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Electrical transformers are used to "transform" voltage from one level to another, usually from a higher voltage to a lower voltage. They do this by

applying the principle of magnetic induction between coils to convert voltage and/or current levels.

In this way, electrical transformers are a passive device which transforms alternating current (otherwise known as "AC") electric energy from one

circuit into another through electromagnetic induction.

Although transformers have no moving parts, they are essential to electromechanical energy conversion.

They make it possible to increase or decrease the voltage so that power can be transmitted at

a voltage level that results in low costs, and can be distributed and used safely. In addition, they can

provide matching of impedances, and regulate the flow of power (real or reactive) in a network.

In this chapter well start from basic concepts and build the equations and circuits corresponding

first to an ideal transformer and then to typical transformers in use. Well introduce and work with

the per unit system and will cover three phase

transformers as well.

DESCRIPTION

When we see a transformer on a utility pole all we see is a cylinder with a few wires sticking out.

These wires enter the transformer through bushings that provide isolation between the wires and

the tank. Inside the tank there is an iron core linking coils, most probably made with copper, and

insulated. The system of insulation is also associated with that of cooling the core/coil assembly.

Often the insulation is paper, and the whole assembly may be immersed in insulating oil, used to

both increase the dielectric strength of the paper and to transfer heat from the corecoil

assembly to

the outer walls of the tank to the air. Figure 3.1 shows the cutout of a typical distribution transformer.

Fig. 3.1 Cutaway view of a single phase distribution transformer. Notice only one HV bushing and lightning

Arrester

Few ideal versions of human constructions exist, and the transformer offers no exception. An ideal

transformer is based on very simple concepts, and a large number of assumptions. This is the

transformer one learns about in high school.

Let us take an iron core with infinite permeability and two coils wound around it (with zero

resistance), one with N1 and the other with N2 turns, as shown in figure 3.2. All the magnetic flux is

to remain in the iron. We assign dots at one terminal of each coil in the following fashion: if the flux in the core

changes, inducing a voltage in the coils, and the dotted terminal of one coil is positive

with respect its other terminal, so is the dotted terminal of the other coil. Or, the corollary to this,

current into dotted terminals produces flux in the same direction.

Assume that somehow a time varying flux, (t), is established in the iron. Then the flux linkages

in each coil will be 1 = N1(t) and 2 = N2(t). Voltages will be induced in these two coils:

and dividing:

On the other hand, currents flowing in the coils are related to the field intensity H. If currents

flowing in the direction shown, i1 into the dotted terminal of coil 1, and i2 out of the dotted terminal

of coil 2, then:

N1. i1(t) N2.i2(t) = H.l

but B = ironH, and since B is finite and iron is infinite, then H = 0. We recognize that this is

practically impossible, but so is the existence of an ideal transformer.

Finally:

Equations 3.3 and 3.5 describe this ideal transformer, a two port network. The symbol of a

network that is defined by these two equations is in the figure 3.3. An ideal transformer has an interesting

characteristic. A twoport

network that contains it and impedances can be replaced by an

equivalent other, as discussed below. Consider the circuit in figure 3.4a. Seen as a two port network with

variables v1, i1, v2, i2, we can write:

which could describe the circuit in figure 3.4b. Generally a circuit on a side 1 can be transferred to

side 2 by multiplying its component impedances by (N2=N1)2, the voltage sources by (N2=N1) and

the current sources by (N1=N2), while keeping the topology the same.

Fig. 3.4 Transferring an impedance from one side to the other of an ideal transformer

To develop the equivalent circuit for a transformer well gradually relax the assumptions that we had

first imposed. First well relax the assumption that the permeability of the iron is infinite. In that

case equation 3.4 does not revert to 3.5, but rather it becomes:

Where R is the reluctance of the path around the core of the transformer and m the flux on this path.

To preserve the ideal transformer equations as part of our new transformer, we can split i1 to two

components: one ii1, will satisfy the ideal transformer equation, and the other, i1;ex will just balance

the right hand side. Figure 3.5 shows this.

We can replace the current source, i1;ex, with something simpler if we remember that the rate of

change of flux m is related to the induced voltage e1:

Since the current i1;ex flows through something, where the voltage across it is proportional to its

derivative, we can consider that this something could be an inductance. This idea gives rise to the

2

N1

R . Let us assume that all the flux has to remain in the iron as

shown in figure 3.7. Let us call the flux in the iron m, magnetizing flux, the

flux that leaks out of the core and links only coil 1, l1, leakage flux 1, and for coil 2, l2, leakage

flux 2. Since l1 links only coil 1, then it should be related only to the current there, and the same

should be true for the second leakage flux.

Fig. 3.7 If the currents in the two windings were to have cancelling values of N. i, then the only flux left

would be the leakage fluxes. This is the case shown here, designed to point out these fluxes.

where Rl1 and Rl2 correspond to paths that are partially in the iron and partially in the air. As these

currents change, so do the leakage fluxes, and a voltage is induced in each coil:

If we define Ll1 =

N 21

R i1

, Ll2 =

N 21

R i2 , then we can arrive to the equivalent circuit in figure 3.8. To this

1. The winding (ohmic) resistance in each coil, R1;wdg, R2;wdg, with losses P1;wdg =

i 22 R2, wdg

2. some resistance to represent iron losses. These losses (at least the eddy current ones) are proportional to the

square of the flux. But the flux is proportional to the square of the induced voltage e1, hence Piron = k2

3. Since this resembles the losses of a resistance supplied by voltage e1, we can develop the equivalent circuit

3.9.

Fig. 3.8 Equivalent circuit of a transformer with magnetizing and leakage inductances

Regulation of a transformer

The simplified equivalent circuit of a transformer is

shown in Fig. 21.9. When the secondary of a transformer is loaded,

the secondary terminal voltage, V2, falls. As the power factor decreases, this voltage drop

increases.

This is called the regulation of the transformer

and it is usually expressed as a percentage of

the secondary no-load voltage, E2. For full-load

conditions:

resistance and reactance of the windings. Typical

values of voltage regulation are about 3% in small

transformers and about 1% in large transformers.

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