UNSW Renewables Seminar

On 25th of July, Tortech’s MD; Michael Larkin attended ‘The second panel discussion in UNSW Engineering’s thought leadership series – Engineering the Future”.
The topic of conversation for the evening was to tackle one of the most pressing questions of society today; “Is it too soon to end fossil fuels?”

The following were the panellists for the evening:

  • Justine Järvinen (Moderator) | CEO, UNSW Energy Institute
  • Rosemary Sinclair AM | CEO, Energy Consumers Australia
  • Trevor St Baker | Chair, Sunset Power
  • Scientia Professor Martin A. Green | Scientia Professor, UNSW and Director of the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics
  • Greg Combet | Former member of Parliament and Secretary of Australian Council of Trade Unions

The panellists discussed a future driven by alternative energy sources and debated whether we are finally ready to end our dependence on fossil fuels.

The Series Engineering the Future is a flagship thought leadership series regularly presented by UNSW Engineering with the aim of fostering a creative & focused discussion around issues of global and social relevance.

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Item 1 – Cast Resin type Isolation Transformer

HV Winding 1

LV Winding 1

LV Winding 2

Rated power

kVA

315

1250

1250

Rated voltage

kV

33

0.48

0.48

Frequency

Hz

50

Off circuit tapping links

%

±2.5%, +-5%

Nil

Nil

Connection

Delta

Star

Star

Vector group

Dy11y11

Insulation level (Maximum BIL/AC)

kV

150/70

10/3

10/3

Winding material

Aluminium cast windings in quartz filled self-extinguishing epoxy resin

Aluminium cast windings in quartz filled self-extinguishing epoxy resin

Aluminium cast windings in quartz filled self-extinguishing epoxy resin

Type of winding

Vacuum Resin Cast

Vacuum Resin cast

Vacuum Resin cast

Standard

AS 60076-11, AS 2374

Installation

Indoor

Degree of protection

IP22

Type of cooling

AN/AF

Installation altitude

< 1000 a.m.s.l

Climatic/environmental

And fire behaviour class

E2-C2-F1

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