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Electromagnetic Field Theory
In above problem, if the inductance L1 and L2 in series aiding with 30 mH mutual inductance, then total inductance will be
200 mH.
100 mH.
50 mH.
150 mH.
200 mH.
100 mH.
50 mH.
150 mH.
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
The right hand rule for determining the direction of the induced EMF was introduced by
Lenz
Maxwell
Faraday
Fleming
Lenz
Maxwell
Faraday
Fleming
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
Two coils have inductances L1 = 1200 mH and L2 = 800 mH. They are connected in such a way that flux in the two coils aid each other and inductance is measured to be 2500 mH, then Mutual inductance between the coils is ___________ mH.
250.
150.
225.
145.
250.
150.
225.
145.
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
If an electric current carrying coil is placed in a uniform magnetic field in the direction of magnetic induction, then
the net force and torque are both finite.
the net force is zero but torque is finite.
the net force is finite but torque is zero.
the net force and torque on the coil are both zero.
the net force and torque are both finite.
the net force is zero but torque is finite.
the net force is finite but torque is zero.
the net force and torque on the coil are both zero.
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
The transmitting antennas for lower frequencies (below 500 kHz) are generally
Parabolic reflector type
Any of the above
Vertical grounded wire type
Horizontal suspended wire type
Parabolic reflector type
Any of the above
Vertical grounded wire type
Horizontal suspended wire type
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
How much current must flow in a loop of radius 1m to produce a magnetic field of 1 mA/m?
1mA.
2.5 mA.
1.5 mA.
2 mA.
1mA.
2.5 mA.
1.5 mA.
2 mA.
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