Ideal Transformer

Ideal Transformer Because we are dealing with balanced 3-phase motors we can achieve considerable simplification by developing single-phase models, it being understood that any calculations using the equivalent circuit (e.g. torque or power) will yield ‘per phase’ values which will be multiplied by three to give the total torque or power. A quasi-circuit model of

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Arc Furnace Transformers

A transformer supplying an arc furnace has to deliver unusually high currents over a wide range of voltage. Power ratings between 50 and 100 MVA are quite common now with the secondary currents of more than 50 kA. Furnace transformers have special features for handling very high currents compared to conventional transformers. Since the LV

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Rectifier Transformers

Duties of rectifier transformers serving special industrial loads are more stringent than conventional transformers. Electrical energy in the form of direct current is required in electrolytic processes used in aluminum smelters and chemical plants (producing chlorine, soda, etc.). Various methods used for converting AC into DC in earlier days included use of motor-generator sets, rotary

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