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E-lesson: Transformer Testing Course – E-LESSON #4 – Short-circuit impedance and load loss measurement

Course: Intermediate level

Attend and learn about relevant standards, test and evaluation methods, and requirements for test equipment of short-circuit impedance and load loss measurement of power transformers.

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Short-circuit impedance and load loss measurement is a mandatory part of every transformer factory acceptance test. These are very important and guaranteed parameters of the transformer, thus their correct and accurate measurement is essential.

In the fourth lesson of the Transformer Testing Course, you can learn about the basics and techniques of these tests with the usual detailed explanations.


Keywords: Power Transformers, Transformer Testing, Short-circuit impedance, Load loss, Measurement


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Balazs Sztari

Balázs Sztari is the head of Testing and Quality Control department at CG Electric Systems Hungary (formerly Ganz).

He joined the company in 1999 after he graduated as electrical engineer in Budapest. Beside of factory acceptance tests, his team performs commissioning, diagnostics and R&D tests on power transformers and rotating machines.

He is currently a member of Cigre A2.53 working group.

Balazs Sztari

CG Electric Systems Hungary

Balázs Sztari

CG Electric Systems Hungary

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