Railway Department Exam Paper - Set 04

RRB Practice Test: Question Set - 04


1. When a rail loses its weight by 5%, it should be renewed and the old one can be used on unimportant tracks, but the rails which have lost their weight by more than ________, should not be used on any track under any circumstances.
    (A) 8 %
    (B) 33.3 %
    (C) 10 %
    (D) 20 %

2. Arm type fixed signals, fitted on a vertical post fixed at the side of a track, are called:
    (A) Warner signals
    (B) Starter signals
    (C) Semaphore signals
    (D) Cab signals

3. Yellow light-hand signal indicates
    (A) Stop
    (B) Proceed
    (C) Proceed cautiously
    (D) None of the above

4. A dynamometer car is used for:
    (A) Tourists
    (B) Dinning facilities
    (C) Inspection of administrative officers
    (D) Recording the condition of track

5. Consider the following statements about concrete sleepers.
    1. They improve the track modulus.
    2. They have good scrap value.
    3. They render transportation easy.
    4. They maintain the gauge quite satisfactorily. Of these statements
    (A) 1 and 2 are correct
    (B) 2 and 3 are correct
    (C) 3 and 4 are correct
    (D) 1 and 4 are correct

6. The gradual or tapered widening of the flange-way which is formed by bending and splaying the end of check rail or wing rail away from the gauge line is known as:
    (A) Flare
    (B) Toe
    (C) Heel
    (D) Loop

7. The rails are welded by:
    (A) Thermit welding
    (B) Gas welding
    (C) Arc welding
    (D) MIG welding

8. The length of a wooden sleeper for broad gauge track is:
    (A) 1.83 m
    (B) 1.52 m
    (C) 2.74 m
    (D) 1.676 m

9. The measure of stiffness of track required to produce a unit depression in the track is known as:
    (A) Tractive force
    (B) Load capacity
    (C) Gauge
    (D) Track modulus

10. Number of keys used in CST-9 sleeper is
    (A) 2
    (B) 3
    (C) 4
    (D) None of the above

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