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MCQ 1.1

(A) 3 (C) 5

SOL 1.1

(B) 4 (D) 6

No. of chords is given as l = bn+1 b " no. of branches n " no. of nodes l " no. of chords b = 6, n = 4 l = 6 4 + 1= 3 Hence (A) is correct option. The Thevenins equivalent of a circuit operation at = 5 rads/s, has Voc = 3.71+ 15.9% V and Z0 = 2.38 j0.667 . At this frequency, the minimal realization of the Thevenins impedance will have a (A) resistor and a capacitor and an inductor (B) resistor and a capacitor (C) resistor and an inductor (D) capacitor and an inductor

MCQ 1.2

SOL 1.2

Hence (A) is correct option. Impedance Zo = 2.38 j0.667 Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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Constant term in impedance indicates that there is a resistance in the circuit. Assume that only a resistance and capacitor are in the circuit, phase difference in thevenin voltage is given as (Due to capacitor) = tan 1 (CR) j Zo = R C 1 = 0.667 So, C and R = 2.38 = tan 1 b 1 # 2.38 l 0.667 = 74.34c = [ 15.9c given Voc = 3.71+ 15.9c So, there is an inductor also connected in the circuit

MCQ 1.3

A signal e - t sin (t) is the input to a real Linear Time Invariant system. Given K and are constants, the output of the system will be of the form Ke - t sin (vt + ) where (A) need not be equal to but v equal to (B) v need not be equal to but equal to (C) equal to and v equal to (D) need not be equal to and v need not be equal to Hence (D) is correct option. L Let x (t) L y (t) L h (t)

SOL 1.3

So output of the system is given as Y (s) = X (s) H (s) L Now for input x (t ) e - s X (s) (shifting property) L e s H (s) h (t ) So now output is Y' (s) = e - s X (s) $ e - s H (s) Y' (s) = e - 2s X (s) H (s) Y' (s) = e - 2s Y (s) Or y' (t) = y (t 2)

MCQ 1.4

X is a uniformly distributed random variable that takes values between 0 and 1. The value of E {X3} will be (A) 0 (B) 1/8 (C) 1/4 (D) 1/2

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X is uniformly distributed between 0 and 1 So probability density function 1, 0 < x < 1 fX (X) = ) 0, otherwise So, 1 E {X3} = # X3 fX (X) dx

0

# 0

X3 (1) dx

4 1

MCQ 1.5

The characteristic equation of a (3 # 3 ) matrix P is defined as a () = I P = 3 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 0 If I denotes identity matrix, then the inverse of matrix P will be (A) (P2 + P + 2I) (B) (P2 + P + I) (C) (P2 + P + I) (D) (P2 + P + 2I) According to CAYLEY-HAMILTON Theorem every non-singular square matrix satisfies its own characteristic equation. Characteristic equation a () = I P = 3 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 0 Matrix P satisfies above equation P 3 + P 2 + 2P + I = 0 I = (P3 + P2 + 2P) Multiply both sides by P 1 P 1 = (P2 + P + 2I) Hence (D) is correct option.

SOL 1.5

MCQ 1.6

If the rank of a (5 # 6) matrix Q is 4, then which one of the following statement is correct ? (A) Q will have four linearly independent rows and four linearly independent columns (B) Q will have four linearly independent rows and five linearly independent columns T QQ (C) will be invertible (D) QT Q will be invertible

SOL 1.6

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So Q will have 4 linearly independent rows and flour independent columns. Hence (A) is correct option

MCQ 1.7

A function y (t) satisfies the following differential equation : dy (t) + y (t) = (t) dt where (t) is the delta function. Assuming zero initial condition, and denoting the unit step function by u (t), y (t) can be of the form (A) et (B) e - t (C) et u (t) (D) e - t u (t)

SOL 1.7

Given differential equation for the function dy (t) + y (t) = (t) dt Taking Laplace on both the sides we have, sY (s) + Y (s) = 1 (s + 1) Y (s) = 1 Y (s) = 1 s+1 Taking inverse Laplace of Y (s) y (t) = e t u (t), t > 0 Hence (D) is correct option.

MCQ 1.8

The equivalent circuits of a diode, during forward biased and reverse biased conditions, are shown in the figure. (I) (II)

If such a diode is used in clipper circuit of figure given above, the output voltage V0 of the circuit will be

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SOL 1.8

Output voltage

V0 = 10 sin t # 10 = 5 sin t 10 + 10

Due to resistor divider, voltage across diode VD < 0 (always). So it in reverse bias for given input. Output, V0 = 5 sin t Hence (A) is correct option.

MCQ 1.9

Two 8-bit ADCs, one of single slope integrating type and other of successive approximate type, take TA and TB times to convert 5 V analog input signal to equivalent digital output. If the input analog signal is reduced to 2.5 V, the approximate time taken by the two ADCs will respectively, be (A) TA, TB (B) TA /2, TB (C) TA, TB /2 (D) TA /2, TB /2

SOL 1.9

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An input device is interfaced with Intel 8085A microprocessor as memory mapped I/O. The address of the device is 2500H. In order to input data from the device to accumulator, the sequence of instructions will be (A) LXI H, 2500H (B) LXI H, 2500H MOV (C) LHLD MOV A, M 2500H A, M MOV (D) LHLD MOV M, A 2500H M, A

Hence ( ) is Correct Option Distributed winding and short chording employed in AC machines will result in (A) increase in emf and reduction in harmonics (B) reduction in emf and increase in harmonics (C) increase in both emf and harmonics (D) reduction in both emf and harmonics

SOL 1.11

Distributed winding and short chording employed in AC machine will result in reduction of emf and harmonics. Hence (D) is correct option. Three single-phase transformer are connected to form a 3-phase transformer bank. The transformers are connected in the following manner :

MCQ 1.12

SOL 1.12

(D) Y d11

Transformer connection will be represented by Y d1. Hence (B) is correct option. In a stepper motor, the detent torque means (A) minimum of the static torque with the phase winding excited (B) maximum of the static torque with the phase winding excited (C) minimum of the static torque with the phase winding unexcited (D) maximum of the static torque with the phase winding unexcited

MCQ 1.13

SOL 1.13

Detent torque/Restraining toque: The residual magnetism in the permanent magnetic material produced. Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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The detent torque is defined as the maximum load torque that can be applied to the shaft of an unexcited motor without causing continuous rotation. In case the motor is unexcited. Hence (D) is correct option.

MCQ 1.14

A two machine power system is shown below. The Transmission line XY has positive sequence impedance of Z1 and zero sequence impedance of Z0

An a phase to ground fault with zero fault impedance occurs at the centre of the transmission line. Bus voltage at X and line current from X to F for the phase a, are given by Va Volts and Ia amperes, respectively. Then, the impedance measured by the ground distance relay located at the terminal X of line XY will be given by (A) ^Z1 /2h (B) ^Z0 /2h (C) (Z0 + Z1) /2

SOL 1.14

Given for X to F section of phase a Va -Phase voltage and Ia -phase current. Impedance measured by ground distance, Bus voltage Relay at X = Current from phase 'a' = Va Ia Hence (D) is correct option.

