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Code No. 2057

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

B.E. 2/4 (ECE / M/ P/AE / CSE) II Semester (Main) Examination, April / May 2013

Subject : Mathematics IV

Time : 3 hours

Max. Marks : 75

Note: Answer all questions from Part-A. Answer any FIVE questions from Part-B.

PART A (25 Marks)

1. From the following functions, which is analytic at z = 0.

a) |z| 2

2. Find

dz z 1

2

c

0 < b < 1.

b)

1/z

c)

z

d) none of above

, where c is the triangle with vertices at 0, a+bi -a+bi, 0<a<1 and

3. Expand Cotz in Taylor s series about the point z = 0.

4. State whether the following are true or false.

a)

f ( z )

1

z

(2

z

)

b) sin

f ( z )

z

z

2

z

has essential singularity at z = 0, and z = 2

has removable singularity at z = 0.

c)

f (z) z

e

1

2

z

has no singularity at z = 0.

5. Identify the continuous distributions from the following.

(2)

(3)

(2)

(3)

(2)

a)

Normal distribution

b)

Gamma distribution

c)

Poisson distribution

d)

Binomial distribution

6. The p.d.f. of a continuous random variable X is given by

f x

(

)

e

0,

x

,

x>0

otherwise

where > 0. Find mean and variance of X.

7. Write the applications of F-test.

8. The normal distribution is a limiting form of binomial distribution if

a) n ,

p 0

b)

n 0 ,

p q

neither p or nor q is small.

c)

n ,

p n

d)

n

and

9. Write normal equations to fit the straight line y = a + bx using method least squares.

10.Write the equations of lines of regression y on x and x on y.

(3)

(2)

(3)

(2)

(3)

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PART B (50 Marks)

11.a) If f(z) is regular function of z then prove that

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2 2 2 2 x y | f ( z ) | 4 | f
2
2
2
2
x y
|
f
(
z
)
|
4 |
f z
(
)
|
.
(5)
2
2
b)
State and prove Cauchy s integral theorem.
(5)
12.a) Define Bilinear transformation. Find the bilinear transformation which maps the
points z = 1, i, -1 into the points w = 0, 1, .
(5)
2
2
cos 2
2
a
b)
Show that
2
d
,
a
1
.
(5)
2
2
1
2
a
cos
a
1
a
0
13.a) Find the mean and variance of the uniform probability distribution given by
(5)
1
f (x)
for x = 1,2,
n.
n
b)
For the following probability distribution
(5)
x
:
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
P(x) :
0.001
0.01
0.1
k
0.1
0.01
0.001
Find
k and E(x 2 + 2x + 5).
14.a) Find the mean and variance of Gamma distribution.
(5)
b)
The nicotine contents in milligrams in two samples of tobacco were found to be as
follows:
(5)
Sample
A :
24
27
26
21
25
-
Sample
B :
27
30
28
31
22
36
Can it be said two samples came from same normal population. Test at 5% level of
significance.
15.a) Fit a parabola y = a + bx + cx 2 to the following data
(5)
x :
2
4
6
8
10
y :
3.07
12.85
31.47
57.38
91.29
b)
Find the angle between the two regression lines.
(5)
2 sinx siny
16.a) Find the analytic function whose imaginary part is
(5)
cos2x +cosh2y
b)
Find the correlation coefficient between x and y for the given values. Find also the
two regression lines.
(5)
x :
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
y :
10
12
16
28
25
36
41
49
40
50
2
z
- 6z - 1
17.a) Expand
3)(z + 2) in the region
3 < |z + 2| < 5.
(5)
f(z) = (z - 1)(z -
b)
For the following Poisson distribution data, test its goodness of fit at level of
significance 0.05.
(5)
x :
0
1
2
3
4
y :
419
352
154
56
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Code No. 2048

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

B.E. 2/4 (E&EE.)

Time : 3 hours

II Semester (Main) Examination, April / May 2013

Subject : Electrical Circuits II

Max. Marks : 75

Note: Answer all questions from Part-A. Answer any FIVE questions from Part-B.

PART A (25 Marks)

1. A series RL circuit is excited by a unit step excitation. Then find the circuit response i(f) in the circuit.

2. Define final value theorem.

3. Mention any three necessary conditions that must be satisfied by driving point admittance functions.

4. Find f(0) and f( ) for the below function.

(

Fs

)

s 4

ss

(

1)(

s

5)

5. Define odd function symmetry .

6. Find the Fourier transform of f(t) =

7. Determine whether the function is Hurwitz.

8. Synthesize the first Foster term of

e

jw t

0

F(s) =

z s

(

)

s 6

(

s

2

+

5s 5

2)(

s

2

+

4)

(

3

ss

3)

12s 4

9. Find v 1 (f) and

PART B (50 Marks)

v 2 (f)

for

t

>

0

in the

network shown below.

+

16s 3

+

12s 2

+

4s

The switch was in

(3)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(3)

(2)

(3)

(4)

position I for a long time before it is thrown to position 2. (10) 10.
position I for a long time before it is thrown to position 2.
(10)
10. Find v(t) for the circuit shown below, using the Laplace transforms method of
analysis.
(10)
to position 2. (10) 10. Find v(t) for the circuit shown below, using the Laplace transforms

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11. Find current i 1 (f) for t > 0 if the switch k is closed at t = 0 in the below circuit.

the switch k is closed at t = 0 in the below circuit. (10) 12. Find

(10)

12. Find the Fourier series of the waveform show below. Hence find the Fourier series. (10)

the waveform show below. Hence find the Fourier series. (10) 13. Synthesize the two carrer forms

13. Synthesize the two carrer forms for the impedance function

z s

(

)

(

s

3)(

s

8)

(

s

2)(

s

1)

14.a) Write the properties of driving point function z(s) of RC network.

b) Synthesis the second Foster forms for the impedance function

zs

(

)

(

s

1)(

s

4)

(

s

2)

15.a) Find the Fourier transforms for the following function.

i)

u 0 (t to)

ii) ca(2t + 45)

b) State and explain complex translation theorem.

