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# SERIES A

PAPER II

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Number of
Questions

Timing

Subject Code

11:35 Hrs.

120
(121 to 240)

To
13:05 Hrs.

DO NOT OPEN
BEFORE
11:35 AM

136

## 121. A 3-phase delta connected motor is supplied at a line

voltage of 400 V, the voltage across each winding of
the motor will be:
(1) 400 V
(3) 100 V

122.

(2) Inductance
(4) Capacitance
123.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Line voltage is equal to phase voltage

Line voltage is equal to 3 phase voltage
There is no line current
There flows no phase current

## 124. A synchronous motor working on leading power factor

and not driving any mechanical is known as:
(1) Synchronous induction motor
(3) Synchronous condenser

## ,d f=dyk MsYVk vkc) eksVj dks 400 V dh ykbZu oksYVrk vkiwfrZ

dh tkrh gS] eksVj ds R;sd okbZfUMax ds vkj&ikj oksYVrk gksxh%
(1) 400 V
(3) 100 V

(2) 200 V
(4) 300 V

(1) Frequency
(3) Resistance

121.

124.

## (2) Spinning motor

(4) None of these

(2) 200 V
(4) 300 V

## eSDlosy lsrq fdlds ekiu esa ;q gksrk gS%

(1) vko`fk
(2) sj.k
(3) frjks/k
(4) /kkfj=
,d rkjk&rkjk vkc) VkUlQkeZj esa%
(1) ykbZu oksYVrk Qst oksYVrk ds cjkcj gksrk gS
(2) ykbZu oksYVrk 3 Qst oksYVrk ds cjkcj gksrk gS
(3) dksbZ Hkh ykbZu /kkjk ugha gksrh gS
(4) dksbZ Hkh dyk /kkjk dk cgko ugha gksrk gS
,d rqY;dkfyd eksVj tks fd vxz kf xq.kd ij dk;Z dj jgh gS
,oa dksbZ ;kaf=dh ughsa pyk jgh gS] mls tkuk tkrk gS%
(1) rqY;dkfyd sj.k eksVj
(2) fLifuax eksVj
(3) rqY;dkfyd daMsUlj
(4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
,d 6 /kzqo okyh ySi okmUM dc tfu= esa 300 pkyd gSaA fr pkyd
esa sfjr emf 5 oksYV gSA ;g tfu= emf mRi djsxk%
(1) 60 oksYV
(2) 300 oksYV
(3) 250 oksYV
(4) 1800 oksYV

## 125. A 6 pole Lap wound dc generator has 300 conductors.

Emf induced per conductor is 5 volt. This generator
will generate emf of:
(1) 60 volt
(2) 300 volt
(3) 250 volt
(4) 1800 volt

125.

## 126. In a 3-phase induction motor, maximum torque is

obtained at starting if:
(1) Rotor resistance = Rotor reactance
(2) Rotor resistance < Rotor reactance
(3) Rotor resistance >Rotor reactance
(4) Rotor resistance = Stator reactance

126.

## 127. Ferranti effect in a transmission leads to which of the

following conclusion:
(1) Receiving end voltage is less than sending end voltage
(2) Receiving end voltage is equal to sending end voltage
(3) Receiving end voltage is more than sending end voltage
(4) Receiving end voltage is equal to half of sending end voltage

127.

128.

fp= esa

129.

## fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk dFku lR; gS%

(1) A ,oa B vxz vfHkufr esa
(2) A vxz vfHkufr gS ,oa B O;qReh; vfHkufr gS
(3) A ,oa B O;qReh; vfHkufr gSa
(4) A O;qReh; vfHkufr gS ,oa B vxz vfHkufr gS
fp= esa vkiwfrZ oksYVrk V gSA

## Which of the following statement is true:

(1) A and B are forward biased
(2) A is forward biased and B is reverse biased
(3) A and B are reverse biased
(4) A is reverse biased and B is forward biased
129. Supply voltage V in the figure is.

(1) 210V
(3) 50V

(2) 70V
(4) 230V

## ,d f=dyk sj.k eksVj esa kjaHku ij vf/kdre cy vk?kw.kZ kIr gksrk

gS ;fn
(1) jksVj frjks/k = jksVj fr?kkr
(2) jksVj frjks/k < jksVj fr?kkr
(3) jksVj frjks/k > jksVj fr?kkr
(4) jksVj frjks/k = LVsVj fr?kkr
lapj.k esa QsjkUrh Hkko fdl fudkZ dh vksj ys tkrk gS%
(1) xzkgh Nksj oksYVrk sfkr Nksj oksYVrk ls de gS
(2) sfkr Nksj oksYVrk xzkgh Nksj oksYVrk ds cjkcj gS
(3) xzkgh Nksj oksYVrk sfkr Nksj oksYVrk ls vf/kd gS
(4) xzkgh Nksj oksYVrk sfkr Nksj oksYVrk ds vk/ks ds cjkcj gS
A

,oa

(1) 210V
(3) 50V
ECL-136 [A17]

(2) 70V
(4) 230V

## 130. Please refer figure showing oil pot with electrodes

used for testing dielectric strength of transformer oil.
The gap between two electrodes is 4 mm and the pot
is filled with oil.

130.

crZu dks rsy ijh{k.k fdV esa Mkyk tkrk gS ,oa ;g voyksfdr fd;k
tkrk gS fd czsd Mkmu 16 KV ij ?kfVr gksrk gSA rsy dk ijkoS|qr
lkeF;Z gksxk%

## The pot is placed in the oil testing kit and it is

observed that breakdown occurs at 16KV. The
dielectric strength of oil is:
(1) 16KV/cm
(2) 20 KV/cm
(3) 40KV/cm
(4) 50KV/cm
131. Three equal resistances, each of 6 are connected in
star, their corresponding value of each resistance in
delta connection will be:
(1) 2
(3) 18

(1) 16KV/cm
(3) 40KV/cm
131.

132.

## 133. A dc shunt generator, whose generated emf is 220 V is

supplying a load at 210 V. If the resistance of the
armature circuit is 0.5 , the armature current will be:
(1) 220 A
(2) 105 A
(3) 20 A
(4) None of these

133.

## 134. In a balanced 3 supply system, the vector sum of the

three-phase emfs at any instant is equal to:
(1) Phase voltage
(2) Line voltage
(3) Zero
(4) Maximum value

134.

## 135. A three-Phase synchronous motor has been provided

with damper winding. It can be started as a:

135.

136.

## 137. If there are repeated roots of the characteristic

equation on the jaxis, the system would be:
(1) Conditionally stable
(2) Oscillatory
(3) Stable
(4) Unstable

137.

dksbZ ugha
800 W

(2) 640 W
(4) 200 W

,d dc ikoZ iFk tfu= ftldh tfur emf 220 oksYV gS] 210
oksYV ij dh Hkkj vkiwfrZ dj jgh gSA ;fn vkesZpj ifjiFk dk frjks/k
0.5 gS] rks vkesZpj /kkjk gksxh%
(1) 220 A
(3) 20 A

## 136. The iron losses in a 100 kvA transformer are 1 kw and

the full load copper losses are 2 kw, then maximum
efficiency occurs at a load of:
(1) 1002 kvA
(2) 100/2
(3) 50 kvA
(4) None of these

(2) 12
(4) buesa ls

## VkUlQkeZj esa iw.kZ Hkkj ij rkez {kfr ,oa ,dd kf xq.kd

gSA iw.kZ Hkkj ij rkez {kfr ,oa 0.8 ip kf xq.kd gksxk%
(1) 400 W
(3) 800 W

## Single-phase synchronous motor

Three-phase squirrel cage induction motor
Single-phase induction motor
Three-phase alternator

(2) 20 KV/cm
(4) 50KV/cm

,d rhu cjkcj frjks/k R;sd 6 okys rkjs esa vkc) gSaA MsYVk
vkc) esa R;sd frjks/k dk lerqY; eku gksxk%
(1) 2
(3) 18

(2) 12
(4) None of these

## 132. In a transformer copper losses at full-load and unity

power factor are 800 W. The copper losses at full load
and at 0.8 power factor lagging will be:
(1) 400 W
(2) 640 W
(3) 800 W
(4) 200 W

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## fuEufyf[kr lanfHkZr fp= esa VkUlQkeZj rsy dh ijkoS|qr lkeF;Z

ijh{k.k gsrq ;q bysDVkM lfgr rsy dk crZu nkkZ;k x;k gSA nks
bysDVkWM ds e/; vUrjky gS 4 mm ,oa crZu rsy ls Hkjk gqvk gSA

