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# SREEKAVITHAENGINEERIG COLLEGE

## III/IV EEE (I Semester)

PARALLEL OPERATION OF TWO SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMERS Aim: - To perform parallel operation of two single phase Apparatus: S.N o. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Meter Voltmeter Ammeter Ammeter Variac Load Range 0-300V 0-20A 0-10A 1-, 260 V/15A 1-, 230V/13A Type MI MI MI Resistiv e Quantity 2 2 2 1 1 transformer & observe the load sharing between them.

## 1- Transformer. 230/230 Volts : Single. 3KVA. 13 Amps.

Circuit Diagram: -

## Theory: Lab In Charge HOD, EEE

SREEKAVITHAENGINEERIG COLLEGE
EEE Department EM-II LAB

## III/IV EEE (I Semester)

In order to operate two or more transformers connected in parallel (on the primary as well as secondary sides) they must satisfy the following conditions: When two transformers are to be operated in parallel the following conditions are to be fulfilled. 1. Their transformation ratios must be equal. 2. The voltage rating of both the transformers must be same. 3. The equivalent impedance of each transformer must be inversely proportional to its current ratings. 4. The ratio of equivalent resistance to equivalent reactance should be same for each transformer. 5. Percentage impedance of the two transformers should be equal. Of these conditions, (1) is easily comprehended; condition (2) is essential. There is some latitude possible with conditions (3) and (4). If condition (3) is not exactly satisfied i.e. the two transformers have slightly different transformation or voltage ratios, even then parallel are possible. But due to inequality of induced e.m.fs in secondaries, there will be even on no-load, some circulating current between them when secondary terminals are connected in parallel. If condition (4) is not exactly satisfied i.e. impedance triangles are not identical in shape and size, parallel operation will still be possible, but the power factors at which the two transformers operate will be different from the power factor of the common load. It should be noted that the impedances of the two transformers may differ in magnitude and in quality. It is worthwhile to distinguish between the percentage and numerical value of impedance. For parallel operation, the regulation must be the same, this condition being enforced by the very fact of their being connected in parallel. It means that the currents carried by the two transformers are proportional to these ratings and their percentage impedances are identical. If the quality of the two percentage impedances is different , then this will result in divergence of phase angle of the two currents, with the result that one transformer will be operating with a higher and the other with a lower power factor than that of the combined load.

## Lab In Charge HOD, EEE

SREEKAVITHAENGINEERIG COLLEGE
EEE Department EM-II LAB

## III/IV EEE (I Semester)

Procedure: 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the two single-phase transformers in parallel as shown in the circuit diagram. Apply the rated voltage on the primary side using 1- variac and note the load readings of all meters. The load on the transformers is increased step by step until the transformers are fully loaded. Measure the readings of meters for each step and tabulate the results. Verify that the readings of the load currents of the two transformers (A & B) are equal or not and plot graphs of I A versus IL & IB versus IL.

Observation: S.No. Primary Voltage Vp Terminal Voltage VT Supply Current IS T/R A Circuit IA T/R B Circuit IA Load Curren t IL

Model Graphs: IL IL

IA

IB

Precautions: 1. Remove the entire load on the transformers before switching off the supply.

## Lab In Charge HOD, EEE

SREEKAVITHAENGINEERIG COLLEGE
EEE Department EM-II LAB

## III/IV EEE (I Semester)

Take care, such that the load current does not exceed the transformers rated current. The condition for parallel operation should be strictly established before transformers are operated Connections should not be loose. Meter Readings should be taken without parallax error.

Result: Performed the parallel operation of two single-phase transformers and verified that the load is equally shared by the transformers.