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1. What is a Transformer2. How are Primary and secondary windings of a Transformer connected 3.

Name different types of Transformer based on Number of windings 4. Where Transformers are applicable 5. How does electrical energy transfer takes place in Transformers 6. Why does Transformers are know as to have high efficiency 7. What are the two general type of Transformers based on in which manner windings Are Wound 8. What is leakage flux 9. What is the need to reduce leakage flux and how can we do this in both core and shell type Transformers 10. For low power levels and high power levels which type of transformers are preferred 11. What do you mean by heating and cooling of transformers 12. What is the principle involved in working of a transformer 13. What are the properties of a ideal two winding transformer 14. How does the transfer of impedance takes place in transformers 15. What are Transformers 16. What are Transformer losses 17. What is B-H curve 18. What is the Emf equation in a Transformer 19. What are Open and Short circuit tests of a Transformer 20. What is the purpose of Auto-Transformer

21. Why do we perform Polarity tests on Transformers 25. What does the Rotor consists of . What factors causes Noise in a Transformer and How can we reduce it 34. What is the generator and the principle involved in generator 38. What are the conditions to be satisfied for parallel operation of transformers 28. What is Electromagnetic or Interaction torque 39. and ohms etc in Per Unit Values what is it Necessary 23. What is need of Induction regulators in Transformers 32. What are Hysteresis and Eddy current losses 30. What is a motor and the principle involved in the motor 37. What is Electromagnetic energy conversion Principles 35. What is efficiency and condition for maximum efficiency in a transformer 27. What is Reluctance or Alignment toque 40. Why do we perform load test or Sumpner¶s test on Transformers 26. amperes.V side also 22. What are Tap changers on Transformers and what is their need 31. What does the stator consists of 42. What are the differences between Dc and Ac machines 41.V side records the Ohmic losses on L. What are Three Phase Transformers give their four Standard connections 33. What are Stray load and Dielectric losses 29. How does wattmeter connected on H. What is voltage regulation of a Transformer 24. What is Coupling Field reaction 36. How can we express volts.

Mention the applications of Synchronous generators and motors 64. What are Salient pole Synchronous Machines 57. What is flux per pole 46. What are Slip ring Induction machines 55. What is the difference between single phase and Poly phase Synchronous Machines 59. mention the applications of Induction motors and generators 65. What is the difference between single phase and Poly phase Induction machines 60. What is starting torque . What are Electrical and Mechanical degrees 45. How are Synchronous machines classified 53. How does the E. What are Non Salient pole Synchronous Machines 58. What are Squirrel cage Induction machines 56. What is Pole-Pitch 44. What is Synchronization 49. What are full pitched and short pitched coils 47.43. What is Synchronous speed 61. What are Synchronous compensators 63. How are Inductions Machines classified 54.F generation takes place in Dc machine 52. What are heating and cooling curves of Induction machines 62. Explain the Stator and Rotor windings of Induction Machines 51.M. What are Synchronous and Induction machines 48. Explain the Armature and Field windings of Synchronous machine 50.

What are Interpoles 82. What is a commutator 78.C motor 77. What is Yoke 83. What is armature windings 88. What are rotary parts of D. What is commutator action 79. Explain Self excitation 73. What is pull-out-torque 67. Explain Separate excitation 74. What is Compensating Windings 86. What is Armature core 87. What are different methods of Machines 72. What is Armature Reaction 75. What is rocker 80. What is Field windings 85. What is pull in torque 68. What are Mechanical losses 70. What are Brushes 81. What is Shaft .C motor 76. What are Stationary parts of a D. What is field poles 84.66. What are different cooling methods 69. What are speed torque characteristics 71.

What are the necessary conditions to be obtained for staring of a Motor 105. What is Generating mode 97.C motor 108. What are different operating characteristics of D. What are the effects of Brush shifts 95. What are shunt motors 111.C generators 96. What are Ratings of a Motor 90. What is D. What is external resistance 107. What is Magnetization curve 99. How does the speed control of motors takes place 109. What is Motor mode 98. What do you mean by Speed Regulation 110. What are Shunt Generators 101.89. What are series motors .C compound Motor 104. What is De-Magnetization 92. What are the effects of Armature reaction 93. What are operating characteristics of D. What are stators 106. What are Cumulative compound generators 100.C Motors 103. What are series Generators 102. What factors influence the speed of a D. What is Cross Magnetization 91. What are the different methods employed in limiting Armature reaction 94.

What is pitch factor 130.C machines takes place 116. What is Tooth Ripple 134. What happens if the Armature coil is opened 126. What are Rotating Amplifiers 121. What happens if the field coil is opened 127. How can we reduce the effect of harmonics 133. Why does sparking occurs in a commutator 128. What is Armature voltage control method 114. What are the advantages of Non salient or cylindrical rotor over Salient pole rotor 129. What is Swinburne¶s or indirect method of testing 118. What is Power Factor 122. What are the Advantages of stationary armature 125. What are the methods of excitation of a Synchronous machines . What is Regenerative or Hopkinson¶s method of testing 119. What is Direct method of testing 117. What are Permanent magnet Dc Motors 123. How does testing of D. What is breath factor 131. How does speed control can be obtained in motors by using SCR¶S 115. What are Harmonics 132. What is Brake test 120. What is Ward Leonard method 113.112. What are the two types of Armature windings 124.

135. What is the effect of change in excitation 157. What does Synchronisation of Alternators mean 148. What is Bright lamp method 151. What is Synchronizing power 153. What is m. How does cooling of Synchronous machines takes place 138. What are the different methods of finding voltage regulation 140. What is potier method 142.S. How can we determine Xd and Xq 147. What is synchronous Impedance method 144. What is voltage regulation of an Alternator 139. What is brushless excitation system 137. What is Synchroscope method 152. What is two reaction theory 145. What is Dark lamp method 150. What is Synchronizing Torque 154. Can you explain the Parallel operation of Alternators 156. What is synchronizing Current 155.m. What is the effect of change in input power .A method 143. What is A. What is slip test 146.f method 141. What is static excitation System 136. What are different methods of Synchronising alternators 149.

What is meant by Crawling in Induction motors 173. What is the effect of field excitation in Synchronous motor 161. What is double field revolving Theory 174. How does load gets affect with speed in Synchronous machines 160. What is Cross field revolving theory 175. What is meant by Skew in Induction motors 172. What are different stating methods of induction motors 176. What are universal motors . What is normal excitation 163. What is Over excitation 165. What is Synchronous condenser 166.158. Why single phase Induction motors are not self starting 169. What is meant by Cogging in Induction motors 171. Why poly phase induction motors are self starting 170. What are V and inverted V curves 162. What are the different methods of starting of Synchronous motors 167. What is a pony motor 168. What is under excitation 164. Explain the operation of alternators on infinite bus 159.