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The tendency of an object to resist any


change in its rest or motion.

Action
Force
Inertia
Statics

The tendency of an object to resist any


change in its rest or motion.

Action
Force
Inertia
Statics

Condition in which forces are


counteracted by a force resulting in a
stable balanced force system.

centroid of points loads


equilibrium
force system
reaction force

Condition in which forces are


counteracted by a force resulting in a
stable balanced force system.

centroid of points loads


equilibrium
force system
reaction force

Where the lines of action of all the


forces in a force system lie in the
same plane.

collinear forces
coplanar force system
non concurrent force system
parallel force system

Where the lines of action of all the


forces in a force system lie in the
same plane.

collinear forces
coplanar force system
non concurrent force system
parallel force system

Branch of engineering mechanics


that is concerned with the analysis
of loads.

Action
Dynamics
Moment
Statics

Branch of engineering mechanics


that is concerned with the analysis
of loads.

Action
Dynamics
Moment
Statics

One Newton is equal to.

1
1
1
1

Kg*M/s
Kg*M/s2
Kg*mm/s2
Kg*mm/s

One Newton is equal to.

1 Kg*M/s
1 Kg*M/s2
1 Kg*mm/s2
1 Kg*mm/s

Two or more forces acting as a


single force on a free body
diagram.

Applied force
Equilibrium force
Reaction force
Resultant force

Two or more forces acting as a


single force on a free body
diagram.

Applied force
Equilibrium force
Reaction force
Resultant force

A force measured at a distance


from the axis of rotation to the
point being considered.

Compression
Moment
Moment arm
Tension

A force measured at a distance


from the axis of rotation to the
point being considered.

Compression
Moment
Moment arm
Tension

Two or more forces acting on a


body or on a group of related
bodies.

Axial
Force System
Parallel force system
Vector

Two or more forces acting on a


body or on a group of related
bodies.

Axial
Force System
Parallel force system
Vector

A force that act in the opposite


direction equal to an action force.

centroid of points loads


equilibrant
force system
resultant force

A force that act in the opposite


direction equal to an action force.

centroid of points loads


equilibrant
force system
resultant force

The component of a diagonal


force assumed to be directed
towards gravity.

Direction
Gravitational force
X component
Y component

The component of a diagonal


force assumed to be directed
towards gravity.

Direction
Gravitational force
X component
Y component

A temporary change in the


dimensions or shape of a body
produced by a stress

plasticity
elastic deformation
elastic range
all of the above

A temporary change in the


dimensions or shape of a body
produced by a stress

plasticity
elastic deformation
elastic range
all of the above

A graphic representation of the


relationship between unit stress values
and the corresponding unit strain for a
specific material

Free body diagram


Loading diagram
Shear & Moment Diagram
Stress- strain diagram

A graphic representation of the


relationship between unit stress values
and the corresponding unit strain for a
specific material

Free body diagram


Loading diagram
Shear & Moment Diagram
Stress- strain diagram

Maximum Stress that can be


attained immediately before actual
failure or rapture.

Maximum Strength
Rupture Strength
Ultimate strength
Yield Point

Maximum Stress that can be


attained immediately before actual
failure or rapture.

Maximum Strength
Rupture Strength
Ultimate strength
Yield Point

The act of stretching or state of being


pulled apart, resulting in the
elongation of an elastic body.

axial force
compression
normal force
tension

The act of stretching or state of being


pulled apart, resulting in the
elongation of an elastic body.

axial force
compression
normal force
tension

Stress at w/c the material


specimen breaks.

Maximum Strength
Rupture Strength
Ultimate strength
Yield Point

Stress at w/c the material


specimen breaks.

Maximum Strength
Rupture Strength
Ultimate strength
Yield Point

A longitudinal strain that tend to


shorten the object

Compression
Moment
Tension
Torsion.

A longitudinal strain that tend to


shorten the object

Compression
Moment
Tension
Torsion.

A push or pull that tend to move a


body to the direction of its action.

Action
Force
Moment
Statics

A push or pull that tend to move a


body to the direction of its action.

Action
Force
Moment
Statics

1Mpa is equal to?

1
1
1
1

N/
N/
N/
N/

m
m
mm
mm

1Mpa is equal to?

1 N/ m
1 N/ m
1 N/ mm
1 N/ mm

The component of a diagonal


force assumed to be directed
parallel to the horizon.

Direction
Gravitational force
X component
Y component

The component of a diagonal


force assumed to be directed
parallel to the horizon.

Direction
Gravitational force
X component
Y component

The rotational force measured at a


given axis at a given point on a
beam

internal force
external force
moment
moment arm

The rotational force measured at a


given axis at a given point on a
beam

internal force
external force
moment
moment arm

Type of load that is increasing or


decreasing linearly throughout the
length of the beam

concentrated load
combination load
uniformly distributed load
uniformly varying load

Type of load that is increasing or


decreasing linearly throughout the
length of the beam

concentrated load
combination load
uniformly distributed load
uniformly varying load

Type of load that produce


parabolically varying moments

bending formula
flexure formula
neutral axis
uniformly distributed loads

Type of load that produce


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

Timber walls consist of a series of


closely spaced columns known as

beams
girts
Studs
none of the above

Timber walls consist of a series of


closely spaced columns known as

beams
girts
Studs
none of the above

Buildings used for college or adult


education with a capacity of 500 or
more students fall to what type of
occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Special occupancy

Buildings used for college or adult


education with a capacity of 500 or
more students fall to what type of
occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Special occupancy

Aviation control towers fall to what


type of occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Standard occupancy

Aviation control towers fall to what


type of occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Standard occupancy

Buildings or structures therein


housing and supporting toxic or
explosive chemicals or substances
fall to what type of category?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Special occupancy

Buildings or structures therein


housing and supporting toxic or
explosive chemicals or substances
fall to what type of category?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Special occupancy

A bend or curve given to develop an


equivalent embedment length, used
where there is insufficient room to
develop in adequate embedment length.

Hook
Splice
Stirrup
Tie

A bend or curve given to develop an


equivalent embedment length, used
where there is insufficient room to
develop in adequate embedment length.

Hook
Splice
Stirrup
Tie

Standard hooks are bends made at


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

Standard hooks are bends made at


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

Private garages, carports, sheds, agricultural


buildings fall to what type of occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Standard occupancy

Private garages, carports, sheds, agricultural


buildings fall to what type of occupancy?

Essential facilities
Hazardous facility
Miscellaneous occupancy
Standard occupancy

Short column refers to the laterally


unsupported length along the
longitudinal axis not more than how
many times its least lateral dimension?

8
10
12
15

Short column refers to the laterally


unsupported length along the
longitudinal axis not more than how
many times its least lateral dimension?

8
10
12
15

In column, the ratio of its effective


length to its least radius of gyration is
called.

Development length
Moment of Inertia
Ratio and proportion
Slenderness ratio

In column, the ratio of its effective


length to its least radius of gyration is
called.

Development length
Moment of Inertia
Ratio and proportion
Slenderness ratio

A bended rod to resist shear and


diagonal stresses in a concrete
beam is called.

