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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
1he 1alue ot' clectnc field al o di~ronc~ of
1 m from on fnJinitc tfne charge of dc:n>lt)
1 C/m is
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a,

1111:11

c, ~,./ 2;r

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b 2"
~

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d.;

w
w

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d. Zero
An cle~uic dtpolc 1- Cj, Ql r~volved 11 ith
n unifom1 nngular ~clocity tu in a circle
ahout its ~entre o When the dip<Jic is in
the position Sbtlll o in the ~veo figure. the
dirccU011 of the displacement current
d<tl>ity m
i~

'
'

I
t

.c

In the g1vcn figure. tf the mngncuc 11m


~1rouj!h the reclllngular loop pqrsp' . due
to the In finite line eurrent I is (1 .. tbe Otcx
link~d with dOuble rectangular lOOp
pqtuY\vl'Sp- Will be
l<--34-->l

ce

tl t;, I r:tr

II.

b. -a,

6 Gllz
b 7 0 117
c. ~ Gllz
d. 90Hz
F.lcctrons in a cumplct\!IY filled lmnd
a l'al--e pnn in the process of conduction
b Take pan in Uu~ process of t:<~nduction
nt low temperature only
c. Do n01 lllkc pan ;,, tbc pru<.-ess ol'
conductron
d. rake pan "'the process or oouduction
nl high tcropc.rntun.'S only
Tile cooking of !be food iu a microwa'e
tl\ en L~ ha.<cd on the pnncltllc of
n, Mngnetic hysteretic loss
b Did~.::trit loss
c. Both magnetic hysteretiC loss and
diel~ot:ric: loss
d Evapomtto11ul'watur
Manganese ferrite i.'i o I _ I mL\1ure of
o. MnO and CdO
b Mn(l lntd l'clo .

8.

2m"n

om

d. -u"
A c.ubical ~:nvity resonnlnr measures 3 em
oo eacb side. The low.:.sl resonattL
frequcnc) is neorJy

c. MnCh and

~c10,

d. MnCh and CdO


Match List I with Llstll and sdcct

corr~c.(

answer~

Li>t I

,\ . Diffusion
B. Drift
C. hcc electrons

D. Holes
List II
I Conduetion hand
')
Valence band
3 . Fkk-. 1011
4, t:lcctnc licit!
A
13
n.
3
4
.j
b
3
c.
3
4
d.
4
3

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1
2
I
I

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2
2

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] Ill 11

An IC smJcture is shown in lite gi\tn


figtJJ\:, The

d~'\9tc

lltlll cmt l1c l\:lllizcd

l>ctll<'>:ttlllt11littt~$1nhdcd (t 1at1d tJ) is a

R,

..,

"n-'+--r
'"

~t--1_

1~ ~~ ~.. ,
-R,i R.

~. -/{. 1 ~

a. Resistor

c.

b. Capal.ilor
c. Bipolru- uwtsistm
d. MOS lrill!Si'ilor
The coni~Jct bcill'\:11 aluminum (All dlld
mod.:rnluly dop<-d silkon (Si111ill bt:
11. AI - pSi Ohmic and AI - nSi

d. Ah111ys I
In lh~ <:6 configumli<~o ul' a U'llllSi>Lur
ampliflllf, d11e iJ
a. ~o pbnsc ~hnng~ 1>.'1\ecn inpttl and

.c

ra

beiwe~.'ll inpu1 tmd


11Uiplll C'Um.~\IS
t . No pbast change betwl'i!n ittpul tl1ld
lllllpUI CUIT<Ill> and 110 pruse OOllll~
lte1ween inpul and 04l1Jit1L 1 ulloges
d, l'fo phnse chnngc i)ctii'CCn inpot nnd

d. Al pSi ~cllmtl.) tllld J\J - nSi


SchoC!k)
The pt:JJk inputvultogc 10 a liJII-11~\'C
~rklge l\"t1ilicr1, 10(1() V ~~ j() 117 lltQ dt
OUipul I OiiD!C illld rippl< "~ll''ttiWI)I!n!
11. 3 18Vnn~SH~

16

uulpul ~urrcnts 1l!ld 181) ph~~>t~ change


bd\WCO 111pUl and 001pu1 I olLO~f

Tile lond curren1J, fn 111~ gl1tn drcult i~


+20V

xa

b. JI RVund iiJ(IIIz
c. ~36 Vnnd50 H
d. b.lll VAnd 100 Bz
I'oro JI:.I:T, g..= 1mAN and
C,.~C"' =5pF. Tbcs)'ntbols have
their u.'iUal meaning. Tite 1'1ol' lit< JFIIT "

lkll

.e

ll

l!illpUI VlllillgC:S

b. 1go phnse dumgc

Schon~l

b. AI - pSi Ohmic .utd AI - nSi Ohmtc


c. AI - I)Si 'lcltoi1~Y ttttd AI
n\ j
Ohmic
II

15.

(Jl.R,) I(R1 tR,)

ce

IU.

T(l~

om

11.

w
w

tll'311~ equal In
a. I MU2
h. 5 M&
c.. 3(1 MlJr.
d. 190MHl

13

a Ill mA

b 411 "11

A 7t;llct diqde hns ~ 7i!IICI ttSistnnce nl'


j{1 ff 100 CUI'ronllhmugh the h'llcr diode
hnng~ lilnn IlimA 1<1 2flmA, tile ch:in~e

,,r v,tltngc
II.

\l(I'Qs. ~to:

t.cner diode 1ill bt:

11

0.05 v

b. Oll75 V

c. 0 IV

14.

d. ().$ v
Ibe CE nmttlificr 15 shown 111 the gilro
figure. The VOlt;!,.~ g.tln or the Bll\~lilior IS

18.

c )jm,\
d. 20 m.l
In cmihcr coupled diO\,rcnliol 11111plifier
behves as llll ~~cel!~:~lt doohle - cnd<d
clipper l the mngnftu~e df lh< inplll
differoolial 10l1ngc e.xceeds
a ~VT
h. Nr
c 2 \'
d. Vr
The la:hniqu~ (If IJILil!rizuti~n dh'l!f~il) 11

ltlt'd
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for tile H111111111ng bloc)( ~od~.

li TD increase

t01ol ll'ord lcngllt uf the blocl. and 'II' he


IJ~<: number of mlom1a~un b1ts. Ulen an
UJIOwablu ~O<Ie <If' thiS 111, 1.1 family ol'
Hnmnri~~g ~ode ts

Ill sutcl!llt COIIIIIlWIICllllOII


b fn IIVJX1S4."llttCrcom mu nie<~tfon
c.. To combat fading fu mtcruwaw
CllJIUJIW!IcnlJOU

in

repentcr SJI'!Oing

(7, S)
b ( 15 Il l
(). {31. 25)
d. t 129. 120)

il.

microwav-e link
19.

