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A material that is easily magnetized is what?
ferromagnetic

Permanent magnets last forever? true or false? Transformer Principles and Applications WB2
false.

What rule is used to determine the direction of magnetic flux around a conductor? The thumb identifies what? Transformer Principles and Applications WB2
Left hand rule and the thumb identifies north

List the magnetic units of measure that are anologous to voltage, current, and resistance. Transformer Principles and Applications WB3
 voltage: magneto motive force (mmf)
 Current: magnetic flux (theta)
 resistance: reluctance (R)

What term defines the measure of the ability of a material to conduct magnetic flux (current)? Transformer Principles and Applications WB3
Permeability

Is copper a ferromagnetic material, or a material that is easily magnetized? Transformer Principles and Applications WB 3
What materials are ferromagnetic?
No
Iron, nickle, and cobalt

Explain magnetic saturation. Transformer Principles and Applications Transformer Principles and Applications WB PP 3
All magnetic domains in the core allign with the magnetic field. PP8

When a magnetic material reaches saturation are further increases in magnetic flux density possible? Transformer Principles and Applications WB4
No

The graph showing a normal magnetization curve is called what? Transformer Principles and Applications WB4
What do the letters represented in this graph represent?
The knee illustrates what in the graph?
A B/H curve.
 Bflux density
 hfield density
That the field strength no longer has much effect on the magetic flux density

The turns ratio represents what? Transformer Principles and Applications WB 5
The ratio of voltage in the primary to the voltage in the secondary

Transformer loss is due to what? Transformer Principles and Applications WB5
Wire resistance, hysteresis, flux loss, and eddy currents

In a transformer the high and low voltage leads are marked with what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP13
The secondary nuetral is marked with what?
 high voltage H
 Low voltage X
Secondary nuetral X0 (zero)

A transformer is an electric device that uses electromagentism to change voltage from one level to another or to isolate one voltage from another through the process of ______________? Transformer Principles and Applications PP13
mutual induction

The property of a device or circuit that causes it to store energy in an electromagnetic field defines what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
inductance

reactance to oppose a changing current, and abiltity to generate a current are also known as what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP 15
 self induction
 mutual induction

The total power is the same, less, or more, in the primary and the secondary of a transformer? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
This means what in regards to the voltage across primary and secondary?
same, except for some losses in the transformer
That when the voltage is higher in the secondary, the current is proportionally lower in the secondary.

Lenz's law states what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
That induced voltage opposes current changes

The counter voltage limits the circuit current, so the circuit current is determined by the....? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
Represented by what formula?
the impedance and the difference between the source and the counter voltage.

The first 90^{0 }of a cylce is spent doing what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
charging the inductor

When the magnetic field starts to collapse back into the inductor it aids the current provided by the source. Meaning what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP15
The formula for inductive reactance is what?
 That the current lages 90^{0} behind the source. (inductive: Voltage leads Current / ELI) current lags voltage
 X_{L}=2_{pie}FL
 X_{L} in ohms and L is inductance in henrys

The total opposition or impedance to a circuit is calculated using what formula? AC Theory PP 61 Transformer Principles and Applications PP 15
Z= square root of (R^{2}+XL^{2})

Does a coil of wire have more or less impedance than a straight piece of wire? Transformer Principles and Applications PP17
The four factors that determine or control the inductance of a coil are what? using the acronym CoNTroL. Transformer Principles and Applications PP 17
More
 cross secton of the core
 number of turns
 type of the core
 length of the coil

What is the noload current through a primary core? Transformer Principles and Applications PP 17 also known as what? Code Calcs PP295
This has how many components and what are they?
Inrush current can be as much as how many times the primary rated current? (code calcs pp295)
exciting current, or magnetizing current; also known as inrush current
2: true power noload current (in KW) and reactive power that builds the field (in KVAR)
As much as 810 times the rated primary current

The single phase transformer primary and secondary current ratings can be taken form tables or can be calculated using transformer power equations. The equations for single and 3phase are? Code calcs pp 296
 Single phase
 I = (KVA x 1000)/E
 3 phase
 I = (KVA x 1000)/ E x 1.73

What rating is always the same on the primary and secondary side of a transformer? Transformer Principles and Applications PP18
The power rating

What rating of the coil must never be exceeded and why? Transformer Principles and Applications PP18
The voltage rating, because although the turns may be correct, the inductance of the coils is too low to provide required current limits

Define a coil tap. Transfomer Principles and Applications PP19
an extra electrical connection on a transformer that allows a varying number of turns of a coil to be part of the circuit. Usually 2.5 percent per tap

taps are used in the field for the turns ratio of a transformer to be modified to compensate for what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP19
low primary voltage. Usually 2.5 percent per tap

What causes the electrons to travel more toward the outside of the conductor? Transformer Principles and Applications PP 20
higher frequencies. This effect is known as "skin effect"

Eddy currents mean that at higher frequencies than 60HZ, heat produced by eddy currents increases as the ________. Transformer Principles and Applications PP20
square of the frequency. For example: the third harmonic (180Hz) has nine (3^{2}) times the heating effect of the fundamental 60Hz freq.

Hum as a fundamental frequency of what? Transformer Principles and Applications PP 34
Twice the applied frequency.

