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For IIT-JAM, JNU, GATE, NET, NIMCET and Other Entrance Exams
GATE - ELECTRI CAL ENGI NEERI NG
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MOCK TEST PAPER
Pattern of questions : MCQs
There are a total of 65 questions carrying 100 marks.
Questions (56-65) belongs to general aptitude (GA).
Questions (56-60) will carry 1-mark each, and
question (61-65) will carry 2-marks each
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Total marks : 100
Duration of test : 3 Hours
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Questions (1-25) will carry 1-mark each and
questions (26-55) will carry 2-marks each.
For Q.1-25 and Q.56-60 1/3 mark will be deducted
for each wrong answer.For Q.26-51 and Q. 61-65 2/3
mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
The question pairs (Q.52, Q.53) and (Q.54, Q.55)
are linked questions.For Q.52 &54 2/3 mark will be
deducted. There is no negative marking for Q.53 &Q.55.
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Q.48-51 are common data questions.
If first question is attempted wrongly then answer of
second question will not be evaluated.
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1 In the matrix equation Px = q, which of the following is a necessary condition for the existence of at
least one solution for the unknown vector x?
(A) Augmented matrix [Pq] must have the same rank as matrix P
(B) Vector q must have only non - zero elements
(C) Matrix P must be singular
(D) Matrix P must be square
2. An arbitrary vector X is an eigen vector of the matrix A =
1 0 0
0 a 0
0 0 b
(
(
(
(

, if (a, b) =
(A) (0, 0)
(B) (1, 1)
(C) (0, 1)
(D) (1, 2)

3. The integration of logx.dx
}
has the value
(A) (x log x 1)
(B) log x x
(C) x (log x 1)
(D) None of these


4. If f(x) = | x |, then the interval [1, 1], f(x) is
(A) Satisfied all the conditions of Rolles Theorem
(B) Satisfied all the conditions of Mean Value Theorem
(C) Does not satisfied the conditions of Mean Value Theorem
(D) None of these

5. Differential equation,

2
2
d x dx
10 25x 0
dt dt
+ + =
will have a solution of the form
(A)C
1
+ C
2
t)e
5t

(B) C1 e
2t

(C) C
1
e
5t
+ C
2
e
5t

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(D) C1 e
5t
+ C
2
e
2t

Where C
1
and C
2
are constants.


6. For the differential equation
dy
5y 0
dt
+ = with y(0) = 1, then general solution is
(A) e
5t

(B) e
5t

(C) 5e
5t

(D)
5t
e



7. For | z | = 1, where C is the circle, is
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) None of these

8. If A and B are independent and P (C)= 0, then A, B and C are independent
(A) True
(B) False
(C) Both (a) and (b)
(D) None of these

9. Following are the value of a function

y(x): y(1) = 5, y(0), y (1) = 8

dy
dx
at x = 0 as per Newtons central difference scheme is
(A) 0
(B) 1.5
(C) 2.0
(D) 3.0

10. For any two events A and B
(A) P(B) = P(A B) + P( A B)
(B) P(A B) = P(A) +P(B) P(A B)

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(C) P(A/B) s P(A).
(D) All of these
11. A unit step current to a network consisting of only passive elements. The voltage across the current
source observed is v(t) = (1 + e-
ot
). The simplest possible network will consist of the elements
(A) 1 resistor and 2 capacitors
(B) 1 resistor and 2 inductors
(C) 2 resistors and 1 capacitor
(D) 2 resistor and 1 inductor
12. The energy stored in the magnetic field at a solenoid 30 cm long and 3 cm diameter wound with 1000
turns of wire carrying a current at 10 A, is
(A) 0.015 Joule
(B) 0.15 Joules
(C) 0.5 Joule
(D) 1.15 Joules
13. The current wave from in a pure resistor at 10O is shown in the given figure. Power dissipated in the
resistor is

(A) 7.29 W
(B) 52.4 W
(C) 135 W
(D) 270 W

14. A series RLC circuit consisting of R = 10 ohms, X
L
= 20 ohms and X
C
= 20 ohms is connected across
an ac supply of 100 V (rms). The magnitude and phase angle (with reference to supply voltage) of the
voltage across the inductive coil are respectively,
(A) 100 V, 90
(B) 100 V, - 90
(C) 200 V, 90
(D) 200V, 90



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15. When a unit impulse voltage is applied to an inductor of 1 H, the energy supplied by the source is

