Autors: Stoyanov, L. S., Bachev, I. E., Petrov, V. E.
Title: Simulation of Transformers’ Characteristics in Laboratory Exercises for Electrical Engineers
Keywords: Transformers, mathematical models, Matlab simulations

Abstract: The paper presents the creation of models of different laboratory works aiming the simulation of transformers’ characteristics. The real experimental benches are represented by mathematical models in Matlab-Simulink environment. The created models are used for simulation of different main characteristics with high importance for the education of electrical specialists and engineers.


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