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GATE201428
A parallel plate capacitor consisting two dielectric materials is shown in the figure. The middle dielectric slab is placed symmetrically with respect to the plates. If the potential difference between one of the plates and the nearest surface of dielectric interface is $2$ $Volts$, then the ratio $ε_1$ : $ε_2$ is $1:4$ $2:3$ $3:2$ $4:1$
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GATE2015136
A parallel plate capacitor is partially filled with glass of dielectric constant $4.0$ as shown below. The dielectric strengths of air and glass are $30$ kV/cm and $300$ kV/cm, respectively. The maximum voltage (in kilovolts), which can be applied across the capacitor without any breakdown, is ______.
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GATE2014232
The magnitude of magnetic flux density ($\vec{B}$ ) at a point having normal distance $d$ meters from an infinitely extended wire carrying current of $I$ $A$ is $\frac{\mu i}{2\pi d}$ (in $SI$ units) (in SI units). An infinitely extended wire is laid along the xaxis and is carrying current of $4$ ... $weber/m^2$ $\frac{4}{3\pi }\hat{i}$ $A/m$ $\frac{3}{2\pi }\hat{k}$ $A/m$ $0$ $A/m$
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GATE2016242
The flux linkage $(\lambda)$ and current $(i)$ relation for an electromagnetic system is $\lambda=(\sqrt{i})/g$. When $i = 2A$ and $g$ (airgap length) = $10$ cm, the magnitude of mechanical force on the moving part, in $N$, is __________.
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GATE2016114
A softiron toroid is concentric with a long straight conductor carrying a direct current $I$. If the relative permeability $\mu_{r}$ of softiron is $100$, the ratio of the magnetic flux densities at two adjacent points located just inside and just outside the toroid, is ________.
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GATE2014148
The $dc$ current flowing in a circuit is measured by two ammeters, one $PMMC$ and another electrodynamometer type, connected in series. The $PMMC$ meter contains $100$ turns in the coil, the flux density in the air gap is $0.2\: Wb/m^2,$ and ... The spring constants of both the meters are equal. The value of current, at which the deflections of the two meters are same, is ________
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GATE201514
Consider a function $\vec{f}=\frac{1}{r^{2}} \hat{r}$ where $r$ is the distance from the origin and $\hat{r}$ is the unit vector in the radial direction. The divergence of this function over a sphere of radius $R$, which includes the origin, is $0$ $2 \pi$ $4 \pi$ $R \pi$
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GATE2016231
The line integral of the vector field $F=5xz \hat{i}+(3x^{2}+2y)\hat{j}+x^{2}z\hat{k}$ along a path from $(0,0,0)$ to $(1,1,1)$ parametrized by $(t, t^{2}, t)$ is ________.
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GATE2014331
A perfectly conducting metal plate is placed in $x$$y$ plane in a right handed coordinate system. A charge of $+32\pi \epsilon _0\sqrt{2}$ columbs is placed at coordinate $(0, 0, 2)$. $\epsilon _0$ is the permittivity of free space. Assume $\hat{i}$,$\hat{j}$,$\hat{k}$ to be unit ... $\vec{E}$ $(Newtons/Columb)$ will be $2\sqrt{2}\hat{k}$ $2\hat{k}$ $2\hat{k}$ $2\sqrt{2}\hat{k}$
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GATE2016255
A rotating conductor of $1$ m length is placed in a radially outward (about the $z$axis) magnetic flux density $(B)$ of $1$ Tesla as shown in figure below. Conductor is parallel to and at $1$ m distance from the $z$axis. The speed of the conductor in r.p.m. required to induce a voltage of $1$ V across it, should be __________.
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GATE201417
$C_0$ is the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with air as dielectric $($ as in figure $(a))$. If, half of the entire gap as shown in figure $(b)$ is filled with a dielectric of permittivity $\epsilon _r$ , the expression for the modified capacitance is $\frac{C_0}{2}(1+\epsilon _r)$ $(C_0+\epsilon _r)$ $\frac{C_0}{2}\epsilon _r$ $C_0(1+\epsilon _r)$
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GATE201324
Given a vector field $\textbf{F}=y^2x \textbf{a}_xyz \textbf{a}_yx^2 \textbf{a}_z$ the line integral $\int \textbf{F} \cdot d \textbf{l}$ evaluated along a segment on the $x$axis from $x=1$ to $x=2$ is $2.33$ $0$ $2.33$ $7$
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GATE2015210
A circular turn of radius $1$ m revolves at $60$ rpm about its diameter aligned with the xaxis as shown in the figure. The value of $\mu_{0}$ is $4\pi \times 10^{7}$ in SI unit. If a uniform magnetic field intensity $\vec{H}=10^{7}\hat{z}$ A/m is applied, then the peak value of the induced voltage, $V_{turn}$ ( in Volts), is _________.
