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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
PAPER-I
1. For a line of characteristic impedance Z0 6. With increase ‘in temperature, magnetic
terminated in a load of ZR such that ZR = susceptibility of a ferromagnetic material
Z0/ 3, what is the reflection coefficient will
L? a. increase
a. 1/3 b. decrease
b. —1/3 c. increase, initially and then decrease
c. 2/3 d. remain constant
d. —1/2 7. Match List-I with List-II and select the
2. A transmission line has R, L. G, C correct answer using the code given below
distributed parameters per unit length of the Lists :
line. If  is the propagation constant of the List-I
line, which one of the following A. No eddy current loss
expressions represents the characteristic B. Small hysteresis loss
impedance of the line? C. Large hysteresis loss
 List - II
a.
R  j L 1. Ferrimagnetic material
R  j L 2. Soft magnetic material
b. 3. Hard magnetic material

4. Non-ferrous material
G  jC
c. A B C
 a. 2 1 3
G  jC b. 2 3 4
d.
R  j L c. 1 3 4
3. Impedance inversion may be obtained with d. 1 2 3
a. a short-circuited stub 8. What is the packing fraction of a BCC
b. an open-circuited stub (body-centered cubic) unit cell?
c. a quarter-wave line 3
a.
d. a half-wave line 16
4. When the temperature of a magnetic 3
material is raised above the Curie point, it b.
8
becomes
a. diamagnetic 3
c.
b. paramagnetic 12
c. ferromagnetic 2
d.
d. ferrimagnetic 8
5. Soft iron is used in the manufacture of 9. The relative dielectric constant of solid
electromagnets because of its dielectrics in the alternating field is
a. high saturation magnetisation only a. maximum at the power frequencies and
b. low retentivity only decreases to unity at frequencies in the
c. low coercive field only ultraviolet range
d. high saturation magnetisation, low b. maximum at the power frequencies and
retentivity and low coercive field decreases to zero at frequencies in the
ultraviolet range
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c. unity at the power frequencies and b. Both A and R are individually true but
increases to its maximum value at R is not the correct explanation of A
frequencies in the ultraviolet range c. A is true but R is false
d. independent of frequency variations d. A is false but R is true
10. Width of energy bands depends on which 16. Assertion (A) : The rotating disc in an
of the following? energy meter is made up of a magnetic
a. Temperature material.
b. Pressure Reason (R) : Braking takes place due to
c. Relative freedom of electrons in the eddy current generated by the braking
crystal magnet.
d. Mass of atom in the material a. Both A and R are individually true and
11. Which one of the following statements is R is the correct explanation of A
not true for a p-type semiconductor ? b. Both A and R are individually true but
a. Conduction is by the movement of R is not the correct explanation of A
holes in the valence band c. A is true but R is false
b. Holes constitute the majority charge d. A is false but R is true
carriers 17. Assertion (A) : A p-type GaAs sample can
c. Fermi level lies closer to the be converted to a semi-insulating substrate
conduction band between the by doping it with chromium.
conduction and valence bands Reason (R) : Chromium increases the band
d. It is formed by adding an acceptor gap of GaAs.
impurity to germanium a. Both A and R are individually true and
12. Principle of Hall effect is used in the R is the correct explanation of A
construction of which one of the b. Both A and R are individually true but
following? R is not the correct explanation of A
a. Ammeter c. A is true but R is false
b. Voltmeter d. A is false but R is true
c. Galvanometer 18. Assertion (A) : DC servomotors are more
d. Gaussmeter commonly used in armature controlled
13. For which one of the following materials, mode instead of in field controlled mode.
is the Hall coefficient zero ? Reason (R) : Armature controlled DC
a. Metal motors have higher starting torque than
b. Insulator field controlled motors.
c. Intrinsic semiconductor a. Both A and R are individually true and
d. Alloy R is the correct explanation of A
14. What is the magnetic, susceptibility  of b. Both A and R are individually true but
an ideal superconductor ? R is not the correct explanation of A
a. 1 c. A is true but R is false
b. –1 d. A is false but R is true
