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QUESTION: 2

The minimum value of camber provided for thin bituminous surface hill roads, is

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Thin bituminous surface 1÷40 = 0.025.
0.025 convert to %.
So 0.025*100 = 2.5%.

QUESTION: 3

The minimum value of camber provided for thin bituminous surface hill roads, is

Solution:

Thin bituminous surface 1÷40 = 0.025.
0.025 convert to %.
So 0.025*100 = 2.5%.

QUESTION: 4

For highways width of formation in plain area is

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QUESTION: 5

Width of formation for village roads in mountainous areas is

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QUESTION: 6

Minimum right of way required for a village road in open area is

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QUESTION: 7

Recommended right of way for highways in open areas is

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QUESTION: 8

In plains, exceptional gradient is limited to

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QUESTION: 9

In steep terrain ruling gradient is limited to

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QUESTION: 10

In geometric design of roads height of sight distance of a driven is taken as above road surface

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QUESTION: 11

For finding stopping distance of a vehicle, the height of line of sight of driver and height of line of obstacle on road are taken as_____respectively.

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QUESTION: 12

The stopping sight distance in metres for Indian highways for upward slope i is

where v = speed in kmph
t = time of perception and response
f= coefficient of friction

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QUESTION: 13

The main objective of transportation is?

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The main objective of a good transportation system is to provide safe economical, efficient transportation for the facility of passengers and the transport of goods.

QUESTION: 14

If speed of vehicle is about 100 kmph IRC recommended value of coefficient of friction is

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QUESTION: 15

To overtake a vehicle going at 40 kmph on two lane highway OSD is

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QUESTION: 16

To overtake a vehicle going at 80 kmph on a two-lane highway overtaking sight distance is

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QUESTION: 17

Sight distance at intersection should be equal to

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QUESTION: 18

Sight distance at intersection should be at least along the minor road.

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QUESTION: 19

If design speed of a main road is 100 kmph, the sight distance at intersection should be at least

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QUESTION: 20

The length of vehicle controls the design of

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QUESTION: 21

If the cross slope of terrain is 15, it is classified as

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Explanation:
upto 10% : plain
between 10% and 25%: Rolling between 25% and 60% : mountaineous more than 60% : Steep.

QUESTION: 22

If the cross slope of a terrain in 35% it is classified as

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QUESTION: 23

When a vehicle weighing W traces a horizontal curve of radius R with uniform velocity v it is
subjected to a centrifugal force

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QUESTION: 24

When a vehicle traces a horizontal curve, it is subjected to centrifugal force in direction.

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QUESTION: 25

A vehicle weighs 50 kN when empty. Its minimum velocity for skidding on a curve is v. If it is weighing 100 kN so that centroid remains at the same height when loaded, it; minimum velocity for skidding on a curve is

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