Civil Engineering - Highway Engineering Mock test - 2 - CIVIL ENGINEERING OBJECTIVE

Civil Engineering – Highway Engineering Mock test – 2




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1. The absolute minimum sight distance required for stopping a vehicle moving with a speed of 80 km ph, is
2. The ideal shape of a transition curve, is
3. If D is the degree of a curve, the percentage reduction of gradient, is
4. While calculating the sight distances, the driver's eye above road surface, is assumed
5. On concrete roads, the camber generally provided, is
6. Road width 8.8 m of two lane National highways or State highways in mountainous terrain
7. Minimum thickness of a layer of fine sand required to cut off capillary rise of water completely, should be
8. Any gradient on a road is said to be an exceptional gradient, if it is
9. Transverse joints are provided at distances varying from
10. For Indian conditions, the water bound macadam roads, are suitable if daily traffic does not exceed
11. To indicate proper control of consistency of a freshly mixed concrete for pavement construction, the slump should be between
12. For the administration of road transport, a Motor Vehicle Act was enacted in
13. Pick up the correct statement from the following:
14. The width of different roads as recommended in Nagpur plan by the Indian Road Conference for hilly region, is
15. Reinforcement in cement concrete slab of road pavements, is placed
16. At a road junction, 7 cross conflict points are severe if
17. The desirable camber for straight cement concrete roads, is
18. Driving vehicles on wet surfaced roads, is dangerous because it may
19. According to IRC : 52-1973, for a single lane National Highway in hilly region,
20. Length of vehicles does not affect
21. Minimum permissible speed on high speed roads, is decided on the basis of
22. If x% is the gradient of an alignment and y% is the gradient after proper superelevation along a curved portion of a highway, the differential grade along the curve, is
23. To prevent movement of moisture from subgrade to road pavement at the same level as that of water-table, thickness of a cut off layer of coarse sand, is
24. In an ideal transition curve, the radius of curvature
25. Along high ways confirmatory route markers are generally fixed