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Transformer Oil Air Cooler
Transformer oil air cooler is a cooling system for transformers. In a transformer, an electric current passes through the coils and generates a magnetic field, which results in heat being generated during the operation of the transformer. In order to maintain the normal operating temperature of the transformer, an effective cooling system is required to dissipate this heat.
Conventional transformer cooling systems usually use oil cooling. Transformer oil is an insulating oil that is used both to insulate electrical equipment and to cool it. When the transformer is in operation, the oil absorbs heat from the transformer's coils and core and carries it to the top of the tank. The oil then passes through a radiator, known as an oil-air cooler, which dissipates the heat into the surrounding air by natural convection of wind or with the assistance of a fan.
The design of an oil air cooler usually includes a series of metal fins that have a large surface area to accelerate heat dissipation. In some large transformers, fans are also used to increase cooling efficiency. The fan ensures proper operation and protection of the transformer by controlling the temperature of the transformer oil.
Oil-air coolers offer a number of advantages over other cooling systems, including high efficiency and relatively simple maintenance. However, depending on the power of the transformer and the application scenario, other types of cooling systems such as water coolers or forced air coolers may be chosen. These choices can be influenced by the size of the transformer, environmental conditions and performance requirements. Therefore, several factors need to be considered when designing and selecting a transformer cooling system.
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