horizontal bracing system.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm Strut

Brace

Platform

acting to transmit lateral forces to the

vertical resisting system including the

horizontal bracing system.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm Strut

Brace

Platform

system provided to resist lateral

forces of a building.

Skeletal Frame

Braced Frame

Platform

system provided to resist lateral

forces of a building.

Skeletal Frame

Braced Frame

Platform

concrete that can easily be pumped. What type of

admixture in concrete the contractor will provide

which can reduce the requirement of mixing water

and produce a flowing concrete that does not

segregate and needs very little vibration

Retarder

Plasticizer

Accelerator

concrete that can easily be pumped. What type of

admixture in concrete the contractor will provide

which can reduce the requirement of mixing water

and produce a flowing concrete that does not

segregate and needs very little vibration

Retarder

Plasticizer

Accelerator

and of concrete shall be available for inspection

during the progress of work . How many years after

completion of the project shall certificates be

preserved by the inspecting engineer or architect.

1 years

2 year

5 years

10 years

and of concrete shall be available for inspection

during the progress of work . How many years after

completion of the project shall certificates be

preserved by the inspecting engineer or architect.

1 years

2 year

5 years

10 years

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

concrete?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

concrete?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

water?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

water?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

accelerating admixture with aggregate

larger than 10mm originally sprayed

under high air pressure of lining tunnels.

Pnuematic Gunite

Pnuematic mortar

Shotcrete

accelerating admixture with aggregate

larger than 10mm originally sprayed

under high air pressure of lining tunnels.

Pnuematic Gunite

Pnuematic mortar

Shotcrete

condition either to be no longer useful for

its intended function or to unsafe, it has

reached its __________.

Fracture State

Limit state

Rupture state

Ultimate strength

condition either to be no longer useful for

its intended function or to unsafe, it has

reached its __________.

Fracture State

Limit state

Rupture state

Ultimate strength

may result in sudden and brittle fracture

of a ductile material due to reversals of

stresses applied to a body repeatedly or

a great number of times.

Limit Stage

Inelastic failure

Metal Fatigue

Torsional rupture

may result in sudden and brittle fracture

of a ductile material due to reversals of

stresses applied to a body repeatedly or

a great number of times.

Limit Stage

Inelastic failure

Metal Fatigue

Torsional rupture

member under compression assumes a

deflected position.

Axial load

Buckling load

Deflecting load

Eccentric load

member under compression assumes a

deflected position.

Axial load

Buckling load

Deflecting load

Eccentric load

a member (beam/column) can rotate

slightly to eliminate all bending moment

in the member at that point.

Contraflexure point

Hinge

Roller

Support

a member (beam/column) can rotate

slightly to eliminate all bending moment

in the member at that point.

Contraflexure point

Hinge

Roller

Support

hinge/roller at one end and the other

end is projecting beyond a fixed support.

Continuous beam

Fixed beam

Semi-continuous beam

Simply supported beam

hinge/roller at one end and the other

end is projecting beyond a fixed support.

Continuous beam

Fixed beam

Semi-continuous beam

Simply supported beam

bottom of the basement floor of a

structure or road slab caused by the

presence of water.

Bearing pressure

Hydrodynamic pressure

Hydraulic pressure

Uplift pressure

bottom of the basement floor of a

structure or road slab caused by the

presence of water.

Bearing pressure

Hydrodynamic pressure

Hydraulic pressure

Uplift pressure

member of uniform thickness with forged

loop or head of greater width than the body,

with is proportioned to provide

approximately equal strength both in the

head and the body.

Bolt

Eyebar

Rocker

Tunbuckle

member of uniform thickness with forged

loop or head of greater width than the body,

with is proportioned to provide

approximately equal strength both in the

head and the body.

Bolt

Eyebar

Rocker

Tunbuckle

of various sizes placed compactly to

protect the banks or bed of a river from

the eroding effects of the flowing water.

Caisson

Cofferdam

Riprap

Sheet pile

of various sizes placed compactly to

protect the banks or bed of a river from

the eroding effects of the flowing water.

Caisson

Cofferdam

Riprap

Sheet pile

braces to resist wind or other

horizontal forces on a building.

Buckling moment

Overturning moment

braces to resist wind or other

horizontal forces on a building.

Buckling moment

Overturning moment

braces to resist wind or other

horizontal forces on a building.

Chevron bracing

Knee brace

Stiffener

Sway brace

braces to resist wind or other

horizontal forces on a building.

Chevron bracing

Knee brace

Stiffener

Sway brace

strengthening the soil to reduce its

shrinkage and ensure that it will not

move. Common methods are mixing

the soil with cement or compaction

Sand drain

Soil investigation

Soil Evaluation

Soil Stabilization

strengthening the soil to reduce its

shrinkage and ensure that it will not

move. Common methods are mixing

the soil with cement or compaction

Sand drain

Soil investigation

Soil Evaluation

Soil Stabilization

excavation made to collect water into

which a pump is placed to sewer the

liquid.

Cistern

Cofferdam

Septic tank

Sump

excavation made to collect water into

which a pump is placed to sewer the

liquid.

Cistern

Cofferdam

Septic tank

Sump

inspection if two hinges in alternate

spans, functions essentially as a

cantilever beam.

Gerber beam

Grade beam

Strap beam

Tie beam

inspection if two hinges in alternate

spans, functions essentially as a

cantilever beam.

Gerber beam

Grade beam

Strap beam

Tie beam

actual displacement of the ground with

respect to a stationary point during an

earthquake.

Accelerograph

Deflectometer

Seismograph

Seismometer

actual displacement of the ground with

respect to a stationary point during an

earthquake.

Accelerograph

Deflectometer

Seismograph

Seismometer

its capacity to carry imposed loads

when subjected to vibration such as

earthquake particularly when water

table saturates this layer.

Compaction

Liquidity

Liquefaction

Settlement

its capacity to carry imposed loads

when subjected to vibration such as

earthquake particularly when water

table saturates this layer.

Compaction

Liquidity

Liquefaction

Settlement

an opening for a door or window to

carry the wall over opening.

Grade beam

Lintel beam

Spandrel beam

Transom beam

an opening for a door or window to

carry the wall over opening.

Grade beam

Lintel beam

Spandrel beam

Transom beam

steepest angle with horizontal, a

heaped soil surface will make in

normal condition that will not slide.

Angle of cohesion

Angle of inclination

Angle of repose

steepest angle with horizontal, a

heaped soil surface will make in

normal condition that will not slide.

Angle of cohesion

Angle of inclination

Angle of repose

to the long span of a slab is less

then 0.50, slab.

cantilever slab

one-way slab

slab on fill

two-way slab

to the long span of a slab is less

then 0.50, slab.

cantilever slab

one-way slab

slab on fill

two-way slab

strain and deflection

characteristics of structural

behavior is referred to as:

plastic analysis

seismic analysis

structural analysis

stress analysis

strain and deflection

characteristics of structural

behavior is referred to as:

plastic analysis

seismic analysis

structural analysis

stress analysis

rest on top chord, and

preferably at the joints of

the truss:

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

rest on top chord, and

preferably at the joints of

the truss:

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

structural members from the

ridge of the roof down to the

eaves, providing support for the

covering of a roof.

