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How do you know when the battery is fully charged? 
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While most chargers have a light that turns from red to green when the battery is charged, some very inexpensive ones don't. The light simply comes on when a battery is in the charger telling you that the battery has connection. These are slow chargers that take about 12 hours to fully charge a drained battery but the charge is slow enough that the battery can be left in the charger indefinitely without harm. If you have the charger instruction sheet it should tell you. 
0  Tarequl Islam Mukul 


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Place a low value resistance and a fully discharged capacitor in series with each other to the battery. The capacitor will charge rapidly. Repeat this procedure again. The lowest time charging time will indicate that the battery is fully charged. 
0  Engr. Shomaz Ul Haq [NCC] 


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With sound 
0  Guest [NCC] 




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if the specific gravity of the cell is 1.265, we can say that the battery is fully charged 
0  Nibel [NCC] 


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WHAT IS C.C IN AUTOMOBILE???? 
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cylinder capacity or combustion chamber 
0  Jasminder Jit Singh 


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It is volume of engine
cylinder in cubic
centimeter...
More precisely stroke
vol. + clearance...
Higher the cc, mor is
powr of engine.... 
0  Ronnie 


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cubic centimeter 
0  Sagar 


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cubic capacity of engine.. cc=swept volume of the piston.. whrere the swept volume is the area covered by the movement of the piston. 
0  K.manoj Jayan 


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cc means cubic capacity of the internal combustion engine.
it is in the form of the cubic centimeters. 
0  Vikash 


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C.C. Cubic Centimeter 
0  Asif Ali 


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it is volume of combustion chmber 
0  Rishi 


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It is the volume of charge(air+fuel) that enter into the cylinder in one complete revolution of crankshaft. 
0  Vikas Bhardwaj 


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The Term CC of an Automobile Engine is the Cubic Capacity of
the Engine ( No. of Cylinders x Cubic Capacity of one
Cylinder in case of Multi cyl. Engine ) expressed in Cubic
Centimetre. Mathematically its the sum of Swept volume and
Clearance volume. In practice, some Engine capacity is
termed in Litres.... 1000cc equals 1 litre
For Example:
Maruti 800  denotes 800 cm3/cc
Innova 2.5  2.5 Litre equals 2500 cm3/cc and so on... 
0  Natesan 


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it is the only swept volume of engine cylinder not clearance volume 
0  Chetan 


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c.c is the mesurement of liquid property. 1 c.c = 1ml. 
0  Kaushik Jetani 


Question 
What is the difference between Ceiling Fan armature and
Tablefan Armature or winding. 
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In ceiling fan armature is the stator ,the opposite, in
table fan. 
0  K.prakashchandra 


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In both the fan it will work in same direction. 
0  Ashwini 


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hhhhhh
in ceiling fan rotor is static and hence it has winding ,
while Table fan has rotor is rotating and has no winding
(sq cage). Ceiling fan blade rotates in Counter clock wise
direction, Table fan blade rotates in clock wise direction.
C fan is low speed 300 rpm, while table fan is high speed
1400 rpm. 
0  Kiran Mehta 


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the both fans have working in same principle, that is
capacitor start capacitor run......... 
0  Somasundaram S 


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both are same winding there is no difference between them 
0  Krishna 


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What is the difference between Cycle time, standard time &
Critical standard time? 
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cycle time
THE TIME TAKEN TO RETURN TO ITS STARTING POINT AFTER THE
COMPLETION OF ALL PROCESSES.
STANDARD TIME
The time which should be followed by the all processes
during the completion of the cycle.
means cycle time should be closer to the STANDARD time.
CRITICAL STANDARD TIME
Maximum time that can be used by the processes during its
complete cycle is called CRITICAL STANDARD TIME. 
0  Manpreet.sodhi08 


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What is the difference between SPC & SQC? 
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Both are method to control such things or characteristics
under certain limits but one control is in respect of
process(SPC) and other one is in respect of product's
characteristics statisticaly(SQC) by using same DMAIC
process and using 7QC tools. 
0  Pawan Mishra 


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SPCstatistical proccess control
SQC statistical quality control 
0  Kartik K 


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mmethods used is SPC control charts for variables and
control chart for attributes for finding whether the
variation with the limits 
0  Ramreborn 


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SPC controls the process of the product and SQC controls
its statistical variations. 
0  Ponniah S 


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SPC is part SQC, SPC is measure and control the process
performances, SQC measure all performance of the product,
process, 
0  Raj 


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spc it is the process of controlling the defects in the product using various methods(process)
sqc it is on how the defects are controlled by applying the methods (process). through which , how the quality is maintained 
0  Preetha 


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Can Cpk value be zero? 
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not possible 
0  Rohan 


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no way mama it should be atleast more than 1 
0  Ramreborn 


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what is the difference between KVAR & KVA ? 
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KVARKilo Volt Ampere Reactive, it is mentioned for
Capacitor rating.
KVAKilo Volt Ampere,it is mentioned for Generator rating. 
3  Bindu 


