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# Set No - 1

## Subject Code: R13209/R13

I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

ENGINEERING DRAWING
(Common to CE, PCE, IT, Chem E, Aero E, Auto E, Min E, Pet E, Metal E)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(a)

(b)

2.(a)
(b)
3.(a)

(b)

## Fig.1 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)

A cube of edges 40mm side is hung by a string attached to one of its corners. Draw its
projections when two of its edges containing the corner from which it is hung are equally
inclined to VP.
[12+10]
PART-B
Draw a vernier scale of RF=2:1 to show centimeters and millimeters and long enough to
measure up to 7cm. Measure a distance of 4.25cm on the scale.
Draw an Octagon given the length of side 25mm
[8+8]
A point A is situated in the first quadrant. Its shortest distance from the intersection point
of HP; VP and auxiliary plane is 60mm and it is equidistant from the principle planes.
Draw the projections of the point and determine its distance from the principle planes.
A line MN 50mm long is parallel to VP and inclined at 300 to HP. The end M is 20mm
above HP and 10mm in front of VP. Draw the projections of the line.
[8+8]
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Set No - 1

## Subject Code: R13209/R13

/R13
4.

5.

6.

7.

A line AB is 75mm long. A is 50mm in front of VP and 15mm above HP. B is 15mm in
front of VP and is above HP. Top view of AB is 50mm long. Find the front view length
and the true inclinations.

A regular
ular hexagonal lamina of 26mm side has a central hole of 30mm diameter. Draw the
front and top views when the surface of the lamina is inclined at 450 to HP. A side of
lamina is inclined at 350 to VP.

An equilateral triangle of 60 mm side represents the front view of a cone standing on its
base. It is tilted until its axis makes 300 with HP and top view of the axis is parallel to VP
in this position. Draw the projections of cone.

Draw (i) Front View (ii)
ii) Side View (iii) Top View as shown in fig.2


Fig.2
ig.2 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)
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Set No - 2
Subject Code: R13209/R13
/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

ENGINEERING DRAWING
(Common to CE, PCE, IT, Chem E, Aero E, Auto E, Min E, Pet E, Metal E)
E

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Ques
Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(a)

(b)

2.(a)
(b)

## Draw (i) Front View (ii)

ii) Top View (iii) Side View as shown in fig.1

Fig.1
ig.1 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)
A circular plate of negligible thickness and 50mm diameter appears as an ellipse in the
front view, having its major axis 50mm long and minor axis 30mm long. Draw its top
view when the major axis of the ellipse is horizontal.
[12+10]
PART-B
Construct a diagonal scale to read up to 1/100th of a meter given RF=1/50 and to measure
up to 7m. Indicate a distance of 5.45m.
Construct a regular polygon of any number of sides, given the length of its sides equal to
25mm.
[8+8]
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3.(a)

(b)

4.

5.

6.

7.

## Draw the orthographic projections of the following points:

(i) A, 20mm above HP and 30mm behind VP
(ii) B, 25mm below HP and 25mm in front of VP
(iii) C, 25mm below HP and 30mm behind VP
(iv) D, 30mm below HP and in VP
The top view of a 75mm long line measures 55mm. The line is in the VP; its one end
being 25mm above the HP. Draw its projections.
[8+8]
0
The top view of a line is 65mm long and is inclined at 30 to the reference line. One end
is 20mm above HP and 10mm in front of VP. The other end is 60mm above HP and in
front of VP. Draw the projections and find the true length of the line and its true
inclinations to HP and VP.

A rhombus has its diagonals 80mm and 40mm long. The smaller diagonal is parallel to
both HP and VP. The longer diagonal is inclined at 350 to HP. Draw the projections.

A pentagonal pyramid of base edge 25mm and altitude 60mm rests on one side of base on
HP such that the highest base corner is 20mm above HP. Its axis is parallel to VP. Draw
its projections.

Draw the isometric view as shown in fig.2

## Fig.2 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)


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Set No - 3
Subject Code: R13209/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

ENGINEERING DRAWING
(Common to CE, PCE, IT, Chem E, Aero E, Auto E, Min E, Pet E, Metal E)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(a)

(b)

2.(a)

(b)
3.(a)
(b)

## Fig.1(Note: all dimensions are in mm)

A thin circular metal plate of 54mm diameter has a square hole of 27mm side, cut
centrally through it. Draw the projections when the plate is resting on HP with its surface
inclined at 300 to HP and an edge of the square hole perpendicular to VP.
[12+10]
PART-B
The foci of an ellipse are 90mm apart and the minor axis is 72mm long. Determine the
length of the major axis. Construct the ellipse. Draw a tangent to the ellipse from any
point outside the ellipse.
Construct a regular hexagon of side 28mm when one side is horizontal.
[8+8]
A line MN 50mm long is parallel to VP and inclined at 300 to HP. The end M is 20mm
above HP and 10mm in front of VP. Draw the projections of the line.
A point P is 20mm below HP and lies in the third quadrant. Its shortest distance from xy
is 40mm. Draw its projections.
[8+8]

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Set No - 3

## Subject Code: R13209/R13

/R13
4.