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

structural members from the

ridge of the roof down to the

eaves, providing support for the

covering of a roof.

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

steel, reinforced concrete or

timber; used to support

concentrated loads at

isolated points along its

length

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

steel, reinforced concrete or

timber; used to support

concentrated loads at

isolated points along its

length

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

the usual length of the rafters

used in the same building; esp.

occurs in hip roofs

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

the usual length of the rafters

used in the same building; esp.

occurs in hip roofs

girders

jack rafter

Purlins

rafters

all force which act upon a

structure and anything else

which causes stresses or

deformation within a structure,

or part thereof:

deformation

loads

reactions

stresses

all force which act upon a

structure and anything else

which causes stresses or

deformation within a structure,

or part thereof:

deformation

loads

reactions

stresses

changes from positive to negative

Inflection Point

Neutral axis

Maximum Moment

Section Modulus

changes from positive to negative

Inflection Point

Neutral axis

Maximum Moment

Section Modulus

placement of concrete meet.

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

placement of concrete meet.

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

structure which permits movement

between them resulting from

contraction

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

structure which permits movement

between them resulting from

contraction

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

a building, structure or concrete work

which permits their relative movement

due to temperature changes (or other

conditions) without rupture or damage

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

a building, structure or concrete work

which permits their relative movement

due to temperature changes (or other

conditions) without rupture or damage

Contraction joint

Construction joint

Expansion joint

Truss joint

addition to its weight without the

benefit of a complete vertical load

carrying space frame.

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

addition to its weight without the

benefit of a complete vertical load

carrying space frame.

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

carries shear, resulting from forces

such as wind, blast or earthquake

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

carries shear, resulting from forces

such as wind, blast or earthquake

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

construction, an exterior wall that

is non-loadbearing, having no

structural function

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

construction, an exterior wall that

is non-loadbearing, having no

structural function

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

braced, that bears against an earth or

other fill surface and resists lateral and

other forces from the material in contact

with the side of the wall, thereby

preventing the mass from sliding to a lower

elevation.

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

braced, that bears against an earth or

other fill surface and resists lateral and

other forces from the material in contact

with the side of the wall, thereby

preventing the mass from sliding to a lower

elevation.

Bearing wall

Curtain wall

Retaining wall

Shear wall

when subjected to the action of a

force.

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

when subjected to the action of a

force.

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

ray of light, sound or radiant heat

undergoes when it strikes a

surface

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

ray of light, sound or radiant heat

undergoes when it strikes a

surface

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

static position, or from an

established direction or plane, as a

result of forces acting on the body

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

static position, or from an

established direction or plane, as a

result of forces acting on the body

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

Acceleration

Deflection

Deformation

Reflection

Piles at an inclination to

resist forces that are not

critical?

Guide piles

Batter piles

Slope piles

Fender piles

Piles at an inclination to

resist forces that are not

critical?

Guide piles

Batter piles

Slope piles

Fender piles

compression, or shear

respectively when the material

sustain without failure.

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

compression, or shear

respectively when the material

sustain without failure.

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

structures, the maximum unit stress

permitted under working loads by

codes and specifications

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

structures, the maximum unit stress

permitted under working loads by

codes and specifications

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

contact between two bonded surfaces,

such as between concrete and a steel

reinforcing bar

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

contact between two bonded surfaces,

such as between concrete and a steel

reinforcing bar

Bond stress

Ultimate stress

Working stress

Yielding stress

capable of developing without a

permanent deformation remaining upon

the complete release of stress.

Allowable stress

Bending Stress

Moment of Inertia

Proportional limit

capable of developing without a

permanent deformation remaining upon

the complete release of stress.

Allowable stress

Bending Stress

Moment of Inertia

Proportional limit

permitted under working

loads by codes and

specifications

Allowable stress

Bending Stress

Moment of Inertia

Proportional limit

permitted under working

loads by codes and

specifications

Allowable stress

Bending Stress

Moment of Inertia

Proportional limit

an elastic body is proportional to the

force applied, provided the stress does

not exceed the elastic limit of the

material.

Allowable stress

Hooks law

Law of Elasticity

Moment of Inertia

of an elastic body is proportional to

the force applied, provided the

stress does not exceed the elastic

limit of the material.

Allowable stress

Hooks law

Law of Elasticity

Moment of Inertia

The deformation of a

structural member as a

result of loads acting on it.

Deflection

Inflection

Strain

Stress

The deformation of a

structural member as a

result of loads acting on it.

Deflection

Inflection

Strain

Stress

member of the floor system is

called:

Girder

Girt

Purlin

Rafter

member of the floor system is

called:

Girder

Girt

Purlin

Rafter

is either partially or fully in place or

may not be present at all is called:

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

is either partially or fully in place or

may not be present at all is called:

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

structural member or over a surface

that supports the load.

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

structural member or over a surface

that supports the load.

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

including the weight of fixtures or

equipment permanently attached

to it.

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

including the weight of fixtures or

equipment permanently attached

to it.

Concentrated load

Dead load

Distributed load

Live load

point in the column when it

breaks.

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

point in the column when it

breaks.

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

reinforcing bar or reinforcing rod

which is required to anchor it in

concrete

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

reinforcing bar or reinforcing rod

which is required to anchor it in

concrete

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

reinforcement required to

develop the design strength at a

critical section

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

reinforcement required to

develop the design strength at a

critical section

Cross-sectional area

Development length

Effective length

Equivalent distance

In formula e = PL/AE, E

stands for:

Elongation

Equilibrium

Modulus of elasticity

Total deformation

In formula e = PL/AE, E

stands for:

Elongation

Equilibrium

Modulus of

elasticity

Total deformation

been subject to strain below its

elastic limit, the ratio of the unit

stress to the corresponding unit

strain.

Elongation

Equilibrium forces

Modulus of elasticity

Total deformation

been subject to strain below its

elastic limit, the ratio of the unit

stress to the corresponding unit

strain.

Elongation

Equilibrium forces

Modulus of elasticity

Total deformation

a concrete slab, or the like, to

minimize the possibility of developing

cracks as a result of temperature

changes.

Bottom bar

Metal plate

Stirrups

Temperature bar

a concrete slab, or the like, to

minimize the possibility of developing

cracks as a result of temperature

changes.

Bottom bar

Metal plate

Stirrups

Temperature bar

cylinder tank, multiply the area of

its base by its:

Diameter

Height

Perimeter

Radius

cylinder tank, multiply the area of

its base by its:

Diameter

Height

Perimeter

Radius

cylinder tank, multiply the height

from the base to the overflow by its:

Base

Base

Base

Base

Area

Diameter

Perimeter

Radius

cylinder tank, multiply the height

from the base to the overflow by its:

Base Area

Base Diameter

Base Perimeter

Base Radius

original cross section of a material

which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

original cross section of a material

which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

maximum unit stress permitted

under working loads by codes and

specifications.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

maximum unit stress permitted

under working loads by codes and

specifications.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

bending of a member, as under

a load.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

bending of a member, as under

a load.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

original cross section of a material

which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

original cross section of a material

which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

maximum unit stress permitted

under working loads by codes and

specifications.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

maximum unit stress permitted

under working loads by codes and

specifications.

