Building Technology 2 Division 2 Siteworks

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Site works' describes the work required on your building site to prepare it for your home to be built, as well as the ongoing management of the building site. Take up the building technology 2 division 2 site works and see how much you recall from class. All the best and keep revising!


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  • 1. 
    Where the ground and second floor level structures are supported bytheir respective platforms.
    • A. 

      PLATFORM FRAME

    • B. 

      WESTERN FRAMING

    • C. 

      COMBINATION FRAME

    • D. 

      BALLOON FRAMING

  • 2. 
    When installed these lie flush with the timbersurface. They are used singly or in pairs. In timber to metalconnections the plate is placed with its back towards the metal.
    • A. 

      Split rings

    • B. 

      Toothed Rings.

    • C. 

      Claw Plates

    • D. 

      Shear Plates

  • 3. 
    Two pieces of timber are squared at their ends and fitted together. 
    • A. 

      Halved Splice

    • B. 

      Scabbed or Fished Splice

    • C. 

      Square Splice.

    • D. 

      NONE OF THE ABOVE

  • 4. 
    Tiles where one halfcylinder overlaps another inverted halfcylinder to form a cover and pan (cap and trough) arrangement. 
    • A. 

      PANTILES

    • B. 

      MISSION TILES

    • C. 

      SPANISH TILES

  • 5. 
    This type of joint is used for building wooden framework where great strength and rigidity are all important. It is made by cutting a hole or mortise in one piece and a tenon or tongue in the second piece to fit the hole in the other. The tenon may extend fully through the other piece or only part of the way.
    • A. 

      PLAIN JOINT OR LAP JOINT

    • B. 

      Butt or Square Joint (End Joint)

    • C. 

      Oblique Joint.

    • D. 

      Mortise and Tenon Joint

  • 6. 
    This type of joint is made when the two pieces do not meet at right angles,e.g. bracings. One piece is cut at an angle to fit the other and the two pieces nailed securely together.
    • A. 

      PLAIN JOINT OR LAP JOINT

    • B. 

      Butt or Square Joint (End Joint)

    • C. 

      Oblique Joint.

    • D. 

      Mortise and Tenon Joint.

  • 7. 
    This the lightest form of framing, in which the studding and corner posts are set up in continuous lengths from first floor line or sill to roof plate. This type of frame is lacking in rigidity and is liable to sway and tremble in heavy winds.
    • A. 

      BALLOON FRAMING

    • B. 

      WESTERN FRAMING

    • C. 

      COMBINATION FRAME

    • D. 

      HEAVY WOOD FRAMING

  • 8. 
    This joint is made by cutting half the thickness of the wood from each pieceat the ends to be joined so as to bring the sides flush. The purpose of this type of joint isto maintain a level surface at the joint.
    • A. 

      Halved Joint.

    • B. 

      Rabbet Joint.

    • C. 

      Dado Joint.

    • D. 

      Miter Joint.

  • 9. 
    This joint is made by cutting a shoulder or edge from one piece to receivethe other piece. It is used in window or door frames, or in shelf and drawer construction.
    • A. 

      Halved Joint.

    • B. 

      Rabbet Joint.

    • C. 

      Dado Joint.

    • D. 

      Miter Joint.

  • 10. 
    This is the type of framing used in the Philippines in which the floor joists are carried by girders, and the roof trusses or rafters by girts which frame into the posts. Studs rest on floor sills and extend up the girder or girt in every floor
    • A. 

      COMBINATION FRAME

    • B. 

      BALLOON FRAMING

    • C. 

      HEAVY WOOD FRAMING

    • D. 

      PLATFORM FRAME

  • 11. 
    THIS IS THE MAJOR STRUCTURAL SUPPORT FOR STAIR. THE NUMBER OF THIS IN STIR 2 TO 3 DEPENDS ON THE WIDTH OF THE STAIR.
    • A. 

      TRIMMER

    • B. 

      HEADER

    • C. 

      PLATES

    • D. 

      STRINGER

    • E. 

      CARRIAGE

  • 12. 
    This is similar in shape and purpose to the rabbet joint. In the dado joint agroove is made in one piece at right angles to the grain of the other board. If nails areused, they are needed only at the end piece since the groove will provide the necessarystrength to hold the other piece in place.
    • A. 

      Halved Joint.

    • B. 

      Rabbet Joint

    • C. 

      Dado Joint.

    • D. 

      Miter Joint.

  • 13. 
    This is a modification of the compression halved splice. It has an extra notch to keep it from slipping and is usually used in combination with scabs or fishplates.
    • A. 

      Halved Splice

    • B. 

      Scabbed or Fished Splice

    • C. 

      Square Splice.

    • D. 

      Scarfed Splice.