MCQ 1.15

An extra high voltage transmission line of length 300 km can be approximate by a lossless line having propagation constant = 0.00127 radians per km. Then the percentage ratio of line length to wavelength will be given by (A) 24.24 % (B) 12.12 % (C) 19.05 % (D) 6.06 %

SOL 1.15

For EHV line given data is Length of line = 300 km and = 0.00127 S rad/km wavelength = 2 = 2 = 4947.39 km 0.00127 l % = 300 So 100 = 0.06063 # 100 4947.39 # l % = 6.063 Hence (D) is correct option. A-3-phase transmission line is shown in figure : Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

MCQ 1.16

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Voltage drop across the transmission line is given by the following equation : VR V V R R S3 Va W S Zs Zm Zm WSIa W S 3 Vb W = SZm Zs Zm WSIb W S W WS W S SIc W SZm Zm Zs W S 3 Vc W XT X X T T Shunt capacitance of the line can be neglect. If the has positive sequence impedance of 15 and zero sequence impedance of 48 , then the values of Zs and Zm will be (A) Zs = 31.5 ; Zm = 16.5 (B) Zs = 26 ; Zm = 11 (C) Zs = 16.5 ; Zm = 31.5 (D) Zs = 11 ; Zm = 26

SOL 1.16

For three phase transmission line by solving the given equation VRI V RV V R(X X ) 0 0 m WS aW S aW S s We get, 0 (Xs Xm) 0 WSIbW SVbW = S W S S W WS SIcW SVcW S 0 0 (Xs + 2Xm)W XT X X T T Zero sequence Impedance = Xs + 2Xm = 48 and Positive Sequence Impedance = Negative Sequence Impedance = (Xs Xm) = 15 By solving equation (1) and (2) Zs or Xs = 26 and Zm or Xm = 11 Hence (B) is correct option.

...(1)

...(2)

MCQ 1.17

In the single phase voltage controller circuit shown in the figure, for what range of triggering angle (), the input voltage (V0) is not controllable ?

(B) 45c < < 135c (D) 135c < < 180c

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= 45c so, firing angle must be higher the 45c, Thus for 0 < < 45c, V0 is uncontrollable.

MCQ 1.18

A 3-phase voltage source inverter is operated in 180c conduction mode. Which one of the following statements is true ? (A) Both pole-voltage and line-voltage will have 3rd harmonic components (B) Pole-voltage will have 3rd harmonic component but line-voltage will be free from 3rd harmonic (C) Line-voltage will have 3rd harmonic component but pole-voltage will be free from 3rd harmonic (D) Both pole-voltage and line-voltage will be free from 3rd harmonic components A 3- voltage source inverter is operated in 180c mode in that case third harmonics are absent in pole voltage and line voltage due to the factor cos (n/6). so both are free from 3rd harmonic components. Hence (D) is correct option. The impulse response of a causal linear time-invariant system is given as h (t). Now consider the following two statements : Statement (I): Principle of superposition holds Statement (II): h (t) = 0 for t < 0 Which one of the following statements is correct ? (A) Statements (I) is correct and statement (II) is wrong (B) Statements (II) is correct and statement (I) is wrong (C) Both Statement (I) and Statement (II) are wrong (D) Both Statement (I) and Statement (II) are correct

SOL 1.18

MCQ 1.19

SOL 1.19

Since the given system is LTI, So principal of Superposition holds due to linearity. For causal system h (t) = 0 , t < 0 Both statement are correct. Hence (D) is correct option. It is desired to measure parameters of 230 V/115 V, 2 kVA,

MCQ 1.20

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single-phase transformer. The following wattmeters are available in a laboratory: W1 : 250 V, 10 A, Low Power Factor W2 : 250 V, 5 A, Low Power Factor W3 : 150 V, 10 A, High Power Factor W4 : 150 V, 5 A, High Power Factor The Wattmeters used in open circuit test and short circuit test of the transformer will respectively be (A) W1 and W2 (B) W2 and W4 (C) W1 and W4

SOL 1.20

(D) W2 and W3

Given: 1- transformer, 230 V/115 V, 2 kVA W1 : 250 V, 10 A, Low Power Factor W2 : 250 V, 5 A, Low Power Factor W3 : 150 V, 10 A, High Power Factor W4 : 150 V, 5 A, High Power Factor In one circuit test the wattmeter W2 is used and in short circuit test of transformer W3 is used. Hence (D) is correct option.

MCQ 1.21

SOL 1.21

Time constant of the circuit can be calculated by simplifying the circuit as follows

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Time constant

MCQ 1.22

SOL 1.22

(B) 2 rad/s (D) 4 rad/s R +R 1 jCR R = j L + 1 + jCR # 1 jCR R (1 jCR) = j L + 1 + 2 C2 R2 jL (1 + 2 C2 R2) + R jCR2 = 1 + 2 C2 R2 j [L (1 + 2 C2 R2) CR2] R = + 1 + 2 C2 R2 1 + 2 C2 R2

1 jC 1 j C

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L = 0.1 H, C = 1 F, R = 1 So, # 0.1 [1 + 2 (1) (1)] = (1) (1) 2 1 + 2 = 10 & = 9 = 3 rad/sec Hence (C) is correct option.

MCQ 1.23

Assuming ideal elements in the circuit shown below, the voltage Vab will be

(A) 3 V (C) 3 V

SOL 1.23

(B) 0 V (D) 5 V

By applying KVL in the circuit Vab 2i + 5 = 0 i = 1 A, Vab = 2 # 1 5 = 3 Volt Hence (A) is correct option A capacitor consists of two metal plates each 500 # 500 mm2 and spaced 6 mm apart. The space between the metal plates is filled with a glass plate of 4 mm thickness and a layer of paper of 2 mm thickness. The relative primitivities of the glass and paper are 8 and 2 respectively. Neglecting the fringing effect, the capacitance will be (Given that 0 = 8.85 # 10 - 12 F/m ) (A) 983.3 pF (B) 1475 pF (C) 637.7 pF (D) 9956.25 pF

MCQ 1.24

SOL 1.24

Here two capacitance C1 and C2 are connected in series, so equivalent capacitance is Ceq = C1 C2 C1 + C 2

C1 = 0 r1 A d1

12 6 # 500 # 10 = 8.85 # 10 # 8 # 500 4 # 10 3 = 442.5 # 10 11 F

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C2 = 0 r2 A d2

12 6 # 500 # 10 = 8.85 # 10 # 2 # 500 3 2 # 10 = 221.25 # 10 11 F 11 11 Ceq = 442.5 # 10 11 # 221.25 # 10 11 442.5 # 10 + 221.25 # 10 = 147.6 # 10 11 - 1476 pF Hence (B) is correct option.

