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Regular Examinations, June -2005 NETWORK THEORY ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Electronics & Computer Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) Write a note on source transformation. (b) Using KCL and KVL, ﬁnd the currents in all the sources of the circuit of the following ﬁgure1

Figure 1: 2. (a) Calculate the current to be passed through the coil so that a ﬂux of 1 mwb is produced in the air gap. {As shown in the Figure2} The core is of square cross section over its entire length and has a permeability of 800. (b) Deﬁne the following terms. i. Coeﬃcient of coupling in coupled coils ii. Magnetic ﬂux density. 1 of 3

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Figure 2: iii. Reluctance of magnetic path iv. Permeability. 3. (a) A series R – C circuit is excited by sinusoidal voltage I=Im sin wt. Find the expression for impedance using phasor diagram. (b) Determine the supply voltage and the power factor in the following ﬁgure3 network if the total power delivered is 200 w.

Figure 3: 4. (a) For a series RL circuit obtain the locus of current as inductance is changed form 0 to ∞ when the applied voltage is constant (b) Show that for a series resonant circuit f1 f2 = f2 where f1 and f2 are half power r frequencies and fr is the resonance frequency. (c) Obtain the z-parameters of the following ﬁgure4 Two port network. 5. (a) Determine the line currents and total power supplied to a delta connected load of Zab = 10 600 Zbc = 20 900 Zca = 25 300 . Assume a 3phase, 400v, ABC system. (b) Explain two wattmeter method of measurement of power in a 3 phase system. Derive the readings of the wattmeter for a balanced 3 phase load.What is the power factor of the balanced load when i. both the meters read zero. 2 of 3

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Figure 4: ii. both meters read equal but one is negative. iii. one reads twice the other. 6. (a) Explain clearly what you understand by a cutest, and a Tieset. Write down the basicTieset schedule for the network shown in ﬁgure5 by taking 10Ω resistor branches as Tree branches.

Figure 5: (b) For the network shown the ﬁgure6, determine the ratio of I2 / I1 .

Figure 6: (c) Draw the frequency response characteristics of Low pass, High pass and Band pass ﬁlters. 7. (a) State and explain the superposition theorem. (b) Using super position theorem ﬁnd the current in 2 ohms resistor. Verify your result by any other method the following f i gure 7. 8. (a) Derive the expression for i(t) for R – L series circuit when excited by a sinusoidal source.

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Figure 7: (b) For R – L – C series circuit with R = 10Ω, L = 0.2 H, C = 50 micro farads, determine the current i(t) when the switch is closed at t = 0. Applied voltage is V(t) = 100 Cos (1000 t + 60)0

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Regular Examinations, June -2005 NETWORK THEORY ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Electronics & Computer Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) What are passive and active circuit elements? Explain the voltage-current relationships of passive elements with examples. (b) Reduce the network of Figure8. into an equivalent network across terminals A and B with i. one equivalent voltage source ii. one equivalent current source.

Figure 8: 2. (a) A cast steal iron core has a square cross section of side 3cm. Assuming the permeability of steel to be 800, ﬁnd the m.m.f required to produce a ﬂux φ = 0.2 mwb in the right limb as shown in the ﬁgure9. (b) Deﬁne self and mutual inductances. Establish the polarity of two mutually coupled coils on a single magnetic core. (c) Find the equivalent inductance of the following circuit Figure10. 3. (a) Explain about active, Reactive and apparent powers.Give expression for the above. Draw the power triangle. 1 of 3

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Figure 10: (b) Given i = 50 sin (wt + 60) ν = 200 sin (wt + 30) Find the elements of the network with their values active, reactive and apparent power. 4. (a) Obtain the expression for frequency at which the voltage across the inductance becomes a maximum in a series RLC circuit. Explain what is meant by voltage magniﬁcation factor. (b) Obtain the transmission parameters for the following ﬁgure11 circuit. Verify your result for reciprocity condition.

Figure 11: 5. (a) Show that two watt meters are suﬃcient to measure power in a 3 phase circuit. Derive the expressions for wattmeter readings for a balanced 3phase load.

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(b) A 3 phase, 400v, 4wire system has a star connected load with ZA =(10+j0)ohms, ZB =(15+j10) ohms, ZC =(0+j5) ohms. Find the line currents and current through neutral conductor. Draw the phasor diagram. 6. (a) What is duality? Explain the procedure for obtaining the dual of the given planar network shown below the f i gure 12 .

Figure 12: (b) Construct the incidence matrix for the graph shown in f i gure 13.

Figure 13: (c) Use nodal analysis, to determine the voltages V1 and V2 in the circuit shown the f i gure 14 .

Figure 14: 7. (a) State and explain the Reciprocity theorem. Is this theorem valid for network with two sources? Subtantiate your answer. (b) Verify the reciprocity theorem using the network given below the ﬁgure15.

