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What is the role of a transducer?

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Description : What is the difference between a sensor and a transducer?

Description : What is a transducer and how does it work?

Answer : An electronic device that converts one form of energy to another form.for example a transducer is used in microphone to convert speech signals to electrical signal.on the other hand,transducer is used to convert an electrical signal to speech signals in speakers.

Description : What is a piezoelectric transducer used for?

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Description : Summerise the role of power system engineer.

Answer : Role of power system engineer:  i. On the planning side he or she has to make decisions on how much electricity to generate  ii. For operation of the power system he has to plan for ... for energy conservation and load management. viii. For solving the power system problems he has to update with

Description : role of the series resistance connected in PMMC movement.

Answer : A PMMC Instrument can be used as voltmeter by just connecting a series resistance with the moving coil. This series resistance is called Voltmeter Multiplier. This combination of moving coil and ... current whose voltage is to be measured. Ideally the resistance of voltmeter should be infinite

Description : role of tuned LC circuit in tuned amplifier.

Answer : In order to pick up and amplify the desired radio frequency signal, the resistive load in the audio amplifier is replaced by a tuned circuit (also called a parallel resonant circuit)as shown ... desired radio frequency signal. (ii)Amplification of the selected signal to a suitable voltage level.

Description : Define transducer. State factors which are considered while selecting transducer for a particular application.

Answer : Transducer - It converts one form of signal into another form. A transducer is a device that is used to convert a physical quantity into its corresponding electrical signal. ... compatibility : The transducer should maintain input and output characteristic for the selected environmental condition.

Description : Define Analog Transducer and give examples of it

Answer : Analog Transducer: An analog transducer is a device that converts the input signal into a continuous DC signal of voltage or current. Examples: * Strain gauge * L.V.D.T * Thermocouple * Thermistor

Description : State principle of operation of piezo-electric transducer. State its application.

Answer : The piezoelectric element used for converting mechanical movement into electric signals. The mechanical deformation generates charges and this charge appears as a voltage across the electrodes.  ... destructive test (NDT) equipments 6. Piezoelectric materials are used in ultrasonic transducers. 

Description : Write example of each type (i) Primary transducer (ii) Active transducer (iii) Electrical transducer (iv) Digital transducer

Answer : (i) Active transducer:-Thermocouple, piezoelectric, photovoltaic cell (ii) Primary transducer:- Bourdon tube, bellows, (iii) Electrical transducer.:- LVDT,RVDT, Hall effect, strain gauge, ... , optical pyrometer, radiation pyrometer (iv) Digital transducer:- Linear Encoder, digital taco generator

Description : State the use of RADAR type level transducer & list two advantages.

Answer : Applications of radar type transducer: i) RADAR type level transducer is suitable for large tanks with range upto 200m for level measurement. ii) It is used for continuous level measurement. ... iii) Not affected by corrosive materials. iv) Can be used for hard to handle' applications.

Description : List any two materials for Piezoelectric transducer.

Answer : i) Quartz crystal, ii) Barium titanete , iii) Rochelle salt , iv) Lithium Sulphate, v) Potassium Dihydrogen phosphate.

Description : State the necessity of transducer.

Answer : Necessity of Transducer: Input quantity for most of the Instrumentation systems is non - electrical quantity. To convert non- electrical quantities like heat, pressure, level, flow rate, ... use electrical methods and techniques for measurement, manipulation and control, transducers are required.

Description : List four electric pressure transducer.

Answer : List of electric pressure measuring devices: 1. Diaphragm with strain gauge 2. Bourdon Tube with LVDT 3. Differential Pressure cell 4. Piezoelectric type pressure transducer 5. Capacitance pressure transducer 6. Optical Pressure transducer 7. Resistive pressure transducer 

Description : Define transducer. Give two examples.

Answer : Transducer - It converts one form of signal into another form. A transducer is a device that is used to convert a physical quantity into its corresponding electrical signal.  Classification - 1. Active transducer 2. Passive transducer 

Description : Piezoelectric Transducer is used to measure  (1) displacement (2) resistance (3) current (4) temperature

Answer : Piezoelectric Transducer is used to measure displacement 

Description : The transducer with negative temperature co-efficient of resistance is (A) Thermistor (B) Resistance Thermometer (C) Strain Gauge (D) Thermocouple

Answer : The transducer with negative temperature co-efficient of resistance is Thermistor

Description : An accelerometer has input range of 0 to 10g, natural frequency 30 Hz and mass 0.001 kg. The range of the secondary displacement transducer in mm required to cover the input range is (A) 0 to 2.76 (B) 0 to 9.81 (C) 0 to 11.20 (D) 0 to 52.10

Answer : An accelerometer has input range of 0 to 10g, natural frequency 30 Hz and mass 0.001 kg. The range of the secondary displacement transducer in mm required to cover the input range is 0 to 2.76

Description :  If the range of an analog transducer is 0 to 10 V, then for a resolution of 5 mV, the bits of ADC will be _____.

Answer :  If the range of an analog transducer is 0 to 10 V, then for a resolution of 5 mV, the bits of ADC will be 11.

Description : Following transducer is an active transducer: (1) Carbon Microphone (2) Piezoelectric Microphone (3) LVDT (4) Strain Gauge 

Answer : Following transducer is an active transducer: Piezoelectric Microphone

Description : Which one of the following is not a transducer in the true sense?   (A) Thermocouple (B) Piezoelectric pick-up (C) Photo voltaic cell (D) LCD.

Answer : Which one of the following is not a transducer in the true sense?   (A) Thermocouple (B) Piezoelectric pick-up (C) Photo voltaic cell (D) LCD.