MCQ 1.25

A coil of 300 turns is wound on a non-magnetic core having a mean circumference of 300 mm and a cross-sectional area of 300 mm2. The inductance of the coil corresponding to a magnetizing current of 3 A will be (Given that 0 = 4 # 10 - 7 H/m) (B) 113.04 H (A) 37.68 H (C) 3.768 H (D) 1.1304 H Hence (B) is correct option. Circumference l = 300 mm no. of turns n = 300 Cross sectional area A = 300 mm2 n2 A Inductance of coil L = 0 l 4 # 10 7 # (300) 2 # 300 # 10 6 (300 # 10 3) = 113.04 H =

SOL 1.25

MCQ 1.26

In the circuit shown in the figure, the value of the current i will be given by

SOL 1.26

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& Va = 2.5 V Similarly Vb 4Vab ++Vb 0 = 0 3 1 Vb 4 (Va Vb) + Vb = 0 3 Vb 4 (2.5 Vb) + 3Vb = 0 8Vb 10 = 0 & Vb = 1.25 V Current i = Vb = 1.25 A 1 Hence (B) is correct option.

MCQ 1.27

Two point charges Q1 = 10 C and Q2 = 20 mC are placed at coordinates (1,1,0) and ( 1, 1, 0) respectively. The total electric flux passing through a plane z = 20 will be (A) 7.5 C (B) 13.5 C (C) 15.0 C (D) 22.5 C Hence ( ) is Correct Option Given a sequence x [n], to generate the sequence y [n] = x [3 4n], which one of the following procedures would be correct ? (A) First delay x (n) by 3 samples to generate z1 [n], then pick every 4th sample of z1 [n] to generate z2 [n], and than finally time reverse z2 [n] to obtain y [n]. (B) First advance x [n] by 3 samples to generate z1 [n], then pick every 4th sample of z1 [n] to generate z2 [n], and then finally time reverse z2 [n] to obtain y [n] (C) First pick every fourth sample of x [n] to generate v1 [n], time-reverse v1 [n] to obtain v2 [n], and finally advance v2 [n] by 3 samples to obtain y [n] (D) First pick every fourth sample of x [n] to generate v1 [n], time-reverse v1 [n] to obtain v2 [n], and finally delay v2 [n] by 3 samples to obtain y [n]

SOL 1.28

In option (A) z1 [n] = x [n 3] z2 [n] = z1 [4n] = x [4n 3] y [n] = z2 [ n] = x [ 4n 3] = Y x [3 4n] In option (B) z1 [n] = x [n + 3] z2 [n] = z1 [4n] = x [4n + 3] y [n] = z2 [ n] = x [ 4n + 3] In option (C) v1 [n] = x [4n]

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v2 [n] = v1 [ n] = x [ 4n] y [n] = v2 [n + 3] = x [ 4 (n + 3)] = Y x [3 4n] In option (D) v1 [n] = x [4n] v2 [n] = v1 [ n] = x [ 4n] y [n] = v2 [n 3] = x [ 4 (n 3)] = Y x [3 4n] Hence (B) is correct option.

MCQ 1.29

A system with x (t) and output y (t) is defined by the input-output relation : y (t) = x (t) d -3 The system will be (A) Casual, time-invariant and unstable (B) Casual, time-invariant and stable (C) non-casual, time-invariant and unstable (D) non-casual, time-variant and unstable

- 2t

SOL 1.29

#- 3x () d

- 2t

- 2t

So this is time-variant. Stability : Output y (t) is unbounded for an bounded input. For example Let x () = e - (bounded) - - 2t - 2t y (t) = e - d = 8 e B $ Unbounded 1 -3 -3

MCQ 1.30

A signal x (t) = sinc (t) where is a real constant ^sinc (x) = x h is the input to a Linear Time Invariant system whose impulse response h (t) = sinc (t), where is a real constant. If min (, ) denotes the minimum of and and similarly, max (, ) denotes the maximum of and , and K is a constant, which one of the following statements is true about the output of the system ? (A) It will be of the form Ksinc (t) where = min (, )

sin (x)

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Output y (t) of the given system is y (t) = x (t) ) h (t) Or Y (j) = X (j) H (j) given that x (t) = sinc (t) h (t) = sinc (t) Fourier transform of x (t) and h (t) are X (j) = F [x (t)] = rect` j, < < 2 H (j) = F [h (t)] = rect` j, < < 2

2 Y (j) = rect` j rect` j 2 2

So,

Y (j) = K rect ` j 2

Where = min (, ) And y (t) = K sinc (t) Hence (A) is correct option.

MCQ 1.31

Let x (t) be a periodic signal with time period T , Let y (t) = x (t t0) + x (t + t0) for some t0 . The Fourier Series coefficients of y (t) are denoted by bk . If bk = 0 for all odd k , then t0 can be equal to (B) T/4 (A) T/8 (C) T/2 (D) 2T

SOL 1.31

Let ak is the Fourier series coefficient of signal x (t) Given y (t) = x (t t0) + x (t + t0) Fourier series coefficient of y (t) bk = e - jkt ak + e jkt ak bk = 2ak cos kt0 bk = 0 (for all odd k ) kt0 = , k " odd 2 k 2 t0 = 2 T

0 0

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For k = 1,

t0 = T 4

MCQ 1.32

H (z) is a transfer function of a real system. When a signal x [n] = (1 + j) n is the input to such a system, the output is zero. Further, the Region of convergence -1 (ROC) of ^1 1 2 z h H(z) is the entire Z-plane (except z = 0 ). It can then be inferred that H (z) can have a minimum of (A) one pole and one zero (B) one pole and two zeros (C) two poles and one zero (D) two poles and two zeros

Hence ( ) is correct option. z Given X (z) = with z > a , the residue of X (z) zn - 1 at z = a 2 (z a) for n $ 0 will be (B) an (A) an - 1 (C) nan (D) nan - 1

SOL 1.33

Hence (D) is correct option. z , z >a Given that X (z) = (z a) 2 Residue of X (z) zn - 1 at z = a is = d (z a) 2 X (z) zn - 1 z = a dz z = d (z a) 2 zn - 1 dz (z a) 2 z=a n d z = dz z = a = nzn - 1 z = a = nan - 1 Consider function f (x) = (x2 4) 2 where x is a real number. Then the function has (A) only one minimum (B) only tow minima (C) three minima (D) three maxima

MCQ 1.34

SOL 1.34

Given function f (x) = (x2 4) 2 f' (x) = 2 (x2 4) 2x To obtain minima and maxima f' (x) = 0 2 4x (x 4) = 0 x = 0, x2 4 = 0 & x = ! 2 So, x = 0, + 2, 2 f'' (x) = 4x (2x) + 4 (x2 4) = 12x2 16

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For x = 0, f'' (0) = 12 (0) 2 16 = 16 < 0 x =+ 2, f'' (2) = 12 (2) 2 16 = 32 > 0 x = 2, f'' ( 2) = 12 ( 2) 2 16 = 32 > 0 So f (x) has only two minima Hence (B) is correct option.