(A)
(B) 1 J
(C)
1
J
2

(D) 0


16. The resonant frequency of the given series circuit is

(A)
1
Hz
2 3 t

(B)
1
Hz
4 3 t

(C)
1
Hz
4 2 t

(D)
1
Hz
2 t

17. The final value of L
-1

4 3 2
2s 1
s 8s 16s s
+
+ + +
is
(A) Infinity
(B) 2
(C) 1
(D) Zero
18. If o(t) denotes a unit impulse, then the laplace transform of
( )
2
2
d d t
dt
will be
(A) 1
(B) s
2


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(C) s
(D) s
-2

19. The unit step response of a system is given by (1 e
t
) u (t)
(A)
et
u (t)
(B) e
t
u (t)
(C) ( )
1
e u t
t


(D) e
t
u (t)

20. If f(s) = e / (s
2
+ e
2
) , then the value of d
t
Lt

f(t)
(A) Cannot be determined
(B) Is zero
(C) Is unity
(D) None of these

21. The function f(t) has a Fourier transform g(w). The Fourier transform
( ) ( ) ( )
j t
f t g t g t e dt,is

=
}

(A) ( )
1
f
2
e
t

(B) ( )
1
f
2
e
t

(C) ( ) 2 f t e
(D) None of these

22. If f (t) and f (t) satisfy the Dicrichlets conditions, then f(t) can be expanded in a Fourier series
containing
(A) Only sine terms
(B) Only cosine terms
(C) Cosine terms and constant terms
(D) Sine terms and a constant term


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23. A single - phase starter winding when excited with ac voltage produces
(A) A single rotating field rotating as synchronous speed.
(B) Two rotating fields rotating at synchronous speed in opposite directions.
(C) Two rotating fields rotating in the same direction but at different speeds
(D) Two rotating fields rotating in opposite directions but with difference speeds.
24. The mmf of a sinusoidally distributed current sheet is
(A) Triangular shifted from the current by 90
(B) Triangular is phase with the current wave
(C) Sinusoidal shifted from the current wave by 90
(D) Sinusoidal in phase with the current wave
25. In a synchronous machine, the voltage induced by armature reaction flux acts like the voltage drop in
(A) Inductive reactance
(B) Resistance
(C) Capacitive reactance
(D) Inductive impedance
26. Synchronous reactance is
(A) The difference of armature leakage reactance and reactance equivalent of armature reaction
(B) The same as armature leakage of armature reaction
(C) The reactance equivalent of armature reaction
(D) The sum of armature leakage reactance and reactance equivalent of armature reaction
27. A synchronous motor is floating on infinite mains at no load. If its excitation is now increased, it will
draw
(A) Unity power factor current
(B) Zero power factors lagging current
(C) Zero power factor loading current
(C) No current

28. Voltage regulation of a synchronous generator calculated by synchronous impedance method is
(A) Higher than actual because of saturation of magnetic circuit
(B) Lower than actual because of saturation of magnetic circuit
(C) Nearly accurate because it takes account of magnetic circuit.
(D) Nearly accurate because the generator is normally operated with an unsaturated magnetic circuit.



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29. A two conductor 1 - | line operates at 50 Hz. The diameter of each conductor is 4 cm and is spaced 6
m apart. What is the capacitive susceptance to neutral per km?
(A) 1.42 10
-9
s/km
(B) 3.25 10
-8
s/km
(C) 4.8 10
-9
s/km
(D) 3.06 10
-9
s/km

30. A two conductor 1 - | line operates at 50 Hz. The diameter of each conductor is 20 mm and the
spacing between the conductors is 3m. The height of conductor above the ground is 6 m. The
capacitance of the line to neutral will be
(A) 9.7 pF/m
(B) 10.2 pF/m
(C) 8.7 F/km
(D) 2.4 F/m

31. A three phase line has conductor of 5 mm diameter placed at the corner of an equilateral triangle of
1.5 m side. The capacitive reactance to neutral per phase per km will be
(A) 1.25 10
6
O/km
(B) 8.68 10
5
O/km
(C) 4.25mO / km
(D) 3.66 10
5
O /km

32. Three insulating materials with same maximum working stress and permittivities 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, are
used in a single core cable. The location of the materials with respect to the core of the cable will be
(A) 2.5, 3.0, 4.0
(B) 3.0, 2.5, 4.0
(C) 4.0, 3.0, 2.5
(D) 4.0, 2.5, 3.0

33. The incremental generating costs of two generating units are given by
IC
1
= 0.1 X + 20 Rs /MWhr.
IC
2
= 0.15 Y + 18 Rs/ MWhr.

