What is Voltage regulation: Definition and 23 Discussions
In electrical engineering, particularly power engineering, voltage regulation is a measure of change in the voltage magnitude between the sending and receiving end of a component, such as a transmission or distribution line. Voltage regulation describes the ability of a system to provide near constant voltage over a wide range of load conditions. The term may refer to a passive property that results in more or less voltage drop under various load conditions, or to the active intervention with devices for the specific purpose of adjusting voltage.
So I've done part a)
Primary current = 200000/415=481.9
Cos θ = -0.8
Sin θ = 0.6
Reg=(481.9 ( 0.014*-0.8 + 0.057*0.6))/415
= 0.0267
Reg% = 2.67%
Part b I simply used the same equation but for secondary:
@ unity p.f., cos θ =1, sin θ = 0
secondary current = 200000/11000 = 18.18...
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I have a problem with chiller. The chiller is connected on 400V AC (+-10%) substation. But, at the end of transmission line, on my chiller terminals, I have 410V, my chiller has Un=390V, so the chiller has often breakdown, probably the electronics are so sensitive...do you have any idea...
This particular question is for an assignment. However, I believe that I have the final (correct) answer, but want to check the understanding.
I am required to calculate the resistance of the secondary winding of a transformer. The transformer is a 415:11000 V step-up, rated at 200kVA but with...
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I want to calculate voltage regulation of a transfromer. I have learned that voltage regulation is (Vnl-Vfl)/Vfl.
While solving some problems for practice I came across multiple questions. In some of them where the load is given I understand how to solve them. I just find the No load...
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http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slyt194/slyt194.pdf
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So I have been told on here that when you eliminate the leakage flux between coils it improves Voltage regulation, I have also read online that voltage regulation is related to inductance, but could anyone elaborate on these? 'why are these so?'
[I can sort of guess something like the...
Homework Statement
A 415V to 11 kV transformer has a rating of 200 kVA. The winding resistance and leakage reactance when referred to the primary are 0.014 Ω and 0.057 Ω respectively.
(b) In designing a particular 415V to 11 kV, 200 kVA transformer, the primary winding resistance is to be 10...
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The attachment depicts an active load (to the right is the equivalent circuit). It is called thus because this load (measured from TP27) changes its resistance according to the controlling signal connected to TP25. The load is switched “on” (minimum resistance) and “off”...
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I need to calculate the voltage regulation of the 3 ph Dzn transformer. I have knowledge of the current going into the primary winding of the transformer (Delta winding) and hence need to calculate the current in the secondary (load current) so that I can use this in the voltage...
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5. A 415V to 11 kV transformer has a rating of 200 kVA. The winding resistance and leakage reactance when referred to the primary are 0.014 Ω and 0.057 Ω respectively.
(a) Determine the % regulation of the transformer at 0.8 power factor lagging.
(b) In designing a...
Homework Statement
5. A 415V to 11 kV transformer has a rating of 200 kVA. The winding resistance and leakage reactance when referred to the primary are 0.014 Ω and 0.057 Ω respectively.
(a) Determine the % regulation of the transformer at 0.8 power factor lagging.
(b) In designing a...
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I have two questions to ask you guys.
1. Why voltage regulation of a synchronous motor is negative with a purely capacitive load? I mean why?
2. Why Reactive loss is higher than resistive loss in a power distribution line?
thank you and have a nice day...
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How can a transformer have negative voltage regulation?
A few texts state that a leading power factor can give rise to negative power factor, but I have not been able to figure out how this is possible.
One vague explanation in my mind is that capacitance across the secondary terminal will...
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I did an experiment, involving transformers. Where we did open circuit and short circuit tests then test with a resistor, capacitor and inductor.
For the last question it asks Calculate the load capacitance and inductance from the voltage regulation readings.
Voltage regulation...
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I am new to this forum however i hear its great and full of good engineers. I want to convert 90-270 volts into either 88 volts or 112. I was thinking about a buck converter due to the efficiency however i cannot find one that can take my vin min and vin max. Then i though of a...
Ok, so I have a variable DC voltage source that changes as due to outside factors. The voltage ranges between 9 and 18 volts with a current between 1 and 3 amps. I want the voltage source to charge a 12 volt battery continuously until it is full. Whent he battery is full, the circuit should shut...
A transformer is rated at 2300/230 V, 15 kVA and 50 Hz. Assume that the transformer is operating at 80% p.f., leading and at rated output the secondary terminal voltage is 230 V. The following parameters for the transformer are given:
N1 = 1500 turns
N2 = 150 turns
r1 = 2.7 ohms
r2 = 0.024...
Homework Statement
when zener diode is used for voltage regulation,
voltage source is connected in series to zener diode and load resistance is connected parallel to zener diode.
when zener diode is reverse biased, it will enter zener breakdown region. when input voltage increases zener...
Homework Statement
Why does the voltage regulation of a transformer become negative when a capacitive load is attached? It causes the voltage across the secondary winding to increases rather than decrease, as would be the case for a resistive load. But why?
Homework Equations
Regulation =...
I a question:
1. How does voltage regulation works? I was told that if we set the value of the capacitor so that it supplies one-half of the reactive power absorbed by the line we will get a perfect voltage regulation. Anyone knows how to come up with the equation?