# Electric Machine Design PART 16 ONLINE Multiple Choice Questions

## Electric Machine Design PART 16 Category –EE Online Test

Attempt Free Electric Machine Design PART 16 Here. Read The Important Electrical MCQ From Below.

 Which of the following statements is false?
(a) A DC motor converts electrical energy to mechanical energy
(b) The efficiency of a DC motor is the ratio input power to output power
(c) A DC generator converts mechanical power to electrical power
(d) The efficiency of a DC generator is the ratio output power to input power
Options:
1. C only
2. C and D only
3. B only
4. None of the above

 If the speed of a DC machine is doubled and the flux remains constant, the generated e.m.f.
(a) remains the same
(b) is doubled
(c) is halved
(d) None of the above

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 If the flux per pole of a shunt-wound DC generator is increased, and all other variables are kept the same, the speed
(a) decreases
(b) stays the same
(c) increases
(d) None of the above

 Which of the following statements is false?
(a) A commutator is necessary as part of a DC motor to keep the armature rotating in the same direction
(b) A commutator is necessary as part of a DC generator to
produce unidirectional voltage at the terminals of the generator
(c) The field winding of a DC machine is housed in slots on the armature
(d) The brushes of a DC machine are usually made of carbon and do not rotate with the armature
Options:
1. D only
2. C and D only
3. None of the above
4. C only

 If the flux per pole of a shunt-wound DC generator is halved, the generated e.m.f. at constant speed
(a) is doubled
(b) is halved
(c) remains the same
(d) None of the above

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 In a series-wound generator running at constant speed, as the load current increases, the terminal voltage
(a) increases
(b) decreases
(c) stays the same
(d) None of the above

 Which of the following statements is false for a series-wound DC motor?
(a) The speed decreases with increase of resistance in the armature circuit
(b) The speed increases as the flux decreases
(c) The speed can be controlled by a diverter
(d) The speed can be controlled by a shunt field regulator

 The armature resistance of
a DC motor is 0.5 , the supply voltage is 200V and the back
e.m.f. is 196V at full speed. The armature current is:
(a) 4A
(b) 8A
(c) 400A
(d) 392A

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 In DC generators iron losses are made up of:
(a) hysteresis and friction losses
(b) hysteresis, eddy current and brush contact losses
(c) hysteresis and eddy current losses
(d) hysteresis, eddy current and copper losses

 The effect of inserting a resistance in series with the field winding of a shunt motor is to:
(a) increase the magnetic field
(b) increase the speed of the motor
(c) decrease the armature current
(d) reduce the speed of the motor

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