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    What do you mean by the term crest? Briefly illustrate it.

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    What do you mean by the term neutral buoyancy? Briefly illustrate it.

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    Henry: H (after W. Henry, 1775-1836): The derived SI unit of inductance, stated as the inductance of a closed circuit in which the electromotive force of 1 V is generated whenever the electric current differs uniformly at a rate of 1

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    What do you mean by the term density? Briefly explain it.

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    Write down the weights in pounds of the liquid gallons? Briefly describe it.

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    For the magnetically coupled circuit in Figure a, calculate I1 and I2. If the dotted terminals in are changed so that the circuit now becomes that in Figure b, re-calculate I1 and I2.

  • Q : Problem on magnetically coupled pair

    When one coil of a magnetically coupled pair has a current of 5.0A, the resulting fluxes Φ11 and Φ21 are 0.2mWb and 0.4mWb, respectively.  If the turns are N1 = 500 and N2 = 1500, find L1, L2, M and the coeffici

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  • Q : Define Doppler Effect Doppler Effect

    Doppler Effect (C.J. Doppler): The waves emitted by a moving object as received by an observer will be blue shifted (compressed) when approaching, redshifted (that is, elongated) if receding. This takes place both in sound and also el

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