hybrid transformer

hybrid transformer

[′hī·brəd tranz′fȯr·mər]
(electricity)
A single transformer that performs the essential functions of a hybrid set. Also known as bridge transformer; hybrid coil; hybrid repeater.
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In this studied system, a synchronous machine (SM59_NC)-type synchronous generator (SG), an induction generator (IG), and 3-phase hybrid transformers (XFMR) are used; one hybrid transformer XFMR is used with SG, that is, 22/400 kV; the second XFMR is used with a PV generator on the ac side, that is, 0.44/400 kV (the interim medium-voltage systems through which the PV is fed to get to 400 kV are not mentioned in Figure 2); and the third XFMR [34] is used with IG, that is, 34/400 kV.
Mitra, "Hybrid transformer model for transient simulation-part I: development and parameters," IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, vol.
The multi-functioning modules include a high-pass filter, a hybrid transformer, transmit (TX) and receive (RX) separation filter and a common mode choke.