c. 0 19. Assertion (A) : General purpose
d. Infinite dynamometer type Wattmeter cannot
indicate the correct value of power at low
15. Assertion (A) : It is always desirable to
power factors.
take the reading of an indicating
instrument very close to the full - scale Reason (R) : The presence of self-
reading. inductance in the pressure coil circuit
introduces an error in the indicated value
Reason (R) : Accuracy of an indicating
which increases appreciably with decrease
instrument is maximum at the full-scale
in power factor.
deflection and error increases as reading
comes closer to the beginning of the scale. a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A b. Both A and R are individually true but
R is not the correct explanation of A
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c. A is true but R is false c. A is true but R is false
d. A is false but R is true d. A is false but R is true
20. Assertion (A) : With lag-lead 24. A rectifier instrument is used to measure
compensation, the bandwidth of the an alternating square wave, of amplitude
system is not affected much. 100 V. What is the meter reading?
Reason (R) : The effect of lag and lead a. 100 V
compensations at high frequencies cancel b. 70.7 V
one another. c. 111
a. Both A and R are individually true and d. None of the above
R is the correct explanation of A 25. For defining the standard metre,
b. Both A and R are individually true but wavelength of which material is
R is not the correct explanation of A considered?
c. A is true but R is false a. Neon
d. A is false but R is true b. Krypton
21. Assertion (A) : For a stable feedback c. Helium
control system, the zeros of the d. Xenon
characteristic equation must all be located 26. Consider the following statements in
in the left-half of the s-plane. connection with feedback in control
Reason (R) : The poles of the closed-loop system:
transfer function are the zeros of the 1. With an increase in forward gain, the
characteristic equation. output value approaches the input
a. Both A and R are individually true and value in the case of negative feedback
R is the correct explanation of A closed-loop system.
b. Both A and R are individually true but 2. A negative feedback closed loop
R is not the correct explanation of A system when subjected to an input of 5
c. A is true but R is false V with forward gain of 1 and a
d. A is false but R is true feedback gain of 1 gives output 4.999
22. Assertion (A) : All the systems which V.
exhibit overshoot in transient response will 3. The transfer function is dependent only
also exhibit resonance peak in frequency upon its internal structure and
response. components, and is independent of the
Reason (R) : Large resonance peak in input applied to the system.
frequency response corresponds to a large 4. The overall gain of the block diagram
overshoot in transient response. shown is 10.
a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
b. Both A and R are individually true but Which of the statements given above are
R is not the correct explanation of A correct ?
c. A is true but R is false a. Only 1 and 2
d. A is false but R is true b. Only 2 and 3
23. Assertion (A) : Superconductivity of a c. Only 3 and 4
superconducting material can be destroyed d. Only 1 and 3
by application of an external magnetic 27. For a discrete-time system to be stable, all
field. the poles of the Z-transfer function should
Reason (R) : If the applied magnetic field lie
is greater than the critical magnetic field at a. within a circle of unit radius
a given temperature which is more than the b. outside the circle of unit radius
transition temperature, superconductivity c. on left-half of Z-plane
can be destroyed.
d. on right-half of Z-plane
a. Both A and R are individually true and
28.
R is the correct explanation of A
b. Both A and R are individually true but
R is not the correct explanation of A
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c. 2 1 5 3
d. 4 3 2 1
1
33. What is the range for a 3 digital meter?
2
In the network shown above, what is the
a. 0 to 1999
current I in the direction shown ?
b. 0 to 1500
a. 0
c. 0 to 999
b. 1/3 A
d. 0 to 19999
c. 5/6 A
34.
d. 4 A
29. With increase in applied frequency, the
dielectric loss, in a material will
a. increase
b. decrease
c. remain constant Which one of the following is represented
d. become zero by the circuit shown above?
