Updating Table 1–Application characteristics of connections
Working Group Details
- IEEE Power and Energy Society
- Sponsor Committee
- PE/TR - Transformers
- Working Group
PerfCharac-WGC57.105 - Performance Characteristics - Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Dist Systems Working Group
- IEEE Program Manager
- Malia Zaman
- Working Group Chair
- Roger Verdolin
IEEE Guide for Application of Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Electrical Systems
Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.
IEEE Guide for Application of Transformer Connections in Three-Phase Distribution Systems
The characteristics of the various transformer connections and possible operating problems under normal or abnormal conditions are treated for three-phase distribution systems. These systems are characterized by primary voltages up to and including 34.5 kV, usually have a preponderance of connected transformers with low-voltage windings below 1000 V, and furnish electric service to consumers. All combinations of Delta and Y, grounded and ungrounded, T connected, zigzag, and certain special connections are considered. Only two-winding transformers are included. Phasing procedures and loading practices are not covered.