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a. Does not consume reactive power

b. Consumes as much reactive power as real power

c. Consumes 50% of the real power

Ans. c

2. A back to back HVDC link can be advantageous compared to AC primarily

because

a. It is cheaper

b. Of stability considerations

c. Of controlled power flow

Ans. c

2. A 12-pulse bridge is preferred in HVDC because

a. It eliminates certain harmonics

b. It results in better power factor

c. Series connection of converters on D.C. side is better

Ans. a

2. Fault on a two terminal DC link is removed by

a. Breakers on DC side

b. Breakers on AC side

c. Current control of converters

Ans. c

TRANSMISSION LINE

1. The surge impedance of a 110 kV, 3-phase transmission line is 440 ohms. The surge

impedance loading of the line is

a. 3 (110) 2/440 MW

b. (110) 2/440 MW

c. (110) 2 3110)/ 2 MW

Ans.: (b)

2.The capacitance and inductance per unit length of a 3-phase line, operating at 110 kV are .01

microfarad and 2.5 mH. The surge impedance of the line is

(a) 50 ohms

(b) 500 ohms

(c) 250 ohms

Ans: (b)

3. A long transmission line is energized at then sending end and is kept open circuited at the

receiving end. The magnitudes of the sending end voltage Vs and of the receiving end voltage Vr

satisfy the following relationship

a. Vs =Vr

b. Vs is greater than Vr

c. Vs is less than Vr

Ans: (c)

a. always positive

b. always negative

c. either positive, negative, or zero

Ans: (c)

i. increase in mutual geometric mean distance

ii. increase in height of conductors above ground

a. Both are true

b. Both are false

c. Only (i) is correct

Ans: (b)

a. improve voltage profile

b. improve stability

c. reduce fault currents

Ans: (a)

d. improve voltage profile

e. improve stability

f. reduce fault currents

Ans: (b)

8. Fair weather corona loss may be computed using the empirical formula given by Peterson.

According to Peterson's formula corona loss is proportional to

(a) f and V2

(b) f 2 and V

a. f and V

where f and V are the system frequency and voltage respectively.

Ans: (a)

a. reducing cost of the line

b. reducing corona loss and radio interference

c. increasing stability limit.

Ans: (b)

10. There are 20 discs in the string of insulators of a 3-phase 400 kV transmission line. String

efficiency is 80 %. The maximum voltage across any disc is

a. 25 kV

b. 3 kV25/

c. 3 kV25

Ans: (b)

11. Two or three sheds or petticoats are provided in pin-type insulators in order to increase

a. creepage resistance

b. spark-over voltage(S.O.V)

c. puncture voltage

Ans: (a)

a. 11 kV

b. 33kV

c. 132kV

Ans: (b)

13. Insulators used for transmission line at the dead -end tower are

a. suspension type

b. shackle type

c. strain type

Ans: (c)

14. Economic studies have shown that D.C. transmission is cheaper than a. c transmission for

lengths

a. a. below 300 km

b. b. beyond 600 km

c. c. beyond 1200 km

Ans. b

a. a. High voltage

b. b. Extra High Voltage

c. c. Ultra High Voltage

Ans. b

As the transmission voltage increases,

a. a. Corona loss decreases

b. b. Conductor copper loss decreases

c. c. Cost of insulators, transformers, switches & circuit breakers increases

Ans. c

17. The internal inductance of a solid conductor of radius r and carrying a current I is equal to

a. a. 0.5 I * 10-7 H/m

b. b. 0.5 I * 10-7 exp(-1/4)*r H/m

c. c. 0.5 * 10-7 H/m

Ans. c

a. a. The GMD method of finding inductance does not apply to ACSR conductors

b. b. Current density in ACSR conductors is uniform

c. c. The GMD between two circular areas, each of different diameters, is equal to the

distance between their centres.

