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Analysis of GATE EE Previous Papers for Subject Electrical and Electronic Measurements

Aspiring engineers who are preparing for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) understand the significance of thorough preparation and comprehensive study resources.

Through a meticulous examination of previous years’ question papers, we aim to provide you with valuable insights, key trends, and effective strategies to excel in Electrical and Electronic Measurements for your GATE exam.

GATE EE Syllabus for the Subject Electrical and Electronic Measurements

Bridges and Potentiometers, Measurement of voltage, current, power, energy and power factor;

Instrument transformers, Digital voltmeters and multi-meters,

Phase, Time and Frequency measurement; Oscilloscopes, Error analysis.

Analysis of Previous GATE Papers for Electrical and Electronic Measurements

YearPercentage of Marks
20222 %
20212 %
20202 %
20192 %
20184 %
20154 %
20142 %
20133 %
Overall Percentage of the Subject in GATE Paper

Recent GATE Paper Questions of Electrical and Electronic Measurements

The following questions have been asked from Electrical and Electronic Measurements , in GATE-EE 2023 Paper.

Q. A balanced delta connected load consisting of the series connection of one resistor (R = 15 \Omega) and a capacitor (C =212.21 \mu F) in each phase is connected to three-phase, 50 Hz, 415 V supply terminals through a line having an inductance Of L = 31.83 mH per phase, as shown in the figure. Considering the change in the supply terminal voltage with loading to be negligible, the magnitude of the voltage across the terminals V in Volts is
(Round off to the nearest integer)________.

Q.A 3-phase, star-connected. balanced load is supplied from a 3-phase, V (rms) balanced voltage source with phase sequence R-Y-B, as shown in the figure, If the wattmeter reading is —400 W and the line current is IR =2 A (rms), then the power factor of the load per phase is

(a) Unity

b) 0.5 leading

(c) 0.866 leading

(d) 0.707 lagging

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