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8. An oil-filled transformer has a c.m.r. of 500 kVA which

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8. An oil-filled transformer has a c.m.r. of 500 kVA which allows it to run continuously in an ambient of 35Â°C with an oil temperature rise of 50Â°C. The transformer has a time constant of 1.5. hours and the ratio of copper losses to iron losses at c.m.r. is 1.5:1. After switch-on, the transformer supplies a load of 600 kVA for one hour and the load then rises to 750 kVA. Calculate the period of time that the transformer can supply this load without exceeding its rated maximum temperature. Sketch the heating curves for the two loads.

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