Bottom bar
Metal plate
Stirrups
temperature bar

A bended rod to resist shear and


diagonal stresses in a concrete
beam is called.

Bottom bar
Metal plate
Stirrups
temperature bar

A short steel bar extending from one


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

A short steel bar extending from one


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

Long column refers to the laterally


unsupported length along the
longitudinal axis not less than how
many times its least lateral
dimension?

8
10
12
15

Long column refers to the laterally


unsupported length along the
longitudinal axis not less than how
many times its least lateral
dimension?

8
10
12
15

A material used as ingredient of concrete


and added to concrete before or during its
mixing to modify its properties

Admixture
Aggregate
Mortar
Sand

A material used as ingredient of concrete


and added to concrete before or during its
mixing to modify its properties

Admixture
Aggregate
Mortar
Sand

The section at which the moment


changes from positive to negative along
its longitudinal axis.

inflection point
maximum moment
neutral axis
section of zero shear

The section at which the moment


changes from positive to negative along
its longitudinal axis.

inflection point
maximum moment
neutral axis
section of zero shear

An expansion joints adjacent parts of


a structure to permit expected
movements between them is called.

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Contraction joint
Contact joint

An expansion joints adjacent parts of


a structure to permit expected
movements between them is called.

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Contraction joint
Contact joint

The main reinforcing bar resisting


tension at the span of a beam.

Bottom Bar
Hook
Main Bar
Top Bar

The main reinforcing bar resisting


tension at the span of a beam.

Bottom Bar
Hook
Main Bar
Top Bar

A mixture composed of one part of


Portland cement and one part of
clean sand, used as a filter.

Admixture
Aggregate
Concrete
Mortar

A mixture composed of one part of


Portland cement and one part of
clean sand, used as a filter.

Admixture
Aggregate
Concrete
Mortar

The vertical or horizontal face in a


concrete structure where concreting
has been stopped and continued later

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Construction joint
Contact joint

The vertical or horizontal face in a


concrete structure where concreting
has been stopped and continued later

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Construction joint
Contact joint

Granular material such as sand,


gravel, stone, and iron blast furnace
slag used with a cementing medium
to form a hydraulic cement
concrete.

Admixture
Aggregate
Mortar
Sand

Granular material such as sand,


gravel, stone, and iron blast furnace
slag used with a cementing medium
to form a hydraulic cement
concrete.

Admixture
Aggregate
Mortar
Sand

Honey comb in concrete can be


limited by the use of

admixtures in concrete mix


chlordane chemical
vibrator
water

Honey comb in concrete can be


limited by the use of

admixtures in concrete mix


chlordane chemical
vibrator
water

The tendency of most material to move


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

The tendency of most material to move


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

A deformed bar, embedded in a


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

A deformed bar, embedded in a


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

Formed when a concrete surface


hardens before the next batch of
concrete is placed

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Creep
Cold joint

Formed when a concrete surface


hardens before the next batch of
concrete is placed

Conduction joint
Construction joint
Creep
Cold joint

The main reinforcing bar resisting


tension at the support of a beam.

Bottom Bar
Hook
Main Bar
Top Bar

The main reinforcing bar resisting


tension at the support of a beam.

Bottom Bar
Hook
Main Bar
Top Bar

A property of a body that defines 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

A property of a body that defines 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

The maximum value of tension,


compression, or shear respectively when
the material sustain without failure is
called.

Bond stress
Working stress
Ultimate stress
Yielding stress

The maximum value of tension,


compression, or shear respectively when
the material sustain without failure is
called.

Bond stress
Working stress
Ultimate stress
Yielding stress

These are lateral loads except one

movable load
seismic load
wind load
none of the above

These are lateral loads except one

movable load
seismic load
wind load
none of the above

A storey whose strength is less than


80% of the strength of the storey
above is considered as __________.

Soft Storey

Weak Storey

Overdesigned Storey

None of these

A storey whose strength is less than


80% of the strength of the storey
above is considered as __________.

Soft Storey

Weak Storey

Overdesigned Storey

None of these

Hospitals, Communication Centers, and


others, which are necessary for
emergency post-earthquake operations,
are classified as ___________.

Hazardous Facilities
Distribution Facilities
Seismic Facilities
Essential Facilities

Hospitals, Communication Centers, and


others, which are necessary for
emergency post-earthquake operations,
are classified as ___________.

Hazardous Facilities
Distribution Facilities
Seismic Facilities
Essential Facilities

A horizontal or nearly horizontal system


acting to transmit lateral forces to the
vertical resisting system including the
horizontal bracing system.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm Strut

Brace

Platform

A horizontal or nearly horizontal system


acting to transmit lateral forces to the
vertical resisting system including the
horizontal bracing system.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm Strut

Brace

Platform

This is essentially a vertical truss


system provided to resist lateral
forces of a building.

Shear wall system

Skeletal Frame

Braced Frame

Platform

This is essentially a vertical truss


system provided to resist lateral
forces of a building.

Shear wall system

Skeletal Frame

Braced Frame

Platform

Constructing a high- rise building requires


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

Air entraining agent

Constructing a high- rise building requires


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

Air entraining agent

(NSCP 403.20) A complete record of test of materials


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

(NSCP 403.20) A complete record of test of materials


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

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of steel?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of steel?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of


concrete?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of


concrete?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of


water?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

What is the weight of 1 cu. m. of


water?

1,000 Kg

2,400 Kg

5,500 Kg

7,850 Kg

A type of gunite mixed with an


accelerating admixture with aggregate
larger than 10mm originally sprayed
under high air pressure of lining tunnels.

Early Strength Gunite

Pnuematic Gunite

Pnuematic mortar

Shotcrete

A type of gunite mixed with an


accelerating admixture with aggregate
larger than 10mm originally sprayed
under high air pressure of lining tunnels.

Early Strength Gunite

Pnuematic Gunite

Pnuematic mortar

Shotcrete

If a structure is judged under the


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

If a structure is judged under the


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

A phenomenon of failure or damage that


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

A phenomenon of failure or damage that


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

The load at which a perfectly straight


member under compression assumes a
deflected position.

Axial load

Buckling load

Deflecting load

Eccentric load

The load at which a perfectly straight


member under compression assumes a
deflected position.

Axial load

Buckling load

Deflecting load

Eccentric load

It is a point within the structure at which


a member (beam/column) can rotate
slightly to eliminate all bending moment
in the member at that point.

Contraflexure point

Hinge

Roller

Support

It is a point within the structure at which


a member (beam/column) can rotate
slightly to eliminate all bending moment
in the member at that point.

Contraflexure point

Hinge

Roller

Support

It is a beam type supported by a


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

It is a beam type supported by a


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

The upward pressure against the


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

The upward pressure against the


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

The particular type of pin-connected tension


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

The particular type of pin-connected tension


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

A revetment consisting of rough stones


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

A revetment consisting of rough stones


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

It refers to a piece or pair of diagonal


braces to resist wind or other
horizontal forces on a building.

Buckling moment

Carry over moment

Overturning moment

None of the above

It refers to a piece or pair of diagonal


braces to resist wind or other
horizontal forces on a building.