5.

6.

7.

The distance between the projections of two points A and B is 70mm. A is 10mm above
HP and 15mm in front of VP. B is 50mm above HP and 40mm in front of VP. Find the
shortest distance between A and B by rotating line method. Find true inclinations of AB
with VP and HP.

Draw the projections of a pentagonal sheet of 26mm side, having its surface inclined at
300 to VP. Its one side is parallel to VP and inclined at 450 to HP.

A cylinder of diameter of base 50mm and height 60mm is suspended freely from a point
on its circular rim. The projection of the axis on H
HP
P is parallel to the XY line. Draw the
projections of the cylinder.

Draw (i) Front View (ii)) Side View from the right (iii) Top View as shown in fig.2


Fig.2
ig.2 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)
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Set No - 4
Subject Code: R13209/R13
/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

ENGINEERING DRAWING
(Common to CE, PCE, IT, Chem E, Aero E, Auto E, Min E, Pet E, Metal E)
E

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(a)

(b)

2.

3.(a)

## Draw (i) Front View (ii)

ii) Top View (iii)
iii) Side View, as shown in fig.1

Fig.1
ig.1 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)
A regular hexagon of 40mm side has a corner in the HP. Its surface is inclined at 450 to
the HP and the top view of a diagonal through the corner which is in the HP makes an
angle of 600 with the VP. Draw the projectio
projections.
[12+10]
PART-B
The major axis of an ellipse is 150mm long and the minor axis is 100mm long. Find the
foci and draw the ellipse by arcs of circles method. Draw a tangent to the ellipse at a
point on it 25mm above the major axis.

Draw the orthographic projections of the following points:
(i) Point Q is 25mm above HP and 35mm behind VP
(ii) Point P is 30mm above HP and 40mm iin front of VP
(iii)
iii) Point R is32mm below HP and 45mm behind VP
(iv)
iv) Point S is 35mm below HP and 42mm in front of VP
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Set No - 4

## Subject Code: R13209/R13

3.(b)

4.

5.

6.

7.

A line AB 50mm long is perpendicular to VP and parallel to HP. Its end A is 20mm in
front of VP and the line is 40mm above HP. Draw the projections of the line.
[8+8]
The projections of a line measure 80mm in the top view and 70mm in the front view. The
midpoint of the line is 45mm in front of VP and 35mm above HP. One end is 10mm in
front of VP and nearer to it. Draw the projections. Find true length and true inclinations
with reference planes.

A thin rectangular lamina EFGH of 60mm length and 36mm width is inclined at an angle
of 450 to VP. Its longer edge is making an angle of 300 with VP. Draw the projections.

A tetrahedron of 40 mm side rests with one of its edges on HP and perpendicular to VP.
The triangular face containing that edge is inclined at 300 to HP. Draw its projections.

Draw the isometric view as shown in fig.2

## Fig.2 (Note: all dimensions are in mm)



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Set No - 1
Subject Code: R13211/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

NETWORK ANALYSIS
(Common to ECE, EIE, E Com.E Branches)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

2.(a)
(b)

Define electric charge and electric current and write the relationship between these two.
A series R-L circuit have R=20 ohms and L=0.3 H. What is the value of admittance,
conductance and susceptance? Assume frequency as 50 Hz.
Give the reasons why series resonance circuit is known as voltage resonance circuit and
parallel resonance circuit is known as current resonance circuit.
State Thevenins theorem and what are its limitations.
Give symmetry and reciprocity condition of z-parameters and inverse transmission
parameters.
What is time constant? Give the formula of time constant for R-L and R-C circuits.
[3+4+4+4+4+3]
PART-B
Show that the equivalent capacitance of N parallel-connected capacitors is the sum of the
individual capacitance.
Find the average and effective values of saw-tooth wave form shown in Figure 2b?
V
55 V

3.(a)

(b)
4.(a)

(b)

4
6
Figure 2b

[7+9]
Find the impedance and voltage across resistor and inductor, if a resistor of 1k and an
inductor of 110 mH are connected in series to a source of 11 V, 10 kHz? Also find the
power factor and power dissipated in the circuit.
Prove that the average power consumed by a pure inductor is zero.
[9+7]
An inductive coil having a resistance of 20 ohm and inductance of 0.02H is connected in
series with 0.02 F capacitor. Calculate (i) quality factor of the coil (ii) Resonant
frequency and (iii) the half-power frequencies.
The self Inductance of one of the mutually coupled coils is 300mH and the mutual
inductance between them is 100mH. Determine: (i) Self inductance of the other coil and
(ii) turns ratio. Assume a co-efficient of coupling equal to 0.7.
[8+8]

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## Subject Code: R13211/R13

5.

