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# SECTION-A

Q1. Do as directed.                                                                                                                                     15×1=15

1. The unit of magnetic flux density is Tesla or Weber per Square metre
2. Wheatstone bridge is used to measure Unknown Resistance
3. Electrolyte is defined as  substance Which Conduct Electricity when it is dissolved in the water.
4. When load is increased it means Output Current  is Increased.
5. The resistance of a conductor Increases with the increase of temperature of the
6. Nuclear power plant uses process of Nuclear Fission  for producing
7. Ideal voltage source has Low internal resistance.
8. Kirchhoff’s laws are valid for both Linear and Non-Linear Circuits.
9. One KWH is equal to  860 Kcal1Kwh=860 Kcal .
10. The ratio of true power to apparent power is called Power Factor

## SECTION-B

### Q2. Attempt any five questions.                                                                           5×6=30

1. State and explain Ohm\’s Law ?
2. Write down comparison between electric circuits and magnetic Circuits ?
3. Draw and explain Phasor diagram for the R-L series circuit ?.
4. State and explain thevenin’s Theorem ?
5. What do you understand by phase and phase difference in case of alternating quantities?
6. Define the terms: MME, Flux, reluctance and susceptibility  ?
7. Give the main advantages of hydro electric power ?
8. Compare series and parallel resonant Circuits ?

## SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                                                                                                                                                                               3×10=30

1. Explain the necessity of Nuclear power generation and discuss the block diagram of a nuclear station.
2. State and explain Kirchhoff’s current and voltage law with examples ?
3. Describe the construction and working principle of Lead-acid Battery ?
4. Write short notes on (any two)
1. Hysteresis loss
2. Power factor and its importance
3. Solar cell

## BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2nd Sem Exam ECE/CSE/IT/EEE /0064/Nov 2017

### Section a :-BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2nd Sem Exam ECE/CSE/IT/EEE/0064/Nov 2017

The unit of magnetic flux density is Tesla or Weber per Square metre

Wheatstone bridge is used to measure Unknown Resistance

Electrolyte is defined as  substance Which Conduct Electricity when it is dissolved in the water.

When load is increased it means Output Current  is Increased.

The resistance of a conductor Increases with the increase of temperature of the

Nuclear power plant uses process of Nuclear Fission  for producing

Ideal voltage source has Low internal resistance.

Kirchhoff’s laws are valid for both Linear and Non-Linear Circuits.

One KWH is equal to  860 Kcal1Kwh=860 Kcal .

The ratio of true power to apparent power is called Power Factor

### Section B :BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2nd Sem Exam ECE/CSE/IT/EEE/0064/Nov 2017

Ohm’s Law

Comparison between electric circuits and magnetic Circuits

Explain Phasor diagram for the R-L series circuit ?

Thevenin’s Theorem

Phase and phase difference in case of alternating quantities

MME, Flux, reluctance and susceptibility

Comparison Between series and parallel resonant Circuits

## BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2nd Sem Exam ECE/CSE/IT/EEE /0064/Nov 2017

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### Section c BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2nd Sem Exam ECE/CSE/IT/EEE/0064/Nov 2017

Necessity of Nuclear power generation

Discuss the block diagram of a nuclear station.

Construction and working principle of Lead-acid Battery

Hysteresis loss

Power factor and its importance

Solar cell