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<p>i1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>V=N</p> <p>Faradays Laws of Electromagnetic Induction</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>Faradays law</p> <p>So we have the following : 1)</p> <p>2)</p> <p>i1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>i1 i2</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>N1: N2 Step Up N1 &lt; N2</p> <p>N1 : N2 Step Down N1 &gt; N2</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>N1 : N2</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>N1 : N2</p> <p>THE VOLTAGE MEASURED FROM THE DOT END TO THE NON DOT END IS IN THE SAME PHASE</p> <p>C A</p> <p>VAB</p> <p>B D</p> <p>C A</p> <p>VAB</p> <p>B D</p> <p>VCD</p> <p>C A</p> <p>VAB</p> <p>B D</p> <p>VCD</p> <p>Primary</p> <p>Secondary</p> <p>Primary</p> <p>Secondary</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>EG , E1</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>As , E1 and E2 has the same dot polarity , So E1 is in phase with E2 So in the phasor diagram</p> <p>Primary</p> <p>Secondary E2 Z2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>EG , E1</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>E2</p> <p>EG , E1</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>i2 lags or leads by E2 depends upon the impendence i2 lags E2 if it is inductive load i2 leads E2 if it is Capacitive load</p> <p>Let us consider , Z2 be the inductive Load so i2 lags E2</p> <p>i2 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>E2</p> <p>EG , E1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>i1 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>So,E2 = n E1i1 =ni2 EG , E1 E2 = nE1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>So,i1 = n i2</p> <p>Inside the core there is a flux m linking Both primary and secondary</p> <p>i1 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>So,E2 = n E1EG , E1 E2 = nE1</p> <p>i1 =ni2</p> <p>i2</p> <p>So,i1 = n i2</p> <p>According to the Faradays Law ,</p> <p>= N1 j m Due to j operator m moves From E1 by clockwise of by 90 So We have in Phasor diagram</p> <p>i1 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>So,E2 = n E1i1 =ni2 EG , E1 E2 = nE1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>So,i1 = n i2</p> <p>i1 Primary Secondary</p> <p>i2</p> <p>EG</p> <p>E1</p> <p>E2</p> <p>Z2</p> <p>N1 : N2 1:n</p> <p>The Phasor Diagram of an Ideal Transformer</p> <p>So,E2 = n E1</p> <p>i1 =ni2</p> <p>EG , E1 E2 = nE1</p> <p>i2</p> <p>So,i1 = n i2</p> <p>Power Handling Capacity Electrical Parameters i1 , V1 , Power , Turns (N1, N2) Mechanical or Physical dimensions Core Sizes , Sizes of wire gages etc</p> <p>To determine the power handling capacity of the transformer we have to mapping the Relationship between Electrical Parameters and Mechanical dimension</p> <p>the practical transformer the coils are terminated by soldering , the rectangular solid block is the core , in this case the core is CRGO( cold rolled grained oriented) silicon steel ,as the steel is conductive , we have lot of eddy currents in the solid steel , to reduce the cross-sectional area of the eddy current path , to increase the resistance for the eddy current path the lamination have been put into it , all the practical transformer has solid bulk of core is laminated , its all are pocket is vacuumed and it is varnished and its darkish color is due to the varnish coating , well you see the winding in the centre which goes to the central limb, now this consists of both primary and secondary winding the primary goes first and then the secondary</p> <p> Electrical Equipment wUZ U avZe mvidmwUZ ground voltage G eRvq _vK BnvZ Zvi msk Avmv gvbylwU ` Ubv nZ iv cvq | N Bnv GKwU wb-impedance evavhy path Zix Ki hvnvZ eRcvZ wKsev Kvb aibi BjKwUK mvR Electrical Equipment ev KgiZ ewUK wZ bv Ki wb-impedance evavhy path -wU w`q gvwUZ Pj hvq|</p> <p>AvRKi welq t 1. 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