(2) 105 A
(4) buesa ls

dksbZ ugha
vkiwfrZ esa fdlh dky ij f=dyk emf dk lfnk

,d larqfyr 3
;ksx gksrk gS%
(1) dyk oksYVrk ds cjkcj
(2) ykbZu oksYVrk ds cjkcj
(3) kwU; ds cjkcj
(4) vf/kdre eku ds cjkcj
,d f=dyk rqY;dkfyd eksVj esa voeUnu okbZfUMax nku fd;k x;k
gSA ;g kjEHk fd;k tk ldrk gS%
(1) ,dy dyk rqY;dkfyd eksVj
(2) f=dyk fiatjh sj.k eksVj
(3) ,dy dyk sj.k eksVj
(4) f=dyk vYVjusVj
100 kvA VkUlQkeZj esa ykSg gkfu 1 kw gS ,oa iw.kZ Hkkj rkez gkfu
2 kw gS] rks vf/kdre n{krk fdl Hkkj ?kfVr gksxh%
(1) 1002 kvA
(3) 50 kvA

(2) 100/2
(4) buesa ls dksbZ

ugha

## ;fn jv{k ij vfHky{k.k lehdj.k iqujkofrZr ewy gksrs gSa] ,slh

iz.kkyh gksxh%
(1) izfrcaf/kr :i ls fLFkj
(2) nksyu
(3) fLFkj
(4) vfLFkj

ECL-136 [A18]

equation:
1+

138. 1 +

## mi;qZDr vfHky{k.k lehdj.k ls ;qDr QhMcSd iz.kkyh ds fy,

okLrfod v{k ds izfr ewy fcanqiFk ds lh/kh js[kk vuarLifkZ;ksa ds dks.k
fuEu }kjk izkIr gksrs gSa%

K
= 0,
s( s + 1)(s + 2)

## The angles of the straight line asymptotes of the root

locus with the real axis, are given by
(1) 30, 90, 180
(3) 60, 180, 300

(3) 60, 180, 300

(4) 30, 60, 120

## 139. The transfer function of a compensating network is

given as:

139.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

z < p

tc
, the network is called the

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Phaselag network
Phase shifting network

## 140. The expression given below is the impulse response

of a feedback control system c(t)=e0.6t sin 0.8t. The
damping ratio and natural frequency of oscillations
are, respectively, given by:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

141.

(2) 50 sec
(4) 1 msec

of its:

142.

## High input impedance

High noise
High gainbandwidth product
Current controlled behaviour

## 143. In a transistor, leakage current mainly depends on:

(1) Doping of base
(3) Rating of transistor

143.

## (2) Size of emitter

(4) Temperature

izFke Js.kh ds vkStkj esa dkykad 50 lsdaM gksrk gSA bls 0.002Hz ij
,d T;koh; bUiqV lkbdfyax ds v/khu j[kk tkrk gSA vc dky
iprk gksxh%
(1) 500 lsdaM
(2) 50 lsdaM
(3) 44.6 lsdaM
(4) 1m-lsdaM
BJT dh rqyuk esa FET viuh fuEu fokskrk ds dkj.k ykHkdkjh gksrh
gS%
(1) mPp bUiqV izfrck/kk
(2) mPp jo
(3) mPp yfC/k&cSaMfoM~Fk mRikn
(4) /kkjk fu;af=r O;ogkj
,d VkaftLVj esa {kj.k /kkjk eq[;r% fuEu ij fuHkZj djrh gS%
(1) csl dk eanu
(2) mRltZd dk vkdkj
(3) VkaftLVj dh jsfVax
(4) rkieku
fLeV fVxj ds fy, ijh rFkk fupyh fVi oksYVrk,a gSa 3V rFkk 1V
vkSj mPp rFkk fuEu voLFkk,a gSa 15V rFkk 2VA 10V ihd ds
T;koh; bUiqV ds fy, vkmViqV fuEu ds chp gksxk%
(1) 1V rFkk 3V
(2) 2V rFkk 15V
(3) 3V rFkk 15V
(4) 10V rFkk 15V

144.

## 145. The resolution of a 12 bit D/A converter using a binary

ladder with +10V as the full scale output will be:
(1) 5.12mV
(2) 4.32mV
(3) 3.50mV
(4) 2.44mV

145.

## 146. The sag of a transmission line with 50m span is 1m.

What will be the sag if the height of the transmission
line is increased by 20%?

146. 50m

(2) 1.25m
(4) 1m

## z < p ] usVodZ dgykrk gS

dyk&iprk usVodZ
dyk&vxzrk usVodZ
dy iprk&vxzrk usVodZ
dyk&foLFkkiudkjh usVodZ

## uhps nh xbZ vfHkO;fDr QhMcSd fu;a=.k iz.kkyh c(t)=e0.6t sin 0.8t

dh ,d vkosxh vfHkf;k gSA nksyuksa dk eanu vuqikr vkSj izkd`frd
vko`fRr ek% fuEu ls izkIr gksrh gS%

144. For a Schmitt trigger, the upper and lower trip voltages
are 3V and 1V, and high and low states are 15V and 2V.
The output for a sinusoidal input of 10V peak will lie
between:
(1) 1V and 3V
(2) 2V and 15V
(3) 3V and 15V
(4) 10V and 15V

(1) 2m
(3) 1.2m

s+ z
s+p

## 141. A first order instrument has a time constant of 50 sec.

It is subjected to a sinusoidal input cycling at 0.002Hz.
The time lag will now be:
(1) 500 sec
(3) 44.6 sec

140.

(4) 30, 60, 120

Gc (s) =

s+ z
Gc (s) =
s+p

When

K
= 0,
s( s + 1)(s + 2)

## iwjs iSekus dh vkmViqV ds :i esa +10V lfgr ,d f}vk/kkjh ySMj

dk iz;ksx djrs gq, 12 fcV Mh@, ifjorZd dk ek=d gksxk%
(1) 5.12mV
(3) 3.50mV

(2) 4.32mV
(4) 2.44mV

## foLr`fr okyh lapj.k ykbu dk >ksy gS 1mA ;fn lapj.k ykbu

dh apkbZ 20% c<+k nh tkrh gS rks >ksy fdruk gksxk\
(1) 2m
(3) 1.2m

ECL-136 [A19]

(2) 1.25m
(4) 1m

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Amplification of gate signal

Attenuation of gate signal
Isolation of gate signal from power circuit
Fast turn on of thyristor

## 148. The presence of source inductance in line

commutated thyristor converters effectively leads to:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

148.

## Increase in output dc voltage

Reduction in the load current ripples
Increase in the load current ripple
Reduction in output dc voltage

## 149. Which one of the following frequency converter is

most preferred method for speed control of medium
power rating, three-phase, squirrel cage induction
motor:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

147.

149.

## Current source inverter

Voltage source inverter
Parallel inverter
Cycloconverter

## 150. In a three-phase, fully controlled thyristor converter

with continuous dc load current, the number of
thyristors conduct during commutation:
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three

150.

## 151. For a single-phase, AC voltage controller feeding pure

inductive load, the range of firing angle of each
thyristor is:
(1) 0 to 360
(2) 0 to 180
(3) 0 to 90
(4) 90 to 180

151.

## 152. In a single-phase induction motor, the maximum

starting torque is developed:
(2) Capacitor start
(3) Capacitor start and capacitor run
(4) Repulsion start

152.

## 153. In a three-phase variable reluctance type stepper

motor, stator consist 12 poles and rotor has 8 poles.
The step angle will be:

153.

(1) 30
(3) 15

(2) 45
(4) 10

## lrr Mh- lh- yksM /kkjk okys ,d f=koLFkk] iw.kZr% fu;fU=r

FkkbZfjLVj ifjorZd esa fnDifjorZu ds nkSjku buesa ls fdrus FkkbfjLVj
dk;Z djrs gSa%
(1) dksbZ ugha
(2) ,d
(3) nks
(4) rhu
kq) sjf.kd Hkkj QhM djus okys ,d ,dy&koLFkk ,-lh- oksYVrk
fu;U=d ds R;sd FkkbZfjLVj ds Qk;fjax dks.k dh Ja[kyk gS%
(1) 0 ls 360
(2) 0 ls 180
(3) 0 ls 90
(4) 90 ls 180
,d ,dy koLFkk sj.kh eksVj esa vf/kdre vkjfEHkd cy vk?kw.kZ
fodflr fd;k x;k gS%
(1) Nk;knkj iksy fuekZ.k
(2) la/kkfj= vkjEHk
(3) la/kkfj= vkjEHk rFkk la/kkfj= pyuk
(4) frdkZ.k kjEHk
f=&koLFkk okyh ifjorhZ frVEHk dkj dh lksikfur eksVj esa LVsVj
esa 12 iksy gSa rFkk ?kw.kZd esa 8 iksy gSaA rks ix dks.k buesa ls fdrus
fMxzh dk gS%
(1) 30
(3) 15

## 154. A three-phase induction motor has 8 poles and

operates with a slip of 0.05 for a certain load. The speed
of the rotor magnetic field with respect to stator is:
(1) 855 rpm
(3) 900 rpm

FkkbfjLVj ifjiFkksa esa Lian ifj.kkfe= dk ;ksx fdlds fy, fd;k tkrk gS%
(3) kf ifjiFk ls }kj ladsr dk foyxu
(4) FkkbfjLVj dk qr ?kwerk
ykbu fnd~ifjofrZr FkkbfjLVj ifjorZdksa esa lzksr sjdRo dh mifLFkfr
Hkkoh :i ls buesa ls fdlesa vxz gksrh gS%
(1) fuxZe Mh-lh- oksYVrk esa o`f)
(2) yksM /kkjk feZdkvksa esa gkzl
(3) yksM /kkjk feZdk esa o`f)
(4) fuxZe Mh-lh- oksYVrk esa deh
e/;e kf lhekad] f=koLFkk] fiatjh sj.kh eksVj dh xfr fu;U=.k
ds fy, fuEukafdr vko`fk ifjorZdksa esa ls fdl i)fr dks lcls
vf/kd kFkfedrk nh tkrh gS%
(1) /kkjk lzksr rhid
(2) oksYVrk lzksr rhid
(3) lekUrj rhid
(4) lkbDyks ifjorZd

154.