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Where X and Y are power (in MW) generated by the two units. For a total demand of 300 MW. The
values (in MW) of X and Y will be respectively
(A) 172 and 128
(B) 128 and 172
(C) 175 and 125
(D) 200 and 100

34. For protection of rotating machines against lighting surges a combination of
(A) Lighting conductor and capacitor are used
(B) Lighting conductor and lighting arrester are used
(C) Lighting arrester and capacitor are used
(D) Lighting arrester alone is used

35. For the system shown, the transfer function C(s) / R(s) is equal to

(A)
2
10
s s 10 + +

(B)
2
10
s 11s 10 + +

(C)
2
10
s 9s 10 + +

(D)
2
10
s 2s 10 + +

36. In the following block diagram
( )
1 2 1
10 10
G : G ;H s 3
s s 1
= = = +
+
and H
2
= 1.
The overall transfer function C/R is given by


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(A)
2
10
11s 31s 10 + +

(B)
2
100
11s 31s 100 + +

(C)
2
100
11s 31s 10 + +

(D)
2
100
11s 31s +


37. Consider a unity feedback control system with open -loop transfer function

( )
K
G(s)
s s 1
=
+

The steady state error of the system due to a unit step input is
(A) Zero
(B) K
(C) 1 / K
(D)
38. For a gain constant K, the phase - lead compositor
(A) Reduces the slope of the magnitude curve in the entire range of frequency domain
(B) Decreases the grain cross - over frequency
(C) Reduce the phase margin
(D) Reduce the resonance M
P

39. A control system is as shown in the given figure. The maximum value of gain K for which the system
is stable is


(A) 3
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5

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40. Straight line asymptotic Bode magnitude plot for a certain system is shown in the given figure. What
will be its transfer function?


(A)
4s
s s
1 1
4 10
| || |
+ +
| |
\ .\ .

(B)
2
s
4 1
4
s
1
10
| |
+
|
\ .
| |
+
|
\ .

(C)
0.25
s s
1 1
4 10
| || |
+ +
| |
\ .\ .

(D)
2
0.25
s s
1 1
4 10
| || |
+ +
| |
\ .\ .


41. A compensated wattmeter has its reading corrected for error due to the
(A) Frequency
(B) Friction
(C) Power consumed in current coil
(D) Power consumed in potential coil

42. The sensitivity of an instrument is the
(A) Smallest increment in the input that can be detected with certainty
(B) Largest input change to which the instrument fails to respond
(C) Ratio of the change in the magnitude of the output to the corresponding change in the magnitude
of the input
(D) Closeness of the output values for repeated applications of a constant input.

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43. If a dc voltmeter is made from an ammeter having a full - scale deflection of 100 micro amperes, then
its sensitivity (in k - ohm. (V) Will be
(A) 1
(B) 10
(C) 100
(D) 1000

44. What of the following are advantages of instrument transformers?
(A) The readings of instruments used in conjunction with them do not depend upon their resistance,
inductance etc.
(B) The readings of instruments transformers have been standardized and the rating of instruments
used in conjunction used with them also get standardized. Therefore, there is reduction of cost
and ease in replacements.
(C) The metering circuit is electrically isolated from the power circuit thereby providing safety to
operating personnel.
(D) All of these


45. The limiting error of measurement of power consumed by and the current passing through a
resistance are 1.5 % and 1 % respectively. Then the limiting error of measurement of resistance
will be.
(A) 0.5 %
(B) 1.0 %
(C) 2.5 %
(D) 3 .5 %

46 The braking torque provided by a permanent magnet in a single phase energy meter can be changed
by
(A) Providing a magnetic shunt and changing its position
(B) Changing the distance of the permanent magnet from the center of the revolving disc
(C) Both (a) and (b)
(D) None of these

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47. The power in d.c. circuit is measured with the help of ammeter and a voltmeter. The voltmeter is
connected on the load side. The power indicated by the produced to reading of two instruments (VI) is
(A) The power consumed in the load
(B) The sum of power consumed by load and the voltmeter
(C) The sum of power consumed by load and the ammeter
(D) None of these

Linked Answer Q. 48-49

The first and the second stage of a two stage RC coupled amplifier have the lower cut off frequencies
to be 100 Hz and 200 Hz respectively. Their upper cuts off frequencies are 140 kHz and 100 kHz
respectively.
48. Overall lowed cut-off frequency will be
(A) 212Hz
(B) 232 Hz
(C) 238 Hz
(D) 242 Hz

49. Overall 3 dB band-width of the amplifier will be
(A) 74.236 kHz
(B) 74.362 kHz
(C) 74.6 kHz
(D) None of these

Linked Answer Q. 50-51
The input voltage V
i
in the circuit shown in the given figure is a 1 kHz since-wave of 1V amplitude.
Assume ideal operational amplifiers with 15 V DC supply.


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50. The peak value of V
1
will be
(A) 1.06 V
(B) 1.33 V
(C) 2.33 V
(D) 3.33 V

51. The average value of V
o
will be
(A) 1.06 V
(B) 1.33 V
(C) 2.33 V
(D) 3.33 V

Common Data for Q (52-53)

A separately excited DC motor runs at 1500 rpm under no - load with 200 V applied to the armature.
The field voltage is maintained at its rated value. The speed of the motor, when it delivers a torque of
5 Nm, is 1400 rpm as shown in the figure. The rotational losses and armature reaction are neglected.

52. The armature resistance of the motor is
(A) 2O
(B) 3.4 O
(C) 4.4 O
(D) 7.7 O
53. For the motor to deliver a torque of 2.5 Nm at 1400 rpm, the armature voltage to be applied is
(A) 125.5 V
(B) 193.3 V
(C) 200 V
(D) 241.7 V

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Common Data Question 54 55

Voltage standing wave pattern in a lossless transmission line with characteristic impedance 50W and
a resistive load is shown in the figure.

l
1
4
Load
|V(z)|

54. Value of the load resistance is
(A) 50 O
(B) 200 O
(C) 12.5 O
(D) 0 O

55. Reflection coefficient is
(A) 0.6
(B) 1
(C) 0.6
(D) 0

56. No doubt, it was our own government but it was being run on borrowed ideas, using
_________solutions.
(A) Worn out
(B) Second hand
(C) Impractical
(D) Appropriate



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The question below consists of pair of related words followed by four pairs of words. Select the pair that
best expresses the relation in the original pair:
57. Ratify: Approval:
(A) Mutate: change
(B) Pacify: conquest
(C) Duel: combat
(D) Appeal: authority
58. A car goes 35 km in 1 hour, next 270 km in 3 hrs. and next 80 km in
1
2
2
hrs.Find the average speed
of the car
(A) 59.23 km/h.
(B) 61.5 km/h
(C) 80 km/h
(D) None of these

59. Some critics believe that Satyajit Ray never quite came back to the great beginning he made in this
path breaking film Pather Panchali. ______have endured decades of well-traveled bad prints to
become a signpost in cinematic history.
(A) The bizarre history of its misty origins
(B) Its haunting images
(C) Its compelling munificence
(D) The breathtaking awe it inspires

Choose the most appropriate word from the options given below that is most nearly opposite in
meaning to the given word:
60. Valedictory
(A) Sad
(B) Collegiate
(C) Derivative
(D) Generosity
Each of the 11 letters A, H, I M, O,T, U V, W, X and Z appears same when looked at in mirror. They
are called symmetric letters. Other letters in the alphabet are asymmetric letters.

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61. If the area of a given square ABCD is 3 find the total area of the entire figure?
(A) 45
2

(B) 45
(C) 48
(D) 31




62. The portion of the immunoglobulin molecule which binds the Specific antigen is formed by the amino
terminal portions of both the H and L chains.
(A) H chain
(B) L chain
(C) Both (a) and (b)
(D) None of these
63. In a certain code Language
134 means good and tasty
478 means see good picture
729 means picture are faint
Which number has been used here for faint?
(A) 9
(B) 2
(C) Data are inadequate
(D) 253
64. A bag contains an equal number of one rupee, 50 paisa and 25 paisa coins. If the value of money in
the bag is Rs. 35, find the total number of coins of each type?
(A) 7
(B) 40
(C) 30
(D) 20

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Profit to sale-Table for three companies A, B and C for 1996-97

Companies 1996 1997
Total units 300000 400000
Shares A 5% 25%
B 60% 40%
C 35% 35%
Price A 10% 8%
(per unit) B 7% 14%
(in rupees) C 9% 10%
Profit A 3% 1%
(per unit) B 0.5 5%
(in rupees) C 2% 2.5


