3.1. Lecture 3 Power Transformers. limb. yoke. Power Transformers. Core structures. Winding connections. Equivalent circuits.


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1 3.1 Lecture 3 ower ransformers Core structures. Winding connections. Equivalent circuits. ower ransformers Core tructures of hreehase ransformers threephase transformer can be considered to be some combination of singlephase transformers, either as three separate units, or as a single unit with three sets of phase windings on a common magnetic core. single unit construction permits some considerable saving of materials, and is therefore the usual option. Using three separate singlephase units is sometimes necessary for very large transformers to overcome weight and size limitations of transport. While the three separate singlephase units cost more than the equivalent threephase unit, there is a saving in the cost of the spare transformer, usually mandatory for the security of supply. he standard configurations of threephase cores are: (a) hreelimb Core his is the most common arrangement, and uses the least amount of core material. he parts of the core joining the three limbs are known as the yokes. B C yoke limb Figure 3.1 hreelimb core
2 3. (b) FiveLimb Core In the threelimb arrangement the yokes have the same crosssectional area as the limbs. With two extra unwound limbs the top and bottom yokes can be reduced to half the crosssection of the three wound limbs. he unwound limbs also need to have only half the crosssection of the wound limbs, so the extra steel required for the unwound limbs comes mainly from the steel saved in the yokes. B C Figure 3. Fivelimb core he lower profile yokes lead to a reduction of height. herefore the fivelimb core is commonly used in large transformers, where the transport height is an important design limitation. Both of the arrangements (a) and (b) are known as core type, as opposed to the shell type below.
3 3.3 (c) hell ype Core his type uses almost as much core steel as three separate cores. It does have a design advantage of permitting winding construction with well supported coils, to provide mechanical strength to withstand shortcircuit forces. he shell type arrangement is comparatively rare, and used only for very large transformers. B C Figure 3.3 helltype core Winding Connections of hreehase ransformers he basic connections are delta, star, and zigzag (interconnected star). ny combination of these basic winding connections, with variations in polarities, may be found in a transformer. he connections of a particular transformer are indicated by a connection symbol, sometimes called a vector symbol. he possible connections result in various inherent phase displacements between primary and secondary voltages. he standard phase displacements are 0, 180, 30 and +30, but other values are possible (e.g. with the zigzag connection, or with a delta autotransformer).
4 3.4 he connection symbol for a twowinding transformer is composed as follows: HV symbol D for delta Y for star for zigzag HV neutral symbol if neutral terminal is accessible LV symbol d for delta y for star z for zigzag LV neutral symbol n if neutral terminal is accessible hase displacement symbol 0 for 0 6 for for for +30 he phase displacement symbol is a clock hour figure showing the position of the equivalent star voltage phasor for the LV winding, with the corresponding HV phasor in the reference position of zero or 1 o clock. Examples Yyn0 = starstar, HV neutral not available, LV neutral available, zero phase displacement. Yzn1 = HV star, HV neutral available, LV zigzag, LV neutral available, LV lags HV by 30. For multiwinding transformers the HV winding (the highest voltage) remains the reference for phase displacement, and its symbol is written first. Other symbols follow in diminishing order of rated voltages, and preferably separated with commas for clarity. Example transformer has three windings: 13 kv star (HV) with neutral brought out 36 kv star, in phase with HV, with the neutral brought out 7. kv delta, leading the HV by 30 he connection symbol for this transformer is: Y, yn0, d11.
