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What is Gauss theorem and its importance?
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To find electric field intensity
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Comment on the effect of negative feedback on the gain, input and output resistance of the feedback amplifiers.Describe the gain bandwidth product term used in this context and its importance.
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Effect of negative feedback: 1. Gain decreases with negative feedback. 2. Input resistance increases with negative feedback. 3. Output resistance decreases with negative feedback. Explanation ... feedback bandwidth increases which means it is stable output on more range of frequency.
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What is a Gauss Jordan elimination?
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A sand sample has a fineness modulus of 1.95. Whether this sand can be used for concreting? Explain the procedure to bring the fineness modulus in required permissible limits. State its importance.
A sand sample has a fineness modulus of 1.95. Whether this sand can be used for concreting? Explain the procedure to bring the fineness modulus in required permissible limits. State its importance.
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The given sand sample has a fineness modulus 1.95, which is less than prescribed limit i.e.2.2-3.2. It indicates that sand particles are finer, which is not suitable for satisfactory ... . Well graded sand is also useful for good bonding of particles and related strength criteria of concrete.
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This theorem states that whenever there is continuous flow of liquid the total energy at every section remains same provided that there is no any addition or loss of energy. Let us consider ... incompressible. 4. Velocity is uniform over the cross section. 5. The flow is irrotational.
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What is the importance of negative feedback in the operational amplifier?
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The Gauss seidel load flow method has the following disadvantages. Tick the incorrect statement.
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The Gauss seidel load flow method has the following disadvantages. Tick the incorrect statement. A) Unreliable convergence B) Slow convergence C) Choice of slack bus affects convergence D) A good initial guess for voltages is essential for convergence
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Compared to Gauss-Seidel method, Newton-Raphson method takes : A. less number of iterations and more time per iteration B. less number of iterations and less time per iteration C, more number of iterations and more time per iteration D. more number of iterations and less time per iteration
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Compared to Gauss-Seidel method, Newton-Raphson method takes : A. less number of iterations and more time per iteration B. less number of iterations and less time per iteration ... of iterations and more time per iteration D. more number of iterations and less time per iteration
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Gauss-Seidel iterative method can be used for solving a set of?
Gauss-Seidel iterative method can be used for solving a set of?
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To find current in a resistance connected in a network, Thevenin's theorem is used VTH = 20 V and RTH = 5 Ω.
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To find current in a resistance connected in a network, Thevenin's theorem is used VTH = 20 V and RTH = 5 Ω. The current through the resistance: is less than 4 A
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State the importance of NDT and state working principle of Rebound hammer.
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Explain the importance of pattern allowances and state various pattern allowances.
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Explain the importance of proper earthing system. Recommend and justify the earthing system used for individual bunglow.
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The importance of proper earthing system: * To save human life from danger of electrical shock or death i.e. To provide an alternative path for the leakage current to flow so that it will not ... maintained below 5 ohm to 8 ohm. * for plate earthing maintenance required is less & more convenient
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Explain importance of shape and size in aesthetic design.
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Explain importance and purpose of earthing.
Explain importance and purpose of earthing.
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Importance and purpose of earthing is as below:- 1. To provide an alternative path for the leakage current to flow towards earth. 2. To save human life from danger of electrical shock due to ... equipment body (frame) below the earth potential in the event of fault from safety point of view.
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Describe the importance of three wire and four wire configuration for RTD with suitable circuit diagram.
Describe the importance of three wire and four wire configuration for RTD with suitable circuit diagram.
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Three wire RTD: Four wire RTD: Three wire configurations is used to help the circuit compensate for lead wire resistance, and thus provide a truer indication of the measured ... the leads. To get the optimum performance, it is generally best to specify the RTD configuration.
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State the parallel axis theorem and perpendicular axis theorem.
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In applying superposition theorem, to determine branch currents and voltages
In applying superposition theorem, to determine branch currents and voltages (a) all current and voltage sources are shorted. (b) only current sources are open circuited. (c) only voltage sources are shorted. (d) voltage sources are shorted and current sources are open circuited.
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While calculating Rth in Thevenin's theorem and Norton equivalent?
While calculating Rth in Thevenin's theorem and Norton equivalent?
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While calculating Rth in Thevenin's theorem and Norton equivalent all independent sources are made dead.
