Transformers Magazine Vol. 2, No. 2, 2015
Rotational magnetisation is a phenomenon that occurs locally in the magnetic cores of three-limb transformers. The power loss dissipated under rotational magnetisation can be several times higher than under usual magnetisation conditions as defined by manufacturers of the electrical steels. The phenomena were discovered over 100 years ago and have been studied since, but it is difficult to model it theoretically and apply the knowledge practically in transformer design. This article focuses on the definition and discussion of the phenomenon in...
Hrčak ID: 182784
eng ENGINEERING-ORIENTED BENCHMARKING AND APPLICATION-BASED MAGNETIC MATERIAL MODELING IN TRANSFORMER RESEARCH
Cheng, Zhiguang; Takahashi, Norio; Forghani, Behzad; Wang, Xiaoyan
Journal of Energy Vol. 61, No. 1-4, 2012
The paper highlights the engineering-oriented benchmarking and application-based magnetic material modeling, as two important events in transformer research, reviews the newly extended progress in TEAM (Testing Electromagnetic Analysis Methods) Problem 21 Family, and presents the related benchmarking results.
Hrčak ID: 198944