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GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
B.ARCH. – SEMESTER– I EXAMINATION – SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:2X15002       Date:30/05/2019
Subject Name: T.R.D.-I
Time:10:30 AM TO 01:30 PM     Total Marks:40
Instructions:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks:
4. All Questions are compulsory.
5. Use any suitable scale unless mentioned.
6. Draft using appropriate instruments.

Q.1 Define Orthographic projections.          05

Differentiate between First angle and Third angle projections.

Q.2(a) Draw Orthographic Projections of following    10
i) Draw projection (plan and elevation and side elevation)  of a hexagonal

plane of each side 4cm, kept in such a way that the plane is parallel to H.P.
and right angle to V.P.(vertical plane). The plane is kept 3 cm above H.P.
and one side of the plane is 5 cm away from the V.P.

ii) Draw projection of a circular plane radius 3 cm is perpendicular to V.P. and
H.P. both. It is 2 cm away from V.P. and 1 cm above H.P. Draw its plan,
Elevation and side elevation.

Q.2(b) Draw Orthographic Projections of following(Any 2 out of 3)    15
i) A pentagonal pyramid, base 3cm long and axis 7 cm long, has one of its slant

edges in the H.P. and inclined at 30 to the V.P. Draw the projections of the
solid when the apex is towards the observer

ii) Draw projections of Hexagonal prism, base 3 cm side and axis 6 cm long,
resting on one of its rectangular faces on the H.P., with axis inclined at 45 to
V.P.

iii) Draw projections of a cone, base 5 cm diameter and axis 7.5 cm long, lying
on a generator on the ground with the top view of the axis making an angle
of 45 with V.P.

Q.3 Draw Orthographic Projections of following( Any 1 out of 2)    10

i) A square prism, base 4 cm side and height 6.5 cm has its axis inclined at 45
to the H.P. and has an edge of its base, on the H.P. and inclined at 30 to the
H.P. Draw the projections.

ii) A hexagonal prism, base 3 cm side and axis 7.5 cm long has an edge of the
base parallel to the H.P. and inclined at 45 to the V.P. Its axis makes an angle
of 60 to the H.P. Draw the projections.

Seat No.: ________                                                           Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
B.ARCH. – SEMESTER– I EXAMINATION – SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:2X15003       Date:01/06/2019
Subject Name:Building Construction-I
Time:10:30 AM TO 01:30 PM     Total Marks:40
Instructions:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks
4. Use any suitable scale for drafting if not mentioned
5. Support your answers with neatly drawn and labeled sketches wherever necessary

Q1 Draft to any suitable scale a typical wall section through an RCC structure showing complete
details from foundation, through window opening, to top of parapet. Label and dimension all
the parts clearly using the correct terminology.     (08 marks)

Q2 Explain with the help of neatly drawn and labeled sketches any two of the following:
a) How are the loads acting on a building transferred to the soil?
b) What are the main classifications of stone and what are the broad uses of each type?
c) What are the qualities of good timber used in construction?  (08 marks)

Q3 a) Briefly describe how bricks are manufactured.     (02 marks)
b) What do you understand by bond? Why is bond necessary in good brickwork?
(02 marks)
c) Draft to any suitable scale Stopped End and T-Junction in Double Flemish Bond.
Show alternate courses in Plan and Elevation up to six courses.  (04 marks)
OR
d) Draft to any suitable scale Stopped End and L-Junction in English Bond. Show
alternate courses in Plan and Elevation up to six courses.   (04 marks)

Q4 Write short notes on any two of the following:
a) Adobe Construction
b) Rammed Earth construction
c) Wattle and Daub construction
d) Typical joints in Bamboo construction.     (08 marks)

Q5 Explain with the help of neatly drawn and labeled sketches:
a) Bonder
b) Dowel joint
c) Cramped joint
d) V and Channel joint       (04 marks)

e) Sketch in any suitable scale plan, elevation and section of a typical compound wall in
Random Rubble Built-to-Courses masonry.    (04 marks)
OR
f) Sketch in any suitable scale plan, elevation and section of a wall using Ashlar
Uncoursed masonry.       (04 marks)