Smnhs chnns nre used 111 Qlllllrn !he:

mtpedance rclanons alon a

Losslcs.~ rrnn~mlsslonlme

for diOerent

load C(lndili<ut~

om

(on.~lcJer tht rollowilg~tnlon~n~~

b LosS) lt.msm1ssion ltn~ for diOi:rcnt


loa,l condllliub
c Lo!!!>y ll'rlr~.>lt1lssion hn~ t~nnrnniJ Ul u
load cqu.,l to fine churact~stic
rmpcdancc
d losslcss tmnsmr.l51on hnG ICOllliiUicd
aL a load equal 1u line cbaroclcnsnc
A

frequ~nuym!ldulu!cd

voltage wave iS

g1ven as V = 10 sm(:l.:n 5sm 400m) The


Ctlrricr froquency nnrl 1na.xmnull dev1o1i()u
orthe Sii!Jinl nre IC.~I)li:Ctivclv

.c

a IOMH7.mxl I O ~H1.
b. 100 MHl ~mil kHz
c 10 MHt Mtl I ltH'
d. I00 MHz mtd 10 kHz
A DSB - SC s1gnlll l~ being Cletcc l.:.1
~ynohrQnously The phnm- error in !he
locaUy geuemred canier will
n Cllll'>C' phn.o;e deloy

b. Ciluse nhase distonion only

.e

c Have the effed <JI' r~ducmg the OU1put


dud CIIIISIU!\ phase dlslor11UI1 also
d R~du~ 1he detected ontpUJ only
21.

Match list I (RM I 051 l~yer) with list 11

w
w

rFunclitnl) and selec1 !he corr~cl DIIS\\er


l.ist I
A. l\envor~ layer
LJ. I lllll!iporl fayL'f
C Data bnk lay~r
D. Presentation layer

Ll~t

c~

d. l b

.26

Inn TV "-"Ceivcr, if 1he pc1ure " rollms,


this may be due 10
n. Problem iu verticru syuchrou.Wuion
h l'rublum nl~t~ritmolu( S.)'i1Chl''m7at!('n
c. No vemcnl dellection

d. No bonzontru defloc1ion
The cin;uit wil!1 IIIPUl< A and B hewn m

the gfven figure perfumllt the


Voc

II

I Control of p!lci.~IS
l . D-ata compress10u
.l Br~:a ks mpul bit onto f'r'llliiCS
-1 llrenl.> dOil'l miCl sm.1ller unit.~
A
I

B
d

C
3

b
e

4
I

3
3

d. l alone
If the ilismu~e d' ht111een 1hc mdnr nud
the target is reduced ro ' dl2' tllen the
1-e\<te\\ed UIC' received j)\11\~r becomes N'
I ime~ I he powern:cervl:d earlier. The \llllu~
of>N' i.
il, 2

ra

25

xa

11.

In comparison 10 I'CM a OM :!}'Stem


sutli:rs from till! dlsadvfuliUJ:\1:!. tlf
I SI(}Jll: o~.:rlond dl~t<li1IOII
2. Larger band"i dth
3. more comple.\ circuo~
~ , Infc:rior perfunnnncc
Which of these st11em.:n1~ i~/are correct~
tl. I ulonu
b. I nnd.:!
c. 2 and 3

ce

Impedance
20

J ol I I
b!!

tr n'

11.

a, AND Ol)l!ntilon

l> Or QjJCilllrOII
c. NA NO opcmuon
II. NOR Ojlel'liUOll

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the product-of~ums C.'<plcssion


l. ~p I n(x - Z) tbe c~UI\Iolout ""'"

of..product~ expres.ion will

be

d. f nnd 3
~4.

a. XI' t X Z
b. xr t-\1'
c,. .\T - XZ

<1.
29.

a. Q ,,=J,Q,+K,Q,
b.

xr 1 :a

u lho input to a 5 bit ladder lypc D,\C I

1110 I (where o- and t rcpresenlv 0 V


and I0 V r'espectively ), the output vllhag<>
"ill b.: opproxiruald$
a. I V
b. 9 \'

e,

d.

35.

a, . \.

is preFero'ed over dy:nami.o

11, Slow >peed. of operation


l..t~tsoutoruge "''Pcily

.L.ower access time

)().

th~lr

SIJ.e

hove

3 7.

d. 256 I
In which one or the n.>J IO\~ms modes or

38.

.e

opCI'lltion. ltil\ regL<ter cese to wodc o. u


hit1. register"

a. SJSO

w
w

ll. SIPO
.:. p 150
ct. PIPO
Consider the lb llowmg ~-xprcssoan:
L f - f(.1.B.C.D) - L{l..H, 7. 8.11..13. 1~)

39.

33.

f{r-1. B.C.D)=

Which

of

c:tjuivl~otl

2 nnd 3
b. t and 4

ru.

b.

4lVIHl

c,

f(J MHz

d. HlO J\'lllz
The each" memory h a lugbspc'ed of
40ns3ndnhit plio of ~O'iQ. The ''eJ!"br
m.unl(lry has n ncc~s time of' J0\) f\S. Th<"

these expression an:


lo
lhc
~xpressii>IL

.C'CC!>S

memory i~ equal to

n(0. L2 4. 6.8,9,lS )

Y; A(l! B tl} C lll D '/

ro dccodo. lhe operand ca.sil)

d. 'ro nihil\ both positive :md n<;g#t'iw


upernn<IR
To cnnstruct a 2 11' inpot mo lilplex.er, d1e
requited number o2 inpul ouultiploxor. i.s
a. 31
b. 63
c. 127
d. l!U3
The 4- hit ripple c11unlcr whi<h is
C(lmp0$cd ,;r llip.Oop; wlth ~- pi opaJ!Atlon
deb y of 20 ns, woulrl hnVc the onnxim lim
eountlng reed of
a. lMHz.

