Why do we use Gauss elimination method?

Why do we use Gauss elimination method?

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Description : Why do we use AC current in our homes?

Answer : We used it for cooking rice,  For washing clothes and for lights in the house.

Description : Why do we use VLSI?

Answer : VLSI is Very Large Scale Integration. VLSI is very useful for compact design. More functionalities in smaller size. VLSI IC have small power consumption as compared to discrete components circuit. VLSI can be use for different functions in compact size.

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Description : What is Newton Raphson Method example?

Description : 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

Answer : 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

Description : What do we use to generate electricity?

Answer : Use wind turbines.  In a windy seashore we set up some wind turbines.  But when the place is not windy we got no electricity.

Description : How do we use nuclear energy to generate electricity?

Answer : nuclear energy is produce by nuclei of atom

Description : 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

Answer : 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

Description : Can we use the synchronous motor as the synchronous capacitor?

Answer : Yes, we can use the synchronous motor as the synchronous capacitor when the synchrnous motor is overexcited.

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Description : Explain the thermal triggering method of SCR. Enlist different triggering methods of SCR.

Answer : Types of Triggering: 1) Forward voltage triggering 2) Thermal triggering (Temperature triggering) 3) Radiation triggering (Light triggering) 4) dv/dt triggering 5) Gate triggering ... generated leakage current increases. This current gets multiplied internally and thyristor is turned on.

Description : Illustrate with neat wiring diagram a single lamp control by two point method.

Answer : Single lamp control by two point method:  This system is commonly used for stair case wiring. It consists of two way switches (the switch operates always in one of the two possible positions) the ... the person will change the position of switch S2, so that the lamp will be switched OFF'.

Description : Draw and explain vacuum impregnation method of varnishing.

Description : A parallel RLC circuit has the node equation Determine v(t) using the phasor method.

Answer : A parallel RLC circuit has the node equation Determine v(t) using the phasor method.

Description : Describe fire extinguishing method.

Answer : (i) Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems  This type is the most suitable & widely recommended one for electrical fires. Carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers are normally Class C ... particles to expand chemically inhibiting combustion and expelling the oxygen thereby smothering the flames.

Description : Draw and explain bulk correction method for power factor & control.

Answer : Bulk correction method for power factor & control: i) Here individual starter controls the capacitors located at distribution panel. ii) Centralized compensation is employed in large industrial plants where many ... capacitor units in steps to maintain P.F. more than preset limit (0.95).

Description : Explain energy conservation method in lighting system by using installation of separate transformer / servo stabilizer.

Answer : Energy conservation techniques by installation of separate transformer / servo stabilizer: The luminous efficiency of lamps depends upon the voltage applied across the terminals. It gives its best ... the voltage constant in that installation for giving best luminous efficiency of lamps.

Description : Merits of two wattmeter method

Answer : Advantages of Two Wattmeter Method for 3-Phase Power Measurement: 1) It is used for balanced as well as unbalanced load. 2) For the star type load, it is not necessary to ... reactive volt-amperes for balanced loads also. 7) The circuit connections are independent of load connection.

Description : Write one advantage and one disadvantage each for spring control method and gravity control method.

Answer : Advantages of Spring Control Method: 1) The spring-controlled meters may be used in any position. 2) In some instruments, springs can be used as current leads. 3) As springs are light in weight ... only. 2) Scale is non-uniform. 3) Control weights add to the weight of instrument.

Description : State any two disadvantages of one wattmeter method of measurement of 3 phase power.

Answer : State any two disadvantages of one wattmeter method of measurement of 3 phase power. Disadvantages of one wattmeter method:- 1. Only used for balanced load 2. It can not be used for ... connection then neutral point must be available 4. Delta connection must be opened to connect current coil.

Description : With neat diagram explain calibration of energy meter by direct loading method.

Answer : Calibration of Energy Meter by Direct Loading Method:  There are three methods for testing/calibration:  1. Long period dial test  2. Using rotary sub- standard meter  3. Using precision grade instruments  All ... of substandard meter in kWh  Then % error = [(D - DS)/DS] x 100

Description : Explain V- I method of measurement of medium resistance.

Answer : In this method, use suitable source, ammeter and voltmeter and connect them as shown in the above diagram. Take reading of voltmeter and ammeter, then value of resistance = R = V/I Ω To minimise the error take 4 to 5 observation for the same resistance and take their average.