65. What is the increase in the total profits of company B in 1997?
(A) 800%
(B) 900%
(C) 750%
(D) 789%










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ANSWER KEY



Que Ans Que Ans Que Ans Que Ans Que Ans
1 A 16 B 31 D 46 C 61 B
2 B 17 C 32 C 47 D 62 C
3 C 18 A 33 A 48 C 63 C
4 C 19 B 34 C 49 B 64 D
5 A 20 B 35 B 50 D 65 D
6 B 21 C 36 B 51 A
7 A 22 A 37 A 52 B
8 A 23 B 38 A 53 B
9 B 24 C 39 D 54 B
10 D 25 A 40 D 55 C
11 D 26 D 41 D 56 B
12 B 27 C 42 D 57 C
13 D 28 A 43 B 58 A
14 D 29 D 44 D 59 B
15 C 30 A 45 C 60 D



Hints and Solution

1(A) According to Rouches theorem, the system is consistent if and only if the coefficient matrix and the
augmented matrix K are of the same rank, otherwise the system is inconsistent.

2.(B) Since the matrix is triangular, the eigen values are o, a, b.
If (X
1
, X
2
, X
3
) is an arbitrary eigen vector, say corresponding to 1, then

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1 1
2 2
3 3
1 0 0 x x
0 a 0 x 1 x
0 0 b x x
( ( (
( ( (
=
( ( (
( ( (


X
2
, X
3
being not zero, we have, X
1
= X
1
; a X
2
= X
2
which gives
a = 1
and bX = X
3
which gives b = 1
(a, b) = (1, 1).

3.(C)
d
logx.dx logx.x x. (logx)dx
dx
=
} }

= x log x 1. dx
}

= x log x x
= x (log x 1)

4.(C) Since f(x) = | x | is continuous is [1, 1] be it is not differentiable at x = 0 e (1, 1)

5.(A)
2
2
d x dx
10 25x ]0
dt dt
+ + =
(D
2
+ 10D + 25) X = 0
(D + 5)
2
= 0
D = -5, 5
Hence solution is, (C
1
+ C
2
t)e
5t

6.(B) Given:
dy
5y 0
dt
+ =

dy
5 dt
y
=
Integrating, we get
log
e
y = c 5t
When t = 0, y = 1.
log
e
1 = c 5 0
c = 0

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log
e
y = 5t
y = e
5t

7.(A) Poles of f(z) =
2
z 3
z 2z 5

+ +
are given by
z
2
+ 2z + 5 = 0
z =
2 4i
1 2i
2

=
Since, both poles lie outside the circle | z | = 1, therefore f(z) is analytic inside the circle

2
z 3
dz 0
z 2z 5

=
+ +
}



8. (A) P(C) = 0
C = |
P(A B C) = P (A B |)
= P(|) = 0
P(A) P(B) P(C) = 0 .....Since P(C) = 0

P(A B C) = P (A) P (B) P (C)
Hence A, B, C are independent.


9. (B)
2 1
2 1 at x 0
dy y y
dx x x
=
| |
=
|

\ .

=
y(1) y( 1) 8 5
1.5
1 ( 1) 2

= =



10.(D) (a) B = (A B) ( A B)
P(B) = P(A B) + P( A B)
A B and A B are mutually exclusive.

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P ( A B) = P(B) P (A B).
(B) P (A B) = P[A ( A B)]
= P (A) + P( A B)
= P (A) + P(B) P(A B)
(C) P (A/B) = P(A) P (B/A)
s P (A) as P(B/A) s 1.

11. (D) z(s) =
( )
( )
V s
I s

=
1 1
s
1
s
s
| |
|
+
|
|
+
|
o \ .

=
s
1
1
s
+
+
o


12. (B)
( )
6 7 4
2
0
10 4 10 9 10
N A
4
L
l 0.3

t
t
= =
=
2 5
9 10
0.3

t

Energy =
2
1
LI
2
= 0.148 or 0.15 Joules

13. (D)
3
2 3 3
2 2
rms
0 0
1 9 1 t
I t .dt 9 27A
3 3 3 3
(
| |
= = =
( |
\ .

