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Question: Single flemish bond consists of
Options:
A. Double Flemish bond facing and English bond backing in each course
B. English bond facing and double Flemish bond backing in each course
C. Stretcher bond facing and double Flemish bond backing in each course
D. Double Flemish bond facing and header bond backing in each course
Answer: Option A

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Question 1. The piece of a brick cut along the centre of width in such a way that its length is equal to that of full brick, is called
  1.     Half brick
  2.     Queen closer
  3.     King closer
  4.     Bevelled closer
Answer: Option B
Question 2. Single flemish bond consists of
  1.     Double Flemish bond facing and English bond backing in each course
  2.     English bond facing and double Flemish bond backing in each course
  3.     Stretcher bond facing and double Flemish bond backing in each course
  4.     Double Flemish bond facing and header bond backing in each course
Answer: Option A
Question 3. As compared to stretcher course, the thickness of joints in header course should be
  1.     Less
  2.     More
  3.     Equal
  4.     Equal or more
Answer: Option A
Question 4. As compared to stretcher course, the thickness of joints in header course should be
  1.     Less
  2.     More
  3.     Equal
  4.     Equal or more
Answer: Option A
Question 5. Which one of the following factors is considered for the orientation of buildings?
  1.     The direction of the prevailing winds in the area
  2.     The exposure of the walls and roof of the buildings to the rays of sun
  3.     The extent up to which the sunrays penetrate with the verandah
  4.     All the above
Answer: Option D
Question 6. The foundation in which a cantilever beam is provided to join two footings, is known as
  1.     Strip footing
  2.     Strap footing
  3.     Combined footing
  4.     Raft footing
Answer: Option B

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