ASSIGNMENT – 5th E.N.

3rd YEAR
Q1. Write a short note on Brushless D.C. motors. Q2. Explain the Demagnetisizing characteristics of permanent magnet. Q3. Explain PCB motors. Q4. Why Brushless D.C. motors are advantageous over other motors.

Date of Submission 11th May 2011.

ASSIGNMENT – 4th E.N. 3rd YEAR
Q1. Explain the principle of operation of Linear Induction motor. Q2. Draw out the comparison between the Rotary Induction motor & Linear Induction motor. Q3. Give the different types of Linear motors and their applications. Q4. Explain the concept of A.C. commutator motors. Q5. Why do we use Repulsion motors?

ASSIGNMENT – 3rd E.N. 3rd YEAR
Q1. What are the main features of Stepper motors which are responsible for its wide spread use. Q2. Describe the operation of variable Reluctance stepper motor. What is micro stepping? Q3. What are the differences in the behavior of variable Reluctance & Permanent magnet stepper motor? Q4. What are the advantages & disadvantages of Stepper motors? Q5. Explain the torque versus stepping rate characteristics. What is the Slew rate & ramping? Q6. Describe an efficient unipolar drive for stepper motor. Which stepper motor need bi-polar drive. Q7. Describe the principle of operation of SRM. Explain its mode of operation.

ASSIGNMENT – 2nd E.N. 3rd YEAR
Q1. Explain why 1-phase Induction motor is not self starting. Q2. Explain the concept of double revolving theory. Q3. Explain the Cross field theory. Q4. Draw the comparison between double field theory & Cross field theory. Q5. Explain 1-phase resistance split phase motor. Also explain the concept of split phase. Q6. Why do we add auxiliary winding to the resistance split phase motor? Q7. Draw the comparison between the Capacitor start and Capacitor run 1phase Induction motor. Q8. Give the specifications of Capacitor used in Capacitor start and Capacitor run 1-phase Induction motor. Q9. How A.C. Servo motor is different from ordinary 1-phase Induction motor on the basis of X/R ratio.

Q10. Why can’t we use ordinary Induction motor as an A.C. Servo motor? Q11. Explain the starting of A.C. Servo motor along with its application in control system. Q12. Explain the advantages of drag cup type construction in A.C. Servo motor.

ASSIGNMENT – 1st E.N. 3rd YEAR
Q1. Explain the concept of e.m.f. Injection all voltage injection in a slip ring WRIM. Q2. Compare between double cage & deep bar rotor construction. Q3. Explain the concept of slip power recovery & also explain constant torque & constant power concepts. Q4. Explain static Scherbius drive and static Kramer drive.

ASSIGNMENT E.N. 4th YEAR
Q1. Why electric heating is preferred over other forms of heating. Q2. What are various reasons for heating element failure? Q3. What are advantages of Radiant heating? Q4. Write a short note on Electric arc furnace. Q5. Explain coreless & Ajax Wyatt furnace. Q6. Determine the diameter & length of Nichrome wire to be used as heating element in a 10 kW, 220 V, 1-phase resistance furnace. The temperature of wire should not exceed 10000C & the charge is to be at a temperature of 500 0C. Assume radiating efficiency as 0.7 & emissivity of the element as 0.9. The resistivity of Nichrome is 1.016 micro ohm-metres.

Q7. A laminated wooden board 50 cm X 20 cm X 30 cm thick is to be heated from 250C to 1800C in 10 minutes by dielectric using 30 MCPS supply source. Specific heat of wood is 0.35 & density 0.55 gm per cc relative permittivity 5, p.f. 0.06. Determine the voltage across the piece and current during heating, Assume loss of energy by conduction, convection & radiation as 15 %. Q8. Write a short note on the following:(i) Submerged Arc welding Flash butt welding Q9. Explain the Electronic wielding control considering the following:(i) Ignitron contractor Weld timer (ii) Heat control unit (iii) (ii) Carbon Arc welding (iii)