## What are the losses occur in an inductor?

In addition to copper loss, an iron-core coil (inductor) has two iron losses. These are called HYSTERESIS LOSS and EDDY-CURRENT LOSS.

## How does inductor behave in DC circuit?

So, for a DC source, Current is constant, So Inductor act as short circuit element and for a AC source, Inductor act as a resistor.

**How does an inductor affect DC voltage?**

With a steady state DC current flowing through the inductor and therefore zero induced voltage across it, the inductor acts as a short circuit equal to a piece of wire, or at the very least a very low value resistance.

**How do you calculate inductor loss?**

The power loss of an inductor is defined by the basic formula: PlossInductor = Pcore + Pdcr + Pacr Each component of this formula is discussed below. The core loss can be calculated by entering the K1 co- efficient and the frequency and flux density exponents, which are unique to each core material.

### What is DC resistance of inductor?

DC resistance (DCR) denotes the inductor’s resistance when subjected to signals with frequencies of near 0Hz. DCR value of inductor is normally low. Please note that DC resistance is essential in determining the wire heating loss.

### What happens to inductor in DC?

The inductor works on the principle of changing electric flux. When DC is used in an inductor there will be no change in magnetic flux since DC does not have zero frequency. Therefore, the inductor acts as a short circuit in DC.

**What happens if DC is applied to inductor?**

When DC applied across an inductor, the sudden changes of current produces self inducted EMF in it which opposes it producing cause i.e. change in the current (Len’z law) when flowing through inductors. This opposition (- L (di/dt) will slow down the changes of current in the inductor.

**What happens when inductor is connected to a DC source?**

When DC applied across an inductor, the sudden changes of current produces self inducted EMF in it which opposes it producing cause i.e. change in the current (Len’z law) when flowing through inductors.

## What is the formula of core loss?

Core loss is generated by the changing magnetic ﬂux field within a material, since no magnetic materials exhibit perfectly efficient magnetic response. Core loss density (PL) is a function of half of the AC ﬂux swing (½ B=Bpk) and frequency (f).

## Can an inductor reduce DC voltage?

Yes, the ideal inductor has zero DC resistance. To model a real world inductor, we often add a series resistance, which may sustain a DC voltage drop. There is no way to measure this voltage drop independent of the inductor, however.

**Why inductor is used in DC motor?**

Actually, you’ll often see inductors on motor drive circuits anyway. Even though the motor itself is an inductor, it’s often quite a low inductance, so extra inductance is added to help smooth out any current fluctuations when using PWM drive.

**Does DC have inductance?**

DC has no inductance. An opposing current can exist if the current varies with time. DC does not fluctuate with time. The DC value given in that data is the Insulation resistance.

### What is back EMF in inductor?

Counter-electromotive force (counter EMF, CEMF), also known as back electromotive force (back EMF), is the electromotive force (voltage) that opposes the change in current which induced it. CEMF is the EMF caused by magnetic induction (see Faraday’s law of induction, electromagnetic induction, Lenz’s law).

### What causes core loss?

There are two main causes for the core losses: ohmic or Joule heating generated by the eddy currents, induced in the conductive media by the alternating magnetic field, and the losses caused in the ferromagnetic materials by the cyclic reversal of the magnetization and proportional to the area of the hysteresis loop.

**What is core loss?**

Definition of core loss : energy wasted by hysteresis and eddy currents in a magnetic core (as of an armature or transformer)

**Is back EMF AC or DC?**

The back EMF can not be equal to the applied DC voltage. The motor draws armature current when it drives the mechanical load or even at no load operation. The back EMF (eb) can’t be equal to the applied voltage (V). If Ia is zero, the torue (T= flux*Ia) will be zero and the motor will not produce the torque.

## Does core loss depend on voltage?

Where Kh = Constant which depends on the volume and quality of core material. x = Steinmetz’s constant whose value varies from 1.5 to 2.5. Thus we see that Core Loss depend on Voltage as well as Frequency of Supply.

## How do you calculate core loss?

**How do you reduce core loss?**

Core losses majorly include Hysteresis loss and eddy current loss. Eddy Current loss can be reduced by increasing the number of laminations. The laminations provide small gaps between the plates. As it is easier for magnetic flux to flow through iron than air or oil, stray flux that can cause core losses is minimized.

**Does DC have emf?**

DC electricity produces static electric and magnetic fields, but these fields have very different properties from AC Electric Magnetic Fields (EMF*). For example, because the EMF from AC lines are time varying, they can induce currents and voltages in nearby conductive objects.

### What is back EMF in DC?

When the armature of the DC motor rotates under the influence of driving torque, the armature of the conductors moves through a magnetic field inducing an emf in them. The induced emf is in the opposite direction to the applied voltage and is known as the back emf.

### Does DC current cause induction?

Yes, inductance exist in a DC circuit.

**How to calculate the core loss in a gapped inductor?**

In the proposed method, the core loss in the gapped inductor can be calculated from a new loss map adapted to the gap conditions, which is obtained from the loss map cor- responding to the no-gap conditions. The advantage of this method is that it does not require additional measurements or electromagnetic simulations to complement the loss map.

**Which axis is the iron loss of the gapped inductor?**

The vertical axis is the iron lossP i[W] (and notQ[J/m3]), because the purpose of this paper is the cal- culation of the iron loss of the gapped inductor. As shown in Figs.19(a) and (b), the experimental results and the cal- culation results are in good agreement. The error between the calculated results and the experimental results seems to

## Why windings of gapped inductors are wound avoiding the air gap?

of the two air gap lengths. As discussed in Section 4.4, the windings of the gapped inductors were wound avoiding the air gap, to prevent fringing losses. 5.3Experimental ResultsFigures 19(a) and (b)

## What is the difference between gapless and gapped inductor?

The core used for the gapless inductor is of the same model used for the gapped inductor. 4.5Other Factors A・ecting the Iron LossNon- uniformities of the magnetic ・‘ld in the core resulting from the core shape a・ect the iron loss calculation. Neverthe- less, this e・ect has been neglected in this paper because tak-