Ans. b

a. a. To increase the tensile strength of the line

b. b. To reduce corona loss

c. c. To reduce I2R loss

Ans. b

20. A conductor with 19 strands, each of same diameter and each having an inductance of L

Henries is used for a transmission line. The total inductance of the conductor will be

a. a. L/19

b. b. L/361

c. c. 19L

Ans. a

21. The line to neutral capacitance of single -phase line with conductors of radius 1cm and

spaced 1m apart is equal to

a. a. 10-9/72 F/m

b. b. 10-9/36pF/m

c. c. 2 p210-7 F/m

Ans .a

a. a. The phases are balanced, but the conductors of each individual phase are not balanced.

b. b. The conductors of each individual phase are balanced , but the phases are not balanced

c. c. The phases, and the conductors of each individual phase are both balanced

Ans. c

a. Skin effect at 50 Hz is negligible for larger diameter conductors but becomes appreciable for

smaller conductor.

b. Skin effect at 50 Hz is negligible whatever the diameter of the conductor.

c. Skin effect at 50 Hz is negligible for the smaller diameter conductors but becomes appreciable

for the larger conductor conductor.

Ans. c

a. Resistance of a conductor decreases and the internal inductance increases as the frequency

is increased

b. Resistance and internal inductance of a conductor both increase with increase of

frequency

c. Resistance of a conductor increases and the internal inductance decreases as the frequency

is increased

Ans. c

a. 40 ohms

b. 200 ohms

c. 400 ohms

d. 800 ohms

Ans. b

a. 50 ohms

b. 75 ohms

c. 200 ohms

d. 400 ohms

Ans. b

b. Inductance of the line is reduced, and the corona loss, and radio & TV interference is

minimized.

c. Tower height is reduced and hence transmission cost is low.

Ans. b

28. Inductive interference between power & communication lines can be minimized by

a. a. Increasing the spacing of power line conductors

b. b. Transposing power line conductors

c. c. Transposing communication line conductors

d. d. Either b or c.

Ans. d

29. The percentage regulation of an overhead transmission line can be zero when the load

power factor is

a. a. Lagging

b. b. Unity

c. c. Leading

Ans. c

a. a. Skin effect increases the resistance of a conductor ,but proximity effect decreases the

resistance

b. b. Both skin effect and proximity effect increase the resistance of a conductor

c. c. Both skin effect and proximity effect increase the internal inductance of a conductor

Ans. b

19. 30. A transmission line having parameters A1, B1, C1, D1 is in parallel with another having

parameters A2, B2, C2, D2. The overall " A " parameter of the combination is

a. a. A1A2 +B1C2

b. b. (A1B2 +A2B1)/(B1+B2)

c. c. C1+C2 + (A1-A2)(D2-D1)/(B1+B2)

Ans. b

a. a. Equal to

b. b. Greater than

c. c. Less than

Ans. c

a. a. Increases

b. b. Decreases

Ans. b

20. 33. Handling of the telephone receiver may become dangerous due to

a. a. Electromagnetic induction

b. b. Electrostatic induction

Ans. b

21. 34. Mutual inductance between a three -phase power line and a telephone line due to third

c. c. Zero

Ans. b

a. a. 10 kV/cm

b. b. 22 kV/cm

c. c. 65 kV/cm

d. d. 100 kV/cm

Ans. c

a. a. 22 kV/cm

b. b. 60-66 kV/cm

c. c. 140 kV/cm

d. d. 240 kV/cm

Ans. c

a. a. For 11 kV insulators, the ratio of wet spark-over voltage to working voltage is 8.3

b. b. For 66 kV insulators, the ratio of dry spark-over voltage to working voltage is 8.3

c. c. For 11 kV insulators, the ratio of dry spark-over voltage to working voltage is 8.3

Ans. c

Ans. a

a. a. To conform to the electrostatic tube of force and the body should be shaped to conform

b. b. To conform to the equipotential surfaces and the body should be shaped to conform to

