# The stray line of magnetic flux is defined as

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`The stray line of magnetic flux is defined as a line of magnetic flux which does not follow the designed path.`

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The property of a material which opposes the creation of magnetic flux in it is known as?

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When a conductor cuts magnetic flux, an emf is induced in the conductor. This is known as  (a) Joule's law (b) Faraday's law (c) Coulomb's law (d) Ampere’s law

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The effect of stray magnetic fields on the actuating torque of a portable instrument is maximum when the operating field of the instrument and the stray fields are  A) Perpendicular B) Parallel C) Inclined at 60" D) Inclined at 30°

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An unshielded moving iron voltmeter is used to measure the voltage in an AC circuit. The stray DC magnetic field having a component along the axis will be  (1) unaffected (2) decreased (3) increased (4) either decreased or increased depending on the direction of the DC field

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What arc the errors occurring in measuring devices due to stray magnetic field and temp '? Explain how to compensate them.

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Which of the following is a unit of magnetic flux? A) Weber B) Maxwell C) Both A and B D) None of these

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The unit of magnetic flux is?

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Gauge factor of strain gauge is defined as the ratio of per unit change in the ______.

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The potential transformers Nominal Ratio is defined as the ratio of:

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In a biased differential relay, the bias is defined as the ratio of  A) Number of turns of restraining coil and operating coil B) Operating coil current and restraining coil current C) Faulteurrent and operating coil current D) Fault current and restraining coil current

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Circuit turn-off time of an SCR is defined as the time  (A) taken by the SCR turn to be off (B) required for the SCR current to become zero (C) for which the SCR is reverse biased by the commutation circuit (D) for which the SCR is reverse biased to reduce its current below the holding current

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These self inductance of a circuit is defined as twice the work done against the induced e.m.f. on establishing unit current in the coil. If the current to be established in the coil is doubled, the work done against the induced e.m.f. will be  1. Doubled  2. Halved  3. four times  4. Quarter times

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The time constant of an RC circuit is defined as the time taken by the voltage across the capacitor to become_____ of its final value   (a) 63.2% (b) 36.8% (c) 50% (d) 100%

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In graphics, Aspect ratio is generally defined as the ratio of the  (1) Vertical to horizontal points (2) Horizontal to vertical points (3) either (1) or (2) depending on the convention followed (4) None of these

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A power station’s plant capacity factor is defined as the ratio of  A) The energy generated to that of maximum energy that could have been generated B) Average load to peak load C) Minimum load to peak load D) Minimum load to average load

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Q factor is defined as the ratio of  (A) Resistance /inductance of reactive element (B) Resistance/capacitance of reactive element (C) Resistance to reactance of reactive element (D) Resistance to susceptance of reactive element

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The time constant of the capacitance circuit is defined as the time during which voltage?

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Unit of flux density in magnetic circuits is ______________. A. Tesla B. dB C. Weber D. Hz

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The path of the magnetic flux in a transformer has : (A) High reluctance (B) Low resistance (C) High conductivity (D) Low reluctance

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If the cross-sectional area of a magnetic field increases, but the flux remains the same, the flux density: A. increases B. decreases C. remains the same D. doubles

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Which of the following statements holds for the divergence of electric and magnetic flux densities?  A) Both are zero B) These are zero for static densities but non zero for time varying densities C) It is zero for electric flux density D) It is zero for magnetic flux density

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The path of magnetic flux in a transformer should have?

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Probability of ionization is defined as:  a. Number of ion pairs produced by an electron in traveling 1cm through gas at 760 mm Hg  b. Number of ion pairs produced by an electron in traveling 1cm through gas at 1mm Hg  c. Number of ion pairs produced by an electron in traveling 10cm through gas at 10 mm Hg  d. Number of ion pairs produced by an electron in traveling 10cm through gas at 760 mm Hg

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1 Ampere of current is defined as • 1 volt/sec • 1 coulomb/sec • 1 ohm/second • 1 coulomb

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The second harmonic distortion is defined as the A) Ratio of amplitude of second harmonic component in the output to that of the fundamental frequency B) Harmonic distortion due to only second harmonic component C) Sum of distortion of first and second harmonic components in the output

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Define the following terms: i) Magnetic flux density, ii) Reluctance, iii) Magneto-motive force, iv) Permeance.

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Give the relation between magnetic field strength, magnetic flux density and permeability.

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The converse of hardness is known as?

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What is the percentage of stray losses in DC machine?

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