Allowable stress

Bending stress

Flexural stress

Tensile stress

to determine the strength of

concrete mix.

Cement

Gravel

Lime

Sand

to determine the strength of

concrete mix.

Cement

Gravel

Lime

Sand

material divided by the allowable

working load.

Maximum strength

Safety factor

Strength limit

None of these

material divided by the allowable

working load.

Maximum strength

Safety factor

Strength limit

None of these

strength of a member or piece of

material or equipment to the

actual working stress when in

use.

Maximum strength

Safety factor

Strength limit

None of these

strength of a member or piece of

material or equipment to the

actual working stress when in

use.

Maximum strength

Safety factor

Strength limit

None of these

concrete reinforcement constructed?

90 degree bend plus 10 db

end of the bar

extension, at free

end of the bar

extension, at free

of the bar

concrete reinforcement constructed?

90 degree bend plus 10 db

end of the bar

extension, at free

free end of the bar

90 degree bend plus 6 db extension, at free end

of the bar

of at least 1/3 of the total reinforcement provided

for negative moment reinforcement as an

embedment length beyond the point of inflection?

Not less than the effective depth of member of 12

db, or 1/16th the clear span, whichever is greater.

L/3 + d or 24 db, or 1/12th the clear span,

whichever is greater.

Not less than 1.5 d or 14 db, or 1/12th the clear

span, whichever is greater.

L/4 + 2d or 12 db, 1/12th the clear span,

whichever is greater

of at least 1/3 of the total reinforcement provided

for negative moment reinforcement as an

embedment length beyond the point of inflection?

Not less than the effective depth of member

of 12 db, or 1/16th the clear span, whichever

is greater.

L/3 + d or 24 db, or 1/12th the clear span,

whichever is greater.

Not less than 1.5 d or 14 db, or 1/12th the clear

span, whichever is greater.

L/4 + 2d or 12 db, 1/12th the clear span,

reinforcement of beams and columns not exposed

to earth or weather for precast manufactured

under plant control conditions?

db but not less than 25 mm

db but not less than 15 mm and need not exceed

40 mm

db but not less than 20 mm and need not exceed

50 mm

reinforcement of beams and columns not exposed

to earth or weather for precast manufactured

under plant control conditions?

db but not less than 25 mm

db but not less than 15 mm and need not

exceed 40 mm

db but not less than 20 mm and need not exceed

50 mm

reinforcement of beams and columns not exposed

to earth or weather for cast in place concrete?

db but not less than 25 mm

db but not less than 15 mm and need not exceed

40 mm

db but not less than 20 mm and need not exceed

50 mm

db but not less than 30 mm

reinforcement of beams and columns not exposed

to earth or weather for cast in place concrete?

db but not less than 25 mm

db but not less than 15 mm and need not exceed

40 mm

db but not less than 20 mm and need not

exceed 50 mm

db but not less than 30 mm

the maximum attainable stress) at which

the material begins to exhibit plastic

properties; beyond this point an increase in

strain occurs without an increase in stress.

Bond stress

Working stress

Ultimate stress

Yielding stress

the maximum attainable stress) at which

the material begins to exhibit plastic

properties; beyond this point an increase in

strain occurs without an increase in stress.

Bond stress

Working stress

Ultimate stress

Yielding stress

being at rest or of moving uniformly

straight forward except insofar as it is

compelled to change its state by forces

impressed.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

being at rest or of moving uniformly

straight forward except insofar as it is

compelled to change its state by forces

impressed.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

without a complete vertical load

carrying space frame.

Brace frame system

Structural system

All of the above

without a complete vertical load

carrying space frame.

Brace frame system

Structural system

All of the above

designed to support gravity loads and

resist lateral forces. They may be

categorized as building or nonbuilding.

Bearing wall

Brace frame

Structure

All of the above

designed to support gravity loads and

resist lateral forces. They may be

categorized as building or nonbuilding.

Bearing wall

Brace frame

Structure

All of the above

enclosing longitudinal

reinforcement.

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie

enclosing longitudinal

reinforcement.

Dowel

Extra bar

Stirrup

Tie

without the bearing walls, composed of

interconnected members laterally

supported so as to function as a complete

self-contained unit with or without the aids

of horizontal diaphragms or floor-bracing

system:

box system

braced frame

Freeform

space frame

without the bearing walls, composed of

interconnected members laterally

supported so as to function as a complete

self-contained unit with or without the aids

of horizontal diaphragms or floor-bracing

system:

box system

braced frame

Freeform

space frame

known as

Girt

Girder

Sheath

stud

known as

Girt

Girder

Sheath

stud

above as well as their own dead

weight.

Load-bearing walls

Dead load

Shoring walls

None of these

above as well as their own dead

weight.

Load-bearing walls

Dead load

Shoring walls

None of these

point in the column when it breaks.

Development length

Cross-sectional area

Effective length

Equivalent distance

point in the column when it breaks.

Development length

Cross-sectional area

Effective length

Equivalent distance

rotate an object about an

axis.

Brace

Couple

Moment

none of the above

rotate an object about an

axis.

Brace

Couple

Moment

none of the above

measured in cubic units:

Area

Perimeter

Volume

None of the above

measured in cubic units:

Area

Perimeter

Volume

None of the above

connection.

of connection members

To make the analysis simpler

To allow for better load distribution

All of the above

connection.

of connection members

To make the analysis simpler

To allow for better load distribution

All of the above

and fine aggregate on the upper

surface of the concrete mass during

curing process due to an excess

amount of water used:

Grout

Laittance

Mortar

Plaster

and fine aggregate on the upper

surface of the concrete mass during

curing process due to an excess

amount of water used:

Grout

Laittance

Mortar

Plaster

A wall designed to resist lateral pressure to

the plane of the wall

A wall designed to resist earthquake forces

perpendicular to the plane of the wall

A type of shear induced in load bearing walls

A wall to block the shear caused by seismic

moment

A wall designed to resist lateral

pressure to the plane of the wall

A wall designed to resist earthquake forces

perpendicular to the plane of the wall

A type of shear induced in load bearing walls

A wall to block the shear caused by seismic

moment

measured from the supports of a beam.

Reaction

Resultant

Moment

inertia

measured from the supports of a beam.

Reaction

Resultant

Moment

inertia

support.

Cantilever beam

continuous beam

semi- continuous beam

simple beam

support.

Cantilever beam

continuous beam

semi- continuous beam

simple beam

its resistance to a change in

angular velocity about an axis of

rotation.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

its resistance to a change in

angular velocity about an axis of

rotation.

