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1. For the same peak value, which of the following
wave has the least mean value?

    (A) Half wave rectified sine wave
    (B) Triangular wave
    (C) Sine wave
    (D) Square wave

2. The phase difference between voltage and
current wave through a circuit element is given as 30°. The essential condition
is that

    (A) Both waves must have same frequency
    (B) Both waves must have identical peak values
    (C) Both waves must have zero value at the same
    time
    (D) None of the above

3. The square waveform of current has following
relation between r.m.s. value and average value.

    (A) r.m.s. value is equal to average value
    (B) r.m.s. value of current is greater than
    average value
    (C) r.m.s. value of current is less than average
    value
    (D) None of the above

4. Time constant of an inductive circuit

    (A) Increases with increase of inductance and decrease
    of resistance
    (B) Increases with the increase of inductance and the
    increase of resistance
    (C) Increases with the decrease of inductance and
    decrease of resistance
    (D) Increases with decrease of inductance and increase
    of resistance

5. In AC. circuits, laminated iron is
invariably used in order to

    (A) Reduce eddy current loss
    (B) Increase heat radiation
    (C) Make assembly cheap and easier
    (D) Reduce circuit permeability

6. At __________ frequencies the parallel R-L circuit
behaves as purely resistive.

    (A) Low
    (B) Very low
    (C) High
    (D) Very high

7. When an alternating current passes through
an ohmic resistance the electrical power converted into heat is

    (A) Apparent power
    (B) True power
    (C) Reactive power
    (D) None of the above

8. Power factor of an electrical circuit is
equal to

    (A) R/Z
    (B) Cosine of phase angle difference between current
    and voltage
    (C) Ratio of useful current to total current Iw/I
    (D) All above

9. In a purely inductive circuit

    (A) Actual power is zero
    (B) Reactive power is zero
    (C) Apparent power is zero
    (D) None of above is zero

10. Time constant of an inductive circuit

    (A) Increases with increase of inductance and decrease
    of resistance
    (B) Increases with the increase of inductance
    and the increase of resistance
    (C) Increases with decrease of inductance and
    decrease of resistance
    (D) Increases with decrease of inductance and increase
    of resistance

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