ONLINE MCQ EE-TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION 7

Q61. If the height of transmission tower is
increased, which of the following; parameters
is likely to change ?
 A.  Capacitance
 [Correct Answer]
 B.  Inductance
 [Wrong Answer]
 C.  Resistance
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  All of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
 E.  None of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3968’).click(function(){
qid3968=$(‘#qid3968’).val();
section3968=$(‘#section3968’).val();
type3968=$(‘#type3968’).val();
subtype3968=$(‘#subtype3968’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3968, section: section3968, type: type3968, subtype: subtype3968 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3968’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3968=$(‘#qid3968’).val(”);
section3968=$(‘#section3968’).val(”);
type3968=$(‘#type3968’).val(”);
subtype3968=$(‘#subtype3968’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q62. To increase the capacity of a transmission
line for transmitting power which
of the following must be decreased ?
 A.  Capacitance
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  Line inductance
 [Correct Answer]
 C.  Voltage
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  All of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3969’).click(function(){
qid3969=$(‘#qid3969’).val();
section3969=$(‘#section3969’).val();
type3969=$(‘#type3969’).val();
subtype3969=$(‘#subtype3969’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3969, section: section3969, type: type3969, subtype: subtype3969 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3969’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3969=$(‘#qid3969’).val(”);
section3969=$(‘#section3969’).val(”);
type3969=$(‘#type3969’).val(”);
subtype3969=$(‘#subtype3969’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q63. The ground ring transmission lines are
used to
 A.  reduce the transmission losses
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  reduce the earth capacitance of the
lowest unit
 [Correct Answer]
 C.  increase the earth capacitance of
the lowest unit
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  none of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3970’).click(function(){
qid3970=$(‘#qid3970’).val();
section3970=$(‘#section3970’).val();
type3970=$(‘#type3970’).val();
subtype3970=$(‘#subtype3970’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3970, section: section3970, type: type3970, subtype: subtype3970 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3970’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3970=$(‘#qid3970’).val(”);
section3970=$(‘#section3970’).val(”);
type3970=$(‘#type3970’).val(”);
subtype3970=$(‘#subtype3970’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q64. Ground wire is used to
 A.  avoid overloading
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  give the support to the tower
 [Wrong Answer]
 C.  give good regulation
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  connect, a circuit conductor or other
device to an earth-plate
 [Correct Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3971’).click(function(){
qid3971=$(‘#qid3971’).val();
section3971=$(‘#section3971’).val();
type3971=$(‘#type3971’).val();
subtype3971=$(‘#subtype3971’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3971, section: section3971, type: type3971, subtype: subtype3971 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3971’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3971=$(‘#qid3971’).val(”);
section3971=$(‘#section3971’).val(”);
type3971=$(‘#type3971’).val(”);
subtype3971=$(‘#subtype3971’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q65. Overhead system can be designed for
operation upto
 A.  11 kV
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  33 kV
 [Wrong Answer]
 C.  66 kV
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  400 kV
 [Correct Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3972’).click(function(){
qid3972=$(‘#qid3972’).val();
section3972=$(‘#section3972’).val();
type3972=$(‘#type3972’).val();
subtype3972=$(‘#subtype3972’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3972, section: section3972, type: type3972, subtype: subtype3972 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3972’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3972=$(‘#qid3972’).val(”);
section3972=$(‘#section3972’).val(”);
type3972=$(‘#type3972’).val(”);
subtype3972=$(‘#subtype3972’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q66. The phenomenon of rise in voltage at
the receiving end of the open-circuited
or lightly loaded line is called the
 A.  Seeback effect
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  Ferranti effect
 [Correct Answer]
 C.  Raman effect
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  none of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3973’).click(function(){
qid3973=$(‘#qid3973’).val();
section3973=$(‘#section3973’).val();
type3973=$(‘#type3973’).val();
subtype3973=$(‘#subtype3973’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3973, section: section3973, type: type3973, subtype: subtype3973 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3973’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3973=$(‘#qid3973’).val(”);
section3973=$(‘#section3973’).val(”);
type3973=$(‘#type3973’).val(”);
subtype3973=$(‘#subtype3973’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q67. Due to which of the following reasons the
cables should not, be operated too hot ?
 A.  The oil may loose its viscosity and it
may start drawing off from higher
levels
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  Expansion of the oil may cause the
sheath to burst
 [Wrong Answer]
 C.  Unequal expansion may create voids
in the insulation which will lead to
ionization
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  The thermal instability may rise
due to the rapid increase of dielectric
losses with temperature
 [Wrong Answer]
 E.  All of the above
 [Correct Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3974’).click(function(){
qid3974=$(‘#qid3974’).val();
section3974=$(‘#section3974’).val();
type3974=$(‘#type3974’).val();
subtype3974=$(‘#subtype3974’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3974, section: section3974, type: type3974, subtype: subtype3974 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3974’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3974=$(‘#qid3974’).val(”);
section3974=$(‘#section3974’).val(”);
type3974=$(‘#type3974’).val(”);
subtype3974=$(‘#subtype3974’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q68. The conductors of the overhead lines
are
 A.  solid
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  stranded
 [Correct Answer]
 C.  both solid and stranded
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  none of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3975’).click(function(){
qid3975=$(‘#qid3975’).val();
section3975=$(‘#section3975’).val();
type3975=$(‘#type3975’).val();
subtype3975=$(‘#subtype3975’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3975, section: section3975, type: type3975, subtype: subtype3975 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3975’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3975=$(‘#qid3975’).val(”);
section3975=$(‘#section3975’).val(”);
type3975=$(‘#type3975’).val(”);
subtype3975=$(‘#subtype3975’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q69. The material generally used for armour
of high voltage cables is
 A.  aluminium
 [Wrong Answer]
 B.  steel
 [Correct Answer]
 C.  brass
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  copper
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3976’).click(function(){
qid3976=$(‘#qid3976’).val();
section3976=$(‘#section3976’).val();
type3976=$(‘#type3976’).val();
subtype3976=$(‘#subtype3976’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3976, section: section3976, type: type3976, subtype: subtype3976 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3976’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3976=$(‘#qid3976’).val(”);
section3976=$(‘#section3976’).val(”);
type3976=$(‘#type3976’).val(”);
subtype3976=$(‘#subtype3976’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

Q70. A uniformly-loaded D.C. distributor is
fed at both ends with equal voltages. As
compared to a similar distributor fed at
one end only, the drop at the middle
point is
 A.  one-fourth
 [Correct Answer]
 B.  one-third
 [Wrong Answer]
 C.  one-half
 [Wrong Answer]
 D.  twice
 [Wrong Answer]
 E.  none of the above
 [Wrong Answer]
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘#loaddata3977’).click(function(){
qid3977=$(‘#qid3977’).val();
section3977=$(‘#section3977’).val();
type3977=$(‘#type3977’).val();
subtype3977=$(‘#subtype3977’).val();
$.post(‘../../fav’,{ qid:qid3977, section: section3977, type: type3977, subtype: subtype3977 },function(ajaxresult){
$(‘#getrequest3977’).html(ajaxresult);

qid3977=$(‘#qid3977’).val(”);
section3977=$(‘#section3977’).val(”);
type3977=$(‘#type3977’).val(”);
subtype3977=$(‘#subtype3977’).val(”);
});
});
});

 

ONLINE MCQ EE-TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION 8
ONLINE MCQ EE-TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION 6

Leave a Reply