5 3.5 For autotransformers, in which the two windings have a common part, the letter a is used to designate the lower voltage of the autoconnected pair, and is placed immediately after the symbol for the higher voltage of the pair. hreephase autotransformers are usually star connected. Examples D, yn11, a11 separate high voltage delta winding, and an intermediate to low voltage star autotransformer. he intermediate and low voltages lead the high voltage by 30. Y, a0, d1 HV autoconnected star winding with the neutral terminal brought out, and a separate delta winding. he equivalent star voltage of the delta winding lags the HV by 30. Diagram of connections as follows: B C a 4 B4 C4 C c b B 3 a a1 B3 b C3 a b c c b1 c B 3C 3C 31 3B1 3C1 3B
6 3.6 Reference and erminology 374 ower ransformers, art 4 appings and Connections (198) is the relevant ustralian tandard that deals with transformer winding connections. In 374 the term winding, for threephase transformers, refers to the three phase windings associated with one of the voltages assigned to the transformer. Hence the terms high voltage winding, low voltage winding, and intermediate voltage winding for the main windings of a transformer. hese terms, unlike primary and secondary do not imply any set direction of power flow. It is customary to add a third deltaconnected auxiliary winding to all large starstar transformers to decrease the zero sequence impedance. his third winding is generally known as the tertiary winding, although 374 does not use the term. Generally the tertiary winding has a lower MV rating than the main windings. he tertiary winding, if its terminals are brought out, can also be used to supply a small load.
7 3.7 Equivalent Circuits of ower ransformers inglehase ransformers (a) Ideal ransformers Many power transformer problems can be solved with sufficient accuracy by treating the transformers as ideal: I I V V Figure 3.4 wowinding ideal transformer For the twowinding ideal transformer: V V (3.1) I I (3.)
8 3.8 he threewinding ideal transformer is represented by: I I V V I V Figure 3.5 hreewinding ideal transformer and has ideal equations: V V V (3.3) I I I (3.4) Let: a primary to secondary turns ratio (3.5) a primary to tertiary turns ratio (3.6)
9 3.9 hen: econdary voltage referred to the primary V a V (3.7) ertiary voltage referred to the primary V a V (3.8) econdary current referred to the primary I I a (3.9) ertiary current referred to the primary I I a (3.10) Hence, for the ideal transformer: V V V (3.11) I I I (3.1) and the equivalent circuit, in terms of the referred values, is shown below: I I' V V' I' V' Figure 3.6 hreewinding ideal transformer with referred values
10 3.10 (b) ractical ower ransformers ractical transformers have significant leakage reactance X L and resistance R L. hey also draw magnetising current, but for most power system calculations this can be ignored. herefore we use the simplified equivalent circuits shown below for two and threewinding transformers. he equivalent circuit for a twowinding power transformer is: I = I' R L jx L V V' Figure 3.7 Equivalent circuit of a twowinding power transformer When using perunit values the term referred to the primary is superfluous, and we can replace V and I with V and I respectively. he equivalent circuit for a threewinding power transformer is: I R jx R jx I' V V' R jx I' V' Figure 3.8 Equivalent circuit of a threewinding power transformer
11 3.11 he equivalent circuit impedances: R R R jx jx jx (3.13) are not directly measurable, and have no physical meaning. hey are merely abstract components of the equivalent circuit. he measurable impedances are: (3.14) olving the simultaneous equations (3.14) gives: (3.15) where: (3.16) In the interest of generality we should note that transformer windings also have some effective capacitance. he capacitance is important in some types of transformer (e.g. high voltage testing transformers), but can be safely ignored in power transformers, as long as we are concerned only with steadystate performance.
12 3.1 hreehase ransformers ositive equence Equivalent Circuits For power system calculations the equivalent circuits of threephase transformers are drawn as one phase of the equivalent star network. he ratio a (for example) of a threephase transformer is the unloaded voltage ratio. Whether this is the true turns ratio depends on the winding connections. lso, an inherent phase displacement may be involved. hus we can regard the ratio a as a complex number. Example Consider a 33 / 11 kv Yd1 transformer. he HV winding is nominated as the primary. he voltage ratio , but the turns ratio of the windings is he clock hour figure = 1, therefore the LV lags the HV by 30, 11 or HV leads the LV by 30. Hence the complex ratio 330. he positive sequence diagram is drawn in terms of perunit quantities as follows: a HL I 1 I a a 30 V V a 1 = L = R L + jx L = the leakage impedance Figure 3.9 ositive sequence equivalent circuit of example transformer he subscripts and a refer to the HV and LV windings ( a phase). hese could be replaced by (1) and a(1) respectively to emphasize that the circuit is valid only for positive phase sequence.
