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  • Analysis of Transformer Protection in Relay Protection
    Analysis of Transformer Protection in Relay Protection
    The transformer is a static device in continuous operation, which is relatively reliable in operation and has less chance of failure. However, since most of the transformers are installed outdoors, and are affected by the load during operation and the short-circuit fault of the power system, various faults and abnormal situations inevitably occur during operation.
  • When does magnetizing inrush current occur in transformers?
    When does magnetizing inrush current occur in transformers?
    01 Inrush currentWhen a transformer is first energized, a phenomenon called magnetizing inrush occurs. Although inrush currents are generally not as disruptive as fault currents, the duration of magnetizing inrush currents is on the order of seconds (compared to periods with fault currents).
  • How to judge and deal with these abnormal phenomena in transformers?
    How to judge and deal with these abnormal phenomena in transformers?
    1. Analysis of abnormal operation of transformers(1) The sound of the transformer is abnormalAs soon as the transformer is connected to the power supply, there will be a buzzing sound, which is mainly due to the effect of high-voltage magnetic flux. During normal operation, the sound of the transformer is uniform. When there are other noises, you should carefully find the cause and deal with it.
  • Power Transformer Basics
    Power Transformer Basics
    1. Classification and models of power transformers2. 1. Classification by use3. (1) Step-up transformer: used by the power plant to transmit electricity to the outside.4. (2) Step-down transformer: The substation of the power supply bureau is used for voltage conversion.5. (3) Distribution transformer: used to supply power to users.6. (4) Plant transformer: Provides internal electricity for the power plant.7. (5) Transformer for station: Provide internal electricity for the substation.8. (6) Converter transformer: for DC power transmission, one side is connected to AC power, and one side is connected to the converter valve.9. (7) Rectifier transformer: used in thermal power plants to supply power to electrostatic precipitators.
  • Do you know what conditions are required for the parallel operation of transformers?
    Do you know what conditions are required for the parallel operation of transformers?
    The parallel operation of transformers means that the primary windings of two or more transformers are connected in parallel on the busbar of the same voltage, and the secondary windings are connected in parallel on the busbar of another voltage.Its meaning is: when one transformer fails, other transformers running in parallel can still continue to operate to ensure the power consumption of important users; or when the transformer needs to be repaired, the standby transformer can be connected in parallel, and then the transformer to be repaired is powered off and repaired. , which can not only ensure the planned maintenance of the transformer, but also ensure that the power supply is not interrupted and improve the reliability of the power supply.
  • About transformers, you have to master the knowledge points!
    About transformers, you have to master the knowledge points!
    1. What is a transformer?In the AC circuit, the device that increases or decreases the voltage is called a transformer. The transformer can convert any value of voltage into the voltage value we need with the same frequency to meet the requirements of electric energy transmission, distribution and use.For example, the electricity from a power plant has a low voltage level, and the voltage must be increased before it can be transported to a distant power consumption area. The power consumption area must be reduced to a suitable voltage level to supply power equipment and daily electricity. Equipment.
  • The harm of transformer oil seepage and its treatment methods
    The harm of transformer oil seepage and its treatment methods
    1. The oil leakage of the transformer will not only seriously affect the appearance, but also cause economic losses because the transformer needs to be shut down to eliminate leakage. If there are many oil stains on the ground foundation of the transformer, it may also become a fire hazard.
  • Inventory! 7 types of fault judgment methods and solutions for dry-type transformer noise, worth collecting!
    Inventory! 7 types of fault judgment methods and solutions for dry-type transformer noise, worth collecting!
    This article mainly counts 7 types of fault judgment methods and solution analysis of dry-type transformer noise. If there is any error or omission, please point it out in the comment area.Analysis of 7 types of fault judgment methods and solutions for dry-type transformer noise➢Resonance problems of fans, casings and other components➢Installation problems➢Influence of installation environment➢The problem of vibration of busbar bridge➢Transformer core resonates by itself.➢Transformer coil self-resonance➢The problem of the nature of the load
  • A paper to explain the modeling and characteristic analysis of transformers
    A paper to explain the modeling and characteristic analysis of transformers
    IntroductiontransformerA device that changes voltage, current, or phase by coupling a magnetic circuitWhy learn Transformers?Transformers are also known as stationary AC motors
  • Transformer No-load/Load  Test Introduction
    Transformer No-load/Load Test Introduction
    No-load test: Apply the rated voltage of the sine wave rated frequency from a certain winding of the transformer (generally from the secondary low-voltage side), and open the other windings to measure the no-load current and no-load loss. If the test conditions are limited and the power supply voltage cannot reach the rated voltage, the test can be performed under non-rated voltage conditions. This test method has a large error and is generally only used to check whether the transformer is faulty. Only the test voltage reaches more than 80% of the rated voltage. can be used to test the no-load loss.
  • First Delivery After The Chinese New Year HolidayCanwin Supplier & manufacturers | Canwin
    First Delivery After The Chinese New Year HolidayCanwin Supplier & manufacturers | Canwin
    The first delivery after CNY holiday:1.CAH (22) -400DV Cut to length Line *1 units2. Slitting line 
  • 55 Transformer Knowledge You Have to Know
    55 Transformer Knowledge You Have to Know
    1. What does △/Y0-11 mean on the transformer nameplate?Answer: According to the different connection methods of the primary coil and the secondary coil of the transformer, the phase angle of the line voltage on the primary side and the secondary side of the transformer is different. Transformer △/ Y0-11 means that the phase angle difference between the two line voltages of the transformer is 330°. It is customary to use the clock notation, that is, 11 o'clock.
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