Principles of Transformers


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Principles of Transformers
1010603 Principles of TransformersR.K. Singh
Working Principle of a Transformer A transformer is a static piece of apparatus used for transferring power from one circuit to another without change in frequency. It can raise or lower the voltage with a corresponding decrease or increase in current. In its simplest form, a transformer consists of two conducting coils having a mutual inductance. The primary is the winding which receives electric power, and the secondary is the one which may deliver it. The coils are wound on a laminated core of magnetic material. The physical basis of a transformer is mutual inductan…
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BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited): Transformers, Second Edition. Principles of Transformers, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export