GATE EE Question Paper 1999.
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When the plate area of a parallel plate capacitor is increased keeping the capacitor voltage constant, the force between the plates
(c) remains constant
(d) may increase or decrease depending on the metal making up the plates.
As the temperature is increased, the voltage across a diode carrying a diode carrying a Constant current
(c) remains constant.
(d) may increase or decrease depending upon the doping levels in the junction.
An electromagnetic field is ridia ted from
(a) a stationary point charge.
(b) a capacitor with a DC voltage.
(c) a conductor carrying a DC current
(d) an oscillating dipole.
Higher synchronous reactance is preferred in the present day alternators, because one can have
(a) reduced sub-transient currents.
(b) reduced harmonic currents.
(c) reduced transient currents.
(d) higher voltage regulation with load.
Electrodynamics type wattmeters have large errors while measuring power in ac circuits at low power factor conditions, since the voltage across and the current through the
(a) current coil are not in phase.
(b) current coil are not in quadrature.
(c) presssure coil are not in phase.
(d) pressure coil are not in quadrature.