Improving the Performance of Transformers with Multiphysics Simulation - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on July 15, 2021

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Transformers form an integral part of electrical applications, ranging from cellphone chargers to nationwide power distribution grids. The performance of these devices thus plays an important role in the overall energy efficiency of power transmission and distribution systems. Optimizing their design is equally challenging, as it involves simultaneously addressing several performance aspects, such as load regulation, efficiency, temperature rise, vibrations, and noise. This necessitates a multipronged approach to transformer analysis.

Tune in to this webinar, organized in collaboration with ET Energy World to learn how multiphysics simulation can help improve transformer designs. This webinar includes a live demonstration and will conclude with a Q&A session.

Key Aspects Covered:

  • Multiphysics simulation solutions to challenges in designing transformers
  • Analyzing transformer performance, including how to extract equivalent circuit parameters
  • Computing iron, copper, and carpentry losses as well as assessing temperature rise
  • Modeling transformer cooling through different modes of heat transfer
  • Simulating the effects of electromagnetic forces, thermal stresses, and magnetostriction
  • Examining vibrations and transformer "hum"

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Archived Webinar Details

Speaker

Rahul Bhat
Senior Applications Engineer

Rahul Bhat received his PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, in 2019. His prior industry experience has been in low-voltage switchgears at Larsen & Toubro Limited and in the development of servo control systems at Bhabha Atomic Research Center. His area of interest is low-frequency electromagnetics FEM simulations.