a.

r:

'"'"It

av0111Jt<: r:(fC<.'ti'" lime for CPC' to

3. I = f (.J. H,C:J)) = td 0,3, 5,6. '.>.10. 12,15)


-1-.

most

u. Notlo !ctch oporund from men1ory

xa

1!. 16 16
c. 32 $

the

b. To execute the Instruction immooint~f.l

addrcs,; hllll.,. connectod lOSctho:r.


n,e n..,;ultintt ruernor) sytcut will b.: of
l<izc
. 64 4

fonn

<igJlil:icai.t ~it
h. Th" Rign of' the fiP!t opcra11d I~
differcol lb cro the isn of the
c. .E~dusive NOR uf c:1.n y fron:t lhe. ltlosl
it>nific.1nf but nnd t llfl')' t(lnn lhc ne.'d
onoslslgnlfitont bulo~ ' I'
'flte adanJage~~ ofintruediate oddressiug is
a.

d. Lower powerconsumpiicm
Four memO"ry chops or 16 4

oomes

ra

3 1.

h.
CL

cam

ce

RAM wben the til<lujr.,oncnl ;. or

An ovcrflll.W occu[l\ io integer hinory


when

aritiUlleti~

~ IOV
I~A.\1

Q..1 J,Q, I }.,',Q.


Q.,, = r,,Q, ' I',Q
Q~~ ~ J . .Q,. I A.. Q...

.c

ol 1

Static

Which one of the following difference


c:tjuolion> will s at.i>C) lln:.JK .flip-0 011 trolh
IJiblu?

--

.,. -9 v
30.

~ "' 14

c. l and 4

om

28.

.tO.

5'2ns

b. 60n.
e, 70 nti
d. 80 II~
lvlnteh List I (Power llloc~'on.ic .Dwices)
wilh List I1 (Symbols) and select the
correct an.swur;

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S of I I
List I
A GTO thyristor
B. Triuc

ICiB'I

l) ~.II

L(SL II

+1.

4,

lh)'li~tor current~

r-spcctf' cI)

a.

41

'

3
I

4
3
4
3

_:1

4
d.
I
t'lull!r.tl oOnirnO(:U.lqil or u
pla,ewbcn

lb)'rl>tor

c.
A

...

takes

Aoode L'llrrent beeomes lteto


G>JtC current bel.l<Jmcs ~cro
~- Volmgc a~ros:o the ctc1 ice t)CCQIIIC!i
LerQ
J Vohag~ 3Cf03!t the device ll~cornes
negmiv<
A gute-tum-ofi' (GTO) thyristor
3 . Rcquu-es u ~p<.oconl rum-ot'l' c~r<;uit like
u thynsror
b Can be turned uri' by renmviug the gote
9.

.e

xa

42,

w
w

put~

.:. Can be turned ofl' by u negllliw curr~ltt


pul:;eru il1c gate

d. Cnn be turned ofT b) n positive current

pulse at 1hc gmc


The SCR ctrcnit Is shown m tne gown
ligurc. \~hich one or the lolluwln!l wa1c
ibnns rcJlreseot ' V1 ' 1\iteo onput voltag,e'
Is sonusoidnl?

43,

cz ~ 90'

....

ror 1lols eh\'fl(!er are,

(Ill

Jar .

--

R
d ..fiit

.fal'.

--llll

--

I?

ce

B
2

orl,

al

..=.:..t

al'

mitt-

./(ij '

- - lrl

uJ ()'f',
-

ra

h
c.

i\
I
I
2
2

.J5,

3.

vnltag~. ~t' is lhe load r~istnncc und (1 1~


Ute duty cycle.. R.MS and average values of

.c

For u sle,..do11 o chopper. VI is tbe sourw"e

om

R
II
A step - up chopper is required 10 deliver n
load \'Ollag~ of 660 V jhun 220 V de
suun:e. Tfthe nou -ronductiun tim~ of $GR
ii; 11\{) i,., ~li.' rtoquireil llUI~-IVidth Will Ill:
n. 300 JIS

b 250 J.lt
c. .200 J.l.'l'
d, 150 !1S

4(j

In n 3-phasc hal l~wn\c diode rcctJ'Iier, the


r:utio of avemg,e Qulpnl voltng_e to perphnse onu~trnoonJ uc vollrlJ!e os
a 0.955
b. O.ft27
~- I 65-4
d. I 169
l'igtore I shows a 3-phase invertors fed b)
u <VIIStant \Ohag~ ~our.;e Voc wrtl

conuecl-..:1 lo a bal.anced r...s.isllve load ul


the output. hacll switchtng dcvkc may
conduct for 1200 or for 180". The wave
lorrn shown on the logurc Ills 1hc

'f

or

I
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Line 'olla11e with 120" firing


b I,,llld pi\IJ)o.> vnhnl!c: 1\ alh 120" fin Ill!
e l,lne vollltllC wilh I&0 lir11ag
d. Load phase voh;~ge "uh ISO" !iring
The given figure sho"s electnc p<mer
uapul P. H>u" lusslcs ~ nchrOnllll~ n11~0r
Q5 U f'UIIL'tion or torque Ullj!IC ~~ . 11ae lo;td
ts !Uddenl} tncrcnsed fonn P11 to 1\ nrulth~
motor oscillates around 6 between li ,,
jpld /) '" '

ll

h hmi.J

c. 1.2andJ

.c

d. 1,2and.J

The SCVeOI)' of la ue. 10 jifO!IIId ~nd thrceph;tile fuuh5 at tl>e tcn11 lnal~ of nn
unle>aded >)' IIOhronoll.\ lfcllel'll\or 1~ to be
same. Jf tbe termlnal >ohage (s LO pu. z,
: Z~ = J 0 I l'u 1md lO : J 0.05 pn fur the
allemator then lhe rc<l<aircd iuduetive
ruactnJocc- t()a nclalntlsroundiu~; i~
a. 00166pu
h. tl 05 pu

cr0

6, d,.

d-+

ra

ce

48.

