rvc
  • rvc
What is hysteresis loss? Define retentively and coactivity.
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rvc
  • rvc
i dont know what those terms are :(
radar
  • radar
Look up transformer core losses.

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rvc
  • rvc
hmm.... can anyone give me a link to refer these
radar
  • radar
This may be a good place to start your research. http://www.electrical4u.com/hysteresis-eddy-current-iron-or-core-losses-and-copper-loss-in-transformer/
radar
  • radar
The term "retentivity" is a term to describe the ability to retain magnetism in iron. Use the Google search engine and I believe you can get a fairly good understanding of the terms. I am not sure, but I would guess you are presently studying magnetic effect in cores of transformers, inductors etc. Good luck with your studies.

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