Three Dimensional Graph showing relationship between instantaneous power dissipation per unit length of conductor cable with fixed cross-sectional area, diameter of each wire strand comprising the cable, and instant of time within the periodic waveform of a current having 150 ampere peaks, and 75 ampere average.
Graphical relationship of average power dissipation per transformer winding as a function of wire strand diameter for a fixed conductor cross-section of Litz wire.
A magnet wire conducts a current waveshape with high harmonic content, with a snapshot at where the current rapidly increases from 75 to 150 amperes, and four images in this illustration display power dissipation verses time at top left, instantaneous power dissipation distribution across wire cross-section on top right, current verses time on bottom left, instantaneous current distribution of wire cross-section on bottom right.
A magnet wire conducts a current waveshape with high harmonic content, with a snapshot at where the current has just settle at 150 amperes after rapidly increasing from 75 amperes, and four images in this illustration display power dissipation verses time at top left, instantaneous power dissipation distribution across wire cross-section on top right, current verses time on bottom left, instantaneous current distribution of wire cross-section on bottom right.
A magnet wire conducts a current waveshape with high harmonic content, with a snapshot at where the current rapidly decreases from 150 to 75 amperes, and four images in this illustration display power dissipation verses time at top left, instantaneous power dissipation distribution across wire cross-section on top right, current verses time on bottom left, instantaneous current distribution of wire cross-section on bottom right.
A magnet wire conducts a current waveshape with high harmonic content, with a snapshot at where the current has just settled at 75 amperes after rapidly decreasing from 150 amperes, and four images in this illustration display power dissipation verses time at top left, instantaneous power dissipation distribution across wire cross-section on top right, current verses time on bottom left, instantaneous current distribution of wire cross-section on bottom right.
Signal Flow Diagram showing feedback and control networks of two power modules in parallel operation delivering regulated voltage output.
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