A. indicating
B. absolute
C. integrating
D. recording
A. Voltmeters
B. Ammeters
C. Ampere-hour and watt-hour meters
D. Wattmeters
A. Current transformers
B. Multipliers
C. All of the above
D. Potential transformers
A. Controlling device
B. Deflecting device
C. All of the above
D. Damping device
A. Indicating instruments
B. Absolute instruments
C. Integrating instruments
D. Recording instruments
A. High voltage primary
B. Low voltage primary
C. Insufficient data
D. Medium voltage primary
A. 10.5 MJ/MVA
B. 15 MJ/MVA
C. 2,4 MJ/MVA
A. Transient state stability limit
B. Steady state stability limit
C. None of the above
D. Instability
A. Short Circuit limit
B. Reactive power limit
C. Transient stability limit
D. Steady state stability limit
A. One machine and infinite busbar
B. no load on the busbar
C. None of the above
D. More than one machine and infinite busbar
A. M1 M2
B. M1-M2
C. M1M2/(M1-M2)
D. M1M2/(M1 M2)
A. Connecting capacitors in series with the line
B. Increasing the number of parallel lines between the transmission points
C. Both a and b
D. Reducing the excitation of the machines
A. Shunt Inductance
B. Series Inductance
C. Shunt Capacitance
D. Series Capacitance
A. Decrease the transient stability
B. Increase the transient stability
C. Decrease the steady state stability
D. Increase the steady state stability
A. Frequency response of a System
B. The impulse response of an LTI System
C. The phase response of a LTI system
D. The time response of a LTI system
A. Green
B. Red
C. Violet
D. Blue
A. another step function.
B. a unit impulse.
C. a sine function.
D. a unit ramp function.
A. imaginary.
B. complex.
C. real and non-negative.
D. real.
A. R1?R2 .
B. R1 R2 .
C. R1 U R2 .
D. R1 ^ R2 .