GATE EE Question Paper 1993.
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6.21 The transient stability of the power system can be effectively improved by
(a) excitation control
(b) phase shifting transformer
(c) single pole switching of circuit breakers
(d) increasing the turbine valve opening
6.18 A three phase slip ring induction motor is fed from the rotor side with stator winding short circuited. The frequency of the currents flowing in the short circuited stator is
(a) slip frequency
(b) supply frequency
(c) frequency corresponding to rotor speed
6.13 The line integral of the vector potential A around the boundary of a surface S represents
(a) flux through in the surface S
(b) flux density in the surface S
(c) magnetic density
(d) current density
6.6 Signal flow graph is used to obtain the
(a) stability of a system
(b) transfer function of a system
(c) control ability of a system
(a’) observe ability of a system