In power engineering, transformers are used to connect the various voltage echelons of the power grid to each other. In transformer stations, electricity from the regional distribution grid with a medium voltage level of 10 to 36 kV is transformed to supply power to low-voltage end customers in the local grid. By carrying out hands-on measurements and fault simulations with the training system, it is possible to gain an understanding of these complex systems in the classroom.
- Transformer equivalent circuit diagram
- Multiphase transformer operating at no-load and short-circuit
- Multiphase transformer with ohmic, inductive and capacitive load
- Parallel operation of multiphase transformers
- Current distribution for different vector groups
- Determining zero impedance
- Investigating the transformation ratio