Building Materials

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14 Questions - Developed by: Jhonatan Ramirez - Developed on: - 125 taken

This survey is designed to identify what do you know about civil engineering building materials.

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    It's a hard and fibrous substance which forms a major part of the trunk and branches of a tree.
  • 2
    It's used by the Inuit for igloos, but has also been used for ice hotels as a tourist attraction in northern areas that might not otherwise see many winter tourists.
  • 3
    Are constructed from cement, sand, and natural aggregate such as crushed stone.
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    Are the materials basically used as filler with binding material in the production of mortar and concrete.
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    It's a natural product obtained from pit, river beds, shores, sea beds, etc. It's composed of silica (SiO2).
  • 6
    It's an adhesive and cohesive material which is capable of bonding together particles of solid matter into a compact durable mass.
  • 7
    It's a synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers such as polyethylene, PVC, nylon, etc.
  • 8
    _______ is mainly used in accessories or coatings in buildings. It is also used in floors, walls, countertops and even ceilings. Many countries use _____ tiles to cover many buildings.
  • 9
    The purpose of using water with cement is to cause hydration of the cement.
  • 10
    It's used in the construction industry serve a wide range of functions. It's so important for its durability, strength and resistance to weather.
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    It's a fine-grained, sticky stone earth material that occurs naturally. When it's wet, it can be molded into many useful products.
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    It has been defined as the natural, hard substance formed from minerals and earth material.
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    It's a traditional roofing method that involves using dry vegetation such as straw to create a roof covering.
  • 14
    It's used for building-up exterior and interior walls, partitions, piers, footings and other load bearing structures.

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