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Registration no: Total Number of Pages: 2 B.Tech PECI5410 8th Semester Regular / Back Examination 2016-17 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING &TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BRANCH: CIVIL Time: 3 Hours Max Marks: 70 Q.CODE: Z165 Answer Question No.1 which is compulsory and any five from the rest. The figures in the right hand margin indicate marks. Q1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) A passenger car weighing 3 tones is required to accelerate at a rate of 3 m/sec2 in the first gear from a speed of 10 kmph. The gradient is +1 percent and the road has a black topped surface. The frontal projection area of the car is 2 m2. the car tyres have radius of 0.33 m. the rear axle gear ratio is 3.5:1 and transmission gear ratio is 2.5:1. Calculate the engine horse power needed and the speed of the engine. Coefficient of rolling resistance= 0.02 Coefficient of air resistance= 0.39 Tyre deformation factor λ = 0.935 (7) b) What are the object and scope of traffic engineering? Explain briefly. (3) a) Enumerate the different methods of charring out traffic volume studies. Indicate the principle of each What are the human factors governing road user behaviour? (7) b) 1 Q3 a) Page Q2 Answer the following questions: (2 x10) What is traffic rotary? What are the ill effects of parking? Differentiate between basic capacity and practical capacity. Draw the relationship between traffic density and traffic volume. Five spot speed observation were taken i.e.55, 45, 60, 54 and 75 kmph. Calculate Time mean speed and Space mean speed. What is thirteenth highest hourly traffic volume? What is trip generation? Define Jam density? Differentiate between home-base and non home-base trip Define Origin and Destination survey? (3)
Q4 Q5 a) Briefly explain the importance of highway economy studies? (5) b) Briefly explain the Multiple regression analysis. (5) a) Explain the various aspects investigated during parking studies. What are the uses of these studies? What are the purposes of traffic assignment? (6) What is trip distribution? What are the different method of trip distribution and explain any one method. Explain traffic capacity, basic capacity, possible capacity and practical capacity. (6) b) Q6 a) b) Q7 (4) (4) Traffic flow data are taken at the intersection of two roads at Delta square, (10) Bhubaneswar as shown in the table below. The width of a carriage way approaching an intersection is given as 15 m. Design a rotary intersection. Assume suitable data as per IRC. Appr- Left turning Straight ahead Right turning oach Car Heavy Scoote Car Heavy Scoote Car Heavy Scoot s N 150 commer cial vehicle 50 rs s s 100 commerc rs ial vehicle 200 100 125 commerc ers ial vehicle 150 50 50 E 150 60 70 200 50 100 180 40 100 S 250 80 100 125 60 100 160 70 90 W 220 50 120 150 70 120 230 40 100 PCU of Car, heavy commercial vehicle and scooters are 1, 2.8 and 0.75 respectivelly. (2.5 x 4) 2 a) b) (c) (d) Write short notes on: Mini-roundabout Traffic regulation Characteristics of slow moving traffic in India PCU Page Q8

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