om

,., ,,, 11
The calculanons perfOrmed using sbon .
line apprn~inl~te model instead of nomi~~al
;r
II lnoclel lor a m<.'ililnu length
trunsnu!i$1041 line deh~crinll hl.lllllll!! lo~d al
a gaven receiving - end volta!:\<' always
result in higher
I Sending- end cum:m
2 Sen<\Jn-~; cno rower
3. Rcguln11ou
~- Effideno:y
Which of Jbese slatemettts are correct?
a, I and 2

uw

Consider lbe lrnlowing slatements demed


rro111 lh~ li~:ure rc~;nruin~ th<t a'u lm'""~hrr>
b..'lwe~n the- tuowr 5po:d "' aud tl>
syuduono~ speed M, at dtffcrent points
tn tbe oscillating cycle:
II) AI j)OIOI I. 1tJ c m,
liiJ AI JlOIIll 1. while OJICIIInllllg. f'Min
townrds 3.1'1 "'-!11 ,
Ciii)At poim L wh ile oscillating from 3
towards I n1 ro ,
\\hadl of the$u ~~~1\.'tnC!t~~ h i a'<ll!fc

xa

Sl

w
w
b.
50

o.o~

Pu

O,OIOS pu
<l 025 pu
Consi<k-r the fllllowing Stntements:
e

.,r 11 lung
line C3U be incoea..ed 10ouhou1
affec<inll its stabthty by

tratrn~iou

adversely

lone
~-

Lwnped mduclllnces
tanu

tn

shun! '"th 11ae

C, I UIIIJ!Cd c~paCillmro>

Ill ~hllll\ willt the


lane
d Lwnped capacitances m senes wrth the

19

0 IS 1111

Til~ ~Uttll' uup~d(HI<.-.: IO(odin~

a. j,uonped tndtact- in ~cnes wnh the

.e

and l\
b 1.1i and tv
-.;. inudrii
cl Iii nloau:
The re.aclance of a generator desognated
X" is gi v<.11 as 0,25 l'lt based 011 the
genernlors name plate ratrng of 18 I;V.
500 M\' ,\ If the bnsc mr c:tlculalaous t5
changed Co :!0 kV. 100 MVA, the
~en~rator reactance X on new base wtll be
a. I 025 Pu
II