Find the Thevenins and Nortons equivalent circuits for the network shown in Figure 3.
10 ia
2
a
+ +
ia
50V

5A

-b
Figure 3

6.(a)
(b)
(c)

7.(a)
(b)


Why h-parameters are called as hybrid parameters?
Obtain the condition for a given network to be reciprocal as well as symmetrical network
in terms of h-parameters?
Obtain the z-parameters of the network shown in Figure 6.

[3+6+7]
Derive an expression for the current in an RL circuit excited by a unit step voltage.
A series RLC circuit with R=10 ohms, L=0.1 henries and C=20 microfarads has a
constant voltage of 100 V applied at time t=0. Determine the transient current i(t) using
Laplace transform techniques. Assume zero initial conditions.
[8+8]
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Set No - 2
Subject Code: R13211/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

NETWORK ANALYSIS
(Common to ECE, EIE, E Com.E Branches)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

## What are the properties of incidence matrix.

Define active power, reactive power, apparent power, power factor and give their
expressions.
Define self-inductance, mutual inductance and co-efficient of coupling.
State superposition theorem and what are its limitations.
Give symmetry and reciprocity condition of z, y and transmission parameters.
In the circuit of Figure 1(f), switch S1 has been closed for a long time while switch S2 has
been open for a long time. At t=0, switch opens S1 and switch S2 closes. What is the value
of voltage Vc(t) for all t>0.
S1
50 k
50 k
t=0

+
10 V
-

Vc(t)

S2
t=0
Figure 1(f)

+
-

20 F

[3+4+3+4+4+4]

PART-B
2.(a)
(b)

## Explain in detail about the tie set schedule with an example?

For the circuit shown in Figure 2(b), (i) use nodal analysis to find the power supplied by
the 3A source (ii) transform the voltage source into current source and use nodal analysis
to find the power supplied by the new ideal current source.
2
36 V

3A

Figure 2(b)
3.(a)

(b)

[8+8]
Three impedances Z1=(5+j5), Z2=(-j8) and Z3=4 are connected in series to an
unknown voltage source V. Find I and V if the voltage drops across Z3 is
63.218.45 0 V .
A 200 V, 50 Hz, inductive circuit takes a current of 10A, lagging 30 degree. Find:
(i) the resistance (ii) reactance
(iii) inductance of the coil
[8+8]
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4.(a)
(b)

5.(a)
(b)

## Explain the dot rules in magnetically coupled circuits.

A series RLC circuit has R = 17 ohms, L = 38mH, C = 45F. Calculate the resonant
frequency and under resonance condition. Calculate current, power and voltage drops
across various elements, if the applied voltage is 60V?
[6+10]
State and explain substitution theorem
Find R in the Figure 5 so that maximum power is transferred to the resistance R.

[8+8]
6.(a)
(b)

## Derive the relationship between admittance and hybrid parameters.

Obtain the transmission parameters of the network shown in figure 6.
2
I1 2
I2
+
V1

+
1

(b)

V2
-

Figure 6

7.(a)

[8+8]
For R - L - C series circuit with R = 10, L = 0.2 H, C = 50 F, determine the current i(t)
when the switch is closed at t = 0. Applied voltage is V(t) = 100 cos(1000 t + 600).
Derive the expression for voltage across C of a parallel R-C circuit when excited by a
sinusoidal current source at t=0.
[8+8]
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Set No - 3
Subject Code: R13211/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

NETWORK ANALYSIS
(Common to ECE, EIE, E Com.E Branches)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Define planar graph and non-planar graph and write the difference between them.
Express impedance of R-L, R-C, R-L-C series circuits in rectangular and polar forms at a
constant frequency.
Write the dot rules for mutually coupled circuit.
State maximum power theorem and what are its limitations.
Give symmetry and reciprocity condition of h-parameters and transmission parameters.
In the circuit of Figure 1(f), switch S1 has been closed for a long time while switch S2 has
been open for a long time. At t=0, switch opens S1 and switch S2 closes. What is the value
of current IL(t) for all t=+.
S1

S2

2A

IL(t)

t=0

t=0

0.1H

Figure 1(f)
[3+4+4+3+4+4]
PART-B
2.(a)
(b)
(c)

## Write a note on phasor representation of sinusoidal waves.

Explain the duality with an example.
For the circuit shown in Figure 2(c), use nodal analysis to find the power supplied by 7A
source (i) if R=4 ohms (ii) if R is infinite
1A
5
2

