Indian Railway Departmental Mock Test - Set 12 - ObjectiveBooks

Indian Railway Departmental Mock Test - Set 12

RRB Practice Test: Question Set - 12

1. The track capacity can be increased by:
    (A) Faster movement of trains on the track
    (B) By using more powerful engines
    (C) All the above
    (D) None of the above

2. The maximum rising gradient which is provided keeping the power of locomotive in view, is called
    (A) Momentum gradient
    (B) Pusher gradient
    (C) Down gradient
    (D) Ruling gradient

3. The maximum gradient for broad gauge in station yards in Indian Railways is:
    (A) 1 in 100
    (B) 1 in 1000
    (C) 1 in 200
    (D) 1 in 400

4. The wheels are coned to prevent from rubbing the inside face of the rail head and to prevent lateral movement of the axle with its wheels. The slope of cone is:
    (A) 1 in 5
    (B) 1 in 20
    (C) 1 in 10
    (D) 1 in 15

5. The fixed rail in a railway track against which the tongue rail fits s known as:
    (A) Wing rail
    (B) Stock rail
    (C) Lead rail
    (D) Point rail

6. The yard where trains and other loads are received, sorted out, trains formed and dispatched onwards are known as:
    (A) Locomotive yard
    (B) Goods yard
    (C) Marshalling yard
    (D) Station yard

7. The granular material spread on the formation of a railway track for the sleepers to rest upon is known as:
    (A) Anchors
    (B) Ballast
    (C) Sub-grade
    (D) Chairs

8. Thermal efficiency of a diesel engine may be expected to be in the range of:
    (A) 50-65 %
    (B) 25-35 %
    (C) 15-20 %
    (D) 10-15 %

9. The rails which help in channelizing the wheels in their proper routes are known as:
    (A) Guard rails
    (B) Wing rails
    (C) Check rails
    (D) Lead rails

10. Bone shaped section of fish plate is commonly used for connecting:
    (A) Double headed rails
    (B) Flat footed rails 
    (C) Bull headed rails
    (D) All above are correct

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