Highway Engineering Mcqs

This set of Civil Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “ Highway Engineering ”. These Mcqs are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Civil Engineering. Our aim is to prepare an individual for competitive exams like NTS, GAT, ECAT, University and College entrance exams, Jobs and interviews. One should practice our MCQS to assimilate Highway Engineering comprehensively.

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1.
Compared to a level surface, on a descending gradient the stopping sight distance is_______________?

Less

More

Same

Dependent on the speed

2.
The desirable length of overtaking zone as per IRC recommendation is equal to________________?

Overtaking sight distance

Two times the overtaking sight distance

Three times the overtaking sight distance

Five times the overtaking sight distance

3.
Select the correct statement______________?

Nagpur road plan formula take into account the towns with very large population

Nagpur road plan has a target road length of 32 km per 100 square km

Second 20-year plan has provided 1600 km of expressways out of the proposed National highway

Second 20-year plan allowed deduction of length of railway track in the area while calculating the length of roads

4.
Reaction time of a driver_______________?

Increases with increase in speed

Decreases with increase in speed

Is same for all speeds

None of the above

5.
If the stopping distance is 60 meters, then the minimum stopping sight distance for two lane, two way traffic is_________________?

30m

60m

120m

180m

6.
If b is the wheel track of a vehicle and h is the height of centre of gravity above road surface, then to avoid overturning and lateral skidding on a horizontal curve, the centrifugal ratio should always be________________?

Less than b/2h and greater than co-efficient of lateral friction

Less than b/2h and also less than co-efficient of lateral friction

Greater than b/2h and less than co-efficient of lateral friction

Greater than b/2h and also greater than coefficient of lateral friction

7.
The ruling design speed on a National Highway in plain terrain as per IRC recommendations is_____________?

60 kmph

80 kmph

100 kmph

120 kmph

8.
The effect of grade on safe overtaking sight distance is_______________?

To increase it on descending grades and to decrease it on ascending grades

To decrease it on descending grades and to increase it on ascending grades

To increase it on both descending and ascending grades

To decrease it on both descending and ascending grades

9.
Stopping sight distance is always_______________?

Less than overtaking sight distance

Equal to overtaking sight distance

More than overtaking sight distance

None of the above

10.
The terrain may be classified as rolling terrain if the cross slope of land is______________?

Upto 10%

Between 10% and 25%

Between 25% and 60%

More than 60%

11.
For the design of super elevation for mixed traffic conditions, the speed is reduced by_____________?

15%

20%

25%

75%

12.
For a constant value of coefficient of lateral friction, the value of required super-elevation increases with_______________?

Increase in both speed and radius of curve

Decrease in both speed and radius of curve

Increase in speed and with decrease in radius of curve

Decrease in speed and with increase in radius of curve

13.
As per IRC recommendations, the maximum limit of super elevation for mixed traffic in plain terrain is_______________?

1 in 15

1 in 12.5

1 in 10

Equal to camber

14.
On a horizontal curve if the pavement is kept horizontal across the alignment, then the pressure on the outer wheels will be_________________?

More than the pressure on inner wheels

Less than the pressure on inner wheels

Equal to the pressure on inner wheels

15.
The attainment of super elevation by rotation of pavement about the inner edge of the pavement_______________?

Is preferable in steep terrain

Results in balancing the earthwork

Avoids the drainage problem in flat terrain

Does not change the vertical alignment of road

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