The Optimum Design for Core Section of Power Transformer when Cooling Oil Pans Are Added or Not
In terms of the design of the Core Section, aiming at the half of the core circumcircle, for the case of the Core Section without the Cooling Oil Pan, this paper firstly establishes a non-linear programming model taking the objective function that the geometric cross-sectional area of the column core is the largest. Then, on the basis of analyzing the case of Cross Section with the Cooling Oil Pans another non-linear programming model is estabished to make the geometric cross-sectional area of the core column be the largest and the adjacent area of the two parts divided by the Cooling Oil Pans be equal as much as possible. And, the series of the section and the width and thickness of the silicon steel sheets at all levels are fixed while the effective cross-section of the core column is maximum. At last, to the two instances, this paper analyses the effects of the addition of the Cooling Oil Pans on the design for Cross Section.
S. Zhao et al., "The Optimum Design for Core Section of Power Transformer when Cooling Oil Pans Are Added or Not", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 439-440, pp. 309-314, 2010