(2) 45 rpm
(4) 0 rpm

,d f=&koLFkk sj.kh eksVj esa vkB iksy gSa rFkk ;g fufpr Hkkj ds
fy, 0.05 ds liZ.k lfgr pkfyr gksrh gSA LVsVj ds lkis{k esa ?kw.kZd
pqEcdh; {ks= dh xfr gS%
(1) 855 rpm
(3) 900 rpm

## 155. A dc shunt motor is running at rated speed with rated

supply voltage. If the supply voltage is reduced to half,
then the speed of the motor becomes:
(1) Half of the rated speed
(2) Double of the rated speed
(3) Slightly less than the rated speed
(4) Slightly more than the rated speed

155.

(2) 45
(4) 10

(2) 45 rpm
(4) 0 rpm

vuqer vkiwfrZ oksYVrk lfgr ,d Mh- lh- ikoZ eksVj vuqer xfr
ij py jgh gSA ;fn vkiwfrZ oksYVrk vk/kh rd de dj nh tkrh gS
rks eksVj dh xfr buesa ls D;k gks tk,xh%
(1) vuqer xfr dh vk/kh
(2) vuqer xfr dh nqxuh
(3) vuqer xfr dh rqyuk esa fdphar de
(4) vuqer xfr dh rqyuk esa fdphar vf/kd

ECL-136 [A20]

cage

156.

## 157. A resistance R is connected in parallel with a parallel

combination of a 20mH inductance and a 50F
capacitance. For what value of R will the circuit be
critically damped:

157.

## 156. Starting torque of a three-phase

induction motor at rated voltage is:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

squirrel

## The rated torque

50% to 100% of the rated torque
4 to 7 times of the rated torque
1 to 3 times of the rated torque

(1) 5
(3) 10

(1) 70 kVA
(3) 68 kVA

(1) 5
(3) 10

(2) 1
(4) 100

## 158. An overexcited synchronous motor is connected

across a 100 kVA inductive load having a 0.8 lagging
power factor. The motor takes 10kW input power while
idling (no load). If the motor is not to carry any load,
the value of kVA rating of the motor, if it is desired to
bring the overall power factor to unity, is:

158.

159.

## 160. Three equal resistors connected in series, across a

source of emf, dissipate 10W of power. What would be
the power dissipated when they are connected in
parallel across the same source:
(1) 10W
(2) 30W
(3) 90W
(4) 270W

160.

## 161. The voltage distribution across the insulating string of

high voltage line is made uniform by:
(1) Increasing the number of discs
(2) Decreasing the number of discs
(3) Using the guard rings
(4) Increasing the size of disc

161.

## 162. For dc shunt motor, speed control by armature

resistance variation is best suited for:

162.

## (1) The outer cage has higher resistance and lower

inductance as compared to inner cage
(2) The outer cage has higher resistance and inductance
as compared to inner cage
(3) The outer cage has lower resistance and inductance
as compared to inner cage
(4) The outer cage has lower resistance and higher
inductance as compared to inner cage.

(2) 3.6
(4) 7.2

lhjht ls tqM+s rhu leku frjks/kd emf lzksr ds ikj 10 okV fo|qr
{k; djrs gSaA fdruh fo|qr {k; gksxh ;fn mUgsa mlh lzksr ds ikj
lekukUrj esa tksM+ fn;k tk,%
(1) 10W
(3) 90W

163.

(4) 50 KVA

## ,d fo|qr dqfdax jsUt dh gkWV IysV dk ghfVax ,yhesUV 240 oksYV

vkiwfrZ ls 12 A ysrk gSA ,d ?kUVk 15 feuV esa ;g fdruh kWh
tkZ [kir djsxk%
(1) 1.2
(3) 6.0

## Constant power drive

Constant torque drive
Variable torque and variable power drive
None of the above

(2) 1
(4) 100

## dksbZ vfrmksftr rqY;dkfyd eksVj 0.8 ipxkeh kf xq.kkad okys

100 KVA ds sjf.kd Hkkj ls lEc) gSA dk;Z ghurk Hkkj jfgr dh
fLFkfr esa eksVj 10kw fuosk kf ysrh gSA ;fn eksVj dks dksbZ Hkkj
ugha ysuk gS vkSj ;fn bls ,dd ;wfuVh dk ldy kf xq.kkad ykus
ds fy, dgk tk, rks eksVj ds KVA vuqerkad dk eku gksxk%
(1) 70 KVA
(3) 68 KVA

(4) 50 kVA

## 159. A heating element of a hot plate, on an electric

cooking range, draws 12A from 240V supply. How
many kWh of energy will be consumed in one hour
and 15 minutes:
(1) 1.2
(2) 3.6
(3) 6.0
(4) 7.2

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## vuqer oksYVrk ij ,d f=&koLFkk fiatjh sj.kh eksVj dk vkjfEHkd

cy vk?kw.kZ gS%
(1) vuqer cyk?kw.kZ
(2) vuqer cyk?kw.kZ 50% ls 100%
(3) vuqer cyk?kw.kZ dk 4 ls 7 xquk
(4) vuqer cyk?kw.kZ dk 1 ls 3 xquk
,d frjks/kd R lekUrj esa 20 mH sjdRo rFkk 50 F /kkfjrk ds
lekUrj la;kstu ls tqM+k gqvk gSA R ds fdl eku ds fy, ifjiFk
kfUrd :i ls voean gksxk%

(2) 30W
(4) 270W

mPp oksYVrk ykbu esa fo|qrjks/kh rkj ds ikj oksYVrk forj.k buesa ls
fdlds }kjk leku :i ls fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) fMLdksa dh la[;k c<+kdj
(2) fMLdksa dh la[;k de djds
(3) j{kd oy;ksa dk ;ksx djds
(4) fMLd dk vkdkj c<+kdj
,d 'kaV eksVj ds fy, vkesZpj frjks/kd fofHkrk }kjk xfr fu;a=.k
buesa ls fdlds lcls vf/kd mi;q gksrk gS%
(1) lrr 'kf ifjpkyu }kjk
(2) lrr cy vk?kw.kZ ifjpkyu }kjk
(3) ifjor cy vk?kw.kZ rFkk ifjor 'kf ifjpkyu }kjk
(4) mi;qZ esa ls dksbZ ugha
,d f}fiatjh sj.k eksVj esa%
(1) Hkhrjh fiatjh dh rqyuk esa ckgjh fiatjh esa vf/kd frjks/kdrk
rFkk de sjdRo gksrk gSA
(2) Hkhrjh fiatjh dh rqyuk esa ckgjh fiatjh esa vf/kd frjks/kdrk
rFkk sjdRo gksrk gSA
(3) Hkhrjh fiatjh dh rqyuk esa ckgjh fiatjh esa de frjks/kdrk rFkk
sjdRo gksrk gSA
(4) Hkhrjh fiatjh dh rqyuk esa ckgjh fiatjh esa de frjks/kdrk rFkk
vf/kd sjdRo gksrk gSA

ECL-136 [A21]

164.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Voltage sensitive device

A current sensitive device
A frequency sensitive device
A gas actuated device

## 165. According to double revolving field theory, a single

phase induction motor can be considered as
equivalent to two hypothetical constituent motors. If
the slip of one of these motors is s, the slip of the
second will be:
(1) s
(3) 2 s

(1) s
(3) 2 s

## (2) 250 KHz and 50%

(4) 250 KHz and 20%
167.

## 168. The best location of DC operating point in an amplifier

for undistorted output is:
(1) Near saturation
(2) Near cut-off region
(3) In the middle of the active region
(4) Any where in the cut off region.

