Inductors combining ring cores and I cores

@article{Bossche2005InductorsCR,
  title={Inductors combining ring cores and I cores},
  author={A. P. Van den Bossche and D. M. Van de Sype and Yuanfeng Gao},
  journal={2005 European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications},
  year={2005},
  pages={8 pp.-P.8}
}
Inductors are usually realized with E, I cores and C core types. Some other construction types are also possible, using a combination of I cores and ring cores and cut ring cores. We designate them as OI, CIC, 41 and 61 (hexagonal) cores. We compare their weight for a given copper loss and a given reactive power. To check the design a hexagonal core was constructed 

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