Railway Engineering Set 13

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 13

Q1 | In U.S.A., rails used are
Q2 | The rail seat is given a slope of
Q3 | Staggered rail joints are generally provided on curves.
Q4 | In India, for metre gauge track, the maximum height of a loaded goods wagon is fixed as
Q5 | The railway sleepers should act as elastic medium between the rails and the ballast.
Q6 | To prevent the change in gauge and creep, the steel sleepers are fixed by clips, bolts and
Q7 | Which of the following sleeper provide best elasticity of track?
Q8 | Which of the following statement is correct?
Q9 | The joint generally not used on Indian railway is
Q10 | To keep the railway yard dry, the ballast used is
Q11 | The distance between the running face of the stock rail and the toe of the tongue rail, is known as
Q12 | The rail section is designated by its
Q13 | The first train in India was run in
Q14 | In supported rail joint, both the ends of adjoining rails are supported on a
Q15 | The speed of the locomotives will be more if the gauge is wider.
Q16 | The type of sleeper used, depends upon
Q17 | The boxing of ballast is done to prevent
Q18 | The dog spikes are used for fixing rail to the
Q19 | The fish plates should be designed for
Q20 | On Indian railways, the grade compensation provided on narrow gauge curves is same as that on metre gauge.
Q21 | The main purpose of welding rails is to
Q22 | The platform should be provided
Q23 | A CST - 9 sleeper consists of
Q24 | The mass of a cast iron sleeper is
Q25 | The width of top portion of a flat - footed rail, is