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28001. Minimum length of a transition curve required for





28002. A triangle used for turning the face of locomotives, consists of





28003. Monnier, the inventor of R.C.C., suggested the introduction of reinforced cement concert sleepers for the railways in






28004. If D is the distance between the parallel sidings and α is the angle of crossing, the distance between the noses of crossing measured parallel to the gathering line, is





28005. Regional Indian railways use different types of sleepers according to their






28006. Minimum composite sleeper index for wooden sleepers used in cross-overs, is






28007. The spike commonly used to fix rails to wooden sleepers in Indian railways, is





28008. In Indian railways, plate laying is usually done by





28009. Stock rails are





28010. The grade compensation on B.G. tracks on Indian Railways, is






28011. Maximum cant deficiency prescribed on Indian Board Gauge Railways, is






28012. Gauge of a permanent way, is






28013. On Indian Railways standard length of rails for M.G. track, is





28014. For calculating the length of curve lead (C.L.), the correct formula is





28015. The standard dimensions of a wooden sleeper for M.G. railway track are






28016. The standard width of ballast for B.G.track in Indian Railways, is kept






28017. The angle between the gauge faces of the stock rail and tongue rail, is called





28018. Top surface of steel sleepers, is





28019. Wheels of a rolling stock are provided flanges on





28020. The arrangement of rails which permit trains to cross another track and also to divert to the other track, is called





28021. To achieve best performance, the type of switch preferred to, is






28022. Degree of a railway curve is defined as number of degrees subtended at the centre of a curve by an arc of






28023. Pot sleepers are used if degree of the curve does not exceed






28024. For even distribution of load through ballast, load dispersal is assumed as





28025. The side of a rail diamond may be obtained by dividing the gauge of track by





28026. The main advantage of a cement concrete sleeper, is :






28027. Rail tops of a track are placed






28028. The gradient on which an additonal engine is required to negotiate the gradient, is called





28029. The hydraulic gradient line is:





28030. If D is the distance between the parallel sidings and β is the limiting angle of crossings, the distance between the noses of crossing measured parallel to the main track, is





28031. To avoid the damage of nose of crossing, the wing rails are ramped so that nose of crossing remains at a lower level by





28032. Smitch diamond is provided if the angle of diamond is less than





28033. The distance between theoretical nose of crossing and actual nose of crossing for practical purposes, is





28034. The main advantage of a long rail over short one, is






28035. Widening of gauge is provided if degree of the curve, is





28036. Continuity of electric current across welded rail joints, is maintained by





28037. Sand may be used as ballast for





28038. Cast iron sleeper, is






28039. On Indian Railways, angle of crossing between gauge faces of Vee, is generally calculated by





28040. For an effective administration, Indian railway system has been divided into






28041. In a railway track, permissible gauge with tolerance under loaded condition, is






28042. A turn-in-curve is defined as





28043. Advantage of automatic signalling, is:





28044. Track construction involves preparation of





28045. In permanent way, ballast





28046. The lengths of the standard crossings in India for Broad gauge and Metre gauge tracks is same for





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