Dual Reversible Transformer Model for the Calculation of Low-Frequency Transients

@article{Jazebi2013DualRT,
  title={Dual Reversible Transformer Model for the Calculation of Low-Frequency Transients},
  author={Saeed Jazebi and Francisco de Le{\'o}n and Ashkan Farazmand and Digvijay Deswal},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={2509-2517}
}
This paper presents a physically consistent dual model applicable to single-phase two-winding transformers for the calculation of low-frequency transients. First, the topology of a dual electrical equivalent circuit is obtained from the direct application of the principle of duality. Then, the model parameters are computed considering the variations of the transformer electromagnetic behavior under various operating conditions. Current modeling techniques use different topological models to… CONTINUE READING

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