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P R E -C O M M IS S IO N IN G T E S T R E P O R T

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Name of the Client Job Description Preference Standard Test Performed by Reviewed By

: DESH ENERGY LTD. : 35 MVA, 11/132 KV, 3-phase, 50Hz, Power Transformer : BS-171, IEC-76 : Engr. Rashiduzzaman Bulbul (Asstt. Engr., XFR, Testing) Engr. Mamun Biswas (Asstt. Engr., XFR, R&D) : Engr. Faruk Hannan Raju (Sr. Engr., R&D)

Testing Duration Date of Issue

: 08/12/2010 - 09/12/2010 :

Remarks Test results are in conformance with contractual requirements.

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CONTENTS

PHYSICAL INSPECTIONS
1.1 1.2

Inspection for Transformer condition on arrival at site Inspection for Transformer Accessories

2.

TEST ITEMS 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Magnetic Balance test Measurement of excitation current Vector group test Measurement of voltage ratio Measurement of winding insulation resistance

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1.1 Inspection for Transformer Condition on arrival at site


1. Explanation and criteria 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. Check for Damage: check the state of damage if the Transformer was dropped accidentally, or reinforcement o& piping were distorted. Rust : when the painting is damaged or the metal parts are rusted, remove the rust with sand paper and coat with the appropriate paint. Bolts & Nuts: check weather the bolts & Nuts are loosened or not.

Note: for any serious damaged the matter should be immediately informed to Energypac Engineering Ltd. 2. Checking Result Check Item External Damage Rust Bolts & Nuts Oil leakage Date 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 Results None None Tightened none Remarks Good Good Good Good

RESULT

Satisfactory_______

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1.2 Transformer Rating Sheet


Apparatus Voltage ratio Number of Phase(s) Rated Frequency Vector Group Type of Cooling Tapping Range Type of Tap Changer Winding Designation Terminal Notation Rated Capacity in MVA ONAF Connections : : : : : : : : : : : : 35 MVA, 11/132 kV Transformer 11/132 kV 3 (Three) 50 Hz YNd1 ONAN / ONAF + 10 % to 20 % in steps of 1.25 % provided on HV winding. ON-Load Tap Changer HV A 35 Star 132 153.1 : : : : B C N a LV b c

Delta 11 1837 LI 650 kV, AC 275 kV LI 325 kV, AC 140 kV LI 75 kV, AC 28 kV 11000 Volts in all Tap Positions.

Rated Voltage (in kV) : Rated Current (in Ampere) : ONAF : Insulation level (in kV) HV Winding HV-N Winding LV W inding LV Voltage

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1.3 Visual check of accessories


Name of accessories High voltage line bushing (A Phase) High voltage line bushing (B Phase) High voltage line bushing (C Phase) Neutral bushing Low voltage bushing (a phase) Low voltage bushing (b phase) Low voltage bushing (c phase) Radiators Conservator Cooling fan Valves Oil level indicator for OLTC Buchholz relay Dehydrating breather Result GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD GOOD Date 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010 08/12/2010

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TEST ITEMS

2.1 Magnetic Balance Test

PROCEDURE: The following procedures are followed during magnetic balance check: 1) Single phase supply (220v) is applied across one phase. 2) Voltage is measured from the other two phase. For A-phase, when single phase voltage is applied in A-phase, flux A is produced. A will induce flux B and C phase and for this,voltage will be generated at B & C phase.

A So, A =B + C. OR, NIA/RA = NIB/RB + NIC/RC As Rc > RB , c < B. Prepared By Checked By Testing Engr. Mamun Biswas Faruk Hannan Rashiduzzaman Page 6 of 13 c

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So voltage induced in the C phase must be less than the voltage induced in phase B. That is, VBN > VCN. Criteria 1. For a balance 3 phase circuit, VAN + VBN + VCN = 0 VAN = -( VBN + VCN)criteria 2. So the sum of the voltage induced on the two phases should be almost equal to the applied voltage on the 3rd phase.

PHASE C: THE SAME RESULT WILL BE OBTAINED WHILE APPLYING VOLTAGE IN THE CPHASE. For C-phase, VcN = -( VBN + VAN).

PHASE B: FOR B-phase, as B is the middle phase, the flux induced by B, will be equally divided and A & C phase will be induced equally. So, B =C + A. OR, NIB/RB = NIC/RC + NIA/RA Accordingly, VBN = -( VCN + VAN).

The above theory is verified in the test results given on the next page.

