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GATE2015232
For the switching converter shown in the following figure, assume steadystate operation. Also assume that the components are ideal, the inductor current is always positive and continuous and switching period is $T_{s}$. If the voltage $V_{L}$ is as shown, the duty cycle of the switch $S$ is ________.
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GATE201528
In the following circuit, the input voltage $V_{in}$ is $100 \sin(100 \pi t)$. For $100 \pi RC = 50$, the average voltage across $R$ (in Volts) under steadystate is nearest to $100$ $31.8$ $200$ $63.6$
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GATE2016215
The inductance and capacitance of a $400$ kV, threephase, $50$ Hz lossless transmission line are $1.6$ mH/km/phase and $10$ nF/km/phase respectively. The sending end voltage is maintained at $400$ kV. To maintain a voltage of $400$ kV at the receiving end, when the line is delivering $300$ MW load, the shunt compensation required is Capacitive Inductive Resistive Zero
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