RL Circuits MCQ Test

  1. What do you know about RL circuit?
  2. RL circuit is also known as:
  3. The phase angle (θ) of a series RL circuit varies directly with frequency.
  4. What is the relationship between current flowing in the circuit I, current through resistor I<sub>R</sub> and inductor I<sub>L</sub> in RL circuit?
  5. The apply voltage in RL circuit must be equal to:
  6. What is the relationship between the impedance of series Z, resistance (R) and inductive reactance (X<sub>L</sub>) of the RL circuit?
  7. What is the instantaneous power deliver (P) by voltage source (V)?
  8. How many watt power(P) dissipated by the resistor(R) in the form of heat?
  9. To increase the current in a series RL circuit, the frequency should be ___.
  10. If frequency increases or decreases in RL circuit, resistance ____.
  11. Inductive reactance is directly proportional to frequency.
  12. In series RL circuit, if frequency increases, then the phase angle θ____.
  13. When the frequency of the voltage applied to a series RL circuit is decreased, the impedance decreases.
  14. Reactive power is measured in the unit of ___.
RL Circuits MCQ

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  • an electric circuit composed of resistors and inductors driven by a voltage or current source
  • conductor
  • an device composed of resistors and inductors driven by a voltage or current source.
  • None of the above
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  • conductor
  • resistor–inductor circuit or RL filter or RL network
  • inductor
  • All of the above
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  • sum of voltage drop across resistor and inductor
  • difference of voltage drop
  • voltage drop across resistor
  • All of the above
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  • P = I2R (watts)
  • P = I0.2R (watts)
  • P = IR2 (watts)
  • None of the above
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  • increased
  • decreased
  • constant
  • determined without values
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  • remains constant
  • decreases
  • increases
  • Both A and B
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  • Volt-Amps-Reactive (VAR)
  • Volt-Amps-Resistance (VAR)
  • Volt-Watt-Reactive (VAR)
  • None of the above
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  • true power
  • false power.
  • Voltage
  • All of the above
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