Railway Engineering Set 4

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 4

Q1 | The standard length of rail for Broad Gauge and Meter Gauge are respectively
Q2 | Coning of wheels is provided
Q3 | On Indian Railways, angle of crossing between gauge faces of Vee, is generally calculated by
Q4 | Ballast packed below and around the sleepers to transfer the load from sleepers to formation,generally consists of
Q5 | On Indian Railways, the approximate weight of a rail section is determined from the formula
Q6 | The maximum degree of curvature for Meter Gauge is limited to
Q7 | The grade compensation on B.G. tracks on Indian Railways, is
Q8 | The factor for deciding the type of sleeper, is
Q9 | Number of keys used in CST-9 sleeper is
Q10 | Wheels of a rolling stock are provided flanges on
Q11 | For inspection and packing of ballast, each pot sleeper is provided with
Q12 | To design a cross-over between parallel tracks, the required components are:
Q13 | The standard width of ballast for M.G. track in Indian Railways, is kept
Q14 | The correct relation between curve lead (CL), switch lead (SL) and lead of crossing (L) is given by
Q15 | Pot sleepers are in the form of
Q16 | Bending of rail ends due to loose packing under a joint and loose fish Bolts, is known
Q17 | In a shunting signal if the red band is inclined at 45° it indicates
Q18 | Rail tops of a track are placed
Q19 | A train is hauled by 2-8-2 locomotive with 22.5 tonnes and on each driving axle. Assuming thecoefficient of rail-wheel friction to be 0.25, what would be the hauling capacity of the locomotive?
Q20 | The type of switch generally used for B.G. and M.G. tracks, is
Q21 | For an effective administration, Indian railway system has been divided into
Q22 | If 'A' is the angle formed by two gauge faces, the crossing number will be
Q23 | Heel divergency, the distance between the running faces of stock rail and gauge face of tonguerail, as recommended for Indian B.G. tracks, is
Q24 | Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
Q25 | Tensile strength of steel used in rails should not be less than