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Transformer Parallel Operation Conditions

Transformer Parallel Operation Conditions

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Transformer parallel operation conditions
Parallel operation of transformers is required in cases such as the power to bedelivered is more than the individual transformer rating. In such cases operating two or more transformers to facilitate the power flow is possible, but certain conditions to befollowed while operating transformers in parallel condition
 
Conditions for parallel operation of Transformers:
 
1.
Polarities of the transformers must be same (wrong polarity leads to deadshort)
 2.
The voltage rating of both primary and secondaries are identical. Thismeans that the transformation or turns ratio must be same for the transformerswhich are operated to be parallel. (Voltage ratio is to be maintained to avoidcirculation current)
 3.
Percent (or per unit ) impedance of the transformers are to be same inmagnitude and should have the same phase angle (X/R ratio should be same for transformers operating in parallel else division of load will not be proportional tothe kVA ratings of transformers)
 4.
Phase displacement between the primary and secondary line voltages of the transformers should be same (transformers of star/star and delta/star cannotbe paralleled because of the phase difference of -30
o
making parallelingimpossible (cannot be compensated))
 5.
Phase sequence of the transformers should be same. (Phase sequence isthe order in which the terminal voltage attains their maximum value. Therefore inparalleling the two three phase transformers those terminals whose voltageattains maximum values simultaneously must be paired up.
 
Conditions 1,4 and 5 are absolutely essential and must be fulfilled, condition 2 must besatisfied to a close degree and condition 3 (X/R ratio) must be satisfied in order to haveequal loading on the transformers.
 
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