Railway General Departmental Competitive Examination (GDCE) for - Set 06

RRB Practice Test: Question Set - 06


1. What will be the curve lead for a 1 in 8.5 turnout taking off from a straight broad gauge track?
    (A) 28.49 m
    (B) 21.04 m
    (C) 14.24 m
    (D) 7.45 m

2. The bottom width of foot in a flat footed rail is:
    (A) 78.6 mm
    (B) 136.5 mm
    (C) 66.7 mm
    (D) 70 mm

3. The sinuous path taken by an engine as against the alignment of the track is known as:
    (A) Rolling motion
    (B) Nosing motion
    (C) Lurching motion
    (D) Vibration

4. In a B.G. railway track, the specified ruling gradient is 1 in 250. The horizontal curve of 3° on a gradient of 1 in 250 will have the permissible gradient of
    (A) 1 in 257
    (B) 1 in 357
    (C) 1 in 457
    (D) 1 in 512

5. The depth of ballast section under sleeper for broad gauge track as per Indian standard should be:
    (A) 250 to 300 mm
    (B) 200 to 250 mm
    (C) 150 to 200 mm
    (D) 150 mm

6. Loose jaws of steel trough sleepers are made of
    (A) Cast steel
    (B) Mild steel
    (C) Cast iron
    (D) Spring steel

7. The chart used for recording the condition of track is known as:
    (A) Rolling chart
    (B) Track chart
    (C) Hallade chart
    (D) Vibro chart

8. As per Indian standard, the recommended width of ballast section at foot level of rails for broad gauge tracks should be:
    (A) 4.38 m
    (B) 3.35 m
    (C) 1.83 m
    (D) 2.25 m

9. The Railways provided underground at a depth of about 18 m or more are called:
    (A) Mono railway
    (B) Underground railway
    (C) Railway
    (D) Tube railway

10. The creep in rails is measured in:
    (A) cm/kg
    (B) cm
    (C) Kg/cm
    (D) kg. cm

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