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FOREWORD Traction Distribution in Railways may basically classified in two parts i.e. Over Head Equipment (OHE) and Power Supply Installations (PSI). Over Head Equipment (OHE) is a new subject for newly recruited technical staff and they are trained by various training institutes in Railways time to time. For improving and judging their knowledge about the various aspects and equipment of OHE, this question bank ha been prepared by CAMTECH. I hope that this question bank shall be useful for TRD OHE maintenance staff and TRD training centers. CAMTECH, Gwalior Date: 01.01.2014  A.R.Tupe Executive Director PREFACE CAMTECH has prepared this Question Bank on OHE which includes the objective type questions with their answers. This question bank covers various technical aspects of OHE, equipment and Infrastructure. This also covers questions on topics like abbreviations & other terms related to 25 kV AC Traction System, Span Length, Tension Length, Wind pressure on OHE, Turn Outs & Crossover etc. It is clarified that this question bank does not supersede any existing provisions laid down by RDSO or Railway Board. The question bank is for guidance only and it is not a statutory document. I am thankful to all field personnel who have helped us in preparing this question bank. Technological up-gradation & learning is a continuous process. Hence feel free to write to us for any addition or modification in this question bank. We shall highly appreciate your contribution in this direction. CAMTECH, Gwalior Date: 27.12.2013  Peeyoosh Gupta Jt. Director Electrical CONTENTSItem No. DescriptionPage No. HYPERLINK \l "page3" Forewordiii HYPERLINK \l "page4" PrefaceivContentsv HYPERLINK \l "page6" Correction Slipvii HYPERLINK \l "page7" 1. HYPERLINK \l "page7" ABBREVIATIONS & ELECTRICAL TERMS RELATED TO OHE01 HYPERLINK \l "page12" 2. HYPERLINK \l "page12" 25 KV AC TRACTION SYSTEM06 HYPERLINK \l "page16" 3. HYPERLINK \l "page16" SPAN LENGTH, TENSION LENGTH10 HYPERLINK \l "page18" 4. HYPERLINK \l "page18" WIND PRESSURE ON CONVENTIONAL OHE & SAG12 HYPERLINK \l "page20" 5. HYPERLINK \l "page20" ENCUMBRANCE, GRADIENT OF THE CONTACT WIRE14 HYPERLINK \l "page22" 6. HYPERLINK \l "page22" HEIGHT OF CONTACT WIRES, LEVEL CROSSING GATE16 HYPERLINK \l "page24" 7. HYPERLINK \l "page24" DROPPERS & OTHER OHE CONDUCTORS18 HYPERLINK \l "page29" 8. HYPERLINK \l "page29" STAGGER23 HYPERLINK \l "page32" 9. HYPERLINK \l "page32" REGULATED/UNREGULATED OHE26 HYPERLINK \l "page34" 10. HYPERLINK \l "page34" DIFFERENT OHE SYSTEMS, PRE SAG AND ELASTICITY OF OHE28 HYPERLINK \l "page38" 11. HYPERLINK \l "page38" OVERLAP AND NEUTRAL SECTION32 HYPERLINK \l "page42" 12. HYPERLINK \l "page42" TURN OUTS & CROSSOVERS36 HYPERLINK \l "page45" 13. HYPERLINK \l "page45" SECTION INSULATOR, 25 KV AC JUMPERS39 HYPERLINK \l "page49" 14. HYPERLINK \l "page49" BRACKET ASSEMBLY43 HYPERLINK \l "page52" 15. HYPERLINK \l "page52" ELECTRICAL CLEARANCES AND LIGHTNING ARRESTOR46 HYPERLINK \l "page54" 16. HYPERLINK \l "page54" BONDING & EARTHING48 HYPERLINK \l "page57" 17. HYPERLINK \l "page57" MAST, FABRICATED MAST AND PORTALS51 HYPERLINK \l "page62" 18. HYPERLINK \l "page62" FOUNDATIONS56 HYPERLINK \l "page65" 19. HYPERLINK \l "page65" IMPLANTATION59  HYPERLINK \l "page66" OHE INSULATORS & CLASSIFICATION OF INSULATIONS AND  HYPERLINK \l "page66" VOLTAGES60 HYPERLINK \l "page70" 21. HYPERLINK \l "page70" Over Dimension Consignment (ODC)64 HYPERLINK \l "page72" 22. HYPERLINK \l "page72" AUTO TENSIONING DEVICE (ATD)66 HYPERLINK \l "page77" 23. HYPERLINK \l "page77" OHE MAINTENANCE71 HYPERLINK \l "page80" 24. HYPERLINK \l "page80" MAINTENANCE BLOCKS & OHE BREAKDOWNS74 HYPERLINK \l "page83" 25. HYPERLINK \l "page83" ELECTRICAL CROSSING OF THE RAILWAY TRACKS77 HYPERLINK \l "page87" 26. HYPERLINK \l "page87" GENERAL, SAFETY RULES FOR OHE AND MEASURING TOOLS81 HYPERLINK \l "page91" ANSWERS85 HYPERLINK \l "page97" REFERENCES91 ISSUE OF CORRECTION SLIP The correction slips to be issued in future for this handbook will be numbered as follows: CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-OHE/1.0/ C.S. # XX date--- Where  XX is the serial number of the concerned correction slip (starting from 01 onwards). CORRECTION SLIPS ISSUED Sr. No.Date of issuePage no. and Item no. modifiedRemarks CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.01 CHAPTER 1 ABBREVIATIONS & ELECTRICAL TERMS RELATED TO OHE 1.1ACTM(a) AC Train Manual(b) AC Traction Manual(c) AC Traffic Manual(d) AC Training Manual1.2GR & SR(a) General Rules & Subsidiary Rules(b) General Rules & Safety Rules(c) Grand Rules & Subsidiary Rules(d) Grand Rules & Safety Rules1.3AFTC(a) Auto Frequency Track Circuit(b) Auto Frequency Track Control(c) Advanced Frequency Track Circuit(d) Audio Frequency Track Circuit1.4CLW(a) Carriage Locomotive Workshop(b) Carriage Locomotive Works(c) Chittarangan Locomotive Workshop(d) Chittarangan Locomotive Works1.5COFMOW(a) Centre For Modernization of Workshop(b) Combination of Frequency Modulation & Output Wattage(c) Council for Modernization of Workshop(d) Central Organization for Motivation of Workers1.6CORE(a) Centre For Rural Electrification(b) Central Organization for Railway Electrification(c) Co-Related(d) Centre of Research & Economy1.7CRIS(a) Central Research Institute of Safety(b) Centre For Railway Information System(c) Central Research Institute of Savings(d) Centre for Railway Instruments & Standard1.8DCW(a) Diesel Component Works(b) Direct Carrier Wagons(c) Diesel Component Workshop(d) Diesel Carriage Workshop1.9DLW(a) Dummy Loco Wagon(b) Directorate for Revenue & Wages(c) Diesel Loco Works(d) Diesel Loco Workshop Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 2 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 1.10PNM(a) Partially Negotiating Machinery(b) Powerful Nations Machinery(c) Popular Negotiating Machinery(d) Permanent Negotiating Machinery1.11PREM(a) Permanent Railways Employees Machinery(b) Permanent Railways Electrification Machinery(c) Permanent Railways Employees Management(d) Participation of Railways Employees in Management1.12RCF(a) Rail Coach Factory(b) Railway Committee for Fund(c) Railway Consumer Federation(d) Railway Committee for Finance1.13RCT(a) Railway Compensation Tribunal(b) Railway Claims Tribunal(c) Research for Curve Tracks(d) Railway Copyright & Trademark1.14RDSO(a) Research Design & Standard Organization(b) Revenue for DirectSupply Order(c) Railway, Design & Standard Organization(d) Research, Design & Specification Organization1.15RITES(a) Railway Institute for Technical & Economical Services(b) Railway India Technical & Economical Services(c) Railway India Trading & Economical Services(d) Railway India Technical & Engineering Services1.16RRB(a) Railway Research Board(b) Railway Recruitment Board(c) Railway Rehabilitation Board(d) Rail & Road Board1.17RSC(a) Railway ScientificCommittee(b) Research For Steel Coaches(c) Railway Staff College(d) Railway Staff Committee1.18SCADA(a) Supervisor Control & Data Acquisition(b) Supervisor Computer & Data Acquisition(c) Supervisor Control & Discipline Act(d) Super Computer & Data AcquisitionDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.03 1.19WAP(a) Wheel Automatic Plant(b) Wheel & Axle Plant(c) Wagon & Axle Plant(d) Workshop Advanced Plan1.20ZRUCC(a) Zonal Railway Users Consultative Committee(b) Zonal Railway United Consultative Committee(c) Zonal Restructure United Consultative Committee(d) Zonal Railway Users Consultative Council1.21ICF(a) Industrial Coach Factory(b) Intermediate Communication Frequency(c) Indian Coach Factory(d) Integral Coach Factory1.22IRCAMTECH(a) Indian Railways Council for Advanced Material Technology(b) Indian Railways Committee for Advanced Material Technology(c) Indian Railways Centre for Advanced Material Technology(d) Indian Railways Centre for Advanced Maintenance Technology1.23IRCON(a) Indian Railway Construction Company Ltd.(b) Indian Railway Committee on Negotiation. Indian Railway Container Company Ltd. Indian Railway Communication On line service 1.24IRFC(a) Indian Railway Finance Committee(b) Indian Railway Finance Council(c) Indian Railway Finance Corporation(d) Indian Railway Foreign Committee1.25IRIATT, Pune (a) Indian Railway Institute for Advanced Track Technology (b) Indian Railway Institute for Advanced Train Technology (c) Indian Railway Institute for Accident Treatment Training (d) Industrial Research in Automobile & Transport Technology 1.26 IRIEEN Indian Railway Institute of Entertainment Engineer Indian Railway Institute of Education Expert Indian Railway Institute of Electrical Expert Indian Railway Institute of Electrical Engineer, Nasik Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 4CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.01.27IRIMEE(a) Indian Railway Institute for Material & Electrical Engineer(b) Indian Railway Institute for Mines & Electrical Engineer(c) Indian Railway Institute for Mechanical & Electrical Engineer(d) Indian Railway Institute for Mechanical Expert Engineer1.28IRISET(a) Indian Railway Institute of Science & Electrical Technology(b) Indian Railway Institute of Signal & Electrical Technology(c) Indian Railway Institute of Signal Engineering & telecommunication(d) Indian Railway Institute of Science, Electrical & Telecommunication1.29IRWO(a) Indian Railway Working Output(b) Indian Railway Wagon Overhauling(c) Indian Railway Welfare Organization(d) Indian Railway Works Office1.30ITMS(a) Inter Train Management System(b) Inner Track Management System(c) Inter Train Modify System(d) Inner Track Maintenance System1.31KRCL(a) Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd.(b) Konkan Railway Computerized Link.(c) Konkan Railway Company Ltd.(d) Konkan Railway Construction Ltd1.32MRVC(a) Modernization for Railway Vehicles & Carriers(b) Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation(c) Mumbai Rail Vikas Committee(d) Mumbai Rail Vikas Construction1.33MR(a) Material Resources(b) Minister of Railway(c) Modernization of Railway(d) Member Railway1.34MOSR(a) Minister of State Railway(b) Minister of Suburban Railway(c) Modernization of State Railway(d) Member Of Supply & Rehabilitation1.35CRB(a) Compensation & Rehabilitation Burro(b) Compensation & Rehabilitation Board(c) Chairman Railway Board(d) Combined Ranks of Bureaucracy1.36BB & CI Railway(a) Bombay Baroda & Central Industry(b) Broad Bombay & Central Industry(c) Bombay Baroda & Central India(d) Bombay Baroda & Centre Industry December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.051.37GIP(a) Great Indian Peninsula(b) Grand Indian Peninsula(c) Group Internal Program(d) Government Internal Policy1.38CRGO(a) Central Railway Goods Office(b) Cold Rolled Grain Oriented(c) Centre for Railway Games Office(d) Copper Rolled Grain Oriented1.39ERBW(a) Electric Resistance But Wet(b) Electric Resistance But Welding(c) Electric Radiation By Waves(d) Electronic Radiation By Waves1.40ETP(a) Essential Track Program(b) Electrical Track Path(c) Effective Training Program(d) Electrolyte Tough Pitch1.41IDMT(a) Inverse Definite Minimum Time(b) Industrial Development Management Training(c) Intermediate Definite Minimum Time(d) Inverse Definite Maximum Time1.42Main line interrupter is denoted by B.M. i.e(a) Bus Main(b) Breaker Main(c) Bus Machine(d) Blocking Main1.43Yard line interrupter is denoted by B.S. i.e.(a) Bus Switch(b) Breaker Switch(c) Breaker Siding(d) Blocking Siding1.44Main line isolator switch is denoted by S.M. i.e.(a) State Main(b) Switch Main(c) Sectioning Main(d) Siding Main1.45Yard line isolator switch is denoted by S.S. i.e(a) Sectioning Switch(b) Switch Main(c) Sectioning Siding(d) Switch Siding1.46Full form of SWR(a) Section Working Rules(b) Station Working Rules(c) Safety Working Rules(d) Safety with remote control Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 6 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 225 KV AC TRACTION SYSTEM2.1A neutral section is provided in OHE between two 25 kV, single phase , 50 Htz. traction sub-stations due to(a) To separate the zones, which fed by the adjacent substation of different phase(b) To increases the current carrying capacity of the OHE(c) To minimise the voltage drop in OHE conductors(d) All of the above2.2Normally, power generation & transmission system of the supply authorities are of(a) Single phase(b) Two phase(c) Three phase(d) Three phase & neutral wire2.325 kV traction system needs the supply of(a) Single phase(b) Two phase(c) Three phase(d) Three phase & neutral wire2.4Normally, power generation & transmission system of the supply authorities are of three phasetype & incoming supply is taken in consecutive 25 kV ac traction sub stations is of differentphase in rotation , due to(a) Balance the traction load on each phase(b) Unbalance the traction load on each phase(c) Obtained maximum power(d) Minimise voltage drop2.5Normally, two adjacent 25 kV AC traction sub stations works as in(a) Parallel(b) Series(c) Independent(d) Cannot say2.6In Indian Railways, what will be the maximum permissible % of unbalance voltageInstantaneously ?(a) 20%(b) 15%(c) 10%(d) 5%2.7In Indian Railways, what will be the maximum permissible % of unbalance voltage for 2minutes ?(a) 1%(b) 2%(c) 3%(d) 5%2.8In Indian Railways , what will be the maximum permissible % of unbalance voltageContinuously ?(a) 1%(b) 2%(c) 3%(d) 5% December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.072.9The distance of OHE section between FP & SSP or SSP & SSP or SSP & SP is called.(a) Feeding length(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.10The distance of OHE section between FP & SP is called(a) Feeding length(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.11The distance of OHE section, for which  a tra ction transformer will feed power in emergentcondition is called(a) Feeding length(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.12The distance of OHE section, for which  a tra ction transformer will feed power in normalcondition is called(a) Feeding length(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.13The shortest section of OHE, which can be isolated through remote control by TPC is called.(a) Elementary section(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.14The shortest section of OHE, which can be isolated manually is called(a) Elementary section(b) Feeding zone(c) Sector(d) Sub sector2.15Interrupters or circuit breakers (CB s) can be operated through(a) Remote control(b) Local control by TSS operator(c) Manually(d) All of the above2.16Isolators can be operated through(a) Remote control(b) Local control by TSS operator(c) Manually(d) All of the above2.17Interrupter is a(a) Non automatic type circuit breakers(b) Automatic type circuit breakers(c) Both  a and  b (d) Neither  a nor  b  2.18 Normally, bridging interrupters at SP are in Close position Open position When traction load increased than closed bridging interrupter When traction load decreased than closed bridging interrupter Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 8 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 2.19 Normally, insulated overlap is employed opposite FP. What precautions should be taken , when adjacent TSS supply is extended upto FP by closing bridging interrupter at SP ? Handed over a caution order to driver for lower the panto before approaching insulated overlap at FP Both side of FP, power supply should be switched -off Both feeder CB should be in open position All of the above 2.20What is the main advantage of CB over interrupter(a) Isolate by remote control(b) Less maintenance(c) Automatic trip the circuit when fault occurred(d) All of the above2.21What will be the OHE impedance for single track without return conductor ?(a) 0.41/ 700 ohm/km(b) 0.43/ 700 ohm/km(c) 0.48/ 700 ohm/km(d) 0.24/ 700 ohm/km2.22What will be the OHE impedance for double track without return conductor ?(a) 0.41/ 700 ohm/km(b) 0.43/ 700 ohm/km(c) 0.48/ 700 ohm/km(d) 0.24/ 700 ohm/km2.23What will be the OHE impedance for single track with return conductor ?(a) 0.41 / 700 ohm/km(b) 0.63 / 700 ohm/km(c) 0.70 / 700 ohm/km(d) 0.43 / 700 ohm/km2.24What will be the OHE impedance for double track with return conductor ?(a) 0.41 / 700 ohm/km(b) 0.63 / 700 ohm/km(c) 0.70 / 700 ohm/km(d) 0.43 / 700 ohm/km2.25What will be the booster transformer impedance ?(a) 0.10 ohm(b) 0.15 ohm(c) 0.24 ohm(d) 0.43 ohm2.26What will be the booster transformer windings ratio between primary & secondary ?(a) 1000:5(b) 1000:3(c) 1:1(d) 5:12.27Contact wire is connected with primary of booster transformer in(a) series(b) parallel(c) both series & parallel(d) Cannot say2.28The distance between two consecutive booster transformer location in 25 kV AC tractionsystem with return conductor is(a) 1 km(b) 1.33 km(c) 2 km(d) 2.66 km December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.092.29In 25 kV AC TSS, the 25 kV transformer CB s are given standard number in a manner of(a) 100, 101, 102, ------etc.(b) 100, 102, 104,----------etc.(c) 101, 103, 105, -------etc.(d) 10, 11, 12, 13, ---------etc.2.30The no. plate of OHE structures for UP line will be such as(a) 75/12, 75/13, 75/14, ------etc.(b) 75/12A, 75/13A, 75/14A, ------etc.(c) 75/13, 75/15, 75/17, ------etc..(d) 75/13A, 75/15A, 75/17A, ------etc..2.31The no. plate of OHE structures for DN line will be such as(a) 75/12, 75/13, 75/14, ------etc.(b) 75/12, 75/14, 75/16, ------etc.(c) 75/13, 75/15, 75/17, ------etc..(d) 75/13A, 75/15A, 75/17A, ------etc..2.32For 70/3 no. plate, numerator shows the km distance from starting station , while denominatorshows the(a) serial no. of mast of 70 km. post of Up line(b) serial no. of mast of 70 km. post of DN line(c) decimal km. distanceof mast of 70 km. post of Up line(d) decimal km. distanceof mast of 70 km. post of DN line 2.33 For 70/14 no. plate, numerator shows the km distance from starting station, while denominator shows the serial no. of mast of 70 km. post of Up line serial no. of mast of 70 km. post of DN line decimal km. distance of mast of 70 km. post of Up line decimal km. distance of mast of 70 km. post of DN line 2.34 The number plate of OHE structures for loops & sidings line will be such as (a) 75/101, 75/102, 75/103, ------etc. (b) 75/100, 75/102, 75/104, ------etc. (c) 75/101, 75/103, 75/105, ------etc. (d) 75/1001, 75/1003, 75/1005, ----etc. Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 10 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 3 SPAN LENGTH, TENSION LENGTH 3.1Distance between two consecutive OHE structures is called(a) Tension length(b) Span length(c)Encumbrance(d) Stagger3.2In AC traction, span length varies in steps of(a) 4.5 meters(b) 9 meters(c)6 meter(d) 18 meters3.3Maximum span length in AC traction on tangent track is(a) 67.5 meter(b) 72 meter(c)63 meter(d)22 meter3.4Standard span length in regulated AC traction is(a) 55 meters(b) 57.5 meter(c)49.5 meter(d)61 meter3.5Standard span length in regulated AC traction is(a) 60 meter(b) 56 meter.(c) 50 meter(d)45 meter3.6Maximum span length in unregulated Tramway OHE is(a) 45 meter(b) 36 meter(c) 30 meter(d)22.5 meter3.7Maximum span length in regulated Tramway OHE is(a) 72 meter(b) 61 meter(c) 67.5 meter(d)63 meter3.8Difference between two consecutive span length should not be more than(a) 25 m.(b) 20 m.(c) 18 m.(d) 16 m.3.9In AC traction , maximum span length in unregulated OHE is(a) 72 m.(b) 67.5 m.(c) 63 m.(d) 61 m.3.10If unequal encumbrance is used between two OHEstructures, maximum span length will be(a) 72 m.(b) 67.5 m.(c) 61 m.(d) 63 m.3.11Determination of maximum span length does not depend upon(a) Blow-off.(b) Versine of track.(c) Encumbrance(d) Gradient.3.12With crossed type OHE equipment with actual crossing of OHE s atfacing turnout , theanchor span shall not be more than(a) 67.5 m.(b) 36 m.(c) 58.5 m.(d) 54 m.3.13On curves , The measurement of span length in odd number of track is measured from(a) Outer rail of the middle track(b) Inner rail of the middle track(c) Outer rail of the first track(d) Inner rail of the last trackDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0113.14On curves , The measurement of span length in even number of track ismeasured from the centre of formation, is measured from(a) Inner rail of the last out side track.(b) Outer rail of the first inside track(c) Inner rail of the first out side track(d) Inner rail of the first inside track3.15Distance between one anchoring end to other anchoring end of OHE s conductors is called(a) Tension length(b) Span length(c) Implantation(d) Encumbrance3.16Maximum tension length in AC traction is(a) 1500 m(b) 1600 m(c ) 1000 m(d) 750 m3.17In AC traction, maximum tension length may be permissible in yard :-(a) 1500 m(b) 1600 m(c) 1800 m(d) 2000 m 3.18 Maximum tension length is restricted upto 1500 m due to Maintain uniform tension in OHE conductors. Neutralize Versine effect Blow-off in conductors within limit. All of the above 3.19 At the end of tension length ,an overlap is formed due to To maintain electrical clearance. To maintain mechanical clearance To maintain mechanical & electrical clearance. To provide smooth passage for pantograph. 3.20 A small tension length is much useful at the time of OHE breakdown or maintenance work due to Mechanical independence of each tension length. To maintain uniform tension in entire tension length. Easy transportation of OHE conductors. All of the above 3.21 Which type of overlap is formed at the end of every tension length Insulated overlap Un-insulated overlap Either Insulated overlap or un-insulated overlap. None of the above. Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 12 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 4 WIND PRESSURE ON CONVENTIONAL OHE & SAG 4.1Maximum wind pressure is considered to design OHE structures for Red zone(a) 180 kgf /sq. m.(b) 160 kgf /sq. m.(c) 150 kgf /sq. m.(d) 110 kgf /sq. m.4.2What will be the % reduction in Wind pressure considered for (less than 30 m height ofbuilding structural )in comparison of the Wind pressure considered for more than 30 m heightof building structural(a) 60 %(b) 50 %(c) 40 %(d) 25 %4.3If OHE structures erected on more than 150 m long bridge , the wind load is consideredaccording to wind pressure zone for OHE structures(a) 25 % more(b) 40 % more(c) 50 % less(d) 25 % less4.4Maximum wind pressure is considered to design OHE structures for Yellow zone(a) 112.5 kgf /sq. m.(b) 125 kgf /sq. m.(c) 109.5 kgf /sq. m.(d) 102 kgf /sq. m.4.5Maximum wind pressure is considered to design OHE structures for Green zone(a) 112.5 kgf /sq. m.(b) 105 kgf /sq. m.(c) 75 kgf /sq. m.(d) 88 kgf /sq. m.4.6Wind pressure for determination of span are based on code of practice for structural safetybuilding loading standards(a) IS-890-1964(b) IS-880-1964(c) IS-875-1964(d) IS-870-19644.7Give the relation between maximum tension in conductors (Tm ), tensile strength (Ts), crosssection area of the conductor(A) & factor of safety (Fs)(a) Tm = Fs . Ts. A(a) Tm = Fs . Ts. /A(c) Tm = Fs . A / Ts(d) Tm = . Ts./ Fs 4.8 What will be the sag (s) in the conductor? Where, L= span length, T= tension in the conductor & w = per meter weight of the conductor (a) s = wL2 /T  (b) s = wL /8T (c) s = wL2 /8T  (d) s = TL2 /8 w 4.9 When span length increased twice than sag in the conductor will be (a) Two times  (b) Four times (c) Remains same  (d) Half times December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0134.10When tension & per meter weight of the conductor increased twice than sag in the conductorwill be(a) Two times(b) Four times(c) Remains same(d) Half times4.11Blow-off is calculated by the formula -----------where, Wc & Wq= wind load per unit length ofcontact & catenary respectively. Tc & Tq = tension in contact & catenary respectively . L=Span length(a) 1.5 (Wc + Wq) L2 / 8 (Tc +Tq)(b) (2 Wc + Wq) L2 / 8 (Tc +Tq)(c) (Wc + Wq) L2 / 8 (Tc +Tq)(d) 1.05 (Wc +Wq) L2 / 8(Tc +Tq)4.12Wind load on conductor is calculated by(a) Projected area of conductor x wind pressure(b) 3/2 ( Projected area of conductor x wind pressure)(c) 2/3 (Projected area of conductor x wind pressure)(d) 1/3 ( Projected area of conductor x wind pressure)4.13When diameter of contact & catenary increases twice, than Blow-off will be(a) 2 times(b) 4 times(c) half times(d) remains same4.14When tension of contact & catenary increases twice than Blow-off will be(a) 2 times(b) 4 times(c) half times(d) remains same4.15When span length increases twice than Blow-off will be(a) 2 times(b) 4 times(c) 8 times(d) 16 times4.16Rise of one side rail of same track to counteract centrifugal force , which developed during themotion of body on a curved track, is called(a) blow-off(b) versine(c) super elevation(d) gradient of track4.17Maximum deflection of mast at contact wire level due to wind pressure, is allowed(a) 80 mm.(b) 70 mm.(c) 60 mm.(d) 40 mm.4.18Maximum deflection of mast at top dueto load is allowed(a) 80 mm.(b) 70 mm.(c) 60 mm.(d) 40 mm. Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 14 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 5 ENCUMBRANCE, GRADIENT OF THE CONTACT WIRE 5.1Axial distance between catenary & contact wire at the OHE support, in vertical plane is called(a) Implantation(b) Gradient of OHE(c) Encumbrance(d) Stagger5.2In AC traction, normal encumbrance at support is(a ) 1.9 m(b) 1.4 m(c ) 0 .9 m(d) 2.0 m5.3Normal encumbrance in dc is more than ac traction, why?(a) Heavy weight of dc catenary(b) Heavy current in dc(c) More stagger in dc(d) Less height of dc catenary5.4In AC traction, the axial distance between catenary & contact wire in vertical plane at mid spanshould not be less then(a)150 mm(b)170 mm(c) 180 mm(d)270 mm 5.5 At obligatory structure of turnout, It is general practice to give encumbrance 1.4 m. turnout OHE & 0.9 m main line OHE 0.9 m. turnout OHE & 1.4 m main line OHE 1.4 m. turnout OHE & 1.4 m main line OHE 0.9 m. turnout OHE & 0.9 m main line OHE 5.6 At turnout structure , It is general practice to give encumbrance of 1.4 m to the turnout OHE & 0.9 m to the main line OHE due to To maintain proper tension. To accommodated section insulator in turnout OHE To maintain proper stagger. None of the above. 5.7 Maximum permissible relative gradient of contact wire in two adjacent span shall not be greater than on main lines (a) 1.5 mm /m. (b) 2 mm /m. (c) 3 mm /m. (d) 4 mm /m. 5.8 Maximum permissible relative gradient of contact wire in two adjacent span shall not be greater than on sidings (a) 2 mm /m. (b) 3 mm /m. (c) 4 mm /m. (d) 5 mm /m. 5.9 Change of the height of the contact wire to be achieved very gradually, to avoid Loose contact between contact wire & pantograph. Exert excessive pressure on the contact wire by pantograph. Poor current collection. All of the above. December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.015 5.10 What do you mean by  Relative gradient of con tact wire Change in the height of contact wire first time & last time Change in the height of contact wire at beginning of tension length Change in the height of contact wire in the middle of desired height All of the above 5.11Change in contact wire height with respect to per unit meter length of contact wire is called(a)Gradient of contact wire(b) Either Gradient of contact wire or track(c)Gradient of track(c)Neither gradient of contact wire nor track5.12When level crossing gate is approached , the height of contact wire is(a) Reduce(b) Increase(c) Either Reduce or Increase(d)Neither Reduce or Increase5.13Maximum permissiblegradient of contact wire, when maximum permissible train speed ismore than 100 kmph on main lines(a) 2 mm/m(b) 3 mm/m(c) 4 mm/m(d) 5 mm/m5.14Maximum permissiblegradient of contact wire, when maximum permissible train speed isshunting speed in yards(a) 3 mm/m(b) 4 mm/m(c) 5mm/m(d) 10 mm/m 5.15 What do you mean by the term  hard spot in t he contact wire ? Different material used at different material Processing in which contact wires joined together Where contact wire wear is more All of the above 5.16 In order to reduce the wear of the contact wire, which measures should be adopted ? Track condition should be good & hard spots on contact wire should be minimum. Stagger , droppers & contact height should be maintained as per SED Proper tension in the contact wire & pre-stress tension should be executed on the catenary wire and contact wire at the time of erection. All of the above 5.17 In AC traction, what will be encumbrance tolerance at support is ( As per RDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13 (a) 50 mm (b) ) 20 mm (c) 0 mm (d) ) 10 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 16 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 6 HEIGHT OF CONTACT WIRES, LEVEL CROSSING GATE 6.1 In AC traction, minimum height of contact wire under ROB/FOB from rail level to permit  C class ODC (a) 4.92 m (b) 4.80 m (c) 4.65 m (d) 5.03 m 6.2 In AC traction, height of contact wire at support from rail level (regulated OHE) with 50 mm pre sag in contact wire is (a) 5.50 m (b) 5.55 m (c) 5.60 m (d) 5.65 m 6.3 In AC traction, height of contact wire at support from rail level (regulated OHE) with 100 mm pre sag in contact wire is (a) 5.50 m(b) 5.55 m(c) 5.60 m(d) 5.75 m6.4In AC traction, height of contact wire from rail level in Car shedis(a) 5.60 m(b) 5.65 m(c) 5.75 m(d) 5.80 m6.5In AC traction, normal height of the catenary wire at support from rail level (regulated OHE)with 100 mm pre sag in contact wire is about(a) 7.20 m(b) 7.75 m(c) 7.25 m(d) 7.45 m6.6In AC traction, height of contact wire (unregulated OHE) for 40- centigrade to 650 degreecentigrade area is(a) 5.5 m(b) 5.55 m(c) 5.6 m(d) 5.75 m6.7In AC traction, height of contact wire (unregulated OHE) for 160centigrade to 650 centigradearea is(a) 5.55 m(b) 5.6 m(c) 5.65 m(d) 5.75 m6.8In AC traction , height of termination of regulated OHE is(a) 6.45 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 6.95 m(d) 7.25 m6.9In AC traction, height of termination of unregulated OHE is(a) 6.75 m(b) 6.8 m(c) 6.95 m(d) 7.2 m6.10In AC traction, height of catenary termination for split anchor (regulated OHE) is(a) 6.75 m(b) 6.95 m(c) 7.15 m(d) 7.25 m6.11In AC traction, height of catenary termination for split anchor (unregulated OHE) is(a) 6.75 m(b) 6.95 m(c) 7.15 m(d) 7.25 m6.12In AC traction, height of contact termination for split anchor (regulated OHE) is(a) 6.25 m(b) 6.45 m(c) 6.75 m(d) 6.95 mDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.017 6.13In AC traction, height of contact termination for split anchor (unregulated OHE) is(a) 6.25 m(b) 6.45 m(c) 6.75 m(d) 6.95 m6.14In AC traction, height of termination ofreturn conductor is(a) 6.75 m(b) 6.95 m(c) 7.25 m(d) 7.45 m6.15At level crossing gate, maximum height of rail height gauge from the road surface is(a) 4.38 m(b) 4.67 m(c) 4.80 m(d) 4.45 m6.16At level crossing gate, minimum distance of rail height gauge from the nearest track should be(a) 4 m(b) 8 m(c) 10 m(d) 12 m6.17In AC traction, height of contact wire at level crossing from rail level (regulated OHE)(a) 5.50 m(b) 5.55 m(c) 5.60 m(d) 5.65 m6.18In AC traction, tolerance in height of catenary wire from rail level at support is ( As perRDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13(a) Zero(b) 50 mm(c) 20 mm(d) ) 10 mm6.19Tolerance of catenary wire height is(As per RDSO latterno. TI/OHE/GA/2013 dated14.05.1013)(a) 30 mm(b) 50 mm(c) 10 mm(d) Zero6.20In AC traction , the minimum height of contact wire is(a) 4.69 m(b) 4.79 m(c) 4.92 m(d) 4.89 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 18 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 7 DROPPERS & OTHER OHE CONDUCTORS 7.1The fittings, which is used to transfer the weight of contact wire to the catenary wire is called(a) Section insulator(b) Jumpers(c) Cantilever assembly(d) Droppers7.2Droppers are used for(a) Leveling the contact wire(b) To maintain stagger(c) Reduced the sag in catenary wire(d) None of the above 7.3Droppers are made out of(a) Annealed copper(b) Hard drawn copper(c) Cadmium copper(d) Bronze7.4Diameter of in-span dropper in AC traction is(a) 7 mm(b) 6.75 mm(c) 6 mm(d) 5 mm7.5Diameter of inclined dropper in bracket assembly is(a) 7 mm(b) 5 mm(c) 9 mm(d) 6 mm7.6In AC traction , how many droppers in 72 m span length(a)9 Droppers(b) 10 Droppers(c) 8 Droppers(d) 12 Droppers7.7In AC traction , how many droppers in 58.5 m span length(a) 9 droppers(b) 8 droppers(c) 7 droppers(d) 6 droppers7.8In AC traction, how many droppers in 54 m span length(a)8 Droppers(b) 7 Droppers(c)6 Droppers(d) 5 Droppers7.9In AC traction ,how many droppers in 35 m. non standard span length(a) 5 Droppers(b) 4 Droppers(c) 6 Droppers(d) 3 Droppers7.10In AC traction, spacing of  A dropper (1 st dropper from the support) is(a) 4.50 m(b) 2.50 m(c) 2.25 m(d) 2.00 m December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0197.11In AC traction,spacing of  A dropper toler ance (1st dropper from the support) is ( As perRDSO latter no. TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13)(a) 20 mm(b) Zero(c) 10 mm(d) 30 mm7.12In AC traction,length of  A dropper tolera nce (1st dropper from the support) is ( As perRDSO latter no. TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13)(a) 5 mm(b) Zero(c) 10 mm(d) 15 mm7.13In AC traction,length ofother droppers tolerance is ( As per RDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13)(a) 5 mm(b) Zero(c) 10 mm(d) 15 mm7.14In AC traction,spacing of other dropper tolerance is ( As per RDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated 14.05.13)(a) 20 mm(b) Zero(c) 50 mm(d) 30 mm7.15In AC traction, distance of 2nd dropper from 1st dropper in 72 m span length(a) 9.0 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 4.5 m(d) 2.25 m7.16In AC traction , distance of 2nddropper from 1st dropper in 58.5 m. span length(a) 9.0 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 4.5 m(d) 2.25 m7.17In AC traction , distance of 3rddropper from 2nd dropper in 58.5 m span length(a) 9 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 6 m(d) 4.5 m 7.18 In AC traction, a chain dropper is consists of parts viz (i) Fixed part (ii) Variable part. What will be the length of fixed part (a) 152 mm(b) 125 mm(c) 105 mm(d) 76.2 mm 7.19 If dropper is rigid type or encumbrance is less than 150 mm, the OHE is suitable upto the maximum speed (a) 120 KMPH (b) 100 KMPH (c) 90 KMPH (d) 65 KMPH 7.20 In AC traction , distance of 2nd dropper from 1st dropper in 60 m non standard span length (a) 9.0 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 6.0 m(d) 5.25 m 7.21 When equal encumbrance 1.4 m is given at both OHE supports & 100 mm pre sag in contact wire, what will be the length of 1st dropper in 72 m span length ? (a) 1250 mm(b) 1283 mm(c) 1273 mm(d) 1261 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 20CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.07.22When equal encumbrance 1.4 m. is given at both OHE supports & 100 mm pre sag in contactwire, what will be the length of 2nd dropper in 72 m span length?(a) 1118 mm(b) 1018 mm(c) 908 mm(d) 902 mm7.23When equal encumbrance 1.4 m. is given at both OHE supports & 100 mm pre sag in contactwire, what will be the length of 3rd dropper in 72 m span length ?(a) 767 mm(b) 763 mm(c) 761 mm(d) 758 mm7.24When equal encumbrance 1.4 m. is given at both OHE supports & 100 mm pre sag in contactwire, what will be the length of 4thdropper in 72 m span length?(a) 621 mm(b) 617 mm(c) 613 mm(d) 609 mm7.25When equal encumbrance 1.4 m. is given both OHE supports & 100 mm pre sag in contactwire, what will be the length of 5thdropper in 72 m span length?(a) 589 mm(b) 576 mm(c) 571 mm(d) 566 mm7.26Chain droppers are used for smooth adjustment of section insulator, both the pieces of chaindroppers are connected together by P.G. clamp, what is the length of piece of dropper ?