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IES2013 EEE Objective Paper 1

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(ACE Engg. Academy
– 
Hyderabad, Vijayawada ,New Delhi, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar & Visakhapatnam)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING(OBJECCTIVE TYPE)PAPER
– 
I
INSTRUCTIONS
1.IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATION, YOUSHOULD CHECK THAT THIS TEST BOOKLET DOES NOT HAVE ANYUNPRINTED OR TORN OR MISSING PAGES OR ITEMS, ETC. IF SO, GET ITREPLACED BY A COMPLETE TEST BOOKLET.2.ENCODE CLEARLY THE TEST BOOKLET SERIES
A, B, C
OR
D
AS THE CASEMAY BE IN THE APPROPRIATE PLACE IN THE ANSWER SHEET.3.You have to enter your Roll Number on the TestBooklet in the Box provided alongside.
 DO NOT 
write
 anything else
on the Test Booklet4.This Test Booklet contains 120 items (questions), 60 in PART
 – 
A and 60 in PART
 – 
B.Each item comprises four responses (answers). You will select the response which youwant to mark on the Answer Sheet. In case you feel that there is more than one correctresponse, mark the response which you consider the best. In any case, choose
ONLY ONE
response for each item.5.You have to mark all your responses
ONLY 
on the separate Answer Sheet provided. Seedirections in the Answer Sheet.6.All items carry equal marks7.Before you proceed to mark in the Answer Sheet the response to various items in the TestBooklet, you have to fill in some particulars in the Answer Sheet as per instructions sentto you with your Admission Certificate.8.After you have completed filling in all your responses on the Answer Sheet and theexamination has concluded, you should hand over to the Invigilator
 only the AnswerSheet
. You are permitted to take away with you the Test Booklet.9.Sheets for rough work are appended in the Test Booklet at the end.
10.Penalty for wrong answers:
THERE WILL BE PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS MARKED BY ACANDIDATE IN THE OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION PAPERS.(i)There are four alternatives for the answer toevery question. For each question forwhich a wrong answer has been given by the candidate,
one-third(0.33
) of the marksassigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.(ii)If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a
wrong answer
evenif one of the given answers happiness to be correct and there will be same penalty asabove to that question.(iii)If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is given by the candidate, there will be
nopenalty
for that question.
DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SO
B
Test Booklet Series
 
::2::
(ACE Engg. Academy
– 
Hyderabad, Vijayawada ,New Delhi, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar & Visakhapatnam)
Directions:
Each of the next Ten(10) itemsconsists of two statements, onelabell
ed as the ‘Statement (I)’ and theother as ‘Statement (II)’. You are to
examine these two statements carefullyand select the answers to these itemsusing the codes given below:
Codes:
(a)Both Statement (I) and Statement(II) are individually true andStatement(II) is the correctexplanation of Statement (I).(b)Both Statement (I) and Statement(II) are individually true butStatement (II) is
NOT
the correctexplanation ofStatement (I).(c)Statement (I) is a true butStatement (I) is false.(d)Statement (I) is false butStatement (II) is true01.
Statement (I):
The Dielectric constantof a substance, under the influence of alternating electric fields is, in general,
a ‘complex’ quantity.
Statement (II):
The ‘imaginary’ part
of the Dielectric constant is a measureof the dielectric loss in the substance.
Ans: (b)
02.
Statement (I):
A large number of metals become super-conductingbelow acertain temperaturewhich ischaracteristic of the particular metal.
Statement (II):
Superconductingcompounds and alloys must havecomponents which are themselvessuper conducting.
Ans: (c)
03.
Statement(I):
Electrostriction occursdue to piezoelectricity which in thereverse effect i.e. the production of polarization on application of mechanical stress if the lattice has nocentre of symmetry.
Statement (II):
When an electric fieldis applied to a substance it becomespolarized, the electrons and nucleiassume new geometric positions andthe mechanical dimensions of thesubstance are altered.
Ans: (b)
04.
Statements (I):
by measuring the Hall-effect voltage, one can determine:(a) The strength of the filed in terms of the current, or(b) The current in terms of the fields
Statement (II):
In the case of a semi-conductor, the mobility of the carrierscan be determined by using (b), solong as only one kindofcarrier ispresent.
Ans: (a)
05.
Statement (I):
In an ac dynamometertype wattmeter the instantaneous valueof developed deflecting torque isproportional to the product of voltageand current in the respective coils atthe corresponding instant, the constantof proportionality being the same as inthe case of dc use.
Statement (II):
The moving system of themeter is prevented by its inertiafrom following the variations inthedeflecting torque which takes placeduring each cycle, andtakes up apositioncorresponding to the averagevalue of the torque.
Ans: (b)
06.
Statement (I):
Electrostatic Wattmeteris not widely used commerciallybecause ofits inability to measurepower of high value.
Statement (II):
It is used mainly forvery small power measurement at highvoltages and low power factors.
Ans: (a)
 
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(ACE Engg. Academy
– 
Hyderabad, Vijayawada ,New Delhi, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar & Visakhapatnam)
07.
Statement (I):
Chopper-stabilizedamplifier amplifies direct currents withlarge gain and excellent dc stability.
Statement (II):
The amplifier is accoupled and provides very highresistance to direct current.
Ans: (c)
08.
Statement (I):
Force and pressure canbe measured by using capacitivetransducer.
Statement (II):
Capacitive transducercan be used to measure both static anddynamic phenomena.
Ans: (c)
09.
Statement (I):
A Watt-hour metermust be calibrated at both full ratedload as well as at 10% of rated load.
Statement (II):
The source of error atfull load is inaccurate damping and atlight loads, the torque is not exactlyproportional to load.
Ans: (a)
10.
Statement (I):
For random error withnormal distribution, Probable error =
0.6745
, where
is the standarddeviation.
Statement (II):
Probable error
isthat error value where there is a 50%chance that any observation has arandom error no greater than

.
Ans: (a)
11.A quantitative relation betweeninduced emf and rate f change of fluxlinkage is known as(a) Maxwell
’s law(b) Stoke’s law
(c)
Lenz’s law(d) Faraday’s law
Ans: (d)
12.Two identical coaxial circular loopscarry the same current circulating inthe same direction. If the loopsapproached each other, then the currentin(a) each one of them will increase(b) both of them will remain the same(c) each one of them will decrease(d) one will increase while in the otherthe current will decrease
Ans: (b)
13.If E =0 at all points on a closedsurface,1.The electric flux through thesurfaceis zero2.The total charge enclosed by thesurface is zero.3.charge resides on the surface(a) 1 and 2 only(b) 1 and 3 only(c) 2 and 3 only(d) 1,2 and 3
Ans: (a)
14.A long straight wire carriesa currentI=10 A, the magnetic field at a distanceof 1.59 m is(a) 0.1 Am
-1
(b) 1 Am
-1
(c) 10Am
-1
(d) 100 Am
-1
Ans: (b)
15.If the magnetic flux through each turnof the coil consisting of 200 turns is(t
2
-3t) milli-Webers, where t is inseconds, then the induced emf in thecoil at t=4 secis(a)-1V(b) 1V(c)-0.1 V(d) 0.1V
Ans: (a)
16.The electrostatic force of repulsionbetween two
-particles of charges4.0
10
-19
C each, and separated by adistance of 10
-10
cmis(Given
0
=8.854
10
-12
Nm
2
 /Coul
2
)(a) 57.6
10
-4
N(b)28.8
10
-4
N(c) 14.4
10
-4
N(d) 3.6
10
-4
N
Ans: (c)

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