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Curl Operator Quiz

MCQ: Curl operation result will always be

  1. vector
  2. scalar
  3. scalar or vector
  4. None


Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields Quiz

MCQ: Faraday's Law can be stated as 'a changing magnetic field creates an electric field. This is principle behind the

  1. electric motor
  2. universal power supply
  3. hydro pump
  4. electric generator


Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz

MCQ: Infrared rays are

  1. visible waves
  2. ionizing radiation
  3. microwaves
  4. radio waves


Finite Difference Time Domain Method Quiz

MCQ: Oliveira and Sobrinho applied FDTD method for simulating lightning strokes in a power substation in

  1. 2006
  2. 2007
  3. 2008
  4. 2009


Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields Quiz

MCQ: Branch of physics that deals with study of electric charges at rest

  1. electrostatics
  2. magnetism
  3. magneto statics
  4. electrodynamics