interphase transformer

interphase transformer

[′in·tər‚fāz tranz‚fȯr·mər]
(electronics)
Autotransformer or a set of mutually coupled reactors used in conjunction with three-phase rectifier transformers to modify current relations in the rectifier system to increase the number of anodes of different phase relations which carry current at any instant.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The apparent power rating of the interphase transformer is also calculated in a same way.
In the proposed structure, four 3-leg diode-bridge rectifiers are paralleled via four interphase transformers and fed from an autotransformer.
The voltage across the interphase transformer (shown in Figure.
In the proposed structure, three 5-leg diode-bridge rectifiers are paralleled via three interphase transformers and fed from an autotransformer.
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