# A loss less line terminated with its surge impedance has

A loss less line terminated with its surge impedance has

A loss less line terminated with its surge impedance has flat voltage profile.

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Description : A loss less transmission line having Surge Impedance Loading (SIL) of 2280 MW is provided with a uniformly distributed series capacitive compensation of 30%. Then, SIL of the compensated transmission line will be (A) 1835 MW (B) 2280 MW (C) 2725 MW (D) 3257 MW

Last Answer : A loss less transmission line having Surge Impedance Loading (SIL) of 2280 MW is provided with a uniformly distributed series capacitive compensation of 30%. Then, SIL of the compensated transmission line will be 2280 MW

Last Answer : A lossless radial transmission line with surge impedance loading takes negative VAr at sending end and zero VAr at receiving end.

Description : A loss less line of characteristic impedance Z0 is terminated in pure reactance of –jZ0 value. VSWR is  (1) 10 (2) 2 (3) 1 (4) Infinity

Last Answer : A loss less line of characteristic impedance Z0 is terminated in pure reactance of –jZ0 value. VSWR is Infinity.

Description : Which of the following characterizes a properly terminated transmission line? A. The line loss is minimum. B. The standing wave ratio is minimum. C. The input impedance is twice the load impedance. D. The standing wave ratio is one.

Last Answer : D. The standing wave ratio is one.

Description : A travelling wave of surge resistance, Ro on a transmission line is terminated by a load resistance, RL. If RL > Ro then there is (A) no reflected wave (B) partial reflection of reversal ... (C) partial reflection of reversal of voltage only (D) reflection of reversal of both current and voltage

Last Answer : A travelling wave of surge resistance, Ro on a transmission line is terminated by a load resistance, RL. If RL > Ro then there is partial reflection of reversal of current only

Description : Why is the physical length of a coaxial cable transmission line shorter than its electrical length? A. Skin effect is less pronounced in the coaxial cable B. RF energy moves slower along the ... higher in the parallel feed line D. The characteristic impedance is higher in the parallel feed line

Last Answer : B. RF energy moves slower along the coaxial cable

Description : A long overhead transmission line is terminated by its characteristic impedance. Under this operating condition, the ratio of the voltage to the current at different points along the line will?

Last Answer : A long overhead transmission line is terminated by its characteristic impedance. Under this operating condition, the ratio of the voltage to the current at different points along the line will progressively increase from the receiving end to the sending end.

Description : A transmission line is terminated at its characteristic impedance. The reflection coefficient is  (a) 1 (b) –1 (c) 0 (d) ∞

Last Answer : A transmission line is terminated at its characteristic impedance. The reflection coefficient is  0

Description : A transmission line of unknown impedance is terminated with two different resistances, and an SWR is measured each time. With a 75 Ω termination, the SWR measures 1.5. With a 300 Ω termination, it measures 2.67. What is the impedance of the line? A. 100 Ω B. 212 Ω C. 300 Ω D. 112 Ω

Last Answer : D. 112 Ω

Description : A 50Ω transmission line is terminated in an impedance of 20-j50. What will be the reflection coefficient? A) 0.69 B) 1.69 C) 6.9 D) 16.9

Last Answer : A 50Ω transmission line is terminated in an impedance of 20-j50. What will be the reflection coefficient? A) 0.69 B) 1.69 C) 6.9 D) 16.9

Description : The lossless line of characteristics impedance 300 Ohm is terminated in a pure resistance of 200 Ohm. The value of the standing wave ratio is  (a) 1.5 (b) 0.67 (c) 1.0 (d) 1.25

Last Answer : The lossless line of characteristics impedance 300 Ohm is terminated in a pure resistance of 200 Ohm. The value of the standing wave ratio is 1.5

Description : The time taken for a surge to travel a 600 km long overhead transmission line is?

Last Answer : The time taken for a surge to travel a 600 km long overhead transmission line is 0.002s.

Description : The presence of standing waves on a transmission line is the result of A. a high level of attenuation on the line. B. terminating the line by a resistive load equal in value to the surge impedance ... input power to below its critical level. D. an impedance mismatch between the load and the line.

Last Answer : D. an impedance mismatch between the load and the line.

