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Mar 15, 2016 - 12:56 AM
How can we tell that the neutral point would be grounded if we do that way
Check this link: https://electricalnotes.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/types-of-neutral-earthing-in-power-distribution/
Sorry if I'm asking too many questions.The question i asked was how do you confirm the neutral point is grounded , there are benefits of neutral grounding ,i agree, but placing a ground at the winding can ground any point on the winding.
I belive, that pin at star winding is connected to neutral. In other cases, it may cause short circuit! For example, try to make simply circuit with transformer D-Yn winding and overhead-line on the Yn side (secondary). Than you can simulate one phase to ground fault in the end of line. I think, that results from this simulation are correct.
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