Q 16.1: An alternating current is represented by the equation I = 20 sin 100 (pie)t. Compute frequency and the maximum and r.m.s values of current.
Q 16.2: A sinusoidal A.C. has a maximum value of 15 A. What are its r.m.s. values? If the time is recorded from the instant the current is zero and is becoming positive, what is the instantaneous value of the current after 1/300 s, given the frequency is 50 Hz.
Q 16.3: Find the value of current and inductive reactance when A.C voltage of 220 V at 50 Hz is passed through an inductor of 10 H.
Q 16.4: A circuit has an inductance of 1/(pie) H and resistance of 2000 ohm. A 50 Hz A.C. is supplied to it. Calculate the reactance and impedance offered by the circuit.
Q 16.5 An inductor of pure inductance 3/(pie) H is connected in series with a resistance of 40 ohm. Find (i) the peak value of the current (ii) the r.m.s value, and (iii) the phase difference between the current and the applied voltage V = 350 sin (100 (pie) t).
Q 16.6: A 10mH, 20 ohm coil is connected across 240 V and 180/(pie) Hz source. How much power does it dissipate?
Q 16.7: Find the value of the current flowing through a capacitance 0.5 micro F when connected to a source of 150 V at 50 Hz.
Q 16.8: An alternating source e.m.f 12 V and frequency 50 Hz is applied to a capacitor of capacitance 3 micro F in series with a resistor of resistance 1 ohm. Calculate the phase angle.
Q 16.9: What is the resonant frequency of a circuit which included a coil of inductance 2.5 H and a capacitance 40 micro F?