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Multiple choice questions

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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
A coil consisting of 50 turns of copper wire has an area of 30 cm2. Determine the peak magnitude of the sinusoidal voltage produced across the terminals of the coil if it rotates within a magnetic field of 700 mT at a rate of 3000 rpm?

 
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Question 2.
What is normally used to convert the alternating voltage produced by rotating a coil in a magnetic field, into a direct voltage?

 
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Question 3.
In the following diagram of a DC generator, what is indicated by the label 'X'?

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Question 4.
In the diagram of the previous question, what is indicated by the label 'Y'?

 
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Question 5.
In the following diagram of an alternator, what is indicated by the label 'Z'?

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Question 6.
In the diagram of the previous question, what is indicated by the label 'W'?

 
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Question 7.
A six-pole alternator is required to operate at 50 Hz. What is the required rotation speed?

 
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Question 8.
What is the rotation speed of a six-pole synchronous motor when used with a single-phase 60 Hz supply?

 
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Question 9.
What form of motor is shown here?

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Question 10.
Power generation is dominated by DC machines, particularly in high-power applications.

   
 
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