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1. A terminal where more than two branches met is called:

a) Node
b) Terminus
c) Loop
d) None of the above
2. If there are 'b' branches and 'n' nodes the number of equations will be:
a) n-1
b) b
c) b-n-1
d) b-n+1
3. Kirchhoff's laws are applicable to circuits with:
a) Distributed parameters
b) Lumped parameters
c) Passive elements
d) Non-linear resistances
4. An ideal current source has:
a) Zero internal conductance
b) Zero internal resistance
c) Zero voltage on no load
d) Zero ripple
5. An ideal voltage source should have:
a) Zero source resistance
b) Infinite source resistance
c) Terminal voltage is proportional to current
d) Open-circuit voltage nearly equal to voltage of the load current
6. The power factor of ac circuit lies between
a) 0 and 1
b) -1 and 1
c) 0 and -1
d) None of the above
7. Average resistance of human body is:
a) 500 ohms
b) 1000 ohms
c) 1500 ohms
d) 2000 ohms
8.In series circuits which parameter is maintained constant
A) current
b) Voltage
c) Power
d) None
9. Which of the following curve represent ohms law

d)sine wave
10. Calculate the Resistance value in a closed circuit supplied with 110V and power
consumed in the circuit is 100 watts
a) 121
d) 10
1. The output power of any electrical motor is taken from the:
a) Armature
b) Field
c) Coupling mounted on the shaft
d) Motor frame
2. If the back emf in a dc motor varnishes suddenly, then the motor:
a) Run at very high speeds
b) Start hunting
c) Burn
d) Come to stall
3. When a dc machine is connected to the dc supply main it will produce:
a) EMF in opposition to the applied voltage
b) EMF in phase with the applied voltage
c) EMF decreases with time
d) None of the above
4. The direction of rotation of a dc motor can be determined by:
a) Fleming's right hand rule
b) Fleming's left hand rule
c) Lenz's law
d) Ampere's law
5. A DC series motor is best suited for electrical traction because:
a) It develops high starting torque
b) It runs at very high speed
c) It is cheaper in cost
d) It is more rugged in construction like induction motor
6. swinburns test is what type of test
a) No-load
b) full load
c) Semi load

d) None
7. Which of the following motors are constant speed motor
a) shunt motor
b) series motor
c) compound motor
d) None
8. Wave winding is employed in a dc machine of
a) High current and low voltage rating
b) Low current and high voltage rating
c) High current and high voltage rating
d) Low current and low voltage rating
9. The emf produced in dc generator is
a) statically
c) elctro statically
d) magnetically
10. The power rating that is indicated on name plate of any motor is
a) shaft power
b) average power
c) gross power
d) net power



1. The thickness of transformer core laminations is:

a) 3mm to 5mm
b) 0.35mm to 0.5mm
c) 30mm to 50 mm
d) 0.035mm to 0.05m
2. The flux involved in the emf equation of a transformer has
Average value
rms value
total value
maximum value
3. If the supply frequency of a transformer is doubled
(a) Hysteresis loss also doubles
(b) eddy current loss doubles
(c) iron loss double
(d) hysteresis loss decreases
4. In order to reduce the hysteresis loss:
a) Core may be laminated
b) Silica steel may be used as the core
c) Core may be constructed with magnetic materials such as ALNICO
d) Core may be impregnated with varnish



5. The core used in high frequency transformer is __ core:

a) Aluminium
b) Ferrite
c) Carbon
d) Iron
6.The rating of the Transformer __ when the supply frequency is increased:
a) Remains unchanged
b) Increases
c) Decreases
d) None of the above
7. The direction of statically induced EMF is found by using
Flemings RHR
Flemings LHR
Lenzs law
Faradays law
8. If DC voltage is applied to the Transformer
It draws Zero current
It draws rated current
It draws Very high current
9. Efficiency of transformer is max.
Cu loss < core loss
Cu loss > core loss
core loss = Cu loss
Cu loss = core loss
10. For a given KVA rating and for a given max. value of B of core, if designed frequency
increases than size of the transformer
Remains same

