**Q.1** What is constant for a charged spherical shell according to basic electrical energy?

**A.** Electrical potential inside the spherical shell

**B.** Electrical field inside the spherical shell

**C.** Electrical potential outside the spherical shell

**D.** Electrical field outside the spherical shell

**Ans : **Electrical potential inside the spherical shell

**Q.2** Which of the following elements of electrical engineering cannot be analyzed using Ohm’s law?

**A.** Inductors

**B.** Resistance

**C.** Capacitors

**D.** Transistors

**Ans : **Transistors

**Q.3** Which of the following is a correct representation of peak value in an AC Circuit?

**A.** RMS value*Form factor

**B.** RMS value*Peak factor

**C.** RMS value/Peak factor

**D.** RMS value/Form factor

**Ans : **RMS value*Peak factor

**Q.4** Where does electro-static shielding occur in a charged spherical shell?

**A.** When electrical potential inside the spherical shell is zero

**B.** Electrical field inside the spherical shell

**C.** When electrical potential outside spherical shell is zero

**D.** When electrical field outside the spherical shell

**Ans : **Electrical field inside the spherical shell

**Q.5** How many cycles will an AC signal make in 2 seconds if its frequency is 100 Hz?

**A.** 50

**B.** 100

**C.** 150

**D.** 200

**Ans : **200

**Q.6** Which of the following according to fundaments of electrical energy is correct about alternating current?

**A.** Magnitude changes with time

**B.** Flows in both directions

**C.** Frequency is zero

**D.** Can be transported to larger distances with less loss in power

**Ans : **Frequency is zero

**Q.7** What will be the current density of metal if a current of 30A is passed through a cross-sectional area of 0.5m2?

**A.** 15 A/m²

**B.** 120 A/m²

**C.** 7.5 A/m²

**D.** 60 A/m²

**Ans : **60 A/m²

**Q.8** What will be the direction of the drift velocity of electrons change with respect to the electric field?

**A.** perpendicular to that of the electric field in a positive direction

**B.** perpendicular to that of the electric field in a negative direction

**C.** same as that of electric field

**D.** opposite to that of electric field

**Ans : **opposite to that of electric field

**Q.9** What is zero for a charged spherical shell?

**A.** Electrical potential inside the spherical shell

**B.** Electrical field inside the spherical shell

**C.** Electrical potential outside the spherical shell

**D.** Electrical field outside the spherical shell

**Ans : **Electrical field inside the spherical shell

**Q.10** Which of the following is correct about the power consumed by R1 and R2 connected in series if the value of R1 is greater than R2?

**A.** R2 will consume more power

**B.** The relationship between the power consumed cannot be established

**C.** R1 will consume more power

**D.** R1 and R2 will consume the same power

**Ans : **R1 will consume more power

**Q.11** What do crowded lines of force indicate?

**A.** Weak electric field

**B.** Weak electric potential

**C.** Strong electric field

**D.** Strong electric potential

**Ans : **Strong electric field

**Q.12** What kind of quantity is an Electric potential?

**A.** Tensor quantity

**B.** Dimensionless quantity

**C.** Vector quantity

**D.** Scalar quantity

**Ans : **Scalar quantity

**Q.13** What is the magnitude of mutually induced emf, E2 in a transformer?

**A.** inversely proportional to rate of change of flux and number of secondary turns

**B.** inversely proportional to the rate of change of flux and proportional to number of secondary turns

**C.** directly proportional to rate of change of flux and number of secondary turns

**D.** proportional to rate of change of flux and inversely proportional to number of secondary turns

**Ans : **directly proportional to rate of change of flux and number of secondary turns

**Q.14** What is the direction of the electric field at a point?

**A.** Along the line tangent to the electric field

**B.** Electric field has a random direction

**C.** Along the line perpendicular to the electric field

**D.** Electric field has no direction

**Ans : **Along the line tangent to the electric field

**Q.15** What is the number of primary turns in a 200/1000 V transformer if the emf per turn is 10V?

**A.** 5

**B.** 10

**C.** 20

**D.** 40

**Ans : **20

**Q.16** Which of the following will happen in a transformer when the number of secondary turns is less than the number of primary turns?