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Faucet A basically used as inlet pipe and Faucet B is used as outlet pipe. Faucet A and B both are opened simultaneously, all the time. When Faucet A fills the tank and Faucet B empty the tank, it will take thrice the time than when both the pipes fill the tank. When Faucet B is used for filling the tank, its efficiency remains constant. What is the ratio of efficiency of Faucet A and Faucet B respectively? a) 1:2 b) 2:1 c) 1:3 d) 3:1
Faucet A basically used as inlet pipe and Faucet B is used as outlet pipe. Faucet A and B both are opened simultaneously, all the time. When Faucet A fills the tank and Faucet B empty the tank, it will take thrice the time than when both the pipes fill the tank. When Faucet B is used for filling the tank, its efficiency remains constant. What is the ratio of efficiency of Faucet A and Faucet B respectively? a) 1:2 b) 2:1 c) 1:3 d) 3:1
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B Efficiency when both pipes used to fill = A + B And efficiency when Faucet A is used to fill and Faucet B is used to empty the tank = A-B So (A+B)/(A-B)=3/1 A/B+1/(A/B-1)=3/1 A/B+1=3(A/B-1) 3A/B-A/B=4 2A/B=4 A/B=2 Thus, the ratio of efficiency of Faucet A and B =2:1
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A bus and a truck are available to cross a jungle. The speed of the truck is thrice that of the bus. The capacity of the truck is 60 persons and that of bus is 40 persons. The average occupancy of the bus is twice that of the truck. The tickets for the bus and the truck cost Re 1 and Re 1.50 respectively. What is the ratio of the average rupee collection of the truck to that of the bus in a day? Assume there is no wastage time between trips and the occupancy of the bus/truck is defined as the ratio of the actual number of persons boarding it and its capacity. a) 9:17 b) 17:9 c) 8:27 d) 27:8 e) None of these
A bus and a truck are available to cross a jungle. The speed of the truck is thrice that of the bus. The capacity of the truck is 60 persons and that of bus is 40 persons. The average occupancy of the bus is twice that of the truck. The tickets for the bus and the truck cost Re 1 and Re 1.50 respectively. What is the ratio of the ... bus/truck is defined as the ratio of the actual number of persons boarding it and its capacity. a) 9:17 b) 17:9 c) 8:27 d) 27:8 e) None of these
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Answer: D Average Rupee collection = Speed× capacity × Occupancy × Ticket rate Ratio of average Rupee collection of truck to that of bus= product of above rate According to question, (3×60×1×1.5):(1×40×2×1)= 270:80=27:8
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When 30 percent of a number is added to another number the second number increases to its 140 per cent. What is the ratio between the first and the second number? a) 3 : 4 b) 4 : 3 c) 3 : 2 d) 4 : 5 e) None of these
When 30 percent of a number is added to another number the second number increases to its 140 per cent. What is the ratio between the first and the second number? a) 3 : 4 b) 4 : 3 c) 3 : 2 d) 4 : 5 e) None of these
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Answer: B of x=140% of y or, y + 0.3x = 1.4y or, 0.3x = 0.4y ∴ x : y = 0.4 : 0.3 = 4 : 3
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Three persons enter into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 9:8:1. After one year P double its investment and R puts another Rs.6000 to the initial investment. Now the ratio of investment changes to 9:8:2. What is total investment P,Q, R after 2years? A) 108000. B) 114000. C) 126000. D) None
Three persons enter into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 9:8:1. After one year P double its investment and R puts another Rs.6000 to the initial investment. Now the ratio of investment changes to 9:8:2. What is total investment P,Q, R after 2years? A) 108000. B) 114000. C) 126000. D) None
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Answer: B) Let investment of P, Q & R are 9x,8x & x for 1year. After 1 year ratio of their investments. 9:8:2 =9 x +18x : 8x: x+6000=27x :8x: x+6000 X =Rs.6000 Total investments of P, Q & R After 2 years =[9+8+2]*6000=Rs.114000.
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In an examination mahi scores 64% of marks, nitesh scores 52% of marks and ritesh scores 48% of marks. The maximum mark of the exam is a three digit number, whose sum is 10 and the middle digit is equal to the sum of the other two digits. The number will decreased by 297, if its digit are reversed. approximately what is the average mark obtained by mahi, nitesh and ritesh? A) 247 B) 248 C) 264 D) 284
In an examination mahi scores 64% of marks, nitesh scores 52% of marks and ritesh scores 48% of marks. The maximum mark of the exam is a three digit number, whose sum is 10 and the middle digit is equal to the sum of the other two digits. The number will decreased by 297, if its digit are reversed. approximately what is the average mark obtained by mahi, nitesh and ritesh? A) 247 B) 248 C) 264 D) 284
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A) Maximum mark consist of a three digit number let's consider Unit digit place is Z,ten's place digit is Y and hundred's place digit is X. According to the question, Y=x+z---------1 X+Y ... Total number of Mahi, Nitesh and Ritesh =164/100 451=739.61 Required average =739.64/3=246.54~247.