  • 14. 
    This doors are used For exterior and interior use. Normally turns on hinges about a side jamb when pushed or pulled, but may also be pivoted from head jamb and threshold 
    • A. 

      By pass door

    • B. 

      Swigging door

    • C. 

      Flush door

  • 15. 
    These are toothed and corrugated. They are made in 2, 2-5/8, and 4 4 in.dia. They are used between two timber frames for comparatively light construction
    • A. 

      Split rings

    • B. 

      Toothed Rings.

    • C. 

      Claw Plates

    • D. 

      Shear Plates

  • 16. 
    These are made in sizes of 2-1/2, 4 and 6 in. in diameter. They are used forheavy construction.
    • A. 

      Split rings

    • B. 

      Toothed Rings.

    • C. 

      Claw Plates

    • D. 

      Shear Plates

  • 17. 
    The vertical face of a stair step.
    • A. 

      RISER

    • B. 

      TREAD

    • C. 

      RUN

  • 18. 
    The uppermost horizontal member of a window frame.
    • A. 

      Plate

    • B. 

      Head

    • C. 

      Sill

    • D. 

      Frame

  • 19. 
    The prominent, usually rounded, horizontal edge which extends beyond an upright face below; as the projection of a tread beyond a riser
    • A. 

      TREAD

    • B. 

      NOSING

    • C. 

      RISER

    • D. 

      RAIL

  • 20. 
    The plain joint is used in very hasty construction for temporary framing and is made by lapping one piece over the other and nailing then together. It is not a very strong joint.
    • A. 

      PLAIN JOINT OR LAP JOINT

    • B. 

      Butt or Square Joint (End Joint)

    • C. 

      Oblique Joint.

    • D. 

      Mortise and Tenon Joint.

  • 21. 
    The horizontal surface of a stair step; often has a rounded edge that extends beyond the upright face of the riser below it.
    • A. 

      RISER

    • B. 

      TREAD

    • C. 

      RUN

  • 22. 
    The height of a flight of stairs from landing to landing
    • A. 

      RISE

    • B. 

      RUN

    • C. 

      FLIGHT

  • 23. 
    The girts which support the floor joist are called ______
    • A. 

      INTERMEDIATE GIRTS

    • B. 

      DROP GIRTS

    • C. 

      INVERTED GIRTS

    • D. 

      FALL GIRTS

  • 24. 
    The function of a _________ is to connect two or more pieces of timber in such a way that the jointwill be as strong as a single timber of equivalent size. Splices are of three types: forcompression, tension and bending.
    • A. 

      BOLTS

    • B. 

      SPLICE

    • C. 

      PIN CONNECTORS

    • D. 

      NONE OF THE ABOVE

  • 25. 
    The fixed, non-operable border of a window designed to receive and hold the sash or casement and all necessary hardware. 
    • A. 

      Window sill

    • B. 

      Window frame

    • C. 

      Window sash

    • D. 

      Jamb

  • 26. 
    The coped joint is used when fitting one piece of moulding at right angles to the second piece.
    • A. 

      Dado Joint.

    • B. 

      Dovetail Joint.

    • C. 

      Coped Joint.

    • D. 

      Miter Joint

  • 27. 
    THE COMMERCIAL WIDTH OF PLAIN G.I. SHEET IS
    • A. 

      0.90M

    • B. 

      0.80M

    • C. 

      0.70M

    • D. 

      1.00M

  • 28. 
    The butt joint is made by placing full thickness of wood directly against the second piece. The butt end should be squared and the sides against which it butts smooth so that the pieces will be perpendicular to each other. The joint is toe-nailed.
    • A. 

      PLAIN JOINT OR LAP JOINT

    • B. 

      Butt or Square Joint (End Joint)

    • C. 

      Oblique Joint.

    • D. 

      Mortise and Tenon Joint

  • 29. 
    SWhen a piece of timber is subjected to bending as in a horizontal piece supporting a weight, the upper part is subjected to compression while the lower half isunder tension
    • A. 

      Scarfed Splice.

    • B. 

      Square Splice.

    • C. 

      Scabbed or Fished Splice

    • D. 

      Halved Splice

  • 30. 
    Square Splice is a type of splice for
    • A. 

      Compression

    • B. 

      Tension

    • C. 

      Axial

    • D. 

      Shearing

  • 31. 
    Scabbed or Fished Splice is type of splices for
    • A. 

      Compression

    • B. 

      Tension

    • C. 

      Shearing

    • D. 

      Axial

  • 32. 
    S-shape tiles where one interlocks with the other 
    • A. 

      SPANISH TILES

    • B. 

      PAN TILES

    • C. 

      MISSION TILES

  • 33. 
    Refers to the panes or sheets of glass set in the sashes of a window. 
    • A. 

      Pane

    • B. 

      Glazing

    • C. 

      Rail

    • D. 