1. Synchronous reactance of an alternator is due to:

a) leakage flux only
b) reactance because of armature reaction in the machine
c) synchronous machine reactance
d) both, leakage flux as well as armature reaction
2. In synchronous generator, the effect of cross magnetization is to make the generated voltage:
a) truely sinusoidal
b) non sinusoidal
c) free from harmonics
d) none of the above
3. In an alternator, reactance emf
a) leads the current by 90 deg

b) lags behind the current by 90 deg

c) is in phase with the current
d) none of the above
4. The maximum current that can be supplied by an alternator depends on:
a) exciter current
b) exciter voltage
c) strength of magnetic filed
d) number of poles
5. The short circuit characteristic of an alternator is:
a) always linear
b) always non-linear
c) either (a) and (b)
d) none of the above
6. The speed of the induction motor depends on:
a) number of the stator poles
b) supply frequency
c) supply stator voltage
d) all the above
7. When the supply voltage to an induction motor id reduced by 10%, the maximum torque will
decrease by approximately:
a) 5%
b) 10%
c) 20%
d) 40%
8. Which of the following ac motor is widely used:
a) Squirrel cage induction motor
b) Slip-ring induction motor
c) Double cage induction motor
d) Synchronous motor
9. A Synchronous Machine having 4 poles and supplied with 50 Hz supply will rotate at
a) 1000 rpm
b) 200
c) 1500
d) 3000
10. In a Synchronous machine, rotor windings are supplied with ____ power supply:
c) pulse
1. Reverse resistance of a diode is of the order of:
a) Milli ohm
b) Ohm
c) Kilo ohm
d) Mega ohm
Junction breakdown occurs:

a) With forward bias

b) With reverse bias
c) Under high temperature condition
d) Because of excess heating of the diode
3. LEDs are fabricated from:
a) Silicon
b) Germanium
c) Si or Ge
d) Gallium arsenide
4. An ideal operation amplifier has
a) infinite output impedance
b) zero input impedance
c) infinite bandwidth
d) all of the above
5. If ground is applied to the positive terminal of an inverting op amp, the negative terminal
a) no need input resistor
b) be virtual ground
c) high reverse current
d) not invert the signal
6. The input to a comparator is a sine wave then output is
a) square wave
b) rectangular wave
c) sine wave
d) none
7. The dc current through each diode in a bridge rectifier equals
a) the load current
b) half the dc load current
c) twice the dc load current
d) one-fourth the dc load current
8. The arrow in the schematic symbol of a diode points to
a) the n-type material, which is called the anode
b) the n-type material, which is called the cathode
c) the p-type material, which is called the anode
d) the p-type material, which is called the cathode
9. Rectifier output polarity depends upon
a) cycles of input
b) capacitor polarity
c) half or full wave
d) diode installation
10. With a half-wave rectified voltage across the load resistor, load current flows for what part
of a cycle?
a) zero degrees

1. The primary function of the bias circuit is to
hold the circuit stable at VCC
hold the circuit stable at vin
ensure proper gain is achieved
d) hold the circuit stable at the designed Q-point2.
2. The arrow head of transistor symbol always shows the direction of:
a) Electron flow in emitter region
b) Conventional current flow
c) Majority carrier flow in the emitter region
d) Minority carrier flow in the emitter region

3) In an n-p-n transistor, the majority carriers in the base are

a) holes
b) electrons
c) electrons and holes
d) none

4) In an n-p-n transistor biased for operation in forward active region

a) emitter is positive with respect to base
b) collector is positive with respect to base
c) base is positive with respect to emitter and collector is positive with respect to base
d) none of the above
5) In which region of a CE bipolar transistor is collector current almost constant?
a) Saturation region
b) Active region
c) Breakdown region

d) Both saturation and active region

6) A current ratio of IC/IE is usually less than one and is called
a) alpha
b) beta
c) gamma
d) none
7) In a C-E configuration, an emitter resistor is used for
a) stabilization
b) ac signal bypass
c) collector bias
d) high gain
8) To operate properly, a transistor's base-emitter junction must be forward biased with
reverse bias applied to which junction
a) C-E
C) B-E
For a C-C configuration to operate properly, the collector-base junction should be reverse
biased, while forward bias should be applied to which junction
a) C-E
C) B-E
10. Which is the higher gain provided by a C-E configuration

A) current
b) Voltage
c) Power
d) None