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# An 11kV to 415 V transformer has a rating of 100kVA. The winding

An 11kV to 415 V transformer has a rating of 100kVA. The winding resistance and leakage reactance when referred to the secondry are 0.0142 ohms and 0.0569 ohms respectively. Determine the % regulation of the transformer for a 0.8 lagging power factor.

Is it single-phase or 3-phase transformer? Also indicate load at which regulation is to be determined?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi, The transformer is 3 phase "An 11kv to 415v...."
Load for regulation ? Nothing has been omitted from the original question this is all i have. As a load has not been specified i assume the load is the combined resistances of the winding and leakage reactance. Thats my understanding of the question, what do you think ?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks for your help. To be honest i have calculated an entirely differently way and was unable to follow your workings. The good news is i get the same answer so your reply has still helped. Here are my workings.

Let me know what you think.

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There are two ways to calculate regulation.
1) per unit method
2) Conventional method.
Per unit method is straight and chances of committing mistake are rare, In this method, we should know how resistance and reactance are converted in per unit values. Also it avoids the type of connection, that is, whether it is delta or star connected.
Conventional method is lengthy and chances of committing mistake are quite high. That's why I rarely use this method. In this method, we have to use actual values of current etc.

Don't you see that you also have used per unit method?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Not really if i am honest , just happy with an answer, its the last question in a long assignment thats been all maths without much practcal application behind it

I will try to clarify later today.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Now i have to rate you again and pay you a further £11 for an explanation to an answer you have already been paid for ?

I appreciate your help and reckon i paid a fair price for it. May even need your help again at some point and if i do i will pay a fair price again for it

You are most welcome for putting up new questions.