MCQ 1.35

Equation ex 1 = 0 is required to be solved using Newtons method with an initial guess x0 = 1. Then, after one step of Newtons method, estimate x1 of the solution will be given by (A) 0.71828 (B) 0.36784 (C) 0.20587 (D) 0.00000

SOL 1.35

An iterative sequence in Newton-Raphson method can obtain by following expression f (xn) xn + 1 = xn f' (xn) We have to calculate x1 , so n = 0 x1 = x 0

0

f (x 0) , Given x 0 = 1 f' (x 0)

0

So,

x1 = 1

( 0.63212) (0.36787)

MCQ 1.36

A is m # n full rank matrix with m > n and I is identity matrix. Let matrix A' = (AT A) - 1 AT , Then, which one of the following statement is FALSE ? (A) AA'A = A (B) (AA') 2 (C) A'A = I (D) AA'A = A' Hence (D) is correct option A' = (AT A) 1 AT = A 1 (AT ) 1 AT = A 1 I Put A' = A 1 I in all option. option (A) AA'A = A AA 1 A = A Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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option (C)

option (D)

MCQ 1.37

A differential equation dx/dt = e - 2t u (t), has to be solved using trapezoidal rule of integration with a step size h = 0.01 s. Function u (t) indicates a unit step function. If x (0 -) = 0 , then value of x at t = 0.01 s will be given by (A) 0.00099 (B) 0.00495 (C) 0.0099 (D) 0.0198

SOL 1.37

# e 2t dt

0

# f (t) dt ,

0

t = .01 s From trapezoid rule t + nh f (t) dt = h 6f (0) + f (.01)@ # 2 t 1 f (t) dt = .01 6e0 + e .02@, h = .01 # 2 0

0 0

= .0099

MCQ 1.38

Let P be a 2 # 2 real orthogonal matrix and x is a real vector [x1, x2] T with length 2 1/2 . Then, which one of the following statements is correct ? x = (x1 + x2 2) (A) Px # x where at least one vector satisfies Px < x (B) Px # x for all vector x (C) Px $ x where at least one vector satisfies Px > x (D) No relationship can be established between x and Px P is an orthogonal matrix So PPT = I Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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cos sin Let assume P = > sin cos H cos sin x x T PX = > sin cos H8 1 2B cos sin x1 => sin cos H>x2H x1 cos x2 sin => x1 sin + x2 cos H = (x1 cos x2 sin ) 2 + (x1 sin + x2 cos ) 2 2 2 = x1 + x2 PX = X Hence (B) is correct option. PX

MCQ 1.39

1 1 Let x (t) = rect^t 1 2 h (where rect (x) = 1 for 2 # x # 2 and zero otherwise. If sin (x) sinc (x) = x , then the Fourier Transform of x (t) + x ( t) will be given by (B) 2 sinc` j (A) sinc` j 2 2

SOL 1.39

So, Similarly

#- 3 x (t) e- jt dt + #- 3 x ( t) e- jt dt

3 3

(1) e - jt dt + # (1) e - jt dt # -1 0

1 0 1 0

- j t - j t = ; e E +; e E j 0 j - 1 = 1 (1 e - j) + 1 (e j 1) j j

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- j /2 j /2 =e (e j/2 e - j/2) + e (e j/2 e - j/2) j j

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MCQ 1.40

Two perfectly matched silicon transistor are connected as shown in the figure assuming the of the transistors to be very high and the forward voltage drop in diodes to be 0.7 V, the value of current I is

SOL 1.40

This is a current mirror circuit. Since is high so IC1 = IC2, IB1 = IB2 VB = ( 5 + 0.7) = 4.3 volt Diode D1 is forward biased. So, current I is, I = IC2 = IC1 0 ( 4.3) = = 4.3 mA 1

MCQ 1.41

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. Assuming diodes D1 and D2 to be ideal, load resistance to be infinite and initial capacitor voltages to be zero. The steady state voltage across capacitor C1 and C2 will be

SOL 1.41

In positive half cycle of input, diode D1 is in forward bias and D2 is off, the equivalent circuit is

Capacitor C1 will charge upto + 5 volt. VC1 =+ 5 volt In negative halt cycle diode D1 is off and D2 is on.

Now capacitor VC2 will charge upto 10 volt in opposite direction. Hence (D) is correct option

MCQ 1.42

The block diagrams of two of half wave rectifiers are shown in the figure. The transfer characteristics of the rectifiers are also shown within the block.

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To get output V0 V0 = K ( VP + VQ) K gain of op-amp So, P should connected at inverting terminal of op-amp and Q with non-inverting terminal Hence (D) is correct Option

MCQ 1.43

A 3-line to 8-line decoder, with active low outputs, is used to implement a 3-variable Boolean function as shown in the figure

The simplified form of Boolean function F (A, B, C) implemented in Product of Sum form will be (A) (X + Z) (X + Y + Z ) (Y + Z) (B) (X + Z ) (X + Y + Z) (Y + Z ) (C) (X + Y + Z) (X + Y + Z) (X + Y + Z) (X + Y + Z ) (D) (X + Y + Z) (X + Y + Z ) (X + Y + Z) (X + Y + Z ) Brought to you by: Nodia and Company PUBLISHING FOR GATE Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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F = X Z + Y Z + XYZ In POS form F since all outputs are F Hence (B) is correct

MCQ 1.44

The truth table of monoshot shown in the figure is given in the table below :

Two monoshots, one positive edge triggered and other negative edge triggered, are connected shown in the figure, The pulse widths of the two monoshot outputs Q1 and Q2 are TON and TON respectively.

1 2

The frequency and the duty cycle of the signal at Q1 will respectively be 1 (A) f = , D= 1 TON + TON 5

1 2

(B) f =

TON

2 2 1 1 1 2

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SOL 1.44

TON (D) f = 1 , D = TON TON + TON In this case 1 f = TON1 + TON 2 TON 2 and, D = TON1 + TON 2

1 2 1 2

MCQ 1.45

The content of some of the memory location in an 8085 accumulator based system are given below Address g 26FE 26FF 2700 2701 2702 Content g 00 01 02 03 04

g g The content of stack (SP), program counter (PC) and (H,L) are 2700 H, 2100 H and 0000 H respectively. When the following sequence of instruction are executed. 2100 H: DAD SP 2101 H: PCHL the content of (SP) and (PC) at the end of execution will be (A) PC = 2102 H, SP = 2700 H (B) PC = 2700 H, SP = 2700 H (C) PC = 2800 H, SP = 26FE H

SOL 1.45

Given that SP = 2700 H PC = 2100 H HL = 0000 H Executing given instruction set in following steps, DAD SP & Add register pair (SP) to HL register HL = HL + SP HL = 0000 H + 2700 H HL = 2700 H PCHL & Load program counter with HL contents PC = HL = 2700 H So after execution contents are, PC = 2700 H, HL = 2700 H

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MCQ 1.46

A waveform generator circuit using OPAMPs is shown in the figure. It produces a triangular wave at point P with a peak to peak voltage of 5 V for Vi = 0 V .