168.

169.

(2) Inductors
(4) Registers.

mode:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

170.

## Only one converter operates at a time

Both operate as rectifier
Both operate as inverter
One converter acts as rectifier and other as inverter

## 171. In a semi-controlled bridge rectifier, the power flow is:

(1) From load to the source
(3) Both directions

## deZ p lfgr ,d 8 Mhz TTL flXuy ,d 5&fcV feZdk

xf.k= dks DykWd djrk gSA vfUre fyi ykWi dh DykWd vko`fk D;k
gksxh rFkk blds fuxZe rjax :i dk deZ p D;k gksxk%
(1) 500 KHz vkSj 20%
(2) 250 KHz vkSj 50%
(3) 500 KHz vkSj 50%
(4) 250 KHz vkSj 20%
,d taD'ku VkfUtLVj esa laxzkgd {ks= dk Mksfiax Lrj gS%
(1) mRltZd {ks= ls vf/kd
(2) vk/kkj {ks= ls de
(3) vk/kkj {ks= ls de fdUrq mRltZd {ks= ls vf/kd
(4) vk/kkj vkSj mRltZu {ks= dh Mksfiax ls Lora=

166. 20%

## 167. In a junction transistor, the doping level of collector

region is:
(1) Higher than emitter region
(2) Lower than base region
(3) Is higher than base region but lower than emitter region
(4) Independent of the doping of base and emitter regions

## (1) Flip flops

(3) Capacitors

(2) 2s
(4) 1 s

(2) 2s
(4) 1 s

166. An 8-Mhz TTL signal with 20% duty cycle clocks a 5-bit
ripple counter. What is the clock frequency of the last
flip flop and the duty cycle of its output waveform?:
(1) 500 KHz and 20%
(3) 500 KHz and 50%

165.

## cqdgksYt fjys gS%

(1) ,d oksYVrk laosnh lk/ku
(2) ,d djUV laosnh lk/ku
(3) ,d vko`fk laosnh lk/ku
(4) ,d xSl lapkfyr lk/ku
nqgjs ?kw.k {ks= fl)kUr ds vuqlkj ,d ,dy dyk sj.k eksVj dks nks
ifjdkfYir ?kVd eksVjksa ds lerqY; ekuk tk ldrk gSA ;fn bu eksVjksa
esa ls ,d dh fLyi s gS rks nwljh eksVj dh fLyi gksxh%

171.

(4) Not possible

## 172. The meter that is suitable for only direct current

measurement is:
(1) Moving iron type
(2) Permanent magnet type
(3) Electro-dynamic type
(4) Hot-wire type

172.

## 173. Two complete signal cycles would be displayed on the

screen of a scope when time period of the sweep
generator is :
(1) Half
(2) Twice
(3) Equal
(4) None of the above

173.

## vfor fuxZe ds fy, ,d o/kZd esa D.C. pkyu IokbV dh

loZJs"B txg gS%
(1) lar`fIr ds fudV
(2) dV&vkWQ {ks= ds fudV
(3) lf; {ks= ds e/; esa
(4) dV&vkWQ {ks= esa dgha Hkh
,d xfrd Le`fr vius MkVk buesa ls fdlesa HkaMkj.k djrh gSA
(1) fyi&ykWi
(2) sjd
(3) la/kkfj=
(4) jftLVj
ifjlapkjh /kkjk eksM ds vUrxZr py jgs ,d f}&ifjorZd esa%
(1) ,d le; esa dsoy ,d ifjorZd gh dk;Z djrk gS
(2) nksuksa fn"Vdkjh ds :i esa dk;Z djrs gSa
(3) nksuksa rhid ds :i esa dk;Z djrs gSa
(4) ,d ifjorZd fn"Vdkjh rFkk nwljk rhid ds :i esa dk;Z djrk
gS
,d v)Zfu;fU=r lsrq fn"Vdkjh esa 'kf okg gksrk gS%
(1) Hkkj ls lzksr dh vksj
(2) lzksr ls Hkkj dh vksj
(3) nksuksa fn'kkvksa esa
(4) lEHko ugha gS
lh/ks djUV ekius ds fy, ,d ek= mi;q ehVj gS%
(1) py ykSg dkj
(2) LFkkbZ pqEcd dkj
(3) bysDVks xR;kRed dkj
(4) rIr ok;j dkj
fdlh Ldksi ds insZ ij nks iw.kZ ladsr p nf'kZr fd, tk,xsa tcfd
Lohi tsujsVj dh le;kof/k gS%
(1) vk/kh
(2) nqxuh
(3) cjkcj
(4) mi;qZ esa ls dksbZ ugha

ECL-136 [A22]

## 174. The Fourier Series of an even periodic function contains:

(1) Sine terms only
(2) Cosine terms only
(3) Both sine and cosine terms
(4) Alternate sine and cosine terms

174.

## 175. A ramp voltage, v(t) = 100.t, is applied to an R-C series

circuit with R = 5 k and C = 4 F. The current
through the circuit as t is:

175.

(1) 200 mA
(3) 4 mA

(2) 20 mA
(4) 0.4 mA

(1) 200 mA
(3) 4 mA

given below is:

(1) 6/5
(3) 12/7

176.

177.

## 178. A compiler produces which of the following output:

(1) An executable file
(2) An object file
(3) A com file
(4) A source file

178.

## 179. In frequency modulation the:

(1) Carrier amplitude varies according to signal amplitude
(2) Carrier amplitude varies according to signal frequency
(3) Carrier frequency varies according to signal amplitude
(4) Carrier frequency varies according to signal frequency

179.

## 180. Which one of the following is not a common

application of a Wien bridge?

180.

## Frequency determining network in an oscillator

Measurement of inductance
Harmonic distortion analyzer
Measurement of frequency

## 181. Two sinusoidal signals of frequencies f1 and f2 are

applied to the horizontal and vertical inputs
respectively of a cathode ray oscilloscope. The display
is as shown below. The ratio f1/f2 is:

(1) 2/5
(3) 1/5

(2) 5/2
(4) 5

(1) 6/5
(3) 12/7

(2) 3/2
(4) 2

## 177. The main difference between the drift and diffusion

mechanisms of current flow in a transistor is that:
(1) The drift current flows due to forward bias while
diffusion current is due to reverse bias
(2) The drift current flows due to reverse bias while
diffusion current is due to forward bias
(3) The drift current depends on concentration gradient
while diffusion current depends on electric field
(4) The drift current depends on electric field while
diffusion current depends on concentration gradient

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## ,d le fu;rdkfyd Qyu dh Qwfj, Js.kh esa gksrs gSa%

(1) dsoy lkbu VeZ
(2) dsoy dkslkbu VeZ
(3) lkbu vkSj dkslkbu VeZ nksuksa
(4) ckjh&ckjh ls lkbu vkSj dkslkbu VeZ
,d jsEi oksYVrk] v(t) = 100.t ,d R-C Js.kh lfdZV ij
R = 5 k vkSj C = 4 F ds lkFk esa yxkbZ tkrh gS rks
t ds :i esa lfdZV ds ek/;e ls djUV gksxk%

181.

(2) 20 mA
(4) 0.4 mA
xx*

(2) 3/2
(4) 2

## fdlh VkfUtLVj esa djUV okg dh viokg vkSj folj.k ;kfU=dh ds

chp eq[k vUrj ;g gS fd%
(1) viokg djUV vxz vfHkufr ds dkj.k okfgr gksrk gS tcfd
folj.k djUV foijhr vfHkufr ds dkj.k
(2) viokg djUV foijhr vfHkufr ds dkj.k tcfd folj.k djUV
vxz vfHkufr ds dkj.k okfgr gksrk gS
(3) viokg djUV ladsU.k o.krk ij fuHkZj djrk gS tcfd folj.k
djUV fo|qr {ks= ij fuHkZj djrk gSA
(4) viokg djUV fo|qr {ks= ij fuHkZj djrk gS tcfd folj.k
djUV ladsU.k o.krk ij fuHkZj djrk gS
dksbZ dEikbyj fuEufyf[kr vkmViqV esa ls fdls mRikfnr djrk gS%
(1) fu"ik| Qkby
(2) vfHky{; Qkby
(3) dkWe Qkby
(4) lzksr Qkby
vko`fk ekMqyu esa%
(1) ladsr vk;ke ,sfEIyV~;wM ds vuqlkj okgd dSfjvj vk;ke
cnyrk gS
(2) ladsr vko`fk ds vuqlkj okgd dSfjvj vk;ke cnyrk gS
(3) ladsr vk;ke ds vuqlkj okgd vko`fk cnyrh gS
(4) ladsr vko`fk ds vuqlkj okgd vko`fk cnyrh gS
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu ,d ohu fczt dk lkekU; vuq;ksx ugha gS\
(1) fdlh nksfy= esa vko`fk fu/kkZjd usVodZ
(2) sjdRo dk ekiu
(3) lauknh fo:i.k fo'ys"kd
(4) vko`fk dk ekiu
,d dSFkksM fdj.k nksyun'k esa {kSfrt ,oa /okZ/kj buiqVksa ds fy,
e'k% f1 vkSj f2 vko`fk;ksa ds nks T;koh; ladsr ;q fd, tkrs gSaA
uhps fp= esa n'kZuh fn[kkbZ xbZ gSA f1/f2 dk vuqikr crkb,\

(1) 2/5
(3) 1/5
ECL-136 [A23]

(2) 5/2
(4) 5

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Increase in output dc voltage

Reduction in the load current ripples
Increase in the load current ripple
Reduction in output dc voltage
183.

