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PrefaceThis is the fifth edition of CSA C88, Power transformers and reactors. It supersedes the previous editions published in 1991, 1979, 1968, and 1947. This Standard is written in reference to two winding transformers, although many requirements are common to multi-winding transformers, autotransformers, load-tap-changing transformers, shunt reactors, and series-voltage regulators. Where there are special requirements for these other transformers, there are clauses in the Standard specifically addressed to these other types of transformers. In addition to general updating, this edition of the Standard includes the following key revisions: a) Reference publications and definitions have been expanded and updated. b) A cold start procedure has been included (see Clause 4.6) with informative background material in Annex A. c) Insulating liquid with a fire point greater than 300 °C has been included (see Clause 6.2.1). d) Limits of temperature rise with respect to internal hot spot have been revised (see Clause 9.2d)). e) Requirements for stabilizing windings have been revised (see Clause 12.3). f) A new clause on gasket materials has been included (see Clause 15.1.27). g) Requirements for control cabinets have been expanded (see Clause 15.1.22). h) Several tests have been revised including
- i) induced potential test (see Clause 16.3.3); ii) lightning impulse tests (see Clause 16.3.4); iii) switching impulse tests (see Clause 16.3.5); and iv) loss and impedance tests (see Clause 16.4).