o I pu

oonnecung

~~~~<I?
3..

~.

liw
53

hnc has equal voltages "'


tile lwo 1!/ld$, nJtutoltlllled COilStant It) lwn
sourc~ A tbotd o<)orte.: .s tQ be j>fQ\ 1ded to
maintam nJDslanl l'oha~ (equal to tl>e end
vollagcs) at either Ute mld-poim of tl1e line
(cn~c 11 or at 75'1o oflhe dislttnce li'mn rh~
~~endan!! eml (Cuse 2) 1 hen the ma\Jrnuna
power-transler capabilmcs of Lbe hoe m
the ong~nftl c~se. case I :lJJd case 2
r~specuvel}. will be mlbc ratio of
A lnnsms>oon

~.

I I I

ll 11 1107.5
o. I 2..1

d. l:4"16
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between dead-end towerand sub-stadon at


the end of a trnnsmissi'on line" Which of
the following will decrease, when voltage
wave is entering from overhead line t()
cable?
I Velocity of propaj!ation of voltage

Lisl l

A Mho Relay
B. .Negath(e Sequence Relay
C ,.hermal Relay
List1
I Bus bar

wa.~e

2 Steepness of voltage wave


J . Magnitude.ur volwgo wave.
Sele~1 the correct answer using the codes
given below
a I and2

2 MQtor
J Generator
~

b 2 nnd 3
d. 4- 2 and 3

capacilauce

cl

60.

.e
25 pu

w
w

61.

a. j 07 pu, i I! 75 pu. j 045 Pu


I;_ - j 0.7 pu.-J 075 p - j l) -15 pu
u j 7 0 pu, J b.Opu, j 9.0 Pu
d j7.0 pu, - J 6.0 PU. j 9.0 pu
In luatl - Avw Maly~l~. lhe load 4J ~ bus 1~

B
3

C
2
I

2
J

3
2

Shunt resistor is connected across the


contacts of a circuit-breaker in order to
a. Damp our the restricti-ng 1ransiem
b Bypass rile arc current
c. .Umit tloe sbort-cireuit eutrcnt
d Reduce the. do mage to tbe con wets due.
to arcing
l'hasll.c()rttparison relaying is
a. Used tbr providing back-up protection
to transmission Itues
b btimune to tbe effects of power surges
c. Adversely affeCLed by the currents
flowin! in the protected line due to
mutual induction from unothe~ n.eaJby
circuli
d Adversely affected by Ute Joss of
synchronisnl between sources of
g~ncmuiott beyond tbe end> or Ute
protected line
Maloperation of differential prorection of
transfomters due to magnetizing inrush
cutrenl is prevent<'<! by
a. Setti ng tbe current or the relay higlter
rltan 1lte maximum value. ur mrush

ce

S9_

Affects rhe system grounding for


which a l rd harmonic voltage appears
on rhe line, and causes 3rd harmonic
cbargiog cUiTcnt
II single line. diagram of a power system is
shown in t he given figure. fhe diagonal
elements of the Yn11s mamx is

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c.
d

xa

56

A
1
2

line

ra

The coro11a contn'butes a rd harmonic to


Ute chatgJng currant of the Line. because it
a Occurs every half cycle of the
fundamemal frequency
b. Induces a 3 rd hannonic voltage"
bctwt,-en line and eatth
c Produces random harmonic~. but only
3rd harmonic is pas!IC<I tltrouglt tlte line

Transmi~si<)n

a.

c. )andl

ss

? of 1-l
Match Li~ I (Relay) with List II
{Equipment) and select rhe concc1 answer'

om

A s)lort length of cnble is connected

.c

54

represented as

a. A constant CUJTent drawn from

Lh~ bus

b A constant impedante connected

at

the

bus
c. Conslrull real and reactive powers
drawn from the bus
tL A voltag~ - d(ll)endent tnpedanct at
the bu

c.urreut

b Keepinft: the times~Ning long enough


(o r Ute inrush current to Jail to a value
below the primruy operati ng cune!T\ Qf
tltc relay
c. llypa.~si ng th< Inrush eurrent rmm the
operatrng coil of the relay
d 1:i ltering the third luum,)nie content of
the inrush current flo\\~ ng through the
operat<ng coil and passing througl1 the.
r~-straining coil
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Jn~rcmomol fuel oons 111 JU t MWh for 11
plum <"OMI~ting pf two unan lite given by

dF,

dP t

0A I't~400

Rcluctunce torque ts produced ~hell


rotor wandtng fs ~xcu~.
2. Relu~tante torque is producdtl 11 hen
~lllor wmding is ilXcited
3 When both stator and rotor winding~
nre <!xcited. electrom3gneuc tmque IS
produced
4 When (Nth sllltllr and rotor wmdings
o.r~ excited. electromagnetic as well as
reluctnncc torques nrc producc.d
Wbtcb of these slllt~metm rue corrL'Ct?
a, :! !lltd 4
b I and 4
c, I and 3
d 2 nndJ
n,olll~nucal sy~chronou.~ machmes A null
(3, I'Utllllll~ U! the ~111e Speed, Qr<" Jtokod
through induct.u> II shown 111 the ,!liV~Il
llgun:,

and dF1 rdP: 0411

I'~ I-320. fha allocation

of loallls 1' 1 and P1


between the U!ll~~ I and 2. ~pecbvel~ . li11
mhumum ~(l$t 1>f gencrnlton lbr a total
load ofllOO MW 1s

a 200 ~1W and 700 MW


h JOOMW nnd MOMW
d.

soo Mw und 400 MW

.c

Gwen (jgure ~hows nn elec110magnet to


lin a load of W gram_ A'iSume mfmite
pt'nnimbihty for rron. !'be ampere turns of
the exciting coil to m:timain an
eqtiillbrium ~~ nn air-gap nf ~ mm would
l:le g.ven by

ra

ce

63.

om

c. 400 MW nnd 500 MW

... . .
llx

.[I

b 0 282 IP.r

r;

67.

.e

c s 74 IJx

xa

"- o_g74

Mixhlne.A
Ma<hlne B
Machine A lVIII suppl1 acdvc and reacttvc

.JA

~5.

1~ l.!ss th~Jl

v,,

Vn

Negative and V" tS gJ<-nterthan Vu


l'he g1veo figure shows the equwnlent
ClfCUJI Of a J -phase IJldUCUOn motOr Wllh
deep-bar rotor The sequence or \ll<l
ll1ll!lllltudes of the param..-ters of
rcs~'1!llnccs
and rcaclllnces in tbc
d

r.
111

J:lr

a111

;: "

-.R.,

:t. II,, N, .\' ,,,\ , II., I .

64.

c. NCW111Vc nnd V,,

asccndin!lord~r is

w
w

d. 2 . tlliV.tI
'(1te .>efic~ 111nding or a cunaulativdy
Cumpo,tnJe~ de tnotor 1S shu" -clrcllilo.l
wbtlo dnvmg a. load at rated lof<jue, ! Ius
results nl
:L Reduchon rn both the annature currenl
and1he mororspced
1'1 lm:reasc in the nmilllurc camllllt and
reduction in lh<.! rn(JI\If SiJCiXI
c lncren.~~ in- botJl the urm111uto t urretlt
os well as the niOtt)r speed
d Reduction an dtc nnnoturc ourrem and
tncrcasc in the mo1or 5JX--,!d
C:onsader 11\e followmg statements
rcgardlnt: 1111 clccmcal mnchmc having
cy lmdncnl stnlor and sahent-pole mtnr

power 10 mnchme B when i5 lS


a. l>o5Jh\ c and V" is less than Vu
b Positiw nnd VA is h'l'l)at~r thnn

.1

x ,R,..r...u.

o. R,.u.l' X ,R. ,\',.


.1, .<...n.
Which one !1f lho: tbllowln~ staaemcnts lbr
