0 Voturi pozitive0 Voturi negative

108 (de) vizualizări26 paginiElectromagnetic Theory Questions and Answers

Mar 16, 2018

© © All Rights Reserved

DOCX, PDF, TXT sau citiți online pe Scribd

Electromagnetic Theory Questions and Answers

© All Rights Reserved

108 (de) vizualizări

Electromagnetic Theory Questions and Answers

© All Rights Reserved

- NIC Components NPI_P
- Ballistic Galvanometer
- unit-II transformers
- 3.4 Analysing Transformer
- Compendium Book For IIT -Mains
- Scilab Companion Electric Machinery and Transformers_B. S. Guru and H. R. Hiziroglu
- A Material With a Wider Hysteresis Loop Has
- Exam 3
- AC Circuit Analysis (Part 1)
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Fundacom_srp.ppt
- [Eugenio Máximo Tait] Theory and Design of El(BookSee.org)
- ELECRICAL TECHNOLOGIES 1.pdf
- Wireless power transfer for 3d printed UAV.pdf
- energies-10-00323-v2.docx
- Design of a Wireless Power Transfer System Using Electrically Coupled Loop Antennas
- extragere informatii
- CSE_006_03.pdf
- Teamwork ky thuat do luong.docx
- Capacitor

Sunteți pe pagina 1din 26

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Biot Savart Law”.

1. Biot Savart law in magnetic field is analogous to which law in electric field?

a) Gauss law

b) Faraday law

c) Coulomb’s law

d) Ampere law

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: Biot Savart law states that the magnetic flux density H = I.dl sinθ/4πr2, which is

analogous to the electric field F = q1q2/4πεr2, which is the Coulomb’s law.

2. Which of the following cannot be computed using the Biot Savart law?

a) Magnetic field intensity

b) Magnetic flux density

c) Electric field intensity

d) Permeability

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The Biot Savart law is used to calculate magnetic field intensity. Using which we

can calculate flux density and permeability by the formula B = μH.

3. Find the magnetic field of a finite current element with 2A current and height 1/2π is

a) 1

b) 2

c) 1/2

d) 1/4

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic field due to a finite current element is given by H = I/2πh. Put I = 2

and h = 1/2π, we get H = 1 unit.

4. Calculate the magnetic field at a point on the centre of the circular conductor of radius 2m

with current 8A.

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic field due to a point in the centre of the circular conductor is given by

H = I/2a. Put I = 8A and a = 2m, we get H = 8/4 = 2 units.

5. The current element of the solenoid of turns 100, length 2m and current 0.5A is given by,

a) 100 dx

b) 200 dx

c) 25 dx

d) 50 dx

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The current element of the solenoid is given by NI dx/L. Put N = 100, I = 0.5 and L

= 2 to get, I dx = 100 x 0.5 x dx/2 = 25 dx.

6. Find the magnetic field intensity at the centre O of a square of the sides equal to 5m and

carrying 10A of current.

a) 1.2

b) 1

c) 1.6

d) 1.8

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The magnetic field is given by H = 4I/√2πω. Put I = 10 and ω = 5m. Thus H = 4 x

10/√2π(5) = 1.8 unit.

7. Find the magnetic flux density when a point from a finite current length element of current

0.5A and radius 100nm.

a) 0

b) 0.5

c) 1

d) 2

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetic flux density is B = μH, where H is given by I/2πr. Put μ = 4π x 10-7, I

= 0.5 and r = 10-7, we get B = 4π x 10-7 x 0.5/2π x 10-7 = 1 unit.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: From Gauss law for magnetic field, we get divergence of the magnetic flux density

is always zero (ie, Div(B) = 0). This implies the non-existence of magnetic monopole.

9. The magnetic field intensity will be zero inside a conductor. State true/false.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: Electric field will be zero inside a conductor and magnetic field will be zero outside

the conductor. In other words, the conductor boundary, E will be maximum and H will be

minimum.

10. Find the magnetic field when a circular conductor of very high radius is subjected to a

current of 12A and the point P is at the centre of the conductor.

a) 1

b) ∞

c) 0

d) -∞

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetic field of a circular conductor with point on the centre is given by I/2a.

If the radius is assumed to be infinite, then H = 12/2(∞) = 0.