**A.** State

**B.** The power gets stepped down

**C.** The voltage gets stepped up

**D.** The power gets stepped up

**Ans : **The voltage gets stepped down

**Q.17** Who defined electric current and devised a method to measure current?

**A.** Andre-Marie Ampere

**B.** Alessandro Antonio Volta

**C.** Michael Faraday

**D.** Nikola Tesla

**Ans : **Andre-Marie Ampere

**Q.18** Which of the following is a correct representation of average value in an AC Circuit?

**A.** RMS value*Form factor

**B.** RMS value*Peak factor

**C.** RMS value/Form factor

**D.** RMS value/Peak factor

**Ans : **RMS value/Form factor

**Q.19** Which of the following is correct about direct current?

**A.** Frequency is zero

**B.** Flows in one direction

**C.** Magnitude is constant

**D.** Can be transported to larger distances with less loss in power

**Ans : **Can be transported to larger distances with less loss in power

**Q.20** How many electrons will constitute 2 Coulombs of electric charge?

**A.** 12.48 * 10^18 electrons

**B.** 3.204 * 10^19 electrons

**C.** 6.24 * 10^18 electrons

**D.** 1.602 * 10^19 electrons

**Ans : **12.48 * 10^18 electrons

**Q.21** Which of the following according is correct about electrical conductivity?

**A.** It is the product of current density and electric field

**B.** It is the reciprocal of the product of current density and electric field

**C.** It is the ratio of current density to the electric field

**D.** It is the ratio of the electric field to current density

**Ans : **It is the ratio of current density to the electric field

**Q.22** Who witnessed the effect of magnetism for the first time?

**A.** Alexander Graham Bell

**B.** Gustav Robert Kirchhoff

**C.** Hans Christian Orsted

**D.** Michael Faraday

**Ans : **Hans Christian Orsted

**Q.23** Which of the following according to KCL must be zero?

**A.** Algebraic sum of power in closed-loop

**B.** Algebraic sum of voltages across the input and output

**C.** Algebraic sum of currents in closed-loop

**D.** Algebraic sum of currents entering and leaving a junction

**Ans : **Algebraic sum of power in closed-loop

**Q.24** What is responsible for the current to flow?

**A.** Electrons

**B.** Protons and Electrons

**C.** Protons

**D.** Nucleus

**Ans : **Electrons

**Q.25** Which of the following will happen in a transformer when the number of secondary turns is greater than the number of primary turns?

**A.** The voltage gets stepped down

**B.** The power gets stepped down

**C.** The voltage gets stepped up

**D.** The power gets stepped up

**Ans : **The voltage gets stepped up

**Q.26** How many directions can the electric field at a point have?

**A.** 0

**B.** 1

**C.** 2

**D.** Many

**Ans : **1

**Q.27** Which of the following according to the fundamentals of electrical engineering is correct about the induced emf in primary of transformer?

**A.** It is the product of primary turns and emf induced per turn

**B.** It is the product of secondary turns and emf induced per turn

**C.** It is the ratio of primary turns to emf induced per turn

**D.** It is the ratio of secondary turns to emf induced per turn

**Ans : **It is the product of primary turns and emf induced per turn

**Q.28** Which of the following is correct about the voltage transformation ratio in electrical engineering?

**A.** Ratio of induced emf in secondary to induced emf in primary

**B.** Ratio of power in primary to power in secondary

**C.** Ratio of number of primary turns to the number of secondary turns

**D.** Ratio of secondary current to the primary current

**Ans : **Ratio of induced emf in secondary to induced emf in primary

**Q.29** What does positive power in an electrical element indicate?

**A.** Element is supplying power

**B.** Element is neither absorbing nor supplying power

**C.** Element is absorbing power

**D.** Element may absorb or supply power

**Ans : **Element is absorbing power

**Q.30** Which of the following current is drawn by the primary circuit of an ideal transformer when the secondary is open?

**A.** Leakage current

**B.** Working on current

**C.** Secondary current

**D.** Magnetizing current

**Ans : **Magnetizing current

**Q.31** Which of the following type of circuits in electrical engineering cannot be analyzed using Ohm’s law?

**A.** Bilateral

**B.** Conductors

**C.** Unilateral

**D.** Linear

**Ans : **Unilateral

**Q.32** How does induce emf in DC motor react to supply voltage?

**A.** It will be double the supply voltage

**B.** It will be half of the supply voltage

**C.** It will aid the supply voltage

**D.** It will oppose the supply voltage

**Ans : **It will oppose the supply voltage

**Q.33** Which of the following according to KVL must be zero?

**A.** Algebraic sum of power in closed-loop

**B.** Algebraic sum of voltages in closed-loop

**C.** Algebraic sum of currents in closed-loop

**D.** Algebraic sum of losses in closed-loop

**Ans : **Algebraic sum of voltages in closed-loop

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