Transformers: Design, Manufacturing, and Materials by Bharat Heavy Electrical LimitedTransformers: Design, Manufacturing, and Materials by Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited

Transformers: Design, Manufacturing, and Materials

byBharat Heavy Electrical Limited

Hardcover | November 17, 2004

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This TATA import covers basic fundamentals and design of electrical transformers, including materials, specifications and standards. Designed as a working reference for professional engineers and technicians, it will also appeal to graduate level students and researchers. Written by a team of BEHL’s top power engineers, it details transformer workings from first principles through the latest in computer automation and cutting edge design.
Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHAT) is India’s largest power equipment manufacturer. It has 14 manufacturing units, 4 power sector regional centers, 8 service centers and 18 regional offices, as well as project sites spread across India and the globe.
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Title:Transformers: Design, Manufacturing, and MaterialsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:614 pages, 9.2 × 6.1 × 1.97 inPublished:November 17, 2004Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071447857

ISBN - 13:9780071447850

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Principles of Transformers

Chapter 3: Materials Used in Transformers

Chapter 4: Magnetic Circuits

Chapter 5: Windings and Insulation

Chapter 6: Voltage Regulation and Tapchangers

Chapter 7: Electromagnetic Forces in Power Transformers

Chapter 8: Cooling Arrangements

Chapter 9: Design Procedure

Chapter 10: Structural Design of Transformer Tanks

chapter 11: Transformer Auxiliaries and Oil Preservation Systems

Chapter 12: Manufacturing and Assembly

Chapter 13: Drying and Impregnation

Chapter 14: Testing

Chapter 15: Power Transformer Standards

Chapter 16: Loading and Life Transformers

Chapter 17: Erection and Commissioning

Chapter 18: Transformer Protection

Chapter 19: Reactors

Chapter 20: Traction Transformers

Chapter 21: Rectifier Transformers

Chapter 22: Controller Shunt

Chapter 23: Designing and Manufacturing a Short-Circuit-Proof Transformer

Chapter 24: High Voltage Condenser Bushings

Chapter 25: Computerization

Chapter 26: Condition Monitoring

Chapter 27: Solved Examples

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Review by: S. R. Walk, Maine Maritime For the experienced professional or the new graduate student, this book provides a broad compendium of advanced yet practical knowledge in the art of power transformer design. The individual authors provide clear and concise presentations of electrical and physical design criteria, and advanced techniques for manufacturing, testing, and monitoring. It is impressive that there is ample theoretical background for the reader's better understanding of the many standardized and recommended design calculations. The authors reference all relevant international standards for power transformer materials, design, testing, installation, and monitoring. They are to be commended for discussing various component failure modes and describing maintenance and condition monitoring needs. They address the full range of power transformers, including modern specialty transformers such as rectifier transformers and power reactors. The occasional slip in grammar or word usage is easily forgiven when balanced against the wealth of practical material available in this one volume. Summing Up: Essential. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals.