Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Construction Components Quiz

Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Construction Components Quiz

Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Construction Components Quiz




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Question Description

I need help with a Social Science question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

For this assignment you will complete Construction Quiz it is multiple choice 30 questions . the questons and the book is attached . You get 3 hours . You must get atleast 28 questions correct.Questions 1 thru 30 .


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Item at position 1

What are the components of mortar? (Circle all that apply)

Sand

Cement

Lime

Aggregate


Item at position 2

What are the components of concrete? (Circle all that apply)

Cement

Aggregate

Lime

Sand


Item at position 3

What does cement react with to harden during Hydration?

Sand

Carbon Dioxide

Water

Oxygen


Item at position 4

What is lime’s primary function in mortar?

Lighten the color

Make the mortar more workable

Save money on cement

Make the mortar waterproof


Item at position 5

The vertical joints on the face of a wall are called:

Wythe joints

Head joints

Bed Joints

Collar Joints


Item at position 6

High-lift grouting usually requires:

Cleanouts

Buttresses

Quoins

Weepholes


Item at position 7

Laying brick or block as a “stretcher” course means the brick/block is laid

On its bed face with its head end visible in the wall face

On its head end with its stretcher face parallel to the wall

With its stretcher face parallel to the wall and its long dimension horizontal

With its stretcher face parallel to the wall and its long dimension vertical


Item at position 8

Laying brick or block as a “header course” means the brick/block is laid:

With its stretcher face parallel to the wall and its long dimension vertical

On its end face with its stretcher face parallel to the wall

On its bed face with its end face visible in the wall face

With its stretcher face parallel to the wall and its long dimension horizontal


Item at position 9

A wythe is

A brick that binds two walls together

A cavity between two walls

A horizontal layer of bricks

A vertical layer of bricks


Item at position 10

Which of the following IS NOT a function of joints

Waterproof the wall

Bind the masonry units together

Fill the space between the brick/block

Form an attractive exterior surface


Item at position 11

Which type of joint tooling is appropriate for severe weather locations:

Vee Joints

Extruded Joints

Raked Joints

Stripped Joints


Item at position 12

Which type of stone can be described as igneous, highly durable, “polishable”, and strong?

Granite

Marble

Limestone

Slate


Item at position 13

Which type of stone can be described as metamorphic, veined, durable, “polishable”, easily carved and strong?

Slate

Limestone

Granite

Marble


Item at position 14

Which type of stone can be described as metamorphic, dense, easily split into sheets, and used for paving stones, roof shingles, and thin wall facings.

Slate

Granite

Marble

LImestone


Item at position 15

Which type of stone can be described as sedimentary, porous, “non-polishable”, easily carved, and susceptible to frost damage?

Limestone

Marble

Slate

Granite


Item at position 16

What is NOT a way in which stone masonry

typically

is different from laying of brick?

Stone is not reactive to acid, brick is highly reactive and generates efflorescence

Stone joints are typically raked and then pointing mortar is tooled in, brick are typically tooled

Stone is irregular, brick is regular

Stone is heavier than brick


Item at position 17

How are concrete masonry units advantageous over other types of masonry units?

More attractive

Cheaper and faster to build with

Waterproof

Lighter per unit


Item at position 18

What is the purpose of a “bond beam” block?

To lay at the ends and corners of walls

To lessen the weight of the block

To allow for high-lift grouting

To accept horizontal steel


Item at position 19

Which masonry units are most easily reinforced with steel and concrete?

CMU Block

Glass block

Brick

Stone


Item at position 20

What is the purpose of a “lead” in masonry?

Allow for water to drain from the inside of a building

Prevent cracks in the wall

Provide a place for lumber to attach to the wall.

Hold the line blocks for laying to the line on a wall


Item at position 21

What is the “lintel”?

Vertical layer of masonry units

Extending a brick beyond its’ underlying course. Can be used to give a 3-d effect or make openings in a wall.

Laying masonry units in a stair step fashion to be used to lay to the line

A structure that goes across an opening in a wall


Item at position 22

What is a “corbel” in masonry

Extending a brick beyond its underlying course. Can be used to give a 3-d effect or make openings in a wall

Laying masonry units in a stair step fashion to be used to lay to the line

A structure that goes across an opening in a wall

Vertical layer of masonry units


Item at position 23

What catches water that has penetrated a masonry wall and drains it back to the exterior via weep holes?

Internal flashing

Counter flashing

Dampproofing

Wall cavity


Item at position 24

When mortar is purposely absent from the head joint of the bottom course of an exterior wythe it is called:

Counterflashing

An expansion joint

Weep holes

A wall cavity


Item at position 25

What is composed of iron, silica, and alumina and hydrates with water?

Concrete

Portland cement

Lime

Mortar


Item at position 26

What is the single-most important determinate to the strength of a concrete mix?

Water-cement ratio

Air-entrainment percent

Aggregate size

Fine-course aggregate ratio


Item at position 27

All things being equal, which is the strongest

Pre-stressed concrete

Concrete

Mortar

Reinforced concrete


Item at position 28

Which type of reinforcement is done at a production facility?

Pre-stressed concrete

Pre-tensioned concrete

Post-tensioned concrete

Site-cased reinforced concrete


Item at position 29

What tests the amount of water in a batch of concrete?

Hydration reactant test

Water test

Slump test

Hydrogen dioxide detector


Item at position 30

30

1 point

Item 30 is unpinned. Click to pin.

What uses high strength steel tendons to squeeze concrete together via plates and fasteners on the perimeter of the concrete?

Pre-stressed concrete

Post-stressed Tendoned concrete

Reinforced concrete

Post-Tensioned concrete


 

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