What is a non linear load?

What is a non linear load?

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Description : Why do non linear loads cause harmonics?

Description : What is the difference between linear and nonlinear electrical loads?

Description : Linear and non-linear device

Answer : Linear and non-linear device

Description : Two non -inverting amplifiers, one having a unity gain and the other having again of twenty are made using identical operational amplifiers. As compared to the unity gain amplifier, the amplifier with gain twenty has

Answer : Two non -inverting amplifiers, one having a unity gain and the other having again of twenty are made using identical operational amplifiers. As compared to the unity gain amplifier, the amplifier with gain twenty has less bandwidth

Description : Measurement of a non -electrical quantity involves the following four subsystems:  a) amplifier block b) display block c) instrumentation block d) transducer block  The correct, sequence in which these block occur is  (1) d,a,c,b (2) d, c, a, b (3) a, c, b, d (4) a, b, c, d

Answer : Measurement of a non -electrical quantity involves the following four subsystems:  a) amplifier block b) display block c) instrumentation block d) transducer block  The correct, sequence in which these block occur is d,a,c,b

Answer : Yes, Induction heating is used for both magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

Description : What are ‘Linear actuators’ ? State applications.

Answer : What are ‘Linear actuators’ ? State applications.

Description : What do you mean by linear convolution?

Description : What are the disadvantages of the linear regulator? how are they overcome in the switching regulator? What is continuous and discontinuous mode switching regulator?

Answer : Disadvantages of the linear regulator: Linear regulator waste power in the form of heat. Linear regulator has very low efficiency. Linear regulator cannot be used for the step ... between continuous mode and discontinuous mode switching regulator.

Description : what is linear regulator?

Description : A linear network has a current input 4cos(ω t + 20º)A and a voltage output 10 cos(ωt +110º) V. Determine the associated impedance.

Description : Linear algebra problem: Rank of a matrix

Answer : Linear algebra problem: Rank of a matrix https://youtu.be/b7tPLA3_y6Y

Description : Linear algebra problem: The determinant of the matrix

Answer : Answer : Linear algebra problem: The determinant of the matrix

Description : Linear Algebra Problem the solution to the system of equations

Answer : Linear Algebra Problem the solution to the system of equations https://youtu.be/y_FlupirxZM

Description : Linear Algebra Problem 2

Answer : https://youtu.be/zAPDYO0q-9w Linear Algebra Problem 2

Description : Linear Algebra Problem The product of eigen values of the matrix

Answer : Linear Algebra Problem The product of eigen values of the matrix https://youtu.be/JGcynUZFQ78

Description : A system is linear if and only if it satisfies

Answer : A system is linear if and only if it satisfies principle of superposition and principle of homogeneity

Description : A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources. If values of all the resistors are doubled then the voltage across each resistor will

Answer : A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources. If values of all the resistors are doubled then the voltage across each resistor will not change

Description : Which of the following converts linear displacement from a mechanical reference into a proportional electrical signal containing phase and amplitude information? A) CRO B) LVDT C) RVDT D) None of these

Answer : Which of the following converts linear displacement from a mechanical reference into a proportional electrical signal containing phase and amplitude information? A) CRO B) LVDT C) RVDT D) None of these

Description : The power flow problem mathematical model for a linear transmission network (A) is non-linear (B) is linear (C) considers time variation of generation (D) does not consider tap-changing transformers

Answer : The power flow problem mathematical model for a linear transmission network is non-linear

Description : Is a convolution linear?

Description : write short notes on Linear motor.

Answer : Normal electrical motor produces rotatory motion same the linear motor produces linear motion. Linear motors have low efficiency. Linear motor can directly produce straight line motion linear motor do not required gears or crank shaft to produce linear motion.

Description : Linear Time Invariant (LTI) System

Answer : Linear Time Invariant System Linear system means a system which possesses the property of superposition. Time invariant system means its behavior and characteristics are fixed over time. Before ... from the impulse response. Impulse response is related to frequency response via Fourier transform.

Description : An SSB transmitter produces a peak-to-peak voltage of 200 V across a 100 Ω antenna load. What is the Peak Envelope Power? A) 49.98 W B) 79.98 W C) 99.96 W D) 199.93 W

Answer : An SSB transmitter produces a peak-to-peak voltage of 200 V across a 100 Ω antenna load. What is the Peak Envelope Power? A) 49.98 W B) 79.98 W C) 99.96 W D) 199.93 W

Description : Explain MCB and ELCB with connection diagram supplying single phase load.

Answer : OR OR Explanation: * MCB provides short circuit protection. * MCB provides overload protection * ELCB provides earth fault protection. * MCB is in series with ... occurs, the ELCB cuts off the power within the time of 0.1 sec. automatically to protect the personnel.

Description : Explain with neat circuit diagrams the procedures to perform no load and blocked rotor tests on three phase induction motor.

Description : Single-phase mid-point controlled rectifier with RL load

Answer : Single-phase mid-point controlled rectifier with RL load : The circuit configuration of single-phase midpoint controlled rectifier is shown in the figure. During positive half-cycle of ... some part of next positive half-cycle of voltage with reversed polarity can appear across load.

Description : Class A Load Commutation

Answer : Class A: Load Commutation: The class A or load commutation (also called self-commutation or resonant commutation) is employed in thyristor circuits supplied from DC source. The commutating components include ... biased. Thus the zero-current and reverse-bias cause the thyristor to turn-off.

Description : Single-phase Midpoint controlled rectifier with Resistive load

Answer : Single-phase Midpoint controlled rectifier with Resistive load:  1) During positive half cycle of AC supply, a is positive with respect to b , this makes T1 forward biased and T2 is reverse ... voltage reverses the polarity and T2 is turned off. The operation is as shown in waveforms.