Brace System

moment of couple

moment of inertia

none of the above

parabolically varying

moments

bending formula

flexure formula

neutral axis

uniformly distributed

loads

parabolically varying

moments

bending formula

flexure formula

neutral axis

uniformly distributed

loads

variation in magnitude of the

bending moment

Concentrated load

Deflection

moment diagram

shear diagram

variation in magnitude of the

bending moment

Concentrated load

Deflection

moment diagram

shear diagram

inflection point in the column

when it breaks.

Development length

Cross-sectional area

Effective length

Equivalent distance

inflection point in the column

when it breaks.

Development length

Cross-sectional area

Effective length

Equivalent distance

the total lateral forces are

distributed to the various vertical

elements of the lateral forceresisting system.

Distribution of Horizontal

Shear

Stability against overturning

the total lateral forces are

distributed to the various vertical

elements of the lateral forceresisting system.

diagram

Distribution of Horizontal

Shear

stone or brick supporting an

overhanging structure, such as

an arch or balcony.

Beam

Corbel

Cornice

planks

stone or brick supporting an

overhanging structure, such as

an arch or balcony.

Beam

Corbel

Cornice

planks

between the supports of a

beam.

clear span

effective span

Span

neutral axis

between the supports of a

beam.

clear span

effective span

Span

neutral axis

through the centroid of the

cross section of a beam, along

which no bending stresses

occur.

clear span

effective span

span

neutral axis

through the centroid of the

cross section of a beam, along

which no bending stresses

occur.

clear span

effective span

span

neutral axis

flexural or bending stress

Moment

Moment of inertia

Section Modulus

Shear

flexural or bending stress

Moment

Moment of inertia

Section Modulus

Shear

between two supports of a

structure

clear span

effective span

span

neutral axis

between two supports of a

structure

clear span

effective span

span

neutral axis

spanning member deviates from a

true course under transverse

loading.

Deflection

Inflection

Moment

Shear

spanning member deviates from a

true course under transverse

loading.

Deflection

Inflection

Moment

Shear

which resists the tendency of an

external force to change the

shape of the body

Axial Force

Load

Stress

Strain

which resists the tendency of an

external force to change the

shape of the body

Axial Force

Load

Stress

Strain

faces of the support

clear span

effective span

Span

neutral axis

faces of the support

clear span

effective span

Span

neutral axis

concrete or masonry used to hold down

machinery, steel columns or beams,

casting, shoes, beam plates and engine

heads?

Anchor bolts

Foundation bolts

Friction bolts

Retaining bolts

concrete or masonry used to hold down

machinery, steel columns or beams,

casting, shoes, beam plates and engine

heads?

Anchor bolts

Foundation bolts

Friction bolts

Retaining bolts

building structure with its

threaded portion projecting;

used to secure frameworks.

Anchor bolts

Foundation bolts

Friction bolts

Retaining bolts

building structure with its

threaded portion projecting;

used to secure frameworks.

Anchor bolts

Foundation bolts

Friction bolts

Retaining bolts

cable, bar, rod or strand, or a bundle

of such elements, used to impart

prestress to concrete?

Prestress cables

Reinforcements

Tenon cables

Tendon

cable, bar, rod or strand, or a bundle

of such elements, used to impart

prestress to concrete?

Prestress cables

Reinforcements

Tenon cables

Tendon

THE CODE

NATIONAL STRUCTURAL

CODE OF THE

PHILIPPINES

the annular space around column not

embedded in poured footings, the sand

shall be thoroughly compacted by

tamping in layers not more than

_____mm in depth?

200

300

400

500

mm

mm

mm

mm

the annular space around column not

embedded in poured footings, the sand

shall be thoroughly compacted by

tamping in layers not more than

_____mm in depth?

200 mm

300 mm

400 mm

500 mm

spacing between parallel bars in a

layer must be db but not less than?

25mm

50mm

75mm

100mm

spacing between parallel bars in a

layer must be db but not less than?

25mm

50mm

75mm

100mm

a bundle terminated within the span of

flexural members shall terminate at

different points with at least ____

stagger:

10

20

30

40

db

db

db

db

a bundle terminated within the span of

flexural members shall terminate at

different points with at least ____

stagger:

10 db

20 db

30 db

40 db

an enclosed or partially enclosed with

mean roof height less than or equal

to?

15

18

21

24

M

M

M

M

an enclosed or partially enclosed with

mean roof height less than or equal

to?

15 M

18 M

21 M

24 M

bend diameter for 10mm

through 25mm bars

6 db

8 db

10 db

12 db

bend diameter for 10mm

through 25mm bars

6 db

8 db

10 db

12 db

clear concrete covering for cast

in place slab.

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

clear concrete covering for cast

in place slab.

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

length for deformed bars in tension

shall be less than.

150

200

250

300

mm

mm

mm

mm

length for deformed bars in tension

shall be less than.

150 mm

200 mm

250 mm

300 mm

cover cast against and permanently

exposed to earth.

50 mm

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

cover cast against and permanently

exposed to earth.

50 mm

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

tied reinforced compression members,

clear distance between longitudinal

bars shall not be less than?

1.50 db

1.75 db

2.0 db

2.15 db

or tied reinforced compression

members, clear distance between

longitudinal bars shall not be less

than?

1.50 db

1.75 db

2.0 db

2.15 db

than concrete joist construction, primary

flexural reinforcement shall not be spaced

farther apart than 3 times wall or slab

thickness nor farther than?

300mm

375mm

450mm

500mm

than concrete joist construction, primary

flexural reinforcement shall not be spaced

farther apart than 3 times wall or slab

thickness nor farther than?

300mm

375mm

450mm

500mm

strength design, the strength

reduction factor for flexure

without axial loads.

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

strength design, the strength

reduction factor for flexure

without axial loads.

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

strength design, the strength

reduction factor for shear and

torsion.

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

strength design, the strength

reduction factor for shear and

torsion.

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

one way slab thickness which is

simply supported at the ends

only.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

one way slab thickness which is

simply supported at the ends

only.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

one way slab thickness for a

ONE end continuous slab.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

one way slab thickness for a

ONE end continuous slab.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

one way slab thickness for a

BOTH ends continuous slab.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

one way slab thickness for a

BOTH ends continuous slab.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

cantilevered slab thickness.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

cantilevered slab thickness.

L/10

L/20

L/24

L/28

of seismic dead load with a minimum

of_______% of floor live load shall be

applicable for storage and warehouse

occupancies.

25%

30%

35%

50%

of seismic dead load with a minimum

of_______% of floor live load shall be

applicable for storage and warehouse

occupancies.

25%

30%

35%

50%

excavation work, the person making the

excavation shall notify in writing the

owner of the adjoining building not less

than _____days before such excavation is

to be made.

10

15

30

60

days

days

days

days

excavation work, the person making the

excavation shall notify in writing the

owner of the adjoining building not less

than _____days before such excavation is

to be made.

10 days

15 days

30 days

60 days

a wind velocity of ____Kph?