}

Power = I
2
R = 27 10 = 270 W

14. (D) Since the reactance are canceling each other, the circuit is purely resistive and the current is phase
with the applied voltage. The voltage across the inductor leads the current through it by 90
Since I = 100 Z 0 / {10 + j (20 - 20) } = 10 Z 0
L V = jLe I = 20 10 Z 90 = 200 Z 90

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15. (C) Current that flows is given by,
V(s) = sL1I (s)
I = s I (s) I (s) =
1
s
= u (t) = 1 A.
Energy supplied =
1 1
1 1 J.
2 2
=

16. (B) L
eq
= L
1
+ L
2
+ 2M = 6H
At resonance, eL
eq
=
1
C e

or e =
eq
1
L .C

=
1
12

f =
1
Hz.
4 3 t


17.(C) ( ) ( )
( )
4 3 2
s s 0 s 0
s 2s 1
Limf t LimsF s Lim
s 8s 16s s

+
= =
+ + +


3 2
s 0
2s 1
Lim
s 8s 16s s

+
=
+ + +


18.(A) Since o (t) = 1

19.(B) Impulse response =
( )
t
d
1
dt
o
o
t
e
o
= o

20.(B) ( )
2 2 2
f s 0
s
Lt f t Lt sF(s) 0
s
s
s

e e
= = = =
e + e
+

21.(C) Since g(e) = ( )
j t
1
g e dt
2

o
t
}


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22.(A) Condition f (t) = -f(-t) implies that it has rotational symmetry.

23.(B) a single - phase starter winding when excited with ac voltage produces two rotating fields rotating at
synchronous speed in opposite directions.

24. (C) The mmf of a sinusoidally distributed current sheet is sinusoidal shifted from the current wave by 90.

25.(A) In a synchronous machine, the voltage induced by armature reaction flux acts like the voltage drop in
Inductive reactance

26. (D) Synchronous reactance is the sum of armature leakage reactance and reactance equivalent of
armature reaction

27.(C) A synchronous motor is floating on infinite mains at no load. If its excitation is now increased, it will
draw no current

28. (A) Voltage regulation of a synchronous generator calculated by synchronous impedance method is
Higher than actual because of saturation of magnetic circuit.

29.(D) Here, D = 6m, r = 2 cm = 2 10
-2
M
C
n
=
( )
0
9
2
2 1
6 In D/ r
18 10 In
2 10

tc
=
| |

\ .

=
9
1
3
18 10 In
0.01
| |

|
\ .

= 9.74 10
-9
F/km
Capacitive susceptance to neutral
b
c
=
n
1
2 F.C
Xc
= t
= 2t 50 9.74 10
-9
s/km
= 3.06 10
-9
s / km


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30.(A) C
n
=
0
m
s
2
D H
In In
r H
tc
| |
| |

| |
\ .
\ .

Here, r = 10 mm = 10 10
-3
m,
D = 3 m, h = 6 m,
H
1
= H
2
= 2h = 12 m
H
12
= H
21
= (D
2
+ 4 h
2
)
1/2

= (3
2
+ 4 62)
1/2
= 153
H
m
= (H
12
. H
21
)
1/2
= H
12
= 153 m
H
s
= (H
1
. H
2
)
1/2
= (2h. 2h)
1/2
= 2h = 12m
C
n
=
0
3
2
3 153
In In
10 10 12

tc
| |
| |

|
|
|

\ .
\ .

=
9
2
1
3 12
18 10 In
10 153

| |

|
\ .

= 9.7 10-
12
F/m = 9.7 pF/m

31.(D) Here, d = 5 mm, r = 2.5 mm = 2.5 10
-3
m,
D = 1.5 m
D
eq
= (D
AB
. D
BC
. D
CA
)
1/3

= (1.5 1.5 1.5)
1/3
= 1.5 m
C
n
=
0
eq
2
D
In
r
tc
| |
|
\ .

=
9
3
1
1.5
18 10 In
2.5 10

| |

|

\ .

=

| |

|
\ .
3
9
1
1.5 10
18 10 In
1.5

= 8.68 10
-12
F/ m
= 8.68 10
-9
F/km

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= 8.68 10
-3
F/km
Capacitive reactance,

( )
( )
c
9
n
1 1
X
2 f C 2 50 8.68 10

= =
t t

= 3.66 10
5
O/km


32.(C) When all the three materials are subjected to the same maximum stress,


max
1 2 2 3 2
g
2 r 2 r 2 r

= = =
tc tc tc

or c
1
r = c
2
r
1
= c
3
r
2

Since r < r
1
< r
2
,
Therefore c
1
> c
2
> c
3

Thus, the dielectric material with highest permittivity should be placed near the conductor and other
layer in the descending order.

