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BANNARI AMMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Anna University) SATHYAMANGALAM – 638 401
 

BANNARI AMMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Anna University) SATHYAMANGALAM – 638 401

BANNARI AMMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Anna University) SATHYAMANGALAM – 638 401
 

Question Bank

 

Department of Electrical and Electronics

Regulations: 2011

 

Branch & Semester

:

EEE & VI

Subject Code & Title :

Faculty Name

:

11E010 & Energy Auditing Conservation and Management

Mr.N.Shankar

UNIT I

PART A

   

Marks

Thinking

Q.No

 

Questions

Skill

 

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

  • 1 The energy sources, that are either found or stored in nature are

R

 
  • A) Secondary Energy Sources

 
  • B) Primary Energy Sources

 
  • C) Tertiary Energy Sources

 
  • D) Renewable Energy Sources

 
  • 2 Which of the following is commercial energy source?

U

 
  • A) Oil

  • B) Electricity

  • C) Wind

  • D) Coal

  • 3 Inexhaustible energy sources are known as

U

 
  • A) Secondary Energy Sources

 
  • B) Primary Energy Sources

 
  • C) Tertiary Energy Sources

 
  • D) Renewable Energy Sources

 
  • 4 Which country has the largest share of the global coal reserves?

R

 
  • A) Russia

  • B) India

  • C) USA

  • D) Pakistan

The % of gas reserves for Russian Federation, when compared to world

  • 5 reserve is considered at

Ap

 
  • A) 10%

  • B) 20%

  • C) 30%

  • D) 40%

  • 6 World oil reserves are estimated to last over

Ap

 
  • A) 45 Years

 

B)

55 Years

 

C)

75 Years

 

D)

105 Years

 
  • 7 World gas reserves are estimated to last over

 

Ap

 

A)

45 Years

 

B)

55 Years

 

C)

65 Years

 

D)

105 Years

 
  • 8 The global primary energy consumption (2002) was equivalent to

U

 

A)

9405 Mtoe

 

B)

4905 Mtoe

 

C)

5904 Mtoe

 

D)

9504 Mtoe

 
  • 9 The primary energy consumption of India is

 

Ap

 

A)

1/92 of the world

 

B)

1/92 of the world

 

C)

1/92 of the world

 

D)

1/92 of the world

 
  • 10 The world average per person energy consumption is equivalent to

tonnes

of

_____

R

 

A)

2.2

B)

3

C)

2

D)

3.3

  • 11 Which fuel dominates the energy mix in Indian energy scenario?–

R

 

A)

Oil

 

B)

Nuclear

 

C)

Wind

 

D)

Coal

 
  • 12 The fourth largest producer of coal and lignite in the world is ______

R

 

A)

Russia

 

B)

India

 

C)

USA

 

D)

Pakistan

 
  • 13 Indian per capita energy consumption is

of the world average

R

 

A)

4%

 

B)

10%

 

C)

15%

 

D)

20%

 
  • 14 Energy consumption per unit of GDP is called as:

 

U

 

A)

Energy ratio

 

B)

Energy intensity

 

C)

Per captia consumption

 

D)

Energy scenario

 
  • 15 India’s energy intensity is

times of world average

R

 

A)

1.5

 

B)

3.6

 

C)

2.5

 

D)

3

  • 16 India’s current percentage peak demand shortage for electricity is:

R

 

A)

1%

 

B)

4%

 

C)

3%

 

D)

