An Efficient PC-Based Environment for the Improvement of Magnetic Cores Industrial Process
Distribution transformer losses constitute a significant amount of the total losses in distribution networks. In Greece, for example, it is estimated that transformer iron losses are about 10% of the total distribution network losses . In an industrial environment, dealing with construction of wound core distribution transformers, prediction of iron losses of individual cores is a crucial task, since the latter significantly affect both the quality and the performance of the finally produced three phase transformers. However, there is no simple analytical relationship for estimating iron losses of individual cores, due to the fact that many parameters, both qualitative and quantitative, are involved in the process.
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