A) operates by initial complete conversion to kinetic energy B) is most suited for low head installations C) making use of a draft tube D) always operates submerged. Ans : (A)
A) Water is recirculated through turbine B) Downstream water is pumped up-stream during off load periods C) Water is stored by pumping to high pressures D) Power is produce by means of pumps. Ans : (B)
A) is being installed in Haryana B) exists is Gandhi Sagar dam (Kota) C) exists in Kadamparai (Tamil Nadu) D) does not exist. Ans : (C)
A) rotameter B) U tube manometer C) pitot tube D) venturimeter. Ans : (B)
A) density of fluids B) discharge of fluids C) velocity of fluids D) viscosity of fluids. Ans : (B)
A) energy, pressure and discharge of liquid B) energy and pressure of liquid C) pressure of liquid D) energy of liquid. Ans : (C)
A) Orifice B) Pressure gauge C) Venturimeter D) Pitot tube. Ans : (C)
A) Hydroelectric power plant B) Steam turbine plant C) Petrol engine plant D) Diesel engine plant. Ans : (B)
A) Shunt inductance B) Resistive loads C) Shunt capacity D) Generators. Ans : (A)
A) diesel B) air C) mixture of air and diesel D) any combustible gas. Ans : (B)
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) of Electric Power page-10:91. An impulse turbine
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) of Electric Power page-9:81. Spouting velocity is A) Velocity of jet under specified conditions B) Actual velocity of jet C) 50 % of ideal velocity of jet D) Ideal velocity of jet.
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) of Electric Power page-8:71. In closed cooling system A) water does not flow B) hot water is recirculated after cooling C) air and water cooling is simultaneously used D) constant supply of fresh water for cooling is required.