      Mullions

  • 34. 
    PLAIN G.I. CORRUGATED SHEET HAVE ITS COMMERCIAL SIZE OF
    • A. 

      0.90 M X 2.5 M

    • B. 

      0.90 M X 2.4 M

    • C. 

      0.80 M X 2.6 M

    • D. 

      0.80 M X 2.4 M

  • 35. 
    Panel doors consist of a framework of vertical stiles and horizontal rails that hold solid wood or plywood panels, glass lights, or louvers in place
    • A. 

      Solid Core Flush Doors

    • B. 

      Wood Framed Flush Doors

    • C. 

      Wood rail-and-stile Doors

  • 36. 
    One side is clawed and other smooth. They are used either singly, in timber tometal connections, or in pairs in timber to timber connections. Thefemale plate is adaptable for use when the connector must lie flushwith the timber surface.
    • A. 

      Split rings

    • B. 

      Toothed Rings.

    • C. 

      Claw Plates

    • D. 

      Shear Plates

  • 37. 
    One of a number of short vertical members, often circular in section, used to support a stair handrail or a coping.
    • A. 

      BALUSTER

    • B. 

      HANDRAILS

    • C. 

      NOSING

    • D. 

      TRIMMER

  • 38. 
    OIN PLAIN G.I. CORRUGATED SHEET, WHAT GAUGE  IS THE MOST COMMONLY USED FOR ROOFING
    • A. 

      14

    • B. 

      26

    • C. 

      30

    • D. 

      20

  • 39. 
    IThe miter is a joint between two pieces which come together at a corner. It isa finish joint and should not be used where strength is an important requirement. It ismade by cutting the two ends at angles complementary to each other, usually 45°, andthen butting them together. The joint is secured by clamp nails or finishing nails,corrugated fasteners or dowels, or by gluing.
    • A. 

      Halved Joint.

    • B. 

      Rabbet Joint

    • C. 

      Dado Joint.

    • D. 

      Miter Joint

  • 40. 
    Is the horizontal member beneath a door or window opening, having an upper surface sloped to shed rainwater.
    • A. 

      Jamb

    • B. 

      Sill

    • C. 

      Head

    • D. 

      Frame

  • 41. 
    Is one of the divisions of a window, consisting of a single unit of glass set in a frame.
    • A. 

      Pane

    • B. 

      Glazing

    • C. 

      Rail

    • D. 

      Mullions

  • 42. 
    Is either of the two side members of a window frame.
    • A. 

      Jamb

    • B. 

      Head

    • C. 

      Sill

    • D. 

      Frame

  • 43. 
    Is an additional sill fitted to a window frame to cause rainwater to drip farther away from a wall surface
    • A. 

      Additional sill

    • B. 

      Sub sill

    • C. 

      Extra sill

  • 44. 
    Is a vertical member separating a series of windows or doorways.
    • A. 

      Pane

    • B. 

      Glazing

    • C. 

      Rail

    • D. 

      Mullions

  • 45. 
    Is a supporting joist which carries an end portion of a header. 
    • A. 

      HEADER

    • B. 

      TRIMMER

    • C. 

      STUD

    • D. 

      PLATES

    • E. 

      CARRIAGE

  • 46. 
    In stairways , the horizontal distance covered by a flight of steps.
    • A. 

      RISE

    • B. 

      RUN

    • C. 

      FLIGHT

  • 47. 
    In stair construction, a molding which has the same profile as the nosing on the stair treads. 
    • A. 

      NOSING STRAP

    • B. 

      NOSING

    • C. 

      NOSING STRIP

    • D. 

      MOUTH

  • 48. 
    IN ROOF CLAY TILES, USING PLAIN TILE WHAT ARE THE MEASUREMENTS OF THE OVERALL SIZES. 
    • A. 

      266MM X 166MM

    • B. 

      265MM X 165MM

    • C. 

      264MM X 164MM

    • D. 

      263MM X 163MM

  • 49. 
    IN BALLOON FRAMING Boards called _________ are notched and nailed into the studs and corner posts at the proper height to support the second story joists.
    • A. 

      BUTTERFLY

    • B. 

      RIBBONS

    • C. 

      BATTER

    • D. 

      STUDS

  • 50. 
    In a stair, and inclined board which supports the end of the steps. 
    • A. 

      TRIMMER

    • B. 

      HEADER

    • C. 

      PLATES

    • D. 

      STRINGER

    • E. 

      CARRIAGE

  • 51. 
    Hinged door panels fold flat against one another when opened, used to subdivide interior spaces
    • A. 

      Surface Sliding Doors

    • B. 

      Folding doors

    • C. 

      Flush door

    • D. 

      Pocket Sliding Doors

  • 52. 
    Have a frame of rail and stile lumber covered with veneer of manufactured boards
    • A. 