30. Consider the network function : a. DeSauty bridge
2( s  3) b. Anderson bridge
H ( s)  c. Heaviside-Campbell bridge
( s  2)( s  4)
d. Hay bridge
What is the steady-state response due to a
35. What should be the main characteristic(s)
unit step input?
of the null detector in a bridge
a. 4/3
measurement?
b. 1/2
1. Accuracy
c. 3/4
2. Precision
d. 1
3. Sensitivity
31. What is the effect of phase lead
4. Resolution
compensator on gain crossover frequency
Select the correct answer using the code
(cg) and on the bandwidth (b) ?
given below :
a. Both are increased
a. Only 1 and 2
b. cg is increased but b is decreased b. Only 2 and 3
c. cg is decreased but b is increased c. Only 3 and 4
d. Both are decreased d. Only 3
32. Match List-I with. List-II and select the 36. A moving-coil instrument gives full- scale
correct answer using the code given below deflection for I mA and has a resistance of
the Lists : 5 . If a resistance of 0.55  is connected
List-I in parallel to the instrument, what is the
A. Bolometer maximum value of current it can measure?
B. Hot-wire Anemometer a. 5 mA
C. C-type Bourdon Tube b. 10 mA
D. Optical Pyrometer c. 50 mA
List-II d. 100 mA
1. Measurement of temperature of a 37. A single slide wire is used for the
furnace measurement of current in a circuit. The
2. Measurement of high pressure voltage drop across a standard resistance
3. Measurement of flow of air around an of 1.0  is balanced at 70 cm. What is the
aeroplane magnitude of the current, if the standard
4. Measurement of power at 500 MHz cell having an e.m.f. of 1.45 volts is
5. Measurement of angular position balanced at 50 cm?
A B C D a. 3.09 A
a. 2 3 5 1 b. 2.65 A
b. 4 1 2 3 c. 2.03 A
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d. 1.45 A 4. Shape of the polo shoe of the
38. When reading is taken at half scale in the horseshoe magnet
instrument, the error is Select the correct answer using the code
a. exactly equal to half of full-scale error given below :
b. equal to full-scale error a. Only 1 and 3
c. less than full-scale error b. Only 2 and 4
d. more than full-scale error c. Only 2 and 3
39. Match List-I with List-Il and select the d. Only 1 and 4
correct answer using the code given below 42. Which of the following indicating
the Lists : instruments has/have linear scale ?
List- I (Parameter to be measured) 1. Moving-iron meter
A. Average value of current 2. Permanent magnet moving-coil meter
B. QMS value of current 3. Thermocouple meter
C. Frequency of a wave 4. Rectifier type meter
D. Strain gauge resistance Select the correct answer using the code
List-H (Instrument to be used) given below:
1. Self-balancing bridge a. Only 1 and 2
2. Wien bridge b. Only 2 and 3
3. PMMC ammeter c. Only 3 and 4
4. Moving-iron ammeter d. Only 2
A B C D 43. A sinusoidal voltage of 1 V r.m.s. value at
a. 3 4 2 1 10 Hz is applied across the two terminals
b. 2 1 3 4 of a PMMC type of voltmeter. What is the
c. 3 1 2 4 deflection of the pointer?
d. 2 4 3 1 a. Zero volt
40. Match List-I with List-II and select the b. 1 volt
correct answer using the code given below c. 2 volts
the Lists: d. The pointer oscillates around zero volt
List- I 44. Match List-I with List-II and select the
A. Digital Counter correct answer using the code given below
B. Schering Bridge the Lists :
C. Megger List- I (Instrument)
D. Spectrum Analyzer A. A. PMMC voltmeter
List-II B. B. AC ammetor
1. Measurement of harmonics C. C. Current transformer
2. Measurement of frequency D. D. Energy meter
3. Measurement of dielectric loss List-II (Error)
4. Measurement of insulation resistance 1. Eddy current error
A B C D 2. Phase angle error
a. 1 3 4 2 3. Braking system error
b. 2 4 3 1 4. Temperature error
c. 1 4 3 2 A B C D
d. 2 3 4 1 a. 2 3 4 1
41. Which of the following factors limit the b. 4 1 2 3
deflection of the pointer of a PMMC c. 2 1 4 3
instrument to about 90°? d. 4 3 2 1
1. Its damping mechanism 45. Maxwell’s inductance-capacitance bridge
2. Linearity of the magnetic field in is used for measurement of inductance of
which the coil moves a. 1ow Q coils only
3. Control spring arrangement b. medium Q coils only
c. high Q coils only
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d. low and medium Q coils 52. Image theory is applicable to problems
46. Which one of the following statements involving
does not state that electrostatic field is a. electrostatic field only
conservative? b. magnetostatic field only

