Projects by members > Steve

My Horvath replication project by Steve

<< < (2/14) > >>

sebosfato:
I have found that when designing a transformer for  line power the b max to be used is some smaller than the b max of the material that's because as core saturates also consume power and get hot so they nomaly use 1 tesla or 1.2 depending of the material

Your core has 3/4 inch square crossextional area by 4 inches long is that correct?

Steve:
yes. Thats the size...

sebosfato:
Here is some info about the saturation and what i talk about the distortion of the magnetizing current and waveform

i forgot to remember you about the primary resistance and current that creates a voltage drop and that must be considered as it lowers the effective voltage being applied to the primary

Steve:

--- Quote from: sebosfato on June 20, 2017, 19:35:37 pm ---Here is some info about the saturation and what i talk about the distortion of the magnetizing current and waveform

i forgot to remember you about the primary resistance and current that creates a voltage drop and that must be considered as it lowers the effective voltage being applied to the primary

--- End quote ---

I told you once that i hated transformers, did i?

Yes! Thats the thing. 300v and 22amps must be accepted by the primary.
Thats an easy calculation.
13 ohms must be the resistance of the wire.
But how does that looks like at 10khz in stead of strait DC?

Steve:
And the capacitor in series with the primary also limits the current, is it?
C5


Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

[*] Previous page

Go to full version