Ans. b

28. 41. In a suspension insulator, the mechanical stresses on the conductor are

a. a. Increased

b. b. Reduced

c. c. The same

Ans. b

Ans. c

a. a. Less

b. b. More

c. c. The same

Ans. b

31. 44. The potential across insulator discs can be equalized by having

b. b. The highest capacitance for the lowest unit and decreasing progressively the capacitance

of other units

c. c. The lowest capacitance for the lowest unit and increasing progressively the capacitance

of other units

Ans. b

b. b. An arcing shield

Ans. c

TRANSFORMERS -

1. For a delta-star 3-phase transformer the primary winding has N1 turns/phase and a secondary

has N2 turns /phase. The single-phase equivalent circuit will have a turns ratio

a. N1/N2

b. 3/N2N1/

c. 3N1/N2/

Ans: (b)

Ans. a

3. 3. The conservator is used in a transformer because

b) b) protects the transformer from damage when oil expands due to rise in temperature

Ans. b

a) a) dc shunt motor

b) b) transformer

c) c) induction motor

d) d) synchronous motor

Ans. b

D.C MOTOR Objective questions

a) a) Zero

b) b) Infinity

c) c) 1500 r. p. m

Ans. b

a) a) 1 Hz square wave

b) b) 1 Hz sin e wave

c) c) d. c voltage

Ans. b

a) a) to change ac to dc

Ans. b

c) c) either a) or b).

Ans. b

5. A dc shunt generator driven at normal speed in the normal direction fails to build

Ans. c

Ans. a

c) c) the speed will be enormously high , and the motor will destroy itself.

Ans. c

8. Which one of the following motors is used in a locomotive?

a) a) Induction motor

b) b) dc series motor

c) c) Synchronous motor

Ans. b

Ans. b

e) e) bring about mechanical balance of armature

Ans. b

b) armature reaction

c) reactance voltage

Ans. . c

a) a) neutralize the reactance voltage

b) b) neutralize the reactance voltage and the cross-magnetizing effect of the armature

reaction

Ans. b

13. 13. The mechanical power develop by the dc motor is maximum when

b) b) back emf = 0

Ans. c

14. 14. In series parallel control method when two dc series motors are connected in series , the

(b) (b) th of the speed of the motors when connected in parallel

Ans. b

b. field flux

Ans. c

16. 16. The reversal of speed of motors used as electric braking is known as

a. Regenerative

b. Plugging

c. Dynamic braking.

Ans. . b

a. i. plugging

Ans. a

The initial operating angle is 60 deg., inertia constant H= 5 sec. System frequency is 50 Hz. The

angular frequency of oscillation following small perturbation will be

a. sqrt(31.4) rad/sec

b. sqrt(15.7) rad/sec

c. sqrt(62.8) rad/sec

Ans.: (a)

oscillation lies in the range

(a) 0.5-2.5 Hz

(b) 1-10 Hz

(c) 30-60 Hz

3. 3. If the sending end and receiving end voltages for a 3-phase transmission line are each

33kV(line), and if the reactance of the line is 13 ohms per phase, the maximum power

transmitted per phase will be

a. a. 60 MW

b. b. 30 MW

c. c. 29 MW

d. d. 28 MW

Ans. d

alternator is

c. c. Equal to 90 deg.

Ans. a

5. 5. When the alternator stalls (near the stability limit) the armature current is

a. a. Less than the rated value

Ans. a

INDUCTION MOTOR

1. The speed at which the rotating magnetic field produced by stator currents rotates

in an induction motor is:

(A) Synchronous speed

(B) Rotor speed

Ans. (A)

2. A 3-phasde 50 Hz induction motor runs at speed of 940 RPM; the speed of the rotating

magnetic field will be:

(B) 1000RPM

Ans. (B)

(A) 8%

(B) 4%

(C) 2%

(D) 6%

Ans. (C)

3. Iron losses in the rotor of a 3-phase induction motor are negligible, because

Ans: (A)

4. Full-load copper losses in a 3-phase 50 Hz 4-pole induction motor running at

1455 rpm are 300 W. The rotor input is

(A) 5 kW

(B) 10 kW

(C) 20 kW

(D) 50 kW

Ans. (B)

5. The no-load current of a 3-phase induction motor in terms of its full-load current

is of the order of

(A) 5%

(B) 10%

(C) 25%

(D) 50%

Ans. (C)

