Nonideal Transformers


A nonideal (or actual) transformer differs from an ideal transformer in that the former has hysteresis and eddy-current (core) losses, and has resistive (i 2 R) losses in its primary and secondary windings. Furthermore, the core of a nonideal transformer is not perfectly permeable, and requires a finite mmf for its magnetization. Also, because of leakage, not all fluxes link with the primary and the secondary windings simultaneously in a nonideal transformer.

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Keywords : Nonideal, Transformer, Operation, Energy, Magnetic, Induction, Transformer, Transformation, Electrical, Electronic
Writer : delon  |
16 Mar 2006 Thr   
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