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Highway Engineering HE 5th Sem/Civil/May 2016 Diploma Paper

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                                                SECTION-A

Q1. Fill in the Blanks                                                                                           15×1=15

      a) The privilege to use road by the traffic is termed as ____________
b) The convexity provide to road surface in highway engineering is termed as ________________
c) A concise statement containing detailed information about road project _______________
d) The aqueous solution of finely divided bitumen in water ________________
e) The method of injecting suitable stabilizer in liquid state into hard soils is called _______________
f) The upword movement of road pavement due to frost action in sub soil water is ______________
g) Culvert is small road bridge having maximum span _______________
h) _____________ are generally constructed of earth in our country.
i) The most powerful and versatile highway machinery used for excavation is _______________
j) I.C.A.O was established in the year _______________

                                      SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any SIX questions.                                                                    6X5=30

      a) Define stopping and passing sight distance with the help of sketches.
b) Define road maintenance and its necessity and common causes of failure in road pavement?
c) Difference between (1) Wheel type tractor and crawler type tractor. (2) Shovel and dragline.
d) Write short not on (1) Super Elevation (2) Rulling Gradient.
e) Define Soil erosion. What are the important methods to control soil erosion?
f) What are the different component layers of a flexible pavement? Explain the function of each.
g) Give the advantages & disadvantages of Flexible & Rigid pavement.
h) Write short not (1) camber (2) Kerb (3) Carriage Way

                                     SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                                                       3×10=30

  Q.3 Differentiate between the
       I. Tack coat and Prime coat.
      II. Borrow pits and Spoil bank (with sketch)
     III. Stabilized and Non stabilized Sub base.
(a) what is necessity of studying air port engineering in India?
(b) Write Short not (i) Runway (ii) Taxiway (iii) Apron
(a) what are ‘Binder ‘? What is the function of binder in road making?
(b) What is the difference between Tar and Bitumen?
Define gradient. What are the different types of gradient provided on Indian Highway?

Highway Engineer ing HE 5th Sem/Civil /May 2019 Diploma  PSBTE Paper

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Section a Highway Engineering HE 5th Sem/Civil/May 2019 Paper

____________ publishes journals, research publications and standard specifications.

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b) The convexity provide to road surface in highway engineering is termed as ________________
c) A concise statement containing detailed information about road project _______________
d) The aqueous solution of finely divided bitumen in water ________________
e) The method of injecting suitable stabilizer in liquid state into hard soils is called _______________
f) The upword movement of road pavement due to frost action in sub soil water is ______________
g) Culvert is small road bridge having maximum span _______________
h) _____________ are generally constructed of earth in our country.
i) The most powerful and versatile highway machinery used for excavation is _______________
j) I.C.A.O was established in the year _______________

Carriage way and shoulders combined together is known as ____________ To prevent abrupt change in grade at apex _________ Curves are provided. MOST signifies __________________ The solution of bitumen in solvent is called  ______________ __________ Pavements cab is laid directly over sub grade. Cement stabilization reduces _______________ Characteristics of clayey soil. Compaction of the concrete pavement is done by _____________________  Turfing is employed to prevent  _________________ A salient curve is ______________ Curve. Rigid pavement can be laid directly over sub grade.T/F Culvert is larger in proportion to a bridge.T/F IRC recommends ruling gradient 0f 1 in 20 for hilly area.T/F Topographic maps are prepared by survey of India.T/F Taxiways are used for housing aircrafts.T/F
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Section B :Highway Engineering HE 5th Sem/Civil/May 2019 Paper

Explain the softening point test of bitumen. Write its significance.

a) Define stopping and passing sight distance with the help of sketches.
b) Define road maintenance and its necessity and common causes of failure in road pavement?
c) Difference between (1) Wheel type tractor and crawler type tractor. (2) Shovel and dragline.
d) Write short not on (1) Super Elevation (2) Rulling Gradient.
e) Define Soil erosion. What are the important methods to control soil erosion?
f) What are the different component layers of a flexible pavement? Explain the function of each.
g) Give the advantages & disadvantages of Flexible & Rigid pavement.
h) Write short not (1) camber (2) Kerb (3) Carriage Way

Write a short note on taxiway.

Short note on taxiway.

What do you mean by gradient? Explain the various types of gradient.

Gradient and various types of gradient.

Give the functions of IRC.

Functions of IRC.

Compare bitumen and tar.

Compare bitumen and tar.

Explain the CBR test for soil.

CBR test for soil.

 What are the causes of landslides?

Causes of landslides

Explain terms borrow pits and spoil banks.

Borrow pits and spoil banks.

What do you mean by road pavement and explain its types.

Road pavement and its types.

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Section c :-Highway Engineering HE 5th Sem/Civil/May 2019 Diploma  PSBTE Paper

Explain the factors controlling the alignment of road in plain area.

Q.3Differentiate between the
I. Tack coat and Prime coat.
II. Borrow pits and Spoil bank (with sketch)
III. Stabilized and Non stabilized Sub base.
(a) what is necessity of studying air port engineering in India?
(b) Write Short not (i) Runway (ii) Taxiway (iii) Apron
(a) what are ‘Binder ‘? What is the function of binder in road making?
(b) What is the difference between Tar and Bitumen?
Define gradient. What are the different types of gradient provided on Indian Highway?

Write the notes on following terms a) Right of way b) Camber c) Overtaking sight distance d) Cutback e) Formation width

Short notes on a) Right of way 

Write the notes on b) Camber

Short notes on b) Camber 

Write the notes on c) Overtaking sight

Short Note c) Overtaking sight distance 

Write the notes on d) Cutback

Short Note d) Cutback 

Write the notes on e) Formation width.

Short Note e) Formation width.

Explain the different joints provided in rigid pavements.

Different joints provided in rigid pavements.

Define soil erosion and explain the methods to control soil erosion.

Soil erosion and  methods to control soil erosion.

What is soil stabilization? What are the different methods of soil stabilization?

Soil stabilization and different methods of soil stabilization

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