Electromagnetic forces interact with electrically charged particles and electromagnetic fields. This course will study how these forces lead to voltage and current transformation. Ratios and polarity are explained, leading to the introduction of potential transformers and current transformers, as well as their use in conjunction with the relevant instruments such as ammeters, voltmeters, watt meters and energy meters.
Three-phase transformer configurations are studied, along with harmonic distortion, CT saturation and on-load tap-changer problems, and how these problems are dealt with. Over-current and restraint differential transformer protection is developed along with a look at some examples of " Old School relays" as well as modern IDE (intelligent Electrical Devices) relays, transformer clock system vector nomenclature, oil analysis, and the Buchholz relay.
This course is intended for Engineers, Technologist, Technicians, Students wishing to learn and understand or just review Power Transformers.
Electrical 3 Phase Power Transformers Fundamentals
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