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 Department of Civil Engineering Surveying 2 Note: Please enable javascript to view the correct answers.Preperation Over ! Give free Online Examination Question 1 : The deflection angle for any chord is equal to the deflection angle for the preceeding chord minus the tangential angle for that chord Option-1 :yes Option-2 :no Question 2 : A simple circular curve is designated by the Option-1 : radius of the curve Option-2 :curvature of the curve Option-3 :angle subtended at the centre by a chord of any length Option-4 :angle subtended at the centre by a chord of particular length Question 3 : The degree of the curve is the angle subtended by a chord of .....length Option-1 :15 m Option-2 :20 m Option-3 :25 m Option-4 :30 m Question 4 : When R is the radius of the curve(in metres),D is the degree of curve (in degrees) and length of the chord is 30 m,then the relation between R and D is Option-1 :R=1520/D Option-2 :R=1720/D Option-3 :R=4500/D Option-4 :R=5400/D Question 5 : The angle between the back tangent and forward tangent of a curve is known as Option-1 :deflection angle Option-2 :central angle Option-3 :angle of intersection Option-4 :either(a)or(c) Question 6 : The angle by which the forward tangent deflects from the back tangent of acurve is called Option-1 :deflection angle Option-2 :central angle Option-3 :angle of intersection Option-4 :either(a)or(c) Question 7 : The length of peg interval for flat curves is Option-1 :15 m Option-2 :20 m Option-3 :25 m Option-4 :30 m Question 8 : When the length of a chord is less the peg interval,it is known as Option-1 :small chord Option-2 :short chord Option-3 :sub-chord Option-4 :normal chord Question 9 : A reverse curve consists of Option-1 :a single curve of a circle connecting two straights Option-2 :two arcs of different radii bending in the same direction Option-3 :two arcs of equal radii bending in the same direction Option-4 :two arcs of equal or different radii bending in the opposite directions Question 10 : A compound curve consists of two arcs of equal radii bending in the same direction Option-1 :Right Option-2 :Wrong |<   1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19     20     21     22   >|

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