7A

1
3A
Figure 2(c)
3.(a)

(b)

[4+4+8]
A RLC series circuit consists of resistance 75 , inductance 125 mH and capacitance of
200 F. The circuit is excited by a sinusoidal voltage of 115V, 50Hz, single phase source.
Determine the current, voltage across each element, power consumed in each element.
Draw the phasor diagram.
Prove that the average power consumed by a pure capacitor is zero.
[9+7]
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## Subject Code: R13211/R13

4.(a)
(b)
5.(a)
(b)

Explain in detail about the concept of resonance in series RLC circuit. Derive the
expression for resonant frequency?
Derive the expression for coefficient of coupling between the two coupled coils?
[9+7]
State Superposition Theorem. Using superposition theorem find v0 in Figure 5.
State and explain reciprocity theorem.
.
5 i
5 k
+
20 k v0

i
7 mA

Figure 5
6.(a)

(b)
7.(a)
(b)

[9+7]
The following test observations were recorded on a two-port network in a laboratory:
Port 1-11 on open circuit
Port 2-21 on short circuit
V1 = 25mV
V1 = 15mV
I1 = 15A
V2 = 40mV
I2 = 10A
I2 = - 5A
Determine the hybrid parameters of the network from the test data. Compute the opencircuit impedance parameters and verify the result.
Derive Z parameters as a function of ABCD parameters.
[8+8]
Explain how the initial conditions are evaluated for the transient networks?
A series R-C circuit shown in Figure 7b, with R = 105 , C = 2.5F has a sinusoidal
voltage as source V = 250 sin (500t). Find the current assuming that there is no initial
charge on the capacitor? Assume switch S is closed at t=0.
105
+

## 250 sin 500t

2.5F
Figure 7b
[7+9]
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Set No - 4
Subject Code: R13211/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

NETWORK ANALYSIS
(Common to ECE, EIE, E Com.E Branches)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

## Define electric energy and electric potential.

Draw the impedance and admittance triangles of R-L and R-L-C series circuits.
What are the differences between series and parallel resonance?
State reciprocity, compensation and substitution theorem.
Give the symmetry and reciprocity condition of y-parameters and inverse hybrid
parameters.
For the circuit of Figure 1(f), it is known that Vc(0)=V0=25 V. To what value should the
resistor R be adjusted so that the initial rate of change would be -200 V/s?
R
Vc(t)

+
-

10 F

Figure 1(f)
[3+4+3+4+4+4]
PART-B
2.(a)
(b)

Find the average value, RMS value and form factor of a sinusoidal wave.
Find the current I in the figure 2(b).
4A
1

I
1

3V

1
2V
+ -

+ -

Figure 2(b)
3.(a)

(b)

[8+8]
An RL series circuit of R = 4.7 k and L = 1 H is connected across a voltage source of
150 V, 50 Hz. Determine impedance, power factor, current flowing in the circuit? What
is the power dissipated in the circuit.
A Capacitor of capacitance 79.5F is connected in series with a non inductive resistance
of 30 across a 100V, 50Hz supply. Find: (i) impedance; (ii) current; (iii) phase angle.
[8+8]
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## Subject Code: R13211/R13

4.(a)
(b)
(c)
5.(a)
(b)

Define Q-factor and derive expressions for Q-factor and bandwidth of series resonant
circuits.
Show that the resonant frequency is the geometric mean of two half power frequencies.
Discuss the properties of anti resonance circuits.
[6+7+3]
State and explain the Millman's theorem.
Find current in the 6 resistor using Superposition theorem for the network shown in
Figure 5.

[8+8]
6.(a)
(b)

7.

## Find the Z-parameters of the two-port network shown in Figure 6a.

Derive the relationship between transmission and hybrid parameters.

[8+8]
A sinusoidal voltage V(t) = Vm sin(t+) is applied to a R-L circuit at time t = 0. Find
the complete solution for the current in the circuit using Laplace transform method and
differential equations.

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Set No - 1
Subject Code: R13212/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

## ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS-I

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

## Give the volt-ampere relations of R, L, and C parameters.

Define average value and r.m.s value.
Define resonance and write its properties of R-L-C series resonant circuit.
Write the analogy between electrical and magnetic circuits.
Define tree, graph and co-tree.
Write the statements of Thevenins theorem and Nortans theorem.
[3+4+4+4+3+4]
PART-B

2.(a)

For the circuit shown in figure 2(a), use nodal analysis to determine voltage across 3 and
12 resistance. Compute power absorbed by 6 resistor.

(b)

What is the magnitude of current drained from the 10V source in the circuit shown in
figure 2(b) below?