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MAGNETIC BALANCE (TEST DATA) :

a) Input Voltage in <N A >


Voltage across < N-B > Voltage across < N-C >

234 V = = 182 V 52 V

b) Input Voltage in < N - B >


Voltage across < N-A > Voltage across < N-C >

234 V = 62 V = 175 V 238 V = 18 V = 221 V

c) Input Voltage in < N - C >


Voltage across < N-A > Voltage across < N-B >

From the test data, the magnetic circuit is confirmed as a balanced circuit.

Result: ___________Magnetic circuit is well balanced_________

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Voltage measured by FLUKE-189 Digital Meter, manufactured by FLUKE,USA. Current measured by KYORITSU-2431 milli amps Meter, by kyoritsu, japan.

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2.2 Measurement of Excitation current

3-phase Supply from HV side Measured Voltage A-B : 407 V, Measured current : IA = 5.6 mA Measured Voltage B-C : 409 V, Measured current : IB = 2.4 mA Measured Voltage C-A : 409 V, Measured current : IC = 4.03 mA

Result: Excitation current is on normal magnitude & Balanced

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Voltage measured by FLUKE-189 Digital Meter, manufactured by FLUKE,USA Current measured by KYORITSU-2431 milli amps Meter, by kyoritsu, japan.

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2.3 Vector Group Test


PROCEDURE: There are few method of testing of vector group of a particular power Type equation here.transformer. Among those one is to assume a vector group first and then perform the test accordingly. If the test result matches the assumption then the vector group is proved. If it doesnt then a new assumption is made. The vector group of 30/35-11 transformer is found as YNd1 in the name plate. So we assume that the vector group is YNd1 and then perform the following test. Step 1: 3 phase supply is applied on the HT side. A a c C b B

Step 2: C and c is shorted. Then the vector diagram turns into the following: A a c,C b Vectorially. Voltage of Aa=Bb=Ba And Ab is greater than all other voltage. So. Ab> Aa=Ba=Bb..(1) Step 3: measurement is performed to record the magnitude of Ab,Aa,Ba,Bb, comparison is done according to 1. The above procedures are followed below: B

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410V, AC

Voltage measured across

Terminal A b Terminal A a Terminal B b Terminal B a

= = = =

414 V 374 V 376 V 375 V

As the terminal voltage across B b = A a = B a and A-b > Voltage across All Other Terminals, The Vector Group Test is confirmed as YNd1. Result: _____________Vector group is ok____

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Voltage measured by FLUKE-189 Digital Meter, manufactured by FLUKE,USA.

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2.4 Measurement of voltage ratio


Tap Position
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

HT Voltage 145200 143550 141900 140250 138600 136950 135300 133650 132000 130350 128700 127050 125400 123750 122100 120450 118800 117150 115500 113850 112200 110550 108900 107250 105600

LT Voltage 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000

ACTUAL RATIO 7.621 7.534 7.447 7.361 7.274 7.188 7.101 7.014 6.928 6.841 6.754 6.668 6.581 6.495 6.408 6.321 6.235 6.148 6.062 5.975 5.888 5.802 5.715 5.629 5.542

Measured RATIO Phase-A Phase-B Phase-C 7.659 7.652 7.650 7.570 7.564 7.564 7.482 7.475 7.475 7.393 7.387 7.388 7.306 7.298 7.299 7.215 7.211 7.210 7.128 7.123 7.122 7.035 7.034 7.034 6.951 6.946 6.945 6.862 6.857 6.856 6.773 6.769 6.769 6.685 6.680 6.681 6.598 6.592 6.592 6.509 6.503 6.504 6.420 6.416 6.416 6.332 6.328 6.328 6.244 6.239 6.239 6.155 6.151 6.151 6.068 6.063 6.064 5.979 5.976 5.975 5.891 5.888 5.887 5.803 5.798 5.797 5.714 5.710 5.710 5.627 5.622 5.622 5.538 5.534 5.534

Remarks: ** **

The voltage ration between HT & LT side of the transformer for every TAP POSITION is OK. The vector group of this transformer is YNd1

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2.5

Measurement of winding Insulation Resistance


5kV 30 C Remarks Good Good Good

Test Voltage = Mean Transformer Oil Temperature = Measured After 15 Sec. 60 Sec. DAR

Insulation Resistance (Giga Ohms) HV E LV E HV LV 9.12 4.60 8.35 13.10 7.40 11.50 1.43 1.60 1.37

Result: ________Satisfactory_______

** Insulation Resistance measured by 5kV Electronic BM !4 Mega-ohm Meter & 5 kV Megger manufactured by Megger Industries Ltd., England.

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