Know Everything About The Core Loss Of A Transformer

step-down-transformersLosses are the part of all electrical equipment because no equipment is made to provide 100% power output. In other words there is no device having zero loss and is operated electrically. There are always some of the fixed losses and some variable losses. Trutech Products is the highly reputed Transformer Manufacturers in the global market area known for delivering quality and excellence on one platter. We own a manufacturing unit that is equipped with the best technological machineries to engineer superior quality products and solutions.

Various types of losses occur while the application use of the device like core loss, copper loss, load loss, and dielectric loss. Core loss is constant throughout the life of the device and is classified in two parts.

  • Hysteresis Loss – There is an expenditure of energy in the process of magnetization of ferromagnetic substances throughout the cycle. It is not recoverable and it occurs in the form of the heat. The computation of the loss is based on the experimental studies and there is a scientific formula to express it.
  • Eddy Current Loss – The production of circulating currents in the core of the transformer causes when the magnetic core flux varies at its place with respect to the time. The voltage induced in the process encloses all the paths with the flux, which is known as the eddy current.

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