GATE EE Question Paper 2001.
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load terminals. The initial rms currert in the generator in per unit is
Among the following four, the slowest ADC (analog- to— digital converter) is
a) parallel-comparator (i.e., flash) type
(b) successive approximation type
(c) integrating type
(d) counting type
A loss less radial transmission line with surge impedance loading
(a) takes negative VAR at sending end and zero VAR at receiving end
(b) takes positive VAR at sending end and zero VAR at receiving end
(c) has flat voltage profile and unity power factor at all points along it
(d) has sending end voltage higher than receivLng end voltage and unity power factor at sending end
In the protection of transformers, harmonic restraint is used to guard against
(a) magnetizing inrush current
(b) unbalanced operation
(d) switching over-voltages