If the voltage Vi is made + 2.5 V, the voltage waveform at point P will become

Hence ( ) is correct option. A 230 V, 50 Hz, 4-pole, single-phase induction motor is rotating in the clockwise (forward) direction at a speed of 1425 rpm. If the rotor resistance at standstill is 7.8 , then the effective rotor resistance in the backward branch of the equivalent circuit will be (B) 4 (A) 2 (C) 78 (D) 156 induction motor is rotating in Given: 230 V, 50 Hz, 4-Pole, 1- clock-wise(forward) direction Ns = 1425 rpm Rotar resistance at stand still( R2 ) = 7.8 So

SOL 1.47

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Ns = 120 # 50 = 1500 4 Slip(S ) = 1500 1425 = 0.05 1500 Resistance in backward branch rb = R2 2S = 7.8 2 0.05 =4 Hence (B) is correct option.

MCQ 1.48

A 400 V, 50 Hz 30 hp, three-phase induction motor is drawing 50 A current at 0.8 power factor lagging. The stator and rotor copper losses are 1.5 kW and 900 W respectively. The friction and windage losses are 1050 W and the core losses are 1200 W. The air-gap power of the motor will be (A) 23.06 kW (B) 24.11 kW (C) 25.01 kW (D) 26.21 kW Given: a 400 V, 50 Hz, 30 hp, 3- induction motor Current = 50 A at 0.8 p.f. lagging Stator and rotor copper losses are 1.5 kW and 900 W fraction and windage losses = 1050 W Core losses = 1200 W = 1.2 kW So, Input power in stator = 3 # 400 # 50 # 0.8 = 27.71 kW Air gap power = 27.71 1.5 1.2 = 25.01 kW Hence (C) is correct option. The core of a two-winding transformer is subjected to a magnetic flux variation as indicated in the figure.

SOL 1.48

MCQ 1.49

The induced emf (ers) in the secondary winding as a function of time will be of the form

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SOL 1.49

Hence (A) is correct option. Induced emf in secondary = N2 During 0 < t < 1

d dt d = 12 V dt

E1 = (100)

E1 and E2 are in opposition E2 = 2E1 = 24 V During time 1 < t < 2 d = 0 , then E1 = E2 = 0 dt During 2 < t < 2.5 E1 = (100) Then E2 = 0 48 V

MCQ 1.50

d = 24 V dt

Voltages phasors at the two terminals of a transmission line of length 70 km have a magnitude of 1.0 per unit but are 180 degree out of phase. Assuming that the maximum load current in the line is 1/5th of minimum 3-phase fault current. Which one of the following transmission line protection schemes will not pick up for this condition ? (A) Distance protection using ohm relay with zoen-1 set to 80% of the line impedance. Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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(B) Directional over current protection set to pick up at 1.25 times the maximum load current (C) Pilot relaying system with directional comparison scheme (D) Pilot relaying system with segregated phase comparison scheme

SOL 1.50 MCQ 1.51

Hence ( ) is Correct Option A loss less transmission line having Surge Impedance Loading (SIL) of 2280 MW is provided with a uniformly distributed series capacitive compensation of 30%. Then, SIL of the compensated transmission line will be (A) 1835 MW (B) 2280 MW (C) 2725 MW (D) 3257 MW

SOL 1.51

SIL has no effect of compensation So SIL = 2280 MW Hence (B) is correct option. A loss less power system has to serve a load of 250 MW. There are tow generation ( G 1 and G 2 ) in the system with cost curves C1 and C2 respectively defined as follows ; 2 C1 (PG1) = PG1 + 0.055 # PG1 2 C2 (PG2) = 3PG2 + 0.03 # PG2 Where PG1 and PG2 are the MW injections from generator G 1 and G 2 respectively. Thus, the minimum cost dispatch will be (A) PG1 = 250 MW; PG2 = 0 MW (B) PG1 = 150 MW; PG2 = 100 MW (C) PG1 = 100 MW; PG2 = 150 MW (D) PG1 = 0 MW; PG2 = 250 MW ...(1)

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MCQ 1.52

SOL 1.52

Hence (C) is correct option Given PG1 + PG2 C1 (PG1) and C2 (PG2) from equation (2) dC1 dPG1 dC2 and dPG2

...(2)

...(3a) ...(3b)

Since the system is loss-less dC1 = dC2 Therefore dPG1 dPG2 So from equations (3a) and (3b) We have 0.11PG1 0.06PG2 = 2 Now solving equation (1) and (4), we get PG1 = 100 MW Brought to you by: Nodia and Company PUBLISHING FOR GATE ...(4)

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PG2 = 150 MW

MCQ 1.53

A loss less single machine infinite bus power system is shown below :

The synchronous generator transfers 1.0 per unit of power to the infinite bus. The critical clearing time of circuit breaker is 0.28 s. If another identical synchronous generator is connected in parallel to the existing generator and each generator is scheduled to supply 0.5 per unit of power, then the critical clearing time of the circuit breaker will (A) reduce to 0.14 s (B) reduce but will be more than 0.14 s (C) remain constant at 0.28 s

SOL 1.53

After connecting both the generators in parallel and scheduled to supply 0.5 Pu of power results the increase in the current. ` Critical clearing time will reduced from 0.28 s but will not be less than 0.14 s for transient stability purpose. Hence (B) is correct option. Single line diagram of a 4-bus single source distribution system is shown below. Branches e1, e2, e3 and e4 have equal impedances. The load current values indicated in the figure are in per unit.

MCQ 1.54

Distribution companys policy requires radial system operation with minimum loss. This can be achieved by opening of the branch (A) e1 (B) e2 (C) e3 (D) e4

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Given that the each section has equal impedance. Let it be R or Z , then by using the formula line losses = / I2 R On removing (e1); losses = (1) 2 R + (1 + 2) 2 R + (1 + 2 + 5) 2 R = R + 9R + 64R = 74R Similarly, On removing e2 ;losses = 52 R + (5 + 2) 2 R + (5 + 2 + 1) 2 R = 138R lossess on removing e 3 = (1) 2 R + (2) 2 R + (5 + 2) 2 R = 1R + 4R + 49R = 54R on removing e 4 lossless = (2) 2 R + (2 + 1) 2 R + 52 R = 4R + 9R + 25R = 38R So, minimum losses are gained by removing e 4 branch. Hence (D) is correct option A single phase fully controlled bridge converter supplies a load drawing constant and ripple free load current, if the triggering angle is 30c, the input power factor will be (A) 0.65 (B) 0.78 (C) 0.85 (D) 0.866 Given = 30c, in a 1- fully bridge converter we know that, Power factor = Distortion factor # cos D.f. (Distortion factor) = Is(fundamental) /Is = 0.9 power factor = 0.9 # cos 30c = 0.78 Hence (B) is correct option A single-phase half controlled converter shown in the figure feeding power to highly inductive load. The converter is operating at a firing angle of 60c.

