Railway Engineering Set 9

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This set of Railway Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Railway Engineering Set 9

Q1 | Steel sleepers are
Q2 | Number of dog spikes normally used per rail seat on curved track is
Q3 | If sleeper density is M + 7 for 13 m rails, the minimum depth of ballast under wooden sleepers (25cm × 13 cm), is
Q4 | Minimum composite sleeper index for wooden sleepers used over bridge girders, is
Q5 | The shape of transition curve used by Indian Railways is
Q6 | Gauge of a permanent way, is
Q7 | If w is width of sleepers, s is sleeper spacing and d is depth of ballast then
Q8 | The standard width of ballast for B.G. Track in Indian Railways, is kept
Q9 | In India, metre gauge permanent way was adopted in
Q10 | Which one of the following rail failures is caused by loose fish bolts at expansion joints?
Q11 | Best wood for wooden sleepers is
Q12 | Bull headed rails are generally provided on
Q13 | The type of bearing plate used in all joints and on curves to give better bearing area to the rails is
Q14 | For holding a rail in position, no chairs are used for
Q15 | Cast iron sleeper, is
Q16 | Gauge is the distance between
Q17 | Pick up the correct statement from the following:
Q18 | Rail section is generally designated by its
Q19 | At points and crossings, the total number of sleepers for 1 in 12 turnouts in Broad Gauge is
Q20 | The quantity of stone ballast required per metre tangent length, is
Q21 | Weight and cross section of the rails are decided on
Q22 | Number of switches provided on a Gaunt-letted track is
Q23 | If S is cant deficiency in centimetres and V is maximum permissible speed in kmph, the maximumlength of transition curves, is
Q24 | A train is hauled by 4-8-2 locomotive. The number of driving wheels in this locomotive is