1

GATE EE 2017 Set 2

Numerical

+2

-0

A thin soap bubble of radius R = 1 cm, and thickness a = 3.3 µm(a << R), is at a potential of 1
V with respect to a reference point at infinity. The bubble bursts and becomes a single spherical
drop of soap (assuming all the soap is contained in the drop) of radius r. The volume of the soap
in the thin bubble is $$4\mathrm{πR}^2\mathrm a$$ and that of the drop is $$\frac43\mathrm{πr}^3$$. The potential in volts, of the resulting
single spherical drop with respect to the same reference point at infinity is __________. (Give
the answer up to two decimal places.)

Your input ____

2

GATE EE 2016 Set 1

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+2

-0.6

Two electric charges q and -2q are placed at (0,0) and (6,0) on the x-y plane. The equation of the
zero equipotential curve in the x-y plane is

3

GATE EE 2015 Set 2

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+2

-0.6

Two semi-infinite conducting sheets are placed at right angles to each other as shown in the figure. A point charge of +𝑄 is placed at a distance of 𝑑 from both sheets. The net force on the charge is $$\frac{Q^2}{4{\mathrm{πε}}_0}\frac{\overrightarrow K}{d^2}$$ , where $$\overrightarrow K$$ is given by

4

GATE EE 2015 Set 1

Numerical

+2

-0

A parallel plate capacitor is partially filled with glass of dielectric constant 4.0 as shown below. The dielectric strengths of air and glass are 30 kV/cm and 300 kV/cm, respectively. The maximum voltage (in kilovolts), which can be applied across the capacitor without any breakdown, is ______.

Your input ____

Questions Asked from Electrostatics (Marks 2)

Number in Brackets after Paper Indicates No. of Questions

GATE EE Subjects

Electromagnetic Fields

Signals and Systems

Engineering Mathematics

General Aptitude

Power Electronics

Power System Analysis

Analog Electronics

Control Systems

Digital Electronics

Electrical Machines

Electric Circuits