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Rishi Kant Sharma

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT (EED)


Assignment V
SUBJECT: ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION I
SEMESTER: III
YEAR: 2nd year
SESSION: 2014-15
SECTION: EE-B
SUBJECT CODE:
Date of submission:

UNIT-5: Three phase Transformers.


Q.1: An ideal three phase step down transformer, connected delta/ star delivers power to a
balanced three phase load of 120 kVA at 0.8 power factor. The input line voltage is 11 kV
and the turns ratio of the transformers, phase to phase is 10. Determine the line voltage, line
currents, phase voltages and phase currents on both the primary and secondary sides.
Q.2: A 2400/220 V, 300 kVA, three phase transformers has a core loss of 33 kW at rated
voltage. Its equivalent resistance is 1.6%. Calculate the transformer efficiency at 0.8 pf at (i)
full load (ii) at half load.
What is the load at which the transformer efficiency would be maximum? Calculate its value
at a pf of 0.8. Use pu method.
Q.3: Two transformers each rated 250 kVA, 11/2 kV and 50 Hz are connected in open delta
on both primary and secondary.
(a) Find the load kVA that can be supplied from this transformer connection.
(b) A delta connected three phase load of 250 kVA, 0.8 pf, 2kV is connected to the LV
terminals of this open delta transformer. Determine the transformer currents on the 11 kV
side of this connection.
Q.4: Explain different methods of connections with phasor diagram for converting three
phases to six phases.
Q.5: Explain three phase to twelve phase conversion methods using phasors diagram.
Q.6: A 3 phase, 100 kVA, 6600/1100 V transformer is delta connected on the primary and
star connected on the secondary. The primary resistance per phase is 1.8 ohm and the
secondary resistance per phase is 0.025 ohm. Determine the efficiency when the secondary is
supplying full load at 0.8 p.f. and iron loss is 15 kW.