# Railway Engineering Set 11

This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 11

Q1 | A mono-block sleeper has
Q2 | The distance through which the tongue rail moves laterally at the toe of the switch for movementof trains is called
Q3 | Coal ash (or cinder) is used in initial stages of a new construction of railway for
Q4 | Width of the top portion of a flat footed, rail, is
Q5 | Rails are bent to correct curvature if the degree of curve, is more than
Q6 | Minimum depth of ballast prescribed of B.G. trunk lines of Indian Railways, is
Q7 | Boxing of ballast is done
Q8 | Maximum wheel base distance provided on Indian B.G. tracks, is
Q9 | A triangle used for turning the face of locomotives, consists of
Q10 | To hold the adjoining ends of rails in correct horizontal and vertical planes, the rail fastenings used are
Q11 | The sleeper density on main lines is
Q12 | The speed of a locomotive, in India, on broad gauge is restricted between
Q13 | When two tracks of same or different gauges cross each other at any angle, the crossing provided is
Q14 | The gauge should be
Q15 | The total effective area of the pot sleepers is equal to the effective bearing area of a
Q16 | At the time of pressing the steel sleepers, a cant of 1 in 20 is provided towards the centre.
Q17 | Gib and cotters for connecting pot sleepers are so casted that by interchanging them gauge is slackened by
Q18 | In plate sleepers, the plate is provided with projecting ribs in the bottom in order to
Q19 | The rail gauge is the distance between
Q20 | To increase the strength of plate sleepers, the
Q21 | The levers for
Q22 | Creeping of rails can be checked by using
Q23 | The height of the platform above the rail surface for broad gauge tracks should be
Q24 | Two holes are provided in each pot sleeper for inspection and packing of ballast.
Q25 | In India, the method used for plate laying is