RRB Junior Engineer JE Civil Model Question Paper PDF Download Sample Papers

Railway Recruitment Board give notification about the various recruitment in which Junior Engineer is one of them. While preparing about the examination most of the candidate get confused how & what to prepare. We are providing you RRB Junior Engineer Civil Sample Question Papers, so that after you complete your preparation just give a test to yourself from these RRB JE Civil Model Question Papers. If you have any problem or any kind of need can comment in the section given below, try to respond you as soon as possible. As you all know by now that Railway Recruitment Exams are not that much easy, in order to pass them you need a make a time table.

Question1. Time and progress chart of a construction is also known as

  1. Bar chart
  2. Gantt chart
  3. Modified milestone chart
  4. Any of the above

Question2. Low turbidity of water is detected by

  1. Turbidity tube
  2. Jackson turbid meter
  3. Baylis turbid meter
  4. Hellipe turbid meter

Question3. What is the pH value for neutral water?

  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
  • 14

Question4. Two steel parts at right angles are weided with fillet weld of 10 mm size. The throat thickness of the fillet weld should be?

  1. 7mm
  2. 10 mm
  3. 12 mm
  4. 5 mm

Question5. In a moment resisting connection, the moment carrying capacity is provided by

  1. Tension in rivets
  2. Compression in rivets
  3. Shear in rivets
  4. Bearing strength in rivets

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Question6. A good brick when immersed in water bath for hours, should not observe more than

  1. 20% of its saturated weight
  2. 30% of its dry weight
  3. 10% of its saturated weight
  4. 15% of its dry weight

Question7. Plaster of Paris can be obtained from the calcinations

  1. Lime stone
  2. gypsum
  3. dolomite
  4. bauxite

Question8. Two equal angles, each being ISA 100 mm × 100 mm of thickness 10 mm, are placed back-to-back and connected to either side of a gusset plate through a single row of 16 mm diameter rivets in double shear. The effective areas of the connected and unconnected legs of each of these angles are 775mm2 and 950 mm2 respectively. If these angles are not tack-riveted, the net effective area of this pair of angles is

  • 3650 mm2
  • 3450 mm2
  • 2899 mm2
  • 3076 mm2

Question9. In a steel plate girder, the web plate is connected to the flange plates by fillet welding. The size of fillet welds is designed to safely resist.

  1. The bending stresses in the flanges
  2. The vertical shear force at the section
  3. The horizontal shear forces between the flanges and the web plate
  4. The forces causing buckling in the web

Question10. Out of the two beams of the same material and same cross-sectional area, one is of circular cross-section and the other is of square cross-section. If each of these is subjected to bending moment of the same magnitude, then

  1. Both Sections Would Be Equally Strong
  2. Both Sections Would Be Equally Economical
  3. Square Section Would Be More Economical Than Circular Section
  4. Square Section Would Be Less Economical Than Circular Section

Question11. The Muller-Breslau principle in structural analysis is used for

  1. Drawing Influence Line Diagram for Any Force Function
  2. Superimposition of Load Effects
  3. Writing Virtual Work Equation
  4. None of The Above

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