Electromagnetic Theory Questions and

Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Faraday Law, EMF and Lenz Law”.

a) Electrostatic

b) Magneto static

c) Electromagnetic

d) Electrical

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: For stationary charges, the field is electrostatic. For steady currents, the field is

magneto static. But for time varying currents, the field or waves will be electromagnetic.

a) Electromagnetic field

b) Electromagnetic force

c) Electromagnetic friction

d) Electromotive force

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The force in any closed circuit due to the change in the flux linkage of the circuit is

called as electromotive force EMF. This phenomenon is called as Faraday’s law.

a) 3cos t – 5sin t

b) -3cos t + 5sin t

c) -3sin t – 5cos t

d) 3cos t + 5sin t

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The electromotive force is given by Vemf = -dλ/dt. Thus Vemf = -dλ/dt = -(3cos t –

5sin t) = -3cos t + 5sin t.

4. The induced voltage will oppose the flux producing it. State True/False.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: According to Lenz law, the induced voltage acts in such a way that it opposes the

flux producing it. This is indicated by a negative sign.

5. Calculate the emf when a coil of 100 turns is subjected to a flux rate of 0.3 tesla/sec.

a) 3

b) 30

c) -30

d) -300

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The induced emf is given by Vemf = -dλ/dt = -Ndψ/dt. Thus emf will be -100 x 0.3

= -30 units.

6. Find the displacement current when the flux density is given by t3 at 2 seconds.

a) 3

b) 6

c) 12

d) 27

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The displacement current is given by Jd = dD/dt. Thus Jd = 3t2. At time t = 2, we

get Jd = 3(2)2= 12A.

7. Find the force due to a current element of length 2cm and flux density of 12 tesla. The current

through the element will be 5A.

a) 1 N

b) 1.2 N

c) 1.4 N

d) 1.6 N

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The force due to a current element is given by F = BI x L. Thus F = 12 x 5 x 0.02 =

1.2 units.

a) E is the cross product of v and B

b) B is the cross product of v and E

c) E is the dot product of v and B

d) B is the dot product of v and E

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The electric field is the cross product of the velocity and the magnetic field

intensity. This is given by Lorentz equation.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The time varying electric field E(t) is not a closed path. Thus the curl will be non-

zero. This implies E(t) is not conservative and the statement is false.

10. When the conduction current density and displacement current density are same, the

dissipation factor will be

a) Zero

b) Minimum

c) Maximum

d) Unity

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: Dissipation factor refers to the tangent of loss angle. It is the ratio of conduction

current density to displacement current density. When both are same, the loss tangent or the

dissipation factor will be unity.

Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Ampere Law”.

a) Curl(B) = I

b) Curl(D) = J

c) Curl(V) = I

d) Curl(H) = J

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: Ampere law states that the line integral of H about any closed path is exactly equal

to the direct current enclosed by that path. ∫ H.dl = I The point form will be Curl (H) = J.

a) Green’s theorem

b) Gauss divergence theorem

c) Stoke’s theorem

d) Maxwell theorem

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The proof of the Ampere’s circuital law is obtained from Stoke’s theorem for H and

J only.

3. Electric field will be maximum outside the conductor and magnetic field will be maximum

inside the conductor. State True/False.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: At the conductor-free space boundary, electric field will be maximum and magnetic

field will be minimum. This implies electric field is zero inside the conductor and increases as

the radius increases and the magnetic field is zero outside the conductor and decreases as it

approaches the conductor.

4. Find the magnetic flux density of a finite length conductor of radius 12cm and current 3A in

air( in 10-6 order)

a) 4

b) 5

c) 6

d) 7

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity is given by H = I/2πr, where I = 3A and r = 0.12. The

magnetic flux density in air B = μ H, where μ = 4π x 10-7.Thus B = 4π x 10-7 x 3/2π x 0.12 = 5x

10-6 units.

5. Calculate the magnetic field intensity due to a toroid of turns 50, current 2A and radius

159mm.

a) 50

b) 75

c) 100

d) 200

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity is given by H = NI/2πrm, where N = 50, I = 2A and rm

= 1/2π. Thus H = 50 x 2/2π x 0.159 = 100 units.

6. Find the magnetic field intensity due to an infinite sheet of current 5A and charge density of

12j units in the positive y direction and the z component is above the sheet.

a) -6

b) 12k

c) 60

d) 6

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity when the normal component is above the sheet is Hx =

0.5 K, where K = 12. Thus we get H = 0.5 x 12 = 6 units.

7. Find the magnetic field intensity due to an infinite sheet of current 5A and charge density of

12j units in the positive y direction and the z component is below the sheet.

a) 6

b) 0

c) -6

d) 60k

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetic intensity when the normal component is below the sheet is Hy = -0.5

K, where K = 12.Thus we get H = -0.5 x 12 = -6 units.