Buckling moment

Carry over moment

Overturning moment

None of the above

It refers to a piece or pair of diagonal


braces to resist wind or other
horizontal forces on a building.

Chevron bracing

Knee brace

Stiffener

Sway brace

It refers to a piece or pair of diagonal


braces to resist wind or other
horizontal forces on a building.

Chevron bracing

Knee brace

Stiffener

Sway brace

Referring to any artificial method of


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

Referring to any artificial method of


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

A pit dug in the basement floor during


excavation made to collect water into
which a pump is placed to sewer the
liquid.

Cistern

Cofferdam

Septic tank

Sump

A pit dug in the basement floor during


excavation made to collect water into
which a pump is placed to sewer the
liquid.

Cistern

Cofferdam

Septic tank

Sump

It is a long, straight beam which by the


inspection if two hinges in alternate
spans, functions essentially as a
cantilever beam.

Gerber beam

Grade beam

Strap beam

Tie beam

It is a long, straight beam which by the


inspection if two hinges in alternate
spans, functions essentially as a
cantilever beam.

Gerber beam

Grade beam

Strap beam

Tie beam

An instrument which measures the


actual displacement of the ground with
respect to a stationary point during an
earthquake.

Accelerograph

Deflectometer

Seismograph

Seismometer

An instrument which measures the


actual displacement of the ground with
respect to a stationary point during an
earthquake.

Accelerograph

Deflectometer

Seismograph

Seismometer

The behavior of sandy soil to weaken


its capacity to carry imposed loads
when subjected to vibration such as
earthquake particularly when water
table saturates this layer.

Compaction

Liquidity

Liquefaction

Settlement

The behavior of sandy soil to weaken


its capacity to carry imposed loads
when subjected to vibration such as
earthquake particularly when water
table saturates this layer.

Compaction

Liquidity

Liquefaction

Settlement

It is a beam especially provided over


an opening for a door or window to
carry the wall over opening.

Grade beam

Lintel beam

Spandrel beam

Transom beam

It is a beam especially provided over


an opening for a door or window to
carry the wall over opening.

Grade beam

Lintel beam

Spandrel beam

Transom beam

For any given granular material, the


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

Angle of surface tension

For any given granular material, the


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

Angle of surface tension

When the ratio of the short span


to the long span of a slab is less
then 0.50, slab.

cantilever slab
one-way slab
slab on fill
two-way slab

When the ratio of the short span


to the long span of a slab is less
then 0.50, slab.

cantilever slab
one-way slab
slab on fill
two-way slab

The analysis of the stress,


strain and deflection
characteristics of structural
behavior is referred to as:

plastic analysis
seismic analysis
structural analysis
stress analysis

The analysis of the stress,


strain and deflection
characteristics of structural
behavior is referred to as:

plastic analysis
seismic analysis
structural analysis
stress analysis

Longitudinal beams which


rest on top chord, and
preferably at the joints of
the truss:

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

Longitudinal beams which


rest on top chord, and
preferably at the joints of
the truss:

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

One of a series of inclined


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

One of a series of inclined


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

large or principal beam of


steel, reinforced concrete or
timber; used to support
concentrated loads at
isolated points along its
length

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

large or principal beam of


steel, reinforced concrete or
timber; used to support
concentrated loads at
isolated points along its
length

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

Any rafter that is shorter than


the usual length of the rafters
used in the same building; esp.
occurs in hip roofs

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

Any rafter that is shorter than


the usual length of the rafters
used in the same building; esp.
occurs in hip roofs

girders
jack rafter
Purlins
rafters

It is the general term applied for


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

It is the general term applied for


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

The section at which the moment


changes from positive to negative

Inflection Point
Neutral axis
Maximum Moment
Section Modulus

The section at which the moment


changes from positive to negative

Inflection Point
Neutral axis
Maximum Moment
Section Modulus

A joint where two successive


placement of concrete meet.

Contraction joint
Construction joint
Expansion joint
Truss joint

A joint where two successive


placement of concrete meet.

Contraction joint
Construction joint
Expansion joint
Truss joint

A joint between adjacent parts of a


structure which permits movement
between them resulting from
contraction

Contraction joint
Construction joint
Expansion joint
Truss joint

A joint between adjacent parts of a


structure which permits movement
between them resulting from
contraction

Contraction joint
Construction joint
Expansion joint
Truss joint

A joint or gap between adjacent parts of


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 joint or gap between adjacent parts of


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 wall which supports vertical loads in


addition to its weight without the
benefit of a complete vertical load
carrying space frame.

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

A wall which supports vertical loads in


addition to its weight without the
benefit of a complete vertical load
carrying space frame.

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

A wall which in its own plane


carries shear, resulting from forces
such as wind, blast or earthquake

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

A wall which in its own plane


carries shear, resulting from forces
such as wind, blast or earthquake

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

In a tall building of steel-frame


construction, an exterior wall that
is non-loadbearing, having no
structural function

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

In a tall building of steel-frame


construction, an exterior wall that
is non-loadbearing, having no
structural function

Bearing wall
Curtain wall
Retaining wall
Shear wall

Wall, either freestanding or laterally


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

Wall, either freestanding or laterally


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

Any material changes in shape


when subjected to the action of a
force.

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

Any material changes in shape


when subjected to the action of a
force.

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

The change of direction which a


ray of light, sound or radiant heat
undergoes when it strikes a
surface

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

The change of direction which a


ray of light, sound or radiant heat
undergoes when it strikes a
surface

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

Any displacement in a body from its


static position, or from an
established direction or plane, as a
result of forces acting on the body

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

Any displacement in a body from its


static position, or from an
established direction or plane, as a
result of forces acting on the body

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

The rate of change of the velocity of a moving body.

Acceleration
Deflection
Deformation
Reflection

The rate of change of the velocity of a moving body.

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

The maximum value of tension,


compression, or shear
respectively when the material
sustain without failure.

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

The maximum value of tension,


compression, or shear
respectively when the material
sustain without failure.

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

Allowable stress; in the design of


structures, the maximum unit stress
permitted under working loads by
codes and specifications

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

Allowable stress; in the design of


structures, the maximum unit stress
permitted under working loads by
codes and specifications

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

The force of adhesion per unit area of


contact between two bonded surfaces,
such as between concrete and a steel
reinforcing bar

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

The force of adhesion per unit area of


contact between two bonded surfaces,
such as between concrete and a steel
reinforcing bar

Bond stress
Ultimate stress
Working stress
Yielding stress

The greatest stress to which a material is


capable of developing without a
permanent deformation remaining upon
the complete release of stress.

Allowable stress
Bending Stress
Moment of Inertia
Proportional limit

The greatest stress to which a material is


capable of developing without a
permanent deformation remaining upon
the complete release of stress.

