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High Frequency Effects In Transformer Windings – (Part 2 – Techniques Used For Minimizing Losses)

Ger Hurley 2
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Presented By:
W.G. Hurley
IEEE Fellow, Power Electronics Research Center, National University of Ireland (Galway)

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Part 2 of the video titled “High Frequency Effects in Transformer Windings – Part 2” by Professor and IEEE Fellow Dr. Gerald (‘Ger’) Hurley provides insight on how losses in high frequency transformers can be minimized through various approaches. These include an in-depth discussion on the role of Litz wire in high frequency magnetic applications, followed by the effect of interleaving. A brief overview of the fringing effect is presented towards the end of the video.