MCQ 1.55

SOL 1.55

MCQ 1.56

If the firing pulses are suddenly removed, the steady state voltage (V0) waveform of the converter will become

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SOL 1.56

Output of this

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MCQ 1.57

A 220 V 20 A, 1000 rpm, separately excited dc motor has an armature resistance of 2.5 . The motor is controlled by a step down chopper with a frequency of 1 kHz. The input dc voltage to the chopper is 250 V. The duty cycle of the chopper for the motor to operate at a speed of 600 rpm delivering the rated torque will be (A) 0.518 (B) 0.608 (C) 0.852 (D) 0.902 Hence ( ) is Correct Option A 220 V, 1400 rpm, 40 A separately excited dc motor has an armature resistance of 0.4 . The motor is fed from a single phase circulating current dual converter with an input ac line voltage of 220 V (rms). The approximate firing angles of the dual converter for motoring operating at 50% of rated torque and 1000 rpm will be (A) 43c, 137c (B) 43c, 47c (C) 39c, 141c (D) 39c, 51c Hence ( ) is Correct Option A single phase source inverter is feeding a purely inductive load as shown in the figure The inverter is operated at 50 Hz in 180c square wave mode. Assume that the load current does not have any dc component. The peak value of the inductor current i0 will be

SOL 1.59

(B) 10 A (D) 40 A

Input is given as

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`Peak current occur at ` Vs = L di dt 200 = 0.1 # di dt di = a kb 1 l = 1 2 50 100 di(max) = 200 # 1 # 1 = 20 A 100 0.1

(/)

Here So

MCQ 1.60

A 400 V, 50 Hz, 4-pole, 1400 rpm, star connected squirrel cage induction motor has the following parameters referred to the stator: R'r = 1.0 , Xs = X'r = 1.5 Neglect stator resistance and core and rotational losses of the motor. The motor is controlled from a 3-phase voltage source inverter with constant V/f control. The stator line-to-line voltage(rms) and frequency to obtain the maximum torque at starting will be : (A) 20.6 V, 2.7 Hz (B) 133.3 V, 16.7 Hz (C) 266.6 V, 33.3 Hz (D) 323.3 V, 40.3 Hz

SOL 1.60

Given 400 V, 50 Hz, 4-Pole, 1400 rpm star connected squirrel cage induction motor. R = 1.00 , Xs = Xlr = 1.5 So, for max. torque slip Rlr Sm = Xsm + Xlrm for starting torque Sm = 1 Then Xsm + Xlrm = Rlr 2fm Ls + 0.2fm Llr = 1 Frequency at max. torque 1 2 (Ls + Llr ) Xs Ls = = 1.5 2 # 50 2 # 50 Llr = 1.5 2 # 50 1 fm = = 50 1. 5 + 1. 5 3 50 50 fm = fm = 16.7 Hz In const V/f control method

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So

V1 = 400 = 8 50 f1 a V2 = 8 f1

MCQ 1.61

A single phase fully controlled converter bridge is used for electrical braking of a separately excited dc motor. The dc motor load is represented by an equivalent circuit as shown in the figure.

Assume that the load inductance is sufficient to ensure continuous and ripple free load current. The firing angle of the bridge for a load current of I0 = 10 A will be (A) 44c (B) 51c (C) 129c

SOL 1.61

(D) 136c

Here for continuous conduction mode, by Kirchoffs voltage law, average load current

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MCQ 1.62

A three phase fully controlled bridge converter is feeding a load drawing a constant and ripple free load current of 10 A at a firing angle of 30c. The approximate Total harmonic Distortion (%THD) and the rms value of fundamental component of input current will respectively be (A) 31% and 6.8 A (B) 31% and 7.8 A (C) 66% and 6.8 A (D) 66% and 7.8 A 2 10 = 8.16 A 3#

SOL 1.62

MCQ 1.63

THD =

1 2 b 0.955 l 1 = 31%

In the circuit shown in the figure, the switch is operated at a duty cycle of 0.5. A large capacitor is connected across the load. The inductor current is assumed to be continuous.

The average voltage across the load and the average current through the diode will respectively be (A) 10 V, 2 A (B) 10 V, 8 A (C) 40 V 2 A

SOL 1.63

(D) 40 V, 8 A

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In the given diagram when switch S is open I 0 = IL = 4 A, Vs = 20 V when switch S is closed ID = 0, V0 = 0 V Duty cycle = 0.5 so average voltage is Vs 1 Average current = 0 + 4 = 2 amp 2 Average voltage =

MCQ 1.64

20 = 40 V 1 0.5

The transfer function of a linear time invariant system is given as G (s) = 2 1 s + 3s + 2 The steady state value of the output of the system for a unit impulse input applied at time instant t = 1 will be (A) 0 (B) 0.5 (C) 1 (D) 2 G (s) =

SOL 1.64

Given transfer function 1 s2 + 3s + 2 Input r (t) = (t 1) R (s) = L [ (t 1)] = e s Output is given by Y (s) = R (s) G (s) s Y (s) = 2 e s + 3s + 2 Steady state value of output lim y (t) = lim sY (s)

t"3 s"0

2

MCQ 1.65

The transfer functions of two compensators are given below : 10 (s + 1) C1 = , C2 = s + 10 (s + 10) 10 (s + 1) Which one of the following statements is correct ? (A) C1 is lead compensator and C2 is a lag compensator (B) C1 is a lag compensator and C2 is a lead compensator (C) Both C1 and C2 are lead compensator (D) Both C1 and C2 are lag compensator

SOL 1.65

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C = tan 1 () tan 1 a k 10 J N 1 K 10 O C1 = tan 2 K K1 + O O 10 P L C1 = tan 1 c 9 2 m > 0 (Phase lead) 10 + Similarly for C2 , phase is C2 = tan 1 a k tan 1 () 10 J N 1 K 10 O = tan 2 K K1 + O O 10 P L = tan 1 c 9 2 m < 0 (Phase lag) 10 + Hence (A) is correct option

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MCQ 1.66

The asymptotic Bode magnitude plot of a minimum phase transfer function is shown in the figure :

This transfer function has (A) Three poles and one zero (C) Two poles and two zero

SOL 1.66

(B) Two poles and one zero (D) One pole and two zeros

From the given bode plot we can analyze that: Slope 40 dB/decade"2 poles Slope 20 dB/decade (Slope changes by + 20 dB/decade)"1 Zero Slope 0 dB/decade (Slope changes by + 20 dB/decade)"1 Zero So there are 2 poles and 2 zeroes in the transfer function. Hence (C) is correct option. Figure shows a feedback system where K > 0

MCQ 1.67

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The range of K for which the system is stable will be given by (A) 0 < K < 30 (B) 0 < K < 39 (C) 0 < K < 390

SOL 1.67

Characteristic equation for the system K =0 1+ s (s + 3) (s + 10) s (s + 3) (s + 10) + K = 0 s3 + 13s2 + 30s + K = 0 Applying Rouths stability criteria s3 s2 s1 1 13 (13 # 30) K 13 K 30 K

s0 For stability there should be no sign change in first column So, 390 K > 0 & K < 390 K >0 0 < K < 90 Hence (C) is correct option