(A) 0.2

(B) 0.7

(C) 0.85

(D) 1

Ans: (A)

(A) R2/ X2

(B) X2/ R2

(C) R22/ X2

Ans: (A)

Ans. (B)

(A) High

(B) Low

(C) Zero

Ans. (C)

11. The efficiency of a single-phase induction motor as compared to a 3-phase induction

motor rating is

(A) Lower

(B) Higher

(C) Equal

Ans: (A)

10. 12. The starting torque of a 3-phase induction motor can be increased by increasing

c the stator resistance

Ans. B

11. 13. The maximum starting torque in the induction motor is developed when the rotor reactance

is

Ans. C

12. 14. A change of 55 in the supply voltage of an induction motor will produce a change of

approximately

a) a) 5%

b) b) 7%

c) c) 10%

d) d) 25%

Ans. D

c) c) slip test

c) c) high loads

Ans. D

15. 17. Which one of the following motors is most suitable for signalling devices and timers?

a) a) dc series motor

b) b) ac series motor

c) c) induction motor

d) d) reluctance motor

Ans. D

Synchronous motors

c) Maintain synchronism

Ans. b

Short-pitched coils in the alternators are used to

b) reduce the harmonics or to eliminate the harmonics from the generated emf

Ans. b

a) demagnetizing

b) of square waveform

c) cross-magnetizing

Ans. c

load power factor is

a) unity

b) zero lagging

c) zero leading

d) 0.8 lagging

Ans. c

suddenly increased

a) the machine winding will burn

b) both machines will stop

Ans. c

is kept constant, and the excitation is changed, then

b. the active component of the output is changed

c. the power factor of the load remains the same

d. (a)and (b) occur simultaneously.

Ans. a

7. The coupling angle or load angle of a synchronous motor is defined as the angle

between the

Ans. b

1. The critical clearing angle of a given power system for a certain fault is

a. proportional to the Inertia Constant M

b. proportional to the Inertia Constant M

c. independent of M.

Ans.:

1. Equal area criterion of stability is applicable to

a. a machine infinite bus system only

b. both to a machine-infinite bus and a two-machine system

c. a multi-machine system.

Ans.: (b)

1. In a two-machine power system, machine A delivers power to machine B. A 3-

phase fault occurs at the terminals of machine A. Initial acceleration of machine A is

(a) positive

(b) zero

a. negative

Ans.: (a)

1. Which one of the following enhances the transient stability of a system the most

a. proper choice of make and break capabilities of the circuit breakers

b. installation of 3-pole auto-reclose circuit breakers

c. installation of single pole auto-reclose circuit breakers

Ans.: (c )

From the economic point of view , a power system should have a load factor

a. About 0.12

b. About 0.5

c. About1

Ans. c

From the economic point of view , a power system should have a diversity factor

a. Much less than 1

b. Nearly equal to but less than one

c. Greater than one

Ans. c

Peak load hydro power plants compared to base load thermal plants have plant capacity factor

a. Much lower

b. Much higher

c. Almost equal

Ans. a

Run-of-river plants are used for

a. Base load operation

b. Peak load operation

c. Near base load

Ans. a

The two-part tariff is based on

a. MW and MVar

b. MW and MVA

c. MWH and MVA

Ans. c

CIRCUIT -BREAKERS - OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS

1. Which of the following results when a resistance is placed across the contacts of a circuit

breaker

i successful and effective interruption of current

ii undue power loss in the resistor

iii effective fault power dissipation

iv control of rate of rise of restriking voltage.

a. all four above

(b) i and iii

(c) i and iv.

Ans: (c)

a. rated voltage

b. rated operating time

c. rated breaking current

Ans: c

ECONOMIC OPERATION -OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS

1. When generating units in a power plant are loaded with equal incremental costs, the cost of

generation is

a. maximum

b. minimum

c. not affected

Ans.: (b)

1. Incremental heat - rate curves for thermal generating units are used to determine the

a. fuel cost in $/hour

b. values to which the units should be loaded to decrease the fuel costs to a minimum

c. none of the above.