13 3.13 hreehase ransformers egative equence Equivalent Circuits he negative sequence impedance of a transformer, because it is a passive component, always equals the positive sequence impedance, which is the leakage impedance of the windings. While the impedance is independent of the direction of phase rotation, reversing the phase rotation reverses the sign of the phase angle in the complex ratio. herefore the negative sequence equivalent circuit is obtained by reversing the sign of any phase shifters in the positive sequence equivalent circuit. For the transformer in the previous example, this illustrated in the following diagram: I () = 1 I a () a 30 V () V a () Figure 3.10 egative sequence equivalent circuit of example transformer
14 3.14 hreehase ransformers ero equence Equivalent Circuits Of all the standard core constructions the threelimb core is an exception in that it does not provide a closed iron path for the zero sequence flux. his fact introduces complications which we will ignore at first, and consider in a later section. fundamental difference between zero sequence and positive sequence performance of a transformer is the inherent phase displacement. With the usual standard connections, which have positive sequence phase displacements of 30, 0, or +30, the corresponding zero sequence phase displacement is always zero, and no phase shifters appear in the equivalent circuit. second difference is that the configuration of the zero sequence path(s) through the transformer may be different to the positive sequence path(s). he zero sequence paths depend on connections to each winding. We can construct a partial equivalent circuit for each type of winding connection, then put them together to match the configuration of the particular transformer. (a) tar Winding without eutral Connection If the neutral terminal is not used, then there is no path for the zero sequence currents, and the winding must be opencircuited in the zero sequence equivalent circuit: 0 to other winding(s) Figure 3.11
15 3.15 (b) tar Winding with eutral Earthed Directly ormal transformer action operates, and 0 1 = leakage impedance. 0 to other winding(s) Figure 3.1 (c) tar Winding with eutral Earthed via an Impedance = neutral earthing impedance and 0 1 = leakage impedance. 3 0 to other winding(s) Figure 3.13 (d) Delta Winding here is a closed zero sequence loop around the delta, but no zero sequence current can enter or leave via the line terminals. hus the winding is opencircuited as seen from the line terminals, but shortcircuited internally. 0 1 = leakage impedance. 0 to other winding(s) Figure 3.14
16 3.16 (e) igag Winding with eutral Earthed Directly he zigzag connection is shown below: B C B I I B I C 4 B4 C4 3 B3 C3 C B C 1 B1 C1 Figure 3.15 igag Winding Connection Windings 1 and 34, turns each, are wound on the limb of the magnetic circuit. Other limbs are wound similarly. hen the mmf produced by each winding is: F F F B C I I I B C I I I C B (3.17)
17 3.17 For positive sequence currents: F F F B C I I I 1 h h h h I 70 I I (3.18) he core mmfs lag the line currents by 30, which is the same as for a delta winding. For zero sequence currents: F F B F C 0 (3.19) here is no zero sequence mmf, hence no zero sequence flux, and no coupling to other windings. he zero sequence impedance 0 in this case is the leakage impedance between the subwindings 1 and to other winding(s) Figure 3.16
18 3.18 Example ero sequence network for a HV star to LV delta transformer. HV neutral solidly earthed. 0 a 0 1 = leakage impedance Example ero sequence network for a starstar transformer with delta tertiary winding. HV neutral solidly earthed, LV neutral earthed via impedance 3 a n a n. HV LV ertiary, a and are leakage impedances identical to those in the positive sequence circuit.
