GATE EE Question Paper 1997.
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A transfer instrument employed in the standardization of a polar type ac. potentiometer is
(a) an electrostatic instrument
(b) a thermal instrument
(c) a dynamometer instrument
(d) a moving coil instrument
In a LVDT, the two secondary voltages
(a) are independent of the core position
(b) vary unequally depending on the core
(c) vary equally depending on the core position
(d) are always in the phase quadrature
The primary current in a current transformer is dictated by
(a) the secondary burden
(L) the core of the transformer
(c) the load current
(d) none of the above
A major advantage of active filters is that they can be realized without using
If a diode is connected in anti-parallel with a thyristor, then
(a) both turn-off power loss and turn-off time decrease
(b) turn-off power loss decreases but turn-off lime increases
(c) turn-off power loss increases, but turn-off time decreases
(d) none of the above