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BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Regulation 2017 Anna University

BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

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Sample BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering:

1. State Ohm’s law. BTL – 1 Remember

2. Predict the efficiency under maximum power transfer
condition? State in which types of applications such a level
of efficiency is acceptable and Why?
BTL – 6 Create (BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering)

3. Define the following terms Active & Passive elements with
suitable example for each.
BTL – 1 Remember

4. Asses superposition theorem and list its limitations. BTL – 4 Analyze

5. How Norton equivalent is obtained from Thevenin’s
equivalent.
BTL – 4 Analyze

6. Illustrate the following laws
(i) Kirchhoff’s current law (ii) Kirchhoff’s Voltage law.
BTL – 3 Apply (BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering)

7. Two resistances of 4Ω and 6Ω are connected in parallel
across 10V battery. Calculate the current through 6Ω
resistance.
BTL – 3 Apply

8. Distinguish Loop and Mesh analysis. BTL – 2 Understand

9. Point out the behavior of an ideal capacitor when connected
across a dc excitation. Show the symbolic representation of
their behavior.
BTL – 4 Analyze (BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering)

10. Discuss the behaviour of an ideal inductor when connected
across a dc excitation,
BTL – 2 Understand

11. When a resistor is placed across the 415V supply, the current
is 36A. What is the value of resistor that must be placed in
parallel to increase the load to 40A?
BTL – 1 Remember

12. Summarize Thevenin’s theorem. BTL – 2 Understand

13. Enumerate the different types of dependent sources and
sketch their symbolic diagrams.

14. Evaluate the series connection of resistors and voltage
divider rule.
BTL – 5 Evaluate (BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering)

15. Justify the parallel connection of resistors and current divider
rule.
BTL – 5 Evaluate

16. What are ideal independent voltage and current sources?
Sketch the symbolic representations of each and draw their
v-i characteristics,
BTL – 1 Remember

17. Outline the steps required to analyse a circuit by applying the
mesh current method.
BTL – 1 Remember

18. State maximum power transfer theorem. BTL – 1 Remember

19. List the steps to write the node-voltage equations for
analyzing a n-node circuit.
BTL – 2 Understand

20. Compose the expressions for (a) inductors and (b) capacitors
connected in parallel. (BE8253 Question Bank Basic Electrical Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering)

Subject NameBASIC ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING
Subject CodeBE8253
Regulation2017
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