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1. Tell me a time when you are handling new problems. 2.

What is the inspiration for the career you

chosen? 3. Tell me a time when you are doing something that is not required.

2. What are some of your weaknesses?

That sometimes I am too attentive to detail. I know this may be said a lot, but it is true, I tend to pour
over details to make sure there aren't any errors, which could sometimes consume too much time.

3. Describe a time when you were faced with a personal conflict and how did you handle it.

4. Have you ever dealt with phase sequencing? or Ground faults?

5. Why hyperloop

6. What is your strength? What is your weakness? What is the most difficulty issue you have met? What
is the most creative idea you have proposed? Describe your team work experience with multi-culture
background. What do you think is the main issue thats most challenging in this field?

7. About resume and your education and projects.

8. Questions about filters (FIR and IIR).

9. Power Flow, State Estimation, Transmission and Distribution , Algorithms (OSI question)

10. What would your friends say they wish you would improve or do more of?

11. Questions on relays, symmetrical components, power system basics

12. some question about programming

13. Describe a situation where you succeeded and others failed.

14. Describe an ethical dilemma that you faced and how you faced it and make a decision.

15. Where do you see yourself in 5 years.

16. Pretty straight forward questions in relation to high voltage power.

17. One common question I observed every one of them asking was about what my hobbies are.

18. What type of tools do you use to do power flow studies?

19. The mid-level engineers asked to identify components (MOSFETS, diodes, op-amps) in a schematic
diagram and explain their functions, followed by finding the voltages at various points

20. Technical questions regarding Lithium ion batteries asked by the manager

21. Explain mho relay, differential relay, overcurrent relays.

22. Describe a time when as hard as you tried you couldn't succeed. How did you grow from it? Give an
example of that growth

23. Describe a time where you had to speak out for what you believed in. How did you grow from it?
Give an example of that growth in a future activity.

24. Tell me about a time when you made a decision with an unclear result?
25. Tell me about a time when a result exceeded your expectations.

26. Tell me about a time when you stood up for something you believed in.

27. Tell me a time when you are handling new problems. 2. What is the inspiration for the career you
chosen? 3. Tell me a time when you are doing something that is not required.

28. Q2: A pnp transistor with its base connected to a voltage source, the V source is connected to a +10V
source. The emitter of the transistor is connected to a resistance, and then to the same +10V source.
The collector side is connected to a capacitor, which is not charged at t=0-. Given the graph of Vsource =
10 V stepping up at t = 0 to further, draw the graph of Vout. Vout is between the point of collector and

ANS: Vout should be constantly -10V until t=0, and will hit V=0 V linearly from V=-10 V after t=0.

Hi, Can you explain why it linearly increases? Are you assuming that Collector is tied to -10V? The pnp
transistor is completely cutoff for the given biasing. The only way the capacitor is going to charge is
through leakage currents. It is very slow and takes a lot of time. Please advise me if my analysis is

29. If a conveyor motor trips out, how do you diagnose it?

You uncouple it and see if it spins freely unloaded. This only is valid for small, accessible motors, the real
answer is you test the motor with a Baker analyzer and look for your standard motor defects: turn to
turn shorts, open circuits, and ground faults.

30. Draw the circuit for an active low-pass filter.

resistor going into V- on a op amp, V+ to GND, and a resistor and cap in parallel from output to V-.

31. Arcing is bad for an electrical system, to deal with it we need to characterize it first. How would you
measure the Electrical Characteristics of an Arc?

From what I know, the potential of the arc is directly proportional to the distance that it travels. I believe
it's on the order of 1 inch per 1000 volts.

32. Why do you want to move from your current job?

33. What's the square root of i?

34. C++ questions

35. What is the tertiary winding of a transformer used for

36. Describe a situation that required to be adapative

37. Describe a situation where you had a problem with one of your employees that you needed to

38. OSI question: Be able to give background information of what you have did in the line of work that
you are applying for.

39. What do you like most / least about us after meeting with everyone today?"
40. If I was not picked for the position, would I still keep looking for a job?

41. What task did I least enjoy?

42. What was my most successful project and why did I consider it successful?

43. Why do you want to work here?

44. Do you like to lead in a team or be apart of a team

45. Define electrical power, units and equation.

46. Tell me about an infamous decision you made and what were the consequences?

47. Describe a time you had issues with a person that you were working with on a group project?

48. Whether I had any experience designing hybrids or MMICs

49. The interviewer asked about my coursework.

50. Tell me about one project that you were really passionate about.

51. Matching various components and circuit diagrams to their respective names or descriptions.

52. What is a transformer?

53. Advantages / disadvantages to current mode controls. Drawbacks seen during startup of boost
converter. Prior design experience.

54. When would you use S-Parameters and when would you use Y or Z-Parameters in characterizing a
two-port network.

55. Give me an example of a time when you had to exhibit patience/humility when dealing with

56. Tell me more about your previous work experience?

57. What is your level of experience with electrical design related to PV solar?

58. Do you prefer to work on really high tech stuff or legacy stuff?

59. what makes you stand out from the crowd? (i think it was something similar to this).

60. What do you know about the company?

61. Have you considered getting your Profession Engineers License?

62. What does a transformer do?

63. Describe project experience.

64. What relevant power utility experience do you currently have?

65. What do you know, or what experience do you have with 3-phase power?

66. How would I feel about working around/with big machinery.

67. Derive the differential equations of motion for a given mechanical system and calculate the transfer

68. What are the two theories of stability? How do you know a system will be unstable?

69. How would you go about designing an oscillator?

70. experiences working with interdisciplinary teams.

71. Show the gain of on amplifier/ improve. Compensation of the amplifier.

72. Tell me what you know about microcontrollers?

73. basic op amp circuit. Was asked what it did.

74. What experience do you have with Linux?

75. What is your current compensation? We can not progress any further in the interview process
without knowing how much you are paid! What is your current compensation?

76. How do you match impedance on a transmission line to achieve maximum power transfer?

77. How can an asynchronous input from the outside be synchronized inside of an FPGA?

78. Tell me the basics of a substation. What motivates you?

79. draw couple of electronic circuits. Why do you think you are a good fit for the role?