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Code No: RR10204
Set No. 1
I B.Tech Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008NETWORK THEORY( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics &Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics& Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, InformationTechnology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science &Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Electronics & ComputerEngineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80Answer any FIVE QuestionsAll Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) State and explain KCL and KVL(b) Distinguish betweeni. independent and dependent sourcesii. Ideal and practical sources.(c) Find V
s
if r
1
= 2 Ω r
2
= 1 Ω r
3
= 5 Ω the following figure 1c. [2+2+2+2+8]Figure 1c2. (a) Define the following termsi. Magneto motive forceii. Reluctanceiii. magnetic field intensityiv. permeability of a magnetic circuit.(b) An iron ring of mean diameter 20cm and a cross sectional area of 10sqcmis wound uniformly with 1000 turns of wire. If a current of 0.5A is passedthrough the coil, calculate the flux density in the ring assuming permeabilityof iron to be 800.(c) Explain the need for dot convention in coupled coils. With a neat diagramexplain how dots are placed on coils on the same magnetic material. [4+6+6]3. (a) Define RMS value, average value, form factor and peak factor.(b) Find the RMS value of the wave form the following figure3b.1 of 4
 
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Figure 3b(c) Find Z , given
V  
= 50
30
0
Volts
= 30
60
0
Amps the following figure3c.[4+6+6]Figure 3c4. (a) For a series RL circuit obtain the locus of current as inductance is changedform 0 to
when the applied voltage is constant(b) Show that for a series resonant circuit f 
1
2
=
2
r
where f 
1
and f 
2
are half powerfrequencies and f 
r
is the resonance frequency.(c) Obtain the z-parameters of the following figure4c Two port network.[6+4+6]Figure 4c5. (a) Derive the relationship between line and phase quantities in a balanced starconnected system.(b) A 3phase 4-wire CBA system of phase sequence, with effective line voltage of 100v has a star-connected impedances given byZ
A
=3.0
0
0
Z
B
= 4
.
5
56
.
31
0
Z
= 2
.
24
26
.
57
0
Obtain the line currents and current in neutral wire. Draw the phasor diagram.[6+10]6. (a) What is duality? Explain the procedure for obtaining the dual of the givenplanar network shown in the Figure 6a.2 of 4
 
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Figure 6a(b) Construct the incidence matrix for the graph shown in Figure 6b.Figure 6b(c) Use nodal analysis, to determine the voltages V
1
and V
2
in the circuit shownthe Figure 6c. [4+4+8]Figure 6c7. (a) State and explain Millmann’s theorem.(b) Using Millman’s theorem find the Neutral shift voltage Von the followingnetwork shown in gure7b. [6+10]3 of 4

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