# Solution: Calculate the resistance of the secondary winding

(Last Updated On: January 29, 2024)

#### Problem Statement: Electrical Engineering Professional Subjects

Electrical Machines: Transformers Problem Solving

A certain transformer has a ratio of 8:1. The primary winding resistance is 0.00283 Ω and has 1,165 more turns than the secondary winding. If the copper loss in the primary is 20% less than the secondary, calculate the resistance of the secondary winding.

A. 5.53 x 10-5 ohm

B. 2.56 x 10-4 ohm

C. 6.78 x 10-7 ohm

D. 4.18 x 10-5 ohm

The resistance of the secondary winding of the transformer is equal to 5.53 x 10-5 ohm.

View Solution:

Subscribe To Unlock The Content! and Remove Ads.

More Questions in: Transformers Problem

### Online Question and Answer in Transformers Series | REE Board Exam

P inoyBIX educates thousands of reviewers and students a day in preparation for their board examinations. Also provides professionals with materials for their lectures and practice exams. Help me go forward with the same spirit.

“Will you subscribe today via YOUTUBE?”

Subscribe

• Full Content Access Exclusive to Premium members

## PINOYBIX FREEBIES FOR PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP:

• CIVIL ENGINEERING REVIEWER
• CIVIL SERVICE EXAM REVIEWER
• CRIMINOLOGY REVIEWER
• ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING REVIEWER (ECE/ECT)
• ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & RME REVIEWER
• FIRE OFFICER EXAMINATION REVIEWER
• LET REVIEWER
• MASTER PLUMBER REVIEWER
• MECHANICAL ENGINEERING REVIEWER
• NAPOLCOM REVIEWER

## FOR A LIMITED TIME

If you subscribe for PREMIUM today!