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BATCH-III, SEM-II, MONTHLY TEST-I1, 15.04.

2016
ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTAL-II (UNITS5,6&7)
OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS (45X1=45MARKS)
1. A circuit designed to perform selection of particular frequency, from range of frequencies are called as,
1. filter circuit 2.rectifier circuit 3.amplifier circuit 4.invertor circuit

2. An active filter circuit is one which contains,


1. R, L, and C components 2. energy source 3. Operational amplifier 4.ATA

3. An passive filter circuit is one which contains,


1. R, L, and C components 2. energy source 3. Operational amplifier 4.ATA

4.In low frequency applications (up to 100kHz), passive filters are generally constructed using,
1.LC networks 2.RC networks 3.RLC networks 4.NOTA

5. In higher frequency applications (above 100kHz), passive filters are generally constructed using,
1.LC networks 2.RC networks 3.RLC networks 4.NOTA

6. The capacitor C, in power supply circuits is chosen to offer.to the AC ripple frequency.
1. impendence 2.low impedence 3.high impedence 4.NOTA

7. The capacitor C, in power supply circuits is chosen to offer. to the DC component.


1. impendence 2.low impedence 3.high impedence 4.NOTA

8. A low-pass filter is a filter that passes frequencies well, but attenuates (reduces) frequencies.
1.high, low 2.low, high 3.NOTA

9. A high-pass filter is a filter that passes frequencies well, but attenuates (reduces) frequencies.
1.high, low 2.low, high 3.NOTA

10. The frequency components higher than the cutoff frequency will be stopped by a
1.high pass filter 2.band pass filter 3.band stop filter 4.low pass filter

11. In a D.C.Power supply circuits, Filters are used to remove ..


1.a.c.frequency 2.ripples 3.both 1.&2. 4.None

12.An A.C. electrical generator is a machine, which converts ..........................by electromagnetic induction.
1. electrical energy to mechanical energy 2. potential energy to electrical energy
3. kinetic energy to mechanical energy 4. mechanical energy to electrical energy

13.The alternator is connected to the external circuit by


1.Commutator 2.slip rings 3.split rings 4.brush

14. High voltage alternators are usually of the


1. Rotating armature& stationary field 2.Stationary armature & rotating field 3.Rotating armature 4.Rotating field

15. The advantage of having a stationary armature winding in A.C.Generator is that


1.it can generate high voltage 2.it can generate high current
3.it can be directly connected to the load 4.it can be connected through slip rings and brushes

16. In a four pole, single phase alternator the voltages induced in all the windings have
1.different amplitudes 2.different phases 3.same amplitudes 4.same amplitudes and are in phase

17. In a two phase alternator, there are two single phase windings spaced physically so that the AC voltage
induced in one is ..out of phase with the voltage induced in the other.
1.90 2. 180 3. 270 4. 300
18. The three phase alternator has three single phase windings spaced so that the voltage induced in each winding
is .out of phase with the voltages in the other two windings.
1.90 2. 180 3. 270 4. 120

19. In a star connection three phase alternator, the total voltage or line voltage, across any two phases is the
..of the individual phase voltages.
1.sum 2.multiplication 3.vector sum 4.difference

20. In a delta connection three phase alternator, the line currents are equal to the of the phase current
1.sum 2.multiplication 3.vector sum 4.difference

21. An A.C. electrical generator is a machine, which converts mechanical energy to electrical energy by
1.electrical induction 2. magnetic induction 3. mutual induction 4. electromagnetic induction

22. AC motors do not use .. so, sparking is avoided.


1. armature 2. commutator 3. brush 4. brush and commutator

23. The speed of rotation of an AC motor depends upon the . of the electrical source of power.
1. number of poles 2. frequency 3. number of poles and frequency 4. cycle

24. induction motors are used where large amounts of power are required
1. single phase 2.three phase 3. polyphase 4. two phase

25. .. induction motors are used to operate devices such as surface locks, intercooler shutters, and
oil shutoff valves in which the power requirement is low.
1.single phase 2three phase 3. polyphase 4. two phase

26. .. induction motors are used to operate devices such as starters, flaps, landing gears, and
hydraulic pumps where large amounts of power are required
1. single phase 2.three phase 3. polyphase 4. two phase

27. synchronous motors are used to operate flux gate compasses & propeller synchronizer systems.
1. single phase 2.three phase 3. polyphase 4. two phase

28. synchronous motors are common sources of power to operate electric clocks & other small precision equipment .
1. single phase 2.three phase 3. polyphase 4. two phase

29. The three phase AC induction motor is also called a .


1. split phase motor 2. capacitor start motor 3. squirrel cage motor 4. shaded pole motor

30 have low starting torque & find their greatest application in small fan motors where initial torque
required is low.
1. split phase motor 2. capacitor start motor 3. squirrel cage motor 4. shaded pole motor

31. . motors have a starting winding displaced 90 electrical degrees from main or running winding.
1. split phase motor 2. capacitor start motor 3. squirrel cage motor 4. shaded pole motor

32. In split phase motor, centrifugal switch disconnects the starting winding automatically, after the rotor has
attained approximately.. percent of its rated speed.
1. 20 2. 15 3.25 4.30

33 . have a starting torque comparable to their torque at rated speed and can be used in
applications where the initial load is heavy.
1.split phase motor 2. capacitor start motor 3. squirrel cage motor 4. shaded pole motor

34.The direction of rotation of a three phase induction motors can be changed by simply reversing two of the leads
to the motor, except ..
1. split phase motor 2. capacitor start motor 3. squirrel cage motor 4. shaded pole motor
35. If, after starting, one connection to a three phase motor is broken, the motor will
1 .continue to run 2. stop immediately 3. run slowly 4. jam instantly

36. If, after starting, one connection to a three phase motor is broken, the motor will deliver power.
1. no power 2.full power 3..two third of rated 4. one third of rated

37. An alternator may be operated either as an alternator or as


1.induction motor 2.split phase motor 3. synchronous motor 4. squirrel cage motor

38. Stator windings when supplied with three phase currents, produce magnetic flux, which is of constant
magnitude but revolves at synchronous speed
1. NS=120f/p 2. NS=120p/f 3. NS=120f 4. NS=120p

39. The rotating magnetic flux induces an e.m.f. in the rotor by.
1. induction 2. self induction 3. mutual induction 4.NOTA

40. In a.c. motor, rotor does not receive electric power by but by .
1.induction, conduction 2.conduction, induction 3.NOTA

41. In induction motor, rotor slots are not parallel to the shaft but are purposely given a slight ..
1. skew 2.slope 3.rise 4.down

42. In induction motor, there must always be a difference in speed between the rotor and the rotating field and this
difference in speed is called
1. skew 2.sync 3.slip 4.NOTA

43. The is not a self-starting motor


1. Induction Motor 2.Synchronous Motor 3.NOTA

44. has little starting torque, some means must be provided to bring it up to synchronous speed.
1. Induction Motor 2.Synchronous Motor 3.NOTA

45. If the rotor turns at 1,750 rpm and the synchronous speed is 1,800 rpm, the slip is then equal to ..
1.1.78% 2.1.87% 3.2.87% 4.2.78%