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2-50/5, Sy No.107, Tattiannaram (V), GSI, Bandlaguda, Nagole, Hyderabad-68.

Subject : P.E.E Important Question

Branch : ECE A&B

1) In the circuit shown in the figure below, the switch is put in position - 1 for 1 m sec and then thrown to position - 2. Find the transient current in both intervals.

2) Derive the expression for transient response of RLC series circuit with unit step input.

3) Using classical method find i(t) for t =0., for the network shown in figure below.

4) Derive the expression for i(t) of a R-L series circuit when D.C voltage is applied to it at t = 0 by closing the switch. Define the time constant of R - L circuit.

5) Draw the network in Laplace domain and find I(s) shown in figure8 Switch is opened at t = 0.

6) Derive the expression for i(t) and voltage across capacitance Vc(t) for series R C circuit with D.C. voltage applied to it at t = 0. Explain about the time constant of RC circuit.

Unit -2

1) A two port n/w has the following Z - parameters Z11 = 40 ohm, Z22 = 30, Z12 = Z21 = 20. Compute the transmission parameters for the n/w. Hence write the n/w equations with the use of the parameters. 2) Find the transmission parameters of the network shown in figure below.

3) Find the Y - parameters for the bridged T-network as shown in figure below.

4) Find the Y parameters of the pie shown in figure below:

5) Find the Z parameters of the T- network shown in figure below. Verify the network is reciprocal or not.

6) Obtain the z-parameters of the following figure below Two port network is

Unit -3 1. Design a low pass T-section filter having a cut-off frequency of 1.5 KHz to operate with a terminated load resistance of 600 ohms? 2. Design a Band elimination filter having a design impedance of 500 ohms and cut-off frequencies f1=1 KHz, f2=5 KHz?

3. Design a High pass filter with a cut-off frequency of 1KHZ with terminated design impedance of 800 ohms? 4. Explain constant K-type low pass and high pass filters? 5. Derive the propagation constant for T-section filter?

Unit -4 1. Design a T-type attenuator to have a attenuation of 40dB and to work between source impedance of 70 ohms and load impedance of 600 ohms? 2. An attenuator is composed of symmetrical T-section having series arm each of 185 ohms and shunt arm of 350 ohms. Calculate the characteristic impedance and attenuation per section? 3. Explain about Bridged T-type attenuator? 4. Explain about -Type attenuator? 5. Design a symmetrical lattice attenuator to have attenuation of 20dB and characteristic impedance of 500 ohms. What is its equivalent T-structure?

Unit-5 1.What are the different types of dc generators? Show the connection diagrams and loadcharacteristics of each type. 2. State the principle of operation of a dc generator and derive the expression for the emf generated. 3. Derive the emf equation of a D.C.Generator ? 4. A 6 - pole dc shunt generator with a wave - wound armature has 960 conductors. It runs at a speed of 500 rpm. A load of 20 is connected to the generator at a terminal voltage of 240V. The armature and field resistances are 0.3 and 240 respectively.Find the armature current, the induced emf and flux per pole. 5.what are the various characteristics of D.C. Shunt generator ?

Unit-6 1. Derive the expression for the armature torque and shaft torque of a DC motor. 2. The armature of a 6 pole, DC shunt motor takes 300 A at the speed of 400 revolutions per minute. The flux per pole is 75 mWb. The number of armature turns is 500. The torque lost in windage, friction and iron losses can be assumed a 2.5%. Calculate i. Torque developed by the armature ii.Shaft torque iii. Shaft power in KW. 3. How is the efficiency of the dc motor determined by the direct loading method? Derive the equation for efficiency. 4.Explain the working principle of a D.C. motor ? 5.what is back e.m.f ? Explain the significance of a back emf ?

Unit -7 1. Explain the principle of working of a single phase transformer. 2. Derive from the first principles, the emf equation of a single phase transformer 3. Explain the construction of a single phase transformer 4. The readings obtained from tests on 10 KVA, 450/120V,50Hz transformer are O.C. Test (LV Side) : 120V,4.2A, 80W S.C. Test (HV Side): 9.65V,22.2A,120W Compute: i. The equivalent circuit constants. ii. The efficiency at half load and 80% lagging power factor.

5. The primary and secondary winding resistances of a 30 KVA, 6600/250V 1-phase transformer are 8 ohm and 0.015 ohm respectively. The equivalent leakage reactance as referred to the primary winding is 30 Ohm. Find the full load regulation for load power factors of: i. Unity, ii.0.8 lagging and iii.0.8 leading. Unit-8 1. Define the following terms i. Slip speed ii. Slip iii. Synchronous Speed iv. Torque 2. Why is an induction motor called a rotating transformer? Justify. 3. A three phase induction motor is wound for 4 poles and is supplied from 50Hz system. Calculate synchronous speed , rotor sped when slip is 4% and rotor frequency when rotor runs at 600 rpm. 4. Explain in detail the construction of a three phase induction motor specifying in detail the squirrel cage and slip ring rotor construction. 5. A 3 phase, 16 pole alternator has a star connected winding with 144 slots and 10 conductors per slot. The flux per pole is 30 mwb sinusoidally distributed. Find the frequency, the phase and line voltage if the speed is 380 rpm.

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