Description : What is the term for the ratio of actual velocity at which a signal travels through a line to the speed of light in a vacuum? A. Velocity factor B. Characteristic impedance C. Surge impedance D. Standing wave ratio

Last Answer : A. Velocity factor

Description : What will be the reflection coefficient of the wave of load connected to transmission line if surge impedance of the line is equal to load ? (a) Zero (b) Unity (c) Infinity (d) None of the above

Description : The square root of the ratio of line impedance and shunt admittance is called the (a) surge impedance of the line (b) conductance of the line (c) regulation of the line (d) none of the above

Last Answer : (a) surge impedance of the line

Description : For an overhead line, the surge impedance is taken as (a) 20-30 ohms (b) 70—80 ohms (c) 100—200 ohms (d) 500—1000 ohms (e) none of the above

Last Answer : (c) 100—200 ohms

Description : The square root of the ratio of line impedance and shunt admittance is called the (a) surge impedance of the line (b) conductance of the line (c) regulation of the line (d) none of the above

Last Answer : (a) surge impedance of the line

Description : When the load on a transmission line is equal to the surge impedance loading  (a) The receiving end voltage is less than the sending end voltage  (b) The sending end voltage is less than the ... is more than the sending end voltage  (d) The receiving end voltage equal to the sending end voltage

Last Answer : When the load on a transmission line is equal to the surge impedance loading The receiving end voltage equal to the sending end voltage

Description : The surge impedance for over head line is taken as  (1) 10-20 ohms (2) 50-60 ohms (3) 100-200 ohms (4) 1000-2000 ohms

Last Answer : The surge impedance for over head line is taken as 100-200 ohms

Description : Surge impedance of overhead transmission line is normally in the order of (a) 1- 5 ohms (c) 300 - 500 ohms (b) 20 - 30 ohms (d) 300000 - 500000 ohms

Last Answer : Surge impedance of overhead transmission line is normally in the order of 300 - 500 ohms

Description : When a dominant mode wave guide not terminated in its characteristic impedance is excited with a 10 GHZ signal then if d is the distance between two successive minima of the standing wave in the guide then   (A) d = 1.5 cm (B) d is less then 1.5 cm (C) d is greater then 1.5 cm (D) d = 3 cm

Last Answer : When a dominant mode wave guide not terminated in its characteristic impedance is excited with a 10 GHZ signal then if d is the distance between two successive minima of the standing wave in the guide then d = 1.5 cm

Description : A waveguide may also be terminated in a resistive load that is matched to the characteristic impedance of the waveguide. The resistive load is most often called a _____

Description :  A single-phase transmission line of impedance j 0.8 ohm supplies a resistive load of 500 A at 300 V. The sending end power factor is?

Last Answer :  A single-phase transmission line of impedance j 0.8 ohm supplies a resistive load of 500 A at 300 V. The sending end power factor is 0.6 lagging.

Description : Which of the following statements is incorrect? (a) Station batteries are used to operate relay only (b) The lightning arresters are basically surge diverters (c) An impedance relay has maximum fault current when fault occurs near the relay (d) A high speed relay has an operation of 1 to 2 cycles

Last Answer : (a) Station batteries are used to operate relay only

Description : Why does surge impedance loading (SIL) increase with increase in voltage level?

Last Answer : Answer: SIL varies as the square of the operating voltage, so SIL increases with increase in voltage level

Description : The impedance of a circuit is given by z=3+j4. Its conductance will be?

Last Answer : The impedance of a circuit is given by z=3+j4. Its conductance will be 3/25.

Description : The input impedance of a short circuited loss less transmission line of characteristic impedance 50 Ohm is

Description : A 10 kVA, 400 V/200 V single phase transformer with 10% impedance draws a steady short-circuit line current of   (a) 250A (b) 50 A (c) 150 A (d) 350 A

Last Answer : A 10 kVA, 400 V/200 V single phase transformer with 10% impedance draws a steady short-circuit line current of 250A

Description : The per unit impedance ofa circuit element is 0.15. If the base kV and base MVA are halved, then the new value of the per unit impedance of the circuit element will be?

Last Answer : The per unit impedance ofa circuit element is 0.15. If the base kV and base MVA are halved, then the new value of the per unit impedance of the circuit element will be 0.30.