a de maubme whteh ~ prtlvh.leJ walh Inter
pole \l~ndings 1{W) as well as
compensating wfndms 1CW ItS ~orre<,t''
d

M.

n,.n,.x

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ll Both IW und C\\ ore ~OUIIO:Cicd hi


<erl~s with Ilie uon01rc "uldfn):;.
b Both I W nud C\V 01 ~ connected In
purullcl wilh the nnnniUre \\11111111!,!
c:. IW tS cuunecwd 111 c5t'I'IO:S hul CW 1s
~ounecled 111 pwa llel with the arnJJ\lUre
winding
d. 1W Is COIUle(:led in parallel blll C\\ is
connected in senes wnb the annnlure

d SIIQfl

CirCilll Cl\llfiiCtt:nJiiC$,
Cfli111tC1en<tiCS

fnctor

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Mmcb Ltst I with Ltsl n und sclec1 lhe


Ust I (Moton)

List

II I Atlrllt>~tlon<)

.c

8.

b.

c.

1J

'" llt~ "'''" 'glc, ~c n:pt'CS>;I'"' '"~

xa

1.,.

74

.e
w
w
o e r

chaructt1istlcs

pm~ er

D
::!

2
~

Cannot $llu1. S!Ofl i111d rcvi:!'Se '"'


stn11

nnd synchron17.t btl!

Cllll

fuQICJr

A 3-phase mduclion motor develops A

101'\li<C 'I wlocn llnvcu fh1tll a balanced lphase supplv The tenmnal voha)!e tmd
frequency are halved so that tile atr-gap
nux r"'n;un,s th~ saruc while lit~ load
torque is k~pt constam. Tlwr !he slip
a, Is reduced 10 h<tlf
b Remams same as ~~e prevmus \'l!lue
11. SJ!C\.'d I~ rcduc~-d 10 ll!tlf

m~1111

chomclcd~IIQS

b 0 1x:t1 - oh'Cull mtd z~ro

,,
3
J

tel crse 0 11 commnncl

75.

1/J( Is induced b}' the nunfOF


d. V'l: and the air-gnp volmge Er are 180
out of phase at zero p,( load
To calculate the full - food vohage
regulation of synchronous ~:enerator al
omy ~<NeT fitclot u.-lng mtnr mel hod, [I tl
required to ha ve

shon -

3
4
..

d Canno1

t:

n11d

-4

C\}1111f1UIIJ

, ___ ,

v, IS induced by l.he mmrBD

11. Opcn-cll\ull

A
J

In a J-pl111se ~oduclion motor. the rt~~or


unpcd1111ce tutgle 111 S1tllldSiill is (I II~
lo.1d angle o wfl l be
a. Jr"f0
b. :r - 0
c. tr i 2~1J
d. r; 2
In the slew rang.e ofa ste.pper motor. it
a. Can srun. s top and reverse as desired
b Cannot stan hut can ~1011 and reverse
on c:umm nnd
c

u. V ts mduccd. by tltc mmf All


b

Bmshl~ss de rnotvr

J FllSI namg M!rvo <.lrl ve


2 Hand dntllns mnch,ne
3 Compu!L'f numericr~ C9llrrol
4 Dom~tic ptmlp

ttl determine the Leuku~e


RcadDIICO DrOll 1,~, nt !he nut:d cum:m 1,
fro1111he "Po1lcr Trinn~le"' AI3C

I- V, ) dr(lp, b~CIIUSC

om

ra

urc used

lllld

correct 405\\--ef:

C lJnl'ei'S.ll lllOIOr

li~;ure

r<'fO

nnunwrc resi5rance

h~

11te Z.ert> Powl:r Fuclor Char:lc1etl$1ie


I ZPFC), niOilj; willl the Open - Citcuh

lidd

and lmllnlltr" rc~i~1nnce

A. 1 -phase wducuon moror


B Stqlpt' mo1or

Chantctorislic (OC\1 :U oho-.n in the ~oven

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cbnrncten~uc;s,

111 rutcd slwl'l ofrcuu ctll'lt111

winding
A J-phasc 20-polc, synchtOltO<IS general(!!'

ISO stator sloL~ wilb ~c-la~cr fi~ I


p!tcll coils TI1cre ure 6 conductors per;>lot
1111<1 1111 toil~ per phn.e ore eonnt~'ll lu
llencs. 11e rotor i~ dmen a! 300 rpm ond
lllc nu~ 11er pole (.lintt~<lid all) distributed)
1~ 25 111Wb. The ''(lltu.~~ t~~<luced f>Cr plm.SI.l
1s neares1 to
lL 500 v
b. 1000 v
c. 1500 v
d. 2000 v

711

cum.~u

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c. Oj)(!ll - ctrcull

il l>peed rermli n.s rho sumo


71\

(<IIISid<~

the (olf()WIIIl' Sl~lillll~lll~


A octhng lilt1tluls 111 ~I nn l)ecm.se
I 1\fQm wmillllg 1!. ClflCII-CII'C\1111
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2 Awohruy <Vmdln~ is open-meuned
J Cap:u:iwr is sllon-circult..:<l
-1. Supply tcmutlftls uru rcveM\1.
S. Mam
and
au.~rllnrl
wmdlng
connecuons are mterchnng~d
Wluch or the.o;e stntcmcnts nre correct''

a L 2 aml5
b 2, 3, -1 and S
81

Hysrerellc loss of -a trJnsformer desll!IJed


or vol~1gc. v and frequency r 1s P 1f
the 1r.unsfonncr IS opcmt"Cd li'om n vohngc
~v Ulld frequcnc} ',;.r the hystcrellu loss
ror H Stemmetz constant or1 W i ll bea. '1(!\ph

x'p,

<1

4-J;" lbl ~-

83

.e

Assertion IAt: The dnvmg point


admmance funotion of a pasSI \'C network
r;nJJnot huve mulllplo poles on rhu J 01 a"!..
lteUllon (It) : Multiple roles un th~ J ru a~ is give ri~c m rin~e di1m:lln funCiiO!I5 t)f

Rt-lL"'n fR): 11te epttonucal layer In


which these component~ are fabrtcared cun

pmY!cle n commnn leaknge p:oth


u. llotb A and K ut~ trut find

w
w

79

T.):
I, lal :

xa

1<1

ln.

ra

Wl11ch ono of the following ligures


rcprcseniS the correct direcuou of llo" of
currentS In !he dilferenl secti011S or the
"uult~s of a.!l3uto translbnner'

78.

.c

b XI\
u. r11

or

CQrrect explanahl)n of A
b Bmh A nnd R arc m1e hm R 1s NOT
the corrc'l explnnruiou or i\
c. A is true but R I~ rai>C
d A is f.9lse but R is true
A.o;sertiun lA): Ir the Vllltugl'S ocros:. R. L
and C' dements comti.'Gtcd m s.m.:s In an
uc C1rcwt ar~ 300 V. LOO V and 500 V

r.:specnvcly, then the total voltage applied


"~II lle500 V

Reason (It ): 11lo oJlllhc'tl ultug~ m LCR


c1rc~h 1s equal to the muxtmum

sencs

1~

b the

Corr~ct e~planatior1 uF II

the l)'J11.' I COS IJJ 1311<1 1 sin IV I


a.. Buth A un~ R ar~ lr!Je and R 1S tho

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r~duet: the number


memo!) rererem:es
rcqu1red
11. fl<lh 1\ !tnd R !In! truo und H 1$ the
c-orrec.t eJ~plaoalion or A
b Both A. nnd R are rrue but R ts NOT
the correct C>1fl:matmn or A
~. 1\ i> true bUt R JS faTS<!
d A is false but R fs l rue<\!;Sertion (i\1: I'C'I gate has les.~
pmpli.YI'liOn del!l_v US CQmpan:d 10 m untJ
CMOS gut~~
Rl'llson I R): ECL glUe C011$umes less
puwt:r.
a. Both A Oftd R arc true nnd R Is the
oom:ct "-"r lnuutlun ol' A
b, Both A uod R nre rrue but R 1s NOl
1he corrccr expluna11un IJf A
c A is true !Jut R IS f:~lse
d. A I~ flll!>e but R is uue
Assertion (,\): n1e mtiJvrduul al'IIW at1d
passtve compom:nrs in lC should be
~lcctncnlly IS<Jinted 'l'rum one nnother
~!.!fore metllllizm.ort

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speed up the qpcmti(ln qf com]ltller,