8. Find the current density on the conductor surface when a magnetic field H = 3cos x i + zcos x

j A/m, for z>0 and zero, otherwise is applied to a perfectly conducting surface in xy plane.

a) cos x i

b) –cos x i

c) cos x j

d) –cos x j

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: By Ampere law, Curl (H) = J. The curl of H will be i(-cos x) – j(0) + k(-z sin x) = -

cos x i – zsin x k. In the xy plane, z = 0. Thus Curl(H) = J = -cos x i.

9. When the rotational path of the magnetic field intensity is zero, then the current in the path

will be

a) 1

b) 0

c) ∞

d) 0.5

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: By Ampere law, Curl(H) = J. The rotational path of H is zero, implies the curl of H

is zero. This shows the current density J is also zero. The current is the product of the current

density and area, which is also zero.

10. Find the magnetic field intensity when the current density is 0.5 units for an area up to 20

units.

a) 10

b) 5

c) 20

d) 40

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: We know that ∫ H.dl = I. By Stoke’s law, we can write Curl(H) = J. In integral

form, H = ∫ J.ds, where J = 0.5 and ds is defined by 20 units. Thus H = 0.5 x 20 = 10 units.

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Maxwell Law”.

a) E

b) D

c) H

d) B

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The divergence of the magnetic flux density is always zero. This is because of the non

existence of magnetic monopoles in a magnetic field.

2. Find the charge density when the electric flux density is given by 2x i + 3y j + 4z k.

a) 10

b) 9

c) 24

d) 0

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The charge density is the divergence of the electric flux density by Maxwell’s equation.

Thus ρ = Div (D) and Div (D) = 2 + 3 + 4 = 9. We get ρ = 9 units.

a) Div(H) = J

b) Div(D) = I

c) Curl(E) = -dB/dt

d) Curl(B) = -dH/dt

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: From the Faraday’s law and Lenz law, using Stoke’s theorem, we get Curl(E) = -dB/dt.

This is the Maxwell’s first law of electromagnetics.

a) Div(I) = H

b) Div(H) = J

c) Curl(H) = J

d) Curl(B) = D

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: From the current density definition and Ohm’s law, the Ampere circuital law Curl(H) = J

can be derived. This is Maxwell’s second law of electromagnetics.

a) Transformer EMF

b) Back EMF

c) Generator EMF

d) Secondary EMF

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The stationary loop in a varying magnetic field results in an induced emf due to the

change in the flux linkage of the loop. This emf is called as induced or transformer EMF.

a) Static

b) Differential

c) Integral

d) Harmonic

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: Maxwell equations can be represented in differential/point form and integral form

alternatively. Sometimes, it can be represented by time varying fields called harmonic form.

a) Conduction current

b) Displacement current

c) Convection current

d) Direct current

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The charge in the capacitor is due to displacement current. It is the current in the

presence of the dielectric placed between two parallel metal plates.

a) Curl(H) = J

b) Curl(J) = dD/dt

c) Curl(H) = D

d) Curl(J) = dB/dt

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: Generally, the Curl(H) is the sum of two currents- conduction and displacement. In case

of metals, it constitutes conduction J and in case of dielectrics, it constitutes the displacement

current dD/dt.

9. Find the flux enclosed by a material of flux density 12 units in an area of 80cm.

a) 9.6

b) 12/80

c) 80/12

d) 12/0.8

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The total flux in a material is the product of the flux density and the area. It is given by

flux = 12 x 0.8= 9.6 units.

10. Find the electric flux density of a material with charge density 16 units in unit volume.

a) 1/16

b) 16t

c) 16

d) 162

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The electric flux density from Maxwell’s equation is given by D = ∫ ρ dv. On substituting

ρ = 16 and ∫dv = 1, we get D = 16 units.

Theory Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Magnetic Field Intensity”.

a) B

b) D

c) E

d) V

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The H quantity refers to magnetic field intensity in the magnetic field. This is

analogous to the electric field intensity E in the electric field.

2. The magnetic flux density is directly proportional to the magnetic field intensity. State

True/False.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity is directly proportional to the magnetic field intensity

for a particular material (Permeability). It is given by B = μH.

a) Divergence of H is same as the flux

b) Curl of D is same as the current

c) Divergence of E is zero

d) Curl of H is same as the current density

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: Ampere circuital law or Ampere law states that the closed integral of the magnetic

field intensity is same as the current enclosed by it. It is given by Curl(H) = J.