## 183. The pulse width modulation technique is used in:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

182.

Cycloconverter
Line commutated inverter
ac voltage controller
Voltage source inverter

## 184. In medium power rating voltage source inverter, the

best device to be used is:
(1) Thyristor
(2) Triac
(3) IGBT
(4) MOSFET

184.

## 185. In a 3-phase phase ac system, any unbalanced load

can be converted to:

185.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(3) Energy meter

186.

(2) Wattmeter
(4) Voltmeter
187.

## 187. The negative feedback in a control system offers:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(2) Triac
(3) IGBT
(4) MOSFET

Balanced load using resistors and capacitors
Balanced load using inductors and capacitors

## ykbu fnd~ ifjofrZr FkkbfjLVj ifjorZdksa esa Mh-lh- fyad sjdRo dh

mifLFkfr Hkkfor djrh gS%
(1) fuxZe Mh-lh- oksYVrk esa o`f)
(2) Hkkj /kkjk feZdkvksa esa deh
(3) Hkkj /kkjk feZdk esa o`f)
(4) fuxZe Mh-lh- oksYVrk esa deh
Lian foLrkj ekMqyu rduhd buesa ls fdlesa ;ksx dh tkrh gS%
(1) lkbDyks ifjorZd
(2) ykbu fnd~ifjofrZr rhid
(3) ,-lh- oksYVrk fu;U=d
(4) oksYVrk lzksr rhid
,d e/;e kf fu/kkZfjr oksYVrk lzksr rhid esa ;ksx dh tkus okyh
loZJsB ;qf gS%
(1) FkkbfjLVj

## Always stable system

Always unstable system
Oscillatory system
Conditionally stable system

rhu Qst okys ,-lh- flLVe esa dksbZ Hkh vlUrqfyr Hkkj buesa ls
fdlesa ifjofrZr fd;k tk ldrk gS%
(1) sjdksa dk ;ksx djrs gq, larqfyr Hkkj
(2) la/kkfj=ksa dk ;ksx djrs gq, larqfyr Hkkj
(3) frjks/kdksa rFkk la/kkfj=ksa dk ;ksx djrs gq, larqfyr Hkkj
(4) sjdksa rFkk la/kkfj=ksa dk ;ksx djrs gq, larqfyr Hkkj
foliZ.k f;k buesa ls fdlesa ns[kh tkrh gS%
(1) ,sehVj ehVj
(2) okVehVj
(3) tkZ ehVj
(4) oksYVehVj
fdlh fu;U=.k rU= esa _.kkRed iqufuZosk nku djrk gS%
(1) lnSo fLFkj rU=
(2) lnSo vfLFkj rU=
(3) nksyu rU=
(4) frcfU/kr LFkk;h rU=
,dy Qst ,-lh flLVe dh rqyuk esa 3&Qst ,-lh- flLVe dks
kFkfedrk feyus dk dkj.k buesa ls D;k gS%
(1) pkydksa dh vf/kd la[;k
(2) lgt fu;U=.k
(3) mPp n{krk
(4) vo;oksa dh de la[;k
HkwlEidZu VkUlQkeZj dk ;ksx fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) VkUlQkeZjksa esa gkeksZfud ls cpus ds fy,
(2) tgk ij rhu Qst flLVe ds U;wVy IokbV vfHkxE; u gksa ogka
ij f=e U;wVy fLopu miyC/k djkus ds fy,
(3) U;wVy dh /kkjk {kerk esa lq/kkj ykus ds fy,
(4) nksk dh fLFkfr esa U;wVy /kkjk dks Hkwfe rd c<+kus ds fy,

## 188. 3-phase AC system is preferred compared to singlephase AC system because of:

(1) High number of conductors
(2) Easy control
(3) High efficiency
(4) Smaller number of components

188.

## 189. The earthing transformer is used:

(1) To avoid the harmonics in the transformers
(2) To provide artificial neutral earthing where the neutral
points of the 3phase system are not accessible
(3) To improve the current capacity of neutral
(4) To increase the neutral current to ground in case of
fault

189.

## 190. In EHV sub-stations isolation switches are used in

series with the circuit breakers:
(1) To ensure fast isolation during faults
(2) To reduce the probability of circuit breaker not
opening
(3) To provide visible physical isolation of an open circuit
(4) To open quickly to interrupt a fault and present
arching in the circuit breaker

190. EHV

## lcLVskuksa esa fo;kstu fLopksa dk ;ksx ifjiFk fo;kstdksa ds lkFk

Js.kh c) :i esa fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) nksk ds nkSjku Rofjr fo;kstu lqfufpr djus ds fy,
(2) ifjiFk fo;kstd ds u [kqyus dh lEHkkouk dks de djus ds fy,
(3) fdlh [kqys ifjiFk esa kfrd :i ls n`; fo;kstu miyC/k
djkus ds fy,
(4) nksk jksdus ds fy, rqjUr [kksyus rFkk ifjiFk fo;kstd esa MkViqr
Hkkx miyC/k djkus ds fy,

ECL-136 [A24]

nk;d dk vkdkj eq[kr% buesa ls fdlds }kjk fu/kkZfjr fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) /kkjk tks mls ogu djuh gS
(2) nk;d esa oksYVrk dh frkr fofHkUurk
(3) nk;d ds ikj oksYVrk
(4) nwjh ftlds ij lapkj.k fd;k x;k gS
EHV lapj.k ykbuksa esa caMy pkydksa dks kFkfedrk nh tkrh gS
D;ksafd%
(1) irys pkydksa dks cukuk rFkk ,d caMy pkyd cukus ds fy,
mUgsa tksM+uk vklku gksrk gS
(2) ykbu dk ldy sjdRo de gks tkrk gS rFkk dksjksuk {kfr
U;wure gksrh gS
(3) VkWoj dh pkbZ de gks tkrh gS rFkk bl dkj.k lapkj.k ykbus
lLrh gksrh gSa
(4) tc caMy pkydksa dk ;ksx fd;k tkrk gS rks lapkj.k ykbu esa
dksbZ >ksy ugha jgrk gS
fdlh 3&Qst VkUlQkeZj dh vf/kdre n{krk ml Hkkj.k ij gksrh gS
ftl ij%
(1) dksbZ ykSg {kfr rFkk rkez {kfr ugha gksrh gS
(2) rkez {kfr dh 3 xquk ykSg {kfr gksrh gS
(3) tc kFkfed vkSj ek/;fed vUrLFkksa ij oksYVrk dk ewY;kadu
fd;k tkrk gS rFkk /kkjk,a ek/;fed rFkk kFkfed lkbMksa esa 3:1
ds lekuqikr esa gksrh gS
(4) tc ykSg {kfr rkez {kfr ds cjkcj gksrh gS
VkUlQkeZjksa ds fy, Hksnpkfyr j{k.k esa gkeksZfud fujks/k fuEukafdr esa
ls fdlds dkj.k gksus okys dqpkyu dks jksdus ds fy, miyC/k djk;k
tkrk gS%
(1) pqEcdu vUr%/kkjk
(2) xSj&lqesfyr CT /kkjk vlUrqyu
(3) vpqEcdu vfHkokg
(4) lEc) VTs }kjk [kksts x, nkskks ds nkSjku oksYVrk vlUrqyu

## 191. The size of a feeder is determined primarily by:

(1) The current it is to carry
(2) The percentage variation of voltage in the feeder
(3) The voltage across the feeder
(4) The distance over which the transmission is made

191.

## 192. The bundle conductors are preferred in EHV

transmission lines because:
(1) It is easy to fabricate thin conductors and combine
them to make a bundle conductor
(2) Overall inductance of the line is reduced and corona
loss are minimum
(3) Height of the tower is reduced and hence cheap
transmission lines
(4) There is no sag in the transmission line when bundle
conductors are used

192.

## 193. The maximum efficiency of a 3phase transformer will

(1) There are no iron losses and copper losses
(2) Iron losses are 3 times the copper losses
(3) When the voltage on primary and secondary terminals
is rated value and the currents are in proportion of 3:1
in secondary and primary sides
(4) When the iron losses are equal to the copper losses

193.

