This lesson covers the concept of efficiency in electrical transformers. It explains how to estimate the efficiency of a transformer by defining a degree of loading factor. The lesson discusses the two main losses in a transformer: the core loss and the copper loss. The lesson further elaborates on how to calculate the efficiency of a transformer at any degree of loading and at a given power factor of the load. It concludes by discussing how to determine the degree of loading at which the efficiency of a transformer will be maximum.

The efficiency of a transformer can be estimated by defining a degree of loading factor.

The two main losses in a transformer are the core loss and the copper loss.

The efficiency of a transformer can be calculated at any degree of loading and at a given power factor of the load.

The degree of loading at which the efficiency of a transformer will be maximum can be determined by differentiating the efficiency expression with respect to X and setting it to 0.

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