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aarthivg
aarthivg • Feb 9, 2012

impedance matching

Why there should to be matching impedance between two parallel connected transformer?
If the impedances do not match, they cannot be loaded to their combined kVA rating.
aarthivg
aarthivg • Feb 9, 2012
Praveen-Kumar
If the impedances do not match, they cannot be loaded to their combined kVA rating.
consider two transformers connected in parallel. If there is some problem in any one of the transformer, so removing that transformer, replacing a new transformer with same kva rating.

But the impedence of old and new transformer will be different . Why?
how they solve this problem?
aarthivg
consider two transformers connected in parallel. If there is some problem in any one of the transformer, so removing that transformer, replacing a new transformer with same kva rating.

But the impedence of old and new transformer will be different . Why?
how they solve this problem?
I had studied this before 6 years, so just shared... Guess @godfather is the right person for you to answer this... 😀
aarthivg
aarthivg • Feb 9, 2012
Praveen-Kumar
I had studied this before 6 years, so just shared... Guess @godfather is the right person for you to answer this... 😀
expecting his reply.😏
aarthivg
expecting his reply.😏
I have informed him about this thread... He will be replying today hopefully! 😀

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