Rl!llson (1{): llnrdwllte sracl l'~tstcrs

om

c I .!nndJ
d. I,J:md4

voltage exrstmg acros~ Wl) of these


elements.
a Botb A nod R are true and R Is 111~
correct explanauon of A
h Bllth A and R are lrue but R is NO I
Lhe correct e"Jllannl lon of1\
C A IS tn1e but R IS fal~
d. A IS false but R IS true
As.~ertion (i\ ): l lnrdwute stack regi$1en;

1W

h Bllth '\ and R or;: tnJc but R is NOT


the corr~l ~.-plnnatfon or A
cc 1\ i>lrue but R ts false
d. A IS tills.>! bur R IS I rue
Ass~rtiQn (1\ ): 1\ TO\\ voi!Oge srnndilll!
wave "ltiv ( VSWR I ts the guul 111 a
trUIISITIISSIOil l in~

RCIIS{In ( R): The htgher tile VliWR the


grll3ter ts the mi;wotch 0111he hn~.
a. Buth A nod R or~ 11uc nnd R l!i the

currect expiMattoo of A
b Both A and R are tme but R IS N01
Ihe Cl)rrect esplnnruion or A
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I I o( I I
c. y~l
d. ~~~
Ao RC drlvi ns point impedBJlce function
has .<eros at s ~ - 2 and s ~ - 5. l'be
admissi.ble no.le~ for tho:. fuJction are
a. S = 0 and s= 6
b. S : - 1 and s =-3

om

90

c. S =o and s~l
d S= - 3aod s=-1
For the circuit shown 1n the given figure,
the swi tcu ' K' was closed for a long li111e
!ill StCildy <Jal~ conditioru. reached. At tiJrte
I = 0. the switch K' is opened. then the
current through inductor wn l be

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c, A is tTUe but R is false


d 1\ is liili~ but Ris true
Assertion (A): Square law detectors.
t!Jough simple, are not s~tisfac!OI)' lor Ote
dei~tion of amplitude modulated sig11als
Renson (R): Square Ia\\' detection leads to
l~tts~ second bam10nie <listonion, which is
proporliQnalto the modulation inde.' uf OH,.
s) nusoida.l-signal
a. Bmh A and R am u ue: and R is the
eorreet exl'lauation t>f A
b. Doth A 'lind R are 111.1e but R is NOT
~1c correct expl anation of A
c. A is true but R is false
d A is false but R 1s true
For ~otwork sbown in the given fi!,'Urc. the
CUITent in the 20 resis1or would be

2Q

ce

; lOV

m
xa

d. 30A

In the _given elrcuit. tf the inductQr is


initially relnxed,. tben the current ill tlte
circuit will be

w
w

.e

1A<S

n. I andO

w
tl

ss

t
/II
f!- 1
I.

..!..(1
I

-t'-

lnputi mpedmwe of -a CRO measured at IQ


kRzisZ1 and at IOMFfzis~ Which one
of the follov.ing rclatfoos is eorrect?
a. 17., 1>17., I
b. IZ,I=IZ I

c, IZ, I ~I ZJ I
d 17., 1=1 000 17.:1

c::illlU1t currellt was measured while the


W t!rce

a B

d, I and l

lu a two-po11 network, tlte output short-

b y'l

r
l

c. 2 and 0

R1/, )

voltage at the input was I V, the


value of til~ output currc,tt would pro,iM
the parameter

lQ

b. 2 <Uid 1

.Zero

~ ~!<F'~
IQ

b / / 11.0{1)
c

a, 5 cos IOl
b. 5 cos 1()Ot
c, ~ cos I 0001
d 5 CC15 I00001
1:or the circ<~it shown in the given figure.
Steady state is reached with switch s
operL 1\t t : 0, when switch S is closed.
then the valuo:.s of v (in V) nnd dv/dl !In
Vis) respectively at t = 0 will be

11.

l ,u F

ra
"ll

5A
b 20A
c, 251\
;t..

87

'

Ql ,

The quality factor or -a series circuir


consTsriog of 20n resistance, 0.05 H
tnductnnce and I /-1 F cnpad~nc~ is
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b. II 2
c. 8.7
9d.

t.: "' 14

" X (-1) =.1'(0)


d 1'(- 1)= 2:s(n)

The funCllllll x(l) is shuvn in lhe J!IVen


figure If X(Jr<~) is 1he fourior lronsfarm

d 4.j
The 1oltagc v,, for lhc circw l shmn m the
! IVCn llgurc Will he

oflhe'i(l~lhon IX(jwj)al c,F Owill lle

~ ---[--~

-1

~.(~ ~ ~: J

v.(1- ~ )

?5

d 3
the runcuon

t::-)
t-: (1 - ~)

I)

d.

100

c. 1

.e

xa

d 2 1n
C011$1der Ihe lilllt>wmg stntem~nLS
H the tllflcr~ntiul ctjuntion for tbc circuit
sho11n rn the wv~n ligurt is Y(l) - 4 1(1)
- 4 Then U1c ~Lllf value~ or J::. R uod C
ore, respectively
R

_[

101

g..=..

w
w

X(l )=x(O)
l' ( l)c ~>{u)

2;$ (11/ 2)

A band pW stgnal ha.,ing the frcqueiiC}


contcnls in the mngc of I MHz to 1 Mill
1S lo

be $(impled. 11\e ongmnl signal can

be rcconslf\lcted, if the rninirnvm sampi in~


note is
a. I0'' samples/;
b. 1 Iosumplc~'s
c, 4 II)" snmptes/s
d. 6 I0' samples/s
For lhe lcedbllck lo)'~lem shown rn lhe
given ligwe 1he forward path d11es no1
WTect til<~ S)Siemuutput when KG t5
R

'----1 u

a Small

L IV,I 0 and Q15 f


2 2V 0.5 0 and O.SF
.3 2 V lfl andOH
.j I V,O2~ !} Md I F.
Wlucl1of these s10tcmcots arc con-ect?
a I nnd 1
h 1andJ
~- 3 .tnd 4
.-1 I nnd4
lfX!zl = Z transform of.~tn). then

8(211) 1s equnllo

c. 2J(n)

h. I

11.

<-+

"' R(n)
b [1.26(11)

Tho de compon<mt ol'lhe funct1on 11 sin I;,

a.

112

ce

a. ll,S
b 1.5
c. 1

ra

- 112

.c

a.

om

x(l}1 ......--'-

102

b. Ncgntive
c. One
d Yen lurgc
u a ~ystem lub an o[Jen loop lt!lnsfer
'otmct1
.on l -.r 11en
I
I gnm
' n1 t he Jmitem
11e
I ,..
at fl'<:qu ~nc) al I md 1~ w1ll b.:
:t.

b, I ,
c. Zcrl)
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_,

A systc<n block diagram is shown 1<1 th<!.


g;jveu figure_ The over~H transfer functJUn
Of the system IS
C
R

e. 3 , )4 s
d l s

I07

G,, G, G,
I + 0 1 G,G. H 1 + G,H,- G,G,H,
X
~

R.-;<XJHI

The value of ' X- would be equal


a HJ

D(o)

ce

d 0;.1-1,
T he S!gnal Oow graph of the system 1s
shown m 1he grven figure The rrans!'er
funC11011 C(s) I D(s) or tlle sysrem IS
0. . .
_.

IM

error of20~ lo a unit step - mput is g.rven

C(o}
1
R(o) .-+-~~~~>:-:f~:-" C(s)
~(Jl

- H(e}

II

xa

Gl (... )G, (' )

<it(<)<.t,(s)H()
G1(N)Ci, (s)

b, I G1 (.v)G, (.t)H(s)

110

.e

-G, (s}

'r he response of a system to a tim\ ramp


tl/8 u(t)+ll8e....1 Whtch one or
the followmg 1S (lie unit impulse response
or the system
a_ t ... e~ 1

w
lQ6

20

Thetran~fer

function for a system Is

K(.v ' 2)
.K "> ()
(s t I)(' 1 3)(s 4)

b -4
c, - 2

tl - 1
I ll

c c"
d 2c 4 '
If a second oJder system has poles at - I
;. then step response of the system wll
cxhl bil a peak value at
a, 4.5$
b 35s

C,

Two branches (loci) of the pint drrected


along asymptotesarecentered at a po1N
a. -3

i npln IS 11,

b. 2(1 c '')

a, SOO
b 100

Ci(.,)

w
w
105

..

