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Set No. 1

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, March – 2010 UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY Objective Exam

Name:

Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20.

I Choose the correct alternative:

1. Resistance ovens using alloys of 80% nickel and 20% chromium are used upto a temperature limit

of

[

]

a)

100 0 C

b)

273 0 C

c)

1000 0 F

d)

1000 0 C

2. In high frequency eddy current heating, the major part is played by the phenomena of

[

]

a) hysteresis loss

b) hysteresis and eddy current loss

c)

skin effect

d)

induction effect

3. The types of arc furnaces

 

[

]

a)

direct and indirect arc furnaces

b) gaseous and liquid type of arc furnaces

 

c)

constant liquid type of arc furnaces

d)

three phase type of arc furnaces

 

4. The voltage required to produce arc in welding is in the range of

 

[

]

a)

20-30V

b) 50-100V

c) 100-220V

d) 220-400V

5. The visible radiations lie between

 

[

]

a) 500-2500 AU

b) 100-1000 Angstrom unit (A.U)

c) 400-4000 A U

6. Brightness of a surface is defined as the luminous intensity per

a) unit area projected

b) 1m 2 plane

7. Polar curves are the relation between

c) 1 cm 2 curved surface

d) 4000-7500 AU

[

]

d) one meter

[

]

a)

lamp power and poles of street light

b) candle power and angular position

c)

MHCP and MSCP

d) Rousseau’s candle power and distance from pole bottom

8. Joining of two similar materials by electrical means is called

a) electrolytic process

b) illumination

9. Pick up the false statement

c) electric welding

a) electrodes used in arc furnaces are self baking

b) direct arc furnace is used to produce pure steel

c) three phase arc furnaces operate an 400 V supply

d) indirect-arc furnace is used to melt nonferrous metals

[

]

d) air conditioning

[

]

10. In high frequency eddy current heating, the depth of penetration ‘d’ is related to the relative

permeability

µ , conductivity σ mhos/m 3 at frequency f as

r

a)

d

=

9 1 10 2 π µσ f r
9
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m

b)

d

=

µσ f r 9 10
µσ
f
r
9
10

c

m

c)

d

=

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7 1 10 2 π µσ f r
7
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m

d)

d

[ µσ f r = c 7 10 Cont…2
[
µσ
f
r
=
c
7
10
Cont…2

m

]

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Set No. 1

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

Angstrom unit (AU) is equal to

The two laws of illumination are (1)

metres.

(2)

The most commonly used metal for filaments

The normal value of p.f at which an electric arc furnace is to be operated is between

One of the types of heat transfer is

In individual drive

electric motor is used to drive one individual machine.

The process of smoothing out of fluctuations in load is known as

Integrating sphere is employed for measurement is

The relation between lux and lumens/m 2 is

Low temperature heating chamber with provision for ventilation to termed as

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Set No. 2

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, March – 2010 UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY Objective Exam

Name:

Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20.

I Choose the correct alternative:

1. The voltage required to produce arc in welding is in the range of

b) 50-100V

a) 20-30V

c) 100-220V

d) 220-400V

[

]

2. The visible radiations lie between

a) 500-2500 AU

b) 100-1000 Angstrom unit (A.U)

c) 400-4000 A U

] d) 4000-7500 AU

[

3. Brightness of a surface is defined as the luminous intensity per

[

]

a) unit area projected

b) 1m 2 plane

c) 1 cm 2 curved surface

d) one meter

4. Polar curves are the relation between

[

]

a)

lamp power and poles of street light

b) candle power and angular position

 

c)

MHCP and MSCP

d) Rousseau’s candle power and distance from pole bottom

5. Joining of two similar materials by electrical means is called

[

]

a) electrolytic process

b) illumination

6. Pick up the false statement

c) electric welding

a) electrodes used in arc furnaces are self baking

b) direct arc furnace is used to produce pure steel

c) three phase arc furnaces operate an 400 V supply

d) indirect-arc furnace is used to melt nonferrous metals

d) air conditioning

[

]

7. In high frequency eddy current heating, the depth of penetration ‘d’ is related to the relative

permeability

µ , conductivity σ mhos/m 3 at frequency f as

r

a)

d

=

9 1 10 2 π µσ f r
9
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m

b)

d

=

µσ f r 9 10
µσ
f
r
9
10

c

m

c)

d

=

7 1 10 2 π µσ f r
7
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m

d)

d =

[ µσ f r c 7 10
[
µσ
f
r
c
7
10

m

]

8. Resistance ovens using alloys of 80% nickel and 20% chromium are used upto a temperature limit

of

[

]

a)

100 0 C

b)

273 0 C

c)

1000 0 F

d)

1000 0 C

9. In high frequency eddy current heating, the major part is played by the phenomena of

[

]

a) hysteresis loss

b) hysteresis and eddy current loss

c)

skin effect

d)

induction effect

10. The types of arc furnaces

 

[

]

a)

direct and indirect arc furnaces

b) gaseous and liquid type of arc furnaces

c)

constant liquid type of arc furnaces

d)

three phase type of arc furnaces

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Set No. 2

II.

Fill in the blanks:

11.

The normal value of p.f at which an electric arc furnace is to be operated is between

12.

One of the types of heat transfer is

 

13.

In individual drive

electric motor is used to drive one individual machine.

14.

The process of smoothing out of fluctuations in load is known as

15.

Integrating sphere is employed for measurement is

 

16.

The relation between lux and lumens/m 2 is

17.

Low temperature heating chamber with provision for ventilation to termed as

18.

Angstrom unit (AU) is equal to

metres.

 

19.

The two laws of illumination are (1)

(2)

20.

The most commonly used metal for filaments

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Set No. 3

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, March – 2010 UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY Objective Exam

Name:

Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20.