Ans.: (b)

1. In economic operation of a power system , the effect of increased penalty factor between a

generating plant and system load centre is

a. to decrease the load on the generating plant

b. to increase the load on the plant

c. to hold the plant load constant.

Ans.: (a)

1. Reactive power in a single-phase a.c circuit is a product of

a. Voltage times the current in a circuit

b. Voltage times the current times the cosine of the angle between the voltage &

current

c. Voltage times current times the sine of the angle between the voltage & current

Ans.c

1. In a lightly loaded transmission line of such a length that the capacitive reactance

is appreciable, the receiving end voltage

a. Is always less than the sending end voltage

b. May exceed the sending end voltage

c. Is always equal to the sending end voltage

Ans.b

3. On a long high voltage transmission line under heavy load conditions, Var

compensation can be provided by installing

a. Series inductive reactors

b. Series capacitors

c. Shunt inductive reactors

Ans.b

load with negligible loss then

a. The stator current will be very high

b. the stator current will be zero

c. the stator current will be very small

d. the back emf will be more than the supply voltage

Ans.c

5. The minimum armature current of he synchronous condenser corresponds to

a. 0.8 lagging p.f

b. zero pf lagging

c. 0.8 pf leading

d. unity pf

Ans.d

5. When synchronous condensers are used to provide vars, leading Vars are

provided by

a. Increasing the field current

b. Decreasing the field current

c. Increasing the speed of the machine

Ans.a

5. Vars are characterized by the fact that they always flow

a. From points of low voltage to points of high voltage

b. From points of high voltage to points of low voltage

c. Between two points having the same voltage

Ans.b

SHORT-CIRCUIT ANALYSIS -OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS

1. If a positive sequence current passes through a transformer and its phase shift is

30 degrees, the negative sequence current flowing through the transformer will have a

phase shift of

a. 30 deg.

b. -30deg

c. 120 deg.

Ans: (b)

2. The zero sequence impedances of an ideal star-delta connected transformer (star-

grounded)

a. looking from star side is zero and looking from delta side is infinite

b. looking from star side is zero and looking from delta side is also zero

c. looking from star side is infinite and looking from delta side is zero

Ans: (a)

2. The positive, negative and zero sequence impedances of a transmission line are

0.5,0.5 and 1.1 pu respectively. The self (Zs) and mutual (Zm) impedances of the line

will be given by

(a) Zs = 0.7 pu, Zm =0.2 pu

(b) Zs = 0.5 pu, Zm =0.6 pu

(c)Zs = 1 pu, Zm =0.6 pu

Ans: (a)

3. Symmetrical component method of analysis is more useful when

a. system has unsymmetrical fault and the network is otherwise balanced

b. system has symmetrical fault and the network is otherwise unbalanced

c. system has unsymmetrical fault and the network is unbalanced.

Ans: (a)

2. For a line to line fault analysis using symmetrical components,

(a) the positive and negative sequence networks at the fault point are

connected in series

(b) the positive and negative sequence networks at the fault point are

connected in parallel

(c) the positive, negative, and zero sequence networks at the fault point are

connected in parallel

Ans: (b)

3. The machine reactances used for computation of short circuit current ratings of a

circuit breaker are

a. synchronous reactance

b. transient reactance

c. sub-transient reactance

Ans: (c)

2. The load currents in short-circuit calculations are neglected because

i.short-circuit currents are much lager than load currents

ii.short -circuit currents are greatly out of phase with load currents

The correct alternative is

a. both (i) and (ii) are wrong

b. (i) is wrong and (ii) is correct

c. both (i) and (ii) are correct.