a. The curl of E is identically zero c. both electrostatic and magnetostatic
b. The potential. difference between two fields
points is zero d. neither electrostatic nor magnetostatic
c. The electrostatic field is a gradient of a field
scalar potential 53. What is the force
on a unit charge moving
d. The work done in a closed path inside with velocity v in presence of electric
 
the field is zero field E and magnetic field B ?
47. In free space, if  = 0, the Poisson’s   
a. E  v.B
equation becomes   
b. E  v.B
a. Maxwell’s divergence equation .B=0   
b. Laplacian equation V2 V = 0 c. E  B  v
  
c. Kirchhoff’s voltage equation V 0 d. E  v  B
d. None of the above 54. Six capacitors of different capacitances C1,
48. What is the magnetic field due to an C2, C3, C4, C5 and C6 are connected in
infinite linear current carrying conductor? series. C1 > C2 > C3 > C4 > C5 > C6.What
I is the total capacitance almost equal to ?
a. H  A/ m a. C1
2 r
I b. C3
b. H  A/ m c. C4
2 r
d. C6
I
c. H  A/ m 55. Where is the Laplace’s equation valid?
2r a. Only in free space
I
d. H  A / m b. Only in conductors
r c. Only in charge free dielectric regions

49. Equation .B = 0 is based on d. Only in cavities bounded on all sides
a. Gauss’s Law by conducting walls
b. Lenz’s Law 56. Plane y = 0 carries a uniform current
^
c. Ampere’s Law density 30 k mA/m. At (1, 20, —2) what is
d. Continuity Equation the magnetic field intensity?
50. Sphere of radius a with a uniform charge ^
density pv C/m3 shall have electric flux a. 15 i mA/m
density at r = a, equal to ^
b. 15 i mA/m
a ^
a. v i r C / m2 ^
3 c. 18.85 j mA/m
1 ^ ^
b. v i r C / m 2 d. 25 i mA/m
3
^
57. Equipotential surfaces about a pair of
c. a  v i r C / m 2
equal and opposite linear charges exist in
what form?
a ^
d. v i r C / m2 a. Concentric spheres
4
b. Concentric cylinders
51. Which of the following is zero as applied
c. Non-concentric cylinders
to electromagnetic fields?
 d. Planes
a. grad div A 58. What does the function f(x—v0t)
b. div grad V represent?

