Applications of High Frequency Magnetic Components for Switching Resonant Mode Power Supply
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This paper presents the results of investigations on three types of high frequency transformers with different magnetic and winding configurations ௲ the switching resonant mode power supply. The experimental results demonstrate the characteristics of self inductance and voltage ratio versus frequency. The magnetic flux and eddycurrent distributions of Pot core, Planar core and Multi-element core transformers are calculated by a CAD/CAE software package eh employs boundary element method technique. Both experimental and computer modelling results are used for optimum design of high frequency transformers and minimising the copper losses in transformer windings.
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, 1996
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