Interview Questions :: Electrical EngineeringPosted By : 313
:Q: what is the basic principle of TV camera?
:Q: what is the basic principle of operating of a television camera tube?
Interview Questions :: QTPPosted By : pikkilimadhu
:Q: what is runmodes in QTP
:Q: what is pqc
Interview Questions :: Power Plant EngineeringPosted By : sasiallinterview.com
:Q: Power plants are called CPP,IPP,LLP What is the meaning of it? And tell me some other type of powerplant names.
Interview Questions :: Civil EngineeringPosted By : raman grover
:Q: estimate quanitity of bricks(19x9x9cm without mortar), cement & sand in 10feet X 10feet wall ?
Interview Questions :: Electrical EngineeringPosted By : archie hendry
:Q: I have a reading off 1.5ohms at my mem my main c/b is rated at 40/6 amps in a domestic house and i was told to change it to a b curve c/b is this ok
:Q: can anybody find out the result. I am lil bit confused about my equation.
Interview Questions :: Electrical EngineeringPosted By : pratik
:Q: how can i find cable size from current rating?
:Q: I am applied 100 % pressure on to the air to open control valve,but the valve is not fully closed..and 10-15% is open the valve. how to calibrate the control valve?
Interview Questions :: Electrical EngineeringPosted By : d jam
:Q: i have a 4 Mva transformer 34.5 kv / 480-277 v and i used 2 parallel 3200 amp bus duct for the secondary feeder using 3 ply of bus bar ( 3/8" x 5" ) as a common where the flexible link terminated and 6300 amps breaker for the main, the lower bus duct reaches 70 degrees and the upper bus duct reaches 55 degrees when i used thermal scanner. why the temperature is not balance when the load reaches 3600 amps.
Interview Questions :: Accounting GeneralPosted By : shimjid
:Q: How can i write off bad debt in tally erp9 ?
:Q: List out the the types of Mounting Light fixture?
Interview Questions :: General ChemistryPosted By : manish
:Q: why we shrink our body during cold
Interview Questions :: Everything Else AllOtherPosted By : navionics
:Q: Can any one solve this one?? **A server configuration is controlled from a single web page with multiple options: 20 drop-down menus, with 3-4 options each. 5 check-boxes. 1 multi-select menu, with 5 options. 1 template selection, with 6 options: A, B, C, D, E, F. o When options A, B, C, D are selected, all options (#1-#3) above are available. o When options E, F are selected, only 10 out of 20 drop-down menus have an effect. Besides item #4, developers input is that all options are independent, I.e., not impacting each other. What is the required number of test configurations required in order to test the server configuration and release in good quality: Assuming first release. Assuming regression tests for release with new features not impacted by the above options. Test configuration is a complete set of options that were selected to be tested in one complete server configuration scenario. I.e, a test configuration is set of 17 or 27 specific options tested together.
Interview Questions :: Civil Engineering Posted By : mohana rao
:Q: 1 liter emulsion paint covered how much area?
A :: How much area, in square meters, will one liter of paint cover if it is brushed out to uniform thickness of 100 microns? 1 litre of paint = 1000 Cubic Centimetre (CC) Volume = area * thickness 1 liter = 1000 cc (cubic centimeters) = 1000000 cubic mms 1 Micron = 1/1000 mm 100 microns = 0.1 mm Area = 1000000/0.1 Area = 10000000 sq mms Area = 10 sq meters Also in British Units 2.54cm = 1 inc 1 metre = 100 cms 1metre =100/2.54 = 39.37 inch Also 1 square metre = 1m x 1m = 39.37 inc X 39.37inc = 1549.9969 sq inch 12 inch = 1 foot 1 sq feet = 12 inc X 12 inc = 144 sq ft 1 sq metre = 1549.9969 sq inch = 1549.9969 / 144 = 10.76 sq ft So 1 litre of paint can cover an area = 10 sq meters =10 x metre x metre = 10 x 10.76 sq ft = 107.6 sq ft Finally one litre of paint can spread with a brush with 100 micro thickness either 10 sq metre or 107 sq feet Practically take it @ 90% calculation value because of various factors
Interview Questions :: Unix Threads Posted By : programmer
:Q: What are the different kinds of threads?
A :: There are basically two types of threads:1)user thread(created by application or user also called priority threads),2)daemon thread(created by compiler/interpreter which runs in background)
Interview Questions :: Accounting General Posted By : afzaal raza
:Q: what is fictitious account?
A :: fictitious assets is such asset which don't have market value. like discount on issue of shares and debentures, Preliminary expenses etc.
Interview Questions :: Botany Posted By : maham
:Q: What is the function of oxysomes of mitochondria?
A :: the cristae of mitrochondria has oxysomes . oxysomes has a head and a stalk . head is called f1 particle and stalk is called f0 particles. f1 particle has a enzymes ATP SYNTHETASE which helps in production of atp
Interview Questions :: Accounting General Posted By : isah adamu
:Q: Dear sir, previosly i worked with hospital there i maintain only accounts only in tally, but now iam change my company to manufacturing unit there they using accounts with inventory there when we open tally i finding more options why?
A :: The company with multiples options are operating a subsidiary company using one tally software account which are segregated into different group. each subsidiary are operating individually on the system. the operator is one person controlling the accounts of three or more subsidiary account. the three or more account are not link with each other
Interview Questions :: SSC AllOther Posted By : swadeep
:Q: I am selected as DEO in CAG Allahabad anybody wants to mutual transfer with me from delhi chandigarh then call me 8930619060
A :: I am working in AG, Chandigarh (A&E) and wants mutual transfer to Delhi. Mobile No 9013355720
Interview Questions :: Call Centre AllOther Posted By : amol chaure
:Q: What will be your expected Salary? Can you justify your Salary?
A :: As i am a fresher i have theoretically knowledge but not in practically.So i expect a salary as per company norms and according to my ability those fulfill my daily needs.
Interview Questions :: Manual Testing Posted By : nikhil gulhane
:Q: what is non incremental integration testing?
A :: The non incremental approach is also known as “Big-Bang” testing. This approach is very unfashionable due to the level of risk that one takes in hoping that the system will perform as expected.
Interview Questions :: Manual Testing Posted By : kumar reddy
:Q: Suppose " You are given a build with 5 modules to test as per the Customer request after finalization of SRS, But the SRS contains only documentation about 4 modules. On what basis you will continue the testing of 5th module." ?
A :: we go for Exploratory Testing and we can test the 5th model.
Interview Questions :: Civil Engineering Posted By : singhkk
:Q: what is the unit of heat of hydration?
A :: cal/gm
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