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Question 1. Watt-hours per tonne km is usually the specific energy consumption for suburban services.
  1.    15 - 20
  2.    50 - 75
  3.    120 - 150
  4.    160 - 200
Answer: Option B

Question 2. The horsepower of steam locomotives is
  1.    Up to 1500
  2.    1500 to 2000
  3.    2000 to 3000
  4.    3000 to 4000
Answer: Option A

Question 3. The number of passenger coaches that can be attached to a diesel engine locomotive on broad gauge is usually restricted to
  1.    5
  2.    10
  3.    14
  4.    17
Answer: Option B

Question 4. In case of locomotives the tractive power is provided by
  1.    Single cylinder double acting steam engine
  2.    Double cylinder, single acting steam engine
  3.    Double cylinder, double acting steam engine
  4.    Single stage steam turbine
Answer: Option C

Question 5. Locomotives with monometer bogies have
  1.    Uneven distribution of tractive effect
  2.    Suitability for passenger as well as freight service
  3.    Lot of skidding
  4.    Low coefficient of adhesion
Answer: Option B

Question 6. Speed-time curve of main line service differs from those of urban and suburban services on following account
  1.    It has longer free running period
  2.    It has longer coasting period
  3.    Accelerating and braking periods are comparatively smaller
  4.    All of the above
Answer: Option D