Ans: (c)

2. The positive sequence network of a sample power system is shown in Fig.2 and

the primitive reactance of each element is marked in ohms. The element Zcc of the bus

impedance matrix Zbus will be

a. 1.0

b. 0.1

c. 0.21

Fig.2

Ans: (c)

2. Which one of the following statements is not true?

a. Fault levels in an all a. c system are less than in an a. c system with a D.C. link

operating

b. Large systems may be interconnected with d. c link of small capacity

c. Limitation on the critical length of underground cables for use in A. C no longer

exists if D.C transmission by cables is used.

d. Corona loss and radio and TV interference with D.C. transmission is less

Ans. a

2. Advantage of power system interconnection is

a. Large size circuit breakers are required because of large short-circuit currents

b. Machines of one system remain in step with machines of another system

c. Fewer machines are required as reserve for operation at peak loads

Ans. c

2. The interenal voltages of a 3-phase synchronous generator correspond to

a. Positive sequence

b. Negative sequence

c. Zero sequence

PER UNIT SYSTEM- OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS

1. The synchronous reactance of a modern large size turbogenerator in pu is nearest

to

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

Ans: (b)

2. The base value of a power system is chosen based upon

a. the rating of one machine in the system

b. the largest machine in the system

c. some average (rounded) values such that the pu machine ratings are not too large

or too small.

Ans: (c)

3. A bank of three single-phase transformers is star-star connected and has a %

reactance of 10%. The same bank is then converted to satisfy rated star-delta connections.

The per cent reactance of the transformer will now be

a. 3 %10/

b. 3 %10

c. 10 %

Ans: (c)

4. A transmission line has a pu reactance of 30 %. If the working voltage is now

increased to 110% of its original voltage ( the MVA rating of the line remaining the

same), the pu reactance of the line will now be

a. 33%

b. 36.3%

c. 24.8%

Ans: (c)

4. The percentage reactance can be converted into ohmic value with the following

formula

a. X(ohms)=X(%)*100*kV2 /kVA

b. X(ohms)=X(%)*1000*kV2 /kVA

c. X(ohms)=X(%)*kV2 /(1000*kVA)

Ans. None of the above

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c. The speed-torque characteristics of a DC series motor are approximately similar to those of the

_________motor.

(C) DC shunt (D) two-phase

d. The rotor frequency for a 3 phase 1000 RPM 6 pole induction motor with a slip of 0.04

is________Hz

(A) 8 (B) 4

(C) 6 (D) 2

and it______ be started under no-load condition.

(C) inverse, cannot (D) nearly inverse, cannot

f. In the heating process of the ________type a simple method of temperature control is possible

by means of a special alloy which loses its magnetic properties at a particular high temperature

and regains them when cooled to a temperature below this value.

(C) Coreless induction furnace (D) high frequency eddy current

g. In order to reduce the harmful effects of harmonics on the a.c. side of a high voltage D.C.

transmission system ______are provided.

(C) Shunt filters (D) static compensators

h. An a.c. tachometer is just a ________with one phase excited from the carrier frequency.

(C) a.c. operated universal motor (D) hybrid stepper motor.

(C) 2-phase servomotor (D) DC series motor

j. The synchronous speed for a 3 phase 6-pole induction motor is 1200 rpm. If the number of poles

is now reduced to 4 with the frequency remaining constant, the rotor speed with a slip of 5% will

be _________.

(C) 1500 rpm (D) 1710 rpm

(B) Series combination of RTh, ETh.

(C) Parallel combination of RTh, ETh.

(D) Parallel combination of RTh, ETh and RL.

b. In an R L C circuit, the phase of the current with respect to the circuit voltage will

be_________.

(C) Lagging. (D) Depends upon the value of Land C.

c. A 50 Hz, 3-phase induction motor has a full load speed of 1440 r.p.m. The number of poles of

the motor are

(A) 4. (B) 6.

(C) 12. (D) 8.

(A) the speed of stator MMF is always more than that of rotor MMF.

(B) the speed of stator MMF is always less than that of rotor MMF.

(C) the speed of stator MMF is synchronous speed while that of rotor MMF is zero.

(D) rotor and stator MMF are stationary with respect to each other.

(B) in series with auxiliary winding.

(C) in series with both the windings.

(D) in parallel with auxiliary winding.

f. A synchro has

(B) a 3-phase winding on stator and a commutator winding on rotor.

(C) a 3-phase winding on stator and a single-phase winding on rotor.