(a) 400 mm(b) 450 mm(c) 350 mm(d) 320 mm7.27In AC traction, distance between 1st & 2nd dropper in 56 m non standardspan length is(a) 4.50 m(b) 6.75 m(c) 7.75 m(d) 9.00 m7.28For inclined OHE, angle between dropper s top position & vertical planeshould not be more than(a) 100(b) 60(c) 40(d) 207.29Material of AC catenary wire is(a) Cadmium copper(b) Annealed copper(c) Hard drawn copper(d) Bronze7.30No. of layers & strands of AC catenary wire is(a) 3 layer & 19 strands(b) 2 layer & 19 strands(c) 2 layer & 37 strands(d) 3 layer & 37 strands7.31Diameter of each strand of AC catenary wire is(a) 2.92 mm(b) 2.42 mm(c) 2.11 mm(d) 2.32 mm December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0217.32Over all diameter of ac catenary wireis(a) 12.56 mm(b) 12.25 mm(c) 10.50 mm(d) 9.20 mm7.33Cross section area of AC catenary wire is(a) 107 sq mm(b) 98 sq mm(c) 65 sq mm(d) 61 sq mm7.34Per meter weight of catenary wire is(a) 1250 gm(b) 971 gm(c) 951 gm(d) 603 gm7.35Material of 107sq mm wire is(a) Hard drawn copper(b) Annealed copper(c) Cadmium copper(d) Brass7.36Diameter of new 107sq mm wire is(a) 16.36 mm(b) 12.24 mm(c) 10.55 mm(d) 8.25 mm7.37Condemning size of 107sq mm wire(a) 8.93 mm(b) 8.34 mm(c) 8.25 mm(d) 8.89 mm7.38Cross section area of 107sq mm wire is(a) 193 sq mm(b) 158 sq mm(c) 107 sq mm(d) 97 sq mm7.39Per meter weight of 107sq mm wire is(a) 951 gm(b) 930 gm(c) 870 gm(d) 603 gm7.40Current density of copper (continuous) is(a) 4 amps/sq. mm(b) 7 amps /sq. mm(c) 5 amps /sq. mm(d) 2 amps /sq. mm7.41Current density of copper ( for 3 minutes ) is(a) 9 amps /sq. mm(b) 7 amps /sq. mm(c) 6 amps /sq. mm(d) 5 amps /sq. mm7.42Conductivity of aluminum in terms of equivalent copper will be(a) 70 %(b) 60 %(c) 45 %(d) 30 %7.43Conductivity of cadmium copper in terms of equivalent copper will be(a) 80 %(b) 70 %(c) 45 %(d) 30 % Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 22CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.07.44Tensile strength of annealed copper is(a) 25 kg/ sq mm(b) 42 kg / sq mm(c) 63 kg / sq mm(d) 66 kg / sq mm7.45Tensile strength of hard drawn copper is(a) 25 kg /sq mm(b) 42 kg /sq mm(c) 63 kg /sq mm(d) 66 kg /sq mm7.46Tensile strength of cadmium copper is(a) 50 kg /sq mm(b) 59 kg /sq mm(c) 69 kg /sq mm(d) 63 kg /sq mm7.47Tensile strength of aluminum, in terms ofequivalent copper will be(a) 75 %(b) 66 %(c) 50 %(d) 45 %7.48Weight of aluminum, in terms of equivalent copper will be(a) 60 %(b) 45 %(c) 33 %(d) 30 %7.49Cadmium copper is used in place of hard drawn copper for AC catenary wire, why?(a) To increase tensile strength of catenary(b) To reduce the weight of catenary(c) To increases current carrying capacity(d) None of above7.50Groove angle of 107sq mm contact wire is(a) 78 degree(b) 81 degree(c) 91 degree(d) 71 degree7.51Distance between groove edge to groove edge i.e. inner distance in 107sq mm wire(a) 6.92 mm(b) 3.42 mm(c) 5.62 mm(d) 8.12 mm7.52Vertical distance between the centre of the groove to the top of crown in 107sq mm wire willbe(a) 5.30 mm(b) 5.6 mm(c) 4.45 mm(d) 4.0 mm December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.023 CHAPTER 8 STAGGER 8.1The displacement of contact wire with respect to the pantograph axis is called(a) Implantation(b) Stagger of contact wire(c) Gradient of contact wire(d) Sag8.2InAC traction, maximum stagger of contact wire on curved track is(a) 380 mm(b) 300 mm(c) 229 mm(d) 200 mm8.3In AC traction, maximum stagger of contact wire on tangent track is(a) 380 mm(b) 300 mm(c) 229 mm(d) 200 mm8.4Maximum stagger is allowed at mid span is(a) 229 mm(b) 200 mm(c) 152 mm(d) 100 mm8.5Contact wire is placed in zig- zag manner in entire span length , why ?(a) To avoid formation of groove on pantopan strip(b) Uniform rubbing of pantopan strip within current collection zone(c) To avoid breakdown due to formationof groove in pantopan strip(d) All of the above8.6Which factor affects the stagger of contact wire ?(a) Blow-off(b) Versine(c) Track slewing(d) All of the above8.7The displacement of contact wire from its original position due to wind pressure across thetrack is called(a)Blow-off(b) Versine(c)Stagger(d) Super elevation8.8On tangent track, contact stagger is 200 mm at support, what will be the catenary stagger?(a) 300 mm(b) 200 mm(c) 100 mm(d) Zero8.9On curved track , contact stagger is 300 mm. at support, what will be thecatenary stagger(a) 300 mm(b) 200 mm(c) 100 mm(d) Zero8.10The offset of the track centre from the chord joining the two adjacent points at the track centreis called(a)Super elevation(b) Versine(c)Blow-off(d) Span length Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 24CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.08.11Versine  V is calculated by the formulaWhere, L = span lengthR= radius of curvature of track(a) V= L / 8R(b) V= L2 / 4R(c) V= 2L / R(d) V= L2 / 8R8.12When radius of curvature reduced half than versine will be(a) Half times(b) Remains same(c) 4 Times(d) 2 Times8.13When span length, increases twice than versine will be(a) 2 Times(b) 4 Times(c) 8 Times(d) Remains same8.14Depression of track due to low joints, loose packing, the change in the track level is magnifiedat the contact wire level , The value of this change maybe taken for consideration of stagger(a) 10 mm(b) 50 mm(c) 40 mm(d) 33 mm8.15The affect of variation of maximum stagger due to track slewing should be(a) 100 mm(b) 60 mm(c) 48 mm(d) 42 mm8.16What will be the length of chord of curve track? Which makes an angle of10 curve at center ?(a) 100 m(b) 70 m(c) 50 m(d) 30 m8.17Length of radius of track is calculated by the formula, at the center of curve.Where Theta =Angle, R= Radius(a) 1890 m / Theta(b) 1810 m /Theta(c) 1746 m /Theta(d) 1701 m / Theta8.18Centrifugal force (P) is equal to(a) Mass x acceleration(b) Mass x velocity(c) Weight x acceleration(d) Velocity x acceleration8.19At curve track versine is measured from the(a) Inner edge ofthe outer rail(b) Outer edge of the outer rail(c) Inner edge ofthe inner rail(d) Outer edge of the inner rail8.20For odd no s of tracks, versine is measured from(a)Outer rail of the middle track(b)Inner rail of the middle track(c)Inner rail of the first out side track(d)Individually measured for each track 8.21 Acceleration on curved track is calculated by the formula ,where , V= velocity of motion body on curve, R= Radius of curvature (a) V/ R 2  (b) V2/R (d) V/ 2g R December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.025 8.22In equilibrium position , super elevation (d) is calculated bywhere, G = track gauge, g = gravitationalforce R= Radius of curvature V= speed in KMPH(a) d = GV2 /gR(b) d = GV / 2gR(c) d = GV2 /2gR(d) d = GV2 /2gR28.23Displacement of panto axis (D) , due to super elevation (d) is calculated by -Where, G= Track gauge (for B.G. 1.676 m.)H= Height of contact wire from rail level(a) D= dH2 /G(b) D= d2. H/ G(c) D= d.H /G(d) d.H / G28.24What will be the relation between velocity (V) in KMPH , Radius ofcurvature (R) in meter & super elevation (d) in mm.? V= 4.4 (Rd) V= (4.4 Rd) V= 0.235 (Rd) V= (Rd) /0.235  8.25As per formula ,V=0.235[ (Rd)],super elevation is given on IR to the consideration ofmaximum speed(a) 100 KMPH(b) 75 KMPH(c) 64 KMPH(d) 54 KMPH8.26For even no s of tracks, versine is measured from(a) Outer rail of the middle track(b) Inner rail of the middle track(c) Inner rail of the first out side track(d) Individually measured for each track 8.27 Tolerance of catenary wire stagger is (As per RDSO latter no. TI/OHE/GA/2013 dated 14.05.1013 (a) 30 mm (b) 20 mm (c) 10 mm (d) Zero 8.28 Tolerance of contact wire stagger is (As per RDSO latter no. TI/OHE/GA/2013 dated 14.05.1013 (a) 30 mm (b) 20 mm (c) 10 mm (d) Zero Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 26 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 9 REGULATED/UNREGULATED OHE 9.1When temperature increases, than length of conductors(a) Increases(b) Decreases(c) Remains same(d) None of above9.2OHE conductors are terminated on auto tensioning device (ATD) at both end of tension lengthon anchoring structures . This type of OHE is called(a) Regulated OHE(b) Unregulated OHE(c) Tram way OHE(d) Compound OHE9.3In regulated OHE, when temperature increased than tension of OHE conductors(a) Increased(b) Decreased(c) Remains same(d) Cannot say9.4In regulated OHE, how much tension is kept in OHE(a) As per tension / temperature chart(b) 3000 kg(c) 2000 kg(d) 1500 kg9.5In regulated OHE, Where anti-creep point is provided ?(a) Starting of tension length(b) Finishing of tension length(c) Midway of tension length(d) All of the above9.6Distance between anti-creep point & anchoring structure should not be more than(a) 1600 m.(b) 1500 m.(c) 750 m.(d) 600 m.9.7Regulated OHE is suitable for the speed(a) Above 100 KMPH(b) Less than 100 KMPH(c) Upto 80 KMPH(d) Upto 90 KMPH9.8Unregulated OHE is suitable for the speed(a) Above 100 KMPH(b) Less than 60 KMPH(c) Upto 80 KMPH(d) Upto 100 KMPH9.9The reason of anti-creep arrangement is  To re strict the OHE movement & & & & (a) Along the track(b) Across the track(c) Both across & along the track(d) Neither across nor along the track9.10Tramway type OHE can be used for(a) Main line(b) Siding only(c) Wiring of turnouts(d) All of the aboveDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.027 9.11Tramway type OHE (regulated ) is suitable upto the maximum speed(a) 30 kmph(b) 60 kmph(c) 75 kmph(d) 100 kmph9.12Tramway type OHE (unregulated ) is suitable upto the maximum speed(a) 30 kmph(b) 60 kmph(c) 75 kmph(d) 100 kmph9.13In tramway type OHE , which type conductor is used ?(a) A solid groove contact wire only(b) A solid groove contact wire & catenary light in weight(c) A solid & without grooved contact wire(d) none of the above9.14What is the initial tension in an unregulated OHE ?(a) 2000 kg(b) 1000 kg(c) 3000 kg(d) 1500 kg9.15Unregulated OHE can be used for(a) Main line(b) Secondary loop lines & Sidings only(c) Sidings(d) All of the above9.16What is the initial sag is allow at the stringing temperature ?(a) 10 mm(b) 20 mm(c) No sag(d) 15 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 28 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 10 DIFFERENT OHE SYSTEMS, PRE SAG AND ELASTICITY OF OHE 10.1In simple catenary system, the system of stringing of OHE conductors inthe form of ?(a) A solid groove contact wire only(b) A solid groove contact wire & one solid catenary wire(c) A solid , without grooved contact wire & one stranded catenary wire(d) A solid grooved contact wire & one stranded catenary wire10.2In system of stringing of polygonal OHE, the supporting mast holds(a) A solid groove contact wire only(b) A solid groove contact wire & one solid catenary wire(c) Stranded catenary wire only(d) A solid grooved contact wire & one stranded catenary wire10.3Which system is polygonal OHE system?(a) Simple catenary system(b) Compound catenary system(c) Stitched catenary system(d) All of the above10.4In polygonal system of OHE, which factor decide to choose any systemSuch as (simple catenary, compound catenary etc.)(a) Height of OHE(b) Wind pressure zone(c) Speed & current carrying capacity(d) All of the above 10.5 In simple catenary system (regulated) , without pre sag in contact wire is suitable upto the maximum speed (a) 80 kmph (c) 120 kmph  (b) 100 kmph (d) 140 kmph 10.6 In simple catenary system (regulated) , with 50 mm pre sag in contact wire is suitable upto the maximum speed (a) 80 kmph (c) 120 kmph  (b) 100 kmph (d) 140 kmph 10.7 In simple catenary system (regulated) , with 100 mm pre sag in contact wire is suitable upto the maximum speed (a) 160 kmph (c) 120 kmph  (b) 100 kmph (d) 140 kmph 10.8 Compound catenary system is suitable upto the maximum speed (a) 160 kmph (b) 100 kmph (c) 120 kmph (d) 190 kmph December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.029 10.9Stitched catenary system (10 Y ) is suitable upto the maximum speed(a) 160 kmph(b) 140 kmph(c) 120 kmph(d) 190 kmph10.10Composed compound catenary system is suitable upto the maximum speed(a) 160 kmph(b) 100 kmph(c) 250 kmph(d) 190 kmph10.11Compound catenary system consists of(a) Catenary & contact wire(b) Auxiliary catenary & contact wire(c) Main catenary, auxiliary catenary & contact wire(d) Contact wire 10.12 Advantages of compound catenary system Current carrying capacity is more More uniformity in elasticity Either (a) or (b) Both (a) & (b) 10.13 In compound catenary system , contact wire is supported by auxiliary catenary by means of (a) Loop dropper (b) Chain dropper (c) Rigid dropper (d) Special steady arm 10.14 In compound catenary system , main & auxiliary catenary wire & contact wire should be in Same vertical plane Main & auxiliary catenary in same vertical plane Different vertical plane Cannot say 10.15 Advantage of simple catenary system over compound catenary system light in weight Construction & erection is easy Breakdown restoration & maintenance is easy All of the above 10.16 Advantage of compound catenary system over simple catenary system More current carrying capacity More uniformity in elasticity Avoiding hard spot at suspension point All of the above 10.17 Curvilinear OHE system is used in Indian Railway for (a) Sharp curve (b) Siding (c) Main line (d) Not used Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 30 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 10.18In stitched catenary system , a short length of supplementary catenary (say 10 m) is providedat(a) Support(b) Mid span(c) Between support & mid span(d) All of the above10.19In stiched catenary system, a short length of supplementary catenary (say 10 m) is provided atsupport to improve(a) Mechanical strength(b) More uniformity in elasticity(c) Current carrying capacity(d) All of the above10.20Which OHE system provide less push up due to passage of pantograph of the moving train ?(a) Tram way OHE(b) Simple catenary system(c) Stitched catenary system(d) Compound catenary system10.21In composed compound catenary system, spring dropper i.e. dampers are used in between(a) Main & auxiliary catenary(b) Auxiliary catenary & contact wire(c) Bracket assembly(d) All of the above10.22In composed compound catenary system, spring dropper i.e. damper s(a) Suppressed unnecessary vibration(b) Ensure stable current collection(c) Less push of OHE(d) All of the above10.23Push up of OHE is depends upon(a) Span length(b) Speed of the train(c) Weight of the OHE(d) All of the above10.24What do you mean by the elasticity of the contact wire ?(a) Amount of vertical lift corresponding to vertical static force(b) Amount of vertical lift corresponding to weight of the pantograph(c) Amount of horizontal lift corresponding to vertical pressure(d) All of the above10.25In entire span length, elasticity of OHE will be(a) Maximum at support & minimum at mid span(b) Minimum at support & maximum at mid span(c) Remains same at support & mid span(d) Cannot say10.26If span length increases , than variation in elasticity of OHE(a) Increases(b) Decreases(c) Remains same(d) Cannot say10.27If span length decreases , than variation in elasticity of OHE over a span(a) Increases(b) Decreases(c) Remains same(d) Cannot sayDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.03110.28Maximum elasticity of OHE occurs at mid span, which depends upon(a) Tension of OHE(b) Span length(c) Vertical static force by pantograph(d) All of the above10.29Minimum elasticity of OHE occurs at support , which does not depend upon(a) Tension of OHE(b) Span length(c) Vertical static force by pantograph(d) Weight of OHE10.30What will be the up lift at mid span (Y0) due to applied force (P) by the pantograph? while T1& T2 catenary & contact wire tension respectively, where , L = span length(a) Y0 = PL / 2(T1 + T2 )(b) Y0 = PL / 4(T1 + T2 )(c) Y0 = PL2 / 8(T1 + T2 )(d) Y0 = PL / 8(T1 + T2 )10.31What will be the elasticity at mid span (E0) due to applied force (P) by thepantograph? While, (Y0) = up lift at mid span(a) E0 = P.Y0(b) E0 = Y0 / P(c) E0 = P(Y0)2(d) E0 = P/Y0 10.32 Pre sag in contact wire is given in regulated OHE due to Pantograph approaching mid span helps to make contact wire horizontal Improved current collection at higher speed Avoid hogging at low temperature All of the above 10.33 What may be the cause of contact wire parting ? (a) Opening of silver brazed joint (b) Failure of PG clamp & ending cone (c) Improper & over tension in contact wire (d) All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 32CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0CHAPTER 11OVERLAP AND NEUTRAL SECTION11.1An arrangement of OHE over a track, where two sets of OHE conductors are run parallel toeach other for a short distance & provide smooth passage for pantograph, is called(a) Turnout(b) Crossover(c) Overlap(d) Neutral section11.2Insulated overlap is required for(a) OHE sectioning purpose(b) To kept OHE in current collection zone at curve(c) To maintain height of OHE conductors(d) All of the above11.3In AC traction, distance between two OHE s conductor in insulated overlap is kept(a) 500 mm.(b) 380 mm.(c) 300 mm.(d) 200 mm.11.4In AC traction, distance between two OHE s conductor in un-insulated overlap is kept(a) 375 mm(b) 300 mm(c) 150 mm(d) 200 mm11.5Un-insulated overlap is provided in OHE because(a) To restrict span length(b) To restrict tension length(c) Quick isolation of OHE(d) All of the above11.6In AC traction, how many spans are required to construct an overlap on tangent track(a) One span(b) Two span(c) Three span(d) Four span11.7In AC traction, how many spans are required to construct an overlap on curve track(a) One span(b) Two span(c) Three span(d) Four span11.8Normally, insulated overlap are employed at the location(a) SSP(b) FP(c) Booster transformer s location(d) All of the above11.9In four span insulated overlap, the distance between the centre of the four span insulated overlap & anticreep should not be more than(a) 800 m(b) 750 m(c) 600 m(d) 450 mDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.033 11.10 Why distance between the centre of the four span insulated over lap & anti-creep restricted upto 600 m ? To ensure satisfactory clearance between bracket assembly To maintain uniform tension Proper gradient of contact wire Blow- off within limit 11.11 In AC traction, cut-in insulators are provided at insulated overlap, the distance of cut-in insulator from the mast is (a) 18 m (b) 9 m (c) 4.5 m (d) 2 m 11.12 The normal desirable length of zone, where pantograph contacts both contact wires in overlap will be (a) 1 m(b) 4.5 m(c) 6 m to 9 m(d) 18 m 11.13 In three span insulated overlap arrangement, centre span or overlap span should not be less than(a) 67.5 m(b) 54 m(c) 58.5 m(d) 63 m 11.14 In three span un-insulated overlap arrangement, centre span or overlap span should not be less than (a) 67.5 m(b) 54 m(c) 58.5 m(d) 63 m 11.15 A short dead section of OHE, which separates two adjoining elementary section & provide smooth passage for pantograph is called (a) Insulated overlap (b) Un-insulated overlap (c) Neutral section (d) All of the above 11.16 Normally, which type of neutral section have been adopted by Indian Railways Overlap type PTFE type neutral section Short neutral section comprising section insulator assembly All of the above 11.17 Minimum effective neutral section length is required in overlap type neutral section (a) 49.5 m (b) 54 m (c) 63 m (d) 41 m 11.18 Which type of neutral section, you prefer in heavily graded or suburban section? (a) Overlap type (b) PTFE type neutral section (c) Short neutral section comprising section insulator assembly (d) None of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 34CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.011.19The length of PTFE type neutral section is(a) 5.163 m(b) 5.64 m(c) 5.92 m(d) 6.21 m11.20PTFE stands for(a) Plastic Tetra Floro Ethane(b) Poly Thermo Finials Ethane(c) Poly Tetra Floro Ethane(d) Poly Tetra Floro Ethylene 11.21 The effective neutral section length of minimum 41 m has been designed for overlap type neutral section ,due to Three loco(old type) attached each other , front panto of 1st loco & rear panto of 3rd loco are raised. This panto to panto distance less than 41 m. One loco(old type) attached in train ,front panto & rear panto are raised . This panto to panto distance less than 41 m. Three loco(old type) attached each other, rear panto of 1st loco & front panto of 3rd loco are raised. This panto to panto distance less then 41 m. None of the above. 