core-form transformer

core-form transformer

[¦kȯr ‚fȯrm tranz′fȯr·mər]
(electromagnetism)
A transformer in which half of the turns of the primary winding and half of those of the secondary are on each of two legs.
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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Tokyo:6503) announced on Thursday the signing of a technical license agreement with Myanmar-based manufacturer Asia General Transformer Co Ltd (AGT) to supply it with design and supervisory technical support for the production of 100MVA 230/66kV oil-immersed core-form transformers.