The electrical, mechanical, and physical requirements of oil-immersed single-phase and three-phase converter transformers are specified in this standard. Tests are described and test code defined. Devices such as arc furnace transformers and rectifier transformers for industrial or locomotive applications are not covered.
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HVConv-WGC57.129 - HV Converter TR & Reactors - Req. & Test Code for HVDC Con. Xfmr Working Group
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IEC/IEEE International Standard - Power transformers--Part 57-129: Transformers for HVDC applications
This part of 60076 International Standard specifies requirements of liquid-immersed three-phase and single-phase converter transformers for use in high voltage direct current (HVDC) power transmission systems including back-to-back applications. It applies to transformers having two, three or multiple windings. This document does not apply to converter transformers for industrial applications (see IEC 61378-1 or IEEE Std C57.18.10); converter transformers for traction applications (see IEC 60310).
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IEEE General Requirements and Test Code for Oil Immersed HVDC Converter Transformers
Superseded by IEEE Std C57.129-2007. The electrical, mechanical, and physical requirements of oil-immersed single-phase and three-phase converter transformers are specified in this standard. Tests are described and test code defined. Devices such as arc furnace transformers and rectifier transformers for industrial or locomotive applications are not covered.
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