Allowable stress
Bending Stress
Moment of Inertia
Proportional limit

The maximum unit stress


permitted under working
loads by codes and
specifications

Allowable stress
Bending Stress
Moment of Inertia
Proportional limit

The maximum unit stress


permitted under working
loads by codes and
specifications

Allowable stress
Bending Stress
Moment of Inertia
Proportional limit

A law stating that the deformation 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

A law stating that the deformation


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

The major horizontal supporting


member of the floor system is
called:

Girder
Girt
Purlin
Rafter

The major horizontal supporting


member of the floor system is
called:

Girder
Girt
Purlin
Rafter

It refers to the occupancy load which


is either partially or fully in place or
may not be present at all is called:

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

It refers to the occupancy load which


is either partially or fully in place or
may not be present at all is called:

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

Load acting on a very small area of a structure.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

Load acting on a very small area of a structure.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

A load which acts evenly over a


structural member or over a surface
that supports the load.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

A load which acts evenly over a


structural member or over a surface
that supports the load.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

The weight of a structure itself,


including the weight of fixtures or
equipment permanently attached
to it.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

The weight of a structure itself,


including the weight of fixtures or
equipment permanently attached
to it.

Concentrated load
Dead load
Distributed load
Live load

The distance between inflection


point in the column when it
breaks.

Cross-sectional area
Development length
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The distance between inflection


point in the column when it
breaks.

Cross-sectional area
Development length
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The minimum length of straight


reinforcing bar or reinforcing rod
which is required to anchor it in
concrete

Cross-sectional area
Development length
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The minimum length of straight


reinforcing bar or reinforcing rod
which is required to anchor it in
concrete

Cross-sectional area
Development length
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The length of embedded


reinforcement required to
develop the design strength at a
critical section

Cross-sectional area
Development length
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The length of embedded


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

In an elastic material which has


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

In an elastic material which has


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

Steel reinforcement which is placed in


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

Steel reinforcement which is placed in


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

To find the volume of water in a


cylinder tank, multiply the area of
its base by its:

Diameter
Height
Perimeter
Radius

To find the volume of water in a


cylinder tank, multiply the area of
its base by its:

Diameter
Height
Perimeter
Radius

To find the volume of water in a


cylinder tank, multiply the height
from the base to the overflow by its:

Base
Base
Base
Base

Area
Diameter
Perimeter
Radius

To find the volume of water in a


cylinder tank, multiply the height
from the base to the overflow by its:

Base Area
Base Diameter
Base Perimeter
Base Radius

The stress per unit area of the


original cross section of a material
which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The stress per unit area of the


original cross section of a material
which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

In the design of structures, the


maximum unit stress permitted
under working loads by codes and
specifications.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

In the design of structures, the


maximum unit stress permitted
under working loads by codes and
specifications.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The stress that can cause the


bending of a member, as under
a load.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The stress that can cause the


bending of a member, as under
a load.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The stress per unit area of the


original cross section of a material
which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The stress per unit area of the


original cross section of a material
which resist its elongation.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

In the design of structures, the


maximum unit stress permitted
under working loads by codes and
specifications.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

In the design of structures, the


maximum unit stress permitted
under working loads by codes and
specifications.

Allowable stress
Bending stress
Flexural stress
Tensile stress

The most important component


to determine the strength of
concrete mix.

Cement
Gravel
Lime
Sand

The most important component


to determine the strength of
concrete mix.

Cement
Gravel
Lime
Sand

The ultimate strength of the


material divided by the allowable
working load.

Maximum strength
Safety factor
Strength limit
None of these

The ultimate strength of the


material divided by the allowable
working load.

Maximum strength
Safety factor
Strength limit
None of these

The ratio of the ultimate breaking


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

The ratio of the ultimate breaking


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

How is a 90 degree bend standard hook for


concrete reinforcement constructed?
90 degree bend plus 10 db
end of the bar

extension, at free

90 degree bend plus 12 db


end of the bar

extension, at free

90 degree bend plus 6 db extension, at free end


of the bar

How is a 90 degree bend standard hook for


concrete reinforcement constructed?
90 degree bend plus 10 db
end of the bar

extension, at free

90 degree bend plus 12 db extension, at


free end of the bar
90 degree bend plus 6 db extension, at free end
of the bar

What is the minimum requirement for development


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

What is the minimum requirement for development


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,

What is the minimum concrete cover for primary


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

What is the minimum concrete cover for primary


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

What is the minimum concrete cover for primary


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

What is the minimum concrete cover for primary


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 lowest stress in a material (less than


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 lowest stress in a material (less than


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

Every body perseveres in its state of


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

Every body perseveres in its state of


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

A shear type structural system


without a complete vertical load
carrying space frame.

Bearing wall system


Brace frame system
Structural system
All of the above

A shear type structural system


without a complete vertical load
carrying space frame.

Bearing wall system


Brace frame system
Structural system
All of the above

An assemblage of framing members


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

An assemblage of framing members


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

Loop or reinforcing bar or wire


enclosing longitudinal
reinforcement.

Dowel
Extra bar
Stirrup
Tie

Loop or reinforcing bar or wire


enclosing longitudinal
reinforcement.

Dowel
Extra bar
Stirrup
Tie

A three dimensional structural system


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

A three dimensional structural system


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

A beam carrying a beam is


known as

Girt
Girder
Sheath
stud

A beam carrying a beam is


known as

Girt
Girder
Sheath
stud

Walls that support weight from


above as well as their own dead
weight.

Load-bearing walls
Dead load
Shoring walls
None of these

Walls that support weight from


above as well as their own dead
weight.

Load-bearing walls
Dead load
Shoring walls
None of these

The distance between inflection


point in the column when it breaks.

Development length
Cross-sectional area
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The distance between inflection


point in the column when it breaks.

Development length
Cross-sectional area
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The tendency of a force to


rotate an object about an
axis.

Brace
Couple
Moment
none of the above

The tendency of a force to


rotate an object about an
axis.

Brace
Couple
Moment
none of the above

The amount of space


measured in cubic units:

Area
Perimeter
Volume
None of the above

The amount of space


measured in cubic units:

Area
Perimeter
Volume
None of the above

The primary reason for using pinned


connection.

To allow relatively free end rotation


of connection members
To make the analysis simpler
To allow for better load distribution
All of the above

The primary reason for using pinned


connection.

To allow relatively free end rotation


of connection members
To make the analysis simpler
To allow for better load distribution
All of the above

The milky layer composed of cement


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

The milky layer composed of cement


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 shear wall is:


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 shear wall is:


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

The sum total of all the external forces


measured from the supports of a beam.

Reaction
Resultant
Moment
inertia

The sum total of all the external forces


measured from the supports of a beam.

Reaction
Resultant
Moment
inertia

Type of beam fixed only at one


support.

Cantilever beam
continuous beam
semi- continuous beam
simple beam

Type of beam fixed only at one


support.

Cantilever beam
continuous beam
semi- continuous beam
simple beam

A property of a body that defines


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

A property of a body that defines


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

Type of load that produce


parabolically varying
moments

bending formula
flexure formula
neutral axis
uniformly distributed
loads

Type of load that produce


parabolically varying
moments

bending formula
flexure formula
neutral axis
uniformly distributed
loads

A graphic representation of the


variation in magnitude of the
bending moment

Concentrated load
Deflection
moment diagram
shear diagram

A graphic representation of the


variation in magnitude of the
bending moment

Concentrated load
Deflection
moment diagram
shear diagram

The distance between


inflection point in the column
when it breaks.

