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Electrical Machines. LSEGG216A 9080V. Parallel Operation & Auxiliary equipment. Introduction. Identify. Parallel Operation. Why not get a bigger one?. Can carry many of the same size so maintenance is easier & cheaper If one fails can still supply some load

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Electrical machines

Electrical Machines

LSEGG216A

9080V


Parallel operation auxiliary equipment

Parallel Operation&Auxiliary equipment


Introduction
Introduction

  • Identify


Parallel operation
Parallel Operation

Why not get a bigger one?

  • Can carry many of the same size so maintenance is easier & cheaper

  • If one fails can still supply some load

  • Can turn one off if load reduces


Parallel operation1
Parallel Operation

Both transformers must have:

  • Same voltage

  • Frequency

  • Roughly the same VA rating

  • Same polarity


Parallel operation2
Parallel Operation

Single Phase

High circulation currents will flow

Incorrect Polarity


Parallel operation3
Parallel Operation

Single Phase

Correct Polarity


Parallel operation4
Parallel Operation

Testing for Polarity

Place a voltmeter across the transformer terminal and the supply line

Correct polarity =

Incorrect polarity =

0 Volts

Transformer voltage or higher


3 phase transformers
3 Phase Transformers

Types

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

Star

Star

No Phase Shift

Reference


3 phase transformers1
3 Phase Transformers

Types

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

Delta

Delta

No Phase Shift

Reference


3 phase transformers2
3 Phase Transformers

Types

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

Star

Delta

V2 Leads V1 by 30

Reference

30


3 phase transformers3
3 Phase Transformers

Types

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

Delta

Star

V2 Lags V1 by 30

30

Reference


Paralleling 3 phase transformers
Paralleling 3 Phase Transformers

Must be from the same vector group

Must have the same effect on voltage:

-Δ

paralleled with

-Δ

Δ-

paralleled with

Δ-

Provided that the line voltages are equal

Δ-

paralleled with

-Δ


Paralleling 3 phase transformers1
Paralleling 3 Phase Transformers

Must be from the same vector group

Must have the same effect on voltage:

-Δ

paralleled with

-Δ

Δ-

paralleled with

Δ-

Δ-

paralleled with

-Δ

Δ- -30 & -Δ +30

The voltage phase difference would be 60


Auxiliary equipment
Auxiliary Equipment

  • Protection

  • Voltage adjustment

  • Over temperature

  • Over pressure

  • Low oil level

  • Oil quality

  • Reduction of water

  • Tap changers


Transformer construction
Transformer Construction

  • Most large transformers are oil filled

  • The oil level must be high enough to cover the transformer

  • Oil must be kept dry and clean


Transformer construction1
Transformer Construction

Conserver Tank

Sealed Tank

Tank always stays full


Transformer construction2
Transformer Construction

Buchholz relay monitors oil between transformer and conserver tank

Pressure relief valve allows over pressure oil to escape

Over temperature thermostat trips circuit breaker if transformer gets too hot


Buchholz relay
Buchholz relay

Monitors

  • Presence of air bubbles due to faulty initial filling or faulty seal of gaskets

  • Formation of gas due to burning of oil or solid insulation

  • Lowering of oil level due to leak of the tank

  • Oil flow from tank to conservator due to explosion or short circuit


Buchholz relay1
Buchholz relay

On a slow accumulation of gas, due to slight overloadaccumulates in the top of the relay and forces the oil level down. A float operated switch in the relay is used to initiate an alarm signal


Buchholz relay2
Buchholz relay

rapidgas accumulation, flow of oil operates a switch attached to a vane

Test port to allow the accumulated gas to be withdrawn for testing


Buchholz relay3
Buchholz relay

Dry air test

Gas testing

Oil to conserver

Oil & Gass from Tx

Oil for testing


Tap changers
Tap Changers

  • Two types:

  • Off Load

  • On Load

Can be located on the primary or secondary of the transformer


Off load
Off Load

  • Basically a multi-position switch

  • Open circuits output between positions

  • Contacts not rated to open circuit under load



On load
On Load

  • Manual

  • Automatic

Sliding switch

Transformer windings

Common terminal


On load1
On Load

Inductors carry current when contact is between taps


On load2
On Load

Contact moves to new tap


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