Multiple Layer Series Connected Winding Design for Minimum Losses

  title={Multiple Layer Series Connected Winding Design for Minimum Losses},
  author={M. P. Perry},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems},
  • M. P. Perry
  • Published 1979 in IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems
The classical one dimensional magnetic field and eddy current distribution ("proximity effect") within a series connected multiple layer coil is reexamined with regard to power losses withinthe windings. When the lengthand number of layers ina coilare fixed, the power dissipation within each layer can be minimized by choosing a specific radial thickness for each layer. Above or below this thickness, the losses within the winding increase. The conductor thickness which results in minimum… CONTINUE READING
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