## 194. Harmonic restraint in differential protection for

transformers is provided to prevent mal-operation
caused due to:
(1) Magnetizing in-rush current
(2) Unmatched CT current imbalance
(3) Demagnetizing flux
(4) Voltage imbalance during faults as detected by
V Ts connected

194.

195. The rotor slots are usually given a slight skew in the
squirrel cage induction motor:
(1) To increase the tensile strength of the rotor bars at
high speed
(2) To reduce the locking tendency of the rotor and
reduce hum
(3) To prevent rotating in the reverse direction
(4) To save copper used and is easier and economical to
fabricate

195.

fiatjh sj.k eksVj esa ?kw.kZd LykVksa dks lkekU;r% gYdk Vs<+k fd;k tkrk
gS%
(1) mPp xfr ij ?kw.khZ NM+ksa dh ruu lkeZF; c<+kus ds fy,
(2) ?kw.kZd dh ykWfdax o`fk dks de djus rFkk xqatu dks de djus
ds fy,
(3) foijhr fnkk esa ?kw.kZu dks jksdus ds fy,
(4) ;q rkez dks cpkus ds fy, rFkk bls cukuk vklku vkSj de
[kphZyk gS

## 196. The iron loss of a transformer connected to a variable

(2) equal to 1/ 2 times the copper losses
(3) Constant throughout and independent of the load
3 /2 times the full load loss
(4)

196.

## f}rh;d ij pj Hkkj ls la;ksftr VkUlQkeZj dh ykSg {kfr%

(1) Hkkj ds lkFk ifjorhZ gS
(2) rkez {kfr ds 1/ 2 xqus ds cjkcj gS
(3) lnSo fLFkj gS rFkk Hkkj ls LorU= gS
(4) iw.kZ Hkkj {kfr dk 3 /2 xquk gS

## 197. Two resistances R1 and R2 have a combined

resistance of 4.5 ohms when in series and 1 ohm when
in parallel. The resistances R1 and R2 are:
(1) 3 and 6 ohms
(2) 3 and 9 ohms
(3) 1.5 and 3 ohms
(4) 1.5 and 0.5 ohms

197.

## nks frjks/kd R1 rFkk R2 4.5 vkse dk la;q frjks/k j[krs gSa tc

Ja[kyk esa gksrs gSa rFkk 1 vkse dk la;q frjks/k j[krs gSa tc
lekukUrj gksrs gSaA frjks/kd R1 rFkk R2 gSa%
(1) 3 rFkk 6 vkse
(2) 3 rFkk 9 vkse
(3) 1.5 rFkk 3 vkse
(4) 1.5 rFkk 0.5 vkse

ECL-136 [A25]

198.

198. Thyristor is a:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Current operated device

Voltage operated device
Power operated device
All the above

## 199. The inverse time characteristics,

characteristics shown below is:

(1) 1
(3) 3

out

of

the

199.

(2) 2
(4) 4

(1) 1
(3) 3

## 200. Protection scheme of a motor feeder consists of an

inverse time relay with following characteristics:
Plug Setting Multiplier
2
5 10
Time in seconds
10 4.3
3
If the CT ratio is 200/1, adopted plug setting is 0.8 Amp
and Time Multiplier setting is 0.2, then for a fault current
of 1600 Amps, the operating time of relay will be:
(1) 4.3 sec
(2) 3.0 sec
(3) 0.6 sec
(4) 0.3 sec

200.

## 201. When the generator stator neutral is earthed through a

distribution transformer, the earth fault protection is
operative through:
(1) An under-voltage relay connected across the
secondary of the transformer
(2) An over-voltage relay connected across the secondary
of the transformer
(3) An over-current relay connected in the transformer
secondary
(4) Distance relay set to protect 90% phase winding of the
generator

201.

## 202. The short-circuit secondary current of the transformer

with 4% reactance during normal operations would be:
(1) 25 times the rated current
(2) 40 times the rated current
(3) 400 times the rated current
(4) 250 times the rated current

202.

## 203. If the charging reactance of a line of 100 km length is

750 , then what will be the charging reactance for 50
km length of the line?

203.

(1) 1500
(3) 3000

In phase
45 degrees out of phase
90 degrees out of phase
180 degrees out of phase

204.

(2) 2
(4) 4

## fdlh eksVj QhMj dh j{k.k ;kstuk fuEukafdr vfHky{kf.kdrkvksa lfgr

foykse le; fjys j[krh gS%
Iyx lsfVax eYVhIyk;j
2
5 10
lsds.M~l esa le;
10 4.3
3
;fn CT vuqikr 200/1 gS yh xbZ Iyx lSfVax 0.8 ,fEi;j gS rFkk
eYVhIyk;j lSfVax le; 0.2 gS rks 1600 ,fEi;j dh nksk /kkjk ds
fy, fjys dk pkyu gksxk%
(1) 4.3 lsds.M
(2) 3.0 lsds.M
(3) 0.6 lsds.M
(4) 0.3 lsds.M
tc forj.k VkUlQkeZj ds ek/;e ls tfu= LVsVj U;wVy dks
HkwlEifdZr fd;k tkrk gS rks HkwlEidZu nksk j{k.k buesa ls fdlds }kjk
pkfyr gksxk%
(1) VkUlQkeZj ds f}rh;d ds ikj ,d vo&oksYVrk fjys la;ksftr gS
(2) VkUlQkeZj ds f}rh;d ds ikj ,d vfr&oksYVrk fjys la;ksftr gS
(3) VkUlQkeZj ds f}rh;d esa ,d vfr oksYVrk fjys la;ksftr gS
(4) tfu= dh 90% Qst dqaMyh ds j{k.k ds fy, nwj fjys lsV

## lkekU; pkyu ds nkSjku 4% fr?kkr lfgr VkUlQkeZj dh y?kqiFk

f}rh;d /kkjk gksxh%
(1) fu/kkZfjr /kkjk dk 25 xquk
(2) fu/kkZfjr /kkjk dk 40 xquk
(3) fu/kkZfjr /kkjk dk 400 xquk
(4) fu/kkZfjr /kkjk dk 250 xquk
;fn 100 km yEch ykbu dk vkosku fr?kkr 750 gS rks 50
fdyksehVj yEch ykbu ds fy, vkosku fr?kkr D;k gksxk%
(1) 1500
(3) 3000

(2) 750
(4) 375

## 204. At resonance in a parallel RLC circuit, the source

current and the inductor current are:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

FkkbZfjLVj gS%
(1) /kkjk pkfyr ;qf
(2) oksYVrk pkfyr ;qf
(3) kf pkfyr ;qf
(4) mi;qZ lHkh
uhps nkkZ;h xbZ vfHky{kf.kdrkvksa esa ls foykse le; vfHky{kf.kdrk,a
gSa%

(2) 750
(4) 375

lekukUrj RLC ifjiFk esa vuqukn ij lzksr /kkjk vkSj sjd /kkjk
dgk ij gS\
(1) Qst esa
(2) Qst ds ckgj 45 fMxzh
(3) Qst ds ckgj 90 fMxzh
(4) Qst ds ckgj 180 fMxzh

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205.

## (1) 10% increase in excitation voltage results in 50%

increase in magnetising current
(2) 50% increase in excitation voltage results in 10%
increase in magnetising current
(3) 10% decrease in excitation voltage results in 25%
increase in magnetising current
(4) 50% increase in excitation voltage results in no
change in magnetising current

5

## (1) 36x10 erg

(3) 36x105 C.H.U.

206.

## (1) 36x105 erg

(3) 36x105 C.H.U.

(4) 36x105 joule

material:
(1) Aluminum
(2) Tin
(4) Carbon

207.

## 208. Which of the following material is NOT a semiconductor?

(1) Silica
(2) Germanium
(3) Selenium
(4) GalliumArsenide

208.

below is:
(1) 0.25
(2) 0.50
(3) 0.75
(4) 1.0

209.

## 210. The resonance frequency for the network shown

below is:

210.