c. div curl A a. A stationary wave

d. curl curl A b. A wave motion in a reverse direction
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c. A wave motion in a forward direction exceeding the critical angle, the wave
d. Not a travelling wave suffers total internal reflection.
59. The materials to be used in the Which of the statements given above are
manufacture of a standard resistance correct ?
should be of a. Only 1 and 2
a. high resistivity and low temperature b. Only 2 and 3
coefficient c. Only 1 and 3
b. low resistivity d. 1, 2 and 3
c. high temperature coefficient 63. In an intrinsic semiconductor, the number
d. low resistivity and high temperature of electrons is equal to the number of holes
coefficient at which temperature ?
60. What is the Poynting’s vector on the a. 0 K
surface of a long straight conductor of b. 0°C
radius b and conductivity a which carries c. High temperature
current I in the z-direction? d. All temperatures
I2 ^ 64. Elements can reach a stable atomic
a.  ir
2 2b3 structure by
I2 ^ a. losing electrons only
b. ir b. gaining electrons only
2 2b 2
c. losin or gaining or sharing electrons
I2 ^ d. collisions between atoms
c. iz
 b 2 65. The values of radiative and non-radiative
I ^ lifetime of minority carriers in a
d. i
2 b semiconductor are 50 ns and 100 ns,
61. Match List -I with List-II and select the respectively. What is the effective
correct answer using the code given below lifetime?
the Lists a. 12.2 ns
List - I (Material) b. 150 ns
A. Fe c. 33.3 ns
B. MnOFe2O3 d. 75 ns
C. MgOFe2O3 66. Match List-I (Parameter) with List-II
D. NiOFe2O3 (Unit) and select the correct answer using
List - II (Curie Temperature) the code given below the Lists :
1. 783K List- I
2. 523K A. Boltzman constant
3. 863K B. Permeability of free space
4. 1043K C. Permittivity of free space
A B C D D. Mobility
a. 2 3 4 1 List - II
b. 4 1 2 3 1. farad/Metre
c. 2 1 4 3 2. cm2/volt – second
d. 4 3 2 1 3. henry/metre
62. Consider the following statements 4. cm2/second
regarding EM wave: 5. electron volt/kelvin
1. An EM wave incident on a perfect A B C D
dielectric is partially transmitted and a. 5 2 1 4
partially reflected. b. 1 2 5 4
2. An EM wave incident on a perfect c. 5 3 1 2
conductor is fully reflected. d. 1 3 5 2
3. When an EM wave is incident from a 67. III-V alloy semiconductor crystallizes in
more dense medium to less dense what form?
medium at an angle equal to or
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a. Simple cubic structure
b. Body-centered cubic structure
c. Zinc blende structure
d. Wurtzite structure
68. Match List-I (Term) with List-II (Concept)
and select the correct answer using the In the circuit shown in the figure above,
code given below the Lists : for what value of C will the current I be in
List-I phase with the sinusoidal source voltage
A. Norton equivalent of one port Vs = sin2 t?
B. Open-circuit output admittance 1
a. F
C. Reciprocal network 4
D. Transmission parameters 1
List-II b. F
2
1. Network where loop and mode 1
equations have a symmetric coefficient c. F
matrix 2
2. Hybrid parameter h22 d. 1 F
3. Parameters where V1 and I1 are 72.
expressed as functions of V2 and -I2
4. Current source in parallel with
Thevenin impedance
A B C D In the circuit shown in the figure above, if
a. 1 3 4 2 is = u(t) A, then what are the initial and
b. 4 2 1 3 steady-state voltages across the capacitor?
c. 1 2 4 3 a. 1 V and I V, respectively
d. 4 3 1 2 b. 1 V and 0, respectively
69. A system function has a pole at s = 0 and a c. 0 and I V. respectively
zero at S - –1. The constant multiplier is d. 0 and 0, respectively
unity. For an excitation sin t, what is the 73.
steady-state response ?
a. 2 sin(t  45o )
b. 2 sin(t  45o )
c. sin(t  45o )
d. sin t
In the circuit shown above, the constant
V (s) s  3
70. A system function N(s) =  current source of value I is switched on at t
I (s) 4s  5 = 0. What are the values of currents i1 and
The system is initially at rest. If the i2 at t = 0, with zero initial conditions ?
excitation i(t) is a unit step, which of the i1 i2
following are the initial and steady-state a. I 0
values of v(t)? b. 0 I
Initial Value Steady-state value R2 R2
a. 0 3/5 c. I I
R1  R2 R1  R2
b. 1/4 0
c. 3/5 1/4 d. 0 0
d. 1/4 3/5
71.

74.
In the circuit shown in the figure given
above, the switch is opened at t = 0 after
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having been closed for a long time. What 0 1 0
is the current through 50  resistor? X      x    u
 1 1 k 
a. 3e–1/160 t
y = x1 + x2
b. 3e–1/100 t
x 
c. 3e–100 t  X    x1 
d. 3e–160 t  2
75. Consider the following statements What is the transfer y/x ?
The gain cross-over point is the point k ( s  2)
where a. 3
s  2s 2  s  1
1. the magnitude |G(j)| = 1 in polar plot k ( s  2)
2. the magnitude curve of G(j) crosses b. 2
s  s 1
zero dB line in Bode plot
ks
3. magnitude vs phase plot touches the c. 2
zero dB loci in Nichol’s chart s  2s  1
Which of the statements given above are k
d. 2
correct? s  s 1
a. Only 1 and 2 79. An electromechanical closed-loop control
b. Only l and 3 system has the transfer function
c. Only 2 and 3 C ( s) k
d. 1, 2 and 3 R( s ) s( s  s  1)( s  4)  k
2