4. Given the magnetic field is 2.4 units. Find the flux density in air(in 10-6 order).

a) 2

b) 3

c) 4

d) 5

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: We know that B = μH. On substituting μ = 4π x 10-7 and H = 2.4, we get B = 4π x

10-7 x 2.4 = 3 x 10-6 units.

5. Find the electric field when the magnetic field is given by 2sin t in air.

a) 8π x 10-7 cos t

b) 4π x 10-7 sin t

c) -8π x 10-7 cos t

d) -4π x 10-7 sin t

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: Given H = 2sin t. We get B = μH = 4π x 10-7 x 2sin t = 8πx10-7sin t.

To get E, integrate B with respect to time, we get 8πx10-7cos t.

6. Find the height of an infinitely long conductor from point P which is carrying current of 6.28A

and field intensity is 0.5 units.

a) 0.5

b) 2

c) 6.28

d) 1

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity of an infinitely long conductor is given by H = I/2πh.

Put I = 6.28 and H = 0.5, we get h = 1/0.5 = 2 units.

7. Find the magnetic field intensity due to a solenoid of length 12cm having 30 turns and current

of 1.5A.

a) 250

b) 325

c) 175

d) 375

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity of a solenoid is given by H = NI/L = 30 X 1.5/0.12 =

375 units.

8. Find the magnetic field intensity at the radius of 6cm of a coaxial cable with inner and outer

radii are 1.5cm and 4cm respectively. The current flowing is 2A.

a) 2.73

b) 3.5

c) 0

d) 1.25

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The inner radius is 1.5cm and the outer radius is 4cm. It is clear that the magnetic

field intensity needs to be calculated outside of the conductor ie, r>4cm. This will lead to zero,

since H outside the conductor will be zero.

9. Find the magnetic field intensity of a toroid of turns 40 and radius 20cm. The current carried

by the toroid be 3.25A.

a) 103.45

b) 102

c) 105.7

d) 171

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity of a toroid is given by H = NI/2πrm. Put N = 40, I =

3.25 and rm = 0.2, we get H = 40 x 3.25/2π x 0.2 = 103.45 units.

10. The magnetic field intensity of an infinite sheet of charge with charge density 36.5 units in

air will be

a) 18.25

b) 11.25

c) 73

d) 1/36.5

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity of an infinite sheet of charge is given by H = 0.5 K, for

the point above the sheet and –0.5 K, for the point below the sheet. Here k is the charge density.

Thus H = 0.5 x 36.5 = 18.25 units.

Theory Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Magnetic Field Density”.

a) Weber

b) Weber/m

c) Tesla

d) Weber-1

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The unit of magnetic flux density is weber/m2. It is also called as tesla.

a) 1

b) -1

c) ∞

d) 0

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: We know that the divergence of B is zero. Also B = μH. Thus divergence of H is

also zero.

3. Find the flux contained by the material when the flux density is 11.7 Tesla and the area is 2

units.

a) 23.4

b) 12.3

c) 32.4

d) 21.3

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The total flux is given by φ = ∫ B.ds, where ∫ds is the area. Thus φ = BA. We get φ

= 11.7 x 2 = 23.4 units.

4. Find the current when the magnetic field intensity is given by 2L and L varies as 0->1.

a) 2

b) 1

c) 0.5

d) 0

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: From Ampere law, we get ∫ H.dL = I. Put H = 2L and L = 0->1. On integrating H

with respect to L, the current will be 1A.

5. Find the magnetic field intensity when the flux density is 8 x 10-6 Tesla in the medium of air.

a) 6.36

b) 3.66

c) 6.63

d) 3.36

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: We how that, B = μH. To get H = B/μ, put B = 8 x 10-6 and μ = 4π x 10-7. Thus H =

8 x 10-6/ 4π x 10-7 = 6.36 units.

a) E = -Grad(V)

b) B = -Grad(D)

c) H = -Grad(Vm)

d) D = -Grad(A)

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The given condition shows that the magnetic field intensity will be the negative

gradient of the magnetic vector potential.

7. Find the magnetic flux density of the material with magnetic vector potential A = y i + z j + x

k.

a) i + j + k

b) –i – j – k

c) –i-j

d) –i-k

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic flux density is the curl of the magnetic vector potential. B = Curl(A).

Thus Curl(A) = i(-1) – j(1) + k(-1) = -i – j – k. We get B = -i – j – k.

