What do transformation mean?
To change into something new; To change into something not needing anything extra.
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o change in form, appearance or structure, to change into another substance. In electricity it means to increase or decrease voltage, (by using a transformer)
A transformation is when a figure moves across the x or y axis on a grid.
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A device used to transfer electric energy from one circuit to another, especiallay a pair of multiply wound, inductively coupled wire coils that effect such a transfer with a …change in voltage, current,phase, or other electric characteristic.
Transformers voltage ratings are typically at full load.. For instance, A 24 VAC, 10A transformer will have a terminal voltage of 24 when it is feeding 10 amps to a load. Sin…ce the transformer windings have some resistance, the transformer designer has to wind the transformer to put out more than 24 volts, since some of the voltage will be lost, dropped across the resistance of the secondary windings.. But, according to Ohm's law, the voltage dropped across a resistance is proportional to the current (E=IR). If we take away the 10A load, there is no current, and therefore no winding voltage drop! The excess voltage the designer built in now appears at the terminals. This is the no-load voltage. In my example above, when we remove the 10A load, the output voltage of the transformer might rise to 26.4V. We would say the no-load voltage of that transformer is 26.4V. The ratio of full-load voltage to no-load voltage is called the transformer's "regulation factor". It is calculated as:. (no-load voltage - full-load voltage) / full-load voltage * 100.. Ours is: ((26.4 - 24) / 24) * 100 = 10%.
It means changed or altered
Transformation means something that forms and connects into pledging else or goes through something else
to change in a dramatic way
Just the multiplication of Voltage rating and the current rating... or else, the amount of power it can handle...
CTs are designed to provide a specified maximum output power in volt-amperes (VA). This is what the CT burden is. Another Answer It's necessary to distinguish between th…e load being supplied by the circuit to which the primary winding of an instrument transformer is connected, and the 'load' supplied by that instrument transformer's secondary winding (e.g. a measuring instrument or protective relay). To ensure there is no confusion between the two, we use the term 'burden' rather than 'load' to describe what is connected to the instrument transformer's secondary winding.
This is 3 Nos Two Winding Transformers put together to form of Three Phase transformer, HV is Star Connected & LV is Delta Connected in the LV phase is leading by 30 Degree wi…th respect to HV phase
To transform is to change from one distinct form or shape into another.
In the context of transmission and distribution transformers, ' taps ' are connections made part-way along a high-voltage winding, enabling minor changes in the transformer's …turns ratio to be made, in order to make minor increases or decreases to the secondary voltage to maintain statutory voltage requirements. A ' tap changer ' is the mechanism used to select the appropriate tap settings. Tap changing mechanisms may be 'off load' or 'on load'. Off-load tap changing can only be performed manually with the transformer disconnected and isolated, as they temporarily disconnect the winding during operation. On-load tap changing can be performed with the transformer energised and on load, thanks to a 'make-before-break' switching arrangement that ensures the winding is never disconnected when tap changing takes place. On-load tap changing mechanisms are motor driven, and are controlled automatically (with manual over ride when needed). The tap-changing mechanism is always on the high-voltage side of the transformer, regardless of whether the transformer is step-up or a step-down, because the high-voltage windings carry lower currents, reducing the size of the mechanism's contacts.
When something is transformed, it means that it has been drastically changed. In reference to a person, many things could serve to show that the person has transformed, such a…s a different demeanor, a more peaceful tone of voice, or living a different lifestyle.
The form of a person or thing includes it's appearance, how it functions, what it is made from, whether it is a solid, liquid, or gas, anything about it that is perceived by a…ny of the five senses (sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing). When something is TRANSFORMED, some aspect or aspects are changed. . For example, suppose you knew a very scruffy man who was willing to cooperate with you in illustrating transformation. You would have him shower. Then you would have a professional cut his hair and trim his beard. Finally, you would outfit him in stylish new clothes and shoes. You would have transformed a scruffy man into a very well-dressed and well-groomed man.. Transformation can apply to concrete things like people, houses, and cities. It can also apply to intangible things like moods, mindsets, philosophies. If you give an unhappy, crying child a hug and speak softly to them, you can transform them into a happy, contented child. .
The ' polarity ' of a transformer describes the direction of the secondary voltage with respect to the primary voltage. This depends on the relative directions in which each o…f the windings have been wound. Polarity is a very important factor when two transformers are to be connected in parallel with each other in much the same way as the polarities of two batteries are. To determine the polarity of a transformer, the high- and low-voltage windings are connected in series, and a small voltage is applied to the high-voltage windings. If the voltage then appearing across both windings is greater than the applied voltage, then we describe the transformer as having ' additive ' polarity ; if, on the other hand, the resulting voltage is lower than the applied voltage, then we describe the transformer as having ' subtractive ' polarity . In North America, with the high-voltage windings on the far side of the transformer from the viewer, if the diagonally-opposite terminals both 'go positive' at the same instant then the transformer is 'additive' polarity; if the directly-opposite terminals 'go positive' at the same instant, the transformer is 'subtractive' polarity.