 ## Friday, February 15, 2019

### Basic Electrical Engineering (Objective Questions With Answers)

Question No. 01
Which of the following parameter will be more for 16 gauge copper wire in comparison to 14
gauge copper wire?
(A) Cost
(B) Strength
(C) Resistance
(D) Weight

Question No. 02
The length of wire having resistance of 1 ohm/m in a heater rated at 1000 W and 250 V will be
(A) 250 m
(B) 125 m
(C) 62.5 m
(D) 500 m
Question No. 03
Power dissipated in a pure capacitor is
(A) Minimum
(B) Maximum
(C) Infinite
(D) Zero
Question No. 04
The size of the feeder is determined primarily by
(A) The current it is required to carry
(B) The percentage variation of voltage in the feeder
(C) The voltage across the feeder
(D) The distance over which the transmission is made
Question No. 05
Non-conductors whose polarisation is caused by an electric field are known as
(A) Dielectric
(B) Super-conductors
(C) Semi-conductors
(D) Insulators

Question No. 06
If the diameter of a conductor is double, then its resistance will be reduced to
(A) Half
(B) One-fourth
(C) One-eight
(D) one-sixteenth

Question No. 07
One of difficulties encountered with super-conductors is
(A) The materials become highly magnetic
(B) Strength is reduced
(C) Resistance is increased
(D) Maintenance of low temperature

Question No. 08The inductance of a coil can be increased by
(A) Decreasing number of turns
(B) Increasing core length
(C) Using core material of high relative permeability
(D) All of the above

Question No. 09
The resistance of a lamp rated at 240 V and 60 watts equal to
(A) 60 ohms
(B) 120 ohms
(C) 240 ohms
(D) 480 ohms
Question No. 10
Two resistances of 100 ohms and 0 ohm are connected in parallel. The overall resistance will be
(A) 100 ohms
(B) 50 ohms
(C) Zero ohm
(D) Any one of the above