2
3

1
3

10V
Figure 2(b)

3.(a)

[9+7]
A current of 4 A flows through a non-inductive resistance in series, with a choking coil
when supplied at 230 V, 50 Hz. If the voltage across the resistance is 100 V and across the
coil is 180 V, draw the phasor diagram and calculate (i) impedance, reactance and
resistance of the coil (ii) the power absorbed by the coil (iii) the total power.

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## Subject Code: R13212/R13

3.(b)

A two element series circuit is connected across AC source e(t ) = 200 2 sin( t + 20 0 ) V .
The current in the circuit then found to be i (t ) = 10 2 cos( t 25 0 ) A. Determine the
parameters of the circuit.

4.(a)
(b)

[9+7]
Derive the expression for bandwidth of series RLC circuit.
Using the locus diagrams, determine the value of RL for which the circuit shown in fig. 4
will be under resonance.

100 V

10

RL

-j 5
j 10
Fig. 4

5.(a)
(b)

[8+8]

## What are the Faradays laws of electromagnetic Induction? Explain.

For the network shown in below figure 5, find the voltage across load resistance RL.
k=0.5
j2

j5
50 V

-j3
Figure 5

6.(a)

RL=5

[7+9]
For the given network shown in Figure 6(a), draw the oriented graph and choose one
possible tree and construct basic cutest schedule. Write down the network equations from
above matrix.

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## Subject Code: R13212/R13

6.(b)

Draw the dual of the network shown in below figure 6(b) and explain its procedure.
I
G2
C2
+
V
-

C1
S

G1

L
Figure 6(b)

7.

[9+7]
Find the current through the capacitor of j5 reactance as shown in figure 7 using
superposition theorem.

-j5

3
2
100 V0

I = 1030 0 A

j4
Figure 7

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Set No - 2
Subject Code: R13212/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

## ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS-I

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

2.(a)
(b)

3.(a)

(b)

## Give the difference between dependent and independent sources.

Give the expressions for average value, r.m.s value and form factor of a sinusoidal
waveform.
Draw the current locus diagrams of R-C series circuit with R variable as well as C variable.
State Faradays law of electromagnetic induction.
Define cut-set matrix and write its properties.
Write the statements of maximum power transfer theorem and reciprocity theorem.
[3+4+4+3+4+4]
PART-B
Explain the source transformation techniques with suitable circuits.
Calculate the mesh currents in the network shown in Figure 2(b).

[7+9]
A series combination of R and C is in parallel with a 25 resistor. A 50 Hz source results
in a total current of 6.5 A, a current of 5 A through 25 resistance and a current of 2.3 A
in the RC branch. (i) Draw the phasor diagram of the circuit and find values of R and C (ii)
Find apparent, active, reactive power and power factor of the circuit.
Determine R.M.S and Average value of the waveform shown in Figure 3.
u(t)
10V

1 ms

2 ms
3 ms
Figure 3

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4 ms

Time
[8+8]

Set No - 2

## Subject Code: R13212/R13

4.(a)

(b)

In a series RLC network, R = 50 and C = 20 F, and L = 50 mH. Find the voltage across
each element, when the voltage across the resistor is a maximum, given that the applied
voltage is 100 V with a variable frequency.
Obtain the current locus for the circuit of Figure 4, and find the value of RC which results in
a phase angle of 45 between V and I.
RC
10
-j 4
Figure 4

5.(a)
(b)

[8+8]
Compare electric and magnetic circuits with respect to similarities and dissimilarities.
For the circuit shown in figure 5, determine the currents i1 and i2 using loop method of
analysis.
j 2
-j8
2

V1=10

i1

0 0V

j4

j3

i2

V2=10

00 V

Figure 5
6.(a)

(b)

[7+9]
For the given network shown in Figure 6, draw the graph and chose a possible tree.
Construct the basic tie set schedule. Write the equation for the branch currents and interns
of the link current and write separately the independent equations.
Define: (i) Graph (ii) Path (iii) Connected graph.
1
5

2
3

6
4

1
Figure 6
[12+4]

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Set No - 2

## Subject Code: R13212/R13

7.(a)

(b)

Find voltage across 10 resistance in the network shown in Figure 7a, using the
Thevenins theorem.

Find the current through 2 resistor in Figure 7b, using Millmans theorem.

