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Unit - 3 DC Machines
Unit 3
Transformers
3.1 Principle
3.2 Construction and operation of singlephase transformer
3.3 Equivalent circuit and phasor diagram voltage regulation
3.4 losses and efficiency
3.5 testingOC and SC Test
3.6 Separation of hysteresis and eddy current loss
3.7 Three phase transformer
3.8 Types of connection and comparative features
3.9 Parallel operation of single phase and three phase transformer
3.10 Autotransformerconstruction principle application
3.11 comparison with two winding transformer
3.12 Magnetizing current effect of nonlinear BH curve of magnetic core material
3.13 harmonics in magnetization current
3.14 Phase conversion Scott connection threephase to sixphase conversion
3.15 Tapchanging transformers Noload and onload tapchanging of transformers
3.16 Threewinding transformers
3.17 cooling of transformers
Unit 3
Transformers
3.1 Principle
3.2 Construction and operation of singlephase transformer
3.3 Equivalent circuit and phasor diagram voltage regulation
3.4 losses and efficiency
3.5 testingOC and SC Test
3.6 Separation of hysteresis and eddy current loss
3.7 Three phase transformer
3.8 Types of connection and comparative features
3.9 Parallel operation of single phase and three phase transformer
3.10 Autotransformerconstruction principle application
3.11 comparison with two winding transformer
3.12 Magnetizing current effect of nonlinear BH curve of magnetic core material
3.13 harmonics in magnetization current
3.14 Phase conversion Scott connection threephase to sixphase conversion
3.15 Tapchanging transformers Noload and onload tapchanging of transformers
3.16 Threewinding transformers
3.17 cooling of transformers
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