33.(A) For most economic load sharing
I C
1
= IC
2

We have X + Y = 300 MW
and 0.1 + 20 = 0.15 Y + 18
= 0.15 (300 - X) + 18
= 45 - 0.15 + 18
025 X = 43
or X = 172 MW
Y = 300 - 172 = 128 MW


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34.(C) The rotating machine should be protected against major and minor insulation. Major insulation is the
insulation between the winding and minor insulation means inter- turn insulation. The major isnulation
is determined by line to ground voltage across the terminal of the machine whereas minor insulation
is determined by the rate of rise of voltage. Hence to protect the rotating machine against surges
requires limiting the surge voltage magnitude at the machine terminals and sloping the wave front of
the incoming surge. To protect the major insulation, a special lighting arrester and to protect the minor
insulation a capacitor are required and connected as depicted in the give figure.


35.(B) ( )
( )
2
10
10 s(s 1)
G s
10
s 11s
1 s
s s 1
+
= =
+
+
+


( )
( )
2
2
2
10
C s
10
s 11s
10
R s s 11s 10
1
s 11s
= =
+ +
+
+


36.(B) Successive block diagram reduction can be


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( )
( )
1 2
2 1
1 2 2
2 1
GG
C s
1 G H
GG H
R s
1
1 G H
+
=
+
+

=
1 2
2 1 1 2 2
GG
1 G H GG H + +


( )
( )
( )
( )
10 10
.
C s s s 1
s 3 R s 10 10
1 10 . .1
s 1 s s 1
+
=
+
+ +
+ +

=
2
100
11s 31s 100 + +


37.(A) Unity feedback control system is shown as below :
Steady state error due to unit step.

Since it is a type 1 system, hence steady as below:
Error of system due to unit step input is zero.

38.(A) Lead compensator increases the gain - crossover frequency. It also increases the phase margin. The
high frequency end of the log magnitude plot has been raised by a dB gain of 20 log
1
( ).
2


39.(D) The characteristics equation is
1 + GH = 0
or 1 +
3 2
K
0
s 3s 2s 1
=
+ +

or
3 2
3 2
s 3s 2s K
0
s 3s 2s 1
+ + +
=
+ +

Hurwitz criterion can be applied.
s
3
1 2
5 K
3


and (1+ K), both should be positive

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s
2
3 1+Ks
1

( ) 6 1 K
3
+
0
K should be < - 1 and less than 5
s 1 K

40.(D) Initially plot has a slope of + 20 d/B decade. So there must be zero at origin.
At e = 4, slope changes to 0 dB/ decade. so pole at e = 4.
Again slope at e = 10 changes to - 40 dB/decade.
So there are two poles at e = 10.
Now, 20 lop |Ke| = 0 at e = 4.
Which gives, K = 0.25.

41. (D) A compensated wattmeter has its reading corrected for error due to power consumed in potential coil.

42. (D) Voltage across R
1
, V
1
= 35 - 5 = 30 V



Current in the circuit,
I =
5 5
A
600 1200
400
600 1200
=

+

R
x
=
30 400
5

= 2.4k O


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43.(B) Sensitivity =
Total of resistance of the inst
ohm./ V
Full scale current figure

=
6
1
10K ohm/ V
10 10



44.(D) All are correct option.

45.(C) M
1
= 20 0.001 = 0.02,
Relative error at 1 A =
0.02
2%
1
=
M
2
= 10 0.002 = 0.02,
Relative error =
0.02
2%
1
=
M
3
= 5 0.005 = 0.025,
Relative error =
0.025
2.5%
1
=
M
4
= 1 0.01 = 0.01,
Relative error =
0.01
1%
1
=

46. (C) The braking torque provided by a permanent magnet in a single phase energy meter can be changed
by Providing a magnetic shunt and changing its position & Changing the distance of the permanent
magnet from the center of the revolving disc

47.(D) All of these are incorrect.

