Highway Engineering Mock test – 5 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. For clear distinct vision, images of obstructions should fall on the retina with a cone of
2. If the number of lanes on the carriageway of a road is more than two, the total width of lane ways is equal to 3.0 m
3. If At is the area of steel cross-section, t is working stress, L is width of road and W is weight of slab  per square metre, the spacing of the tie bars for a longitudinal joint, is
4. The top height of a route marker above crown level is
5. If x% is the gradient of an alignment and y% is the gradient after proper super-elevation along a  curved portion of a highway, the differential grade along the curve, is
6. The width of pavement in addition to a gravelled berm 1 m on either side for a two directional traffic recommended by Nagpur Conference of Chief Engineers, is
7. If V is the design speed of vehicles in km/hour, the change of radial acceleration in metres/sec3, is
8. The absolute minimum radius of horizontal curve for a design speed 60 kmph is
9. The convexity provided to the carriageway between the crown and edge of the pavement, is known as
10. At a road junction, 16 cross conflict points are severe, if
11. The inventor of road making as a building science, was
12. Along horizontal curves, if centrifugal force exceeds lateral friction, vehicles may
13. California Bearing Ratio method of designing flexible pavements is more accurate as it involves
14. If metres is the distance between extreme axles of a vehicle, its gross load should not exceed
15. If the elevations along a road increase, the slope of the road along the longitudinal direction, is known as
16. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following. The super-elevation on roads is
17. The desirable camber for straight roads with water bound macadam or gravel surface, is
18. Road makers along roads from the edge of a kerb should not be less than
19. Minimum stopping distance for moving vehicles on road with a design speed of 80 km/hour, is
20. The pavement width of a road depends upon
21. The basic formula for determination of pavement thickness was first suggested by
22. If N is the algebraic difference of grades, S is the minimum sight distance in metres, the length (L)  of a summit curve is
23. The shape of a vertical curve, is
24. Cement grouted pavement is classified as
25. Non-passing sight distance along a road is the longest distance at which the driver of a moving  vehicle, may see an obstacle on the pavement

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