SCOTT-T CONNECTED TRANSFORMER
Scott-T transformer (also called a Scott Connection) is a type of circuit used to produce two-phase electric power (2 φ, 90 degree phase rotation) from a three-phase (3 φ, 120 degree phase rotation) source, or vice versa. The Scott Connection evenly distributes a balanced load between the three phases.
The Scott-connected Transformers are effective in reducing voltage imbalance on the transmission network.
II. Industrial Furnace
Three-phase power from Electricity Boards / Power Plants is effectively converted by a Scott-connected Transformer to single-phase power, which then used for Traction or Furnace.