Transformer Engineering: Design and Practice

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CRC Press, May 24, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 496 pages
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This reference illustrates the interaction and operation of transformer and system components and spans more than two decades of technological advancement to provide an updated perspective on the increasing demands and requirements of the modern transformer industry. Guiding engineers through everyday design challenges and difficulties such as stray loss estimation and control, prediction of winding hot spots, and calculation of various stress levels and performance figures, the book propagates the use of advanced computational tools for the optimization and quality enhancement of power system transformers and encompasses every key aspect of transformer function, design, and engineering.
 

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Contents

1 Transformer Fundamentals
1
2 Magnetic Characteristics
34
3 Impedance Characteristics
74
4 Eddy Currents and Winding Stray Losses
123
5 Stray Losses in Structural Components
165
6 Short Circuit and Stresses and Strength
225
7 Surge Phenomena in Transformers
269
8 Insulation Design
318
9 Cooling Systems
357
10 Structural Design
378
11 Special Transformers
398
12 Recent Trends in Transformer Technology
423
Fault Calculations
437
Stress and Capacitance Formulae
442
Index
452
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