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There are 2 vessels. 1st vessel contains 5white and 5 blue thread roll. 2nd vessel contains 4 white and 6 black thread roll. One roll is taken at random from first vessel and put to second vessel without noticing its color. Now a roll is chosen at random from 2nd vessel. What is the probability of the second roll being a white colored roll? A) 11/13 B) 9/11 C) 13/11 D) 5/12
There are 2 vessels. 1st vessel contains 5white and 5 blue thread roll. 2nd vessel contains 4 white and 6 black thread roll. One roll is taken at random from first vessel and put to second vessel without noticing its color. Now a roll is chosen at random from 2nd vessel. What is the probability of the second roll being a white colored roll? A) 11/13 B) 9/11 C) 13/11 D) 5/12
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Answer: B) Case 1: first was a white roll Now it is put in second vessel, so total white rolls in second vessel = 4+1 = 5, and total rolls in second vessel = 10+1 = 11 So probability of white roll ... = 5/11+4/11 = 9/11 (added the cases because we want one of these cases to happen and not both)
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A dice is rolled from its current position (A) through B, C and D to stop at position E. What will be the number on the top of the dice at position E, if each pair of its opposite faces adds to seven?
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While Lilo was playing with a toy tractor, she rolled it over an ink drop. The image on the right shows the ink drop and the marks on the floor left by tractor’s wheels. The diameter of the back wheel of the tractor is 1.5 times that of its front wheel. What is the number of revolutions made by the front wheel between the ink drop and the last mark?
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What is network topology? Explain star and bus topology with its advantages
What is network topology? Explain star and bus topology with its advantages
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Topology of LANs Networks can be laid out in different ways. The physical layout, or shape of network, or the way in which network connections are made is called a topology. It refers ... computer failure does not bring down the whole network It is more flexible among the remaining topology.
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What is phase failure relay and how it's work?
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What is glass-wool? Give its properties and applications.
What is glass-wool? Give its properties and applications.
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Glass wool: It is fibrous wool like material, which is made up of fine filament of glass like ordinary wool is known as glass wool. Properties :- 1) Its thermal conductivity is low ... motors, ovens, refrigerators. 5) It is used in the manufacturing fiber glass by reinforcing with plastic resins
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What is op amp and its application?
What is op amp and its application?
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what is rectifier and its types?
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rectifier is a device which converts AC voltage to pulsating DC voltage using one or more diode diode conducts only in unit direction that is forward bias condition practically it does not conduct ... types one is with using two diodes and Centre tap Transformer and another is bridge wave rectifier
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what is UPS and what are its uses?
what is UPS and what are its uses?
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Ups means uninterrupted power supply It supplies power when there is power supply outage. This is done by storing power in battery banks while power is on and then during power outage the DC in battery is converted to a.c by inverters
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The soil water which is of the greatest importance to the plant life is (1) Gravitational water (2) Capillary water (3) Hygroscopic water (4) Combined water
The soil water which is of the greatest importance to the plant life is (1) Gravitational water (2) Capillary water (3) Hygroscopic water (4) Combined water
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Capillary water
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While selecting motor for an A.C which of the following characteristics is of great importance
While selecting motor for an A.C which of the following characteristics is of great importance (1) Type of bearings (2) Type of enclosure (3) Noise (4) Arrangement for power transmission
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The hydraulic brakes used in automobiles is a direct application of : (1) Archimedes’ principle (2) Toricellian law (3) Bernoulli’s theorem (4) Pascal’s law
The hydraulic brakes used in automobiles is a direct application of : (1) Archimedes’ principle (2) Toricellian law (3) Bernoulli’s theorem (4) Pascal’s law
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Pascal’s law
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May 29, 2018
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Superposition theorem is not applicable to network containing:
Superposition theorem is not applicable to network containing: (1) Non linear element (2) Dependent voltage source (3) Dependent current source (4) Transformer.
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In application of superposition theorem, one is required to solve as many circuits as there are
In application of superposition theorem, one is required to solve as many circuits as there are 1. Nodes 2. Branches 3. Meshes 4. Sources
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In application of superposition theorem, one is required to solve as many circuits as there are Sources
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