We cannot imagine power system without transformer. Transmission of electricity over such a long distance is only possible because of transformer. And hence, if you are an electrical engineer, you must know about the transformer. Its not an optional thing to know but, a mandatory one! You are not just learning any other device but, the most important equipment in the whole electrical engineering.
Now, if you think, concepts of transformer are difficult to understand, then this course will prove you wrong. By the end of this course, you will not only understand the transformer clearly but also, you’ll develop an interest in electrical machines. The course in designed and organised in such a way that, it unfolded every concepts at the right time which makes understanding very very easy and interesting.
30+ lectures - Important Diagrams - MCQs for practice
Applications of Transformer
Voltage Induced in a coil
Applied & Induced voltage
A Basic Transformer
Polarity of Transformer
Ideal Transformer on no-load
Voltage & turns Ratio
Ideal Transformer on Load & Current ratio
Ideal vs Practical transformer
Practical Transformer on no load
Practical Transformer on load
Primary & secondary leakage reactance
Equivalent circuit of practical transformer
Simplifying the equivalent circuit
Standard terminal marking & Polarity
Losses in Transformer
Efficiency of transformer
Construction of Transformer
Cooling of Transformer
Bank of three single phase Transformers
Delta-Delta contacted Transformer
Delta – wye connected transformer
Wye-Delta connected transformer
Wye-Wye connected transformer
Open delta connection
Three phase Transformer
For Section 2 & 3 i.e. for Practical & three phase transformer videos will be posted gradually i.e. every week till we complete the content.
If required, some topics may be added later on as well.
Gaurav J aka TheElectricalGuy, is an Electrical Engineer with years of experience in the Power Transmission sector. He takes care of High & Extra high voltage products. He has been creating content for electrical engineers for more than 5 years now. He also runs a successful YouTube channel with thousands of subscribers & millions of views.
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