14%

 
Name the Act, which is proposed to bring the qualitative 17 transformation of the electricity sector:
Name the Act, which is proposed to bring the qualitative
17
transformation of the
electricity sector:
R
A)
Regulatory Commission Act 1998
B)
Indian Electricity Act 1910
C)
Electricity Act 2003
D)
Supply Act 1948
18
Which of the following is highest contributor to the air pollution? R
A)
Carbon Monoxide
B)
Carbon dioxide
C)
Carbon
D)
Sulphur di oxide
19
Projected temperature increase in degree centigrade 2100 due to
climate change is:
U
A)
2
B)
4
C)
6
D)
8
20
Acid rain is caused by the release of the following components from
combustion of fuels.
U
A)
Carbon Monoxide
B)
Carbon dioxide
C)
Carbon
D)
Sulphur di oxide
21
How much energy from a coal power plant makes it to customers as
electricity?
U
A)
A quarter
B)
A third
C)
Half
D)
Two-thirds
22
What country is the premier source of steel for nuclear power plants? R
A)
U.S.
B)
Japan
C)
Chile
D)
Scotland
23
Estimates of what U.S. fuel resource have grown 40 percent or more
since 2006
R
A)
Natural gas
B)
Coal
C)
Wind
D)
Geothermal
24
What solution is said to have potential for 57 percent of needed carbon
cuts by 2030?
R
A)
Space-based solar systems
B)
Energy efficiency
C)
Carbon capture and storage
D)
Nanotechnology
25
Which fuel least dominates the energy mix in Indian energy scenario?– R
A)
Oil
B)
Nuclear
C)
Wind
D)
Coal

PART – B

   

Thinking

Skill

Q.No.

Questions

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

1

Classify the types of the energy available on the earth?

R

2

Briefly mention about primary sources of energy?

R

3

What is renewable energy and list at least three renewable energy

R

sources?

4

Name the five states in India, where coal production is concentrated.

U

5

Define Reserve to ‘Production Ratio’?

U

6

How do you define ‘Final Energy Consumption’?

R

7

Why developed countries have been able to maintain low ratio of

R

energy to GDP?

8

What is Energy intensity and what it indicates?

R

9

Mention the parameters on which the high tension and low tension

Ap

consumers are charged by electricity boards.

10

What is main objective of Electricity Act, 2003?

R

11

List down the major sources of pollutants in Air?

R

12

What is greenhouse gas effect?

R

13

What is the key greenhouse gases driving global warming?

R

14

What are the two major anthropogenic causes for the generation of

R

Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?

15

List down at least three effects of acid rain?

R

16

What is the basis for aim of Energy Security for any country?

R

17

Differentiate between Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency?

R

18

How a nation benefits from Energy Efficiency programs?

U

19

How Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) facilitates energy efficiency

R

programs in India?

20

List down at least five designated consumers specified by the BEE?

U

PART – C

   

Thinking

Skill

Q.No.

Questions

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

  • 1 List the strategies for better energy security of the nation?

U

Mention some of the long-term energy strategies available for the

  • 2 better energy secured nation?

Ap

  • 3 How do an Industry, nation and globe would benefit from energy efficiency programs?

U

  • 4 How energy pricing is done in India?

Ap

  • 5 Briefly describe the economic reforms in Coal, oil and natural gas and electricity sectors.

U

  • 6 IIustrate the types of the energy available on the earth?

Ap

  • 7 Final Energy Consumption- explicate

U

  • 8 Electricity act 2003- examine

Ap

  • 9 Clear the impacts of greenhouse gases

Ap

  • 10 How the renewable energy helps the environment?

U

  • 11 With the help of case study formulate energy conservation and cost

Ap

 

analysis of electrical system.

Analyze in detail the basic principles of Energy Audit, objectives and

  • 12 how energy audit helps.

An

  • 13 Describe in brief need and importance of energy conservation in Indian industry

Ap

  • 14 What possible improvement measures you would took for in a general lighting system?

Ap

  • 15 Design the demand side management system for any one of industrial facility.

Ap

  • 16 Design the energy efficient motor which is used for fan, blower operation

U

  • 17 Describe the conservation methods adopted with waste heat recovery devices

U

 

List any one energy audit instrument used for power measurement and

 
  • 18 one for flue gas.

U

  • 19 List steps involved in pre-audit phase with a case study

R

  • 20 State the need and importance of energy conservation and management.

