TransformersÂ Questions & Answers
Transformer Losses and Efficiency
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I. Maximum voltage regulation occurs at the leading p.f.
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are incorrect regarding the transformer?
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are incorrect regarding the transformer?
Correct!
Wrong!

I. Maximum voltage regulation occurs at the leading p.f.
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are correct regarding the transformer?
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are correct regarding the transformer?
Correct!
Wrong!

Mutual flux ______ at the lagging loading and it _____ at the leading power factor.
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Wrong!

Which of the below mentioned losses occur in a transformer?
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1. I. Maximum voltage regulation occurs at the leading p.f.
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are correct regarding the transformer?
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are correct regarding the transformer?
Correct!
Wrong!

The efficiency of a 20 KVA, 2000/200 V, single phase transformer at unity pf is 98%. The the total losses at this condition is
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Wrong!

From the above graph of the core losses per cycle is, the hysteresis losses per phase for a transformer at a operating frequency of 40 Hz is
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Core losses of a transformer as a function of frequency is best approximated by which of the below characteristics?
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The efficiency of a 20 KVA, 2000/200 V, single phase transformer at unity pf is 98%. The given total losses at full load is 200 W. The pu resistance is
Correct!
Wrong!

I. Maximum voltage regulation occurs at the leading p.f.
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are incorrect regarding the transformer?
II. Maximum voltage regulation occurs when load p.f. angle and impedance angle of the leakage impedance are same.
III. V.R. at zero p.f. is always zero.
IV. V.R. of a transformer may be negative at leading p.f.
Which of the statements made here are incorrect regarding the transformer?
Correct!
Wrong!

It is possible to attain maximum efficiency in a transformer when the
Correct!
Wrong!

From the above graph of the core losses per cycle is, the eddy losses per phase for a transformer at a operating frequency of 40 Hz is
Correct!
Wrong!

The efficiency of a transformer can be calculated accurately from
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The full load voltage drop in a 1phase transformer is 2% and 4% respectively due to resistance and leakage reactance. Then the voltage drop is maximum at
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The full load voltage drop in a 1phase transformer is 2% and 4% respectively due to resistance and leakage reactance. Then the voltage drop is zero at
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The load current at which maximum efficiency occurs is independent of the load power factor.
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