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Concept Test
Subject: GE 6252 / Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Class: CVL 02 & MEC 02
Total Marks: 25
Academic Year: 2013-2014
1. The unit of Resistance is
(A) Ohm.


(D) Henry.

(C) 50 Hz.

(D) 100 Hz.

2. The frequency of DC supply is__________.

(A) Zero.

(B) 16 Hz.

3. Which of the following motors has a high starting torque?

(A) DC Shunt motor.
(B) DC Series motor.
(C) Induction motor.
(D) Synchronous motor.
4. A step-up transformer increases
(A) Voltage.

(B) Current.

(C) Power.

(D) Frequency.

5. Voltage equation of a dc motor is

(A) V = Eb+IaRa.
(C) V = Eb/ IaRa.

(B) Eb= V + IaRa.

(D) V = Eb+ Ia2Ra.

6. The starting winding of a single-phase motor is placed in

(A) Rotor.
(B) Stator.
(C) Armature.
7. A DC series motor is best suited for driving
(A) Lathes.
(C) Shears and punches.

(B) Cranes and hoists.

(D)Machine tools.

8. The ratio of RMS value to the average value is called

(A) Form Factor
(C) Power Factor

(B) Peak Factor

(D) Crest Factor

(D) Field.

9. A point at which two or more elements joined together

(A) Mesh.

(B) Node.

(C) Loop.

(D) Branch.

10. A point at which three or more branches joined together

(A) Mesh.

(B) Node.

(C) Loop.

(D) Branch.

11. A substance which stores energy in the form of electrostatic field is

(A) Resistor

(B) Inductor.

12. Line voltage is equal to the phase voltage in

(A) Star Connection.
(C). Both A & B

(C) Capacitor.

(D) None

(B) Delta Connection.

(D) None of these.

13. A Semiconductor which is extremely pure is called

(A) Intrinsic Semiconductor
(B) Extrinsic Semiconductor
(C). Both A & B
(D) None of these.
14. A device which converts AC to DC
(A) Converter
(C). Rectifier

(B) Inverter
(D) None of these.

15. A device that can amplify electronic signals such as radio and television
(A) Diode
(B) Transistor
16. The most commonly used transistor configuration
(A) CC
(B) CB
(C). CE
(D) Both A & B
17. A circuit that converts AC to DC during both half cycle is
(A) Full wave rectifier
(B) Half wave Rectifier
(C) Both A & B
(D) None of these.
18. A that can add two binary digits and produce a two bit data
(A) Full Adder
(B) Half Adder
(C) Comparator
(D) Flipflop

19. The flip flop that changes its state each time a pulse is reversed is
(A) D-Flip flop
(B) JK-Flip flop
(C) T- Flip flop
(D) SR-Flip flop
20. The flip flop used for storing information is
(A) D-Flip flop
(B) JK-Flip flop
(C) T- Flip flop
(D) SR-Flip flop
21. A device which is capable of shifting binary word to the left or right is
(A) Counter
(B) A/D Converter
(C) Flip flop
(D) Register
22. The information signals converted into electrical signals by using
(A) Sensors
(B) Relay
(C) Amplifier
(D) Transducers
23. A process by which the angle of the carrier signal is varied with amplitude
variation of message signal
(A) Frequency Modulation
(B) Angle Modulation
(C) Phase Modulation
(D) Pulse Modulation
24. A device that converts the speech or music to be transmitted into electrical
(A) Sensors
(B) Relay
(C) Amplifier
(D) Microphone
25. Which communication links are unaffected by dopier frequency shift
(A) Optical Fiber
(B) Satellite
(D) Radio