U

UNIT II

PART A

   

Marks

Thinking

Q.No

 

Questions

Skill

 

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

  • 1 The judicious and effective use of energy to maximise profits and enhance competitive positions”. This can be the definition

U

 
  • A) Energy conservation

 
  • B) Energy management

 
  • C) Energy policy

 
  • D) Energy Audit

 
  • 2 The energy management function is generally vested in –

R

 
  • A) Senior Management

 
  • B) One energy manager or co-ordinator

 
  • C) Distributed among managers

 
  • D) Bureau of energy efficency

 
  • 3 The objective of energy management includes

U

 
  • A) Maximizing energy costs

 
  • B) Maximizing waste

 
  • C) Maximizing environmental degradation

 
  • D) Audit and cost reduction

 

The ratio of current year’s production to the reference year’s

  • 4 production is called as. (EA/EM)

U

 
  • A) demand factor

 
  • B) production factor

 
  • C) utilization factor

 
 
  • D) load factor

  • 5 Replacement of steam based hot water generation by solar system is an example of

U

 
  • A) matching energy usage to the requirement

 
  • B) maximizing system efficiency

 
  • C) Energy substitution

 
  • D) Performance improvement

 
  • 6 One unit of electricity is equivalent to

kcal heat units

 
 
  • A) 800

  • B) 860

  • C) 400

  • D) 680

  • 7 The benchmarking parameter for air conditioning equipment is

R

 
  • A) kW/Ton of Refrigeration

 
  • B) kW/ kg of refrigerant handled

 
  • C) kcal/m 3 of chilled water

 
  • D) Differential temperature across chiller

 

The percentage of energy saved at the current rate of use, compared to

  • 8 the reference year rate of use, is called

R

 
  • A) Energy Utilization

 
  • B) Energy Performance

 
  • C) Energy Efficiency

 
 
  • D) None

9

Which instrument is used to monitor O2, CO in flue gas?

U

  • A) Combustion analyzer

 
  • B) Power analyzer

 
 
  • C) Pyrometer

  • D) Fyrite

  • 10 Lux meter is used to measure……

R

 
  • A) Illumination level

 
  • B) Sound intensity and illumination level

 
 
  • C) Harmonics

  • D) Speed

  • 11 For a cement plant the parameter, “kWh/MT of clinker “indicates

U

 
  • A) Energy Index parameter

 
  • B) Utility factor

 
  • C) Production factor

 
 
  • D) load factor

  • 12 Energy manger should be well versed with

R

 
  • A) Manufacturing and processing skills

 
  • B) Managerial and technical skills

 
  • C) Technical and marketing skills

 
  • D) Managerial and commercial skills

 
  • 13 An energy policy does not include

Ap

 
  • A) Target energy consumption reduction

 
  • B) Time period for reduction

 
  • C) Declaration of top management commitment

 
  • D) Future production projection

 
  • 14 CO2 measurement of Fyrite kit is based on

Ap

 
  • A) Weight basis (dry)

 
  • B) Volume basis (dry)

 
  • C) Weight basis (wet)

 
  • D) Volume basis (wet)

 
  • 15 Non contact speed measurements can be carried out by

R

 
  • A) Tachometer

  • B) Stroboscope

 
  • C) Oscilloscope

 
  • D) Speedometer

 
  • 16 The tool used for performance assessment and logical evaluation of avenues for improvement in Energy management and audit is

U

 
  • A) Fuel substitution

 
  • B) Monitoring and verification

 
  • C) Energy pricing

 
  • D) Bench marking

 
  • 17 Infrared thermometer is used to measure

U

 
  • A) Surface temperature

 
  • B) Flame temperature

 
  • C) Flue gas temperature

 
  • D) Hot water temperature

 
  • 18 Find out the ‘odd’ among the following choices for fuel substitution for industrial sector of India.

Ap

 
  • A) LDO with LSHS

 
  • B) coal with rice husk

 
  • C) natural gas for fertilizer plant

 
  • D) LPG for soft coke

 

The various types of the instruments, which requires during audit need

  • 19 to be

R

 
  • A) easy to carry

 
 
  • B) High cost

 
  • C) Low precision

 
  • D) Low accuracy

 
  • 20 Air velocity in ducts can be measured by using

and manometer

U

 
  • A) Piot meter

 
  • B) Orifice meter

 
  • C) Anemometer

 
  • D) Borden gauge

 
  • 21 Which of the following is a renewable energy source?