Development length
Cross-sectional area
Effective length
Equivalent distance

The distance between


inflection point in the column
when it breaks.

Development length
Cross-sectional area
Effective length
Equivalent distance

A design analysis as a basis where


the total lateral forces are
distributed to the various vertical
elements of the lateral forceresisting system.

Shear and moment diagram


Distribution of Horizontal
Shear
Stability against overturning

A design analysis as a basis where


the total lateral forces are
distributed to the various vertical
elements of the lateral forceresisting system.

Shear and moment


diagram
Distribution of Horizontal
Shear

A projecting piece of timber,


stone or brick supporting an
overhanging structure, such as
an arch or balcony.

Beam
Corbel
Cornice
planks

A projecting piece of timber,


stone or brick supporting an
overhanging structure, such as
an arch or balcony.

Beam
Corbel
Cornice
planks

The center to center distance


between the supports of a
beam.

clear span
effective span
Span
neutral axis

The center to center distance


between the supports of a
beam.

clear span
effective span
Span
neutral axis

An imaginary line passing


through the centroid of the
cross section of a beam, along
which no bending stresses
occur.

clear span
effective span
span
neutral axis

An imaginary line passing


through the centroid of the
cross section of a beam, along
which no bending stresses
occur.

clear span
effective span
span
neutral axis

Measure of resistance for


flexural or bending stress

Moment
Moment of inertia
Section Modulus
Shear

Measure of resistance for


flexural or bending stress

Moment
Moment of inertia
Section Modulus
Shear

The extent of space


between two supports of a
structure

clear span
effective span
span
neutral axis

The extent of space


between two supports of a
structure

clear span
effective span
span
neutral axis

The perpendicular distance a


spanning member deviates from a
true course under transverse
loading.

Deflection
Inflection
Moment
Shear

The perpendicular distance a


spanning member deviates from a
true course under transverse
loading.

Deflection
Inflection
Moment
Shear

The cohesive force in a body,


which resists the tendency of an
external force to change the
shape of the body

Axial Force
Load
Stress
Strain

The cohesive force in a body,


which resists the tendency of an
external force to change the
shape of the body

Axial Force
Load
Stress
Strain

The distance between inner


faces of the support

clear span
effective span
Span
neutral axis

The distance between inner


faces of the support

clear span
effective span
Span
neutral axis

What is a round, steel bolt embedded in


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

What is a round, steel bolt embedded in


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

A steel bolt usually fixed in a


building structure with its
threaded portion projecting;
used to secure frameworks.

Anchor bolts
Foundation bolts
Friction bolts
Retaining bolts

A steel bolt usually fixed in a


building structure with its
threaded portion projecting;
used to secure frameworks.

Anchor bolts
Foundation bolts
Friction bolts
Retaining bolts

What is a steel element such as wire,


cable, bar, rod or strand, or a bundle
of such elements, used to impart
prestress to concrete?

Prestress cables
Reinforcements
Tenon cables
Tendon

What is a steel element such as wire,


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

(NSCP 305.7.3) In using sand backfill in


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

(NSCP 305.7.3) In using sand backfill in


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

(NSCP 407.7.3)The minimum clear


spacing between parallel bars in a
layer must be db but not less than?

25mm
50mm
75mm
100mm

(NSCP 407.7.3)The minimum clear


spacing between parallel bars in a
layer must be db but not less than?

25mm
50mm
75mm
100mm

(NSCP 407.7.6.4) Individual bars within


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

(NSCP 407.7.6.4) Individual bars within


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

(NSCP 207.20) Low rise buildings is


an enclosed or partially enclosed with
mean roof height less than or equal
to?

15
18
21
24

M
M
M
M

(NSCP 207.20) Low rise buildings is


an enclosed or partially enclosed with
mean roof height less than or equal
to?

15 M
18 M
21 M
24 M

(NSCP 407.30) The minimum


bend diameter for 10mm
through 25mm bars

6 db
8 db
10 db
12 db

(NSCP 407.30) The minimum


bend diameter for 10mm
through 25mm bars

6 db
8 db
10 db
12 db

(NSCP 407.8.1) The minimum


clear concrete covering for cast
in place slab.

20mm
25mm
40mm
50mm

(NSCP 407.8.1) The minimum


clear concrete covering for cast
in place slab.

20mm
25mm
40mm
50mm

(NSCP 412.3.1) Development


length for deformed bars in tension
shall be less than.

150
200
250
300

mm
mm
mm
mm

(NSCP 412.3.1) Development


length for deformed bars in tension
shall be less than.

150 mm
200 mm
250 mm
300 mm

(NSCP 407.8.1) Minimum concrete


cover cast against and permanently
exposed to earth.

50 mm
75 mm
100 mm
125 mm

(NSCP 407.8.1) Minimum concrete


cover cast against and permanently
exposed to earth.

50 mm
75 mm
100 mm
125 mm

(NSCP 407.7.3)In spirally reinforced 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

(NSCP 407.7.3)In spirally reinforced


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

(NSCP 407.7.5)In walls and slabs other


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

(NSCP 407.7.5)In walls and slabs other


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

(NSCP 409.2.1) In ultimate


strength design, the strength
reduction factor for flexure
without axial loads.

0.70
0.75
0.85
0.90

(NSCP 409.2.1) In ultimate


strength design, the strength
reduction factor for flexure
without axial loads.

0.70
0.75
0.85
0.90

(NSCP 409.4.2.3) In ultimate


strength design, the strength
reduction factor for shear and
torsion.

0.70
0.75
0.85
0.90

(NSCP 409.4.2.3) In ultimate


strength design, the strength
reduction factor for shear and
torsion.

0.70
0.75
0.85
0.90

(NSCP 409.6.2)The minimum


one way slab thickness which is
simply supported at the ends
only.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2)The minimum


one way slab thickness which is
simply supported at the ends
only.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2)The minimum


one way slab thickness for a
ONE end continuous slab.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2)The minimum


one way slab thickness for a
ONE end continuous slab.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2) The minimum


one way slab thickness for a
BOTH ends continuous slab.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2) The minimum


one way slab thickness for a
BOTH ends continuous slab.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2) The minimum


cantilevered slab thickness.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 409.6.2) The minimum


cantilevered slab thickness.

L/10
L/20
L/24
L/28

(NSCP 208.5.1.1) In the determination


of seismic dead load with a minimum
of_______% of floor live load shall be
applicable for storage and warehouse
occupancies.

25%
30%
35%
50%

(NSCP 208.5.1.1) In the determination


of seismic dead load with a minimum
of_______% of floor live load shall be
applicable for storage and warehouse
occupancies.

25%
30%
35%
50%

(NSCP 302.2.4) Before commencing the


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

(NSCP 302.2.4) Before commencing the


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

Zone 3 of the Philippine map has


a wind velocity of ____Kph?

150
150
200
250

Kph
Kph
Kph
Kph

Zone 3 of the Philippine map has


a wind velocity of ____Kph?

150 Kph
150 Kph
200 Kph
250 Kph

(NSCP 410.5.10) Spacing for a


lateral support for a beam shall not
exceed _______times the least width
b of compression flange or face.