Description : A 100 km long transmission line is loaded at 110 kV.if the loss of line is 5 MW and the load is 150 MVA, the resistance of the line is?

Last Answer : P = I^2  *  R 5*10^6  = [(150*10^6) / (110*10^3)  *  R R = 2.7 ohm/phase

Description : I was recently terminated because I informed HR of the discrimination I was recieving because I am a women (can't do my job, less pay, no OT) and I was terminated. Can I file a gender discrimination case against them?

Last Answer : Yes you can attempt to do this by contacting your local EEOC which stands for Equal Employment Opportunity Commision.

Description : If the terminating impedance is exactly equal to the characteristic impedance of the transmission line the return loss is ___________. A. zero B. one C. infinite D. None of these

Description : How can intermodulation interference between two transmitters in close proximity reduced or eliminated? A. Through installing a band-pass filter in the antenna feed line B. Through installing terminated circulator ... high driving power D. By installing a low-pass filter in the antenna feed line

Last Answer : A. Through installing a band-pass filter in the antenna feed line

Description : Transmission lines when connected to antenna have A. capacitive load B. resistive load whose resistance is less than characteristics impedance C. resistive load at the resonant frequency D. resistive load whose resistance is greater than the characteristic impedance of the line

Description : I have a Surge Protector (with Data Line protection: ethernet, telephone, coaxial cable) Plugged into a UNGROUNDED Outlet. Do is there a risk? It is Safe?

Last Answer : My understanding is that the surge protector helps keep your equipment safe. And the grounding helps keep you safe. The surge protector will trip a circuit so any power spikes won't damage your stuff that is ... least that is how my brother in law explained it to me. (he is a licensed electrician)

Description : The purpose of a surge tank is (A) To control the pressure variations due to rapid changes in the pipe line flow (B) To eliminate water hammer possibilities (C) To regulate flow of water to turbines by providing necessary retarding head of water (D) All of the above

Description : Which of the following devices will receive voltage surge first travelling on the transmission line ? (a) Lightning arresters (b) Relays (c) Step-down transformer (d) Switchgear

Last Answer : (a) Lightning arresters

Description : The corona loss in a 50 Hz system is 0.25 kW/ph/km. At a frequency of 60 Hz, the corona loss would be   (a) 0.30 kW/ph/km (b) 0.36 kW/ph/km (c) 028 kW/ph/km (d) 0.21 kW/ph/km

Last Answer : The corona loss in a 50 Hz system is 0.25 kW/ph/km. At a frequency of 60 Hz, the corona loss would be 028 kW/ph/km

Description : Corona loss in transmission lines can be reduced by (A) using small diameter conductors (B) using bundled conductors (C) using less spacing between conductors (D) increasing the transmission line voltage

Last Answer : Corona loss in transmission lines can be reduced by using bundled conductors

Description : Corona loss can be reduced by the use of hollow conductors because?

Last Answer : Corona loss can be reduced by the use of hollow conductors because of better ventilation in the conductor.

Description : The corona loss on a particular system at 50 Hz is 1 kw/phase per km. The corona loss on the same system with supply frequency 25 Hz will be?

Last Answer : The corona loss on a particular system at 50 Hz is 1 kw/phase per km. The corona loss on the same system with supply frequency 25 Hz will be 0.667 kW/phase/km.

Description : can a revocable trust be terminated before it's expiration date and devided however the trustee wants or does it have to be divided equally shares?

Last Answer : A revocable trust is just that - revocable. If you are the creator of the trust, you can revoke it and change ownership of property.

Description : Was I wrongfully terminated?

Last Answer : answer:I'm confused. In this question, you say repeatedly that you were actually short. Several times. Why has the story changed now? When your manager told you that you were dismissed for changing ... that constituted force balancing / fraud? Surely, she should have been able to explain it to you.

Description : Am I going to be terminated?

Last Answer : Sounds like it.

Description : If you file for unemployment, and the employer that terminated you doesn't respond to the requests or info sent out by the unemployment people, what does that mean?

Description : What can cause terminated wires to loosen resulting in broken or intermittent connections?

Last Answer : Heating and coolingVibration

Description : In RAPIDS 7 the application makes the initial determination of whether the CAC will be terminated?