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GATE EE 2005
+2
-0.6
A generator with constant 1.0 p.u. terminal voltage supplies power through a step-up transformer of 0.12 p.u. reactance and a double-circuit line to an infinite bus bar as shown in the figure. The infinite bus voltage is maintained at 1.0 p.u. Neglecting the resistances and susceptances of the system, the steady state stability power limit of the system is 6.25 p.u. If one of the double-circuit is tripped, the resulting steady state stability power limit in p.u. will be
A
12.5
B
3.125
C
10.0
D
5.0
2
GATE EE 2004
+2
-0.6
A 50 Hz, 4-pole, 500 MVA, 22 kV turbo-generator is delivering rated megavolt-amperes at 0.8 power factor. Suddenly a fault occurs reducing is electric power output by 40%. Neglect losses and assume constant power input to the shaft. The accelerating torque in the generator in MNm at the time of fault will be
A
1.528
B
1.018
C
0.840
D
0.509
3
GATE EE 2003
+2
-0.6
A generator delivers power of 1.0 p.u. to an infinite bus through a purely reactive network. The maximum power that could be delivered by the generator is 2.0 p.u. A three-phase fault occurs at the terminals of the generator which reduces the generator output to zero. The fault is cleared after $${t_c}$$ seconds. The original network is then restored. The maximum swing of the rotor angle is found to be $${\delta _{\max }} = 110$$ electrical degree. Then the rotor angle in electrical degrees at $$t = {t_c}$$ is
A
55
B
70
C
69.14
D
72.4
4
GATE EE 2002
+2
-0.6
A transmission line has a total series reactance of 0.2 pu. Reactive power compensation is applied at the midpoint of the line and it is controlled such that the midpoint voltage of the transmission line is always maintained at 0.98 pu. If voltage at both ends of the line are maintained at 1.0 pu, then the steady state power transfer limit of the transmission line is
A
9.8 pu
B
4.9 pu
C
19.6 pu
D
5 pu
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