[9+7]
*****

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Set No - 3
Subject Code: R13212/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

## ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS-I

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

What is the use source transformation. Convert the voltage source to current source and
vice-versa with an example.
Define form factor and power factor.
Define bandwidth and quality factor and write the relationship between them.
Define flux, MMF and reluctance.
What is duality? Write the rules to draw the dual of a network.
Write the statements of Millmans theorem and superposition theorem.
[3+4+4+4+3+4]
PART-B

2.(a)

(b)

## State and explain Kirchhoffs laws with an example.

Determine current i in the network shown in figure 2(b) using nodal analysis.
6
i

3i
3A

10

5A

Figure 2(b)
3.(a)

(b)

4.(a)

[7+9]
A Resistor of 100 in series with a capacitance of 50F is connected to a supply of 200V,
50Hz. Find: (i) impedance (ii) current (iii) phase angle (iv) voltage across the resistor &
capacitor.
In a series RL circuit R= 5 ohms and L= 0.06H and the voltage across Resistor is VR=15
sin200t. Find the current and total voltage across the circuit.
[8+8]
A series R-L-C circuit consists of resistance R = 20, inductance, L=0.01H and
capacitance, C = 0.04 F. Calculate the frequency at resonance. If a 10 Volts of frequency
equal to the frequency of resonance is applied to this circuit, calculate the values of VC and
VL across C and L respectively. Find the frequencies at which these voltages VC and VL are
maximum?

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4.(b)

## Find the resonant frequency for the circuit shown in Figure 4.

V ~

10mH

40F

Figure 4
5.(a)

(b)
(c)

6.(a)

(b)

[8+8]
Two coupled coils with L1 = 0.01 H and L2 = 0.04 H and k = 0.6 can be connected in four
different ways such as series aiding, series opposing, parallel aiding and parallel opposing.
Find equivalent inductance in each case.
Explain the dot convention for mutually coupled coils.
Derive the expression for coefficient of coupling between pair of magnetically coupled
coils.
[6+4+6]
Determine the basic cutest matrix for the oriented graph given in Figure 6(a) where the
elements 1, 2, 3 are free branches.

For the Network shown in Fig. 6(b), formulate its dual network.

[8+8]

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7.(a)

2
5A

1
+

1
2V

5A

RL

+
VL
-

Figure 7
(b)

## State and explain compensation theorem.

[9+7]
*****

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Set No - 4
Subject Code: R13212/R13
I B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations July/Aug. - 2015

## ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS-I

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
*****
PART-A

1.(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

2.(a)

(b)

## State Kirchhoffs laws.

Define phase and phase difference. What is the difference between these two?
Draw the current locus diagrams of R-L series circuit with R variable as well as L variable.
Define self-inductance, mutual inductance and co-efficient of coupling and write the
relation between them.
Define connected graph, oriented graph, and planar graph.
Write the statements of superposition theorem and compensation theorem.
[3+4+4+4+3+4]
PART-B
What are the types of sources? Explain them with suitable diagrams and characteristics?
Calculate the voltage that is to be connected across terminals x-y is shown in below figure
2(b) such that the voltage across the 2 resister is 10 V. Also find Ia and Ib. What is the
total power loss in the circuit?
Ia 4
x
2

Ib 6

3.(a)

(b)

Figure 2(b)
[7+9]
A resistance and inductance are connected in series across a voltage given
by v(t ) = 283 sin t . The power drawn by the series combination is 400 W and the current
has a maximum value of 4 A. Determine the circuit parameters and the power factor of the
circuit.
A periodic voltage waveform has been shown in the below figure 3. Determine the
following.
(i) Frequency of the waveform (ii) Wave equation for 0< t <100 m sec
(iii) R.M.S. value and
(iv) Average value
V(t)
Vm

t (ms)

Figure 3
[8+8]
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Set No - 4

## Subject Code: R13212/R13

4.(a)

(b)

A series RC circuit having variable R and C = 20F is supplied from AC source having
voltage V= 2000  volt at = 2000 rad/sec. Draw current locus for sample values of R =
0, 5, 15, 25, 35, 50.
A series RLC circuit has the following parameters. R = 15 ohms, L = 2H, C = 100 micro F.
Calculate the resonant frequency. Under resonant condition, calculate current, power, and
voltage drops across various elements, if the applied voltage is 100V.
[8+8]
Two coils with 300 turns and 700 turns are wound side by side on a closed magnetic circuit
of area of cross section 400cm2 and mean length 80 cm, the magnetic circuit has relative
permeability of 4000. Determine the mutual inductance, self induced e.m.f and mutually
induced e.m.f when the current in the coil with 300 turns grows from zero to 25A in a time
of 0.3 sec.
Write the Loop Equations for the Coupled circuit shown in Figure.5.

6.(a)
(b)

[8+8]
Explain the principles of duality? Write a graphical procedure to draw a dual network?
Find the branch currents shown in below figure 6 by using the concept of the tie-set matrix.

(b)

5.(a)

5
+
25V
-

2
Figure 6
[8+8]

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Set No - 4

## Subject Code: R13212/R13

7.(a)

Obtain Thevenins equivalent circuit for the network shown in Figure 7a.
+
+

2K

3K

Vx
4000

4V
-

Vx
-

Figure 7a
(b)

Find current through 1 resistor using Millmans theorem for the circuit shown in fig. 7b.