76. Which one of the following is correct?


a. The system is stable for all positive
values of k
b. The system is unstable for all values of
k
What is the open-loop transfer function for
a unity feedback having root locus shown c. The system is stable for values of k
in the above figure? between zero and 3.36
k ( s  5) d. The system is stable for values of k
a. between 1.6 and 2.45.
( s  1)( s  2)
80. A particular control system yielded a
k ( s  1) steady-state error of 0.20 for unit step
b.
( s  5)( s  6) input. A unit integrator is cascaded to this
k system and unit ramp input is applied to
c. this modified system. What is the value of
s( s  1)( s  5)
steady-state error for this modified
k ( s  2) system?
d.
( s  1)( s  5) a. 0.10
77. The transfer function of a phase lead b. 0.15
compensator is found to be of the form c. 0.20
s  z1 d. 0.25
and that of a lag compensator to be
s  p1 81. In order to recover the original signal from
s  z2 the sampled one, what is the condition to
of the form be satisfied for sampling frequency 3 and
s  p2
highest frequency component m ?
Then which of the following conditions
a. m < s  2m
must be satisfied?
b. s  2m
a. z1 > p1 and z2 > p2
b. z1 > p1 and z2 < p2 c. s < m
c. z1 < p1 and z2 < p2 d. s = m
d. z1 < p1 and z2 > p2 82. The characteristic equation of second-
78. Given order sampled date system is given by
F(z) = a2z2 + a1z + a0 = 0. a2 > 0.
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What are the stability constraints for this 85. Which one of the following statements is
system ? not related to limit cycles (phenomena)
1. a2 + a1 + a0 > 0 found in non-linear systems?
2. a2 – a1 + a0 > 0 a. They are oscillations of fixed
3. |a0| < a2 amplitude and period
4. |a0| > a2 b. They are undesirable. However, they
5. (a0) < a2 can be tolerated if magnitude is within
Select the correct answer using the code desirable limit
given below : c. They are independent of initial
a. Only 1, 2 and 3 conditions
b. Only l, 2 and 4 d. Slight change in parameter, destroys
c. Only 1, 3 and 5 the oscillation
d. Only 2, 3 and 5 86. The effect of tachometer feedback in a
83. Consider the following statements : control system is to reduce
1. For a linear discrete system to be a. only time constant
stable, all the roots of the characteristic b. only gain
equation 1 + GH(z) = 0 should be c. damping
inside the unit circle. d. both gain and time constant
2. The Bode diagram of a sampled data 87. Match List-I (Application) with List-II
system can be constructed using (Control System Component) and select
bilinear transformation. the correct answer using the code given
3. The root locus technique can be used below the Lists :
for sampled data system without List-I
requiring any modifications. A. Measuring inclination of frames in
Which of the statements given above is/are inertial navigation system
correct ? B. Used as an actuator element in
a. Only 1 computer printer
b. Only 2 and 3 C. For low power applications
c. Only 1 and 3 List- II
d. 1, 2 and 3 1. Gyroscope
84. Match List-I (Nature of Eigen value) with 2. Servometer
List-Il (Nature of Singular Point) and 3. Stepper Motor
select the correct answer using the code 4. Schrage Motor
given below the Lists: A B C
List-I a. 2 3 4
A. Real, negative and distinct b. 1 4 2
B. Real, equal but opposite in sign c. 1 3 2
C. Purely imaginary pair d. 2 1 4
D. Complex conjugate pair 88. Match List-I with List-II and select the
List-II correct answer using the code given below
1. Centre the Lists:
2. Focus point List-I
3. Saddle point A. Synchros
4. Stable node B. Operational amplifier
5. Unstable node C. Stepper motor
A B C D D. Tacho-generator
a. 1 2 5 3 List-II
b. 4 3 1 2 1. Controller
c. 1 3 5 2 2. Error detector
d. 4 2 1 3 3. Actuator
4. Feedback element
A B C D
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a. 3 1 2 4 3 /sin(t + 60°). What is the voltage v(t)
b. 2 4 3 1 across the 1 grounded resistor ?
c. 3 4 2 1 a. {cos t}V
d. 2 1 3 4 b. {sin (t + 300) + cos (t + 60°)}V
89.
c. {190°)V
d. {j l}V
93.

