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Cloth-Transformer with Divided Windings and Tension Annealed Amorphous Wire

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Magnetic devices with a cloth structure have a plain shape, large inductance value and large current capacity. By introducing the idea of divided windings, we realized a cloth-transfer which has an arbitrary winding ratio and small stray capacitance between the windings. In order to improve the characteristics of the device, we tried to use both annealed amorphous wire and thinner wire in the device core. The permeability of the amorphous wire is controlled by the tension during annealing. It was suggested that improvement of the frequency characteristics can be achieved by decreasing the wire diameter.

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Magnetics in Japan, IEEE Translation Journal on  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 1989

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