# In a pre-stressed member it is advisable to use

A. Low strength concrete only

B. High strength concrete only

C. Low strength concrete but high tensile steel

D. High strength concrete and high tensile steel

**Answer: Option D **

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**Distribution of shear intensity over a rectangular section of a beam, follows:**

A. A circular curve

B. A straight line

C. A parabolic curve

D. An elliptical curve

**If the shear stress in a R.C.C. beam is**

A. Equal or less than 5 kg/cm^{2}, no shear reinforcement is provided

B. Greater than 4 kg/cm^{2}, but less than 20 kg/cm^{2}, shear reinforcement is provided

C. Greater than 20 kg/cm^{2}, the size of the section is changed

D. All the above

**In a pre-stressed member it is advisable to use**

A. Low strength concrete only

B. High strength concrete only

C. Low strength concrete but high tensile steel

D. High strength concrete and high tensile steel

**In a simply supported slab, alternate bars are curtailed at**

A. $${\frac{1}{4}^{{\text{th}}}}$$ of the span

B. $${\frac{1}{5}^{{\text{th}}}}$$ of the span

C. $${\frac{1}{6}^{{\text{th}}}}$$ of the span

D. $${\frac{1}{7}^{{\text{th}}}}$$ of the span

No