U

 
  • A) Solar

  • B) Coal

  • C) Nuclear

  • D) Oil & gas

The nodal agency for coordinating the energy conservation activities

  • 22 under EC act in India is

U

 
  • A) Bureau of Indian Standards

 
  • B) Bureau of Energy Efficiency

 
  • C) Bureau of Energy Education

 
  • D) Bureau of Energy and Environment

 
  • 23 Ratio of maximum demand to connected load is termed as:

Ap

 
  • A) Load factor

 
  • B) Power factor

 
  • C) Demand factor

 
 
  • D) Form factor

  • 24 The objective of energy management is

R

 
  • A) To minimize energy costs

 
  • B) To minimize energy supply

 
  • C) To minimize energy demand

 
  • D) To maximize energy costs

 

For an investment which has a fluctuating savings over its project life

  • 25 which of these analysis would be the best option

R

 
  • A) Payback

  • B) NPV

  • C) IPR

  • D) ROI

PART – B

   

Thinking

Skill

Q.No.

Questions

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

List any four important factors involved in deciding final cost of

  • 1 purchased electricity.

R

  • 2 What are the principles of energy management?

R

  • 3 What is the need for managerial skills in energy management?

R

  • 4 What do you mean by energy audit?

R

Give any four bench marking parameters followed in equipment/utility

  • 5 related in Industries.

R

  • 6 List any one energy audit instrument used for power measurement and one for flue gas measurement along with parameters to be measured?

U

  • 7 What is the significance of an energy policy?

U

  • 8 How do you classify energy conservation measures?

R

  • 9 Define ‘energy management’

R

10

List steps involved in pre-audit phase.

R

11

What are the factors to be considered before procuring fuels for energy

U

efficiency and economics?

 

What are the few comparative factors need to be looked in to for

 

12

external benchmarking used for inter-unit comparison and group of

U

similar units?

13

What is the objective of energy management?

R

14

What are the few important technical feasibility parameters that one

R

should consider during analysis of energy conservation opportunities?

15

Define the energy audit as per the energy conservation Act 2001?

R

16

What do you understand by ‘plant energy performance’ (PEP)?

U

17

What are fuel substitution and list one example of fuel substitution?

U

 

What are the base line data that an audit team should collect while

18

conducting detailed energy audit?

U

19

List at least four examples falling under “optimising the input energy

R

requirements” while maximizing system efficiency?

20

Why energy management is required?

U

PART – C

   

Thinking

Skill

Q.No.

Questions

(Blooms

Taxonomy)

  • 1 Explain how matching energy usage to requirement can enhance energy efficiency

U

  • 2 Briefly explain with examples on fuel and energy substitution

U

  • 3 Distinguish between ‘preliminary energy audit’ and ‘detailed energy audit’?

U

  • 4 Give a typical energy audit reporting format.

U

  • 5 Write down the steps involved in ‘Energy management Strategy’?

Ap

  • 6 List steps involved in ‘detailed energy audit’.

Ap

  • 7 Maximizing system efficiencies- Apply

Ap

  • 8 Discuss the Optimizing the input energy requirements

U

  • 9 Interrupt the Fuel and energy substitution

U

  • 10 Application of Energy audit instruments

Ap

  • 11 Clear about Power quality analyzer

R

  • 12 Discuss the energy conservation opportunities in cooling and heating systems, industrial sector, fans and refrigerators?

Ap

  • 13 Analyze the importance of Variable speed drive system in terms energy efficiency

An

  • 14 List the factors that affect energy efficiency in compressors.

Ap

  • 15 How the power factor improvement is done? What are their benefits?

U

  • 16 Evaluate the energy efficient motor performance with suitable case study

Ap

  • 17 Evaluate Energy management in illumination and driver with a case study

U

  • 18 Analyze the benefits of heat power recovery system?

An

  • 19 Matching energy use to requirement - Discuss

U

  • 20 Illustrate Energy management (audit) approach-understanding energy costs, Bench marking,

Ap