Fri 8 Nov, 2013 12:59 pm
Hello I am just stuck on a three phase transformer question.
A 5KVA, 3 phase transformer, Y-Y (Star) has a primary line voltage of 500V and secondary line voltage of 200V, supplying to a load of 75 ohm with the line impedance of 40. Calculate the line current in primary
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I am still struggling with it .. I have been given the approximate answer but dont quite get how its been calculated
Can you calculate the secondary current? Since the power (KVA) load in the secondary is the same for the primary, your primary current will vary from the secondary based on the applied voltage. Pri KVA=Sec KVA.