# Railway Engineering Set 8

This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 8

Q1 | An extra 7.5 cm ballast width is not provided on outer side on a curve, if its degree is
Q2 | Standard size of wooden sleeper for Broad Gauge track is
Q3 | By interchanging gibs and cotters of a pot sleeper, gauge may be slackened by
Q4 | The main function of sleepers, is
Q5 | The limiting value of cant gradient for all gauges is
Q6 | The spike commonly used to fix rails to wooden sleepers in Indian railways, is
Q7 | Track construction involves preparation of
Q8 | According to Indian Railway Board, no diamond crossing should be flatter than
Q9 | Smith diamond is provided if the angle of diamond is less than
Q10 | 60 R rails are mostly used in
Q11 | A welded rail joint is generally
Q12 | If the standard length of a crossing is 480 cm, the number of crossing is
Q13 | Width of ballast section for Broad Gauge is
Q14 | Minimum length of a transition curve required for
Q15 | For points and crossings, maximum size of ballast, is
Q16 | Which of the following methods of designation of crossing is mostly used in India?
Q17 | For calculating the length of curve lead (C.L.), the correct formula is
Q18 | In a railway track, permissible gauge with tolerance under loaded condition, is
Q19 | Yellow light-hand signal indicates
Q20 | The first Indian railway was laid in
Q21 | Sand may be used as ballast for
Q22 | What will be the curve lead for a 1 in 8.5 turnout taking off from a straight broad gauge track?
Q23 | A scissors cross-over consists of
Q24 | The effective bearing area of all types of sleepers, is
Q25 | The cross-sectional area of 52 kg flat footed rail is