(D) a single-phase winding on stator and a commutator winding on rotor.

(C) decreases. (D) increases proportionately.

(A) the current it is required to carry.

(B) the percent variation of voltage in the feeder.

(C) the voltage across the feeder.

(D) the distance of transmission.

following: (2x8)

and unity power-factor. At full-load and 0.80 power-factor lagging load the voltage regulation

will be

(C) more than 4.5%. (D) 4.5% or more than 4.5%.

b. b. In a dc shunt motor the terminal voltage is halved while the torque is kept constant. The

resulting approximate variation in speed and armature current will be

(A) (A) Both and are doubled. (B) is constant and is doubled.

(C) is doubled while is halved. (D) is constant but is halved.

c.

A balanced three-phase, 50 Hz voltage is applied to a 3 phase, 4 pole, induction motor. When the

motor is delivering rated output, the slip is found to be 0.05. The speed of the rotor m.m.f.

relative to the rotor structure is

(C) 25 r.p.m. (D) 75 r.p.m.

factor lagging case. If it is required to deliver rated current at rated voltage and 0.8 power-factor

leading, the required excitation will be

(C) (C) more or less. (D) the same.

(B) (B) capacitor start and capacitor run motor.

(C) (C) universal motor.

(D) (D) capacitor start motor.

f. A stepper motor is

(A) (A) a dc motor. (B) a single-phase ac motor.

(C) a multi-phase motor. (D) a two phase motor.

(B) provide proper insulation.

(C) prevent the moisture from entering the cable.

(D) avoid chances of rust on strands.

(C) synchronous motor. (D) universal motor.

Q.1 Choose the correct or best alternative in the following: (2x8)

c. a. A series RLC circuit will have unity power factor if operated at a frequency of

__________.

(A) . (B) .

(C) . (D) .

d. b. The difference between synchronous speed and the actual speed of an induction motor is

known as ___________.

(C) slip. (D) lag.

(C) input/output. (D) (output + losses)/input.

(D) (C) 60f/p. (D) 60 p/f.

(F) (B) average demand / installed capacity.

(G) (C) maximum demand / average demand.

(H) (D) maximum demand / installed capacity.

(B) (A) has a power factor of unity. (B) offers minimum impedance.

(C) draws maximum current. (D) magnifies current.

g. Slip rings for an induction motors are made of

(C) Phosphor bronze. (D) Cobalt steel.

(C) shaded pole motor. (D) hysteresis motor

Q.1 Choose the correct or best alternative in the following: (2x8)

(C) reciprocity. (D) non-linearity.

(C) increase the current available. (D) reduce the time required to fully

charge them after use.

c. The power factor of a purely resistive circuit is

(C) lagging. (D) leading.

(A) . (B) .

(C) . (D) .

e. Which of the following generating stations has the minimum running cost?

(C) thermal power station. (D) diesel power plant.

(C) induction motor. (D) synchronous motor.

(C) power. (D) frequency.

h. The effect of increasing the length of the air gap in an induction motor will be to increase

(C) magnetising current. (D) air-gap flux.

a. A set of readings has wide range and therefore it has:

(C) Low accuracy (D) High accuracy

(C) up to 1 Hz (D) 50 MHz and above

(C) Voltmeter (D) Ohmmeter

(C) Hays bridge (D) Wiens bridge

(C) Both primary and secondary (D) None of the above

emission electrons

f. The Q factor of a coil at the resonant frequency of an RLC series circuit is 150. The bandwidth

is :

(C) 10 KHz (D) None of the aove

(C) Inverse transducers. (D) (B) and (C).

