Each question carries 1 mark.
Negative marking: 1/4 mark
Total Questions: 06
Time: 06 min.
Q1. For a series RLC circuit, R = 10Ω, inductive reactance X_L = 20 Ω and capacitive reactance X_C = 20 Ω. If the applied voltage is 100 V AC, then current in the circuit is:
Q2. To measure the current in a 1-𝟇 transmission line, the primary winding of current transformer is connected in:
(a) Series with the line carrying current
(b) Parallel with the line carrying current
(c) Parallel to the load
(d) Parallel to the source
Q3. In a 4-pole dc machine, a coil span of 120 electrical degrees is equal to:
(a) 60 mechanical degrees
(b) 120 mechanical degrees
(c) 180 mechanical degrees
(d) 240 mechanical degrees
Q4. The rotor power output of a 3-phase induction motor is 15 kW and the corresponding slip is 4%. The rotor copper losses will be:
(a) 625 W
(b) 525 W
Q5. For induction motors at low values of slip:
(a) The torque slip is approximately a hyperbola
(b) The torque slip is approximately a straight line
(c) The torque slip curve is at its maximum
(d) The torque slip is approximately a parabola
Q6. A generating station supplies the following loads 15000 kW, 8500 kW, 6000 kW and 450 kW. The station has maximum demand of 22000 kW. Calculate the diversity factor.
Sol. according to Question, X_L=X_C = 20 Ω.
So, it is a case of series Resonance.
For RLC circuit at Resonance Z = R = 10 Ω
∴ I = V/R=100/10
= 10 A
Sol. The primary winding of the current transformer is connected in series with the transmission line whose current is to be measured whereas the potential transformer is connected in parallel with the line
Sol. Ө_electrical=P/2 Ө_mechanical
Where, P= Numbers of pole
Sol. p_cu/P_md =S/((1-s))
= 625 watts
Sol. For induction motor –
at low value of slip, S×_2≪R₂
Sol. Diversity factor = (sum of individual max.demand)/(coincident maximum demand of whole system)
Note: If the value of the diversity factor is greater than 1, then it is a good diversity factor, and 1.0 represents a poor diversity factor. A high diversity factor has the effect of reducing the maximum demand.