(1)
(3)

1
4

(2)
(4)

fdlh /kkjk VkUlQkeZj ds tkuq fcUnq dks buesa ls fdl dkj ifjHkkfkr
fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) mkstu oksYVrk esa 10% o`f) dk ifj.kke pqEcdu /kkjk esa 50%
o`f) gksrh gS
(2) mkstu oksYVrk esa 50% o`f) dk ifj.kke pqEcdu /kkjk esa 10%
o`f) gksrh gS
(3) mkstu oksYVrk esa 10% gkzl dk ifj.kke pqEcdu /kkjk esa 25%
o`f) gksrh gS
(4) mkstu oksYVrk esa 50% o`f) ds ifj.kke Lo:i pqEcdu /kkjk esa
dksbZ ifjorZu ugha gksrk
,d fdyksokV fr?kUVk dh fo|qr tkZ buesa ls fdlds cjkcj gS%

## fuEukafdr esa ls fdl inkFkZ dk ;ksx ;wt inkFkZ ds :i esa ugha

fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) vY;qfefu;e
(2) fVu
(3) lhlk
(4) dkcZu
,d xR;kRed Le`fr vkdM+ksa dk HkaMkj.k fdlesa djrh gS%
(1) myV iyV
(2) bUMDVlZ
(3) /kkfjrk
(4) frjks/kd
uhps nf'kZr usVodZ ds fy, Mkbfoax IokbV frck/kk gksxh%
(1) 0.25
(3) 0.75

(3)

## 211. Neutral Displacement voltage occurs in:

(2) Unbalanced star connected loads with neutral grounded
(3) Balanced star connected loads with neutral grounded.
(4) Unbalanced star connected loads with ungrounded neutral

211.

## 212. Which of the following is INCORRECT about semi

conductors:
(1) The donor energy level lies close to the bottom of
conduction band in ntype semiconductor.
(2) The holes in the valance band have negative effective
mass.
(3) The energy levels inside a band are quasicontinuous
and equally spaced
(4) The density of states at energy E near the bottom
conduction band (Ec) can be regarded to vary as

212.

(2) 0.50
(4) 1.0

(1)

1
2
4

## (2) 36x106 B.T.U.

(4) 36x105 twy

1
4

(2)
(4)

1
2
4

fuHkkou foLFkkiu oksYVrk fuEu esa ls fdlesa ikbZ tkrh ?kfVr gksrh gS\
(1) vlarqfyr f=dks.k MsYVk ;ksftr Hkkj yksM esa
(2) U;wVy HkwlaifdZr ls vlarqfyr rkjk la;ksftr Hkkj
(3) U;wVy HkwlaifdZr ls larqfyr rkjk la;ksftr Hkkj
(4) vHkwlaifdZr U;wVy ls vlarqfyr rkjk la;ksftr Hkkj
v/kZpkydksa ds laca/k esa dkSu&lk dFku xyr gS\
(1) ,u Js.kh ds v/kZpkydksa esa pkyu cSaM ds v/kLFky ds fudV nkrk
tkZ ry gksrk gS
(2) la;kstdrk cSaM ds fNksa esa _.kkRed Hkkoh O;eku gksrk gS
(3) cSaM ds vUrxZr tkZ ry larrdYi DoklhdkfUVuqvl ,oa
leku vUrjkodk'kh gS
(4) v/kLFky pkyu cSaM EC ds fudV tkZ E ij voLFkk ds
?kuRo density of states dks (E Ec )1/ 2 ds :i esa ifjor
dgk tk ldrk gS

(E Ec )1/ 2
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is:
(1) Voltmeter
(3) Wattmeter

213.

(2) Ammeter
(4) Energy meter

## 214. For increasing the range of voltmeter, one should connect a:

(1) High value resistance in series with voltmeter
(2) Low value resistance in series with voltmeter
(3) High value resistance in parallel with voltmeter
(4) Low value resistance in parallel with voltmeter

214.

## 215. For testing the earth fault of an electric iron, the

reading of the megger is infinity. This indicates:

215.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Short circuit of the heating element.

Short circuit of the supply terminal.
Loose terminal connections.
Open circuit of the heating element.

## 216. Electrostatic instruments

measurement of:
(1) ac and dc voltages
(2) ac voltage and current
(3) dc voltage and current
(4) ac and dc currents

are

suitable

for

the

## 217. Schering bridge is used to measure:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

216.

fLFkj oS|qr bysDVksLVSfVd ;a= fdlds ekiu ds fy, mi;q gksrs gSa\
(1) ac vkSj dc oksYVrk
(2) ac oksYVrk vkSj /kkjk
(3) dc oksYVrk vkSj /kkjk
(4) ac vkSj dc /kkjk

217.

'kksfjax lsrq Schering fdls ekius ds fy, ;ksx fd;k tkrk gS\
(1) ijkoS|qr gkfu
(2) sjdRo
(3) fuEu frjks/k
(4) vU;ksU; mutual sjdRo
fdlh VcksZ vkYVjusVj R;kofrZr dh vkesZpj yisV okbfUMx] LykVksa
[kkpksa esa lkekU;r% xgjkbZ esa O;ofLFkr dh tkrh gSaA ;g fdl
dkj.k fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) yisV dk {kj.k fr?kkr c<+kus ds fy,
(2) yisV dh ;kaf=d lkeF;Z c<+kus ds fy,
(3) visf{kr fo|qr Lrj jks/ku nsus ds fy,
(4) yisV dk 'khryu lq/kkjus ds fy,
fdlh rkjk lEcfU/kr U;wVy Hkw&laifdZr] rqY;dkfyd eksVj esa rhljk
vkSj ikpok gkeksZfud ?kVd ykbu&ykbu oksYVrk esa vuqifLFkr gSaA bUgsa
fdl dks.k ij vkesZpj dqaMyh ds y?kq varjk;u }kjk kIr fd;k tk
ldrk gS\

Dielectric loss
The inductance
Low resistance
Mutual inductance

## 218. The armature winding of a turbo alternator is normally

placed deeper in slots. This is done to:

218.

## Increase the leakage reactance of the winding

Increase the mechanical strength of the winding
Provide the required insulation level
Improve the cooling of the winding

## 219. In a star connected, neutral grounded, synchronous

generator 3rd and 5th harmonic components are absent
in line to line voltage. This is achieved by short
pitching the armature coils by an angle of:
(1) 60
(3) 30

219.

(2) 36
(4) 48

(1) 60
(3) 30

## 220. During hunting of a synchronous motor:

(1) Negative sequence currents are generated.
(2) Harmonics are developed in the armature circuit.
(3) Damper bars develop torque
(4) Field excitation increases.

220.

## 221. Armature shunting method of speed control of dc

shunt motor is preferred over armature resistance
method due to:

221.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Better speed regulation

Less loss in external resistance
Simplicity in control circuit
Reduced cost of controller

## fo{ksid cy vk?kw.kZ mRiUu djus ds fy, ;q rkih; Hkko dks D;k

dgrs gSa%
(1) oksYVekih
(2) ,sehVj
(3) okVekih
(4) tkZekih
oksYVekih dk ifjlj c<+kus ds fy, gesa D;k la;ksftr djuk pkfg,\
(1) oksYVekih ls Jsf.k;ksa esa mPp eku frjks/k
(2) oksYVekih ls Jsf.k;ksa esa fuEu eku frjks/k
(3) oksYVekih ls lekukUrj esa mPp eku frjks/k
(4) oksYVekih ls lekukUrj esa fuEu eku frjks/k
,d fctyh ds sl ds HkwlaidZu nks"k dh tkp ds fy, esxj dh jhfMax
vuUr gksrh gSaA ;g n'kkZrh gS%
(1) rkiu vo;o dk y?kq ifjiFk
(2) iwfrZ VfeZuy dk y?kq ifjiFk
(3) f'kfFky VfeZuy la;kstu
(4) rkiu vo;o dk foo`r ifjiFk

(2) 36
(4) 48

## rqY;dkfyd eksVj ds pky nksyu hunting ds nkSjku%

(1) _.kkRed e /kkjk,a tfur gksrh gSa
(2) vkesZpj ifjiFk esa gkeksZfud fodflr gksrs gSa
(3) voeand naM cy&vk?kw.kZ fodflr djrs gSa
(4) {ks= mkstu c<+rk gS
dc 'kaV eksVj ds pky fu;a=.k dh vkesp
Z j 'kaVdkjh i)fr dks fdl
dkj.k ls vkespZ j frjks/k i)fr ij rjt+hg nh tkrh gS%
(1) csgrj pky fu;a=.k
(2) ckgjh frjks/k esa de gkfu
(3) fu;a=.k ifjiFk esa ljyrk
(4) fu;a=d dh U;wuhr ykxr

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## 222. A DC shunt motor is running at 1200 rpm, when

excited with 220V dc. Neglecting the losses and
saturation, the speed of the motor when connected to
a 175 V supply is:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

70 rpm
900 rpm
1050 rpm
1200 rpm
223.

## More than full load copper losses

Equal to full load copper losses
Less than full load copper losses
Negligible compared to full load copper losses.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

225.

## Counterpoises are used

Grounding rods are used
Grounding mats are used
Peterson coil is used

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

224.

## Improve heat dissipation

Reduce corona loss
Reduce skin effect
Reduce the line inductance

## 225. For the grounding of an entire substation:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

226.

No majority carrier
No minority carrier
No free charges
Equal number of negative and positive charges.

