THE EFFECT OF THE ACTIVE RESISTANCE OF THE PULSE TRANSFORMER WINDINGS ON THE PARAMETERS OF VOLTAGE PULSES GENERATED ON A CAPACITIVE LOAD
Keywords:pulse transformer, capacitive load, winding active resistance, test voltage pulse, electrical insulation test
AbstractGoal. Analysis of the influence of the active resistance of the primary and secondary windings of a pulse transformer on the voltage at the load capacitance based on the developed methodology for the analysis of transients caused by the discharge of the storage capacitance in the primary winding. Methodology. A model for calculating transients is developed using the Laplace transform. Transient modeling is carried out in the MATLAB software package. The results of transient calculations are compared with experimental results. Results. A method for calculating transients in test installations with pulse transformers has been developed, which allows taking into account the effect of power losses in the primary and secondary windings on the voltage at the load capacitance. The calculated relations are obtained, allowing to take into account the influence of the active resistance of the primary and secondary windings of the transformer on the voltage at the load capacitance, the currents in the primary and secondary windings of the transformer, as well as on the voltage drop on the inductance of the primary winding of the transformer. Scientific novelty. A mathematical model is developed for calculating transients in the primary and secondary windings of a pulse transformer, taking into account the influence of the active resistance of the windings when it changes over a wide range of possible values. Practical value. Using the proposed technique, it is possible to determine the parameters of the discharge circuit at which test voltage pulses are formed on the load capacitance without distorting the shape of the pulse front.
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