Railway Engineering Mock test – 2 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - ENGINEERING BIX

Railway Engineering Mock test – 2 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. Minimum composite sleeper index for wooden sleepers used in cross-overs, is
2. In India the rails are manufactured by
3. When semaphore and warner are installed on the same post, then the stop indication is given when
4. The rail is designated by its
5. Degree of a railway curve is defined as number of degrees subtended at the centre of a curve by an arc of
6. If a 0.7% upgrade meets a 0.65% downgrade at a summit and the permissible rate of change of  grade per chain length is 0.10%, the length of the vertical curve, is
7. Ordinary rails are made of
8. On a single line track, 10 goods trains loaded with iron ore run from A to B and empty wagons return from B to A daily. Amount of creep of the rails will be
9. To avoid the damage of nose of crossing, the wing rails are ramped so that nose of crossing  remains at a lower level by
10. If the stock rails are B.H. rails, the type of switch generally provided, is
11. The object of providing a point lock is
12. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following. Required tilt of 1 in 20 is provided
13. For a sleeper density of (n + 5), the number of sleepers required for constructing a broad gauge  railway track of length 650 m is
14. The place where a railway line and a road cross each other at the same level, is known as
15. Bearing plates are used to fix
16. The rails get out of their original positions due to insufficient expansion gap. This phenomenon is known
17. For even distribution of load through ballast, load dispersal is assumed as
18. Mr. W. Simms, the consulting Engineer to the Government of India recommended the gauge for  Indian railways
19. A turn-in-curve is defined as
20. At a rail joint, the ends of adjoining rails, are connected with a pair of fish plates and
21. Wear of rails is maximum in weight of
22. For a Broad Gauge route with (M + 7) sleeper density, number of sleepers per rail length is
23. Best ballast contains stones varying in size from
24. The standard dimensions of a wooden sleeper for M.G. railway track are
25. The desirable rate of change of cant deficiency in case of Metre Gauge is

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