# Transformer

• ### Why XL Inductive Reactance In DC Supply Is Zero (0)?

Why XL Inductive Reactance in DC Supply Is Zero (0)?

• ### Uses and Application of Transformer

Uses and Application of Transformer The most important uses and application of Transformer are: It can rise or lower the level of level of Voltage or Current ( when voltage…

• ### Advantages and Disadvantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer. Advantages of Three Phase Transformer over Single Phase Transformer are: Less cost Less Weight less size Less time require…

• ### Transformer Losses – Types of Energy Losses in a Transformer

Types of Energy Losses in a Transformer An ideal transformer  have no energy losses i.e zero losses, and 100% efficient. but in real (In practical) transformers, energy is dissipated in the…

• ### EMF Equation Of a Transformer

EMF Equation Of the Transformer Introduction Magnitude of the induced EMF (or Voltage) in a transformer can be found by EMF equation of the transformer. When a source of alternating…

• ### Ideal power equation of Transformer

Ideal power equation of Transformer (The ideal transformer as a circuit element) If the secondary coil is attached to a load that allows current to flow, electrical power is transmitted…

• ### Induction law for Transformer

Induction law for Transformer The voltage induced across the secondary coil may be calculated from Faraday’s law of induction, which states that: where Vs is the instantaneous voltage, Ns is…

• ### Transformer, Construction, Working, Types Application & Limitations

What is a Transformer, Construction, Working, Types & Application Introduction to Electrical Transformer What is a Transformer? In Very Simple words. Transformer is a device which: Transfer Electrical power from…

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