19 3.19 Effect of hreelimb Core on the ero equence Equivalent Circuits he threelimb core does not provide a closed path for the zero sequence flux, which has to return via a high reluctance path outside the steel core: Winding 1 Core Flux path in air Winding Figure 3.17 Flux path for a hreelimb ransformer he magnetic equivalent circuit is: F R 0 R core 3 R airgap 1 F 1 R 1 Figure 3.18 Magnetic equivalent circuit for a hreelimb ransformer he equivalent electric circuit can be derived directly from the magnetic circuit by the topological principle of duality. his topological technique is demonstrated in Figure node is marked within each mesh of the
20 3.0 magnetic circuit, and a reference node is marked outside the circuit. hese nodes are then joined by branches, one of which passes through each element of the magnetic circuit. For each reluctance in a mesh of the magnetic circuit, there is an inductance connected to the corresponding node of the electric circuit. Where a reluctance is common to two meshes in the magnetic circuit, the corresponding inductance connects the corresponding nodes of the electric circuit. For each magnetomotive force there is a corresponding emf between nodes. he electric equivalent circuit is therefore: 1 L 1 3 L V 1 L core L airgap V 0 Figure 3.19 Equivalent circuit of a threewinding power transformer where: V 1 primary voltage V secondary voltage L primary leakage inductance L L L 1 core secondary leakage inductance core magnetising inductance airgap airgap magnetising inductance (3.0) he large effective airgap makes the magnetising impedance much lower, and much more linear, than would be the case without the airgap. ctually L core has little effect, and L airgap dominates the magnetising impedance.
21 3.1 he low magnetising impedance has the same effect as a delta tertiary winding (of relatively high impedance) by providing an additional path to the zero sequence currents. he effect is further accentuated when the transformer with the threelimb core is placed in a metal tank. he tank forms a shortcircuited turn around a portion of the zero sequence flux, acting as another weakly coupled delta winding. s shown in Figure 3.19, the zero sequence performance of the threelimb core type transformer can not be adequately described by a single impedance, but requires three impedances in a (or equivalent ) network. In practice, the impedances required to construct the network may not be known, and in any case, the calculation is inaccurate because of nonlinearities. Reasonable results can generally be obtained by ignoring the effect of the threelimb core. notable exception is the case of a starstar transformer with one neutral floating. Example ero sequence network for a HV star to LV star transformer on a threelimb core. HV neutral solidly earthed, LV neutral not connected. a 0 (o.c.) here is no zero sequence path through the LV winding. he zero sequence opencircuit impedance is seen from the HV side. 0o.c. is predominantly a magnetising impedance, significant for a threelimb core, but practically infinity for other types. With threewinding transformers the effect of the threelimb core gets more complicated. With reference to the previous threewinding example, one might be tempted to add a magnetising impedance to the junction of the three partial leakage impedances, a and, but this does no give a valid equivalent circuit, which would require at least six impedances.
22 3. bility to upply Unbalanced Loads (a) inglephase linetoline load ssume a load between lines b and c. We can solve the problem by treating the load as a linetoline fault, and use the method of sequence networks to find the shortcircuit current I C : I C 3E 3E 1 1 j j 1 (3.1) 1 1 he opencircuit voltage is: V OC j 3E 1 (3.) Hence, the source impedance (by hévenin s heorem) is: V (3.3) OC source 1 I C ince 1 is always small the transformer has no difficulty in supplying the singlephase linetoline load.
23 3.3 (b) inglephase linetoneutral load ssume the load is on phase a. We can solve the problem by treating the load as a linetoearth fault, and the method of sequence networks to find the shortcircuit current I C : I C 3E 3E (3.4) 1 he opencircuit voltage is: V OC E 1 (3.5) Hence, the source impedance (by hévenin s heorem) is: source VOC 0 1 (3.6) I C 3 problem arises if 0 is large, e.g. if the neutral of a starstar transformer is not earthed. ot only does the voltage then collapse on the loaded phase because of excessive source impedance, but overvoltages are produced on the other two phases. In the extreme case (infinite 0 ) the magnitude of the voltages on the unloaded phases becomes 3 p.u.
