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Core volume of 1 phase transformer

  1. May 7, 2017 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    The flux density in a single phase core type symmetric(length=breadth=height) transformer is B and flux is Φ. Can we find out the volume of core of transformer if the height of limb is h?

    2. Relevant equations
    Φ = B * Cross sectional area

    3. The attempt at a solution
    Can we say that the volume of core = 4*Cross sectional area*h - Common parts(refer the file uploaded)
     

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  3. May 12, 2017 #2
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  4. May 16, 2017 #3
    if the thread remained unanswered for some more time, will it be deleted?
     
  5. May 19, 2017 #4

    rude man

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    If you will explain what you mean by "limb" that would help. Show a "limb" on your diagram?
    And what is the point of mentioning B or flux???
     
  6. May 19, 2017 #5
    you can refer the below image for reference. I have mentioned flux and flux density because from these two we can find cross sectional area and with the formula i mentioned above we can find the volume of core.

    Is this the right method to get value of volume of core?
     

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  7. May 19, 2017 #6

    rude man

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    B and flux depend on externally applied electrical excitation and have nothing to do with core volume or other geometrical aspects.
     
  8. May 19, 2017 #7
    If we have flux and flux density as the only parameters and we are suppose to find the core volume, will the above method be right?
     
  9. May 21, 2017 #8
    Thanks for the answer.
     
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