48. (C) Given,
f
L1
= 100 Hz and f
L2
= 200 Hz
f
H1
= 140 KHz and f
H2
= 100 KHz
Let f
L
= Overall lower cut off frequency,
and f
H
= Overall upper cut-off frequency

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Then
1 2
2 2
H H
H H
1 1 1
2
f f
1 1
f f
=
| | | |
+ + | |
| |
\ . \ .

or 2 = 1 +
1 2 1 2
4
2 H
H
2 2 2 2
H H H H
f 1 1
f
f .f f f
| |
| + +
|
\ .

or f
H
4
+
2 2
1 2
H H
(f f ) + f
H
2

2 2
1 2
H H
f . f 0 =
or f
H
4
= (140
2
+ 100
2
) f
H
2
(14000)
2
= 0
f
H
2
= 29600
2 8
29600 4 (1.96 10 )
2
+

= 5572
f
H
= 74.6 kHz

1 2
2 2
L L
L L
1 1 1
2
f f
1 1
f f
=
| | | |
+ +
| |
\ . \ .


or 2 = 1 +
1 2
2 2
1 2
2 2
L L
L L 4 2
L L
f f
1
(f f ) 0
f f
+ + =
or
2 2 2 2 4 2
L L L L L L 1 2 1 2
f f f f (f f ) 0 + =
or f
L
4
f
L
2
(10000 + 40000) 100
2
200
2
= 0
or f
L
2
= 50000
2 2 2
50000 4 (100 200 )
2
+

= 57015
f
L
= 238 Hz


49. (B) 3 dB bandwidth = 74.6 kHz 238 Hz
= 74.362 kHz




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50. (D) & 51. (A)

Given, V
i
= sin et
e = 6283 rad/sec
First op amp works as half-wave rectifier, with amplification factor
=
10 5
10 5

+
= 3.33
V
1
= 3.33 sin e t, t < e t < 2t
= 0, 0 < e t < t
Second op-amp network as average defector,
V
o
=
3.33
t
= 1.06 V

Peak value of V
1
= 3.33 V
Average value of V
o
= 1.06 V

51.(A)

1 2 1 1
x y x x x x z
0 0 1 0 1 0 1
0 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 0 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 0 1 0 1 1


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Then x y z
0 0 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 1

52. (B)

Given:
No load speed
N
0
= 1500 rpm, V
o
= 200V,
T = 5 Nm, N = 1400
Emf at no load,
1
b
E V 200 = =
Now
b1 1
2 b2
E N
N E
=

2
b2 b1
1
N 1400
E .E 200
N 1500
= =
= 186.67 V

But
B a
m
E I
T =
e


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m
2 N
60
t
e =

a
60 * 186.67 * I
5
2 * 1400
=
t

I
a
= 3.926amp

2 2
b a a
V E I R = +

2
2
b
a
a
V E
R
I
=
=
200 186.67
3.926

= 3.395 =3.4O

53. (B) Given: T = 2.5 Nm, 1400 rpm
Now
2.5 =
I
a
= 1.963 amp
V = E
b
+ R
a
I
a

= 186.66 + 1.9634 3.4
= 193.34 V
54 & 55. (B, C)
Here v
max
= 4, and V
min
= 1
VSWR = 4 = S
Reflection coefficient,

S 1 4 1 3
K 0.6
S 1 4 1 5
= = = =
+ +

Now,
R 0
R 0
Z Z
K
Z Z
=
+

3Z
R
+ 150 = 5Z
R
250
Z
R
= 200 O

56.(B) No doubt, it was our own government but it was being run on borrowed ideas, using second hand
solutions.

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57.(C) Ratify: Approval:: duel: combat

58.(A) Total distance covered
= 35 + 270 + 80 = 385 km.
= 1 + 3 +
1
2
2
hrs.
= 13/2 hrs
Average speed =
D 385 2
T 13

=
= 59.23 km/hr.

59.(B) some critics believe that Satyajit Ray never quite came back to the great beginning he made in this
path breaking film Pather Panchali. Its haunting images have endured decades of well-traveled bad
prints to become a signpost in cinematic history.

60(D) Generosity is nearly opposite to Valedictory

61.(B) Count the number of squares in the figure and multiply it by 3 i.e. 45.

62(C) The portion of the immunoglobulin molecule which binds the Specific antigen is formed by the Amino
terminal portions of both the H and L chains.

63.(C) 4 = good 7 = picture and 2 and 9 = are and faint respectively.

64.(D)
X X X 7X
35 or
1 2 4 4
+ + =
= 35 or 7X
= 35 4 or X = 20
65(D) The increase in the total profits of company B in 1997 is 789%.


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Please find below in Table the details of the Course for GATE 2013
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TABLE - GATE 2013 ENGINEERING
GATE 2013
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