Dec2014 JuneJuly 2013 UNIT 8 1 Explain the terms BOOT and BOT Mud pumping

Dec2014 junejuly 2013 unit 8 1 explain the terms boot

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in pavement quality concrete (PQC). (Dec2014, June/July 2013)UNIT 8 1.Explain the terms : BOOT and BOT, Mud pumping, Alligator cracking Bump integrator (Dec 2014, June/July 2013) 2.Explain briefly various highway user benefits. (Dec2013, Dec 2014)3.It is proposed to widen a stretch of a single lane road of length 40km to two lanes at a total cost of Rs.7.5 lakhs per km and the rate of interest is 7.0% per year. The annual cost of maintenance of the existing single lane road is Rs. 10000 per km and that of the improved two lane road is Rs. 14000 per km. The average vehicle operation cost on the existing road is Rs.150 per vehicle-km and that on the improved road is estimated to be Rs.1.20 per vehicle-km. If the present traffic is 2000 motor vehicles per day and by the end of 15 years design period, the traffic is estimated to be doubles, determine whether the investment on the "improvement of the road is economically viable during the 15 years period (June/July 2013, June/July 2015 )4.Explain the various benefits that a road user gets by the improvement of a road (Dec 14, June/July 2014) 5.Compare the annual costs of two types of pavement structures) WBM with thin
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Transportation Engineering- I 10CV56 Department Of Civil Engineering, SJBIT Page 6 of Rs. 4.2 lakhs per km, life of 15 years, interest at 8%, salvage value of Rs. 2.0 lakhs at the end of 15 years ; annual average maintenance cost of Rs. 0.25 lakhs per Ion. ( Dec 14, June/July 2015, June/July 2013) 6.Explain briefly the various factors affecting vehicle operation coat.(June/July 2013, June/July 2014, June/July 2015) 7.Write a brief note on highway financing in India.(June/July 2013, Dec 2013) 8.What are quantifiable and non quantifiable road user benefits due to the construction of a new highway or improvement of existing highway? (June/July 2014) 9.Briefly explain any three methods of economic evaluation of highway projects. (June/July 2014, Dec 2014)
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