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KVA: For transformer the rating will be mentioned in KVA
b'coz real power are expressed in terms of voltage and
current not dependent on powerfactor.
KVAR: It is reactive apparant power ie., kVAr=kW*TAN PI 
0  S.arunkumar 


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KVA=KW/COS.theta
kvar= kw/ sin.theta 
0  Sudheer 


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KVA=V*I
this is used for measureing the total power fed into the
ckt, so generally used in defining the rating of the
transformer, also independent of PF.
KVAR  sqrt((KVA*KVA)(KW*KW))
This is the correct relationship between the all three
power. 
0  Shriram Gaur 


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from power triangle we have kva^2=kw^2+kvar^2 
0  Venkatesh 


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KVAR= kilo volt ampere rating
KVA= kilo volts ampere (power)pf 
0  Prasad61 


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3 phase needs a neutral for tapping 230V 
0  Jobmonjacob 


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KVAR= Ractive power
KVA= Apperant power 
0  Ganapati 


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KVA = V*I
KW = V*I*cos theta
KVAR = V*I*sine theta
kw is the real power
kva is the apparent power
kvar is the reactive power 
0  Nkwocha Obinna 


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kva is apparant pawer which is used for transformer or generator rating
while kvar is reactive power kilo volt ampere reactive it does not do any work in the circuit only moves forth and back .
m i wrong ?
if yes suggest correct answer 
0  Arun 


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KVAR is the reactive power utilised by the generators,
transformers, motors for producing magnetic flux
KW (true power) is the actual power or true power that
performs actual work
KVA ( Apparent power)is the vector summation of KW+KVAR
KVA=KW+KVAR 
0  Anand 


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what is meant by power factor ? 
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POwer Factor is a cos angle between Voltage and current. 
5  Silamparasan P. 


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ration of power utilised and power suppied 
0  Sree 


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real power /Uperant power is called PF 
0  Paramesh 


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true power/apparent power 
1  Saravanan.n 


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It is the ratio of the resistance to impedance.
PF= R/Z.
OR
It is cosine of phase angle between voltage & current.
It can be improved by connecting the capacitors in parallel
to the supply. 
3  Satish M 


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It is the ratio between active power and reactive power. 
5  Bindu 


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IT CAN BE DEFINED AS THE RATION BETWEEN RESISTANCE AND IMPEDANCE
COS0=R/Z 
0  Thamizh 


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power factor is the Cosine of Angle between the Applied
VOltage and current. It directly depends on the Load. If
the load is Inductive then the PF is LAGGING.If the load is
resistive the PF is leading.Power Factor takes value from 0
to 1. Unity Power Factor is the Idealised condition, means
least power dissipated and high effeciency.
It can also be calculated from R/Z and KW/KVA ratings. 
0  Gautham 


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the power factor of acircuit may be defined as:
(1)the ratio resistance and impedance = r/z
(2)the ratio = watts/voltampers=trepower/apparent
power=V x I x cosQ /V X I
(3)the cosine of the angle of lead or lag current from the
applied voltage 
0  Saravanan.n 


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true power(kw)/apparent power(kva) 
0  Sudhakar 


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real powere/Apparent power
kw/kva
R/z 
0  Ibrahim 


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power factore is The Ratio Of Loss Of Inductive Load
Between true Power And Aperant Power Also It Can Define In
Cosin Angle Between Voltage And Current. 
0  Amit Sonmale 


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power factor=real power\apparent power 
0  Srinivasan 


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It is an indication of what fraction of the sending end VA
is actually converted in to energy Like heat, torque,
etc......... either useful or otherwise... It is
numerically equal to the ratio of Active PowerP to
Apparent PowerS.
Incidentally, this quantity in Sine waves is equal to R/Z..
or Coa(angle between v and I)....
But in circuits with nonsinusoidal waveforms of v & i, it
is to be found by P/S... 
0  Shashidhara Tm 


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power facor means ratio of true power(kw) and apperant(kva)
power. 
0  Sagar 


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P.f=Real Power/Apperent Power OR V.I.CosPie OR Resistance/Impedance OR R/Z. 
0  Simon 


Question 
What is the movement type used in receipt of RTP? 
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Its 101 M 
0  Imran 


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if gas is the material use 101 for GR and 161 for reverse
the material(cylinder ) to the vendor 
2  Kannan Balasubrmanian 


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501 M 
2  Rahul 


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When GR is without PO  Mvt type used is 501 M
When stock balances are entered first time then use 561 M 
0  Abdullah 


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501M and 561M 
0  Sowmya 


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its 841m to receive the rtp goods 
0  Kris 


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Its 122 for Return Delivery Material.. 
0  Sagar 


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Railway recruitment board (Chennai)
Junior Engineer recruitment examination
2006 & 2005 question papers. 
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yes 
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Railway recruitment board (Chennai)
Junior Engineer recruitment examination
2006 & 2005 question papers.

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#2 
3  Najim 


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rrb chennai section engg/junior engg paper 
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need question paper 
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i want study material for junior engineer in railways 
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Iwant quistion paper for junior engineering 
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'if any one have that please send me
my mail id
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by
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question paper
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