(C) a constant impedance. (D) none of the above

(B) the ability to reject an unwanted signed

(C) the measure of noise produced

(D) the receivers ability to pick up weak signal

j. An 8 bit converter is used for a d.c. range of 0-10 V. Find the weight of LSB

(A) 39 mV (B) 78 mV

(C) 39.2 mV (D) None of the above

MCQ For Electrical Eng.-6

(a) Bearing failure

(b) Insulation failure

(c) Over loading

(d) None

(a) To prevent the motor from tripping

(b) Because it connects motor automatically in Delta winding

(c) To save the cost of H R C fuses

(d) None

4. Which of the following is an AC motor?

(a) Cooling the Transformer

(b) Providing insulation to Transformer winding and for cooling the Transformer

(c) Lubricating the Transformer

(d) None

(a) HP rating

(b) RPM

7. Two types of earthings are provided: (a) Equipment earthing and (b) Neutral

(b) Safety of equipments

(c) Safety of starters and cables

(d) None

8. Conservator is used

(a) to take up the expansion of oil due to temperature rise.

(b) to act as oil storage.

(c) for better cooling of the transformer.

(d) none of the above.

9. The three phase squirrel cage induction motor takes approximately its full load current

_______ times the h.p. of the motor.

(a) double

(c) three

(d) six

(a) the eddy current loss decreases.

(b) the eddy current loss increases.

(c) the hysteresis loss decreases.

(d) the hysteresis loss increases.

(a) fuses will blow.

(b) motor will draw high current.

(c) there will be vibrations on driver and driven unit.

(d) None.

12. The synchronous speed of a motor with 6 poles and operating at 50 Hz frequency is ___.

(a) 1500

(b) 1000

(c) 3000

(d) 750

13. A 3-phase, 50 Hz, 8-pole squirrel cage induction motor will run at a speed

(a) < 750 r.p.m.

(b) > 750 r.p.m. but < 1000 r.p.m.

(c) > 1000 r.p.m. but < 1500 r.p.m.

(d) > 1500 r.p.m.

15. If three 10F capacitors are connected in parallel, the net capacitance is

(a) 10/3F

(b) 30F

(c) 3/10F

(d) 60F

16. The numbers of slip rings of a single-phase and three-phase converters are respectively

(a) 1 and 3.

(b) 2 and 3.

(c) 2 and 6.

(d) 1 and 6.

(a) in between the conservation and the breather.

(b) in between the tank and the conservator.

(c) in between the h.v. winding and the bushing.

(d) in between the l.v. winding and the bushing.

(a) human safety.

(b) Ease to reset when trips.

(c) Protecting from short-circuit.

(d) None

19. What value of capacitance will give approx. same reactance as an inductor of 1 H at 50

Hz?

(a) 10 micro-Farad.

(b) 1 micro-Farad.

(c) 1 Farad.

(d) 10 Farad.

21. The transformer in which the winding is surrounded by the core is known as

(a) Weber

(c) Tesla

(d) Coulomb

23. Lamps of 40 W, 100 W and 200 W are connected in different phases of a 3 phase 4

wire supply. If the neutral wire breaks, the lamp likely to fuse first will be

(a) 200W

(b) 100W

(c) 40 W

(d) All lamps

24. What of the following is commonly used for extending the range of an AC ammeter?

(b) a capacitor

(c) a shunt

(d) an inductor

25. An ideal transformer has maximum efficiency when

(d) copper losses and iron losses are equal to windage losses

(a) the rotor winding is connected to supply and the stator winding is short-circuited.

(b) the stator winding is connected to supply and the rotor winding is short-circuited.

(c) both the stator and the rotor windings are connected to supply.

(d) the stator winding is connected to supply and the rotor winding is open-circuited.

27. When load is removed, .......motor will run at the highest speed.

(a) shunt

(d) series

(b) Black

(c) White

(d) None

29. The capacity of a battery is expressed in terms of

30. The main purpose of performing open-circuit test on a transformer is to measure its

(a) Cu loss

(b) core loss

(c) total loss

(d) insulation resistance.

efficiency will be

(a) 30 KW

(b) 40 KW

(c) 50 KW

(d) 20 KW

(a) core

(b) primary winding

(c) secondary winding

(d) mutual flux.

34. As shown in the figure, when R1 = R2 = R3 = R4 = R5 are low value resistors and the

resistor R3 becomes open circuited, the voltmeter will read

(a) Zero

(b) 50V

(c) 125 V

(d) 250 V

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