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Figure 15: 8. (a) Compare the classical and laplace transform method of solution of the network. (b) Draw the network in laplace domain and ﬁnd i1 (t) and i2 (t) the following ﬁgure16

Figure 16:

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Regular Examinations, June -2005 NETWORK THEORY ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Electronics & Computer Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) Find the equivalent resistance between the terminals Y and Z in the f i gure 17 below

Figure 17: (b) In the network shown in f i gure 18 , determine i x

Figure 18: 2. (a) Deﬁne MMF, ﬂux and reluctance of a magnetic circuit. (b) An iron ring has a mean diameter of 25 cms, and a cross sectional area of 4 cm2. It is wound with a coil of 1200 turns. An air gap of 1.5 mm width is cut in the ring. Determine the current required in the coil to produce a ﬂux of 0.48 mwb in the air gap. The relative permeability of iron under this condition is 800. Neglect leakage. 3. (a) Get the expression for complex power and the sign of the active power. (b) Find I1 , I2 , I3 and I Find also the power consumed .Draw the phasor diagram (figure 19).

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Figure 20: 4. (a) Obtain the Y-parameters for the following ﬁgure20 network in Laplace transform variables. (b) A tuned circuit consists of a coil having an inductance of 200 micro henries and a resistance of 15Ω the parallel with a series combination of a variable capacitance and resistor of 80Ω. It is supplied by a 60v source. If the supply frequency is 1MHZ, what is the value of C to give resonance? 5. (a) Draw a schematic diagram for measuring the power in 3 phase circuit connected in star using Two wattmeters. Assuming a phase sequence ABC obtain the expressions for the wattmeter readings. How do you determine the power factor using the wattmeter readings. (b) A 3 phase, 3 wire, 208V CBA system has a star connected load with ZA = 5 00 Ω ZB = 5 300 Ω and ZC = 10 − 600 Ω. Obtain the line currents and the voltages across each load impedance. Draw the phasor diagram. 6. (a) What is duality? Explain the procedure for obtaining the dual of the given planar network shown below the ﬁgure21. (b) Construct the incidence matrix for the graph shown in ﬁgure22. (c) Use nodal analysis, to determine the voltages V1 and V2 in the circuit shown the ﬁgure23. 7. (a) State and explain the super position theorem. (b) Is super position valid for power? Substantiate your answer. (c) Using super position theorem ﬁnd vab the ﬁgure24. 2 of 3

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8. (a) For the circuit shown below ﬁnd the initial conditions of i1 , i2 , di1 , di2 and dt dt voltage across capacitor. The circuit was in steady state before t = 0 the following ﬁgure25

Figure 25: (b) Switch is opened at t = 0 ﬁnd the current i (t) for t ≥ 0 the following ﬁgure26

Figure 26:

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1. (a) Find the equivalent resistance between the terminals Y and Z in the ﬁgure27 below

Figure 27: (b) In the network shown in ﬁgure28, determine ix

Figure 28: 2. (a) State and explain Faraday’s Law of electro magnetic induction. What are statically and dynamically induced EMFS. (b) An iron ring 15 cms in diameter and 10 cm2 in area of cross section is wound with a coil of 200 turns. Determine the current in the coil to establish a ﬂux density of 1 wb/m2 if the relative permeability of Iron is 500. In case if an air gap of 2mm is cut in the ring, what is the current in the coil to establish the same feat density. 3. (a) Explain the signiﬁcance of J – operator ? What are the diﬀerent forms of expressing the sinusoidal quarter in complex form? (b) Find the components of Z such that the current drawn quantity by the circuit same at all frequencies the following ﬁgure29. 1 of 3

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Figure 29: 4. (a) Deﬁne the following terms i. Band width ii. Q-factor iii. half power frequencies (b) Obtain a Π-equivalent circuit for the following ﬁgure30 of 2 port network.

Figure 30: 5. (a) Derive the relationship between line and phase quantities in a balanced star connected system. (b) A 3phase 4-wire CBA system of phase sequence, with eﬀective line voltage of 100v has a star-connected impedances given by ZA =3.0 00 Ω ZB = 4.5 56.310 Ω ZC = 2.24 − 26.570 Ω Obtain the line currents and current in neutral wire. Draw the phasor diagram.

6. (a) For the circuit shown below the ﬁgure31, ﬁnd the currents & voltages in all the branches of the circuit. Use Node Voltage method.

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(b) Draw the dual of the network shown below the ﬁgure32. Explain the procedure employed.

Figure 32: (c) Obtain the expression for characteristic impedance of a symmetrical T network. 7. (a) State and explain the superposition theorem. (b) Using super position theorem ﬁnd the current in 2 ohms resistor. Verify your result by any other method the following ﬁgure33.

Figure 33: 8. (a) What are the initial conditions? Why do you need them? (b) Explain why the current in a pure inductance cannot change in zero time. (c) Switch is closed at t = 0. Find the initial conditions at t(o+) for i1 , i2 , vc , 2i 2i , di1 , di2 , ddt2 and ddt1 dt dt (as show in the ﬁgure34)

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