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Transformer model in power system

by DamianF
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DamianF
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Dec30-13, 08:03 PM
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Hello

I am interesting in transformers lately, and I noticed that most commonly used method for representing transformers in power systems is by symmetrical components.

Now, I am wondering - is there any way that we can represent and calculate transformer in phase system, totally without symmetrical components ? You know what I want to said - with all those huge matrix in which would be transformer's phase values.

If someone is familiar with that, I would be very thankful if you write it here - or just references where I could find it.
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Baluncore
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Jan2-14, 03:00 AM
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Thanks
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Start here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symmetrical_components
Also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott-T_transformer


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