150

150

200

250

Kph

Kph

Kph

Kph

a wind velocity of ____Kph?

150 Kph

150 Kph

200 Kph

250 Kph

lateral support for a beam shall not

exceed _______times the least width

b of compression flange or face.

30

40

50

60

lateral support for a beam shall not

exceed _______times the least width

b of compression flange or face.

30

40

50

60

UNIFORM SECTION SHALL HAVE A

NOMINAL OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF NOT

LESS THAN (NSCP 307.7.3)

200 MM

250 MM

300 MM

350 MM

UNIFORM SECTION SHALL HAVE A

NOMINAL OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF NOT

LESS THAN (NSCP 307.7.3)

200 MM

250 MM

300 MM

350 MM

28MM THROUGH 36MM BARS (NSCP

407.30)

12 db

6 db

8 db

10 db

28MM THROUGH 36MM BARS (NSCP

407.30)

12 db

6 db

8 db

10 db

BETWEEN PARALLEL BARS IN A

LAYER MUST BE 1.5 DB BUT NOT

LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

50mm

25mm

75mm

100mm

BETWEEN PARALLEL BARS IN A

LAYER MUST BE 1.5 DB BUT NOT

LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

50mm

25mm

75mm

100mm

MEMBERS, CLEAR DISTANCE BETWEEN LONGITUDINAL BARS

SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

2.0 db

2.15 db

1.50 db

1.75 db

MEMBERS, CLEAR DISTANCE BETWEEN LONGITUDINAL BARS

SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

2.0 db

2.15 db

1.50 db

1.75 db

CONCRETE JOIST CONSTRUCTION, PRIMARY

FLEXURAL REINFORCEMENT SHALL NOT BE

SPACED FARTHER APART THAN 3 TIMES WALL

OR SLAB THICKNESS NOR FARTHER THAN?

(NSCP 407.7.5)

375mm

450mm

500mm

300mm

CONCRETE JOIST CONSTRUCTION, PRIMARY

FLEXURAL REINFORCEMENT SHALL NOT BE

SPACED FARTHER APART THAN 3 TIMES WALL

OR SLAB THICKNESS NOR FARTHER THAN?

(NSCP 407.7.5)

375mm

450mm

500mm

300mm

BUNDLED IN CONTACT TO ACT AS ONE UNIT

SHALL BE UNITED TO ___ PIECES IN ONE

BUNDLE. (NSCP 407.7.6.1)

BUNDLED IN CONTACT TO ACT AS ONE UNIT

SHALL BE UNITED TO ___ PIECES IN ONE

BUNDLE. (NSCP 407.7.6.1)

NOT BE BUNDLED IN BEAMS: (NSCP

407.7.6.3)

25mm

16mm

28mm

36mm

NOT BE BUNDLED IN BEAMS: (NSCP

407.7.6.3)

25mm

16mm

28mm

36mm

TERMINATED WITHIN THE SPAN OF

FLEXURAL MEMBERS SHALL TERMINATE AT

DIFFERENT POINTS WITH AT LEAST ____

STAGGER: (NSCP 407.7.6.4)

12

10

50

40

db

db

db

db

TERMINATED WITHIN THE SPAN OF

FLEXURAL MEMBERS SHALL TERMINATE AT

DIFFERENT POINTS WITH AT LEAST ____

STAGGER: (NSCP 407.7.6.4)

12 db

10 db

50 db

40 db

AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH:

(NSCP 407.8.1)

100 mm

75 mm

50 mm

150 mm

AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH:

(NSCP 407.8.1)

100 mm

75 mm

50 mm

150 mm

COVERING FOR CAST IN PLACE

SLAB:

(NSCP 407.8.1)

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

COVERING FOR CAST IN PLACE

SLAB:

(NSCP 407.8.1)

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR FOR

FLEXURE WITHOUT AXIAL LOADS: (NSCP

409.2.1)

0.85

0.75

0.90

0.70

STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR FOR

FLEXURE WITHOUT AXIAL LOADS: (NSCP

409.2.1)

0.85

0.75

0.90

0.70

THE STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR

FOR SHEAR AND TORSION: (NSCP

409.4.2.3)

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

THE STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR

FOR SHEAR AND TORSION: (NSCP

409.4.2.3)

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

THICKNESS WHICH IS SIMPLY

SUPPORTED AT THE ENDS ONLY IS:

(NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/28

L/10

THICKNESS WHICH IS SIMPLY

SUPPORTED AT THE ENDS ONLY IS:

(NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/28

L/10

THICKNESS FOR A ONE END

CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THICKNESS FOR A ONE END

CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THICKNESS FOR A BOTH ENDS

CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP

409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THICKNESS FOR A BOTH ENDS

CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP

409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THICKNESS IS : (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THICKNESS IS : (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO

CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:

(NSCP 410.8.10)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO

CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:

(NSCP 410.8.10)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO

CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:

(NSCP 307.4.2)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO

CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:

(NSCP 307.4.2)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO AXIS

OF NON-PRESTRESSED MEMBER

SHALL NOT EXCEED: (NSCP

411.6.4.1)

d/2

d/4

d/5

PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO AXIS

OF NON-PRESTRESSED MEMBER

SHALL NOT EXCEED: (NSCP

411.6.4.1)

d/2

d/4

d/5

SYSTEM OF THE CONCENTRIC OR

ECCENTRIC TYPE THAT IS PROVIDED

TO RESIST LATERAL FORCES: (NCSP

208.1)

Braced frame

Diaphragm

Collector

SYSTEM OF THE CONCENTRIC OR

ECCENTRIC TYPE THAT IS PROVIDED

TO RESIST LATERAL FORCES: (NCSP

208.1)

Braced frame

Diaphragm

Collector

AND JOINTS ARE CAPABLE OF

RESISTING FORCES PRIMARILY BY

FLEXURE:

Truss

AND JOINTS ARE CAPABLE OF

RESISTING FORCES PRIMARILY BY

FLEXURE:

Truss

LOAD WITH A MINIMUM OF ________% OF

FLOOR LIVE LOAD SHALL BE APPLICABLE

FOR STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE

OCCUPANCIES. (NSCP 208.5.1.1)

50%

25%

30%

35%

LOAD WITH A MINIMUM OF ________% OF

FLOOR LIVE LOAD SHALL BE APPLICABLE

FOR STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE

OCCUPANCIES. (NSCP 208.5.1.1)

50%

25%

30%

35%

BE NO STEEPER THAN _______%

SLOPE. (NSCP 302.2.2)

50%

60%

30%

40%

BE NO STEEPER THAN _______%

SLOPE. (NSCP 302.2.2)

50%

60%

30%

40%

THE PERSON MAKING THE EXCAVATION SHALL

NOTIFY IN WRITING THE OWNER OF THE

ADJOINING BUILDING NOT LESS THAN _____DAYS

BEFORE SUCH EXCAVATION IS TO BE MADE. (NSCP

302.2.4)

