Highway Engineering Mock test – 4 || Civil Engineering Mock tests Welcome to your Highway Engineering Mock test - 4 Take an exciting test in Highway Engineering You have only 20 mins to complete the test (25 Questions) Wish you all the best!!! Name Email 1. The absolute minimum sight distance required for stopping a vehicle moving with a speed of 80 kmph, is (A) 120 m (B) 200 m (C) 640 m (D) None of these2. The length of the side of warning sign boards of roads is (A) 30 cm (B) 40 cm (C) 45 cm (D) 50 cm3. The correct formula for calculating super-elevation for the hill roads, is (A) e = V²/254 R (B) e = V²/225 R (C) e = V²/278 R (D) e = V²/114 R4. The usual width of side drains along Highways in hilly region, is (A) 50 cm (B) 60 cm (C) 70 cm (D) 100 cm5. Minimum radius of a simple circular curve deflecting through 5°, is (A) 1618.9 m (B) 1816.9 m (C) 1718.9 m (D) 1817.9 m6. If R is the radius of a main curve and L is the length of the transition curve, the shift of the curve, is (A) L/24 R (B) L2/24 R (C) L3/24 R (D) L4/24 R7. The ratio of maximum deviation angle and maximum polar deflection angle of a Lemniscate curve, is (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 58. On the recommendations of Nagpur Conference, the minimum width of a village road may be (A) 2.45 m (B) 2.75 m (C) 3.66 m (D) 4.90 m9. Maximum super-elevation on hill roads should not exceed (A) 5 % (B) 7 % (C) 8% (D) 10 %10. In India the modes of transportation, in the order of their importance, are (A) Air transport, shipping, roads, railways (B) Shipping, roads, railways, air transport (C) Roads, railways, air transport, shipping (D) Railways, roads, shipping, air transport11. Degree of a road curve is defined as the angle in degrees subtended at the centre by an arc of (A) 10 metres (B) 20 metres (C) 25 metres (D) 30 metres12. The width of the right of way in urban area, is kept between 24 m to 60 m for (A) National Highways (B) State Highways (C) Both (a) and (b) (D) None of these13. Thickness of broken line markings on multi-lane road for lanes is generally kept (A) 10 cm (B) 12 cm (C) 15 cm (D) 18 cm14. For the administration of road transport, a Motor Vehicle Act was enacted in (A) 1927 (B) 1934 (C) 1939 (D) 194715. Roadway width for a National highways and State highways (two-lanes) is (A) 12 m (B) 9 m (C) 9.5 m (D) 15 m16. Minimum permissible speed on high speed roads, is decided on the basis of (A) 15 percentile cumulative frequency (B) 20 percentile cumulative frequency (C) 30 percentile cumulative frequency (D) 40 percentile cumulative frequency17. For maximum strength and durability minimum percentage of cement, by weight is (A) 15 % (B) 20 % (C) 25% (D) 30 %18. If present A.D.T. is 5000 vehicles and annual increase is 10%, the average future flow after 5 years will be (A) 6050 vehicles (B) 7050 vehicles (C) 8050 vehicles (D) 9050 vehicles19. The minimum cross fall of shoulders is kept (A) 0.5 % (B) 1.0 % (C) 1.5% (D) 3 %20. On most smooth hard surfaced roads, rolling resistance to moving vehicles, ranges from (A) 5 kg to 7 kg/tonne (B) 7 kg to 9 kg/tonne (C) 9 kg to 11 kg/tonne (D) 11 kg to 13 kg/tonne21. The minimum width of the pavement of a National Highway should be (A) 4.7 m (B) 5.7 m (C) 6.7 m (D) 7.7 m22. Thickness of broken centre line markings for a four lane road, is generally kept (A) 10 cm (B) 12 cm (C) 15 cm (D) 18 cm23. Depth of reinforcement below the surface of a concrete pavement, is generally kept (A) 5 cm (B) 6 cm (C) 7 m (D) 9 m24. If N is deviation angle the length L of a parabolic vertical curve for overtaking sight distance S, is (A) NS²/9.6 if L > S (B) NS²/9.6 if L < S (C) 2S - 9.6/N if L < S (D) Both (A) and (C)25. Curves in the same direction separated by short tangents, are called (A) Simple circular curves (B) Compound curves (C) Transition curves (D) Broken-back curves Share to all