Identification of the breakdown and analysis of transformer 22/0.4 kV

Martin Brandt, Dagmar Faktorová, Róbert Seewald

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The paper deals with the identification of the breakdown of the transformer withdrawn from operation because of repeated reaction of transformer protections. Successively the transformer was put of operation, removed from the distribution and put to diagnostic measurements. The analysis SFRA contributed to the interturn short circuit.


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