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1. a) Derive an expression for the torque developed in an induction motor. b) A 4 pole, 50 Hz, 3 phase induction motor has a rotor resistance of 0.21 ohm per phase and standstill reactance of 0.7ohm per phase. Calculate the speed at which maximum torque is developed. 2. a) Explain the working principle of a three phase induction motor. b) A 3- phase, 50Hz induction Motor is wound for 4 poles. Calculate i) The synchronous speed ii) The rotor speed when slip is 4% and iii) Rotor frequency when rotor runs at 600 rpm 3. a) Explain the differences between squirrel cage and slip ring induction motors. b) A 3-phase induction Motor of 50 Hz has a full load speed of 960 rpm. Calculate i) Number of poles ii) Slip frequency 4. a) Explain various power stages of a 3- phase Induction motor b) A 3-phase induction motor has 4 poles and is connected to 400V, 50Hz supply. Calculate the actual rotor speed and rotor frequency when the slip is 6% 5. a) Explain why the rotor of an induction motor rotates in the same direction as the stator Magnetic field. b) A slip ring induction motor runs at 290rpm on full load when connected to a 50Hz supply Calculate i) The number of poles ii) The slip iii) The slip for full load torque if the total resistance of the rotor circuit is doubled. 6. a) Obtain the relation between rotor input, rotor output and rotor copper losses with respect to a 3-phase Induction motor . b) A 6-pole , 50 Hz ,3-phase induction motor running full load develops a useful torque of 150 N-m at a rotor frequency of 1.5 Hz. Calculate the shaft power output. If the mechanical torque loss in friction be 10 N-m, calculate i) Rotor copper loss, ii) The input to the motor and iii) The Efficiency

1. a) Derive the expressions for distribution factor and pitch factor of alternator. b) A 3-Phase, 50Hz, 20 pole alternator with star connected stator winding has 180 slots on The stator. Each slot consists of 8 conductors. The flux per pole is 25mwb and is sinusoidally distributed. The coils are full pitch. Calculate the speed and generated EMF. 2. a) Explain the synchronous impedance method of computing the voltage regulation of Alternator. b) The stator of a 3-Phase, 50Hz, 8 pole alternator driven at 750 rpm has 72 slots. The Winding has been made with 36 coils having 10 turns per coil. Calculate the rms value of Induced emf per phase if the flux per pole is 0.15 mwb and is sinusoidally distributed. Assume full pitch coils have been used on the stator. 3.a) Derive the emf equation of an Alternator. b) 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. The speed is 375 rpm. Find frequency, phase and line emf. 4. a) Explain the constructional features of an alternator. b) A500V, 50 kVA single phase alternator has an effective armature resistance of 0.2 ohm. An excitation current of 10A produces 200A armature current on short circuit and an emf of 450 V on open circuit. Calculate the synchronous reactance.

1. Explain with neat diagrams the principle of operation of a a) AC Servo Motor b) Stepper Motor 2. a) Describe the construction and working of a shaded pole motor .? b) What is a stepper motor? Enumerate its advantages and applications.? 3.a) Discuss the function of an A.C. Tachometer. Explain its Construction and working. b) What are the applications of stepper motor and synchros? 4. Explain different types of Stepper motors with neat diagram?

1. a) Explain with neat sketch the principle of operation of permanent magnet type moving coil voltmeter. b) Compare the merits and demerits Moving coil and Moving iron instruments. 2.a) Explain the terms Deflecting torque and Controlling torque with reference to the Indicating instruments. b) Explain with neat sketch the principle of operation of permanent magnet type moving coil voltmeter. 3. Write short notes on the following i) Indicating Instruments ii) Integrating Instruments iii) Recording Instruments iv) Absolute instruments 4. Write short notes on the following i) Air Friction Damping ii) Eddy current damping iii) Fluid Friction Damping iv) Secondary instruments with respect to Electrical instruments classification