15 days

10 days

30 days

60 days

THE PERSON MAKING THE EXCAVATION SHALL

NOTIFY IN WRITING THE OWNER OF THE

ADJOINING BUILDING NOT LESS THAN _____DAYS

BEFORE SUCH EXCAVATION IS TO BE MADE. (NSCP

302.2.4)

15 days

10 days

30 days

60 days

CONSTRUCTED ON NATURAL SLOPES

STEEPER THAN ____% SLOPE (NSCP

302.3.1)

50%

10%

20%

60%

CONSTRUCTED ON NATURAL SLOPES

STEEPER THAN ____% SLOPE (NSCP

302.3.1)

50%

10%

20%

60%

TOE OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE

BOUNDARY LINE: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

1.50 M

2.00 M

TOE OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE

BOUNDARY LINE: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

1.50 M

2.00 M

OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE

BOUNDARY: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

6.00 M

1.00 M

OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE

BOUNDARY: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

6.00 M

1.00 M

AROUND COLUMN NOT EMBEDDED IN POURED

FOOTINGS, THE SAND SHALL BE THOROUGHLY

COMPACTED BY TAMPING IN LAYERS NOT MORE

THAN _____MM IN DEPTH? (NSCP 305.7.3)

500 mm

400 mm

200 mm

300 mm

AROUND COLUMN NOT EMBEDDED IN POURED

FOOTINGS, THE SAND SHALL BE THOROUGHLY

COMPACTED BY TAMPING IN LAYERS NOT MORE

THAN _____MM IN DEPTH? (NSCP 305.7.3)

500 mm

400 mm

200 mm

300 mm

SPACE AROUND COLUMN NOT EMBEDDED IN

POURED FOOTINGS, THE CONCRETE SHALL HAVE

ULTIMATE STRENGTH OF ____MPA AT 28 DAYS.

(NSCP 305.7.3)

30 Mpa

15 Mpa

10 Mpa

5 Mpa

SPACE AROUND COLUMN NOT EMBEDDED IN

POURED FOOTINGS, THE CONCRETE SHALL HAVE

ULTIMATE STRENGTH OF ____MPA AT 28 DAYS.

(NSCP 305.7.3)

30 Mpa

15 Mpa

10 Mpa

5 Mpa

SHAPES ARE USED ON SOILS, THEY SHALL BE

COMPLETELY EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE.

CONCRETE COVER SHALL BE AT LEAST _____MM ON

THE BOTTOM. (NSCP 305.8)

100 mm

150 mm

200 mm

250 mm

SHAPES ARE USED ON SOILS, THEY SHALL BE

COMPLETELY EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE.

CONCRETE COVER SHALL BE AT LEAST _____MM ON

THE BOTTOM. (NSCP 305.8)

100 mm

150 mm

200 mm

250 mm

MAY BE SUPPORTED UPON WOOD SILLS OR

STEEL PLATES PLACED DIRECTLY UPON THE

GROUND SURFACE, PROVIDED SOIL PRESSURE

DOES NOT EXCEED ____KPA. (NSCP 305.9)

100 Kpa

50 Kpa

150 Kpa

200 Kpa

MAY BE SUPPORTED UPON WOOD SILLS OR

STEEL PLATES PLACED DIRECTLY UPON THE

GROUND SURFACE, PROVIDED SOIL PRESSURE

DOES NOT EXCEED ____KPA. (NSCP 305.9)

100 Kpa

50 Kpa

150 Kpa

200 Kpa

BOLTS WHEN WOOD PLATES OR SILL SHALL BE

BOLTED TO FOUNDATION WALL IN ZONE 2

SEISMIC AREA IN THE PHILIPPINES. (NSCP

305.60)

10mm

12mm

16mm

20mm

BOLTS WHEN WOOD PLATES OR SILL SHALL BE

BOLTED TO FOUNDATION WALL IN ZONE 2

SEISMIC AREA IN THE PHILIPPINES. (NSCP

305.60)

10mm

12mm

16mm

20mm

STEEL BOLTS WHEN WOOD PLATES OR

SILL SHALL BE BOLTED TO FOUNDATION

WALL IN ZONE 4 SEISMIC AREA IN THE

PHILIPPINES. (NSCP 305.60)

10mm

12mm

16mm

20mm

STEEL BOLTS WHEN WOOD PLATES OR

SILL SHALL BE BOLTED TO FOUNDATION

WALL IN ZONE 4 SEISMIC AREA IN THE

PHILIPPINES. (NSCP 305.60)

10mm

12mm

16mm

20mm

STRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC FORCES SHALL

BE INTERCONNECTED BY TIES. SUCH TIES SHALL BE

CAPABLE OF RESISTING IN TENSION OR COMPRESSION

A MINIMUM HORIZONTAL FORCE EQUAL TO _____% OF

THE LARGEST COLUMN VERTICAL LOAD. (NSCP

306.20)

15%

20%

10%

STRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC FORCES SHALL

BE INTERCONNECTED BY TIES. SUCH TIES SHALL BE

CAPABLE OF RESISTING IN TENSION OR COMPRESSION

A MINIMUM HORIZONTAL FORCE EQUAL TO _____% OF

THE LARGEST COLUMN VERTICAL LOAD. (NSCP

306.20)

15%

20%

10%

BE CONSIDERED FIXED AND LATERALLY

SUPPORTED AT _____M BELOW THE

GROUND SURFACE. (NSCP 306.20)

1.50 M

2.00 M

2.50 M

3.00 M

BE CONSIDERED FIXED AND LATERALLY

SUPPORTED AT _____M BELOW THE

GROUND SURFACE. (NSCP 306.20)

1.50 M

2.00 M

2.50 M

3.00 M

MAY BE CONSIDERED FIXED AND

LATERALLY SUPPORTED AT _____M

BELOW THE GROUND SURFACE.

(NSCP 306.20)

1.50 M

2.00 M

2.50 M

3.00 M

MAY BE CONSIDERED FIXED AND

LATERALLY SUPPORTED AT _____M

BELOW THE GROUND SURFACE.

(NSCP 306.20)

1.50 M

2.00 M

2.50 M

3.00 M

PLACE PILES/BORED PILES SHALL BE

_____TIMES THE AVERAGE DIAMETER OF

THE PILE. (NSCP 307.2.1)

10 times

20 times

30 times

15 times

PLACE PILES/BORED PILES SHALL BE

_____TIMES THE AVERAGE DIAMETER OF

THE PILE. (NSCP 307.2.1)

10 times

20 times

30 times

15 times

HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE

STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN

______MPA. (NSCP 307.2.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE

STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN

______MPA. (NSCP 307.2.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE

STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN

_____MPA. (NSCP 304.7.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE

STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN

_____MPA. (NSCP 304.7.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

AND SPIRALS IN A DRIVEN PRE-CAST

CONCRETE PILE CENTER TO CENTER.

(NSCP 307.5.1)

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

150 mm

AND SPIRALS IN A DRIVEN PRE-CAST

CONCRETE PILE CENTER TO CENTER.