30
40
50
60

(NSCP 410.5.10) Spacing for a


lateral support for a beam shall not
exceed _______times the least width
b of compression flange or face.

30
40
50
60

CONCRETE FILLED DRIVEN PILES OF


UNIFORM SECTION SHALL HAVE A
NOMINAL OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF NOT
LESS THAN (NSCP 307.7.3)

200 MM

250 MM

300 MM

350 MM

CONCRETE FILLED DRIVEN PILES OF


UNIFORM SECTION SHALL HAVE A
NOMINAL OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF NOT
LESS THAN (NSCP 307.7.3)

200 MM

250 MM

300 MM

350 MM

THE MINIMUM BEND DIAMETER FOR


28MM THROUGH 36MM BARS (NSCP
407.30)

12 db

6 db

8 db

10 db

THE MINIMUM BEND DIAMETER FOR


28MM THROUGH 36MM BARS (NSCP
407.30)

12 db

6 db

8 db

10 db

THE MINIMUM CLEAR SPACING


BETWEEN PARALLEL BARS IN A
LAYER MUST BE 1.5 DB BUT NOT
LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

50mm

25mm

75mm

100mm

THE MINIMUM CLEAR SPACING


BETWEEN PARALLEL BARS IN A
LAYER MUST BE 1.5 DB BUT NOT
LESS THAN? (NSCP 407.7.3)

50mm

25mm

75mm

100mm

IN SPIRALLY REINFORCED OR TIED REINFORCED COMPRESSION


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

IN SPIRALLY REINFORCED OR TIED REINFORCED COMPRESSION


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

IN WALLS AND SLABS OTHER THAN


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

IN WALLS AND SLABS OTHER THAN


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

GROUPS OF PARALLEL REINFORCING BARS


BUNDLED IN CONTACT TO ACT AS ONE UNIT
SHALL BE UNITED TO ___ PIECES IN ONE
BUNDLE. (NSCP 407.7.6.1)

GROUPS OF PARALLEL REINFORCING BARS


BUNDLED IN CONTACT TO ACT AS ONE UNIT
SHALL BE UNITED TO ___ PIECES IN ONE
BUNDLE. (NSCP 407.7.6.1)

BARS LARGER THAN ___MM SHALL


NOT BE BUNDLED IN BEAMS: (NSCP
407.7.6.3)

25mm

16mm

28mm

36mm

BARS LARGER THAN ___MM SHALL


NOT BE BUNDLED IN BEAMS: (NSCP
407.7.6.3)

25mm

16mm

28mm

36mm

INDIVIDUAL BARS WITHIN A BUNDLE


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

INDIVIDUAL BARS WITHIN A BUNDLE


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

MINIMUM CONCRETE COVER CAST AGAINST


AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH:
(NSCP 407.8.1)

100 mm

75 mm

50 mm

150 mm

MINIMUM CONCRETE COVER CAST AGAINST


AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH:
(NSCP 407.8.1)

100 mm

75 mm

50 mm

150 mm

THE MINIMUM CLEAR CONCRETE


COVERING FOR CAST IN PLACE
SLAB:
(NSCP 407.8.1)

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

THE MINIMUM CLEAR CONCRETE


COVERING FOR CAST IN PLACE
SLAB:
(NSCP 407.8.1)

20mm

25mm

40mm

50mm

IN ULTIMATE STRENGTH DESIGN, THE


STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR FOR
FLEXURE WITHOUT AXIAL LOADS: (NSCP
409.2.1)

0.85

0.75

0.90

0.70

IN ULTIMATE STRENGTH DESIGN, THE


STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR FOR
FLEXURE WITHOUT AXIAL LOADS: (NSCP
409.2.1)

0.85

0.75

0.90

0.70

IN ULTIMATE STRENGTH DESIGN,


THE STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR
FOR SHEAR AND TORSION: (NSCP
409.4.2.3)

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

IN ULTIMATE STRENGTH DESIGN,


THE STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTOR
FOR SHEAR AND TORSION: (NSCP
409.4.2.3)

0.70

0.75

0.85

0.90

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS WHICH IS SIMPLY
SUPPORTED AT THE ENDS ONLY IS:
(NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/28

L/10

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS WHICH IS SIMPLY
SUPPORTED AT THE ENDS ONLY IS:
(NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/28

L/10

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS FOR A ONE END
CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS FOR A ONE END
CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS FOR A BOTH ENDS
CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP
409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THE MINIMUM ONE WAY SLAB


THICKNESS FOR A BOTH ENDS
CONTINUOUS SLAB IS: (NSCP
409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THE MINIMUM CANTILEVERED SLAB


THICKNESS IS : (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

THE MINIMUM CANTILEVERED SLAB


THICKNESS IS : (NSCP 409.6.2)

L/20

L/24

L/10

L/28

DEEP CONTINUOUS FLEXURAL


MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO
CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:
(NSCP 410.8.10)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

DEEP CONTINUOUS FLEXURAL


MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO
CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:
(NSCP 410.8.10)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

DEEP SIMPLE SPAN FLEXURAL


MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO
CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:
(NSCP 307.4.2)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

DEEP SIMPLE SPAN FLEXURAL


MEMBERS HAS OVERALL DEPTH TO
CLEAR SPAN RATIO GREATER THAN:
(NSCP 307.4.2)

0.40

0.60

0.75

0.70

SPACING OF SHEAR REINFORCEMENT


PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO AXIS
OF NON-PRESTRESSED MEMBER
SHALL NOT EXCEED: (NSCP
411.6.4.1)

d/2

d/4

d/5

SPACING OF SHEAR REINFORCEMENT


PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO AXIS
OF NON-PRESTRESSED MEMBER
SHALL NOT EXCEED: (NSCP
411.6.4.1)

d/2

d/4

d/5

IS AN ESSENTIALLY VERTICAL TRUSS


SYSTEM OF THE CONCENTRIC OR
ECCENTRIC TYPE THAT IS PROVIDED
TO RESIST LATERAL FORCES: (NCSP
208.1)

Building frame system

Braced frame

Diaphragm

Collector

IS AN ESSENTIALLY VERTICAL TRUSS


SYSTEM OF THE CONCENTRIC OR
ECCENTRIC TYPE THAT IS PROVIDED
TO RESIST LATERAL FORCES: (NCSP
208.1)

Building frame system

Braced frame

Diaphragm

Collector

IS A FRAME IN WHICH MEMBERS


AND JOINTS ARE CAPABLE OF
RESISTING FORCES PRIMARILY BY
FLEXURE:

Moment resisting frame

Ordinary braced frame

Truss

Eccentric braced frame

IS A FRAME IN WHICH MEMBERS


AND JOINTS ARE CAPABLE OF
RESISTING FORCES PRIMARILY BY
FLEXURE:

Moment resisting frame

Ordinary braced frame

Truss

Eccentric braced frame

IN THE DETERMINATION OF SEISMIC DEAD


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%

IN THE DETERMINATION OF SEISMIC DEAD


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%

THE SLOPE OF CUT SURFACES SHALL


BE NO STEEPER THAN _______%
SLOPE. (NSCP 302.2.2)

