Railway Engineering MCQ Questions Answers Civil Engineering

11) The limiting value of cant gradient for all

a) 1 in 360

b) 1 in 720

c) 1 in 1000

d) 1 in 1200

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Option – b)

12) Disadvantage of concrete sleeper is

(a) their heavy weight

(b) no scrap value

(c) heavy damage during derailment

(d) all the above

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Option – d)

13) The rail is design by its

a) length

b) weight

c) cross-section

d) weight per unit length

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Option – d)

14) For point and crossings, size of broken stone ballast used is

(a) 25 mm

(b) 32 mm

(c) 40 mm

(d) 50 mm

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Option – b)

15) Ordinary rails are made of

a) mild steel

b) cast iron

c) wrought iron

d) high carbon steel

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Option – d)

16) Ruling gradient in Indian Railways on hilly areas is

(a) 1 in 100 to 1 in 150

(b) 1 in 150 to 1 in 200

(c) 1 in 200 to 1 in 300

(d) 1 in 300 to 1 in 400

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Option – a)

17) Permissible limit of cant deficiency for Broad Gauge (B.G) is

a) 50 mm

b) 60 mm

c) 75 mm

d) 88 mm

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Option – c)

18) The maximum cant deficiency for speed up to 100 kmph on broad gauge is

(a) 94 mm

(b) 76 mm

(c) 51 mm

(d) 38 mm

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Option – b)

19) Number of fish bolts per fish plate is

a) 2

b) 4

c) 5

d) 6

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Option – b)

20) The maximum cant deficiency for speed up to 100 kmph on metre gauge permitted is

(a) 94 mm

(b) 76 mm

(c) 51 mm

(d) 38 mm

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Option – c)
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