Msbte Highway Engineering Objective Questions Pdf

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Hello Diploma Students in this article we have provided Highway Engineering Objective Questions With Answers pdf. In this Highway Engineering Mcq Question Paper We have Selected 35 Important Questions from Previous Year Papers and Made A possible Set pf Questions which can Help Students in Preparation for Their Exams.

This Mcq on Highway Engineering Pdf Is Ideal for Candidates who are in 2nd Year of Diploma in Civil Engineering By Referring this Highway Engineering Notes Diploma in Civil Engineering Students Can Practice for their Upcoming Exams. We Have Also Provided Msbte Highway Engineering Mcq Questions and Answers pdf Link at the end of the Quiz You can Download it for Future Refrence.

Msbte Diploma Mcq on Highway Engineering

1) Requirements of Soil in highway construction 
(A) It should be clean and coarse
(B) It should be free from any organic or vegetable matter
(C) There should be adequate affinity and adhesion between the bitumen and aggregates used in the mix.
(D) Both (a) & (b)

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2) Requirements of Cement in highway construction 
(A) Cement should give smooth feeling when rubbed between two fingers
(B) Cement should give a cool feeling when hand is thrusted into the cement bag
(C) The color of the cement should be greenish grey
(D) There should not be presence of lumps
(E) All of the above

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3) Requirements of Concrete in highway construction 
(A) It should be chemically inert.
(B) It should be dense and compact
(C) It should contain sharp, angular, coarse and durable grains.
(D) It should be clean and coarse

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4) Requirements of Sand in highway construction 
(A) It should not contain salts which attract moisture from the atmosphere.
(B) It should have minimum shrinkage.
(C) It should be resistant to fire.
(D) It should have enough compressive strength.

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5) State the necessity of Good drainage
(A) It is also required to carry sub surface water away from sub layers in heavy rainfall regions
(B) It is beneficial to minimize landslides and related undesirable effects.
(C) It also results in a good durable road with lesser maintenance as well.
(D) It increases load carrying capacity due to dry condition and maintained density of sub layers
(E) All of the above

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6) Classification of highway maintenance
(A) Routine repairs
(B) Periodic repairs
(C) Special repairs
(D) All of the above
(E) None of the above

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7) List factors affecting passenger car units.
(A) It depends upon the factors like environmental and climatic conditions.
(B) It depends upon the factors like dimensions, power, speed, acceleration and braking characteristics.
(C) It depends upon the factors like regulations and control of traffic.
(D) It depends upon the factors like different vehicle classes.
(E) All of the above

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8) merits of bitumen road
(A) Bitumen roads are less durable.
(B) Failure of Bitumen road is gradual.
(C) Maintenance cost is more than cement concrete road.
(D) They have less tensile strength.

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9) demerits of bitumen road
(A) Curing time is less.
(B) Overall life cycle cost of bitumen road is less.
(C) They develop hydrocarbon pollution to soil
(D) The quick repair of the road is possible.

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10) Causes of Road Accidents
(A) Due to Drivers
(B) Due to Pedestrians
(C) Due to Vehicle defects
(D) Due to Road Condition
(E) All of the above

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11)  The sign represents
(a) Left turn Prohibited
(b) Overtaking prohibited through the right side
(c) Turn left

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12) The sign represents 
(a) Drive the vehicle not exceeding 50 km/hr
(b) drive the vehicle exceeding 50km/hr.
(c) Drive the vehicle at 50 km/hr

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13) Traffic Density is the number of vehicles occupying a unit length of lane of roadway at a given instant usually expressed as vehicles per km
(A) True
(B) False

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14) In Alignment of hill roads Proper care has to be taken for drainage
(A) True
(B) False

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15) The rate of rise and fall along the width of road w.r.t. The vertical surface is called Gradient.
(A) True
(B) False

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16) The curve in a hill road which changes its direction through an angle of 180o or so, down the hill on the same side is known as the hair pin bend curve.
(A) True
(B) False

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17) The boundaries between the pavement and shoulders and footpaths are known as right of way
(A) True
(B) False

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18) The convexity provided to the surface of the carriageway is called as camber
(A) True
(B) False

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19) The portion of the roadway between the outer edge of the pavement and inner edge of the side drain in cutting is called shoulder.
(A) True
(B) False

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20) The curves having their convexity on the outer edges of a hill road are called salient curves
(A) True
(B) False

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