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IN AND OUT
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Brief Overview of Transformers
1.2 Flux coupling laws
1.3 Transformer ratings
1.4 Understand the terminology
2 MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
2.1 Magnetism: quantities, units and relationships
2.2 Magnetic phenomena in ferromagnetic materials
2.3 Magnetics Properties of Transformers
2.4 Typical construction of a transformer core
3 TRANSFORMERS EQUATIONS
3.1 Magnetic circuit excited by alternating current
3.2 Single-phase transformer
3.3 Three-phase transformers
3.4 Auto-transformer
4.4 Selecting core material
4.5 Connection of a CT
4.6 Construction of a Current Transformer
4.7 Standard Burdens for Current Transformers with
4.8 Voltage Transformers
4.9 Standard Burdens for Voltage Transformers
Standard Burdens for Voltage Transformers
4.10 Construction of a Voltage Transformer
5 TRANSFORMER BUSHINGS & SURGE ARRESTOR
5.1 Bushing design theory
5.2 Construction of a Transformer bushing
5.3 Voltage and BIL
5.4 Bushing Storage
5.5 Surge Arrestors
5.6 Transformer Neutral Grounding
6 TRANSFORMER TANK AND COOLING SYSTEM
6.1 Transformer Tank Requirements
6.2 Tank Construction
6.3 Transformer Cooling
7 TRANSFORMER WINDINGS
7.1 Winding Construction
7.2 Insulation and drying system
7.3 Transformer Impedance
7.4 Insulation system
7.5 Megger details and Usage
7.6 Transformer Oil
7.7 Transformer Oil Quality Tests
7.8 Gas analysis of transformer
8 TRANSFORMER CONSERVATOR TANK
8.1 Function of the Conservator Tank
8.2 Buchholz Relay connection
8.3 Transformer Breathers
9 THREE-PHASE TRANSFORMERS
9.1 Three Phase Connection
9.2 Parallel operation of Power transformer
9.3 Vector Groups and Diagrams
9.4 Vector groups and parallel operation
10 TRANSFORMER PROTECTION
10.1 Types of protection
10.2 Thermal Overload protection
10.3 Over-flux protection
10.4 Transformer differential protection
10.5 Protection of parallel transformer
10.6 Internal Fault Protection
11 TRANSFORMER TAP CHANGER
11.1 Selection of On Load Tap Changers
11.2 Mechanical tap changers
11.3 Tap changer troubleshooting
12 TRANSFORMER TESTING
12.1 Types of Tests
12.2 Type Tests
12.3 Routine Tests
13 GENERAL AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
13.1 Importance of Maintenance
13.2 Causes of electrical failure
13.3 Checks to be carried out
13.4 Maintenance and testing procedures
13.5 Maintenance tests recommended
OIL SAMPLING PROCEDURES
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Power Transformer in and Out

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Published by: Ali Yıldırım on May 09, 2011
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