For the feedback system shown in the figure


above, which one of the following expresses For the network shown as above, when I =
the input-output relation C/R of the overall 0, V = 20 V and when R = 0,I = 10A. If
system now R = 3 , what is the value of the
G current I ?
a.
1  FG  GH a. 6.67 A
G b. 6.0 A
b.
1  FG  GH c. 4.0 A
FG d. 10 A
c.
1  FGH 94.
GH
d.
1  FGH
90.
Norton equivalent to the network N to the
left of AB is a cu rent source 1N = 4 A
from B to A, RN = 2. The current through
R when it is connected across AB = 2A.
What is the value of resistance R?
At t = 0, the switch k is thrown from b to a a. 1
of the circuit as shown above. What are the b. 2
values of v(0+) and i(0+)?
c. 3
a. 50 V,90 mA
d. 4
b. 50 V, 100 mA
95. In a series R-L-C circuit, the maximum
c. 50 V, 110 mA
voltage across the capacitor occurs at a
d. 50 V, 120 mA
frequency
91. An R-C series circuit, initially at rest has a
a. double the resonant frequency
step voltage signal. The response v(t)
b. equal to resonant frequency
across C is v(t) = 1 — e–3t. If now there is
an initial voltage at C of 3 volts, what is c. 2 times the resonant frequency
v(t) for the same step signal? d. below the resonant frequency
a. 1 + 3e–3t 96.
b. 1 + 2e–3t
c. 3e–3t
d. None of the above
92.

In the circuit shown above, what is the


voltage across 5  resistor ?
a. —30V
b. 30V
In the circuit shown in the above figure,
c. 1250 V
e1(t) = 3 cos(t + 30°) and e2(t) = d. —1250 V
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97. Consider the following network functions : d. Only l and 3

1.
 s 2  1 s 2  4  101. Z (s) 
2( s 2  1)( s 2  9)
may be
 s 2  3 s 2  9  s ( s 2  4)
synthesized into Cauer first form as
2.
s 2
 1 s 2  9 
s  s2  4
s  s2  9
3.
 s  1 s
2 2
 4 a.
s  s  4
2

4.
 s  12

Which of the above functions can


represent L-C driving-point immittances ?
b.
a. Only 1 and 2
b. Only 2 and
c. Only 2 and 4
d. Only 1 and 3
98. A series R-L-C circuit excited by a 100 V,
variable frequency source, has a resistance c.
of 10  and an inductive reactance of 50
at 100 Hz. If the resonance frequency is
500 Hz, what is the voltage across the
capacitor at resonance?
a. 100 V
b. 500V d.
c. 2500V 102.
d. 5000 V
99. What is the transfer function of a system
whose impulse response is e–3t sin 2t?
13
a.
s  6s  13
2

