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# GATE CE 2022: Transportation Engineering & Surveying Quiz #4

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Question 1

In case of governing equations for calculating wheel load stress using Westergaard’s approach, the following statements are made.
Which of the following options are correct?

Question 2

If Rigidity factor < 1 than

Question 3

If the load, warping and frictional stresses in a cement concrete slab are 250 N/mm2, 200 N/mm2 and 20 N/mm2 respectively, then the critical combination of stresses at edge during summer mid day is ________ N/mm2.

Question 4

A rigid pavement 3 m X 0.2 m has coefficient of relative stiffness 8kg/cm3, Poisson’s ratio 0.15, Coefficient of thermal expansion =10 X 10-6 /oC,  and Youngs Modulus = 3 X 104 N/mm2.
Bradbury coefficients Cx and Cy are 0.7 & 0.8 respectively. The radius of contact between the road and tyre = 0.15 m, the temperature gradient during night = 15 oC.
Find the warping stress (in MPa) at the edge of the rigid pavement.

Question 5

For a 20 cm thick cement concrete pavement, analysis of stresses gave the following values.
Warping stress at corner region during winter = 7 kg/cm2
Warping stress at edge region during winter = 5 kg/cm2
Warping stress at corner region during summer = 10 kg/cm2
Warping stress at edge region during summer = 8 kg/cm2
Frictional stress at edge region during summer= 5 kg/cm2
Frictional stress during winter = 4 kg/cm2
The most critical stress value for this pavement is ________ kg/cm2.

Question 6

Which of the following statements are true regarding warping stresses in concrete pavements?

i. The pavement warps down at mid day

ii. The pavement warps up at mid day

iii. The pavement warps down at mid night

iv. The pavement warps up at mid night

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