11.22The tension length of conventional i.e. overlap type neutral section is restricted to(a) 600 m(b) 750 m(c) 800 m(d) 1500 m11.23How many spans are required to consist an overlap type neutral section(a) 4(b) 5(c) 6(d) 711.24Length of central span in overlap type neutral section is restricted upto(a) 49.5 m(b) 54.0 m(c) 63.0 m(d) 67.5 m11.25In overlap type of neutral section, the stagger of both OHE s are chosen in such a way that theclearance between both OHE s in entire central span should not be less than(a) 320 mm(b) 375 mm(c) 500 mm(d) 1000 mm11.26PTFE type of neutral section provided on(a) mid span(b) 1/3 of span(c) 1/10 th of span(d) Symmetrically on either side of the support11.27PTFE type of neutral section is suitable upto the speed(a) 70 KMPH(b) 100 KMPH(c) 200 KMPH(d) 140 KMPH11.28Stagger at PTFE type Neutral section assembly is(a) Zero or maximum 100 mm.(b) 100 mm or maximum 200 mm(c) 200 mm or maximum 300 mm(d) 300 mm or maximum 380 mmDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.03511.29Adoption of neutral section in section insulator are to be avoided on main running linesbecause(a) Heavy weight(b) Speed restriction(c) Frequent maintenance(d) All of the above11.30In PTFE type neutral section assembly, Anti torsion droppers are used for(a)Good current collection at higher speed(b)To prevent oscillation of OHE(c)Push up of contact wire very gradually(d)All of the above11.31Catenary insulator of PTFE Neutral section comprises(a) Resin bonded glass fiber(b) Poly venial chloride(c) XLPE(d) Ancholite11.32The caution boards to are provided to attend the driver of train show thedistance of neutral section location what will be the location of both caution boards from theNeutral section(a) 100 m.& 500 m(b) 2000 m. & 1000 m(c) 500 m. & 250 m(d) 250 m. & 150 m11.33Which factor should be taken into account to locate neutral section(a) Signal location(b) Gradient of section(c) Level Crossing gate(d) All of above11.34On tangent track before neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 600 m.(b) 500 m.(c) 400 m.(d) 300 m.11.35On tangent track after neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 600 m(b) 400 m(c) 300 m(d) 200 m11.361 in 300 gradient track before neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 1600 m(b) 300 m(c) 600 m(d) 400 m11.371in 300 gradient track, after neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 1600 m(b) 800 m(c) 600 m(d) 400 m11.381 in 200 gradient track before neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 2700 m(b) 2500 m(c) 2100 m(d) 1600 m11.391 in 200 gradient track after neutral section, signal location should not be less than(a) 2500 m(b) 1600 m(c) 1800 m(d) 1250 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 36CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0CHAPTER 12TURN OUTS & CROSSOVERS12.1Which is related to mechanical clearance(a) At cross over, min track separation for erecting section insulator(b) Implantation(c) ODC(d) all of the above12.2Which type of turn out is best for main line(a) Over lap type(b) Knuckle type(c) Cross type(d) None of the above12.3At the obligatory location, turn out contact wire is kept & .mm above from the main linecontact wire(a) 100 mm(b) 50 mm(c) 20 mm(d) 5 mm12.4The arrangement of over lap type turn out will be in(a) One span(b) Two spans(c) Three spans(d) Four spans12.5The arrangement of knuckle type turn out will be in(a) One span(b) Two spans(c) Three spans(d) Four spans12.6The arrangement of cross type turn out will be in(a) One span(b) Two spans(c) Three spans(d) Four spans12.7Which type of turn out is most suitable for high speed OHE(a) Knuckle type(b) Cross type(c) Over lap type(d) All of the above12.8In overlap type turn out, the normal desirable length of zone, where the panto contacts bothcontact wire will be in(a) 500 mm(b) 1 m(c) 6 m  9 m(d) 12 m12.9During the movement of panto from cross over to main line, take-inShould be within(a) 400 mm(b) 450 mm(c) 650 mm(d) 900 mmDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.03712.10The obligatory structure of turn out should be located between the points where the separationbetween the main & turn out track is between(a) 1000 mm -2000 mm(b) 100 mm- 500 mm(c) 0 mm-500 m m(d) 700 mm - 150 m12.11The ideal location of obligatory mast on either side of theoretical centre of turn out is(a) 1 m(b) 2 m(c) 4.5 m(d) 3 m12.12In cross type turnout, T/O contact wire is just over the M/L contact wire & both contact wire isfixes each other by small piece of contact wire and crossing clips due to(a) To maintain proper stagger(b) To prevent below-off(c) To prevent relative movement between both contact wires(d) To maintain height of both contact wire12.13In cross type turnout, T/O contact wire is just over the M/L contact wire & both contact wire isfixes each other by small piece of contact wire and PG clamps , i.e a bridge known as(a) Cross contact bar(b) Cross knuckle bar(c) Fiber rod(d) Anti movement rod12.14A cross type turnout is suitable for(a) Main line(b) Only yard line(c) Either main line or yard line(d) Cannot say 12.15 Which type of turnout is direct anchoring in one span (a) Overlap type (b) Overlap type & cross type (c) Overlap type & Knuckle type (d) Cross type & Knuckle type 12.16 In knuckle type turnout, At obligatory location the angle of turnout OHE between direction of the anchoring & direction of turnout should not be more than (a) 30 degree (b) 60 degree (c) 90 degree (d) 120 degree 12.17 What will happen, if angle120 degree at obligatory in turnout OHE structure in turnout contact wire Stagger may be out Height cannot be maintained (c ) 50 mm. gap between main line & turnout contact wires cannot be maintained (d) Tension increased on contact clip & steady arm 12.18 Obligatory structure is required to be provided at (a) Bridge piers (b) Before & after over line structure (c) Cross over & turnout (d) All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 38 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 12.19 Inspection of turn out /cross over OHE should be carried out by the tower wagon with the direction & movement of tower wagon as (a) From main line to turn out  (b) From turn out to main line (c) On main line  (d) All of the above 12.20 At obligatory location, the horizontal separation between main line contact wire & cross over contact wire should not be less than (a) 200 mm(b) 320 mm(c) 100 mm(d) 50 mm 12.21 The height of cross over contact wire should be maintained 50 mm above from main line contact wire in entire danger zone at either side of obligatory location which falls within (a) 5 m towards turn out  (b) 10 m towards turn out (c) 15 m towards turn out  (d) 20 m towards turn out December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.039 CHAPTER 13 SECTION INSULATOR, 25 KV AC JUMPERS 13.1A device, which installed in contact wire to separate two elementary section & provide smoothpassage for pantograph is called(a) Insulated overlap(b) Section insulator(c) Bracket Assembly(d) Cut-in insulator13.2At section insulator location , encumbrance should not be less than(a) 152 mm(b) 320 mm(c) 450 mm(d) 600 mm13.3At the location of section insulator, stagger of contact wire should be(a) zero(b) 200 mm(c) 300 mm(d) 380 mm13.4At the location of section insulator, maximum stagger of contact wire may be allowed(a) 50 mm(b) 100 mm(c) 200 mm(d) 300 mm13.5Which insulator is used in section insulator assembly(a) Sectioning insulator(b) Cut in insulator(c) 9- ton insulator(d) Stay tube insulator13.6Minimum clearance between section insulator assembly and adjacent track is(a) 5.3 m(b) 5 m(c) 4.751 m(d) 4.725 m13.7Section insulator works like an insulated overlap with a major difference(a)Can be negotiated only at low speed(b)Can be negotiated only at high speed(c)Can be negotiated at normal speed(d)None of the above13.8Suitable location of section insulator from the mast on turnout OHE is(a)Between 1/3 & 1/10th of span length(b)Between 1/3& 1/5th of span length(c) Between 1/5th & 1/10th of span length(d) Between & 1/3 span length13.9Track separations of section insulator when runner is facing end at the direction of traffic(a) 1.72 m(b) 1.92 m(c) 1.65 m(d) 1.46 m13.10Track separations of section insulator when runner is trailing end at the direction of traffic(a) 1.72 m(b) 1.65 m(c) 1.52 m(d) 1.45 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 40CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.013.11Maximum speed under section insulator with trailing end runner at the direction of traffic is(a) 110 KMPH(b) 70 KMPH(c) 60 KMPH(d) 40 KMPH13.12Maximum speed under section insulator with facing end runner at the direction of traffic(a) 110 KMPH(b) 70 KMPH(c) 60 KMPH(d) 40 KMPH13.13Horizontal clearance between two runners of ac section insulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 460 mm(c) 320 mm(d) 200 mm13.14A bend is given to section insulator s runner, the displacement of bend runner from its straightposition is(a) 100 mm(b) 72 mm(c) 60 mm(d) 40 mm13.15In AC traction , Which jumper distribute the current between catenary wire & contact wire(a)  C Jumper(b)  F jumper(c)  G jumper(d)  S jumper13.16How many  C jumpers are used in 1500 m te nsion length(a) 2(b) 3(c) 6(d) 513.17Three  C jumper s are used in each tensionlength. Among three, one is provided at anti-creeppoint where other two  C jumper s are provided?(a) near anticreep location(b) between 2nd & 3rd dropper(c) adjacent span length of anticreep location(d) between ATD & anticreep location13.18Distance of  C jumper s from the nearest m ast is(a) 4.5 m( b) 5.6 m(c) 6.75 m(d) 9 m13.19 F jumpers are provided at(a) Insulated overlap(b) Un-insulated overlap(c) Turnout(d) Anti creep point 13.20  F jumpers is provided in both anchoring span of insulated overlap between Catenary & contact wire of OOR(out of run) OHE OOR (out of run ) OHE & IR( in run ) OHE Catenary & contact wire of IR OHE Across cut in insulator 13.21  F jumpers is also called (a) cut in jumper (c) flexible jumper  (b) continuity jumper (d) potential equalizer December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.04113.22InUn-insulated overlap, two OHE s are connected together by means of jumper , is called(a) C jumper(b) F jumper(c) G jumper(d) S jumper13.23 G jumper is used at(a) Insulated overlap(b) Turnout & Cross over(c) Both un insulated overlap & Turn out & Cross over(d) Un insulated overlap13.24Length of  C jumper is(a) 1.2 m(b) 1.5 m(c) 2.0 m(d) 4.5 m13.25Cross section area of  C jumper is(a) 50 sq. mm(b) 97 sq. mm(c) 105 sq. mm(d) 107 sq. mm13.26Length of  F jumper is(a) 1.5 m(b) 2.0 m(c) 3.0 m(d) 4.5 m13.27Cross section area of  F jumper is(a) 50 sq. mm(b) 60 sq. mm(c) 97 sq. mm(d) 107 sq. mm13.28Distance of  F jumper from the nearest mast is(a) 4.5 m(b) 5.6 m(c) 6.75 m(d) Not fixed13.29Length of  G jumper is(a) 1.2 m(b) 1.5 m(c) 2.0 . m(d) 4.5 m13.30Cross section area of  G jumper is(a) 50 sq. mm(b) 97 sq. mm(c) 105 sq. mm(d) 107 sq. mm13.31Distance of  G jumper from the nearest mast is(a) 4.5 m(b) 5.6 m(c) 6.75 m(d) Not fixed13.32 C jumper are connected in the direction of traffic with the free end(a) Facing(b) Trailing(c) Either facing or trailing(d) Neither facing or trailing Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 42CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.013.33 C jumper are connected in the direction oftraffic with the free end facing due to(a) To prevent open the strands of jumper by air pressure which exerted by pantograph(b) To avoid panto entanglement with jumper(c) To avoid hard spot in contact wire(d) To provide un interrupted path for pantograph13.34PG clamp have(a) One groove(b) Two parallel groove(c) Three parallel groove(d) Four parallel groove13.35PG clamp is used to(a) Hold the contact wires at joint(b) Hold the catenary wires at joint(c) Joined two conductors(d) None of the above 13.36 How many PG clamps are required for  G jump er ? (a) 4(b) 8(c) 6(d) 3 13.37 At present, isolator jumper for providing connection between OHE and isolator through lug , which should be (a) Soldered  (b) Welded (c) Fasteners  (d) Riveted 13.38 Some times, isolator jumper is coming out from the lug due to improper soldering . To over coming this problem, it has been decided to provide additional piece of catenary wire with the help of two PG clamp & special lug . The length of additional catenary wire will be (a) 50 cm  (b) 80 cm (c) 100 cm  (d) 120 cm December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.043CHAPTER 14BRACKET ASSEMBLY14.1Cantilever assembly, both insulators are located nearer to the mast(a) To avoid contamination due to steam & diesel locomotives(b) To hold the tubes in proper tension(c) To Cantilever assembly is swiveling type(d) To avoid transferring the weights on OHE14.2The arrangement of the cantilever assembly depends upon the(a) Height of contact wire(b) Setting distance(c) Stagger(d) All of the above14.3The arrangement of the cantilever assembly does not depend upon the(a) Height of contact wire(b) Super elevation(c) Encumbrance(d) None of the above.14.4The tubes of the cantilever assembly are made out of(a) Aluminum bronze(b) Aluminum(c) Electrolyte copper(d) Galvanized steel14.5Which is not a part of the cantilever assembly ?(a) Steady arm(b) Adjuster sleeve(c) Anti wind clamp(d) PG clamp14.6What will be the remaining length of the bracket tube beyond the centre of the catenarysuspension bracket for future adjustment?(As per RDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013dated14.05.3013)(a) 400 mm to 300 mm(b) 400 mm to 100 mm(c) 150 mm to 200 mm(d) 50 mm to 100 mm 14.7 In cantilever assembly, what should be the minimum distance between register arm hook clamp & top of the bracket tube insulator (a) 100 mm(b) 150 mm(c) 200 mm(d) 300 mm 14.8 In cantilever assembly, in case of push off, projection of register arm beyond the steady arm clamp should be (As per RDSO latter no.TI/OHE/GA/3013dated14.05.3013) (a) 50 mm to 300 mm (b) 150 mm to 200 mm (c) 150mm to 400 mm (d) 250 mm to 500 mm 14.9 In cantilever assembly, distance between the bottom of contact wire & register arm axis in normal steady arm should be on tangent track (As per RDSO latter no. TI/OHE/GA/3013 dated14.05.3013) (a) 50 mm to 300 mm (b) 100 mm to 400 mm (c) 150 mm to 400 mm (d) 200 mm to 250 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 44CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.014.10In cantilever assembly, distance between the bottom of contact wire & register arm axis ( bendtubular steady arm & BFB steady arm) should be on curve (As per RDSO latterno.TI/OHE/GA/3013dated14.05.3013)(a) 50 mm to 300 mm(b) 250 mm to 320 mm(c) 150 mm to 250 mm(d) 250 mm to 500 mm14.11In cantilever assembly, distance between register arm tube & anti wind clamp strap should be(a) 3 to 5 cm(b) 5 to 9 cm(c) 9 to 12.5 cm(d) 15 to18 cm14.12Why gap should be required between register arm tube & anti wind clamp strap(a) To avoid hard spot(b) To hold the register arm(c) To maintain proper height & stagger(d) To hold steady arm14.13What is the material of normal steady arm (i.e. BFB section) ?(a) Aluminum alloy(b) Aluminum bronze(c) G.I.(d) Cadmium copper14.14In pull of arrangement of cantilever assembly, location of steady arm will be, in between(a) Mast & contact wire(b) Contact wire & centre line of the track(c) Out of centre line of track(d) None of above14.15In push off arrangement of cantilever assembly, location of steady arm will be, in between(a) Beyond contact & centre line of track(b) Mast & contact wire(c) Contact wire & centre line of the track(d) All of above14.16Standard size of normal steady arm ( BFB type) in cantilever assembly(a) 32 x 31 mm(b) 36 x37 mm(c) 42 x 41 mm(d) 49 x50 mm14.17In cantilever assembly, standard size of steady arm ( i.e. inner dia /outer dia)(a) 25 mm /30 mm(b) 26.2 mm /31.7 mm(c) 28.4 /33.7mm(d) 30 mm /38 mm14.18In cantilever assembly, standard size of register arm (i.e. inner dia /outer dia)(a) 25 /30 mm.(b) 20 /25 mm.(c) 28.4 /33.7 mm.(d) 30 /38mm.14.19In cantilever assembly standard size of Bracket tube (i.e. inner dia /outer dia)(a) 30 /38 mm.(b) 40 /49 mm.(c) 28.4 /33.7 mm.(d) 25 /30 mm.14.20Cantilever assembly should be of swiveling types to achieve(a)Proper height of cetanary & contact wire(b)Stagger of contact wire(c)Minimum radial tension on tubes(d)Sag in the contact wire constant inentire tension lengthDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.045 14.21Cantilever dimensions namely A,B,C,&D, fixes position of various clamps to get the requiredposition of catenary & the contact wire. The dimensions A&B fixes the position of(a) Catenary wire(b) Contact wire(c) Both catenary & contact wire(d) Neither catenary & contact wire14.22Cantilever dimensions namely A,B,C,&D, fixes position of various clamps to get the requiredposition of catenary & the contact wire. The dimensions C&D fixes the position of(a) Catenary wire(b) Contact wire(c) Both catenary & contact wire(d) Neither catenary & contact wire14.23Cantilever dimension  A shows the distanc e between(a) Axis of bracket tube mast fitting & top of bracket tube(b) Center of hook of catenary suspension bracket & top of stay arm insulator(c) Stay arm fitting to top of bracket tube(d) Stay arm fitting to centre line of the track 14.24 Cantilever dimension  B shows the distanc e between Axis of bracket tube mast fitting & top of bracket tube Axis of vertical swivel & the axis of the catenary suspension bracket Mast fitting & top of bracket tube Mast & catenary suspension bracket 14.25 Cantilever dimension  C shows the distanc e between (a) Axis of the vertical swivel to axis of register arm hook in horizontal position (b) Axis of the vertical swivel to axis of register arm hook in inclined position Axis of the vertical swivel to register arm clamp Axis of the vertical swivel to contact wire 14.26 Cantilever dimension  D shows the distanc e between Vertical mast fitting to centre line of the track Vertical mast fitting to register arm hook and Vertical mast fitting to the contact wire The horizontal distance between the centre of register arm hook & the axis of the catenary suspension bracket. 