50%

60%

30%

40%

THE SLOPE OF CUT SURFACES SHALL


BE NO STEEPER THAN _______%
SLOPE. (NSCP 302.2.2)

50%

60%

30%

40%

BEFORE COMMENCING THE 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. (NSCP
302.2.4)

15 days

10 days

30 days

60 days

BEFORE COMMENCING THE 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. (NSCP
302.2.4)

15 days

10 days

30 days

60 days

FILL SLOPES SHALL NOT BE


CONSTRUCTED ON NATURAL SLOPES
STEEPER THAN ____% SLOPE (NSCP
302.3.1)

50%

10%

20%

60%

FILL SLOPES SHALL NOT BE


CONSTRUCTED ON NATURAL SLOPES
STEEPER THAN ____% SLOPE (NSCP
302.3.1)

50%

10%

20%

60%

THE MINIMUM DISTANCE THAT THE


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

THE MINIMUM DISTANCE THAT THE


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

THE MAX. DISTANCE THAT THE TOE


OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE
BOUNDARY: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

6.00 M

1.00 M

THE MAX. DISTANCE THAT THE TOE


OF FILL SLOPE MADE TO THE SITE
BOUNDARY: (NSCP 302.4.3)

0.80 M

0.60 M

6.00 M

1.00 M

IN USING SAND BACKFILL IN 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? (NSCP 305.7.3)

500 mm

400 mm

200 mm

300 mm

IN USING SAND BACKFILL IN 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? (NSCP 305.7.3)

500 mm

400 mm

200 mm

300 mm

IN USING A CONCRETE BACKFILL IN THE ANNULAR


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

IN USING A CONCRETE BACKFILL IN THE ANNULAR


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

WHEN GRILLAGE FOOTINGS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL


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

WHEN GRILLAGE FOOTINGS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL


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

TEMPORARY OPEN AIR PORTABLE BLEACHERS


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

TEMPORARY OPEN AIR PORTABLE BLEACHERS


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

THE MINIMUM NOMINAL DIAMETER OF STEEL


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

THE MINIMUM NOMINAL DIAMETER OF STEEL


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

THE MINIMUM NOMINAL DIAMETER OF


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

THE MINIMUM NOMINAL DIAMETER OF


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

INDIVIDUAL PILE CAPS AND CAISSONS OF EVERY


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%

INDIVIDUAL PILE CAPS AND CAISSONS OF EVERY


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%

SUCH PILES INTO FIRM GROUND 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

SUCH PILES INTO FIRM GROUND 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

SUCH PILES INTO SOFT GROUND


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

SUCH PILES INTO SOFT GROUND


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

THE MAXIMUM LENGTH OF CAST IN


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

THE MAXIMUM LENGTH OF CAST IN


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

CAST IN PLACE/BORED PILES SHALL


HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN
______MPA. (NSCP 307.2.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

CAST IN PLACE/BORED PILES SHALL


HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN
______MPA. (NSCP 307.2.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

PRE-CAST CONCRETE PILES SHALL


HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN
_____MPA. (NSCP 304.7.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

PRE-CAST CONCRETE PILES SHALL


HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH FC OF NOT LESS THAN
_____MPA. (NSCP 304.7.1)

17.50 Mpa

20 Mpa

15 Mpa

25 Mpa

THE MAXIMUM SPACING OF TIES


AND SPIRALS IN A DRIVEN PRE-CAST
CONCRETE PILE CENTER TO CENTER.
(NSCP 307.5.1)

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

150 mm

THE MAXIMUM SPACING OF TIES


AND SPIRALS IN A DRIVEN PRE-CAST
CONCRETE PILE CENTER TO CENTER.
(NSCP 307.5.1)

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

150 mm

PRE-CAST PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE


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

PRE-CAST PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE


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

THE MINIMUM OUTSIDE DIAMETER


OF PIPE PILES WHEN USED MUST
BE? (NSCP 307.6.3)

300 mm

250 mm

350 mm

400 mm

THE MINIMUM OUTSIDE DIAMETER


OF PIPE PILES WHEN USED MUST
BE? (NSCP 307.6.3)

300 mm

250 mm

350 mm

400 mm

AVIATION CONTROL TOWERS FALL


TO WHAT TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Special occupancy structures

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Standard occupancy

AVIATION CONTROL TOWERS FALL


TO WHAT TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Special occupancy structures

Essential facilities

Hazardous facility

Standard occupancy

PRIVATE GARAGES, CARPORTS,


SHEDS, AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS
FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF
OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

PRIVATE GARAGES, CARPORTS,


SHEDS, AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS
FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF
OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

BUILDINGS USED FOR COLLEGE OR


ADULT EDUCATION WITH A CAPACITY OF
500 OR MORE STUDENTS FALL TO WHAT
TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

BUILDINGS USED FOR COLLEGE OR


ADULT EDUCATION WITH A CAPACITY OF
500 OR MORE STUDENTS FALL TO WHAT
TYPE OF OCCUPANCY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES THEREIN


HOUSING AND SUPPORTING TOXIC OR
EXPLOSIVE CHEMICALS OR SUBSTANCES
FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF CATEGORY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES THEREIN


HOUSING AND SUPPORTING TOXIC OR
EXPLOSIVE CHEMICALS OR SUBSTANCES
FALL TO WHAT TYPE OF CATEGORY?

Miscellaneous occupancy

Essential facilities

Special occupancy

Hazardous facility

THE ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION FOR ANY


STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED WITH
LIVE LOAD ONLY. (NSCP 107.2.2)

L/300

L/360

L/200

L/240

THE ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION FOR ANY


STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED WITH
LIVE LOAD ONLY. (NSCP 107.2.2)

L/300

L/360

L/200

L/240

THE ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION FOR


ANY STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED
WITH DEAD LOAD AND LIVE LOAD
ONLY. (NSCP 104.2.2)

L/240

L/300

L/360

L/200

THE ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION FOR


ANY STRUCTURAL MEMBER LOADED
WITH DEAD LOAD AND LIVE LOAD
ONLY. (NSCP 104.2.2)

L/240

L/300

L/360

L/200

RETAINING WALLS SHALL BE DESIGNED


TO RESIST SLIDING BY AT LEAST
_______TIMES THE LATERAL FORCE.
(NSCP 206.6)

1.50

1.0

RETAINING WALLS SHALL BE DESIGNED


TO RESIST SLIDING BY AT LEAST
_______TIMES THE LATERAL FORCE.
(NSCP 206.6)

1.50

1.0

RETAINING WALLS SHALL BE


DESIGNED TO RESIST OVERTURNING
BY AT LEAST ______TIMES THE
OVERTURNING MOMENT. (NSCP 206.6)

1.0

2.50

2.0

1.50

RETAINING WALLS SHALL BE


DESIGNED TO RESIST OVERTURNING
BY AT LEAST ______TIMES THE
OVERTURNING MOMENT. (NSCP 206.6)

1.0

2.50

2.0

1.50

AN OPEN BUILDING IS A STRUCTURE


HAVING ALL WALLS AT LEAST _____%
OPEN. (NSCP 207)

