Phasor Diagrams for Transformer on Load

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Phasor Diagrams for Transformer on Load
       Consider a transformer supplying the load as shown in the Fig. 1.
Fig. 1
       The various transformer parameters are,
                        R1 = Primary winding resistance
                        X1 = Primary leakage reactance
                        R2 = Secondary winding resistance
                        X2 = Secondary leakage reactance
                         ZL = Load impedance
                         I1= Primary current
                          I2 = Secondary current = IL = Load current 
now                    Ī1 = Īo + Ī2'
where                 Io = No load current 
                           I2'= Load component of current decided by the load
                               = K I2 where K is transformer component
       The primary voltage V1 has now three components,
1. -E1, the induced e.m.f. which opposes V1
2. I1 R1, the drop across the resistance, in phase with I1
3. I1 X1, the drop across the reactance, leading I1 by 90o

       The secondary induced e.m.f. has also three components,
 1. V2, the terminal voltage across the load
2. I2 R2, the drop across the resistance, in phase with I2
3. I2 X2, the drop across the reactance, leading I2 by 90o

       The phasor diagram for the transformer on load depends on the nature of the load power factor. Let us consider the various cases of the load power factor.

1.1 Unity power factor load, cosΦ2 = 1
       As load power factor is unity, the voltage V2 and I2 are in phase. Steps to draw the phasor diagram are,
1. Consider flux Φ as reference
2. E1 lags Φ by 90o. Reverse E1 to get -E1.
3. E1 and E2 are inphase
4. Assume V2 in a particular direction
5. I2 is in phase with V2.
6. Add I2 R2 and I2 X2 to to get E2.
7. Reverse I2 to get I2'.
8. Add Io and I2' to get I1.
9. Add I1 R1 and to -E1 to get V1.
       Angle between V1 and I1 is Φ1 and cosΦ1 is primary power factor. Remember that I1X1 leads I1 direction by 90o and I2 X2 leads I2 by 90o as current through inductance lags voltage across inductance by 90o. The phasor diagram is shown in the Fig.2
Fig. 2  Phasor diagram for unity power factor load

Lagging Power Factor Load, cos Φ2
       As load power factor is lagging cosΦ2, the current I2 lags V2 by angle Φ2. So only changes in drawing the phasor diagram is to draw I2 lagging V2 by Φ2 in step 5 discussed earlier. Accordingly direction of I2 R2, I2 X2, I2', I1, I1 R1 and I1X1 will change. Remember that whatever may be the power factor of load, I2X2 leads I2 by 90o and I1X1 leads I1 by 90o.
       The complete phasor diagram is shown in the Fig. 3.
Fig.  3  Phasor diagram for lagging power factor

Loading Power Factor Load, cos Φ2
       As load power factor is leading, the current I2 leads V2 by angle Φ2. So change is to draw I2 leading Iby angle Φ2. All other steps remain same as before. The complete phasor diagram is shown in the Fig. 4
Fig. 4  Phasor diagram for leading power factor

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  1. Erik said...:

    Very good information!!!! Thank you, Erik Arckens

  1. Pranjal Singh said...:

    Thanks. U're Awesome :)

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