Q1. The rails get out of their original positions due to insufficient expansion gap. This phenomenon is known
Q2. On B.G. tracks the distance of outer signal from station limit is kept
Q3. 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 main track, is
Q4. On Broad Gauge main lines with maximum traffic loads, the rail section preferred to, is
Q5. Bending of rail ends due to loose packing under a joint and loose fish Bolts, is known
Q6. If the stock rails are B.H. rails, the type of switch generally provided, is
Q7. In a diamond crossing, number of noses are
Q8. Minimum composite sleeper index for wooden sleepers used over bridge girders, is
Q9. If D is the distance between parallel tracks G is the gauge and α is angle of crossings, the distance between theoretical noses of two crossings measured parallel to tracks, is
Q10. In Indian railways, the ratio of axle load and weight of rail, is

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