14.27 In cantilever assembly large size of bracket tube ( i.e. inner dia /outer dia) (a) 30 /38 mm. (b) 40 /49 mm (c) 28.4 /33.7 mm (d) 25 /30 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 46 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 15 ELECTRICAL CLEARANCES AND LIGHTNING ARRESTOR 15.1Minimum electrical clearance long duration (vertical) between live & earth for 25 kV ACis& .. As per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 tothe Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004.(a) 500 mm(b) 250 mm(c) 270 mm(d) 220 mm15.2Minimum electrical clearance long duration (horizontal) between live & earth for 25 kV ACis& .. As per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 tothe Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004.(a) 340 mm(b) 250 mm(c) 270 mm(d) 220 mm15.3Minimum electrical clearance short duration (vertical) between live & earth for 25 kV ACis& .. As per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 tothe Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004.(a) 390 mm(b) 200 mm(c) 220 mm(d) 340 mm15.4Minimum electrical clearance short duration (horizontal) between live & earth for 25 kV ACis& .. As per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 tothe Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004.(a) 390 mm(b) 270 mm(c) 200 mm(d) 340 mm15.5Minimum working clearance for 25 kV AC is(a) 500 mm(b) 1.0 m(c) 2.0 m(d) 3.0 m15.6Minimum electrical clearance, in which an earthed body is brought momentarily near a chargedbody or vice-versa, this clearance is called(a) Long duration(b) Short duration(c) Both long & short duration(d) Can not say 15.7 Minimum electrical clearance, in which an earthed body is kept for some time near a charged body or vice-versa, this clearance is called (a) Long duration  (b) Short duration (c) Both long & short duration  (d) Cannot say 15.8 Lightning arrester prevents OHE from (a) Surge & transient voltage  (b) Corrosion of  ve path conductor (c) Back e.m.f.  (d) All of the above December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.047 15.9 Excessive voltage due to surge is bypassed by lightning arrester into Atmosphere in the form of electromagnetic energy (b)Atmosphere in the form of electro static energy Earth All of the above 15.10 Working principle of valve or thyrite type lightning arrester is (a) (+) ve resistance coefficient (b) (-) ve resistance coefficient (c) Ohm s law (d) None of the above 15.11 Non linear resistance is the property of thyrite material i.e. when current increases than resistance of the thyrite (a) Increases (b) Decreases (c) Remains same (d) Can not say 15.12 Allowance for vertical oscillation of contact wire under influence of moving pantographs as per as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD (BG) 2004. (a) 20 mm (b) 30 mm (c) 40 mm (d) 50 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 48 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 16 BONDING & EARTHING 16.1In AC traction return current flows through(a) Traction rail only(b) Earth only(c) Either traction rail or Earth(d) None of the above16.2In AC traction, track bonding is done upto the distance either side from the FP(a) 5 km(b) 3 km(c) 2 km(d) 1 km16.3In AC traction, why track bonding is done upto 1 KM from either side of the FP(a) Beyond this distance return current goes through RC(b) Beyond this distance return current disappears into Earth(c) Beyond this distance return current is not necessary to come upto TSS(d) All of the above16.4In AC traction, cross section area of GI/MS flat for track bonding(a) 200 mm2(b) 240 mm2(c) 300 mm2(d) 350 mm216.5In 25 kV AC OHE, normal capacity of Lightning Arrester (heavy duty type)(a) 25 kV(b) 42 kV(c) 33 kV(d) 66 kV16.6 Non current carrying parts of electrical mach ine is connected to the general mass of the earththrough suitable size of the conductor is called(a) Muffing(b) Overlapping(c) Earthing(d) Lightning arrester16.7What do you mean the term  general mass of th e earth ?(a) Whose reference potential is less than from system voltage(b) Whose reference potential is more than from system voltage(c) Whose reference potential is equal to the system voltage(d) Whose reference potential is zero16.8Normally, which type earth electrode is preferred for earthing in 25 kV AC Installations(a) Plate type(b) Pipe type(c) Strip type(d) None of the above16.9Minimum earth resistance when not specified should not be more than(a) 9 ohm(b) 10 ohm(c) 5 ohm(d) 2.5 ohmDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.04916.10Minimum earth resistance for 25 kV TSS should not be more than(a) 5 ohm(b) 2 ohm(c) 1 ohm(d) 0.5 ohm16.11Minimum earth resistance for 25 kV switching station (SSP / SP etc) should not be more than(a) 5 ohm(b) 2 ohm(c) 1 ohm(d) 0.5 ohm16.12During fault, the potential of the electrode is much above the general mass of the earth. Thispotential is drain into the general mass of the earth upto zero, this phenomena is called(a) Voltage gradient(b) Current gradient(c) Resistance gradient(d) All of the above16.13What do you mean by the term  potential or voltage gradient in earthing system ?(a) Voltage drop between live & earth electrode(b) Voltage drop between live & non current carrying parts of the system(c) Voltage drop between earth electrode & surrounding soil(d) Voltage drop between two points on the earth surface around the earth electrode16.14The resistance area of two earth electrodes should(a) Be as closed as possible(b) Same resistance area(c) Not to be overlap each other(d) All of the above16.15Which factor increases the resistance of the earthing?(a) Aging of the electrode(b) Reducing moisture contents in soil(c) Washing out of the salt(d) All of the above16.16Normally salts are washed out through soils in the period of(a) 1-2 years(b) 4-5 years(c) 6-7 years(d) 8-9 years16.17The soil resistivity depends upon the(a) Grain size of the soil(b) Chemical composition of the soil(c) Moisture contents(d) All of the above16.18Moisture contents in the soils should not be less than (in the term of equivalent weight of thesoil)(a) 10%(b) 20%(c) 30%(d) 40%. 16.19Which factor reduced the earth resistance(a) Packing of the earth pit with powder coke & soft soil(b) Providing salt(c) Sprinkle water(d) All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 50 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 16.20 If earth resistance is still showing high values after providing water, coke & salt. How you solve same problem ? Removed earth connection Additional earthing in series (c) Additional earthing in parallel, whose earth resistance area should be in same zone (d) Additional earthing in parallel, whose earth resistance area should be in separate zone 16.21 Code of practice for earthing is (a) IS:3043-1987 (b) IS:3007-1987  (b) IS:3001-1987 (d) IS: 3045- 1987 16.22 Object & primary requirement of a good earthing system i.e. It should be Stabilize circuit potential with respect to ground & limit overall potential rise Protect men & materials Provided low impedance path to faulty current All of the above December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.051 CHAPTER 17 MAST, FABRICATED MAST AND PORTALS 17.1Full form of RSJ mast(a) Rolled State Joint(b) Rail Steel Joint(c) Rolled Steel Joist(d) Rolled Straight Joint17.2Full form of BFB mast(a) Bent Forzge Beam(b) Broad Forge Beam.(c) Broad Frange Bent(d) Broad Flanged Beam17.3Full form of TTC mast is(a) Track TangentCantilever(b) Two /Three Cantilever(c) Trouble Track Cantilever(d) Two /Three Track cantilever17.4Size of RSJ Mast(a) 152 mm x 152 mm(b) 203 x 203 mm(c) 152 mm x 203 mm(d) 300 mm x 152 mm17.5Size of BFB Mast(a) 152 mm x 152 mm(b) 200 x 200 mm(c) 400 mm x 400 mm(d) All of above17.6Which is K- series mast(a) K- 150(b) K-200(c) K-250(d) All of above17.7Width of K-series mast(a) 152 mm(b) 200 mm(c) 250 mm(d) 300 mm17.8Width of TTC mast(a) 152 mm(b) 250 mm(c) 450 mm(d) 300 mm17.9Size of  N type portal(a) 450 x 450 mm(b) 550 x 550 mm.(c) 300 x 300 mm.(d) 400 x 250 mm.17.10Size of  O type portal(a) 450 x 450 mm(b) 550 x 550 mm(c) 300 X 300 mm(d) 600 x 600 mm17.11Size of  R type portal(a) 450 x 450 mm(b) 550 x 550 mm.(c) 600 x 600 mm.(d) 650 x 650 mm. Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 52CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.017.12Size of  P type portal(a) 450 x 450 mm(b) 550 x 550 mm(c) 300 x 300 mm(d) 400 x 250 mm17.13Size of  G type portal(a) 450 x 450 mm(b) 400 x 400 mm(c) 600 x 600 mm(d) 400 x 250 mm17.14Size of Special BEB portal(a) 152 x 152 mm(b) 152 x 304 mm(c) 200 x 200 mm(d) 300 x 300 mm17.15In BFB mast(a) Flange & depth (web) same(b) Small flange & large web(c) Large flange & small web(d) Can not say17.16In RSJ mast(a) Flange & depth (web) same(b) Large flange & small web(c) Small flange & large web(d) Can not say 17.17 RSJ mast is suitable to resist Both Bending & Twisting movement Good for bending movement but bad for twisting movement Good for twisting movement but bad for bending movement Neither Bending & Twisting movement 17.18 BFB mast is suitable to resist Both Bending & Twisting movement Good for bending movement but bad for twisting movement Good for twisting movement but bad for bending movement Neither Bending & Twisting movement 17.19 Dimension of  B series mast is same as  K s eries except Both channel welded together by lacing of plates Both channel welded together horizontally by plates Both channel welded together horizontally by rods Both channel welded together of horizontally by angles 17.20 Separate structures for each track is much useful than the bridge structures, due to Electrical separation of each track Mechanical separation of each track Both electrical & mechanical separation of each track All of the above 17.21 Approximate per meter weight of RSJ mast is(a) 30.4 kg(b) 37.4 kg(c) 53.3 kg(d) 69 kgDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.053 17.22Approximate per meter weight of BFB mast (152x152mm) is(a) 23.12 kg(b) 30.4 kg(c) 53.3 kg(d) 34 kg17.23Approximate per meter weight of K-200 mast is(a) 30.75 kg(b) 42.65 kg(c) 48.64 kg(d) 56.10 kg17.24Approximate per meter weight of K-225 mast is(a) 42.65 kg(b) 48.64 kg(c) 56.10 kg(d) 65.11 kg17.25Approximate per meter weight of K-250 mast is(a) 65.11 kg(b) 48.64 kg(c) 56.10 kg(d) 69.12 kg17.26BFB mast is suitable at(a) Normal location at straight track(b) Anchoring location(c) At cross over(d) At curve track17.27RSJ mast is suitable at(a) Normal location(b) Anchoring location(c) flatter curve(d) All of the above17.28Fabricated mast is suitable to resistBoth bending movement & twisting movement. Bending movement only Twisting movement only Neither bending movement nor twisting movement. 17.29 What is the disadvantage of RSJ mast compare to fabricated K-200 mast (a) More weight (b) Wind load is greater (c) Deflection of mast is more due to different loads (d) All of the above 17.30 What is the disadvantage of fabricated K-200 mast compare to RSJ mast More width across the track, where track separation is not sufficient Permanent load is greater Deflection of mast at contact wire level is more due to different loads All of the above 17.31 N type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 4 tracks/8 OHE s(b) 4 tracks /4 OHE s(c)4 tracks/6 OHE s(d)6 tracks /8 OHE s17.32 O type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 6 tracks /6 OHE s(b) 8 tracks /8 OHE s(c)6 tracks /9 OHE s(d)6 tracks /12 OHE s17.33 R type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 8 tracks /10 OHE s(b)8 tracks /12 OHE s(c)8 tracks /16 OHE s(d)8 tracks /20 OHE s17.34 P type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 4 tracks /8 OHE s(b) 4 tracks /6 OHE s(c)6 tracks /6 OHE s(d)6 tracks /8 OHE s Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 54CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.017.35 G type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 6 tracks /6 OHE s(b) 6 tracks /10 OHE s(c) 6 tracks /12 OHE s(d)5 tracks /12 OHE s17.36Special BFB type portal is used to cover maximum(a) 5 tracks /5 OHE s(b) 4 tracks /8 OHE s(c) 4 tracks /6 OHE s(d)5 tracks /6 OHE s17.37Maximum clean span for  N type portal(a) 10-20 m(b) 1  10 m(c) 20-30 m(d) 30  4 0 m17.38Maximum clean span for  O type portal(a) 10-20 m(b) 20-30 m(c) 30-40 m(d) 40-50 m17.39Maximum clean span for  R type portal(a) 20-30 m(b) 30-40 m(c) 40-50 m(d) 50-55 m17.40Vertical member of the structure which one end is embedded in foundation is called(a) Mast(b) Upright(c) Both  a &  b is right(d) Neither  a &  b is right17.41Horizontal member of the structure which joined both uprights is called(a) Mast(b) Arm(c) Tower(d) Boom17.42Angle, whichsupport between boom and upright is called(a) Arm(b) Drop arm(c) Mast(d) Knee Bracing17.43Dimension of  N type portal angle is(a) 65 x 65 x 6mm(b) 70 x70 x 8mm(c) 65 x 65 x 8mm(d) 70 x 70 x8 mm17.44Dimension of  O type portal angle is(a) 75 x 75 x 6 mm(b) 75 x 75 x 8 mm(c) 75 x 75 x 10 mm(d) 80 x 80 x8 mm17.45Dimension of  R type portal angle is(a) 80 x 80 x 6 mm(b) 75 x 75 x 8 mm(c) 75 x 75 x 10 mm(d) 80 x 80 x 8 mm17.46Diameter of  N type portal lacing rod is(a) 12 mm(b) 16 mm(c) 18 mm(d) 20 mm17.47Diameter of  O type portal lacing rod is(a) 12 mm(b) 16 mm(c) 18 mm(d) 20 mm17.48Diameter of  R type portal lacing rod is(a) 12 mm(b) 16 mm(c) 18 mm(d) 20 mmDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.055 17.49 Portals are used in multi tracks section such as yard ,where Track centre to centre is inadequate for independent mast Where vertical load is more. where transverse load is more None of above 17.50 OHE can be supported on TTC mast upto the maximum distance from the upright is (a) 4.5m(b) 6 m(c) 9.5m(d) 10.5 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 56 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 18 FOUNDATIONS 18.1Side bearing foundation is used, where soil bearing pressure is more than(a)1000 kgf / m2(b)5000 kgf / m2(c)10,000 kgf / m2(d)25000 kgf / m218.2In side bearing foundation , the(a) Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil at base only (b) Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil both sides of the foundation only Bending movement on the mast is not only resisted by the soil at the base but also by the both sides of the foundation All of above 18.3When forces causing bending movement towards the track the shoulder width should not beless than for side bearing foundation(a) 0.1 m(b) 0.3 m(c) 0.5 m(d) 0.6 m18.4When forces causing bending movement away from the track the shoulder width should not beless than for side bearing foundation(a) 0.2 m(b) 0.3 m(c) 0.4 m(d) 0.5 m 18.5 Side gravity foundation is used where Soil bearing pressure in more than 11000 kgf / m2 and shoulder width is not sufficient Soil bearing pressure is less than 11000kgf/ m2 and shoulder width is not sufficient Soil bearing pressure is less than 11000kgf/ m2 and shoulder width is sufficient All of above. 18.6 In side gravity foundation, to resist pressure developed due to Bending Movement (B.M) the base width of the foundation block extended in the (a) Outer side only (b) In side only (c) Both side only (d) None of the above 18.7 Pure gravity foundation used where Bearing pressure is less than 5000 kgs/ m2 Bearing pressure is more than 11000 kgs/ m2 Bearing pressure is less than 11000 kgs/ m2 Bearing pressure is less than 1100 kgs/ m2 18.8 In pure gravity foundation, the Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil of base only Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil of base and one side foundation Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil of base and two side of foundation Bending movement on the mast is resist by the soil of both side of the foundation December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.05718.9Black cotton (BC) soil is having peculiar characteristics, i.e.(a) When the soil is wet it swells(b) When the soil is wet itexerts upward pressure(c) When the soil is dry, cracks are developed in the soil(d) All of the above18.10In Black Cotton (BC) type foundation , the bottom of the foundation is extended on all foursides, so that super incumbent cone with vertical should not be less than(a) 30 degree(b) 45 degree(c) 60 degree(d) 75 degree18.11The length of mast below rail level for regulated OHE should not be less than.(a) 1.75 m(b) 1.85 m(c) 1.90 m(d) 2.1 m18.12The length of mast below rail level for unregulated OHE should not be less than.