5A

3A

Figure 7b
[8+8]
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Set No. 1

## I B.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations, July. 2015

MATHEMATICAL METHODS
( Common to Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information
Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Mining and Petroliem
Technology)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 75
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
?????

1
1. (a) Find rank of matrix using Normal form A = 2
3

2
2
0

3
1
4

2
3
1

## (b) Solve system of equations, if consistent 2x-y-z=2 , x+2y+z=2, 4x-7y-5z=2

[7+8]

1
2
3
4
2. Verify Cayley Hamilton theorem and find A1 if A = 2 1

3
1
1
3. Find the transformation that will transform 10x2 + 2y 2 + 5z 2 4xy 10xz + 6yz
into a sum of square and find its reduced form. Also find the Rank, index and
signature of the quadratic form.


4. (a) Using Newton- Raphsons method compute 41 correct to four decimal places.
(b) Find a real root of the equation ex = x+2 in the interval [1, 1.4] using bisection
method.
[8+7]
5. From the following table, estimate the number of students who obtained marks
between 76 and 80
Marks

36-45

46-55

56-65

66-75

76-85


No. of students

18

40

64

50

28

6. (a) Find the first and second derivatives of the function tabulated below at the
point x = 1.5.
X
Y

1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
3.375
7.0
13.625
24.0
38.875
59.0
R 2.0
(b) Evaluate 0.6 y dx using Trapizoidal, Simpsons 1/3 and Simpsons 3/8 rules.
X
y

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0.6
1.23

0.8
1.58

1.0
2.03

1.2
4.32

1 of 2

1.4
6.25

1.6
8.38

1.8
10.23

2.0
12.45

[8+7]

Set No. 1

## Code No: R10206/R10

7. (a) Solve y1 =x2 +y, y(0)=1 by modified Eulers method and find y(0.02), y(0.04)
(b) Solve y1 +y=0, y(0)=1 by R-K method and hence find y(0.1), y(0.2)

[8+7]

8. (a)Fit a curve of the type y=aebx to the data by the method of least squares
x
y

1
7

2
11

3
17

4
27

(b) Fit a straight line of the form y= a+bx to the following data
x
y

1
0.5

2
2.5

3
2

4
4

5
3.5

?????

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2 of 2

6
6

7
5.5

[8+7]

Set No. 2

## I B.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations, July. 2015

MATHEMATICAL METHODS
( Common to Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information
Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Mining and Petroliem
Technology)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 75
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
?????

1
1. (a) Find rank of A = 2
3

1
3
2

1
4 using Echelon form
3

[7+8]

## (b) Solve by Gauss Elimination method 2x+y+z=10 , 3x+2y+3z=18 , x+4y+9z=16

2
2
3
1
6
2. (a) Find Eigen Vectors of A = 2
1 2
0
(b) The Eigen vectors corresponding to two different eigen values are linearly
independent
[10+5]
T
3. (a) By Lagranges
reduction reduce
the quadratic form X AX to sum of squares
1
2
4

6
2 .
form for A= 2
4 2 18

0 2b
c
b
c is an orthogonal matrix [8+7]
(b) Find the values of a, b, c if a
a b
c

4. (a) Compute the real root of the equation xex = cos x by the method of false
position.
(b) Find the positive root of the equation 2(x 3) = log10 x, correct to four
significant figures by Newton-Raphsons Method.
[8+7]
5. (a) Compute the approximate value of ex when x= 1.7489 from the following
table using the Gauss forward interpolation formula.
x
ex

1.72
1.73
1.74
1.75
1.76
1.77
1.78
0.179066 0.177284 0.175520 0.173774 0.172045 0.170333 0.168638

(b) Find the Parabola passing through the points (0, 1), (1,3) and (3,5), Using
Lagranges Interpolation formula.
[8+7]
6. (a) Find
X
Y

dy
at
dx

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7.47
7.48
7.49
7.5
0.193
0.195
0.198
0.201
1 of 2

7.51
0.203

7.52
0.206

7.53
0.208

Set No. 2

## Code No: R10206/R10

(b) The following Table gives the temperature (in degrees of Celsius) of a cooling
body at different instants of time t (in seconds):
t:
1
3
5
7
9
:
85.3
74.5
67.0
60.5
54.3
Find approximately the rate of cooling at t = 8 seconds.
[8+7]
7. (a) Solve y1 =3x+y/2, y(0)=1 by Taylor series method and hence find y(0.1),
y(0.2)
(b) Solve the equation
y(0.1)

dy
dx

[8+7]

## 8. (a) Fit a least square parabola y= a+bx+cx2 to the following data

x
y

1
2

2
3

3
5

4
8

5
10

15
20

(b) Fit a straight line of the form y= a+bx to the following data
x
y

50
205

60
225

70
248

80
274
?????

