Civil Engineering – Highway Engineering Mock test – 1




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1.
According to the recommendations of Nagpur Conference, the width formation of an ideal National Highway in hard rock cutting, is
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For the movement of vehicles at an intersection of two roads, without any interference, the type of grade separator generally preferred to, is
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If R is the radius of a main curve and L is the length of the transition curve, the shift of the curve, is
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The period of long term plan for the development of roads in India, known as Bombay Plan (Aug. 1958), is
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The absolute minimum radius of horizontal curve for a design speed 60 km ph is
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A single lane carriage way whenever changes to two-lane carriage way, is affected through a taper of
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The usual width of parapet walls along Highways in hilly region, is
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Deviation of the alignment of a trace cut may be permitted in areas involving
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Increase in traffic volume, due to increase in transport vehicles, is known as
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First operation during the detailed survey of a hill road, is
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The basic formula for determination of pavement thickness was first suggested by
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Design of horizontal and vertical alignments, super-elevation, sight distance and grades, is worst affected by
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Increase in traffic volume, due to increase in transport vehicles, is known as
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On the recommendations of Indian Road Congress, the ruling gradient in plains, is
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Road makers along roads from the edge of a kerb should not be less than
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Volume of traffic which would immediately use a new road or an improved one when opened to traffic, is known
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Thickness of a pavement may be reduced considerably by
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The minimum value of camber provided for thin bituminous surface hill roads, is
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In water bound macadam roads, binding material, is
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If cross slope of a country is 10% to 25%, the terrain is classified as
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If C is basic capacity per lane, V is velocity in km/hour, S is stopping distance pluslength of the vehicles in metres, the formula C = 1000v/s is applicable to
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Border Roads Organisation for hilly regions, was formed in
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The minimum ratio of the radii of two circular curves of a compound curve, is kept
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Maximum super-elevation on hill roads should not exceed
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The road foundation for modern highways construction, was developed by
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The head light of vehicles should be such that its lower beam illuminates objects at
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In India the modes of transportation, in the order of their importance, are
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The weaving length of a roadway is the distance
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As per recommendations of I.R.C., traffic volume study is carried out for rural roads for 7 days continuously during
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The length of the side of warning sign boards of roads is




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