8. Find the magnetic flux density when a flux of 28 units is enclosed in an area of 15cm.

a) 178.33

b) 186.67

c) 192.67

d) 124.33

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The total flux is the product of the magnetic flux density and the area. Total flux =

B x A. To get B, put flux/area. B = 28/0.15 = 186.67 units.

a) ∫(4sin z i – ex j – 3cos y k)dt

b) -∫(4sin z i – ex j – 3cos y k)dt

c) ∫(4sin y i – ex j + 3cos y k)dt

d) -∫(4sin y i + ex j + 3cos y k)dt

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: We know that Curl (E) = -dB/dt. The curl of E is (4sin z i – ex j – 3cos y k). To get

B, integrate the -curl(E) with respect to time to get B = -∫(4sin z i – ex j – 3cos y k)dt.

10. Find current density J when B = 50 x 10-6 units and area dS is 4 units.

a) 9.94

b) 8.97

c) 7.92

d) 10.21

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: To get H, H = B/μ = 50 x 10-6/ 4π x 10-7 = 39.78 units. Also H = ∫ J.dS, where H =

39.78 and ∫ dS = 4. Thus J = 39.78/4 = 9.94 units.

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Magnetic Vector Potential”.

1. The magnetic vector potential is a scalar quantity.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic vector potential could be learnt as a scalar. But it is actually a vector

quantity, which means it has both magnitude and direction.

2. Find the magnetic field intensity when the magnetic vector potential x i + 2y j + 3z k.

a) 6

b) -6

c) 0

d) 1

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic field intensity is given by H = -Grad(Vm). The gradient of Vm is 1 + 2 + 3

= 6. Thus H = -6 units.

a) J

b) I

c) B

d) H

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: By Stoke’s theorem, ∫ H.dL = ∫ Curl(H).dS and from Ampere’s law, Curl(H) = J. Thus ∫

H.dL = ∫ J.dS which is nothing but current I.

4. Given the vector potential is 16 – 12sin y j. Find the field intensity at the origin.

a) 28

b) 16

c) 12

d) 4

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The field intensity is given by H = – Grad(V). The gradient is given by 0 – 12cos y. At

the origin, the gradient will be -12 cos 0 = -12. Thus the field intensity will be 12 units.

5. Find the vector potential when the field intensity 60x2 varies from (0,0,0) to (1,0,0).

a) 120

b) -20

c) -180

d) 60

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The field intensity H = -Grad(V). To get V, integrate H with respect to the variable. Thus

V = -∫H.dl = -∫60x2 dx = -20x3 as x = 0->1 to get -20.

a) 12π x 10-7

b) -12π x 10-7

c) 6π x 10-7

d) -6π x 10-7

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The field intensity H = -Grad(V). Since the given potential is a position vector, the

gradient will be 3 and H = -3. Thus the flux density B = μH = 4π x 10-7 x (-3) = -12π x 10-7 units.

a) –μ J

b) – μ I

c) –μ B

d) –μ H

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The Laplacian of the magnetic vector potential is given by Del2(A) = -μ J, where μ is the

permeability and J is the current density.

8. The magnetic vector potential for a line current will be inversely proportional to

a) dL

b) I

c) J

d) R

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The magnetic vector potential for the line integral will be A = ∫ μIdL/4πR. It is clear that

the potential is inversely proportional to the distance or radius R.

9. The current element of the magnetic vector potential for a surface current will be

a) J dS

b) I dL

c) K dS

d) J dV

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetic vector potential for the surface integral is given by A = ∫ μKdS/4πR. It is

clear that the current element is K dS.

10. The relation between flux density and vector potential is

a) B = Curl(A)

b) A = Curl(B)

c) B = Div(A)

d) A = Div(B)

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic flux density B can be expressed as the space derivative of the magnetic

vector potential A. Thus B = Curl(A).

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Magnetostatic Energy”.

1. Find the induced EMF in an inductor of 2mH and the current rate is 2000 units.

a) 4

b) -4

c) 1

d) -1

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The induced emf is given by e = -Ldi/dt. Put L = 2 x 10-3 and di/dt = 2000 in the

equation. We get e = -2 x 10-3 x 2000 = -4 units.

2. Find the work done in an inductor of 4H when a current 8A is passed through it?

a) 256

b) 128

c) 64

d) 512

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The work done in the inductor will be W = 0.5 x LI2. On substituting L = 4 and I = 8, we

get, W = 0.5 x 4 x 82 = 128 units.

3. Find the inductance of a material with 100 turns, area 12 units and current of 2A in air.

a) 0.75mH

b) 7.5mH

c) 75mH

d) 753mH

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The inductance of any material(coil) is given by L = μ N2A/I. On substituting N = 100, A

= 0.12 and I = 2, we get L = 4π x 10-7 x 1002 x 0.12/2 = 0.75 units.