      Hollow Core Flush Doors

    • B. 

      Solid Core Flush Doors

    • C. 

      Wood Framed Flush Doors

  • 53. 
    Have a core of bonded lumber blocks, particleboard, or a mineral composition. The bonded lumber core is the most economical and widely used
    • A. 

      Hollow Core Flush Doors

    • B. 

      Solid Core Flush Doors

    • C. 

      Wood Framed Flush Doors

  • 54. 
    Halved Splice is a type of splices for
    • A. 

      Compression

    • B. 

      Tension

    • C. 

      Shearing

    • D. 

      Axial

  • 55. 
    Doors that Slides on an overhead track into and out of a recess within the width of a wall
    • A. 

      Pocket Sliding Doors

    • B. 

      Flush door

    • C. 

      Swigging door

    • D. 

      Surface Sliding Doors

  • 56. 
    Doors that Surface-hung on an exposed overhead track that provides access through full width of doorway 
    • A. 

      By pass sliding door

    • B. 

      Surface Sliding Doors

    • C. 

      Swigging door

    • D. 

      Flush door

  • 57. 
    Doors that Slides on overhead track and long guides or a track on the floor.
    • A. 

      Flush door

    • B. 

      By pass sliding door

    • C. 

      Swigging door

  • 58. 
    DiviThis type of joint, used for cabinet work and furniture work, is strong anddurable. It is made by cutting a pin in the shape of a dovetail in one piece to fit a groovesimilarly shaped in the other piece.
    • A. 

      Miter Joint

    • B. 

      Coped Joint.

    • C. 

      Dovetail Joint.

    • D. 

      Dado Joint.

  • 59. 
    Consist of vertical board sheathing nailed at right angles to cross strips or ledgers
    • A. 

      Panel doors

    • B. 

      Batten doors

    • C. 

      Sliding doors

    • D. 

      Flush doors

  • 60. 
    Are the upright members framing a window sash or paneled door.
    • A. 

      Stiles

    • B. 

      Mullions

    • C. 

      Rail

    • D. 

      Glazing

  • 61. 
    Are metal devices used to provide added strength at bolted joints. They eliminate complicated framing of joints, simplify the design of heavy construction, and save much time and labor
    • A. 

      Steel connectors

    • B. 

      Timber connectors

    • C. 

      Couplings

    • D. 

      Pins and bolts

  • 62. 
    Are doors with no visible seams on both faces
    • A. 

      Pocket Sliding Doors

    • B. 

      Wood Flush Doors

    • C. 

      Folding doors

    • D. 

      Paneled doors

  • 63. 
    Any framework of a window; may be movable or fixed; may slide in a vertical plane (as in a double-hung window) or may be pivoted (as in a casement window); a pivoted sash also is called a ventilator. 
    • A. 

      Sash

    • B. 

      Sill

    • C. 

      Jamb

    • D. 

      Head

  • 64. 
    An entire railing system (as along the edge of a balcony) including a top rail and its baluster, and sometimes a bottom rail.
    • A. 

      TRIMMER

    • B. 

      BALUSTRADE

    • C. 

      HANDRAILS

    • D. 

      BALUSTER

  • 65. 
    A tall and more or less ornamental post at the head or foot of a stair, supporting the handrail.
    • A. 

      POST

    • B. 

      BANISTER

    • C. 

      PRIMARY POST

    • D. 

      NEWEL POST

  • 66. 
    A short transverse joist that support the end of the cut-off joist at a stairwell hole.
    • A. 

      HEADER

    • B. 

      TRIMMER

    • C. 

      STUD

    • D. 

      PLATES

  • 67. 
    A modification of the old braced frame which was of heavy timbers with every joint mortised and tenoned. The modification consists of lighter timbers and less mortising and pinning to save material and labor. This type of construction is more rigid than the balloon frame
    • A. 

      BALLOON FRAMING

    • B. 

      WESTERN FRAMING

    • C. 

      COMBINATION FRAME

    • D. 

      HEAVY WOOD FRAMING

  • 68. 
    A flush door  that have a framework of stiles and rails encasing an expanded honeycomb core of corrugated fiberboard or a grid of interlocking horizontal and vertical wood strips
    • A. 

      Hollow Core Flush Doors

    • B. 

      Solid Core Flush Doors

    • C. 

      Wood Framed Flush Doors

  • 69. 
    A bar of wood or other material passing from one post or other support to another; a hand support along a stairway.
    • A. 

      HAND SUPPORT

    • B. 

      BANISTER

    • C. 

      RAIL

    • D. 

      POST

  • 70. 
    - The shape most commonly associated with historic clay roofing tiles is probably that of convex or rounded tiles, often grouped together generically 
    • A. 

      PAN TILE

    • B. 

      MISSION TILE

    • C. 

      PLAIN TILE