24 3.4 ummary he different core constructions of threephase transformers lead to different electric and magnetic equivalent circuits, and therefore transformer behaviour. he effect of the winding connections of a transformer also affects its behaviour. he positive and negative sequence equivalent electric circuits of a transformer consist entirely of leakage impedance, but may involve a phase shift (depending on winding connections). he zero sequence equivalent electric circuits for a transformer are highly dependent on the winding connections. he threelimb core transformer has a equivalent zero sequence equivalent electric circuit, but in practice we ignore the effect of the threelimb core (unless the neutral of a starstar transformer is left floating). ransformers generally have no difficulty supplying singlephase linetoline loads. ransformers with large zero sequence impedances have difficulty supplying singlephase linetoneutral loads the voltage tends to collapse on the loaded phase and overvoltages occur on the other two. References Carmo, J.: ower Circuit heory otes, U, ruupold, E.: ower Circuit heory otes, U, 1993.
25 3.5 Exercises 1. For the shell type transformer shown, determine the magnitude of fluxes x ower transformers and y given that symmetrical 3phase voltages are applied to the windings, taking the main flux a to be 1 p.u. x y B C (a) With winding polarities shown. (b) With B phase wound in the same direction as and C.. singlephase threewinding transformer has the following ratings: HV LV V 10 kv, 400 kv 600 V, 400 kv 1. kv, 100 kv he transformer is fed from the LV side at 600 V. he V winding is loaded with a 15 resistor, and the HV winding is connected to a capacitive reactance of 60. Use ideal transformer modelling to determine: (a) ll three winding currents. (b) kv loading of each winding.
26 kv singlephase 800 V / 00 V transformer has leakage impedance of 1. j.0%. It is reconnected as a 800 V / 1000 V autotransformer. (a) What is the new kv rating? (b) What is the leakage impedance based on the new ratings? 4. singlephase 75 kv transformer has three windings 1,, & 3, rated at 400, 600 & 40 V respectively. hortcircuit test gave the following results: (i) Winding shorted, winding 3 open: I 31.5, V 10 V, 750 W (ii) Winding 3 shorted, winding open: I 31.5, V 135 V, 810 W (iii) Winding 3 shorted, winding 1 open: I 15.0, V 30 V, 815 W 1 Determine the constants, expressed as percent values, of the equivalent circuit for this transformer. eglect the excitation current and corrections for temperature.
27 singlephase transformer is rated 60 Hz, 100 kv, 1300 V / 00 V, and at those ratings has an impedance of 0.39 j6.1%. (a) What would happen if a second identical transformer were to be connected in parallel, but by mistake one of its windings had reverse polarity? ssume the 60 Hz HV supply maintains a constant voltage at 13. kv. (b) What would happen if the transformer were to be used at rated voltage in a 50 Hz system? (c) he transformer is to be connected to a 50 Hz 11 kv network. (i) What kv rating would you now assign to the transformer? (ii) What is the percent impedance at the revised rating? 6. he rating plate of a 375 MV transformer gives the following information: Winding Rated kv Rated MV Impedances on 375 MV base on principal tapping HV HVLV 16.47% LV HVV 47.37% V 11 5 LVV 9.64% Connection symbol: Y,a0,d1 a) ketch a circuit diagram, ignoring facilities for tap changing, but showing main winding connections and polarities. b) Calculate the complex ratios: HV / LV, HV / V, LV / V. c) ketch the positive sequence equivalent circuit, and calculate its component impedances. ssume all resistances and the noload current are negligible.
28 he transformer in Q6 delivers 100 MW 0 Mvar to the 13 kv bus at nominal voltage. he 11 kv winding is connected to a capacitor bank rated at 5 Mvar, 11 kv. Calculate the magnitude and phase of all line and phase currents, taking the a phase of the 13 kv bus as the reference. lso calculate the megawatts and megavars taken from the 330 kv bus. 8. For the transformer in Q6: (a) ketch the negative sequence equivalent circuit. (b) ketch the zero sequence equivalent circuit, assuming the neutral to be solidly earthed. 9. threephase 500 kv 33 kv / 500 V transformer has an impedance of 0.39 j6.1%. Calculate: (a) he maximum kv the transformer can supply to a single phase linetoline connected load at 500 V without exceeding the rated current. (b) he regulation with a single phase load as in (a), when the load power factor is: (i) 0.9 lagging (ii) 0.9 leading
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