4. Calculate the magnetic energy when the magnetic intensity in air is given as 14.2 units(in 10-4

order)

a) 1.26

b) 2.61

c) 6.12

d) 1.62

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic energy is given by E = 0.5 μ H2. Put H = 14.2 and in air μ = 4π x 10-7, we

get E = 0.5 x 4π x 10-7 x 14.22 = 1.26 x 10-4 units.

5. Calculate the magnetic energy when the magnetic flux density is given by 32 units(in 108 order)

a) 4.07

b) 7.4

c) 0.47

d) 7.04

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic energy is given by E = 0.5 μ H2 and we know that μH = B. On substituting

we get a formula E = 0.5 B2/μ. Put B = 32 and in air μ = 4π x 10-7, we get E = 0.5 x 322/4π x 10-7 =

4.07 x 108 units.

6. Calculate the energy when the magnetic intensity and magnetic flux density are 15 and 65

respectively.

a) 755

b) 487.5

c) 922

d) 645

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic energy can also be written as E = 0.5 μH2 = 0.5 BH, since B = μH. On

substituting B = 65 and H = 15 we get E = 0.5 x 65 x 15 = 487.5 units.

7. Find the inductance when the energy is given by 2 units with a current of 16A.

a) 15.6mH

b) 16.5mH

c) 16.8mH

d) 15.8mH

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The energy stored in an inductor is given by E = 0.5 LI2. To get L, put E = 2 and I = 16

and thus L = 2E/I2 = 2 x 2/162 = 15.6mH.

a) 25.31

b) 50.62

c) 102.4

d) 204.8

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The energy stored in an inductor is given by E = 0.5 LI2. Thus, put L = 5 and I = 4.5 and

we get E = 0.5 x 5 x 4.52 = 50.625 units To get power P = E/t = 50.625/2 = 25.31 units.

9. Find the turns in an solenoid of inductance 23.4mH , current 2A and area 15cm.

a) 900

b) 400

c) 498

d) 658

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The inductance of any material(coil) is given by L = μ N2A/I.

Put L = 23.4 x 10-3, I = 2 and A = 0.15, we get N as 498 turns.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The inductance is directly proportional to square of the turns. Since the energy is

directly proportional to the inductance, we can say both are dependent on each other.

Theory Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Magnetostatic Properties”.

a) Resistance

b) Capacitance

c) Inductance

d) Moment

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The magnetostatics highly relies on the inductance of the magnetic materials, which

decides its behavior in the influence of magnetic field.

a) Electric charges stored by the material

b) Emf generated by energising the coil

c) Magnetic field stored by the material

d) Magnetization of dipoles

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The inductance is a property of an electric conductor/coil which measures the

amount of emf generated by passing current through the coil.

3. Find the total flux in a coil of magnetic flux density 12 units and area 7 units.

a) 0.84

b) 0.96

c) 8.4

d) 9.6

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The total flux in a coil is defined by φ = BA, where B = 12 and A = 0.07. On

substituting these values, we get φ = 12 x 0.07 = 0.84 units.

4. Find the energy of a coil of inductance 18mH and current passing through it 1.25A.(in 10-3

order)

a) 14.06

b) 61

c) 46.1

d) 28.12

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic energy possessed by a coil is given by E = 0.5 x LI2. Put L = 18 x 10-

3

and I = 1.25, thus we get E = 0.5 x 18 x 10-3 x 1.252 = 14.06 x 10-3 units.

a) B

b) D

c) A

d) H

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The Maxwell equations can be used to compute E,H,D,B and J directly. It is not

possible to find the magnetic vector potential A directly.

a) D = μ H

b) B = ε E

c) E = ε D

d) B = μ H

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The magnetic flux density is the product the permeability and the magnetic field

intensity. This statement is always true for any material (permeability).

7. The permeability and permittivity of air or free space is unity. State true/false.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The permeability and permittivity of free space or air is always unity. This implies

that the air is always ready to store electric or magnetic charges subjected to it.

a) A = -Div(V)

b) V = Curl(A)

c) H = -Grad(V)

d) V = Div(E)

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: For any magnetic field, the magnetic field intensity will be the negative gradient of

the potential of the field. This is given by H = -Grad(V).

9. Find the magnetic field when the magnetic vector potential is a unit vector.

a) 1

b) -1

c) 0

d) 2

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: We know that H = -Grad(V), where is a unit vector. The gradient of a constant/unit

vector will be zero. Thus the magnetic field intensity will be zero.