MCQ 1.68

The transfer function of a system is given as 100 2 s + 20s + 100 The system is (A) An over damped system (B) An under damped system (C) A critically damped system (D) An unstable system

SOL 1.68

Given transfer function is 100 s2 + 20s + 100 Characteristic equation of the system is given by s2 + 20s + 100 = 0 2 n = 100 & n = 10 rad/sec. 2n = 20 or = 20 = 1 2 # 10 H (s)) =

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MCQ 1.69

Two sinusoidal signals p (1, t) = A sin 1 t and q (2 t) are applied to X and Y inputs of a dual channel CRO. The Lissajous figure displayed on the screen shown below : The signal q (2 t) will be represented as

SOL 1.69

Frequency ratio

2 = 1 /2 Since the Lissajous figures are ellipse, so there is a phase difference of 90c exists between vertical and horizontal inputs. So q (2 t) = A cos 2 t, 2 = 1 /2

MCQ 1.70

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If the bridge is balanced for oscillator frequency f = 2 kHz, then the impedance Z will be (A) (260 + j0) (B) (0 + j200) (C) (260 j200)

SOL 1.70

Impedance of different branches is given as ZAB = 500 ZBC = ZAD 1 + 300 j # 2 # 2 # 103 # 0.398 F - ( 200j + 300) = j # 2 # 2 # 103 # 15.91 mH + 300 - (200j + 300) To balance the bridge ZAB ZCD = ZAD ZBC 500Z = (200j + 300) ( 200j + 300) 500Z = 130000 Z = (260 + j0) Hence (A) is correct option.

Consider a power system shown below:

Given that: Vs1 = Vs2 = 1 + j0 p.u ; The positive sequence impedance are Zs1 = Zs2 = 0.001 + j0.01 p.u and ZL = 0.006 + j0.06 p.u 3-phase Base MVA = 100 voltage base = 400 kV(Line to Line) Nominal system frequency = 50 Hz. Brought to you by: Nodia and Company PUBLISHING FOR GATE Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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The reference voltage for phase a is defined as V (t) = Vm cos (t). A symmetrical three phase fault occurs at centre of the line, i.e. point F at time t 0 . The positive sequence impedance from source S1 to point F equals 0.004 + j0.04 p.u. The wave form corresponding to phase a fault current from bus X reveals that decaying d.c. offset current is negative and in magnitude at its maximum initial value, Assume that the negative sequence impedances are equal to postive sequence impedance and the zero sequence impedances are three times positive sequence impedances.

MCQ 1.71

The instant (t0) of the fault will be (A) 4.682 ms (C) 14.667 ms

SOL 1.71

Given V (t) = Vm cos (t) For symmetrical 3 fault, current after the fault i (t) = Ae (R/L) t + 2 Vm cos (t ) Z At the instant of fault i.e t = t 0 , the total current i (t) = 0 ` 0 = Ae (R/L) t + 2 Vm cos (t 0 ) Z

0

Ae (R/L) t = 2 Vm cos (t 0 ) Z

0

0

For this to be negative max. (t 0 ) = 0 or t0 = and ` From equation (1) Z = 0.004 + j0.04 Z = Z + = 0.0401995+84.29c = 84.29cor 1.471 rad. t0 = 1.471 = 0.00468 sec (2 # 50)

...(1)

MCQ 1.72

The rms value of the component of fault current (If ) will be (A) 3.59 kA (B) 5.07 kA (C) 7.18 kA (D) 10.15 kA Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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Since the fault F is at mid point of the system, therefore impedance seen is same from both sides.

Z = 0.0201+84.29c 2 Z1 (Positive sequence) = Z = 0.0201+84.29c 2 also Z1 = Z2 = Z 0 (for 3- fault) 1+0c ` I f (pu) = 1+0c = Z1 0.0201+84.29c So magnitude ` Fault current If

(p.u.)

I f = 49.8 # = 7.18 kA

MCQ 1.73

Instead of the three phase fault, if a single line to ground fault occurs on phase a at point F with zero fault impedance, then the rms of the ac component of fault current (Ix) for phase a will be (A) 4.97 p.u (B) 7.0 p.u (C) 14.93 p.u (D) 29.85 p.u

SOL 1.73

If fault is LG in phase a

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Then Ia /3 = Ia1 = Ia2 = Ia0 ` and Ia1 (pu) = Ia1 1.0+0c Z1 + Z 2 + Z 0 1. 0 = = 9.95 pu (0.0201 + 0.0201 + 0.0603)

Fault Current I f = Ia = 3Ia1 = 29.85 pu So Fault current I f = 29.85 # = 4.97 kA Hence (A) is correct option. 100 3 # 400

A 3-phase, 440 V, 50 Hz, 4-pole slip ring induction motor is feed from the rotor side through an auto-transformer and the stator is connected to a variable resistance as shown in the figure.

The motor is coupled to a 220 V, separately excited d.c generator feeding power to fixed resistance of 10 . Two-wattmeter method is used to measure the input power to induction motor. The variable resistance is adjusted such the motor runs at 1410 rpm and the following readings were recorded W1 = 1800 W, W2 = 200 W.

MCQ 1.74

The speed of rotation of stator magnetic field with respect to rotor structure will be (A) 90 rpm in the direction of rotation (B) 90 rpm in the opposite direction of rotation (C) 1500 rpm in the direction of rotation (D) 1500 rpm in the opposite direction of rotation Given 3- , 440 V, 50 Hz, 4-Pole slip ring motor Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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Motor is coupled to 220 V N = 1410 rpm, W1 = 1800 W, W2 = 200 W So, 120f Ns = P = 120 # 50 = 1500 rpm 4 Relative speed = 1500 1410 = 90 rpm in the direction of rotation. Hence (A) is correct option.

MCQ 1.75

Neglecting all losses of both the machines, the dc generator power output and the current through resistance (Rex) will respectively be (A) 96 W, 3.10 A (B) 120 W, 3.46 A (C) 1504 W, 12.26 A (D) 1880 W, 13.71 A

SOL 1.75

Neglecting losses of both machines Slip(S ) = Ns N Ns = 1500 1410 = 0.06 1500 total power input to induction motor is Pin = 1800 200 = 1600 W Output power of induction motor Pout = (1 S) Pin = (1 0.06) 1600 = 1504 W Losses are neglected so dc generator input power = output power = 1504 W So, I2 R = 1504 I = 1504 = 12.26 A 10

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capacitor.

