This set of Power Systems Interview Questions and Answers for freshers focuses on “Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines – 3”.

1. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. The voltage regulation will be _______

a) 16.8 %

b) 18.8%

c) 21.75%

d) 12.8%

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10 = 16.8 %.

2. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. Identify the transmission line and the voltage regulation.

a) STL, 11.68%

b) MTL, 11.68

c) STL, 21.5%

d) MTL, 14.2%

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Explanation: It is a short transmission line.

Current, I = 5000/(10*0.8)=625 A

V

_{s}= |V

_{r}|+|I|*(RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r})

= 10000+625(0.39*0.8+3.96*0.6)

= 11.68kV

VR = (11.68-10)*100/10 = 16.8 %.

3. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. The half the voltage regulation will be _____________

a) 8.4 %

b) 16.8 %

c) 14.2%

d) 10.5%

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10 = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 % = 8.4%.

4. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. The new sending end voltage at the half the voltage regulation is _____________

a) 10.84 kV

b) 11.84 kV

c) 8.84 kV

d) 16.2 kV

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5. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. If the voltage regulation is reduced to 50%, then the power factor at this operation mode will be _________________

a) 0.95

b) 0.92

c) 0.74

d) 0.90

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10

VR = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 %

Half the VR = 8.4%

(10.84-10)*1000 = |I|*( RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r}) …(1)

I = 5000/(cosФ

_{r}*10) …(2)

Solving above eqaution

Ф

_{r}= 18.04°

Cos Ф

_{r}= 0.9508, lagging.

6. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. If the voltage regulation is reduced to 50%, then the power factor angle at this operation mode will be _____________

a) 18.04°

b) 8.04°

c) 21.06°

d) 12°

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10

VR = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 %

Half the VR = 8.4%

(10.84-10)*1000 = |I|*(RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r}) …(1)

I = 5000/(cosФ

_{r}*10) …(2)

Solving above equation

Ф

_{r}= 18.04°.

7. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. If the voltage regulation is reduced to 50%, then the power factor at this operation mode will be ____________

a) 0.95, lagging

b) 0.92, leading

c) 0.95, lagging

d) 0.90, leading

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10

VR = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 %

Half the VR = 8.4%

(10.84-10)*1000 = |I|*(RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r}) …(1)

I = 5000/(cosФ

_{r}*10) …(2)

Solving above equation

Ф

_{r}= 18.04°

Cos Ф

_{r}= 0.9508, lagging.

8. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. If the voltage regulation is reduced to 50%, then the power factor angle at this operation mode will be ________

a) 18.04°, lagging

b) 18.04°, leading

c) 21.06°, leading

d) 21.06°, lagging

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10

VR = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 %

Half the VR = 8.4%

(10.84-10)*1000 = |I|*(RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r}) …(1)

I = 5000/(cosФ

_{r}*10) …(2)

Solving above equation

Ф

_{r}= 18.04°, lagging.

9. A single phase 50 hz, generator supplies an inductive load of 5 MW at a power factor of 0.8 lagging using OHTL over 20 km. The resistance and reactance are 0.39Ω and 3.96 Ω. The voltage at receiving station is maintained at 10 KV. The sending end voltage is 11.68 kV. If the voltage regulation is reduced to 50%, then the receiving end current at this operation mode will be _____________

a) 526 A

b) 549 A

c) 521 A

d) 580 A

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Explanation: VR = (11.68-10)*100/10

VR = 16.8 %

Half the VR = 16.8/2 %

Half the VR = 8.4%

(10.84-10)*1000 = |I|*(RcosФ

_{r}+ XsinФ

_{r}) …(1)

I = 5000/(cosФ

_{r}*10) …(2)

Solving above equation

Ф

_{r}= 18.04°, lagging

I = 526 A.

10. Suppose the transmission line is loaded with its surge impedance, the receiving-end voltage is greater than sending end voltage.

a) True

b) False

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Explanation: It will be equal.

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