10. Find the force experienced by an electromagnetic wave in a conductor?

a) Electrostatic force

b) Magneto static force

c) Electro motive force

d) Lorentz force

View Answer

Answer: d

Explanation: The electromagnetic wave experiences Lorentz force which is the combination of

the electrostatic force and magneto static force. It is given by F = QE + Q(V X B).

Theory Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

by staff10

This set of Electromagnetic Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on

“Real Time Applications”.

1. In a magnetic material, always there exist magnetic dipoles as well as monopoles. State

True/False.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: A magnetic material possesses only magnetic dipoles. The absence of magnetic

monopoles is indicated by the equation Div(B) = 0.

2. Find the total flux in a material of flux density 15 units in an area of 24 units.

a) 3.6

b) 7.2

c) 9.6

d) 5.4

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The total flux in a material is given by φ = ∫ B.dS. Put B= 15 and ∫dS = 0.24. On

substituting, we get φ = 15 x 0.24 = 3.6 units.

3. Find the magnetic field intensity of a material with flux density of 24 units in air(in 106 order)

a) 19.09

b) 21

c) 25

d) 26.78

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic flux density is given by B = μ H. To get H, put B = 24 and μ = 4∏ x

10-7. Thus H = 24/4∏ x 10-7 = 19.09 x 106 units.

4. Find the magnetic flux density when the vector potential is a position vector.

a) 1

b) 0

c) -1

d) ∞

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: The magnetic flux density is given by B = Curl(A) and A = x i + y j + z k. The curl

of the position vector A is i(0) – j(0) + k(0) = 0. Thus the flux density is also zero.

5. When the electric field travels in +x direction and the EM wave is travelling the –y direction,

then the magnetic field will be travelling in which direction?

a) +z direction

b) –z direction

c) Either +z or –z direction

d) Does not travel

View Answer

Answer: c

Explanation: The electric field and magnetic field will always travel perpendicular to each other

and the EM wave will travel perpendicular to both these fields. In the given condition when E

travels in +x direction and wave in –y direction, then the H field that is perpendicular to both

components will be travelling in either +z or –z direction.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: Inductance property exists only for pure conductors like coil, solenoid, toroid etc. It

is not present in semiconductors.

a) True

b) False

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: Light and other electromagnetic radiations are transverse in nature as they travel at

the same speed through a vacuum, such as through space. Such waves vibrate at right angles to

the direction of propagation.

a) Television

b) Washing machine

c) Microwave oven

d) Mobile phones

View Answer

Answer: b

Explanation: Television and mobile phones use the electromagnetic waves as signals. Microwave

ovens generate electromagnetic waves (microwaves) for heating the food. Washing machine

does not use any EM wave for its operation.

9. Find the flux density of a conductor in the square of the centre of the loop having current

3.14A and radius is 1.414m in air.

a) 8π x 10-7

b) 4π x 10-7

c) 6π x 10-7

d) 2π x 10-7

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The magnetic flux density of a conductor in the square of centre of the loop is given

by B = 2√2 μo I/π R. Put I = 3.14 and R = 1.414, we get B = 2 x 1.414 x 4π x 10-7 x 3.14/π x

1.414 = 8π x 10-7 units.

a) Series aiding

b) Series opposing

c) Shunt aiding

d) Shunt opposing

View Answer

Answer: a

Explanation: The series aiding flux will give maximum inductance to a circuit compared to any

other fluxing techniques. This is because all the individual and mutual inductances will get

added.

