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```How to Calculate/Find the Rating of Transformer in kVA (Single Phase and
Three Phase)?
We know that, Transformer always rated in kVA. Below are the two simple formulas
to find the rating of Single phase and Three phase Transformers.
Find Rating of Single Phase Transformer
Rating of Single Phase Transformer:
P = V x I.
Rating of a single phase transformer in kVA
kVA= (V x I) / 1000
Rating of a Three Phase Transformer
Rating of a Three Phase Transformer:
P = √3. V x I
Rating of a Three phase transformer in kVA
kVA = (√3. V x I) /1000
But Wait, A question is raised here… Look at the General nameplate rating of a
100kVAtransformer.
Did you notice something????Anyway, I don’t care what is your answer
lets me try to explain.
Here is the rating of Transformer is 100kVA.
But Primary Voltages or High Voltages (H.V) is 11000 V = 11kV.
And Primary Current on High Voltage side is 5.25 Amperes.
Also Secondary voltages or Low Voltages (L.V) is 415 Volts
And Secondary Current (Current on Low voltages side) is 139.1 Amperes.
In simple words,
Transformer rating in kVA = 100 kVA
but
Primary Voltages = 11000 = 11kV
Primary Current = 5.25 A
Secondary Voltages = 415V
Secondary Current = 139.1 Amperes.
Now calculate for the rating of transformer according to
P=V x I (Primary voltage x primary current)
P = 11000V x 5.25A = 57,750 VA = 57.75kVA
Or P = V x I (Secondary voltages x Secondary Current)
P= 415V x 139.1A = 57,726 VA = 57.72kVA
Once again, we noticed that the rating of Transformer (on Nameplate) is 100kVA but
according to calculation…it comes about 57kVA…
The difference comes due to ignorance of that we used single phase formula instead
of three phase formula.
Now try with this formula
P = √3 x V x I
P=√3 Vx I (Primary voltage x primary current)
P =√3 x 11000V x 5.25A = 1.732 x 11000V x 5.25A = 100,025 VA = 100kVA
Or P = √3 x V x I (Secondary voltages x Secondary Current)
P= √3 x 415V x 139.1A = 1.732 x 415V x 139.1A= 99,985 VA = 99.98kVA
Consider the (next) following example.
Voltage (Line to line) = 208 V.
Current (Line Current) = 139 A
Now rating of the three phase transformer
P = √3 x V x I
P = √3 x 208 x 139A = 1.732 x 208 x 139
P = 50077 VA = 50kVA
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