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High Frequency Effects In Transformer Windings – (Part 1 – Losses)

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Presented By:
W.G. Hurley
IEEE Fellow, Power Electronics Research Center, National University of Ireland (Galway)
The video titled “High Frequency Effects in Transformer Windings – Part 1” by Professor and IEEE Fellow Dr. Gerald (‘Ger’) Hurley explores core losses and copper losses in high frequency transformers. Factors that influence skin effect, proximity effect, and fringing effect are presented along with optimum winding thickness selection for push-pull applications are discussed towards the end of the video.