(a) 1.75 m(b) 1.85 m(c) 1.90 m(d) 2.1 m18.13The embedment of mast in foundation should not be less than(a) 2.9 m(b) 2.21 m(c) 1.85 m(d) 1.35 m18.14The top of the foundation above the surrounding ground level should not be less than(a) 50-100 mm(b) 200-300 mm(c) 300-400 mm(d) 400-500 mm18.15Vertical distance between the rail level & top of foundation is known as(a) Cess level(b) Encumbrance(c) Safety distance(d) None of the above18.16Cess level is also known as(a) Skip distance(b) Step distance(c) Setting distance(d) None of the above18.17The common values of cess level for regulated OHE is(a) 0.4 m & 0.6 m(b) 0.1 m & 0.2 m(c) 0.3 m & 0.4 m(d) 0.8 m & 0.9 m18.18The common values of cess level for unregulated OHE is(a) 0.1 m & 0.2 m(b) 0.2 m & 0.4 m(c) 0.4 m & 0.6m(d) 0.6 m & 0.8 m18.19The common values of cess level for platform structure is(a) 0.4 m & 0.6 m(b) 0.1 m & 0.2 m(c) 0.3 m & 0.4 m(d) Zero18.20Generally guy rod is provided to support anchor structure at the angle of(a) 100 - 200(b) 200- 300(c) 300 - 400(d) 450 Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 58CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.018.21Dwarf mast anchoring is used at(a) Platform(b) Where distance beyond the mast is not available to erect guy rod(c) Between two tracks, where track separation is not sufficient(d) All of the above18.22Ratio of Cement, Sand, Ballast, in concrete for normal foundation is(a) 1:1:3(b) 1:2:4(c) 1:3:4:(d) 1:3:618.23Ratio of Cement, Sand, Ballast, in concrete for special foundation is(a) 1:2:3(b) 1:2:4(c) 1:3:6(d) 1:2:618.24Which digit code is used to choose the correct size of foundation in AC traction(a) One digit code(b) Two digit code(c) Three digit code(d) Four digit code18.25In three digit code system of foundation, the first digit (100th place) represent the(a) Vertical load(b) Bending moment(c) Twist moment(d) Wind load18.26In three digit code system of foundation, the next two digit (i.e 10th or 1st place) represent themagnitude of the(a) Axial load(b) Non axial load(c) Bending movement(d) None of the above18.27The stability of foundation is known as the term  Eccentricity A= M/N where m = movementof the bottom of foundation, N = total vertical load,a = width of foundation of base ( across the track) For the stability of foundation(a) a(b) a / 2(c) a / 4(d) a / 8 December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.059 CHAPTER 19 IMPLANTATION 19.1The distance between centre line of the track to the nearest face of the structure is called(a) Clear span(b) Track separation(c) Implantation(d) Track clearance19.2Implantation is also known as(a) Skip distance(b) Setting distance(c) Clear span(d) Track separation19.3Implantation in open ( Main) line is(a) 2.21 m(b) 2.36 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 2.75 m19.4Implantation in yard (old) is(a) 2.21 m(b) 2.36 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 2.75 m19.5Implantation in yard (new) is(a) 2.21 m(b) 2.75 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 3.0 m19.6Implantation at platform (B.G.) is(a) 4.75 m(b) 4.00 m(c) 5.20 m(d) 3.0 m19.7Minimum Implantation at obligatory mast is(a) 3.0 m(b) 3.2 m(c) 2.5 m(d) 2.75 m 19.8 For portal UP right or a mast carrying more than one OHE s, the setting distance should not be less than (a) 2.5 m(b) 2.75 m(c) 2.9 m(d) 3.0 m19.9Implantation for 0 to 2 degree out side curve is(a) 2.65 m(b) 2 .90 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 2.75 m19.10Implantation for above 2 degree out side curve is(a) 2.65 m(b) 2 .90 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 2.75 m19.11Implantation for inside curve up to1/2 degree curve is(a) 2.65 m(b) 2 .90 m(c) 2.50 m(d) 3.00 m19.12Implantation for inside curve up to3/4 degree curve is(a) 3.05 m(b) 2 .90 m(c) 3.25 m(d) 3.00 m19.13Implantation for inside curve up to 1& 1/2 degree curve is(a) 3.05 m(b) 3.25 m(c) 3.15 m(d) 3.00 m19.14Implantation for inside curve up to6 degree curve is(a) 3.25 m(b) 3.30 m(c) 3.35 m(d) 3.5 m19.15Minimum distance of OHE structure in advance of a signal(a) 10 m(b) 20 m(c) 30 m(d) 50 m19.16Minimum distance of OHE structure in behind of a signal(a) 10 m(b) 20 m(c) 30 m(d) 50 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 60 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 20 OHE INSULATORS & CLASSIFICATION OF INSULATIONS AND VOLTAGES 20.1Solid core insulators, which are used in OHE mostly made of(a) Porcelain(b) Glass(c) Fiber(d) P.V.C.20.2In 25 kV AC traction, Stay tube insulator is used in cantilever assembly in between(a) Mast fitting & stay tube(b)Mast fitting & bracket tube(c) Bracket tube & register arm(d)Register arm & stay tube.20.3In 25 kV AC traction, Bracket tube insulator is used in cantilever assembly in between :-(a)Mast fitting & stay tube(b) Mast fitting & bracket tube(c)Bracket tube & register arm(d) Register arm & stay tube20.49-Ton insulator is used mainly(a) To support catenary & contact on structure(b) Anchoring of OHE conductors(c) Support cross span wire(d) Support in section insulator assembly20.5What do you main by 9- Ton(a)It tensile strength is9- ton(b) It sustain 9000 Volt continuously(c) It prevent the flow of current upto 9000 amps(d) All of the above 20.6 Where post insulators are used ? Isolator switch assembly only Both in Isolator switch & to maintain clearance under ROB/FOB In Section insulator assembly In Cantilever assembly 20.7Post insulator is also known as(a)Tie rod insulator(b)9- tones insulator(c)Section insulator(d)Pedestal insulator20.8Sectioning insulator is used in(a) Cantilever assembly(b) Section insulator(c) Switch assembly(d) Under ROB/FOB20.9Tie rod insulator is used in(a) Cantilever assembly(b) Section insulator(c) Isolator Switch assembly(d) Under ROB/FOB20.10Tie rod insulator is used in isolator switch assembly in between(a) Operating rod & moving blade(b) Operating rod & fix contact(c) Switch body & fix contact(d) Switch body & moving contactDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.061 20.11In 25 kV AC traction, suspension insulator is used to support(a) Catenary wire(b) Contact wire(c) Return conductor(d) Cross span wire20.12Length of 9-toninsulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 542 mm(d) 420 mm20.13Length of staytubeinsulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 542 mm(d) 420 mm20.14Length of bracket tube insulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 542 mm(d) 420 mm20.15Length of pedestal insulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 550 mm(d) 420 mm20.16Length of tie rod insulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 550 mm(d) 420 mm20.17Length of sectioninginsulator is(a) 500 mm(b) 525 mm(c) 500 mm(d) 420 mm20.18Maximum hot spot temperature for  Y class i nsulating material is(a) 75o C(b) 80o C(c) 90o C(d) 95o C20.19Maximum hot spot temperature for  A class i nsulating material is(a) 100o C(b) 105o C(c) 110o C(d) 115o C20.20Maximum hot spot temperature for  E class i nsulating material is(a) 120o C(b) 105o C(c) 130o C(d) 125o C20.21Maximum hot spot temperature for  B class i nsulating material is(a) 140o C(b) 155o C(c) 130o C(d) 150o C20.22Maximum hot spot temperature for  F class i nsulating material is(a) 140o C(b) 155o C(c) 130o C(d) 150o C20.23Maximum hot spot temperature for  H class i nsulating material is(a) 160o C(b) 175o C(c) 180o C(d) above 180o C20.24Maximum hot spot temperature for  C class in sulating material is(a) 160o C(b) 175o C(c) 180o C(d) Above 180o C20.25As per classification of insulating materialaccording totemperature, porcelain & ceramicscomes in which class ?(a)  H class(b)  C class(c)  E class(d)  F class Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 62 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 20.26As per classification of insulating materialaccording to temperature, epoxy glass fiber resincomes in which class ?(a)  H class(b)  C class(c)  E class(d) F class20.27As per classification of insulating materialaccording to temperature , PVCin which class ?(a)  Y class(b)  A class(c)  E class(d) F class20.28What do you understand by the low voltage ?(a) Upto 110 volt(b) Upto 150 volt(c) Upto 200 volt(d) Upto 250 volt20.29What do you understand by the medium voltage ?(a) Above 250 volt to 440 volt(b) Above 250 volt to 650 volt(c) Above 250 volt to 750 volt(d) Above 250 volt to 900 volt20.30What do you understand by the high voltage ?(a) Above 650 volt to 2.2 kV(b) Above 650 volt to 11 kV(c) Above 650 volt to 22 kV(d) Above 650 volt to 33 kV 20.31 What do you understand by the extra high voltage (EHV) ? (a) Above 132 kV(b) Above 66 kV(c) Above 110 kV(d) Above 33 kV20.32What is the maximum variation permitted in the frequency(a) 1 %(b) 3 %(c) 5 %(d) 10 %20.33What is the kV grade of the insulators which are used in 25 kV AC OHE(a) 25 kV grade(b) 42 kV grade(c) 52 kV grade(d) 33 kV grade 20.34 There are four type pollution zone based on preventive measures to reduce the incidence of insulator flashover. In non polluted zone  A , the periodicity of cleaning of insulator should be (a) Cleaning not require  (b) Along with AOH (c) Twice a year, once with AOH  (d) Thrice in a year 20.35 There are four type pollution zone based on preventive measures to reduce the incidence of insulator flashover. In light polluted zone  B , th e periodicity of cleaning of insulator should be (a) Cleaning not require  (b) Along with AOH (c) Twice a year (along with AOH & before monsoon)  (d) Thrice in a year 20.36 There are four type pollution zone based on preventive measures to reduce the incidence of insulator flashover. In medium polluted zone  C , the periodicity of cleaning of insulator should be (a) Cleaning not require  (b) 3-4 times in a year (c) Thrice a year (along with AOH & before monsoon)  (d) Once in a year 20.37 There are four type pollution zone based on preventive measures to reduce the incidence of insulator flashover. In heavy polluted zone  D , th e periodicity of cleaning of insulator should be (a) Cleaning not require  (b) More than 4 times in a year (c) 3-4 times in a year  (d) Thrice in a year December, 2013  Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.063 20.38 Which preventive measure should be taken to reduce the insulator flash over in heavy polluted zone  D ? Cleaning of the insulator should be more than 4 times in a year Used long creep age path insulator Silicon grease on insulator All of the above 20.39 Choose the correct sequence for method of application of silicon grease on insulator which given below Using a dry dongari cloth to clean insulator Clean muslin cloth or soft nylon brush dipped in silicon grease The surface of the insulator should be cleaned with dongri cloth soaked in kerosene oil & clean muslin cloth Grease is uniformly applied on the entire ceramic surface of the insulator to a thickness of 1.5 mm to 2 mm. (a) 3-1-2-4 (b) 1-3-2-4 (c) 1-3-4-2 (d) 1-3-4-2 20.40 Di-electric strength of silicon grease is (a) 5 kV/mm (b) 9 kV/mm (c) 12 kV/mm (d) 33 kV/mm 20.41 How much tensile load (70%) should be given for one minutes for testing of 9-ton insulator before installation (a) 9000 kgf (b) 5940 kgf (c) 3240 kgf (d) 6930 kgf 20.42 How much tensile load (70%) should be given for one minutes for testing of stay tube or bracket tube insulator before installation (a) 5220 kgf(b) 4900kgf(c) 3240 kgf(d) 3580kgf 20.43 Which type insulator should be destroyed after testing of insulator (a) Break (b) Sign of permanent deformation (c) Crack or loosing of metal pin (d) All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 64 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 21 Over Dimension Consignment (ODC) 21.1 A consignment has length, width & height such that one or more of these parameters infringes standard moving dimensions at any point from start to destination , then the consignment is called (a) Over design consignment(b) Over dimension consignment(c) Out dimension consignment(d) Over dimension coach21.2For broad gauge, standard moving dimension for length is(a) 13716 mm(b) 13726 mm(c) 13736 mm(d)13763 mm21.3For broad gauge, standard moving dimension for height at centre is(a) 2134 mm(b) 2193 mm(c) 2743 mm(d)2134 mm21.4For broad gauge, standard moving dimension for height at corner is(a) 2134 mm(b) 2193 mm(c) 2743 mm(d)2134 mm21.5For broad gauge, standard moving dimension for width is(a) 2834 mm(b) 2997 mm(c) 2797 mm(d)2754 mm21.6For broad gauge, standard moving dimension for top width is(a) 570 mm(b) 1676 mm(c) 743 mm(d)610 mm21.7For meter gauge, standard moving dimension for length is(a) 13143 mm(b) 13000 mm(c) 13720 mm(d)12192 mm21.8For meter gauge, standard moving dimension for height at centre is(a) 2540 mm(b) 2997 mm(c) 2743 mm(d)2134 mm21.9For meter gauge, standard moving dimension for height at corner is(a) 2540 mm(b) 2997 mm(c) 2743 mm(d)2134 mm21.10For meter gauge, standard moving dimension for width is(a) 2540 mm(b) 2997 mm(c) 2743 mm(d)2134 mm21.11For meter gauge, standard moving dimension for top width is(a) 570 mm(b) 590 mm(c) 610 mm(d)645 mm21.12Which type of ODCis permitted in electrified section ?(a)  A class ODC(b)  B class ODC(c)  C class ODC(d) All of the above21.13If the gross clearance between ODC & fixed structure is 228.6 and above, than ODC is called(a)  A class ODC(b)  B class ODC(c)  C class ODC(d)All of the aboveDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.065 21.14 If the gross clearance between ODC & fixed structure is in between 228.6 mm to 152.4 mm, than ODC is called (a)  A class ODC (b)  B class ODC (c)  C class ODC (d) All of the above 21.15 If the gross clearance between ODC & fixed structure is in between 152.4 mm to 76.2 mm, than ODC is called (a)  A class ODC (b)  B class ODC (c)  C class ODC (d) All of the above 21.16 In 25 kV AC traction, if clearance between ODC & contact wire is more than 390 mm than ODC permitted with No speed restriction & with power block No speed restriction & with out power block 15 kmph speed & with out power block None of the above 21.17 In 25 kV AC traction, if clearance between ODC & contact wire is less than 390 mm but more 340 mm, than ODC permitted with No speed restriction & with power block No speed restriction & with out power block 15 kmph speed & with out power block none of the above 21.18 In 25 kV AC traction, if clearance between ODC & contact wire is less than 340 mm but more 100 mm ,than ODC permitted with No speed restriction & with power block No speed restriction & with out power block 15 kmph speed & with power block ODC not permitted 21.19 In 25 kV AC traction, if clearance between ODC & contact wire is less than 100 mm, than ODC permitted No speed restriction & with power block No speed restriction & with out power block 15 kmph speed & with power block ODC not permitted 21.20ODC movement should be accompanied by OHE staff, when clearance between ODC &contact wire is less than(a) 390 mm(b) 340 mm(c) 320 mm(d) 270 mm21.21The permissible maximum height of ODC(a) 4.62 m(b) 4.52 m(c) 4.72 m(d) 4.42 m Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 66 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 22 AUTO TENSIONING DEVICE (ATD) 22.1 What do mean by the  regulating ratio of Aut o Tensioning Device (ATD) ? Counter weight : pulleys weight Weight of OHE in one span length Tension in OHE : counter weight Tension in contact wire : counter weight 22.2What will be the  regulating ratio of winch t ype Auto Tensioning Device (ATD) ?(a) 1:1(b) 2:1(c) 3:1(d) 5:122.3What will be the  regulating ratio of 2-pul ley block system type ATD ?(a) 1:1(b) 2:1(c) 3:1(d) 5:122.4What will be the  regulating ratio of 3 pull ey block system type ATD ?(a) 1:1(b) 2:1(c) 3:1(d) 5:122.5ATD & its parameters is design for the standard temperature(a) 40 C(b) 160 C(c) 350 C(d) 650 C22.6In winch type ATD, the measurement  Y is the distance between Rail level & bottom of the counter weight Top of muff & bottom of the counter weight Centre of fixed pulley & top of the counter weight None of the above 22.7 In 2 or 3- pulley block ATD, the measurement  Y is the distance between Rail level & bottom of the counter weight Top of muff & bottom of the counter weight Centre of fixed pulley & top of the counter weight None of the above 22.8 In winch type ATD, the measurement  Z is the distance between Drum centre to centre of movable pulley Nearest face of the structure to drum centre Nearest face of the structure to the centre of movable pulley None of the above 22.9 In 3- pulley block system ATD, the measurement  X is the distance between Centre of 1 st fixed pulley to centre of movable pulley Nearest face of the structure to fixed pulley centre Nearest face of the structure to centre of movable pulley Centre of middle fixed pulley to movable pulley centre December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.067 22.10 In 2- pulley block system ATD, the measurement  X is the distance between Centre of fixed pulley to centre of movable pulley Nearest face of the structure to fixed pulley centre Nearest face of the structure to centre of movable pulley Centre of fixed pulley to Rail level 22.11In winch type ATD, the counter weight is(a) 400 kg(b) 465 kg(c) 440 kg(d) 665 kg22.12In 2 -pulley blocktype ATD, the counter weight is(a) 400 kg(b) 465 kg(c) 440 kg(d) 665 kg22.13In 3- pulley blocktype ATD, the counter weight is(a) 400 kg(b) 465 kg(c) 440 kg(d) 665 kg22.14In 3- pulley blocktype ATD, the diameter of pulley& & ..old & & & new respectively(a) 150 mm & 250 mm(b) 160 mm & 200 mm(c) 170 mm & 250 mm(d) 150 mm & 240 mm22.15In 3- pulley blocktype ATD(new), the measurement  X at 35 0 C is(a) 1250 mm(b) 1300 mm(c) 1150 mm(d) 1050 mm22.16In 3- pulley blocktype ATD(old), the measurement  X at 35 0 C is(a) 1250 mm(b) 1300 mm(c) 1150 mm(d) 1050 mm22.17In 3-pulley block type ATD(new & old), the measurement  Y at 35 0 C is(a) 2600 mm(b) 2500 mm(c) 2450 mm(d) 2300 mm22.18In winch type ATD, the measurement  Z at 35 0 C is(a) 1250 mm(b) 1300 mm(c) 1150 mm(d) 1050 mm22.19In winch type ATD, the measurement  Y at 35 0 C is(a) 2600 mm(b) 2500 mm(c) 2450 mm(d) 2300 mm22.20In tramway type regulated OHE, the tension is kept in contact wire(a) 2000 kg(b) 1500 kg(c) 1250 kg(d) 1000 kg22.21In tramway type OHE, the measurement  Y at 3 50 C , for winch type ATD is(a) 2600 mm(b) 2500 mm(c) 2450 mm(d) 2300 mm22.22In tramway type OHE, the measurement  Z at 350 C , for winch type ATD is(a) 1100 mm(b) 1200 mm(c) 1250 mm(d) 1300 mm22.23In tramway type OHE, the measurement  X at 3 50 C , for 3- pulley block ATD is(a) 1100 mm(b) 1200 mm(c) 1250 mm(d) 1300 mm22.24In tramway type OHE, the measurement  Y at 3 50 C , for 3- pulley block ATD is(a) 2300 mm(b) 2400 mm(c) 2500 mm(d) 2600 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 68CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.022.25Ambient temperature is always& & & & than the objecttemperature(a) less(b) same(c) higher(d) uncertain22.26Linear coefficient of copper i.e. a is(a) 17x10-6 mm/m/ 0 C(b) 1.7x10-6 mm/m/ 0 C(c) 17x10-6 m/m/ 0 C(d) 23x10-6 mm/m/ 0 C22.27In tramway type OHE , the counter weight for winch type or 2- pulley ATD is(a) 200 kg(b) 415 kg(c) 250 kg(d) 400 kg22.28In tramway type OHE , the counter weight for three pulley ATD is(a) 200 kg(b) 415 kg(c) 265 kg(d) 400 kg 22.29 In winch type ATD, If the variation in  Z va lues is 10 mm ,what will be the variation in  Y value (a) 10 mm (b) 50 mm (c) 30 mm (d) 40 mm 22.30 In 2- pulley type ATD, If the variation in  X values is 5 mm, what will be the variation in  Y value (a) 10 mm (b) 20 mm (c) 30 mm (d) 25 mm 22.31In 3- pulley type ATD, If the variation in  X values is 10 mm ,what will be the variation in  Y  value(a) 10 mm(b) 20 mm(c) 30 mm(d) 40 mm22.32If tension length is maximum 750 m, ATD is provided at one end and other end is fixed anchor.Where will be the anticreep point in this condition?