MCQ 1.76

The charge stored in the capacitor at t = 5 s , will be (A) 8 nC (B) 10 nC (C) 13 nC (D) 16 nC

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SOL 1.76

# i (t) dt

0

Q =Area OABCDO =Area (OAD)+Area(AEB)+Area(EBCD) = 1#2#4+1#2#3+3#2 2 2 = 4+3+6 = 13 nC Hence (C) is correct option

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The capacitor charged upto 5 ms, as per the current profile given in the figure, is connected across an inductor of 0.6 mH. Then the value of voltage across the capacitor after 1 s will approximately be (A) 18.8 V (B) 23.5 V (C) 23.5 V (D) 30.6 V

SOL 1.77

Initial voltage across capacitor Q V0 = o = 13 nC 0.3 nF C = 43.33 Volt When capacitor is connected across an inductor it will give sinusoidal esponse as vc (t) = Vo cos o t where o = 1 LC 1 = 9 0.3 # 10 # 0.6 # 10 3 = 2.35 # 106 rad/sec at t = 1 sec So, vc (t) = 43.33 cos (2.35 # 106 # 1 # 10 6) = 43.33 # ( 0.70) = 30.44 V Hence (D) is correct option.

o = AX + Bu,Y = CX where The state space equation of a system is described by X X is state vector, u is input, Y is output and 0 1 0 A == , B = = G, C = [1 0] G 0 2 1 The transfer function G(s) of this system will be s (A) (B) s + 1 s (s 2) (s + 2) s 1 (D) (s 2) s (s + 2) State space equation of the system is given by, o = AX + Bu X Y = CX Taking Laplace transform on both sides of the equations. sX (s) = AX (s) + BU (s) (sI A) X (s) = BU (s) X (s) = (sI A) 1 BU (s) ` Y (s) = CX (s) (C)

SOL 1.78

MCQ 1.78

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So T.F =

Y (s) = C (sI A) 1 BU (s) Y (s) = C (sI A) 1 B U (s) s 0 0 1 s 1 => (sI A) = > H > H 0 s 0 2 0 s + 2H

1 >s + 2 1H s (s + 2) 0 s R V 1 W S1 s s (s + 2)W =S S0 1 W S (s + 2) W T X Transfer function V V R R 1 W S 1 W S1 s s (s + 2)W 0 Ss (s + 2)W G (s) = C [sI A] 1 B = 81 0BS S0 1 W>1H = 81 0BS 1 W S (s + 2) W S (s + 2) W X X T T 1 = s (s + 2) (sI A) 1 = Hence (D) is correct option.

MCQ 1.79

A unity feedback is provided to the above system G (s) to make it a closed loop system as shown in figure.

For a unit step input r (t), the steady state error in the input will be (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2

SOL 1.79

(D) 3

Steady state error is given by, sR (s) ess = lim = G s " 0 1 + G (s) H (s) Here R (s) = L [r (t)] = 1 (Unit step input) s 1 G (s) = s (s + 2) H (s) = 1 (Unity feed back) V R sb 1 l W S s W ess = lim S 1 s"0S W + 1 S s (s + 2) W T s (s + 2) X = lim = G s " 0 s (s + 2) + 1 Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

So,

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A general filter circuit is shown in the figure :

MCQ 1.80

If R1 = R2 = RA and R3 = R4 = RB , the circuit acts as a (A) all pass filter (B) band pass filter (C) high pass filter (D) low pass filter

SOL 1.80

By applying node equation at positive and negative input terminals of op-amp. vA vi + vA vo = 0 R1 R2 a R1 = R 2 = R A Similarly, vA vi + vA 0 = 0 R3 R4 Brought to you by: Nodia and Company PUBLISHING FOR GATE 2vA = vi + vo ,

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2vA = vin , So, vo = 0 It will stop low frequency signals. For high frequencies, " 3 , then 1 " 0 C Equivalent circuit is,

a R 3 = R 4 = RB

Output, vo = vi So it will pass high frequency signal. This is a high pass filter. Hence (C) is correct option

MCQ 1.81

The output of the filter in Q.80 is given to the circuit in figure : The gain v/s frequency characteristic of the output (vo) will be

SOL 1.81

In Q.80 cutoff frequency of high pass filter is given by, 1 h = 2RA C Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

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Here given circuit is a low pass filter with cutoff frequency, 1 2 L = = R 2 R AC 2 A C 2 L = 2h When both the circuits are connected together, equivalent circuit is,

MCQ 1.82

A 240 V, dc shunt motor draws 15 A while supplying the rated load at a speed of 80 rad/s. The armature resistance is 0.5 and the field winding resistance is 80 . The net voltage across the armature resistance at the time of plugging will be (A) 6 V (B) 234 V (C) 240 V (D) 474 V Given: V = 240 V , dc shunt motor I = 15 A Rated load at a speed = 80 rad/s Armature Resistance = 0.5 Field winding Resistance = 80 So, E = 240 12 # 0.5 E = 234 Vplugging = V + E = 240 + 234 = 474 V Hence (D) is correct option. The external resistance to be added in the armature circuit to limit the armature current to 125% of its rated value is (A) 31.1 (B) 31.9 (C) 15.1 (D) 15.9 ] Visit us at: www.nodia.co.in

SOL 1.82

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External Resistance to be added in the armature circuit to limit the armature current to 125%. 474 So Ia = 12 # 1.25 = Ra + R external Ra + R external = 31.6 R external = 31.1 Hence (A) is correct option

A synchronous motor is connected to an infinite bus at 1.0 pu voltage and draws 0.6 pu current at unity power factor. Its synchronous reactance is 1.0 pu resistance is negligible.

MCQ 1.84

The excitation voltage ( E ) and load angle () will respectively be (A) 0.8 pu and 36.86c lag (B) 0.8 pu and 36.86c lead (C) 1.17 pu and 30.96c lead (D) 1.17 pu and 30.96c lag

SOL 1.84

A synchronous motor is connected to an infinite bus at 1.0 p.u. voltage and 0.6 p.u. current at unity power factor. Reactance is 1.0 p.u. and resistance is negligible. So, V = 1+0c p.u. Ia = 0.6+0c p.u. Zs = Ra + jXs = 0 + j1 = 1+90c p.u. V = E+ + Ia Zs = 1+0c 0.6+0c # 1+90c E+ = 1.166+ 30.96c p.u. Excitation voltage = 1.17 p.u. Load angle () = 30.96c(lagging) Hence (D) is correct option. Keeping the excitation voltage same, the load on the motor is increased such that the motor current increases by 20%. The operating power factor will become (A) 0.995 lagging (B) 0.995 leading (C) 0.791 lagging (D) 0.848 leading

MCQ 1.85

SOL 1.85

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Answer Sheet

(A) (A) (D) (C) (D) (A) (D) (A) (A) (*) (D) (B) (D) (D) (D) (B) (A) (D)

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

(D) (D) (C) (C) (A) (B) (B) (B) (*) (B) (D) (A) (B) (*) (D) (B) (A) (D)

37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

(C) (B) (C) (C) (D) (D) (B) (B) (B) (*) (B) (C) (A) (*) (B) (C) (B)

55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71.

(B) (A) (*) (*) (C) (B) (C) (B) (C) (A) (A) (C) (C) (C) (D) (A) (A) (C)

73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.

(A) (A) (C) (C) (D) (D) (A) (C) (D) (D) (A) (D) (D)

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