Electrical Science Quiz – Advanced
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Electrical Science Quiz – Advanced

Test your electrical science knowledge and find out if you are a super smart electrical engineer. The quiz contains 10 questions with only one possible answer. Answer correctly to all the questions to pass the test and get the Electrical Science Quiz – Advanced Diploma. Good Luck!

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#1. Which of the following operating characteristics for DC motors is considered to give high starting torque?

#2. Which type of flux should be used when soldering electrical wire connections for electronic components on printed circuit boards?

#3. How is a wattmeter electrically connected in a circuit?

#4. If a unloaded DC compound motor's shunt field were weakened by rheostat resistance or by an open circuit, the motor would:

#5. In the construction of D.C. motors, parts of both the series and shunt fields are wound on the:

#6. An important factor in reducing D.C. motor commutator wear is:

#7. The standard method of controlling the output voltage of a 440 volt, 60 Hz, AC generator is accomplished by adjusting the:

#8. Loss of residual magnetism in an alternator or generator can be corrected for by:

#9. When paralleling two AC generators, the frequency (cycles) of the incoming generator, just prior to closing the circuit breaker, should be:

#10. You are attempting to parallel two AC generators, and the synchroscope pointer is revolving in the fast direction. This indicates that the frequency of the incoming machine is:

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