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GATE201342
Two magnetically uncoupled inductive coils have $Q$ factors $q_1$ and $q_2$ at the chosen operating frequency. Their respective resistances are $R_1$ and $R_2$. When connected in series, their effective $Q$ factor at the same operating frequency is $q_1R_1+q_2R_2$ $q_1/R_1+q_2/R_2$ $\big(q_1R_1+q_2R_2\big)/\big(R_1+R_2\big)$ $q_1R_2+q_2R_2$
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GATE201334
A dielectric slab with $500$ mm $\times 500$ mm crosssection is $0.4\:m$ long. The slab is subjected to a uniform electric field of $\textbf{E}=6 \textbf{a}_x+8 \textbf{a}_y\: KV/mm$. The relative permittivity of the dielectric material is equal to $2$. The value of ... $8.85 \times10^{11}$ $8.85 \times 10^{15}$ $88.5$ $885$
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GATE201432
A particle, starting from origin at $t$ = $0$ $s$, is traveling along xaxis with velocity $V=\frac{\pi }{2}cos(\frac{\pi }{2}t)m/s$ At t = $3$ $s$, the difference between the distance covered by the particle and the magnitude of displacement from the origin is _________.
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GATE201433
Let $\nabla .(fv)=x^2y+y^2z+z^2x$ , where $f$ and $v$ are scalar and vector fields respectively. If $v=yi+zj+xk$ then $v.\Delta f$ is $x^2y+y^2z+z^2x$ $2xy+2yz+2zx$ $x+y+z$ $0$
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GATE2014132
The following four vector fields are given in Cartesian coordinate system. The vector field which does not satisfy the property of magnetic flux density is $y^2a_x+z^2a_y+x^2a_z$ $y^2a_x+x^2a_y+z^2a_z$ $x^2a_x+y^2a_y+z^2a_z$ $y^2z^2a_x+x^2z^2a_y+x^2y^2a_z$
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GATE2015111
Consider a oneturn rectangular loop of wire placed in a uniform magnetic field as shown in the figure. The plane of the loop is perpendicular to the field lines. The resistance of the loop is $0.4\Omega$, and its inductance is negligible. The magnetic flux ... $\omega= 2\pi \times 50$ radian/second. The power absorbed (in Watt) by the loop from the magnetic field is _________.
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GATE2016153
A dc voltage with ripple is given by $v(t)=\left [ 100+10\sin\left ( \omega t \right )5\sin\left ( 3\omega t \right ) \right ]$ volts. Measurements of this voltage $v(t)$ made by movingcoil and movingiron voltmeters, show readings of $V_{1}$ and $V_{2}$ respectively. The value of $V_{2} − V_{1}$, in volts, is ________.
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GATE2016113
In cylindrical coordinate system, the potential produced by a uniform ring charge is given by $\phi = f(r, z)$ where $f$ is a continuous function of $r$ and $z$. Let $\vec{E}$ be the resulting electric field. Then the magnitude of $\nabla \times \vec{E}$ Increases with $r$ Is $0$. Is $3$. Decreases with $z$.
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GATE201312
The curl of the gradient of the scaler field defined by $V=2x^2y+3y^2z+4z^2x$ is $4xy \textbf{a}_x+6yz \textbf{a}_y+8zx \textbf{a}_z$ $4 \textbf{a}_x+6\textbf{a}_y+8 \textbf{a}_z$ $(4xy+4z^2) \textbf{a}_x+(2x^2+6yz) \textbf{a}_y+(3y^2+8zx) \textbf{a}_z$ $0$
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GATE201437
A hollow metallic sphere of radius $r$ is kept at potential of $1$ $Volt$. The total electric flux coming out of the concentric spherical surface of radius $R ( > r)$ is $4\pi \epsilon _0r$ $4\pi \epsilon _0r^2$ $4\pi \epsilon _0R$ $4\pi \epsilon _0R^2$
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GATE2016138
Two electric charges $q$ and $−2q$ are placed at $(0,0)$ and $(6,0)$ on the $xy$ plane. The equation of the zero equipotential curve in the $xy$ plane is $x=2$ $y=2$ $x^{2}+y^{2}=2$ $(x+2)^{2}+y^{2}=16$
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GATE201310
The flux density at a point in space is given by $\textbf{B}=4x \textbf{a}_x+2ky \textbf{a}_y+8 \textbf{a}_z \:\: Wb/m^2$. The value of constant $k$ must be equal to $2$ $0.5$ $+0.5$ $+2$
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GATE2016225
Two electrodes, whose crosssectional view is shown in the figure below, are at the same potential. The maximum electric field will be at the point $A$ $B$ $C$ $D$
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GATE2014242
The horizontally placed conductors of a single phase line operating at $50$ $Hz$ are having outside diameter of $1.6$ $cm$, and the spacing between centers of the conductors is $6$ $m$. The permittivity of free space is $8.854\times 10^{12}F/m$. The capacitance to ground per kilometer of each ... $4.2\times 10^{9}F$ $8.4\times 10^{9}F$ $4.2\times 10^{12}F$ $8.4\times 10^{12}F$
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