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Ferrite

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by alok1982, May 17, 2018 at 3:11 AM.

  1. alok1982

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    Hi!
    1) What advantage I will get with my transformer if I use ferrite material having "High Saturation Flux Density"? Which type of application I can use this type of transformers?
    2) What if the material has "High Permeability"? Which type of application I can use?
    3) What if the material supports "High Impedance"? Which type of application I can use?
    4) What is the effect of "Hysteresis Material Constant"? Which type of application I can use?


    Thanks!
     
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    So, it's correct if ferrite material has high permeability we can get more inductance?
     
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    Yes; But that does not mean you can store more power.
     
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  6. alok1982

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    Thanks Ron for your reply!
    Yes you are correct I can't store more power. It depends on flux density.
    With the increase in flux density permeability also increase. This increase in permeability is achievable in effective flux density. At maximum flux density my core will go in saturation.
    Is I am correct?
     

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