phase transformer

phase transformer

[′fāz tranz‚fȯr·mər]
(electricity)
A transformer for changing a two-phase current to a three-phase current, or vice versa.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A lot of studies have been carried out for evaluating performance giving the detail of a tested single phase transformer. Yet most of them have focused only on the losses occurred due to harmonic effects [3-5].
In some countries, such as America to convert the three-phase voltage networks Tuesday phase transformer used.
Job involves the design, manufacturing, supply, supervision of erection & taking over tests of (a) one main power transformer (bank of three single phase power transformers) & one spare single phase transformer of 287 MVA capacity each, (b) one auxiliary transformer of 42 MVA capacity, (c) one station service transformer of 42 MVA capacity, (d) one generator circuit breaker & accessories, also (e) one set of isolated phase & accessories.
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The phase transformer is fabricated with multilayered coils, which are insulated with dielectric layers on an alumina substrate by thick-film technology.
By this we can obtain the efficiency and voltage regulation of any single phase transformer. Our system provides a user friendly graphical user interface to observe the effect of loading input parameter variations.
In [7], a virtual air gap which equivalent thickness varies in function of controllable parameters is used to reduce inrush current in a single phase transformer. In [8] an altered winding coil distribution is proposed to restrain inrush current with appropriate voltage regulation and short circuit current.