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(5)

(5)

(6)

(4)

Code No. 2053

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

B.E. 2/4 (Inst.)

II Semester (Main) Examination, April / May 2013

Subject : Transducer Engineering

Time : 3 hours

Max. Marks : 75

Note: Answer all questions from Part-A. Answer any FIVE questions from Part-B.

PART A (25 Marks)

1. What is a phase sensitive detector? Mention its application.

(3)

2. Briefly explain the operation of temperature compensation in a wheat stone bridge.

(3)

3. How very minute displacements can be measured? used?

What is the transducer to be

(2)

4. Explain with an example how a quantity under measurement is distributed during measurement process. How can this be reduced?

(2)

5. Explain the operation of RTD.

(2)

6. What are the different standard inputs for studying the dynamic response of a system?

(2)

7. Explain the term non-conformity error.

(3)

8. Draw the VI characteristics of a thermister.

(3)

9. Give an overview of inductive transducer.

(3)

10. Write a short notes on temperature compensation resistive transducers.

(2)

PART B (50 Marks)

11.a) Define gage factor of a strain gage. The resistance of a 100 ohm resistor changes to 100.56 ohms under steam. The gage factor is 2.0 what is the strain?

b) The above strain gage is used in a bridge to measure the strain. All resistances of the bridge are equal and the bridge is excited by a 6v battery. What is the output voltage if the strain gage resistance changes to 100.56 ohms under strain.

12.a) Explain with a neat sketch the working principle of a LVDT as a displacement transducer.

b) List the limitations of LVDT transducer.

c) Explain why a phase sensitive detector is to be used with LVDT transducer.

13.a) Discuss in detail the thermal conductivity gauges for pressure measurement.

b) Describe the method of measurement of differential pressure using variable reluctance transducer and associated bridge circuit.

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14.a) Derive the expression for time response of a 2 nd order under damped system when subjected to a unit step-input. Sketch the response.

b) Define the following terms and find expressions for them.

i)

Rise time

ii) Peak time

15. A flat circular diaphragm of mild steel has a diameter of 15mm. For mild steel, young s modulus = 200 GN/m 2 and Poisson s ratio is 0.28. Find the curers of the diaphragm if the maximum stress is not to exceed 300 MN/m 2 when the applied pressure is 300 KN/m 2 . Find the deflection at the centre for a pressure KN/m 2 . Also calculate the natural frequency of the diaphragm if the density of mild steel is 7800 kg/m 3 .

16. What are thermistors? Explain their different forms of construction. Draw their resistivity versus temperature characteristics and show that they have a very high value of sensitivity as compared with that of metal resistance thermometers. Describe their application.

17. Write short notes on :

a) Vacuum measurement

b) Pyrometers

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Code No. 2078

FACULTY OF INFORMATICS

B.E. 2/4 (IT)

II Semester (Main) Examination, April / May 2013

Subject : Probability and Random Process

Time : 3 hours

Max. Marks : 75

Note: Answer all questions from Part-A. Answer any FIVE questions from Part-B.

PART A (25 Marks)

1. A player tosses four coins at a time, find the probabilities at least two heads and at least two tails.

2. State multiplication theorem for three events.

3. Find the characteristic function of p.m.f.

px ( )

e

.

x

x !

> 9; x > 0

4. Define power spectral density function.

5. State the properties of joint probability distribution function.

6. Explain weakly stationery process.

7. Define Gaussian process.

8. Show that if X and Y are independent random variables COV(X, Y) = 0.

9. If A and B are independent events then find P(A c B c ).

10. Define Noise and Filter.

PART B (5 x 10 = 50 Marks)

(3)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(3)

11. Two players A and B draws balls one at a time alternatively from a box containing m white balls and n black balls. Suppose the player who picks the first white ball wins

the game, what is the probability that the player who starts the game will win?

(10)

12.a) A fair coins is tosses twice, and let the random variable X represent the number of heads, find F x (X).

(5)

b) Over a period of 12 hours, 180 calls are made at random.

What is the probability

that in a four hour interval the number of calls is between 50 and 70.

(5)

13.a) State and prove Baye s theorem.

(5)

b) A speaks truth 4 out of 5 times, a dice is rolled he reports that there is a six. What is the probability that there was a six?

(5)

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14.a) Prove that the random process X(t) = A cos (wt + ) is not stationery, if it is assumed that A and w are constants and is uniformly distributed on the interval (0, ).

(5)

b)

Explain the properties of power spectral density function.

(5)

15.a) Let X(t) = A cos wt + B sin wt, Y(t) = B cos wt A sin wt where A and B are random variables, w is a constant, show that X(t) and Y(t) are wide sense stationary if A and B are uncorrelated, with zero mean and same variance.

(5)

b)

Find the autocorrelation function of a random telegraph signal process.

(5)

16.a) Show that the power spectrum of a real random process X(t) is real.

(5)

b)

For a random process having R xx ( ) = ae b| | find the spectral density function, where a, b are constants.

(5)

17. Explain :

(10)

a) Band pass process

b) White noise

c) Colored noise

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