- ASelf-inductance
- BMutual inductance
- CSeries aiding inductance
- DCapacitance

- ALies perpendicular to magnetic flux
- BLies in a magnetic line
- CCuts the magnetic flux
- DMoves parallel to the direction of the magnetic field

- AInductance
- BCondenser
- CVariable resistor
- DResistance

- AWhen more length for the same number of turns is provided
- BWhen the number of turns of the coil increase
- CWhen more area for each turn is provided
- DWhen permeability of the core increases

- ALesser its Webber-turns
- BLower the e.m.f induced
- CGreater the flux produced by it
- DLonger the delay in establishing steady current through it

- AIncrease
- BDecrease
- CRemain same
- DInitially increase then decrease

- AZero resistance and inductance
- BInfinite resistance and Zero inductance
- CInfinite resistance and normal inductance
- DZero resistance and high inductance

- AUnaffected
- BDoubled
- CHalved
- DQuadrupled

- AAid the increasing current
- BTends to decrease the amount of current
- CProduce current opposite to the increasing current
- DAid the applied voltage

- ALaplace?s law
- BLenz?s law
- CFleming?s right-hand rule
- DKirchhoff?s voltage law

- A hysteresis losses
- BEddy current losses
- CBoth (a) and (b)
- DNone of the above

- AFlux density of the magnetic field
- BRate of change of flux-linkages
- CAmount of flux cut
- DAmount of flux linkages

- APermeability of the core
- BThe number of their turns
- CCross-sectional area of their common core
- DAll of the above

- AMore wire can be used with less D.C resistance in coil
- BThe laminations are insulated from each other
- CThe magnetic flux is concentrated in the air gap of the core
- DThe laminations are stacked vertically

- AFaraday?s
- BLenz
- CNewton
- DCoulomb

- AHennery
- BCoulomb/volt ampere
- CVolt second/ampere
- DAll of the above

- AVoltage across the inductance
- BMagnetic field
- CNeither (a) nor (b)
- DBoth (a) and (b)

- AApparent power is zero
- BRelative power is zero
- CActual power of the circuit is zero
- DAny capacitance even if present in the circuit will not be charged

- AOhm
- BHenry
- CAmpere turns
- DWeber/meters

- A64A/s
- B32 A/s
- C16 A/s
- D4 a/s

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