Railway Engineering Set 3

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 3

Q1 | At a rail joint, the ends of adjoining rails, are connected with a pair of fish plates and
Q2 | If the standard length of a B.G. crossing is 597 cm, the number of crossing, is
Q3 | Switch angle is the angle between
Q4 | Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Q5 | On Broad Gauge main lines with maximum traffic loads, the rail section preferred to, is
Q6 | The treadle bar is provided
Q7 | Heel of crossing is the line joining
Q8 | The main advantage of a cement concrete sleeper, is:
Q9 | Stock rails are
Q10 | Continuity of electric current across welded rail joints, is maintained by
Q11 | The arrangement of rails which permit trains to cross another track and also to divert to the othertrack, is called
Q12 | On either side of the centre line of rails, a cant of 1 in 20 in the sleeper is provided for a distance of
Q13 | In a B.G. railway track, the specified ruling gradient is 1 in 250. The horizontal curve of 3° on agradient of 1 in 250 will have the permissible gradient of
Q14 | A CST-9 sleeper consists of
Q15 | Staggered rail joints are generally provided
Q16 | Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Q17 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q18 | Fish plate is in contact with rail at
Q19 | In railways a triangle is mainly provided for
Q20 | Minimum gradient in station yards is generally limited to
Q21 | The formation width for a single line meter gauge track in embankment as adopted on IndianRailways is
Q22 | Minimum depth of ballast cushion for a Broad Gauge wooden sleeper of size 275 × 25 × 13 cm with75 cm sleeper spacing is
Q23 | The sleepers resting directly on girder are fastened to the top flange of girder by
Q24 | The sleepers which satisfy the requirements of an ideal sleeper, are
Q25 | The side of a rail diamond may be obtained by dividing the gauge of track by