Railway Engineering Set 20

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 20

Q1 | The fillet in a rail section is provided to
Q2 | The spike used for fixing chairs of bull headed rail to wooden sleepers is
Q3 | The spike commonly used to fix the rails on wooden sleepers is
Q4 | Which of the following statement is wrong?
Q5 | The length of each fish plate is
Q6 | The distance between two adjoining axles fixed in a rigid frame is known as
Q7 | The spacing of sleepers is kept
Q8 | The maximum value of throw of switch for a broad gauge track is
Q9 | In the cross - sections of railway tracks, the side slope in cutting is same as that in embankment.
Q10 | The standard size of timber sleepers in railway tracks of metre gauge and narrow gauge is same.
Q11 | When the train moves on the rail, it causes constant reversal of stresses.
Q12 | Creep causes
Q13 | For metre gauge, 49.8 to 52.3 kg/m rail section is used.
Q14 | Trailing points are on the
Q15 | The rail section first designed in Indian railways was
Q16 | On Indian railways, cant deficiency allowed on broad gauge track is
Q17 | The maximum limit of superelevation prescribed by Indian railways on narrow gauge is same as that on metre gauge.
Q18 | The minimum composite sleeper index for wooden sleepers used over bridge girders, is
Q19 | In India, permissible limit of rail wear is
Q20 | A good sleeper whould be such that
Q21 | George Stephenson succeeded in running the first train of the world in
Q22 | The maximum limit of superelevation prescribed by Indian railways on broad gauge is
Q23 | The overall depth of a dog spike is
Q24 | The quantity of stone ballast required per metre tangent length for broad gauge is
Q25 | Tractive force, due to which engine pulls the train, is