(a) 350 m from the ATD(b) 375 m from the ATD(c) 300 mfrom the ATD(d) Anti-creep not required22.33Length of stain less steel rope in winch type ATD(a) 7.5 m(b) 9 m(c) 10.5 m(d) 12.75 m22.34Length of stain less steel rope in 3- pulley block type ATD(a) 7.5 m(b) 9 m(c) 10.5 m(d) 12.75 m22.3520 mm wide band is painted on anchoring structure of ATDto show the different values of  Y at different temperature, the distance between two bands depends upon the(a) Span length(b) Tension in OHE conductors(c) Sag in OHE conductors(d) Tension length22.36If stain less steel rope breakage,anti falling rod is provided in ATD to prevent OHE falling down to earth Counter weight falling down to earth Both OHE & counter weight , falling down to earth none of the above December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.06922.37If SS wire of ATD broken, OHE does not come on ground due to(a) 9-ton insulator(b) Fixed pulley(c) Movable pulley(d) Hex tie rod22.38In semi regulated OHE, i.e. one end of tension length is fixed anchor & other end of tensionlength is anchored on 3- pulley block type ATD, What will be the weight of counter weight ?(a) 665 kg(b) 333 kg(c) 400 kg(d) 1250 kg22.39In semi regulated OHE, i.e. one end of tension length is fixed anchor & other end of tensionlength is anchored on Winch type ATD, What will be the weight of counter weight ?(a) 665 kg(b) 200 kg(c) 400 kg(d) 1250 kg22.40If SS wire of ATD breaks, the sag in shorter tension length of OHE inComparison of largertension length will be(a) More(b) Less(c) Remains same(d) Can not say 22.41 Due to breakage of SS wire of ATD of cross over OHE, panto entanglement may takes place. To minimize the possibility of panto entanglement , action should be taken by providing/ adjusting  X parameter should be increased  X parameter should be decreased (c) Y parameter should be increased Inserting a pipe of suitable length in hex tie rod of ATD 22.42 To minimize the possibility of panto entanglement , inserting a pipe of suitable length in hex tie rod (ATD). Suitable length of pipe depends upon Lowest temperature in the region Highest temperature in the region Both tension length & lowest temperature in the region Both tension length & highest temperature in the region 22.43 Material of the pipe, which is inserted in the hex tie rod of cross over ATD (a) Aluminum(b) G.I.(c) MS(d) Brass22.44Diameter of the pipe, which is inserted in the hex tie rod of cross over ATD(a) 10 mm(b) 12 mm(c) 16 mm(d) 20 mm22.45The bearing should be replaced during(a) Each POH(b) Alternate POH(c) AOH(d) Alternate AOH22.46Lubricate theSS wire ropes at least once in a year with(a) Lithium base grease(b) BalmerolRopelube 1000(c) Graphite grease(d) Lube Oil Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 70CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.022.47Periodicity of end reversal of wire rope of 3- pulley type ATD should be done during(a) AOH(b) Alternate AOH(c) POH(d) Alternate POH22.48How many places, ovality of wire rope should be checked at 300 mmnear pulley apart bymeasuring rope diameter at right angle(a) One(b) Two(c) Three(d) Four22.49SS wire rope should be replaced with new lubricated wire rope, if ovality is found(a) Less than 0.51(b) Less than 0.41(c) More than 0.51(d) None of the above22.50Check the condition of SS wire rope through magnifying glass for(a) Loose wire/strands and bird caging(b) Broken wire/strands(c) Rusting, pitting/corrosion(d) All of the above December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.071 CHAPTER 23 OHE MAINTENANCE 23.1 Current collection test is carried out in OHE to find out Current carrying capacity of catenary wire Current carrying capacity of contact wire Current carrying capacity of different jumpers Location of sparking during movement of pantograph 23.2 Current collection test is carried out during (a) Before monsoon (b) During monsoon (c) After monsoon (d) Night only 23.3 Places, where sparking takes place during current collection test .What may be the reason of sparking ? (a) OHE is not proper (b) Track is not proper (c) Rolling stock is not proper (d) All of the above or either (a) or(b) or (c) 23.4 Places, where sparking takes place during current collection test .What may be the reason of sparking on account of OHE ? (a) Kink in OHE (b) Improper gradient of contact wire (c) Improper tension in OHE conductors (d) All of the above 23.5 How current collection test is carried out with live OHE ? A mirror is fixed in rear cab of a loco & get reflection of the panto & OHE from cab 8- wheeler tower wagon with equipped such facilities Recording car All of the above 23.6The current collection test is carried out by the depot in-charge over his entire section within(a) One month(b) Three months(c) Six months(d) One year23.6The current collection test is carried out by the AEE/TRD over his entire section within(a) One month(b) Three months(c) Six months(d) One year23.7Object of the AOH is At random checking Parts should be as new as first installed To rectify the defects ,which are developed during one year service All of the above 23.8 Object of the POH is Permanent overhauling Maintenance free To rectify the deficiencies ,which is developed during service To become fittings as new one as first time introduced Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 72CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.023.9From any live part of the OHE, tree branches should not be nearer than(a) 0.5 m(b) 1 m(c) 2 m(d) 4 m23.10During yearly maintenance of OHE, how much variation is not permitted in setting distancewith the original figure(a) Above 30 mm(b) Above 35mm(c) Above 40mm(d) Above 45mm23.11During yearly maintenance of OHE, how much variation is not permitted in rail level with theoriginal figure(a) Above 5 mm(b) Above 15 mm(c) Above 10 mm(d) Above 20 mm23.12In one tension length of OHE, maximum splices can be provided ?(a) 20(b) 15(c) 10(d) 523.13The distance between adjacent splices should not more than(a) 300 m(b) 200 m(c) 100 m(d) 250 m23.14To check free movement of ATD, what weight is required for pulling counter weight(a) 10 kgf(b) 5 kgf(c) 20 kgf(d) 25 kgf23.15Speed of tower wagon, when checking contact wire level & stagger(a) 20 km/h(b) 10 km/h(c) 15 km/h(d) 25 km/h23.16Foot patrolling is carried out by the technician of the section (Main Line) and yard once in(a) 12 days(b) 20 days(c) 15 days(d) 10 days23.17Foot patrolling is carried out by the technician of the suburban sections once in(a) One week(b) Two week(c) Three week(d) Four week23.18Foot patrolling is carried out by the JE/SE ofthe sections once in(a) Three month(b) Six month(c) Four month(d) Two month 23.19 PG clamps (8no.) from  G jumper location can be reused during POH ? Check, clean & reused at same location Reused at other location after checks, clean in workshop and OHE depot Reused after one year after checks, clean in workshop and OHE depot Can not be reused 23.20Periodicity of contact wire ending clamp visual inspection is(a) one year(b) 2 years(c) 4.5 years(d) 8 years23.21Periodicity of contact wire ending clamp replacement by new one is(a) 4 years(b) 9 years in alternate POH(c) 4.5 years(d) 8 years23.22Periodicity of catenary wire ending clamp visual inspection is(a) one year(b) 2 years(c) 4.5 years(d) 8 yearsDecember, 2013Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.07323.23Periodicity of catenary wire ending clamp replacement is(a) once in 4 years(b) 9 years in alternate POH & can not be reused(c) 4.5 years(d) 8 years &can be reused23.24Periodicity of contact wire splice replacement is(a) 4 years & reused(b) 4 years & can not be reused(c) 9 years & reused(d) 9 years & can not be reused23.25Periodicity of contact wire ending clamps replacement at section insulator is(a) 4 years & reused(b) 4 years & can not be reused(c) 9 years & reused(d) 9 years & can not be reused23.26As per electrical standard committee report on OHE maintenance report AOH i.e. IOH ofsingle cantilever location in non heavy polluted zone shall be done once in:(a) 6 months(b) 12 months(c) 18 months(d) 24 months23.27During AOH of PG clamp, which point should be done(a) open out PG clamp & clear the groove and wire properly(b) check & clean oxide from surface(c) applying corrosion inhibiting compound(d) all of the above23.28POH of 9-ton insulator is done in every(a) 3 years(b) 4 years(c) 4.5 years(d) 5 years23.29All the 8 OHE PG clamps at the  G jumper s hould be replaced during once in ?(a) 6 months(b) one year(c) 2 years(d) 4.5 years23.30Periodicity of RRA clamp to be carried out(a) one year(b) 2 years(c) 4.5 years(d) 8 years Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 74 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 24 MAINTENANCE BLOCKS & OHE BREAKDOWNS 24.1Traffic block is granted to the OHE supervisors for heavy maintenance work by(a) Section controller in consultation with the TPC(b) TPC in consultation with the section controller(c) Section controller with the permission of TPC(d) TPC with the permission ofsection controller24.2Power block is granted to the OHE supervisors for heavy maintenance work by(a) Section controller in consultation with the TPC(b) TPC in consultation with the section controller(c) Section controller with the permission of TPC(d) TPC with the permission ofsection controller24.3During traffic block, which type vehicles movement is blockedin traffic block section ?(a) Electric hauled(b) Diesel hauled(c) Steam hauled(d) All of the above24.4During power block, which type vehicles movement is blockedin power block section ?(a) Electric hauled(b) Diesel hauled(c) Steam hauled(d) All of the above24.5Which type ofpower block is required for daily routine maintenance work of OHE in mainline ?(a) Pre-arranged power block(b) Local power block(c) Emergency power block(d) All of the above24.6Which type ofpower blockis required for daily routine maintenance work of OHE insecondary line ?(a) Pre-arranged power block(b) Local power block(c) Emergency power block(d) All of the above24.7In locally arranged power block, supply of the siding or yard is shut down by(a) TPC(b) Section controller(c) Yard master(d) OHE in charge, who required power block24.8Which case, TPC arranged emergency power block ? A damaged OHE or feeder falling down and or persons or animals or vehicle or falling trees coming in contact with or likely to come in contact with live equipment A damaged electric loco & driver requires the permit to work Derailment or any other accident on the electrified section All of the above December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.07524.9In the private no. book, private no. s are printed in the form of(a) Two digits, serially(b) Three digits, serially(c) Two digits, not serially(d) Three digits, not serially24.10Private no. book is an important documents and it should be carefully preserved for a period of(a) One year(b) Five years(c) Two years(d) Three years24.11The requisition for power block is sent to the TPC in the prescribed Performa is called(a) Performa A (b) Performa B (c) Performa C (d) Performa D 24.12The permit to work (PTW) is issued by the TPC in the prescribed Performa called(a) Performa A (b) Performa B (c) Performa C (d) Performa D 24.13The cancellation of the power block is sent to the TPC in the prescribed Performa is called(a) Performa A (b) Performa B (c) Performa C (d) Performa D 24.14Before granting power block in the section, the longitudinal protection and lateral protection inthe section is arranged by(a) TPC(b) Section controller(c) TNL(d) Station master 24.15 Which point should be considered by the person, who returned power block to the TPC All men & materials have been withdrawn from the electrified equipment and its vicinity All earthing should be removed All working staff should be warned that the power supply is to be restored All of the above 24.16A section on which power block has been granted, the longitudinal protection as a protectivemeasure is taken to stop the movement of electric loco running on the(a) Same track(b) Adjacent track(c) Diamond crossing(d) All of the above24.17A section on which power block has been granted, the lateral protection as aprotective measure is taken to stop the movement of electric loco running on the(a) Same track(b) Adjacent track(c) Cross over track to the same track(d) All of the above 24.18 Which types of OHE breakdown are usually occur in OHE Uprooting of or damage to OHE mast on account of cyclone derailment etc. Entanglement of panto with the OHE ,snapping of OHE conductors on account of fault & stray wire etc. Flash over or other damage to insulators All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 76 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 24.19 If OHE breakdown or defect in OHE , which are likely to affect the train services noticed by any railway servant, will be reported immediately to (a) TPC (c) Section controller  (b) Station master (d) Either (a) or (b) or (c) 24.20 On receipt of the first report about the breakdown by the TPC , the first & prime step is taken by the TPC Direct TRD official to proceed to the site Inform Sr. DEE /TRD & other officers and seek their direction Switch off power supply to the affected lines & inform the section controller Permitting movement of steam or diesel hauled train, if possible 24.21 The first supervisors or officers of the TRD, reaching the site of the breakdown should Make a quick assessment of damage & the time required for restoration Arrange for preservation of evidence Arrange or ensure the safety rules to be observed as per GR & SR All of the above 24.22 The Sr. DEE/TRD should also proceed to the site in the event of major breakdown, when likely to result in interruption of traffic for more than (a) 12 hours (c) 5 hours  (b) 8 hours (d) 4 hours December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.077 CHAPTER 25 ELECTRICAL CROSSING OF THE RAILWAY TRACKS 25.1 What do you mean by  Electrical Crossing of t he Railway tracks ? Underground electrical power line crossing across Rly. tracks Over head electrical power line crossing across Rly tracks Both (a) & (b) OHE crossing across LC gate 25.2 Electrical crossing of the railway tracks are classified on the basis of clearances viz. (1) category  A (2) category  B (3) category  C What do you mean by category  A Crossing of the tracks electrified on 1500 volt DC system Crossing of the tracks electrified on 25 kV AC system or likely to electrified Crossing of the tracks not likely to be electrified in future All of the above 25.3 Electrical crossing of the railway tracks are classified on the basis of clearances viz. (1) category  A (2) category  B (3) category  C . What do you mean by category  B Crossing of the tracks electrified on 1500 volt DC system Crossing of the tracks electrified on 25 kV AC system or likely to electrified Crossing of the tracks not likely to be electrified in future All of the above 25.4 Electrical crossing of the railway tracks are classified on the basis of clearances viz. (1) category  A (2) category  B (3) category  C . What do you mean by category  C Crossing of the tracks electrified on 1500 V DC system Crossing of the tracks electrified on 25 kV AC system or likely to electrified Crossing of the tracks not likely to be electrified in future All of the above 25.5All electrical crossing upto 650 volt for category  A &  B shall have to be by means of(a) Underground cable(b) Overhead conductors(c) Either  A or  B (d) None of the above25.6All electrical crossing between 650 volt & 11 kV for category  C shall have to be by means of(a) Underground cable(b) Overhead conductors(c) Either  A or  B (d) None of the above25.7Normally overhead crossing has to be allowed at 90 0angle to the track, but in special cases ,maximum deviation is allowed upto(a) 15 0(b) 30 0(c) 45 0(d) 60 0 Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 78 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 25.8 The distance between the centre line of the nearest track & supporting structure (i.e. crossing span) should not be less than in over line cases Height of the supporting structure Height of the supporting structure + 6 meters Height of the supporting structure + 5 meters Height of the supporting structure + 10 meters 25.9 Cross span wires will not employ the wires, which breaking strength is less than (a) 360 kg (b) 560 kg (c) 1000 kg (d) 2200 kg 25.10 How many joints is allowed in cross span wire of electrical crossing ? (a) Three  (b) Two  (c) One  (d) Nil 25.11 Guard wires consist of GI should not be less than (a) 6 SWG  (b) 10 SWG  (c) 11 SWG  (d) 17 SWG 25.12 As far as possible, crossing will be located at the mid span of OHE, but in no case, the horizontal distance of crossing from traction mast should not be less than (a) 1 m (b) 2 m (c) 6 m (d) 10 m 25.13 The minimum clearance between crossing OHL conductors or guard wire & OHE traction conductors should not be less than (a) 1 m (b) 2 m (c) 6 m (d) 10 m 25.14 In worst condition, The minimum clearance between crossing OHL conductors & guard wire should not be less than(a) 1 m(b) 2 m(c) 6 m(d) 1.5 m 25.15 Suitable anti climbing devices and warning notices are to be provided on the supporting structures of crossing span, where the voltage of the OHL exceeds (a) 220 volt (b) 440 volt (c) 650 volt (d) 11 KV 25.16 All supporting structures of crossing span have to be properly earthed & their earth resistance should not be more than (a) 0.5 ohm (b) 2 ohm (c) 5 ohm (d) 10 ohm 25.17 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor upto & including 11kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) Under ground cable(b) 2 .0 m(c) 6.0 m(d) 10.0 m 25.18 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 11 kV & upto 66 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) Under ground cable(b) 2.44 m(c) 3.40 m(d) 3.05.0 m December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.079 25.19 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 66 kV & upto 132 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) Under ground cable(b) 2.44 m(c) 3.05 m(d) 4.58 m 25.20 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 132 kV & upto 220 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) Under ground cable(b) 2.44 m(c) 3.05 m(d) 4.58 m 25.21 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 220 kV & upto 400 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 5.49 m (b) 6.54 m (c) 6.0 m (d) 10.0 m 25.22 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 400 kV & upto 500 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) ) 6.54 m (b) 7.94 m (c) 7.65 m (d) 8.62 m 25.23 What is the minimum clearance between highest traction conductor and lowest crossing conductor above 500 kV & upto 800 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 7.65 m (b) 8.62 m (c) 7.94 m (d) 8.62 m 25.24 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions upto and including 650 volts as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012 . ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 2500 mm (b) 2000 mm (c) 3000 mm (d) 1500 mm 25.25 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 650 volts and upto & including 33 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 2500 mm (b) 3700 mm (c) 3500 mm (d) 3200 mm 25.26 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 33 kV and upto & including 66 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 3500 mm (b) 3700 mm (c) 4000 mm (d) 4500 mm 25.27 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 66 kV and upto & including 132 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 3500 mm (b) 3700 mm (c) 4000 mm (d) 4600 mm Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 80 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 25.28 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 132 kV and upto & including 165 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 4900 mm (b) 3700 mm (c) 4000 mm (d) 4600 mm 25.29 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 165 kV and upto & including 220 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 4900 mm (b) 5500 mm (c) 4000 mm (d) 4600 mm 25.30 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 220 kV and upto & including 400 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 4900 mm (b) 5500 mm (c) 7300 mm (d) 4600 mm 25.31 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 400 kV and upto & including 500 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 4900 mm (b) 5500 mm (c) 7300 mm (d) 8200 mm 25.32 What is the minimum clearance between any conductor not adequately insulated and any railway structure under most adverse conditions above 500 kV and upto & including 800 kV as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14 .03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 10900 mm (b) 5500 mm (c) 7300 mm (d) 8200 mm 25.33 What is the minimum height above rail level for telegraph, telephone and other such low tension wire crossing a Railway as per Rly BD LNo 2011/CEDO/SD/IRSOD/Elect/02 dated 14.03.2012. ACS No.-7 to the Indian Railway SOD(BG) 2004. (a) 5500 mm (b) 6100 mm (c) 6000 mm (d) 7300 mm December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.081 CHAPTER 26 GENERAL AND SAFETY RULES FOR OHE 26.1 When the tower wagon engine is  ON position, driver may left the tower wagon for a period (a) Only 5 minutes (b) Only 10 minutes (c) Only 15 minutes (d) Cannot leave the tower wagon 26.2 Choose the correct sequences of action which followed by TPC in case of section not holding 25 kV power supply Isolate the healthy section on adjacent track on the same route length Identify the faulty section and isolate it after that. In case mid section driver is not in communication and section controller advised for switching on the OHE supply, TPC should on the OHE supply 5 minutes after the OHE tripping. Energize healthy section on the advice of section controller Advice section controller about isolation of faulty & healthy section (a)2- 1- 5  4 - 3(b) 1- 2- 3  4 - 5(c)3 - 5- 4  1- 2(d) 2- 1- 4  5- 326.3Competency certificate issued to the tower wagon driver by(a) SSE/OHE(b) AEE/TRD(c) DEE/TRD(d) Sr. DEE/TRD26.4Competency certificate issued to the tower wagon driver shall be valid from the date of theissue for a period of(a) one year(b) two year(c) three year(d) four year 26.5 The tower wagon shall work on the line in the block section or in the station yard under the direct supervision of a TRD official not the blow the rank of the (a) AEE (b) SSE (c) SE (d) JE-II 26.6 When more than one tower wagons are working in the same block section, which instructions should be followed T/W s should not move at speed more than 10 kmph & should be ready to stop. Both T/W s, when entering or clearing the block section, both T/W s should maintain a minimum distance of 120 meters to each other. After completion of the work the official in- charge of the T/W, who entered last in the section shall certify at the clearing station about clearance of the section by the last T/W. All of the above. 26.7 Tower wagon in-charge will be responsible to ensure T/W is fit condition & all tools, emergency store are available on the T/W Conversant with the operation of the T/W and its various equipments All safety precautions are taken during movement of T/W All of the above Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 82CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.026.8First aid box & printed board regarding electrical shock treatment are essential in the(a) OHE depots(b) T/W & wiring special train(c) Work shop(d) All of the above26.9Permit To Work (PTW) is essential for working on 25 kV AC OHE or near OHE within(a) 1 m(b) 2 m(c) 3 m(d) 4 m26.10Protection of cross over as per Station Working Rules (SWR), ensure(a) Longitudinal protection(b) Lateral protection(c) Longitudinal & Lateral protection both(d) none of the above 26.11 Which point is related to  Earthing before co mmencement of work ? At least two earthing & the distance between two earthing should not be more than 100 m. Earthing cable should be renewed, if more than 20% strands are broken & the continuity of the cable between the top clamp and the bottom clamp should be checked fortnightly (c) The earthing cable should be flexible & able to withstand short circuit current (d) All of the above. 26.12 Which rules are applicable for ladder working in OHE ? Ropes used with ladders should be of cotton or jute and held by one person on the ground & ropes should be used to pass tools and materials. No one should stand directly below a work spot under a ladder More than one person shall not normally allowed on a ladder & in emergency condition , more than two person should not be allowed on ladder Ladder should never be allowed to fall or rest against contact wire and insulator All of the above 26.13In the vicinity of the 25 kV AC OHE,the heavyinduction is developed on -----------------,which parallel to the 25 kV AC OHE.(a) Metallic roof of the platform(b) Fencing near the track(c) Any other conductor(d) All of the above.26.14In the vicinity of the 25 kV AC OHE ,which type of induction is developedon metallic structures which parallel to the 25 kV AC OHE ?(a) Electro static type`(b) Electro magnetic type(c) Both electro static type & electro magnetic type(d) None of the above26.15Which factors depends upon the amount of induced voltage ?(a)Amount of ac system voltage(b) Distance of metallic part from ac conductor(c)Length of parallelism of metallic part(d)All of the above26.16OHE/Bonding staff should avoid contact with the rail, when electricalhauled train is within(a) 50 m(b) 200 m(c) 250 m(d) 500 m26.17 Electrical Accident in railways related tothe Caused directly or indirectly due to electrical causes It includes any electrical shock or any electrical burn whether minor, major or fatal Whether suffered by railway servant or others All of the above. December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.08326.18Which elements are a causes of fire, when elements are in contact to each other ?(a) Inflammable substance & ignition temperature(b) Oxygen & ignition temperature(c) Inflammable substance & oxygen(d) All of the above.26.19Soda-acid type extinguisher is suitable to extinguish(a) Fire in solid inflammable substances(b) Fire in liquid inflammable substances(c) Fire in gas inflammable substances(d) All of the above.26.20Foam type extinguisher is suitable to extinguish(a) Electrical fire due to short ckt.(b) Petrol fire(c) Electrical fire due to over load(d) All of the above26.21Which extinguisher is suitable to extinguish electrical fire(a) Carbon di-oxide(b) Carbon tetra chloride(c) Dry chemical powder(d) All of the above26.22HRC fuses provide best protection against(a) Short circuit(b) Lightning(c) Sparking(d) Fire 26.23 The resistance of the dry skin of human body between the tip of the left hand finger and right hand finger is of the order of (a) 100 Ohms(b) 1000 Ohms(c) 10000 Ohms(d) 1000,000 Ohms26.24Death is almost certain, when the current through human body is(a) 10 m amps(b) 20 m amps(c) 40 m amps(d) 100 m amps26.25 First aid for electric shock victim is(a) Bandage(b) Massage(c) Pouring water on body(d) Artificial respiration26.26Micrometer is used to measure the(a) Accuracy of the material(b) Thickness of the objects(c) Current density(d) All of the above26.27Which is not a part of micrometer ?(a) Main scale & circular scale(b) Thimble(c) Ratchet(d) Vernier scale26.28The objects, Which is to be measured by the micrometer, is tighten between(a) Stud & main scale(b) Stud & spindle(c) Spindle & ratchet(d) Spindle & circular scale Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 84CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.026.29The least count (L.C.) of the micrometer is calculated by ---------Where,Md = value of one division of main scale, Cd = no. of division of circular scale(a) L.C. = Md Cd / 100(b) L.C. = 100Md / Cd(c) L.C. = Md / Cd(d) L.C. = Cd / Md26.30When object is not to be measured & micrometer is fully in tight position, if zero ofthecircular scale is ahead of the zero of the main scale, i.e. this type of the error of the micrometeris called(a) Positive error(b) \Negative error(c) No error(d) Both(a) & (b)26.31When object is not to be measured & micrometer is fully in tight position, if zero ofthe mainscale is ahead of the zero of the circular scale, i.e. this type of the error of the micrometer iscalled(a) Positive error(b) Negative error(c) No error(d) Both(a) & (b)26.32If positive error is developed in micrometer, the reading taken by the micrometer will be -----------than the actual reading.(a) More(b) Less(c) Same(d) Can not say26.33If negative error is developed in micrometer, the reading taken by the micrometer will be -----------than the actual reading.(a) More(b) Less(c) Same(d) Can not say26.34Backless error may be developed in micrometer due to movement of the spindle in(a) Forward direction(b) Reverse direction(c) Forward & reverse direction at same time(d) Can not say26.35Tong tester is works like a(a) Voltmeter(b) Ammeter(c) Multimeter(d) Magger26.36Multimeter is used to measure(a) Voltage(b) Current(c) Resistance(d) All of the above26.37Magger is used to measure(a) Voltage(b) Current(c) Insulation resistance(d) All of the above26.38R.P.M. of the motor is measured by(a) Dynamometer(b) Magger(c) Tong tester(d) Tachometer26.39Tension in the conductors is measured by(a) Dynamometer(b) Union screw(c) Trifor super(d) All of the above26.40Tension in the conductors is taken by(a) Trifor super(b) Union screw(c) Either (a) or (b)(d Dynamometer December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.085 ANSWERS CHAPTER 1 : ABBREVIATIONS RELATED TO RAILWAYS 1.1(b)1.2(a)1.3(d)1.4(d)1.5(a)1.6(b)1.7(b)1.8(a)1.9(c)1.10(d)1.11(d)1.12(a)1.13(b)1.14(a)1.15(b)1.16(b)1.17(c)1.18(a)1.19(b)1.20(a)1.21(d)1.22(d)1.23(a)1.24(c)1.25(a)1.26(d)1.27(c)1.28(c)1.29(c)1.30(a)1.31(a)1.32(b)1.33(b)1.34(a)1.35(c)1.36(c)1.37(a)1.38(b)1.39(b)1.40(d)1.41(a)1.42(b)1.43(c)1.44(b)1.45(d)1.46(b)CHAPTER 2 :25 KV AC TRACTION SYSTEM2.1(a)2.2(c)2.3(a)2.4(a)2.5(c)2.6(d)2.7(c)2.8(b)2.9(d)2.10(c)2.11(a)2.12(b)2.13(d)2.14(a)2.15(d)2.16(c)2.17(a)2.18(b)2.19(a)2.20(c)2.21(a)2.22(d)2.23(c)2.24(d)2.25(b)2.26(c)2.27(b)2.28(d)2.29(b)2.30(c)2.31(b)2.32(a)2.33(b)2.34(d)CHAPTER 3 :SPAN LENGTH & TENSION LENGTH3.1(b)3.2(a)3.3(b)3.4(c)3.5(d)3.6(c)3.7(d)3.8(c)3.9(b)3.10(b)3.11(d)3.12(d)3.13(a)3.14(c)3.15(a)3.16(a)3.17(d)3.18(a)3.19(d)3.20(d)3.21(c) CHAPTER 4 : WIND PRESSURE ON CONVENTIONAL OHE 4.1(c)4.2(d)4.3(a)4.4(a)4.5(c)4.6(c)4.7(d)4.8(c)4.9(b)4.10(c)4.11(d)4.12(c)4.13(a)4.14(c)4.15(b)4.16(c)4.17(c)4.18(a)CHAPTER 5 :ENCUMBRANCE, GRADIENT OF THE CONTACT WIRE5.1(c)5.2(b)5.3(a)5.4(a)5.5(a)5.6(b)5.7(a)5.8(d)5.9(d)5.10(a)5.11(a)5.12(b)5.13(b)5.14(d)5.15(c)5.16(d)5.17(a) Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 86CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0CHAPTER 6 :HEIGHT OF CONTACT WIRES, LEVEL CROSSING GATE6.1(a)6.2(b)6.3(c)6.4(d)6.5(a)6.6(d)6.7(c)6.8(b)6.9(c)6.10(a)6.11(b)6.12(a)6.13(b)6.14(a)6.15(b)6.16(b)6.17(a)6.18(b)6.19(b)6.20(a)CHAPTER 7 :DROPPERS & OTHER OHE CONDUCTORS7.1(d)7.2(a)7.3(b)7.4(d)7.5(a)7.6(a)7.7(c)7.8(b)7.9(a)7.10(c)7.11 (d)7.12 (a)7.13(a)7.14(c)7.15(b)7.16(a)7.17(a)7.18(c)7.19(c)7.20(d)7.21(c)7.22(b)7.23(a)7.24(b)7.25(d)7.26(c)7.27(c)7.28(c)7.29(a)7.30(b)7.31(c)7.32(c)7.33(c)7.34(d)7.35(a)7.36(b)7.37(c)7.38(c)7.39(a)7.40(a)7.41(b)7.42(b)7.43(a)7.44(a)7.45(b)7.46(d)7.47(d)7.48(c)7.49(a)7.50(a)7.51(a)7.52(c)CHAPTER 8 :STAGGER8.1(b)8.2(b)8.3(d)8.4(d)8.5(d)8.6(d)8.7(a)8.8(d)8.9(b)8.10(b)8.11(d)8.12(d)8.13(b)8.14(d)8.15(a)8.16(d)8.17(c)8.18(a)8.19(a)8.20(d)8.21(b)8.22(a)8.23(c)8.24(c)8.25(c)8.26(d)8.27(a)8.28(c)CHAPTER 9 :REGULATED/UNREGULATED OHE9.1(a)9.2(a)9.3(c)9.4(c)9.5(c)9.6(c)9.7(a)9.8(d)9.9(a)9.10(b)9.11(b)9.12(a)9.13 (a)9.14 (c)9.15 (b)9.16(c) CHAPTER 10 : DIFFERENT OHE SYSTEMS, PRE SAG AND ELASTICITY OF OHE 10.1(d)10.2(d)10.3(d)10.4(c)10.5(c)10.6(d)10.7(a)10.8(d)10.9(b)10.10(c)10.11(c)10.12(d)10.13(a)10.14(a)10.15(d)10.16(d)10.17(d)10.18(a)10.19(b)10.20(d)10.21(a)10.22(d)10.23(d)10.24(a)10.25(b)10.26(a)10.27(b)10.28(d)10.29(b)10.30(b)10.31(b)10.32(d)10.33(d) December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.087CHAPTER 11 :OVERLAP, NEUTRAL SECTION11.1(c)11.2(a)11.3(a)11.4(d)11.5(b)11.6(c)11.7(d)11.8(d)11.9(c)11.10(a)11.11(d)11.12(c)11.13(c)11.14(b)11.15(c)11.16(d)11.17(d)11.18(b)11.19(a)11.20(d)11.21(a)11.22(a)11.23(b)11.24(a)11.25(d)11.26(d)11.27(c)11.28(a)11.29(d)11.30(d)11.31(a)11.32(c)11.33(d)11.34(c)11.35(d)11.36(a)11.37(b)11.38(b)11.39(a)CHAPTER 12 :TURN OUTS & CROSSOVERS12.1(d)12.2(a)12.3(b)12.4(b)12.5(a)12.6(a)12.7(c)12.8(c)12.9(c)12.10(d)12.11(b)12.12(c)12.13(a)12.14(b)12.15(d)12.16(d)12.17(d)12.18(d)12.19(d)12.20(d)12.21(b)CHAPTER 13 :SECTION INSULATOR, 25 KV AC JUMPERS13.1(b)13.2(c)13.3(a)13.4(b)13.5(a)13.6(d)13.7(a)13.8(a)13.9(c)13.10(d)13.11(a)13.12(b)13.13(b)13.14(d)13.15(a)13.16(b)13.17(d)13.18(b)13.19(a)13.20(b)13.21(d)13.22(c)13.23(c)13.24(c)13.25(a)13.26(a)13.27(a)13.28(d)13.29(d)13.30(c)13.31(b)13.32(a)13.33(a)13.34(b)13.35(c)13.36(b)13.37(a)13.38(b)CHAPTER 14 :BRACKET ASSEMBLY14.1(a)14.2(d)14.3(d)14.4(d)14.5(d)14.6(c)14.7(a)14.8(b)14.9(d)14.10(b)14.11(a)14.12(a)14.13(a)14.14(a)14.15(a)14.16(a)14.17(c)14.18(c)14.19(a)14.20(d)14.21(b)14.22(b)14.23(a)14.24(b)14.25(a)14.26(d)14.27(b)CHAPTER 15 :ELECTRICAL CLEARANCES AND LIGHTNING ARRESTOR15.1(b)15.2(b)15.3(b)15.4(c)155(c)15.6(b)15.7(a)15.8(a)15.9(c)15.10(b)15.11(b)15.12(d) Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 88CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0CHAPTER 16 :BONDING & EARTHING16.1(c)16.2(d)16.3(d)16.4(b)16.5(b)16.6(c)16.7(d)16.8(b)16.9(b)16.10(d)16.11(b)16.12(a)16.13(d)16.14(c)16.15(d)16.16(b)16.17(d)16.18(b)16.19(d)16.20(d)16.21(a)16.22(d)CHAPTER 17 :MAST, FABRICATED MAST AND PORTALS17.1(c)17.2(d)17.3(d)17.4(c)17.5(d)17.6(d)17.7(d)17.8(d)17.9(a)17.10(b)17.11(c)17.12(c)17.13(d)17.14(b)17.15(a)17.16(c)17.17(a)17.18(b)17.19(b)17.20(b)17.21(c)17.22(b)17.23(c)17.24(c)17.25(a)17.26(a)17.27(d)17.28(a)17.29(d)17.30(a)17.31(a)17.32(d)17.33(c)17.34(a)17.35(c)17.36(d)17.37(a)17.38(b)17.39(b)17.40(c)17.41(d)17.42(d)17.43(a)17.44(b)17.45(d)17.46(b)17.47(b)17.48(d)17.49(a)17.50(d)CHAPTER 18 :FOUNDATIONS18.1(c)18.2(c)18.3(b)18.4(d)18.5(a)18.6(a)18.7(c)18.8(a)18.9(d)18.10(a)18.11(b)18.12(a)18.13(d)18.14(a)18.15(a)18.16(b)18.17(a)18.18(b)18.19(d)18.20(d)18.21(d)18.22(d)18.23(b)18.24(c)18.25(a)18.26(c)18.27(c)CHAPTER 19 :IMPLANTATION19.1(c)19.2(b)19.3(c)19.4(a)19.5(d)19.6(a)19.7(a)19.8(d)19.9(c)19.10(a)19.11(b)19.12(a)19.13(b)19.14(b)19.15(c)19.16(a) December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.089 CHAPTER 20 : OHE INSULATORS & CLASSIFICATION OF INSULATIONS AND VOLTAGES 20.1(a)20.2(a)20.3(b)20.4(b)20.5(a)20.6(b)20.7(d)20.8(b)20.9(c)20.10(a)20.11(c)20.12(c)20.13(b)20.14(a)20.15(d)20.16(c)20.17(a)20.18(c)20.19(b)20.20(a)20.21(c)20.22(b)20.23(c)20.24(d)20.25(b)20.26(d)20.27(a)20.28(d)20.29(b)20.30(d)20.31 (d)20.32(b)20.33(c)20.34(b)20.35(c)20.36(c)20.37(b)20.38(d)20.39(a)20.40(b)2041(d)20.42(b)20.43(d)CHAPTER 21 :OVER DIMENSION CONSIGNMENT (ODC)21.1(b)21.2(a)21.3(c)21.4(a)21.5(b)21.6(d)21.7(d)21.8(a)21.9(d)21.10(a)21.11(c)21.12(d)21.13(a)21.14(b)21.15(c)21.16(b)21.17(c)21.18(c)21.19(d)21.20(a)21.20(d)CHAPTER 22 :AUTO TENSIONING DEVICE22.1(c)22.2(d)22.3(d)22.4(c)22.5(c)22.6(b)22.7(b)22.8(a)22.9(d)22.10(a)22.11(a)22.12(a)22.13(d)22.14(c)22.15(b)22.16(d)22.17(d)22.18(a)22.19(b)22.20(c)22.21(b)22.22(c)22.23(d)22.24(c)22.25(a)22.26(c)22.27(c)22.28(b)22.29(b)22.30(d)22.31(c)22.32(d)22.33(c)22.34(a)22.35(d)22.36(a)22.37(d)22.38(a)22.39(c)22.40(a)22.41(d)22.42(c)22.43(b)22.44(d)22.45(a)22.46(b)22.47(d)22.48(c)22.49(c)22.50(d)CHAPTER 23 :OHE MAINTENANCE23.1(d)23.2(d)23.3(d)23.4(d)23.5(d)23.6(b)23.7(c)23.8(c)23.9(d)23.10(d)23.11(a)23.12(d)23.13(b)23.14(c)23.15(a)23.16(b)23.17(c)23.18(a)23.19(b)23.20(b)23.21(c)23.22(b)23.23(c)23.24(b)23.25(d)23.26(d)23.27(c)23.28(d)23.29(c)23.30(d)23.31(a) Question Bank on OHE December, 2013 90 CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.0 CHAPTER 24 : MAINTENANCE BLOCKS & OHE BREAKDOWNS 24.1(a)24.2(d)24.3(d)24.4(a)24.5(a)24.6(b)24.7(d)24.8(d)24.9(c)24.10(a)24.11(a)24.12(b)24.13(c)24.14(d)24.15(d)24.16(a)24.17(c)24.18(d)24.19(d)24.20(c)24.21(d)24.22(a) CHAPTER 25 : ELECTRICAL CROSSING OF THE RAILWAY TRACK 25.1(c)25.2(a)25.3(b)25.4(c)25.5(a)25.6(c)25.7(b)25.8(b)25.9(b)25.10(d)25.11(a)25.12(c)25.13 (b)25.14(d)25.15(c)25.16(d)25.17(a)25.18(b)25.19(c)25.20(d)25.21 (a)25.22 (b)25.23(c)25.24(a)25.25 (b)25.26(c)25.27 (d)25.28 (a)25.29(b)25.30(c)25.31(d)25.32(a)25.33(b) CHAPTER 26 : GENERAL, SAFETY RULES FOR OHE AND MEASURING TOOLS 26.1(d)26.2(a)26.3(d)26.4(c)26.5(d)26.6(d)26.7(d)26.8(d)26.9(b)26.10(c)26.11(d)26.12(d)26.13(d)26.14(c)26.15(d)26.16(c)26.17(d)26.18(d)26.19(a)26.20(b)26.21(d)26.22(a)26.23(d)26.24(d)26.25(d)26.26(b)26.27(d)26.28(b)26.29(c)26.30(a)26.31(b)26.32(a)26.33(b)26.34(c)26.35(b)26.36(d)26.37(c)26.38(d)26.39(a)26.40(c) December, 2013 Question Bank for OHE CAMTECH/E/13-14/QB-TrD-OHE/1.091 REFERENCES Manual of AC traction Maintenance and Operation, Volume II, Part I. 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