Description : Explain spring control method with neat diagram.

Answer : Spring Control Method: As shown in the figure the inner ends of the both springs are attahced to the spindle ,while outer end of upper spring is attached to the lever and outer end of ... the springs are twisted in opposite direction to the motion of pointer and produce controlling torque.

Description : List one advantage and one disadvantage of one wattmeter method.

Answer : Advantages:  1) Only one wattmeter is used.  2) Less number of connections.  3) Cost required is less.  Disadvantages:  1) Used only for 3- Φ balanced load and not for ... be accessible for connecting the Pressure coil.  3) Delta connection must be opened to connect current coil.

Description : List any four errors in induction type energy meter. Give method of compensation for each.

Answer : Errors in Induction Type Energy Meter with their Compensation:  1) Error due to friction: This error can be compensated by the additional shading band provided on the shunt electromagnet.  2) Phase ... error: This error can be compensated by providing a flux diverter' to the current magnet.

Description : The self GMD method is used to evaluate

Answer : The self GMD method is used to evaluate inductance and capacitance

Description : The power consumed by a balanced 3-ph load is measured by two-wattmeter method. The meter readings are 8 kW and 4 kW. The power factor of the load is (A) zero (B) 0.5 (C) between zero and 0.5 (D) between 0.5 and unity

Answer : The power consumed by a balanced 3-ph load is measured by two-wattmeter method. The meter readings are 8 kW and 4 kW. The power factor of the load is between 0.5 and unity

Description : The bridge method commonly used for finding mutual inductance is (A) Heaviside Campbell bridge (B) Schering bridge (C) De Sauty bridge (D) Wien bridge

Answer : The bridge method commonly used for finding mutual inductance is Heaviside Campbell bridge

Answer : Plugging braking method can bring the locomotive to dead stop.

Answer : Plugging method of braking is generally used in elevators.

Answer : Regenerative method of braking is based on that back e.m.f. is equal to the applied voltage.

Answer : The main disadvantage of the Ward-Leonard control method is high initial cost, high maintenance cost, low efficiency at light loads.

Answer : For constant torque drive armature voltage control speed control method is preferred.

Answer : Speed control by Ward Leonard method gives uniform speed variation in both directions.

Answer : Annual depreciation as per straight line method, is calculated by the capital cost minus the salvage value, is divided by the number of years of life.

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Description : State the use of synchroscope.

Answer : Use of Synchroscope: The synchroscope is used to determine the exact instant of switching required to connect the alternators in parallel or put an alternator in parallel with the infinite bus. ... idea of the faster or slower machine to make adjustments in speed of alternators for synchronising.

Description : State the advantages of use of high voltage in transmission of Electric power.

Answer : Advantages: 1. As Transmission voltage increases, current decreases. 2. As current decreases, cross section of conductor decreases. 3. As cross section of conductor decreases, its ... high voltage transmission line, successful interconnection of transmission line is possible than low voltage.

Description : What is the use of transformer?

Answer : The use of transformer  is to do lower or raise  the voltage or currents in an electrical  circuit.  That's quite so simple.

Description : Use phasors to find

Answer : Use phasors to find

Description : State the use of:- (i) Clip-on-ammeter (ii) Phase sequence indicator

Answer : (i) Clip-on-ammeter: used for measurement of current in cables/lines in live conditions without disconnecting them.  (ii) Phase sequence indicator: To determine /find the phase sequence of 3 phase supply.

Description : An _____________is a network of electrical components used to supply, transfer and use electric power:  (A) Electric power system (B) Electric power (C) All of the above (D) None of the above

Answer : An Electric power system is a network of electrical components used to supply, transfer and use electric power.

Description : The use of regenerator in a gas turbine cycle  (1) increases efficiency but has no effect on output (2) increases output but has no effect on efficiency (3) increases both efficiency and output (4) increases efficiency but decreases output

Answer : The use of regenerator in a gas turbine cycle increases efficiency but has no effect on output

Description : Magnetic circuit breakers use _________ A) Permanent magnets B) Earth magnets C) Solenoid D) All the above

Answer : Magnetic circuit breakers use Solenoid

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Answer : Diode is a device which allows the flow of current in one direction and blocks the current in opposite direction.

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