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THREE-WINDING TRANSFORMER

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by ILIANA40, Nov 1, 2005.

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  1. ILIANA40

    ILIANA40 Guest

    CAN ANYONE ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION IN PARTICULAR?


    CONSIDER A THREE-WINDING TRANSFORMER WITH THE FALLOWING PARTICULARS:
    Zp=Zs=Zt=0.02+j0.08
    V2=400
    I2=60/-30 GRAD.CELS.
    I3=50/-40 GRAD.CELS.
    ASSUME V2 IS THE REFERENCE PHASOR, CALCULATE V0, V1, I1, V3,
    THE APPARENT POWER AND THE POWER FACTORS AT THE PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND
    TERTIARY TERMINALS
    THE TRANSFORMER EFFICIENCY


    JUST WANT TO DOBLE CHECK MY ANSWER.


    I APPRECIATE ANY HELP.


    THANKS!
     
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