Description : What is the working principle of pressure transmitter?

Description : What are the different types of sensors?

Description : What is the temperature sensor?

Answer : Temperature sensor is a device usually Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) or Thermocouple that provides for temperature measurement through electrical signal.

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Description : What are bulliform cells? What is their role?

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Description : In which stage of cell does crossing over occur? What is its role in the origin of species? 

Answer : Ans: Pachytene of Meiosis. It brings about variations in the off spring. Continuation of these variations for several generations leads to origin of new species. 

Description : What do you see as the proper role/mission of… …a good (job title you’re seeking); …a good manager; …an executive in serving the community; …a leading company in our industry; etc.

Answer : TRAPS: These and other proper role questions are designed to test your understanding of your place in the bigger picture of your department, company, community and profession .as well as the proper role each ... done to identify the culture of the firm, the more on-target your answer will be.    

Description : How does the setting of cement takes place & what is the role of gypsum in setting of cement ?

Answer : When mixed with water, the setting of cement takes place to give a hard mass. This is due to the hydration of the molecules of the constituents and their rearrangement. The purpose of adding gypsum is only to slow down the process of setting of the cement so that it gets sufficiently hardened. 

Description : What is ejector? Explain role and necessity of ejector in the design of jigs and fixtures.

Answer : Ejector: Ejector is used to remove the work piece from close fitted locators and is present behind the work piece. Ejector speed up the operation by reducing unloading time. This increases the ... [6] The combined mechanism used in Ejectors can be powered hydraulically or by compressed air. 

Description : In the guidance of learning a teacher has many important roles. Which one of the following is the least important aspect of the teachers' role in the guidance of learning? Options: A) The ... moral support. D) The development of insight into what constitute the pitfalls and danger to be avoided.

Answer : D) The development of insight into what constitute the pitfalls and danger to be avoided.

Description : Which is the most important aspect of the teacher's role in learning? Options: A) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance B) The development of insight ... The provision of encouragement and moral support D) The provision of continuous diagnostic and remedial help

Answer : A) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance 

Description : Which of the following is the least important aspect of the teacher's role in the guidance of learning? Options: A) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance B) The ... avoided C) The provision of continuous diagnostic and remedial help D) The fore-stalling of habits

Answer : B) The development of insight into what constitute the pitfalls and dangers to be avoided

Description : When students are deliberately attempting to disturb the discipline of the class by making numerous mischievous like throwing of chalks, whistling upon you, calling foul and obscene words, then what ... an indirect threat D) Doing favourable efforts to judge himself and improve the mutual relations

Answer : Doing favourable efforts to judge himself and improve the mutual relations

Description :  In a society, what type of role do you feel for yourself to resurrect values in it? Options: A) Effective B) Un-effective C) Normal D) Nothing to contribute

Answer : A) Effective 

Description : When some students are deliberately attempting to disturb the discipline of the class by making mischief, what will be your role as a teacher? (A) Expelling those students. (B) Isolate those ... group with your authority. (D) Giving them an opportunity for introspection and improve their behaviour.

Answer : (D) Giving them an opportunity for introspection and improve their behaviour. 

Description : Which is the most important aspect of the teacher's role in learning? (A) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance (B) The development of insight into ... The provision of encouragement and moral support (D) The provision of continuous diagnostic and remedial help

Answer : (C) The provision of encouragement and moral support

Description : What is the role of Ombudsman in a bank? (1) To provide quality and speedy redressal of grievances of customers. (2) To provide suggestions for innovative schemes in the banks. (3) To ... of the branches. (4) To monitor the poverty alleviation programmes undertaken by or implemented by the bank.

Answer : To provide quality and speedy redressal of grievances of customers.

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Description : Give one application each of following transducer: (i) LVDT (ii) RVDT (iii) Capacitive (iv) Piezoelectric

Answer : i) LVDT ➢ LVDT used to measure force ➢ LVDT used to measure strain ➢ LVDT used to measure weight ➢ LVDT used to measure tension ➢ LVDT used to measure pressure ➢ The ... flow meters, non-destructive test (NDT) equipment's ➢ Piezoelectric materials are used in ultrasonic transducers.

Description : List any two specifications of electrical pressure transducer.

Answer : Specifications of electrical pressure transducer: - 1. Root Sum Squares (RSS) 2. Non-Linearity 3. Hysteresis 4. Non-Repeatability 5. Long-Term Stability 6. Zero Offset 7. Span ... Size 10. associated circuit 11. sensitivity 12. self-generated or external power source 13. Miscellaneous

Description : Give classification of transducer on any two factors

Answer : The transducers can be classified as: - 1. Active and passive transducers. 2. Analog and digital transducers. 3. On the basis of transduction principle used. 4. Primary and secondary transducer 5. Transducers and inverse transducers

Description : The device in communication satellites which receives signals from an earth station and transmits them to different directions is (1) Transformer (2) Transistor (3) Transponder (4) Transducer

Answer : Transponder

Description : List any four types of transducer.

Answer : Types of Transducer based on Quantity to be Measured Temperature transducers Pressure transducers Displacement transducers Flow transducers Types of Transducer based on the Principle of ... Whether an External Power Source is required or not Active Transducer Passive Transducer

Description : Define : (i) Sensor (ii) Transducer

Answer : (i) Sensor : A device which detects or measures a physical property and records, indicates, or otherwise responds to it. (ii) Transducer : a device that converts variations in a physical quantity, such as pressure or brightness, into an electrical signal, or vice versa.

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