Railway Engineering Set 6

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 6

Q1 | The angle between the gauge faces of the stock rail and tongue rail, is called
Q2 | In permanent way, ballast
Q3 | Which of the following devices is used to transfer the wagons or locomotives to and from paralleltracks without any necessity of shunting?
Q4 | If absolute levels of rails at the consecutive axles A, B, and C separated by 1.8 metres are 100.505m, 100.530 m, and 100.525 m respectively, the unevenness of rails, is
Q5 | Spacing of sleepers
Q6 | Distance between the inner rail and check rail provided on sharp curve, is
Q7 | 30 m long rails are used in
Q8 | The load on each axle of a locomotive is 22 tonnes. If the coefficient of friction is 0.2, then thehauling capacity due to 3 pairs of driving wheels will be
Q9 | Overall depth of a dog spike, is
Q10 | To prevent creep in rails, the steel sleepers are fixed with rails by clips, bolts and
Q11 | 52 kg rails are mostly used in
Q12 | Safe speed (V) on a curve of radius 970 metres provided with two transition curves on BoardGauge track, is
Q13 | Widening of gauge is provided if degree of the curve, is
Q14 | The height of the rail for 52 kg rail section is
Q15 | The life of a wooden sleeper depends upon
Q16 | Anti-creep anchors are fixed to rails by
Q17 | Composite sleeper index determines
Q18 | Loose jaws of steel trough sleepers are made of
Q19 | Regional Indian railways use different types of sleepers according to their
Q20 | In Indian railways, the ratio of axle load and weight of rail, is
Q21 | Maximum value of 'throw of switch' for Broad Gauge track is
Q22 | Top surface of steel sleepers, is
Q23 | Metal sleepers are superior to wooden sleepers with respect to