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# Civil Engineering | Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

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## Formation pressure for locos and wagons are respectively?

3.0kg per sq (Cm) and 3.5 kg per Sq (Cm)
3.0kg per sq (mm) and 3.5 kg per Sq (mm)
3.5kg per sq (Cm) and 3.0 kg per Sq (Cm)
3.5kg per sq (mm) and 3.0 kg per Sq (mm)
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:50:43 | gknowledge
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## The Permissible bolt hole Stresses in rail should be equal to ?

21.6 kg per sq(mm)
30 kg per sq(mm)
27 kg per sq(mm)
36 kg per sq(mm)
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:48:06 | gknowledge
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## The Permissible Fish Plate Stresses in rail should be equal to ?

21.6 kg per sq(mm)
30 kg per sq(mm)
27 kg per sq(mm)
36 kg per sq(mm)
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:47:25 | gknowledge
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## The Permissible Contact Stress between rail and wheel should be equal to ?

21.6 kg per sq(mm)
30 kg per sq(mm)
27 kg per sq(mm)
36 kg per sq(mm)
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:46:42 | gknowledge
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## The Permissible Bending Stress in rail should be equal to ?

21.6 kg per sq(mm)
30 kg per sq(mm)
27 kg per sq(mm)
36 kg per sq(mm)
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:45:40 | gknowledge
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## The Length of Rails used on Meter Guage is?

15m
14m
13m
12m
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:38:28 | gknowledge
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## The Length of Rails used on MG is?

15m
14m
13m
12m
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:37:48 | gknowledge
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## The length of Rails used on BG is ?

12m
11m
14m
13m
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:36:30 | gknowledge
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## Density of Sleeper is depend upon which factors?

Axle Load and speed of train
Type and section of rail
Depth of Ballast cushion
All of Above
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:34:46 | gknowledge
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## What is sleeper density?

no of sleepers per rail length
no of sleepers per km
no of sleepers x rail lenght
no of sleepers x total distance between sleeper
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 12/02/2019 12:31:31 | gknowledge
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