50%

60%

80%

75%

AN OPEN BUILDING IS A STRUCTURE


HAVING ALL WALLS AT LEAST _____%
OPEN. (NSCP 207)

50%

60%

80%

75%

LOW RISE BUILDINGS IS AN


ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED
WITH MEAN ROOF HEIGHT LESS
THAN OR EQUAL TO? (NSCP 207.20)

70 M

50 M

15 M

18 M

LOW RISE BUILDINGS IS AN


ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED
WITH MEAN ROOF HEIGHT LESS
THAN OR EQUAL TO? (NSCP 207.20)

70 M

50 M

15 M

18 M

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR LW FOR ESSENTIAL
FACILITIES IS EQUAL TO? (NSCP
207.50)

1.15

1.0

2.15

0.87

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR LW FOR ESSENTIAL
FACILITIES IS EQUAL TO? (NSCP
207.50)

1.15

1.0

2.15

0.87

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR FOR HAZARDOUS FACILITIES
IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

0.87

1.15

2.15

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR FOR HAZARDOUS FACILITIES
IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

0.87

1.15

2.15

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR FOR STANDARD OCCUPANCY
STRUCTURES IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE


FACTOR FOR STANDARD OCCUPANCY
STRUCTURES IS EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE FACTOR


FOR MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES IS
EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

THE WIND LOAD IMPORTANCE FACTOR


FOR MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES IS
EQUAL TO?

1.0

1.15

0.87

2.0

LARGE CITY CENTERS WITH AT LEAST 50% OF


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

LARGE CITY CENTERS WITH AT LEAST 50% OF


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

OPEN TERRAIN WITH SCATTERED


OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING HEIGHTS LESS
THAN 9M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE
CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

OPEN TERRAIN WITH SCATTERED


OBSTRUCTIONS HAVING HEIGHTS LESS
THAN 9M. FALLS ON WHAT EXPOSURE
CATEGORY FOR WIND LOADING?

Exposure A

Exposure B

Exposure C

Exposure D

FLAT UNOBSTRUCTED AREAS EXPOSED TO


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

FLAT UNOBSTRUCTED AREAS EXPOSED TO


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

URBAN AND SUBURBAN AREAS, WOODED AREAS


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

URBAN AND SUBURBAN AREAS, WOODED AREAS


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

ZONE 1 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

150 Kph

250 Kph

125 Kph

200 Kph

ZONE 1 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

150 Kph

250 Kph

125 Kph

200 Kph

ZONE 2 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

ZONE 2 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

ZONE 3 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

ZONE 3 OF THE PHILIPPINE MAP HAS


A WIND VELOCITY OF ____KPH?

200 Kph

125 Kph

150 Kph

250 Kph

IN TESTING CONCRETE LABORATORY CURED


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

IN TESTING CONCRETE LABORATORY CURED


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

FOR A RECTANGULAR REINFORCED CONCRETE


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

FOR A RECTANGULAR REINFORCED CONCRETE


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

FOR MEMBERS WHOSE DESIGN IS BASED


ON COMPRESSIVE FORCE, THE
SLENDERNESS RATIO KL/R PREFERABLY
SHOULD NOT EXCEED ________? (NSCP
502.8.1)

300

250

200

350

FOR MEMBERS WHOSE DESIGN IS BASED


ON COMPRESSIVE FORCE, THE
SLENDERNESS RATIO KL/R PREFERABLY
SHOULD NOT EXCEED ________? (NSCP
502.8.1)

300

250

200

350

FOR MEMBERS WHOSE DESIGN IS BASED


ON TENSILE FORCE, THE SLENDERNESS
RATIO L/R PREFERABLY SHOULD NOT
EXCEED _________.

200

300

250

350

FOR MEMBERS WHOSE DESIGN IS BASED


ON TENSILE FORCE, THE SLENDERNESS
RATIO L/R PREFERABLY SHOULD NOT
EXCEED _________.

200

300

250

350

FOR PIN CONNECTED MEMBERS, THE


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

FOR PIN CONNECTED MEMBERS, THE


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

OTHER THAN PIN CONNECTED


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

OTHER THAN PIN CONNECTED


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

THE MAXIMUM LONGITUDINAL SPACING OF


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

THE MAXIMUM LONGITUDINAL SPACING OF


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

THE RATIO L/R FOR LACING BARS


ARRANGED IN SINGLE SYSTEM SHALL
NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP
505.5.80)

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

THE RATIO L/R FOR LACING BARS


ARRANGED IN SINGLE SYSTEM SHALL
NOT EXCEED ________. (NSCP
505.5.80)

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

THE RATIO L/R FOR LACING BARS


ARRANGED IN DOUBLE SYSTEM
SHALL NOT EXCEED ________.

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

THE RATIO L/R FOR LACING BARS


ARRANGED IN DOUBLE SYSTEM
SHALL NOT EXCEED ________.

140 mm

200 mm

250 mm

100 mm

FOR MEMBERS BENT ABOUT THEIR STRONG OR


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

FOR MEMBERS BENT ABOUT THEIR STRONG OR


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

FOR BOX TYPE AND TABULAR TEXTURAL


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

FOR BOX TYPE AND TABULAR TEXTURAL


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

BOLTS AND RIVETS CONNECTING


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

BOLTS AND RIVETS CONNECTING


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

IRA COMPOSITE BEAM SECTION, THE ACTUAL SECTION


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%

IRA COMPOSITE BEAM SECTION, THE ACTUAL SECTION


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%

SHEAR CONNECTORS SHALL HAVE AT


LEAST ________MM OF LATERAL
CONCRETE COVERING. (NSCP 509.5.8)

50 mm

100 mm

25 mm

40 mm

SHEAR CONNECTORS SHALL HAVE AT


LEAST ________MM OF LATERAL
CONCRETE COVERING. (NSCP 509.5.8)

50 mm

100 mm

25 mm

40 mm

THE MINIMUM CENTER TO CENTER SPACING OF


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

THE MINIMUM CENTER TO CENTER SPACING OF


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

THE MAXIMUM CENTER TO CENTER SPACING


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

THE MAXIMUM CENTER TO CENTER SPACING


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

CONNECTIONS CARRYING CALCULATED


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

CONNECTIONS CARRYING CALCULATED


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

THE CONNECTIONS AT ENDS OF TENSION OR


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

THE CONNECTIONS AT ENDS OF TENSION OR


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

WHEN FORMED STEEL DECKING IS A PART


OF THE COMPOSITE BEAM, THE SPACING
OF STUD SHEAR CONNECTOR ALONG THE
LENGTH OF THE SUPPORTING BEAM OR
GIRDER SHALL NOT EXCEED _______MM.
(NSCP 509.6.1.2)

800
750
900

WHEN FORMED STEEL DECKING IS A PART


OF THE COMPOSITE BEAM, THE SPACING
OF STUD SHEAR CONNECTOR ALONG THE
LENGTH OF THE SUPPORTING BEAM OR
GIRDER SHALL NOT EXCEED _______MM.
(NSCP 509.6.1.2)

800
750
900

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