(NSCP 307.5.1)

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

150 mm

PILES SHALL HAVE A SPECIFIED

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH FC OF NOT

LESS THAN ____MPA. (NSCP 307.5.1)

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

35 Mpa

PILES SHALL HAVE A SPECIFIED

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH FC OF NOT

LESS THAN ____MPA. (NSCP 307.5.1)

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

35 Mpa

OF PIPE PILES WHEN USED MUST

BE? (NSCP 307.6.3)

300 mm

250 mm

350 mm

400 mm

OF PIPE PILES WHEN USED MUST

BE? (NSCP 307.6.3)

300 mm

250 mm

350 mm

400 mm

TO WHAT TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Standard occupancy

TO WHAT TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Standard occupancy

SHEDS, AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS

FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF

OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

SHEDS, AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS

FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF

OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

ADULT EDUCATION WITH A CAPACITY OF

500 OR MORE STUDENTS FALL TO WHAT

TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

ADULT EDUCATION WITH A CAPACITY OF

500 OR MORE STUDENTS FALL TO WHAT

TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

HOUSING AND SUPPORTING TOXIC OR

EXPLOSIVE CHEMICALS OR SUBSTANCES

FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF CATEGORY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

HOUSING AND SUPPORTING TOXIC OR

EXPLOSIVE CHEMICALS OR SUBSTANCES

FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF CATEGORY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED WITH

LIVE LOAD ONLY. (NSCP 107.2.2)

L/300

L/360

L/200

L/240

STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED WITH

LIVE LOAD ONLY. (NSCP 107.2.2)

L/300

L/360

L/200

L/240

ANY STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED

WITH DEAD LOAD AND LIVE LOAD

ONLY. (NSCP 104.2.2)

L/240

L/300

L/360

L/200

ANY STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED

WITH DEAD LOAD AND LIVE LOAD

ONLY. (NSCP 104.2.2)

L/240

L/300

L/360

L/200

TO RESIST SLIDING BY AT LEAST

_______TIMES THE LATERAL FORCE.

(NSCP 206.6)

1.50

1.0

TO RESIST SLIDING BY AT LEAST

_______TIMES THE LATERAL FORCE.

(NSCP 206.6)

1.50

1.0

DESIGNED TO RESIST OVERTURNING

BY AT LEAST ______TIMES THE

OVERTURNING MOMENT. (NSCP 206.6)

1.0

2.50

2.0

1.50

DESIGNED TO RESIST OVERTURNING

BY AT LEAST ______TIMES THE

OVERTURNING MOMENT. (NSCP 206.6)

1.0

2.50

2.0

1.50

HAVING ALL WALLS AT LEAST _____%

OPEN. (NSCP 207)

50%

60%

80%

75%

HAVING ALL WALLS AT LEAST _____%

OPEN. (NSCP 207)

50%

60%

80%

75%

ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED

WITH MEAN ROOF HEIGHT LESS

THAN OR EQUAL TO? (NSCP 207.20)

70 M

50 M

15 M

18 M

ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED

WITH MEAN ROOF HEIGHT LESS

THAN OR EQUAL TO? (NSCP 207.20)

70 M

50 M

15 M

18 M

FACTOR LW FOR ESSENTIAL

FACILITIES IS EQUAL TO? (NSCP

207.50)

1.15

1.0

2.15

0.87

FACTOR LW FOR ESSENTIAL

FACILITIES IS EQUAL TO? (NSCP

207.50)

1.15

1.0

2.15

0.87

FACTOR FOR HAZARDOUS FACILITIES

IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

0.87

1.15

2.15

FACTOR FOR HAZARDOUS FACILITIES

IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

0.87

1.15

2.15

FACTOR FOR STANDARD OCCUPANCY

STRUCTURES IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

FACTOR FOR STANDARD OCCUPANCY

STRUCTURES IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

FOR MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES IS

EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

FOR MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES IS

EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

THE BUILDINGS HAVING A HEIGHT GREATER

THAN 21M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE

CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING? (NSCP

207.5.3)

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

THE BUILDINGS HAVING A HEIGHT GREATER

THAN 21M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE

CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING? (NSCP

207.5.3)

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING HEIGHTS LESS

THAN 9M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE

CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING HEIGHTS LESS

THAN 9M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE

CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

WIND FLOWING OVER OPEN WATER FOR A

DISTANCE OF AT LEAST 2 KM FALLS ON

WHAT EXPOSURE CATEGORY FOR WIND

LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

WIND FLOWING OVER OPEN WATER FOR A

DISTANCE OF AT LEAST 2 KM FALLS ON

WHAT EXPOSURE CATEGORY FOR WIND

LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

OR OTHER TERRAIN WITH NUMEROUS CLOSELY

SPACED OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING THE SIZE OF

SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING OR LARGER FALLS ON

WHAT EXPOSURE CATEGORY FOR WIND

LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

OR OTHER TERRAIN WITH NUMEROUS CLOSELY

SPACED OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING THE SIZE OF

SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING OR LARGER FALLS ON

WHAT EXPOSURE CATEGORY FOR WIND

LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

150 Kph

250 Kph

125 Kph

200 Kph

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

150 Kph

250 Kph

125 Kph

200 Kph

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

SPECIMENS, NO INDIVIDUAL STRENGTH TEST

(AVERAGE OF 2 CYLINDERS) FALLS BELOW

FC BY MORE THAN _______. (NSCP

405.7.3.3)

3.50 Mpa

4.0 Mpa

4.25 Mpa

5 Mpa

SPECIMENS, NO INDIVIDUAL STRENGTH TEST

(AVERAGE OF 2 CYLINDERS) FALLS BELOW

FC BY MORE THAN _______. (NSCP

405.7.3.3)

3.50 Mpa

4.0 Mpa

4.25 Mpa

5 Mpa

COMPRESSION MEMBER, IT SHALL BE PERMITTED

TO TAKE THE RADIUS OF GYRATION EQUAL TO

_______TIMES THE OVERALL DIMENSION OF THE

DIRECTION OF STABILITY IS BEING CONSIDERED.

(NSCP 410.12.20)

0.30

0.45

0.50

0.75

COMPRESSION MEMBER, IT SHALL BE PERMITTED

TO TAKE THE RADIUS OF GYRATION EQUAL TO

_______TIMES THE OVERALL DIMENSION OF THE

DIRECTION OF STABILITY IS BEING CONSIDERED.

(NSCP 410.12.20)

0.30

0.45

0.50

0.75

ON COMPRESSIVE FORCE, THE

SLENDERNESS RATIO KL/R PREFERABLY

SHOULD NOT EXCEED ________? (NSCP

502.8.1)

300

250

200

350

ON COMPRESSIVE FORCE, THE

SLENDERNESS RATIO KL/R PREFERABLY

SHOULD NOT EXCEED ________? (NSCP

502.8.1)

300

250

200

350

ON TENSILE FORCE, THE SLENDERNESS

RATIO L/R PREFERABLY SHOULD NOT

EXCEED _________.