I Choose the correct alternative:

1. Brightness of a surface is defined as the luminous intensity per

a) unit area projected

b) 1m 2 plane

c) 1 cm 2 curved surface

[ d) one meter

]

2. Polar curves are the relation between

[

]

a)

lamp power and poles of street light

b) candle power and angular position

c)

MHCP and MSCP

d) Rousseau’s candle power and distance from pole bottom

3. Joining of two similar materials by electrical means is called

[

]

a)

electrolytic process

b) illumination

c) electric welding

d) air conditioning

4. Pick up the false statement

[

]

a) electrodes used in arc furnaces are self baking

b) direct arc furnace is used to produce pure steel

c) three phase arc furnaces operate an 400 V supply

d) indirect-arc furnace is used to melt nonferrous metals

5. In high frequency eddy current heating, the depth of penetration ‘d’ is related to the relative

permeability

µ , conductivity

r

σ mhos/m

3 at frequency f as

a) d

=

9 1 10 2 π µσ f r
9
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m b)

d

=

µσ f r 9 10
µσ
f
r
9
10

c

m c) d

=

7 1 10 2 π µσ f r
7
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m d)

d

=

[ µσ f r c 7 10
[
µσ
f
r
c
7
10

m

]

6. Resistance ovens using alloys of 80% nickel and 20% chromium are used upto a temperature limit

of

a)

100 0 C

b)

273

0 C

c)

1000 0 F

d)

1000 0 C

7. In high frequency eddy current heating, the major part is played by the phenomena of

[

]

[

]

a) hysteresis loss

b) hysteresis and eddy current loss

c)

skin effect

d)

induction effect

8. The types of arc furnaces

 

[

]

a)

direct and indirect arc furnaces

b) gaseous and liquid type of arc furnaces

 

c)

constant liquid type of arc furnaces

d)

three phase type of arc furnaces

 

9. The voltage required to produce arc in welding is in the range of

 

[

]

a) 20-30V

b) 50-100V

c) 100-220V

d) 220-400V

10. The visible radiations lie between

a) 500-2500 AU

b) 100-1000 Angstrom unit (A.U)

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c) 400-4000 A U

] d) 4000-7500 AU

[

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Set No. 3

II.

Fill in the blanks:

11.

In individual drive

electric motor is used to drive one individual machine.

12.

The process of smoothing out of fluctuations in load is known as

13.

Integrating sphere is employed for measurement is

 

14.

The relation between lux and lumens/m 2 is

15.

Low temperature heating chamber with provision for ventilation to termed as

16.

Angstrom unit (AU) is equal to

metres.

 

17.

The two laws of illumination are (1)

(2)

18.

The most commonly used metal for filaments

19.

The normal value of p.f at which an electric arc furnace is to be operated is between

20.

One of the types of heat transfer is

 

-oOo-

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Set No. 4

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, March – 2010 UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY Objective Exam

Name:

Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20.

I Choose the correct alternative:

1. Joining of two similar materials by electrical means is called

[

]

a)

electrolytic process

b) illumination

c) electric welding

d) air conditioning

2. Pick up the false statement

 

[

]

a) electrodes used in arc furnaces are self baking

b) direct arc furnace is used to produce pure steel

c) three phase arc furnaces operate an 400 V supply

d) indirect-arc furnace is used to melt nonferrous metals

3. In high frequency eddy current heating, the depth of penetration ‘d’ is related to the relative

permeability

µ , conductivity

r

σ mhos/m

3 at frequency f as

a) d

=

9 1 10 2 π µσ f r
9
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m b)

d

=

µσ f r 9 10
µσ
f
r
9
10

c

m c) d

=

7 1 10 2 π µσ f r
7
1
10
2
π
µσ f
r

c

m d)

d

=

[ µσ f r c 7 10
[
µσ
f
r
c
7
10

m

]

4. Resistance ovens using alloys of 80% nickel and 20% chromium are used upto a temperature limit

of

a)

100 0 C

b)

273

0 C

c)

1000 0 F

d)

1000 0 C

5. In high frequency eddy current heating, the major part is played by the phenomena of

[

]

[

]

a) hysteresis loss

b) hysteresis and eddy current loss

c)

skin effect

d)

induction effect

6. The types of arc furnaces

 

[

]

a)

direct and indirect arc furnaces

b) gaseous and liquid type of arc furnaces

 

c)

constant liquid type of arc furnaces

d)

three phase type of arc furnaces

 

7. The voltage required to produce arc in welding is in the range of

 

[

]

a) 20-30V

b) 50-100V

c) 100-220V

d) 220-400V

8. The visible radiations lie between

a) 500-2500 AU

b) 100-1000 Angstrom unit (A.U)

c) 400-4000 A U

] d) 4000-7500 AU

[

9. Brightness of a surface is defined as the luminous intensity per

[

]

a)

unit area projected

b) 1m 2 plane

c) 1 cm 2 curved surface

d) one meter

10. Polar curves are the relation between

[

]

a)

lamp power and poles of street light

b) candle power and angular position

c)

MHCP and MSCP

d) Rousseau’s candle power and distance from pole bottom

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Set No. 4

II.

Fill in the blanks:

11.

Integrating sphere is employed for measurement is

 

12.

The relation between lux and lumens/m 2 is

13.

Low temperature heating chamber with provision for ventilation to termed as

14.

Angstrom unit (AU) is equal to

metres.

 

15.

The two laws of illumination are (1)

(2)

16.

The most commonly used metal for filaments

17.

The normal value of p.f at which an electric arc furnace is to be operated is between

18.

One of the types of heat transfer is

 

19.

In individual drive

electric motor is used to drive one individual machine.

20.

The process of smoothing out of fluctuations in load is known as

-oOo-

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