Power transformers are key components in power networks. Their availability and longevity have a major impact on grid reliability and profitability.
Power 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. Generally the higher voltage falls in the range of 11-22-33kV whereas lower voltage falls in 250 or 433V range. The frequency remains identical before and after the transformation of the current.
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Proportioning of core and winding losses using lamination
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Transposition in L.V. coil for current sharing in parallel conductors