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1) Which among the following curves represents the curve for

transient current?

2) Which among these is the most severe fault?

a. Single line to ground fault.


b. Double line to ground fault
c. Line to line fault
d. Symmetrical fault.

3) On which among the following factors does the magnitude of the


fault current depend?

a. Total impedance upto the fault.


b. Voltage at the fault point
c. Both (a) and (b)
d. None of these
4) Which among the following methods are generally used for the
calculation of symmetrical faults?

a. Norton theorem
b. Thevnin’s theorem
c. Kirchhoff’s laws
d. Only (b) and (c)
e. All of these

5) Which among the following reactance have a greater value?

a. Sub transient reactance


b. Transient reactance
c. Synchronous reactance
d. All of these
e. None of these

6) What is the expression for the symmetrical short circuit current? If


the total short circuit current consists of two parts namely symmetrical
short circuit current and DC offset current.

a. (Vm / Z) * sin (ω + αt - θ)
b. (Vm / Z) * sin (ωt + α - θ)
c. (Vm * Z) * sin (ωt + αt - θ)
d. (V / Zm) * sin (ωt + α - θ)

7) In which portion of the transmission system is the occurrence of the


fault more common?

a. Alternators
b. Transformers
c. Transmission lines
d. Underground cables

8) Which among these is the most commonly occurring fault?

a. Single line to ground fault.


b. Double line to ground fault
c. Line to line fault
d. Fault due to all the three phases to earth.
Symmetrical Fault Calculation - Electrical
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1) Which among the following curves represents the curve for transient current?

a. Only a
b. Only b
c. Only c
d. Only d
e. None of these
Answer Explanation
ANSWER: Only b
Explanation:
No explanation is available for this question!

2) Which among these is the most severe fault?

a. Single line to ground fault.


b. Double line to ground fault
c. Line to line fault
d. Symmetrical fault.
Answer Explanation

3) On which among the following factors does the magnitude of the fault current de

a. Total impedance upto the fault.


b. Voltage at the fault point
c. Both (a) and (b)
d. None of these
Answer Explanation
ANSWER: Both (a) and (b)
Explanation:
No explanation is available for this question!

4) Which among the following methods are generally used for the calculation of sym

a. Norton theorem
b. Thevnin’s theorem
c. Kirchhoff’s laws
d. Only (b) and (c)
e. All of these
Answer Explanation
5) Which among the following reactance have a greater value?

a. Sub transient reactance


b. Transient reactance
c. Synchronous reactance
d. All of these
e. None of these
Answer Explanation

6) What is the expression for the symmetrical short circuit current? If the total shor
consists of two parts namely symmetrical short circuit current and DC offset current

a. (Vm / Z) * sin (ω + αt - θ)
b. (Vm / Z) * sin (ωt + α - θ)
c. (Vm * Z) * sin (ωt + αt - θ)
d. (V / Zm) * sin (ωt + α - θ)
Answer Explanation

7) In which portion of the transmission system is the occurrence of the fault more c

a. Alternators
b. Transformers
c. Transmission lines
d. Underground cables
Answer Explanation
ANSWER: Transmission lines
Explanation:
No explanation is available for this question!
8) Which among these is the most commonly occurring fault?

a. Single line to ground fault.


b. Double line to ground fault
c. Line to line fault
d. Fault due to all the three phases to earth.
Answer Explanation

9) Which of the following fault results into a three phase faults?

a. Single line to ground fault.


b. Double line to ground fault
c. Line to line fault
d. Fault due to all the three phases to earth.

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