200

300

250

350

ON TENSILE FORCE, THE SLENDERNESS

RATIO L/R PREFERABLY SHOULD NOT

EXCEED _________.

200

300

250

350

ALLOWABLE STRESS ON THE NET AREA

OF THE PINHOLE FOR PIN CONNECTED

MEMBERS IS _________. (NSCP 504.4.1.1)

0.60 Fy

0.50 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.40 Fy

ALLOWABLE STRESS ON THE NET AREA

OF THE PINHOLE FOR PIN CONNECTED

MEMBERS IS _________. (NSCP 504.4.1.1)

0.60 Fy

0.50 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.40 Fy

MEMBERS, THE ALLOWABLE TENSILE

STRESS SHALL NOT EXCEED _______ ON

THE GROSS AREA. (NSCP 504.2.1)

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.33 Fy

0.66 Fy

MEMBERS, THE ALLOWABLE TENSILE

STRESS SHALL NOT EXCEED _______ ON

THE GROSS AREA. (NSCP 504.2.1)

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.33 Fy

0.66 Fy

BOLTS, NUTS AND INTERMITTENT WELDS

CORRECTLY TWO ROLLED SHAPES IN

CONTACT FOR A BUILT UP SECTION SHALL

NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP 505.5.4)

700 mm

500 mm

600 mm

400 mm

BOLTS, NUTS AND INTERMITTENT WELDS

CORRECTLY TWO ROLLED SHAPES IN

CONTACT FOR A BUILT UP SECTION SHALL

NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP 505.5.4)

700 mm

500 mm

600 mm

400 mm

ARRANGED IN SINGLE SYSTEM SHALL

NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP

505.5.80)

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

ARRANGED IN SINGLE SYSTEM SHALL

NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP

505.5.80)

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

ARRANGED IN DOUBLE SYSTEM

SHALL NOT EXCEED ________.

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

ARRANGED IN DOUBLE SYSTEM

SHALL NOT EXCEED ________.

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

WEAK AXES, MEMBERS WITH COMPACT SECTIONS

WHERE THE FLANGES CONTINUOUSLY

CONNECTED TO WEB THE ALLOWABLE BENDING

STRESS IS _________. (NSCP 506.4.1.1)

0.75 Fy

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.66 Fy

WEAK AXES, MEMBERS WITH COMPACT SECTIONS

WHERE THE FLANGES CONTINUOUSLY

CONNECTED TO WEB THE ALLOWABLE BENDING

STRESS IS _________. (NSCP 506.4.1.1)

0.75 Fy

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.66 Fy

MEMBERS THAT MEET THE NON COMPACT

SECTION REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 502.6,

THE ALLOWABLE BENDING STRESS IS ________.

(NSCP 506.4.1.1)

0.75 Fy

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.66 Fy

MEMBERS THAT MEET THE NON COMPACT

SECTION REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 502.6,

THE ALLOWABLE BENDING STRESS IS ________.

(NSCP 506.4.1.1)

0.75 Fy

0.60 Fy

0.45 Fy

0.66 Fy

STIFFNESS TO THE GIRDER WEB SHALL

BE SPACED NOT MORE THAN ______MM

ON CENTERS. (NSCP 507.5.3)

300 mm

400 mm

350 mm

250 mm

STIFFNESS TO THE GIRDER WEB SHALL

BE SPACED NOT MORE THAN ______MM

ON CENTERS. (NSCP 507.5.3)

300 mm

400 mm

350 mm

250 mm

MODULUS OF THE TRANSFORMED COMPOSITE SECTION

SHALL BE USED IN CALCULATING THE CONCRETE

FLEXURAL COMPRESSED STRESS AND FOR

CONSTRUCTION WITHOUT TEMPORARY SHORES, THIS

STRESS SHALL BE BASED UPON LOADING APPLIED AFTER

THE CONCRETE HAS REACHED _____% OF ITS REQUIRED

STRENGTH.

50%

60%

80%

MODULUS OF THE TRANSFORMED COMPOSITE SECTION

SHALL BE USED IN CALCULATING THE CONCRETE

FLEXURAL COMPRESSED STRESS AND FOR

CONSTRUCTION WITHOUT TEMPORARY SHORES, THIS

STRESS SHALL BE BASED UPON LOADING APPLIED AFTER

THE CONCRETE HAS REACHED _____% OF ITS REQUIRED

STRENGTH.

50%

60%

80%

LEAST ________MM OF LATERAL

CONCRETE COVERING. (NSCP 509.5.8)

50 mm

100 mm

25 mm

40 mm

LEAST ________MM OF LATERAL

CONCRETE COVERING. (NSCP 509.5.8)

50 mm

100 mm

25 mm

40 mm

STUD CONNECTORS ALONG THE LONGITUDINAL

AXIS OF SUPPORTING COMPOSITE BEAM IS

____________.

(NSCP 509.5.8)

6 diameter of connector

10 diameter of connector

12 diameter of connector

5 diameter of connector

STUD CONNECTORS ALONG THE LONGITUDINAL

AXIS OF SUPPORTING COMPOSITE BEAM IS

____________.

(NSCP 509.5.8)

6 diameter of connector

10 diameter of connector

12 diameter of connector

5 diameter of connector

OF STUD CONNECTORS ALONG THE

LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF SUPPORTING

COMPOSITE BEAM IS ____________. (NSCP

509.5.8)

8 diameter of connector

6 diameter of connector

5 diameter of connector

10 diameter of connector

OF STUD CONNECTORS ALONG THE

LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF SUPPORTING

COMPOSITE BEAM IS ____________. (NSCP

509.5.8)

8 diameter of connector

6 diameter of connector

5 diameter of connector

10 diameter of connector

STRESSES, EXCEPT FOR LACING, SAG BARS AND

GIRTS, SHALL BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT NOT

LESS THAN ________KN OF FORCE. (NSCP

510.10.61)

30

50

26.70

35

STRESSES, EXCEPT FOR LACING, SAG BARS AND

GIRTS, SHALL BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT NOT

LESS THAN ________KN OF FORCE. (NSCP

510.10.61)

30

50

26.70

35

COMPRESSION MEMBERS IN TRUSSES SHALL DEVELOP

THE FORCE DUE TO THE DESIGN LOAD, BUT NO LESS

THAN _______% AT THE EFFECTIVE STRENGTH OF THE

MEMBER UNLESS A SMALLER PERCENTAGE IS JUSTIFIED

BY ENGINEERING ANALYSIS THAT CONSIDERS OTHER

FACTORS INCLUDING HANDLING, SHIPPING AND

ERECTION. (NSCP 510.2.5.1)

50

70

65

COMPRESSION MEMBERS IN TRUSSES SHALL DEVELOP

THE FORCE DUE TO THE DESIGN LOAD, BUT NO LESS

THAN _______% AT THE EFFECTIVE STRENGTH OF THE

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