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[8+7]

Set No. 3

## I B.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations, July. 2015

MATHEMATICAL METHODS
( Common to Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information
Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Mining and Petroliem
Technology)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 75
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
?????

## 1. (a) Find rank of matrix using Echelon form A = 2

8
(b) Solve the equations using Gauss Jordan method
x+5y+z=9 , 2x+y+3z=12, 3x+y+4z=16

2
1
1

4
3
9

5
6
7
[7+8]

2. (a) Prove that the Eigen values of a triangular matrix are diagonal elements of
the matrix


8 4
2
(b) Find eigen vectors of B=2A A + 3I when A =
[5+10]
2
2
3. Find the orthogonal transformation which transforms the quadratic form
x1 2 +3 x2 2 +3 x3 2 -2x2 x3 to canonical from .Determine the index, signature and the
nature of the quadratic form

4. (a) Compute the real root of the equation 3x = cos x + 1 by Bisection method
(b) Compute the real root of the equation tan x = x by iteration method. [8+7]
5. The following table gives the population of a town during the last six censuses. Estimate, using Newtons interpolation formula, the increase in the population during
the period 1986 to 1988.

year
1911 1921 1931 1941 1951 1961
Population (in thousands)
12
15
20
27
39
52
6. (a) The velocity v of a particle moving in a straight line covers at distance x in
0
time t. They are related as given in the following table. Find f (15)
X
0
10
20
30
40
Y
45
60
65
54
42
R1 3
(b) Evaluate 0 x dx with five sub-intervals by Trapezoidal rule.
[8+7]
7. (a) Solve y1 =2y+3ex ,y(0)=0 by Taylor series method and hence find y(0.1), y(0.2)
(b) Solve y1 =x2 +y, y(0)=2 by Picards method
[8+7]
8. (a) Fit a least square parabola y= a+bx+cx2 to the following data
x
y

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0
3

1
3

2
5

3
9
1 of 2

4
15

5
23

6
33

Set No. 3

## Code No: R10206/R10

(b) Fit a straight line of the form y= a+bx to the following data
x
1
2
3
4
6
8
y
2.4
3.1
3.5
4.2
5
6
?????

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2 of 2

[8+7]

Set No. 4

## I B.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations, July. 2015

MATHEMATICAL METHODS
( Common to Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information
Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Mining and Petroliem
Technology)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 75
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
?????

1
1. (a) Find rank of matrix using Echelon form A = 2
3

1
3
2

1
4
3

## (b) Solve the equations using Gauss Jordan method

x1 +x2 +x3 =8 , 2x1 +3x2 +2x3 =19 , 4x1 +2x2 +3x3 =23

5
2 0
6
2
2. Find Eigen Vectors of A = 2
0
2
7

[7+8]


3. Find
P that will diagonalize the symmetric matrix
the orthogonal matrix

7
4
4
8 1
A= 4
4 1 8

4. (a) Find a root of ex sin x = 1 nearer to 1 using Newton Raphsons method
(b) Find a positive root of 2xlog10 x over (3.5, 4) by using False Position method.
[8+7]
5. (a) Find the value of y from the following data at x = 0.47
x:
0
1
2
3
4
y:
1
2
4
7
11

5
16

(b) Use Lagranges interpolation formula, find f(4) from the following data.
x
1
2
5
6
9
[8+7]
y = f(x)
2
8
17
20
35
6. (a) The population of a certain town (as obtained from census data) is shown in
the following table:
Year
1891
1901
1911
1921
1931
Population(in
46
66
81
93
101
thousand)
Estimate the rate of growth of the population in the year 1921
(b) When a train is moving at 30 m/sec, steam is shut off and brakes are applied.
The speed of the train per second after t seconds is given by

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Set No. 4

## Code No: R10206/R10

Time (t):
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Speed(v):
30
24
19.5
16
13.6
11.7
10
8.5
7.0
Using Simpsons rule, determine the distance moved by the train in 40 seconds.
[8+7]
7. (a) Solve y1 =3x2 +1 by Eulers method and find y at x=2 by taking h=0.5
(b) Solve by fourth order R-K method y1 =x-y, y(1)=0.4 and hence find y(1.2)
[8+7]
8. (a) Fit a power curve y=axb to the following data
x
2
4
7
10
20
40
60
80
y
43
25
18
13
8
5
3
2
(b) Derive normal equations to fit a straight line y= a+bx
x
y

-1
1

0
1

1
1
?????

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2 of 2

2
7

3
25

[7+8]