~~~h-~'
-c~ J

ra

- 1

G1(l

d. Zero
The ImpUlse I'CSponsc or a linu~r S)'Sl<ltl IS
giv~n by g( l) =Ke'"' A tangent 1$ drawn to
the impulse resp<:mse cuiVe at lime t=O, Jhe
iangeot will interseat lhe tune axis m
a. 1/ ?.r
b. r
c.. 1r
d Kr
A system os sltowll on the 1.1iveo iigtire The
value oJ K wb1clt gives a steady - stJe

.c

G1ll'

c G2l-IJ
104

gain margiu of umty negative


feeqback sy!ifem having. forward transfer
,
.
II
funcllon ( r ) IS
.s: s +I
a, lnljnoty
b kT
c,

108.

ne

om

11 2

The number of roots 1n the lefT-Iialf of s


plane forthe equat ion s3 - 4i+ s+ 6 = 0,
would be
a.

b 2
c. 3
d 4
Consider the toll owmg features;
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114.

11\()0 \\' ~ 1,2n

Th~ impc<lan~,. of n

1 00~~~60"

.c

[n

118

J 1!1.

7.~- 4000.. .~0"

xa

Z., - Unkttown

lf lil "' lOOt) rndiani>,

Ul~

compon""" of

unknown :'arm h:-, , the.: resistance:

.e

soo./iO!n

n. Series wiUt a eapoc.itoJ' o.f 2. u F


b. PMallel with n cnpacuurof 2 11 F

w
w

c. Series whlt an inductm of 2 ttH

cl P:trallel with nn lndue~orof2 . I ' H


In n low power-J\Ic.tor waumelcr.
t<Hupensoting coil ;. employed in order l.o
a, N"'ltralize the eap<tCitance .:tTwl of

US.

ptc!lstJN coil

h Compensate for the inductnn~c of


prcs<utc Cl>il
.:, ComJ>e!}S3t<! lilr tlte error caused by

d.
l lb.

Which one of the followina <:aus~ Ute disoau indUCtion type of .notm nl<'tcr lo
t'Oiotos in the oppO!Lile clircclion1
a. lltc brakmg magnelis faultv
b. Bolh currc:nt <:<~if and vultoge ct'lil ~re
Wrt'mglr eooocel<:d
"' Either Cllm:nt ei~i l or vo ltage coi l l<
wrongly I!UnnectcJ
d. fbe load is highly reacuve
In a semiconductor strain gauge. the
change in resi$lan~ on application of
strain is minly due lU tho t lumgo In it.s
a, l.eo~tlt
b. Diameter
" Resistively
d. Longth nd diamete
111 dignl!l volltnclor. the osciJI~l<Jr
th:c1uency is 400 1d 1z. un(l llto romp voJIJlgc
f~JI$ 1\-om 8 V to tl V m 2 0 ms. The
num~ ol' pules counted by the cj)unler
wrruld be

om

117

.z,.~= 250Q

th~

a. l>mc

hnsio at bridgd ntml

an:

rl.., =

u~ed

ra

tl

11 uf 14
to me.-.sure d~ vohllge
In a dn:ult. Thctrue \'Oibge eomptmXI to
Ute mcas ured \'aluc is
a. l(l'lo higher
b. 20'1o higher
<:. 20'lo lower
multimeter {s

ce

1. Squim:l~ge or dra~up type rotor.


'2, Nc:~rly
lutenr
chnr.!cte.istic.s.
3. H1gb X ' R rotio.
\Vhkh of thcs.: f~ton.s ure IIOSSossed by
two.,hase oc secvomototl
a. I_,Z and 3
h I and 2
c. 2 ond 3
d. 1 ftnd :l
ntc c-urrent T fluwiog Uuu ugh 11
tcsistonuc ur vluc l000 l. 0.2 i~
4Aj; o.s.,
The uneed.aiuty lu me.u~urctuenl of power
i,;
:.,. 1600 \V c!. O,Ol0 o
b. 1000 w.!. 0.02~.
c. 1600 \V : O.OS 1' o

120.

U,

40()()

b.

g()()()

c.

l6000

d. 3'2QQO
The follo" ing units are used in a dataaequisitio.n syst~m
I. r cmtr:tll"rocc.sing llnlt
2. Memory
3. Tmnsducer
4. ADC'
11>1: i<cquent-e 11f placcmcmt
fmm input to output 1~

. 4. 3. 1.2

power loss in tho pr<>~Sun; coil

b. 3, 1. I, 2

R~:eluo.,

c. 3.4.2, I

tit.: error ll:lused by tbe edd) -

con=t.s
I he baUd~)' voltage of~~~ annlog, multimetr
drops by 20il of it.s ocigiul value. Tit~

11r lltc:<e unit~

d.

+. 3. '2. I
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