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Airport Engineering – Civil Eng.

Airport Engineering – Set 1 (Civil Eng.)

Dear ! This is Airport Engineering – Set 1 (Civil Eng.)  Quiz and it contains 50 questions.


Explore the fascinating world of Airport Engineering with our Set 1 quiz designed for Civil Engineering enthusiasts. Test your knowledge and skills in airport design, construction, and operations. From runway planning to terminal layout, navigate through various concepts and challenges in this specialized field. Join us now and expand your understanding of Airport Engineering in this engaging quiz for Civil Engineers!


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1. Which of the following is used for servicing and repairs of the aircraft?

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2. The total length of a runway is 1000 m. The elevation at distance 0,200 m, 400 m, 600 m, 800 m and 1000 m are 100.0 m, 99.2 m, 101.0 m, 101.8 m, 101.4 m and 101.0 m respectively. The effective gradient of runway will be.

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3. Two single runways may be arranged so as to have

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4. The strength of winds is measured with the help of

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5. Consider the following statements regarding ICAO recommendation for correction to basic runway length of these statements 1. The basic runway length should be increased at the rate of 7 percent per 300 m rise in elevation above the mean sea level. 2. The basic runway length after having been corrected for elevation should be further increased at the rate of 1 percent for every 1°C rise in airport reference temperature above the standard atmospheric temperature at that elevation. 3. The runway length after having been corrected for elevation and temperature should be further increased at the rate of 20% for every 1 percent of effective gradient.

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6. The bearing of the longest line of a wind rose is S 45° E, the bearing of the runway will be numbered

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7. As per ICAO recommendation, minimum width of safety area for instrumental runway should be

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8. According to I.C.A.O. the slope of transitional surface at right angles to the centre line of runway, is kept

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9. As per ICAO, for A, B, and C type of airports, maximum effective, transverse and longitudinal grades in percentage respectively are

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10. The air is blowing at a speed of 75 knots in the direction of the aircraft flying at a ground speed of 775 knots. The air speed of the aircraft, is

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11. The length of a runway under standard atmospheric conditions is 1800 m. If the actual reduced level of the site is 1200 m, the design length of the runway is

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12. Zero fuel weight of an aircraft is:

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13. The size of landing area for multi engine helicopters operating under 1 FR conditions is

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14. The threshold markings are

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15. The slope of the transitional surface for A, B and C type of runway shall be

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16. According to the International Civil Aviation Organization (I.C.A.O.) the strength of runway pavements, have been coded by

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17. The runway length after correcting for elevation and temperature is 2845 m. If the effective gradient on runway is 0.5 percent then the revised runway length will be

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18. If the monthly mean of average daily temperature for the hottest month of the year is 25°C and the monthly mean of the maximum daily temperature of the same month of the year is 46°C, the airport reference temperature is

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19. The main disadvantage of angle nose out parking configuration of aircraft is that the

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20. The thickness design of the pavement, is decided on the load carried by

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21. In approach areas of runways equipped with instrumental landing facilities any object within 4.5 km distance from runway end shall be considered as an obstruction if its height is more than

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22. The reduced level of the proposed site of an air port is 2500 m above M.S.L. If the recommended length by I.C.A.O. for the runway at sea level is 2500 m, the required length of the runway is

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23. The runway orientation is made so that landing and takeoff are

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24. For the proposed runway stated in if the aerodrome reference temperature is 17.2°, the net designed length of the runway is

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25. The bearing of the runway at threshold is 290°, the runway number is

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26. From the end of an instrumental runway, the approach surface rises outwards

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27. Which of the following is an example of failure in flexible pavements?

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28. As per ICAO, the minimum basic runway length for A and E type of airport will be

 

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29. The width and interval of transverse centre line bars along the extended centre line of runway, in approach lighting system are

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30. As per ICAO recommendation, the rate of change of longitudinal gradient per 30 m length of vertical curve for A and B type of airports is limited to a maximum of

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31. The slope of the obstruction clearance line from the boundary of the heliport should be

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32. For supersonic transport aircraft, the minimum turning radius of taxiway is

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33. The engine failure case for determining the basic runway length may require

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34. Castor angle is defined as the angle

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35. For the proposed air port, the survey project provides

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36. Pick up the component not applicable to aeroplanes

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37. Total correction for elevation, temperature and gradient for a runway should not be more than

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38. To cope up high temperature of 196°C, the taxi ways and aprons are constructed with

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39. Effective length of a runway is the distance between

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40. Geometric design of holding apron of these statements

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41. According to I.C.A.O. all markings on the runways are painted white and on taxiways

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42. The depressions and undulations in the pavement, are caused due to

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43. The best direction of a runway is along the direction of

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44. Conical surface of the approach area rises outwards

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45. If lift off distance of an craft is 2000 m, the clear way at the end of the runway should not be less than

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46. According to the International Civil Aviation Organization (I.C.A.O.), the runway lengths of aerodromes, have been coded by

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47. An airport has 4 gates. If the weighted average gate occupancy time is 30 minutes and gate utilization factor is 0.5, then the capacity of the gate will be

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48. For night landing, the thresholds are lighted

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49. The length of runway under standard conditions is 2000 m. The elevation of airport site is 300 m. Its reference temperature is 33.05°C. If the runway is to be constructed with an effective gradient of 0.25 percent, the corrected runway length will be

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50. The centre to centre spacing of heliport lighting along the periphery of landing and takeoff area should be

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