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A. Ball H. O. Lorch An improved thermometric method of measuring local power dissipation, J. Sci. , 42: 90–93, 1965. 16. J. J. Dalton J. Liu A. J. Moses D. H. Horrocks A. Basak A virtual instrumentation based magnetic test system. Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, 10: 792–795, 1996. 17. A. J. Moses Classical and practical approaches to electromagnetic field solutions in magnetic devices, Int. J. Appl. Electromagn. , 6: 1–8, 1995. 18. A. J. Moses Factors affecting localised flux and iron loss distribution in laminated cores, J.

J. Mat. , 9: 217–222, 1974. 14. A. J. Moses P. S. Phillips Some effect of stress in Goss-oriented silicon iron, IEEE Trans. , 14: 353–355, 1978. 15. D. A. Ball H. O. Lorch An improved thermometric method of measuring local power dissipation, J. Sci. , 42: 90–93, 1965. 16. J. J. Dalton J. Liu A. J. Moses D. H. Horrocks A. Basak A virtual instrumentation based magnetic test system. Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, 10: 792–795, 1996. 17. A. J. Moses Classical and practical approaches to electromagnetic field solutions in magnetic devices, Int.

Most interest is focused on cores assembled from grain-oriented silicon-iron where the high anisotropy makes the flux remain substantially directed along the rolling direction throughout most of the core volume. Furthermore, the joint areas are of particular interest because in these regions the air gaps, interlaminar flux, and rotational flux can cause high localized losses and are the origin of flux harmonics which can increase the losses in other areas of a core. Consider the basic 3-phase laminated core geometry shown in Fig.

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