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Seat No.: ________                                                           Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
B.ARCH. – SEMESTER– I EXAMINATION – SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:2X15005       Date:04/06/2019
Subject Name:Humanities-I
Time:10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM     Total Marks:50
Instructions:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Seat No.: ________                                                           Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
B.ARCH. – SEMESTER–I   EXAMINATION – SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:2X15006     Date:07/06/2019
Subject Name:Architectural Communication Skills-I
Time:10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM                Total Marks: 50
Instructions:

1. Attempt any five questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1 (a) Explain all Types of communication.                                                   05

Q.1 (b) Explain verbal and Non-verbal communication.                                05

Q.2 (a) Fill in the blanks by using appropriate form of verb to complete conditional sentences. (any 4)

04

1. If we (listen) _________to the radio, we (hear) _______ the news.

2. If you (switch)_______ on the lights, you (fall / not) _________ over the chair.

3. She (come) ________ to our party if she (be / not) ________ on holiday.

4. If he (try) _________harder, he (reach) ________ his goals.

5. I (buy) _______ these shoes if they (fit) ________.

6. It (surprise / not) _______ me if he (know / not) _______ the answer.

Q.2 (b) Explain elements of effective body language.                                         06

Q.3 Fill in the blanks using appropriate form of verb.                                         10

1. John ________ TV every night. (watch)
2. I am tired of ______ here. (work)
3. I like _______ the piano. (play)
4. Peter _______ stamps for five years. (collect)
5. Don’t _______ Miss Chan is angry now. (talk)
6. I look forward to _______ form you soon. (hear)
7. Mary is good at ________ .(run)
8. Jack________ table tennis every day. (play)
9. My father _______ to Wan Chai this morning. (go)
10. If you keep on talking, Miss Chan ______ you. (punish)

Q.4   Correct the following sentence with appropriate tenses. (Any 10)                          10

1. The patient die yesterday.
2. I  was received the parcel yesterday.

3. The sun is shining when we started our journey.
4. I see him to beating the boy.
5. Yesterday I have bought a new laptop as my old one have become quite slow.
6. He thanked me for what I have done.
7. I am working on this project for two years.
8. They had bought an apartment in Bangalore three years ago.
9. I usually  would drink coffee in the morning.
10. Ever since I  had left my country in 2007, I had been living in Canada.

Q.5 (a) Define the following terms with appropriate sketches. ( Any5 )                                10

1.  Space                            4. Floor
2.  Column                        5. Partition Wall
3.  .Entry                           6. Hierarchy of spaces

Q.6   Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentences.                                    10

1. My aunt had a mental downbreak / breakdown last night.
2. I don’t really like quick food / fast food.
3. Hillary is a beautiful long-hair / long-haired girl.
4. The teacher wants some feedback / backfeed from the students at the end of the class.
5. Who’s the headmaster / masterhead of this school?
6. The Cross Red / Red Cross helps a lot of people all over the world.
7. Living in the city has more backdraws / drawbacks than advantages.
8. We always buy some home-made / made-at-home products.
9. I’ve got two handed-left / left-handed brothers.
10. Patricia’s a really working-hard / hard-working person, isn’t she?

Q.7  (a) Change the voice. (any 5)                                                                                                      05
1. You must write the poem.
2. The poem must be written by you.
3. She may help you.
4. You may be helped by her.
5. We ought to obey our parents.
6. Our parents ought to be obeyed by us.

Q.7 (b) Convert the following sentence into indirect speech. ( Any 5)                                   05

1. He said, “I have passed the examination.”
2. Mitul said, “ my mother is writing letter.”
3. She said, “I am unwell.”
4. The teacher said, “The earth goes round the sun.”
5. He said, “I am glad to be here this evening.”

I said to him, “I did not believe you.”
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