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Contribution to the Study of Losses Generated by Interlaminar Short-Circuits

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5 Author(s)
Jean-Patrick Bielawski$^{1}$ Université Lille Nord de France,, Lille,, France ; St├ęphane Duchesne ; Daniel Roger ; Cristian Demian
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The paper proposes an improved analytical model, valid for a wide frequency range, of interlaminar short-circuits on the edges of the sheets of high power transformers working at 50-60 Hz. This model is able to determine the current flowing in the microscopic interlaminar contacts formed by burrs, in order to estimate the maximum power dissipated in such hot spots. With this theoretical approach, it is also possible to get an interpretation of impedance measurements on a test coil wound around the core, in order to define a new index able to characterize the part of the shearing burrs in the manufacturing factor of large transformer cores. This new index will help the transformer manufacturers to improve their processes.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 4 )