1 If the driving-point impedance Z11 of the


b. 2 network shown in the figure above is given
s  6s  13
 s3
2 by Z11  k1   then what is the
c.
s  6s  13
2  s 8
driving-point impedance Z22 ?
5
d. 2  s5
s  6s  13 a. k2  
100. Consider the following statements in  s3
connection with the properties of R-C  s5
b. k2  
impedance functions:  s 8
1. All the poles and zeros are simple.
 s3
2. Poles and zeros interlace. c. k2  
3. Poles and zeros are located on the  s5
negative real axis of the s-plane.  s 8
d. k2  
Which of the statements given above are  s5
correct? (k1 and k2 are scale factors)
a. 1, 2 and 3 103. What is the series resistance required to
b. Only l and 2 extend the 0-100 V range of a 20000 /V
c. Only 2 and 3 meter to 0-1000 V?
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a. 10 M 110. A doctor is using a digital clinical
b. l6 M thermometer, which employs an A/D
c. 18 M converter. The converter provides for both
±ve and —ve reference inputs in place of
d. 20 M
only +ve and ground potential reference
104. The voltage coil of a single-phase house
service energy meter inputs. V ref = 2.16 V and V ref = 1.85 V.
a. is highly resistive The amplifier used for the converter input
b. is highly inductive generates signal of 20 mV per °F of body
c. is highly capacitive temperature. The converter output is
d. has a phase angle equal to load power between 00000 and 11111. Which one of
factor angle the following is correct?
105. Which of the following can be a. The thermometer range is 9.25 °F to
used/modified for measurement of angular 108 °F
speed? b. The thermometer range is 46 °F to 216
1. LVDT °F
2. Magnetic pick-up c. The thermometer range is 0°F to 108
°F
3. Tacho-generator
d. The thermometer cannot be used to
4. Strain gauge
measure body temperature 98.4°F
Select the correct answer using the code
111. Which one of the following bridges can be
given below:
used to construct a harmonic distortion
a. Only 1 and 2
analyzer?
b. Only 2 and 3
1. Maxwell bridge
c. Only 3
2. Hay bridge
d. Only 2, 3 and 4
3. Schering bridge
106. Piezo-electric crystal is generally
4. Wien bridge
employed for the measurement of which
Select the correct answer using the code
one of the following?
given below :
a. Flow
a. Only 1 and 2
b. Velocity
b. Only 2 and 3
c. Acceleration
c. Only 3 and 4
d. Temperature
d. Only 4
107. In microwave telemetry, repeater stations
112. One cycle of a square wave signal
are required at every
observed on an oscilloscope is found to
a. 2 km
occupy 6 cm at a scale setting of 30s/cm.
b. 5 km
What is the signal frequency?
c. 40 km
a. 1.8 kHz
d. 100 km
b. 5.55 kHz
108. Data acquisition systems are usually of
c. 18 kHz
a. analog type
d. 55.5 kHz
b. digital type
113.
c. integrating type
d. hybrid type
109. A successive approximation A/D converter
has a resolution of 20 mV. What is its
digital output for an analog input of 2.17
V? The signal flow graph shown above has M
a. 01101100 number of forward paths and P number of
b. 01101101 individual loops. What are their values?
c. 0110101 a. M = 4 and P = 2
d. 01110100 b. M = 6 and P = 3
c. M = 4 and P = 3
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d. M = 6 and P = 2 A. Rise time
114. Match List-I (Polar Plot of System) with B. Peak time
List-Il (System Type) and select the C. Peak overshoot.
correct answer using the code given below D. Settling time.
the Lists : List -II (Expression)
List I  1  2 
  tan 1  
  
1.  
n 1   2
A. 
2.
n 1   2

3. e
  / 1 
2

B. 4
4.
n
A B C D
C. a. 1 2 3 4
List-II b. 3 4 1 2
1. Type 0 c. 1 4 3 2
2. Type 1 d. 3 2 1 4
3. Type 2 117. Consider the following statements in
A B C connection with the addition of a pole to
a. 1 3 2 the forward path transfer function :
b. 2 1 3 1. Closed-loop system becomes less
c. 3 2 1 stable.
d. 1 2 3 2. Rise time of the system increases.
115. 3. Bandwidth of the system increases.
Which of the statements given above are
correct?
a. Only 1 and 2
b. Only 2 and 3
c. Only 1 and 3
d. 1, 2 and 3
118. The open-loop transfer function for unity
feedback system is given by
What is the approximate value of the gain 5(1  0.1s )
margin in the Nyquist diagram given s (1  5s )(1  20 s )
above?
Consider the following statements
a. 0.67
1. The steady-state error for a step input
b. 3.0
of magnitude 10 is equal to zero.
c. 1.0
2. The steady-state error for a ramp input
d. 1/3
of magnitude 10 is 2.
116. A second-order control system has a
3. The steady-state error for an
transfer function
acceleration input of magnitude 10 is
C ( s) n2 infinite.
 2
R( s ) s  2n s  n2 Which of the statements given above are
For unit step input, match List - I with correct?
List- II and select the correct answer using a. Only 1 and 2
the code given below the Lists b. Only 1 and 3
List- I (Time Domain Specification) c. Only 2 and 3
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d. 1, 2 and 3
119. Match List-I (Nyquist Plot) with List-Il
(Frequency Response) and select the
correct answer using the code given
below:
List I

3.

A.

4.
A B C D
a. 4 3 2 1
B. b. 4 2 1 3
c. 2 1 3 4
d. 2 4 3 1
120. The Nyquist plot of a system is sketched
below :
C.

D. Corresponding to this plot, what is the


open-loop transfer function?
List-II k
a.
1  sT1 1  sT2 1  sT3 
k
b.
s 1  sT1 1  sT2 1  sT3 
k
c.
1. s 1  sT1 1  sT2 
2

k
d.
s 1  sT1 1  sT2 1  sT3 
2

2.