Description : Define for polyphase circuit (i) Balanced load (ii) Unbalanced load. Draw one example circuit for each type of load.

Answer : i) Balanced Load: Balanced three phase load is defined as star or delta connection of three equal impedances having equal real parts and equal imaginary parts.  Example circuit:  ii) ... satisfy the condition of balance, then it is called as unbalanced load.  Example circuit:

Answer : Sr.No. Points Base load plant Peak load plant  1 Definition The power plant which supplies base load of load curve is known as base load plant The power ... power station   Small capacity storage hydro, pumped storage hydro, gas, diesel power station.

Answer : 1. Connected Load: It is the sum of load of all equipment's connected to supply system which are in use or not in use of each consumer. OR   The sum of connected load of all consumers ... is the maximum load which a consumer uses at a particular time period out of his total connected load.

Description : Why does the speed of a DC shunt motor decrease as the load increases?

Answer : Because if the load is increasing then the torque must also be increase. If not then the speed of motor will decrease.

Description : Define the terms: i) Tariff ii) Fuel surcharge iii) Electricity Duty iv) Connected load

Answer : i) Tariff: The rate at which a consumer is charged for the consumption of electricity is called as tariff. OR The amount of money framed by the supplier for the supply of electrical energy ... is the total wattage of all appliances which are used by the consumer on his sanctioned connection.

Description : Define the following terms related to tariff: (i) Connected load (ii) Unit consumed (iii) Fixed charges (iv) Electricity Tax

Answer : (i) Connected load  It is the sum of the power ratings (Watts or kW or MW) of all devices and machines existing (installed) in the premises of consumer. It is used to decide the ... a percentage of the total electricity bill which includes all amounts that go to the electricity supply agency.

Answer : i) Residential load: The electrical load which is used in residential installation is called as residential load. E.g. incandescent lamp, florescent tube, fan ,5A socket &15A socket etc.   ii ... 3-ph any type of motor, electric furnace ,oven,welding transformer and any power load etc.

Description : Compare base load plant with peak load plant on any two points.

Answer : Points Base load plant Peak load plant Definition The power plant which supplies base load of load curve is known as base load plant  The power plant which supplies ... ,thermal,nuclear power station Small capacity storage hydro,pumped storage hydro,gas,diesel power station.

Description : State why nuclear power plants are used as base load plants and diesel power plants as a peak load plant.

Answer : 1. Because of following points Nuclear power plant used as base load power plant:-  1. Nuclear power plants is very economical for producing bulk amount of electric power 2. Nuclear power plant is reliable ... . The plants can be put on load easily. 4. Diesel engines take less time to make OFF.

Description : Explain with diagram load duration curve.

Answer : It is drawn from load curve. It is graph of load (MW/KW) arranged in descending order of magnitude with respect to time.

Description : Define each of following terms: i) Connected load ii) Spinning reserve.

Answer : i) Connected Load :- It is the sum of load of all equipment connected to supply system which are in use or not in use of each consumer. ii) Spinning Reserve:- It is reserved generating capacity in operation and connected to bus bar and ready to take a load.

Description : Define balanced 3 phase load.

Answer : Balanced 3 phase Load: Balanced three phase load is defined as star or delta connection of three equal impedances having equal real parts and equal imaginary parts. It takes same current of equal magnitude and equal phase angle.

Description : Define balanced and unbalanced load in three phase circuit.

Answer : Balanced Load: When all the imedances of 3 phases are equal in magnitude and of same nature then load is said to be balanced.  Unbalanced Load: When all the imedances of 3 phases are not equal in magnitude and of different nature then load is said to be unbalanced.

Description : Define load and line regulation.

Answer : 1. Load regulation : The load regulation indicates how much the load voltage changes when the load current changes. The load regulation is defined as:  % Load regulation = (VNL-VFL) / VFL *100  ... the power supply. A well-regulated power supply can have a line regulation of less than 0.1%.

Description : A balanced Delta connected load supplied with 440 V 50 Hz three phase AC supply has R=10 Ohm and L=0.6 mH in is each arm. Calculate line and phase current, active power.

Description : A zener voltage regulator has load requirements of 12 V and 2 A. The zener diode minimum current requirement is 0.2 A. The minimum voltage at input is 24 V. What is the required value of series resistance with source? A) 5.45 Ω B) 6 Ω C) 7.2 Ω D) 6.38 Ω

Answer : A zener voltage regulator has load requirements of 12 V and 2 A. The zener diode minimum current requirement is 0.2 A. The minimum voltage at input is 24 V. What is the required value of series resistance with source? A) 5.45 Ω B) 6 Ω C) 7.2 Ω D) 6.38 Ω

Description : A 40 kVA transformer has a core loss of 400 W and a full load copper loss of 800 W. The proportion of full load at maximum efficiency is

Answer : A 40 kVA transformer has a core loss of 400 W and a full load copper loss of 800 W. The proportion of full load at maximum efficiency is 0.707

Description : A 240 V, dc shunt motor draws 15 A while supplying the rated load at a speed of 80 rad/s. The armature resistance is 0.5 W and the field winding resistance is 80 W. The net Voltage across armature resistance at the time of plugging will be

Answer : A 240 V, dc shunt motor draws 15 A while supplying the rated load at a speed of 80 rad/s. The armature resistance is 0.5 W and the field winding resistance is 80 W. The net Voltage across armature resistance at the time of plugging will be 474 V

Description : In load flow Study, a PV bus is treated as a PQ bus when

Answer : Voltage at the bus becomes high

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