## 227. A circuit requires a capacitor of 100f, 25V. The

capacitor can be:
(1) Paper capacitor
(2) Electrolytic capacitor
(3) Ceramic capacitor
(4) Any type of capacitor

227.

228.

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Control the output

Provide impedance matching
Provide DC isolation between amplifier and load
Increase the bandwidth

## 229. If the delay introduced by one inverter gate is sec

then the time period of the output V0 of the following
circuit would be:

(1) 3
(3) Zero

tc

## ij ,d dc 'kaV eksVj dks mksftr fd;k tkrk gS og

pyrh gSA gkfu;ksa vkSj lar`fIr;ksa dh vuns[kh djrs
gq, tc eksVj dks 175 V nk; ij la;ksftr fd;k tkrk gS rc eksVj
dh pky fdruh rpm gksxh\
220 V dc
1200 rpm ij

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

222.

229.

70 rpm
900 rpm
1050 rpm
1200 rpm

## forj.k ifj.kkfe= esa fdruh ksM gkfu gksrh gS\

(1) iw.kZ Hkkj rkez gkfu;ksa ls vf/kd
(2) iw.kZ Hkkj rkez gkfu;ksa ds cjkcj
(3) iw.kZ Hkkj rkez gkfu;ksa ls de
(4) iw.kZ Hkkj rkez gkfu;ksa dh rqyuk esa ux.;
lapkj.k ykbuksa esa [kks[kys pkyd D;ksa ;ksx fd, tkrs gSa\
(1) "ek folj.k fodh.kZu dks lq/kkjus ds fy,
(2) dksjksuk gkfu dks de djus ds fy,
(3) Rokfpd Hkko dks de djus ds fy,
(4) ykbu sjdRo dks de djus ds fy,
laiw.kZ lc&LVs'ku ds Hkw&laidZu ds fy,%
(1) frrksy ;ksx fd, tkrs gSa
(2) Hkw&laidZu NM+ ;ksx fd, tkrs gSa
(3) Hkw&laidZu eSV ;ksx fd, tkrs gSa
(4) ihVjlu dqaMyh ;ksx dh tkrh gS
v/kZpkyd fo|qrh; :i ls U;wVy gksrs gSa D;ksafd blesa%
(1) cgqla[;d okgd ugha gksrs gSa
(2) vYila[;d okgd ugha gksrs gSa
(3) eq vkos'kh ugha gS
(4) cjkcj la[;k esa _.kkRed vkSj /kukRed vkos'kh gSa
fdlh ifjiFk dks 100f, 25V ds la/kkfj= dh vko';drk gksrh gSA
la/kkfj= fdl dkj dk gks ldrk gS%
(1) dkxt la/kkfj=
(2) fo|qr vi?kVuh la/kkfj=
(3) fljsfed la/kkfj=
(4) fdlh Hkh dkj dk la/kkfj=
fdlh o/kZd esa la/kkfj=ksa ds ;qXeu dk ms';%
(1) vkmViqV fuxZe ij fu;a=.k djuk
(2) frck/kk lqesyu nku djuk gS
(3) o/kZd vkSj yksM ds chp dc fo;kstu nku djuk gS
(4) cSaM&foLrkj c<+kuk gS
;fn fdlh rhid xsV }kjk ofrZr foyEc sec gS rc fuEufyf[kr
ifjiFk dh vkmViqV V0 dkykof/k fdruh gksxh%
(1) 3
(3) 'kwU;

(2) 6
(4) 2

## vuqns'k esa ;q irkfHkxeu eksM dkSu&lk gS\

R;{k irkfHkxeu eksM
vR;{k irkfHkxeu eksM
vUrfuZfgr irkfHkxeu eksM
jftLVj irkfHkxeu eksM

230. STAX B
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

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(2) 6
(4) 2

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(1)
(2)
(3)

## Gate voltage is reduced to zero

Gate current is reduced below holding current
Anode current is reduced below latching current
Anode current is reduced below holding current

## 232. A chopper is connected in parallel with a fixed

resistance to control the speed of slip ring induction
motor. The motor speed increases as:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## The chopper duty cycle decreases

The chopper duty cycle increases
The chopper frequency increases
The chopper frequency decreases

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## No net pole at origin

Net pole at origin
Simple pole at the origin
Two poles at the origin.

## 234. Sinusoidal oscillators are:

(1) Stable
(3) Marginally stable

(2) Unstable
(4) Conditionally stable

## 235. A series inductor is normally added in a thyrister

circuit for achieving protection against:
(1) High current
(3) High di/dt

(4) High dv/dt

## 236. V/f is maintained constant in the following case of

speed control of induction motor:
(1) Below base speed with voltage control
(2) Below base speed with frequency control
(3) Above base speed with frequency control
(4) None of the above
237. The resultant flux density in the air gap of a
synchronous generator is the lowest during:
(1) Open circuit

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Has a D.C. winding on the rotor

Rotor is made out of hard magnetic material
Has squirrel-cage winding on the rotor
Is not-self starting

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Zero input resistance and zero output resistance

Infinite input resistance and zero output resistance
Zero input resistance and infinite output resistance
Infinite input resistance and infinite output resistance

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

## Single phase to ground fault only

Double phase to ground fault only
Phase faults involving two and more phases
Three phase fault only

## dks dc can dj fn;k tkrk gS\

tc xsV }kj oksYVrk dks de dj 'kwU; fd;k tkrk gS
tc xsV /kkjk dks ?kVkdj /kkj.k /kkjk ls de fd;k tkrk gS
tc ,suksM /kkjk dks ?kVkdj flVduh latching /kkjk ls de
fd;k tkrk gS
(4) tc ,suksM /kkjk dks ?kVkdj /kkj.k /kkjk ls de fd;k tkrk gS
232. li oy; sj.k eksVj dh pky dks fu;af=r djus ds fy, fu;r
frjks/k lfgr ladr dks ik'oZ esa la;ksftr fd;k tkrk gS] crkb, fd
eksVj LihM fdl :i esa c<+rh gS\
(1) ladr dk deZ&p ?kVrk gS
(2) ladr dk deZ&p c<+rk gS
(3) ladr dh vko`fk c<+rh gS
(4) ladr dh vko`fk ?kVrh gS
233. Vkbi&2 ra= esa%
(1) ewy ij dksbZ usV iksy ugha gksrk gS
(2) ewy ij usV iksy gksrk gS
(3) ewy ij lk/kkj.k iksy gksrk gS
(4) ewy ij nks iksy gksrs gSa
234. T;koh; nksfy=%
(1) LFkk;h gksrs gSa
(2) vLFkk;h gksrs gSa
(3) vikfUrd vLFkk;h
(4) frcfU/kr LFkk;h
235. buesa ls fdlls lqj{kk kIr djus ds fy, ,d Js.kh sjd esa lkekU;r%
,d FkkbfjLVj ifjiFk tksM+k tkrk gS%
(1) mPp /kkjk
(2) mPp oksYVrk
(3) mPp di/dt
(4) mPp dv/dt
236. sj.k eksVj dh xfr fu;a=.k dh fuEukafdr esa ls fdl fLFkfr esa V/f
dks vpj j[kk tkrk gS%
(1) vk/kkj xfr ls de oksYVrk fu;a=.k lfgr
(2) vk/kkj xfr ls de vko`fk fu;a=.k lfgr
(3) vk/kkj xfr ls vf/kd vko`fk fu;a=.k lfgr
(4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
237. rqY;dkfyd tsujsVj ds ok;q vUrjky esa ifj.kkeh yDl ?kuRo buesa
ls dc U;wure gksrk gS%
(1) eq ifjiFk
(2) Bksl y?kqiFk
(3) iw.kZ Hkkj
(4) v)ZHkkj
238. fgLVsfjfll eksVj esa%
(1) ?kw.kZd ij Mh-lh- yisV gksrh gS
(2) ?kw.kZd dBksj pqEcdh; lkexzh ls curk gS%
(3) ?kw.kZd ij fLDojy&dst yisV gksrh gS
(4) Lo&kjEHk ugha gksrk
239. ,d vknkZ o/kZd Amplifier esa buesa ls D;k gksrk gS%
(1) kwU; fuosk frjks/k rFkk kwU; fuxZe frjks/k
(2) vifjfer fuosk frjks/k rFkk kwU; fuxZe frjks/k
(3) kwU; fuosk frjks/k rFkk vifjfer fuxZe frjks/k
(4) vifjfer fuosk frjks/k rFkk vifjfer fuxZe frjks/k
240. Qst fjyst dk ;ksx lqj{kk nku djus ds fy, fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) dsoy flaxy Qst ls xzkmaM Qst ds fo:)
(2) dsoy Mcy Qst ls xzkmaM Qst ds fo:)
(3) Qst QkYVl ds fo:) tgk nks vFkok vf/kd Qst gSa
(4) dsoy 3 Qst QkYV ds fo:)
231. SCR

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