- NIC Components NPI_PÎncărcat deNICComp
- Ballistic GalvanometerÎncărcat deReddyvari Venugopal
- unit-II transformersÎncărcat dec.naresh9727
- 3.4 Analysing TransformerÎncărcat deIshraqi Ilyas
- Compendium Book For IIT -MainsÎncărcat deApex Institute
- Scilab Companion Electric Machinery and Transformers_B. S. Guru and H. R. HizirogluÎncărcat dezoyos
- A Material With a Wider Hysteresis Loop HasÎncărcat depktien
- Exam 3Încărcat deDeokPyo Hong
- AC Circuit Analysis (Part 1)Încărcat deihctoplee
- Electromagnetic InductionÎncărcat deAmitabh Mahapatra
- Fundacom_srp.pptÎncărcat deSaurabhPrasad
- [Eugenio Máximo Tait] Theory and Design of El(BookSee.org)Încărcat dexpert2k12
- ELECRICAL TECHNOLOGIES 1.pdfÎncărcat deJACOB MERCADO
- Wireless power transfer for 3d printed UAV.pdfÎncărcat deAlfie Ngr
- energies-10-00323-v2.docxÎncărcat deYadhu Krishnan
- Design of a Wireless Power Transfer System Using Electrically Coupled Loop AntennasÎncărcat deNo No Ko Min
- extragere informatiiÎncărcat deGhinea Iuliana
- CSE_006_03.pdfÎncărcat deaswardi
- Teamwork ky thuat do luong.docxÎncărcat decrazyboy0309
- CapacitorÎncărcat deumesh
- Lecture 3Încărcat deWaqar Ahmad
- electromagnetic induction2012-notes unlockedÎncărcat deapi-250079701
- electromagnetic induction2012-notes unlockedÎncărcat deapi-250079701
- module 2Încărcat deRoselle Decino
- 12_Physics_2017_18Încărcat deRitesh sharma
- Service TechnicianÎncărcat deAnonymous as4R9l
- nbsbulletinv1n3p291_A2b.pdfÎncărcat deYonny Nova
- POWER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT USING MODULAR MULTILEVEL CONVERTER APPLYING THREE WINDING TRANSFORMERÎncărcat deIJIRAE- International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering
- EC303Încărcat deapi-3853441
- Ejercicios Campos MagneticosÎncărcat deKaren Daniela Vargas Casas

- SSC English Topic-wise LATEST 35 Solved PapersÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- 1000 Electronic Devices & Circuits MCQsÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- 1000 Electrical Machines MCQsÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- 1000 Digital Signal Processing MCQsÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- 1000 Electric Circuits MCQsÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- 1000 Electromagnetic Theory MCQsÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 5.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 4.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 7.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 9.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 8.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 6.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 3_2.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- PE TUTORIAL 2.pdfÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Pe Tutorial 1Încărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Fundamental of Electrical EngineeringÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Introduction to ComputingÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Applied Electronics 1Încărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Electrical Material and Technology Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Digital Logic Design Course Outline 3rd YearÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Introduction to Electrical MachinesÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Modern Control System Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Microcomputer and Interfacing Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Electrical Installation Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Process Control Fundamental Course OutlineÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Computer ArictectureÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Communication SystemÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha
- Work shopÎncărcat dekibrom atsbha

- dynamics problemsÎncărcat degregdot671
- Physics Notes by Derek LauÎncărcat deLynn Black
- Amusement Park PhysicsÎncărcat deJonathan Majaw
- Farenheit Ct 807 PDFÎncărcat deRickey
- Fluid Conversions in Production Log InterpretationÎncărcat deaungwinnaing
- Ch23FÎncărcat deAnonymous lnJTLxc
- Cap. 28Încărcat deGuilherme Brasil
- Physics Worksheet Solutions Reaction Force iÎncărcat dezahra zanhar
- Explanation of Special RelativityÎncărcat deMuhammad Mosa
- Experiment 2Încărcat deElaine Siah
- Steam TablesÎncărcat deEr Mahendra Keshri
- Current Transformer DesignÎncărcat deAngelo Caimol Sergantes
- NSPHa CalculationÎncărcat deYakubu
- Motion in One DimensionÎncărcat deMundu Mustafa
- Nectra-CalydraÎncărcat deMike Rogue
- Bernoulli's Theorem ProofÎncărcat deSourav Das
- assignment10Încărcat deinfinus1
- BLY SUVAT Equations 2Încărcat deSylvain YABRE
- STEFAN Boltzmann Radiation LR Amo FINALÎncărcat deBonn Axell Moran
- 2.Eng-A Comparison on Performance of TCSC-Dr.josephkutty JacobÎncărcat deImpact Journals
- dB CalculationsÎncărcat deRashad Ahmad
- Lab1 EPS FinaÎncărcat deJorge Nelson
- Physics I Problems (38).pdfÎncărcat debosschellen
- chemistry is fun byÎncărcat deSaurav Uppoor
- biomech ch 11 flashcards _ Quizlet.pdfÎncărcat deHassanDaughter
- Force Relationship Between Mass Foce AccelerationÎncărcat dePauling Chia
- Chap-2Încărcat deVatsal Thakkar
- Negative Power FactorÎncărcat deLoboDemian
- ProblemsChap06-2-4Încărcat deJuan Camilo Hernandez Riascos
- chapter 9Încărcat deNeil de Dios

## Mult mai mult decât documente.

Descoperiți tot ce are Scribd de oferit, inclusiv cărți și cărți audio de la editori majori.

Anulați oricând.