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Don't know.
If you have tables for mains transformer, data are related to specific type of iron laminate sheet.
So you need to find out what type of material is used, and if there is defined specific dimension for transformer for this table.
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Transformer calculator (Public) / Re: Links to calculation pages
« Last post by Silvio Klaic on April 19, 2018, 06:49:56 PM »
Equation is: Power=(With * Height)2
With and height of core cross section are in cm, power is in Watts.
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Transformer calculator (Public) / Is this colculation is correct for transformer ?
« Last post by ahmed115 on April 14, 2018, 08:40:30 PM »
This table for an indian designer and i found it different from all others
I ask if this colculation is correct or no and what is the equation he used to detremine the relation between transformer power and the core cross section area ?
https://gulfupload.com/i/00022/i6v3kkz5fqr0.png
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Transformer calculator (Public) / Re: Links to calculation pages
« Last post by ahmed115 on April 14, 2018, 05:09:34 PM »
Hi
please what is the Equation u use between the output power of the transformer and the cross section area of core ?

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Transformer calculator (Public) / Re: TO DO list
« Last post by Silvio Klaic on December 29, 2017, 01:48:26 PM »
It is alive and I discussing here only about mains transformer design (50/60Hz), not particularly SMPS design.
Main reason is because I didn't work enough with SMPS to need such program to help me.
All programs which I create is to primarily help me in calculations and I publish most of them as free software to help others.

If somebody have knowledge and willing/time to help me I'm open to create calculator for any type of transformer design.
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Transformer calculator (Public) / Re: TO DO list
« Last post by udhay_cit on December 20, 2017, 10:25:22 AM »
Hi, Sorry I'm a late comer for this forum. Even though this forum has minimal discussion page, it is very informative. I don't see any recent activities in this page and don't know this is still alive or not, but I have no idea about what program you are discussing about regarding the SMPS design.
I'm trying to design my very first flyback SMPS design and gathering information related to that. If any such software available to simplify my job, please share with me. For learning, all the design  I have to study and understand by myself, but if I can finish my design with a help of some softwares for the first time only, it will be a motivation for me to move further.

Udhay
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Thank you for your information that took me to read. It was very helpful to me.
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Other (Public) / Re: Pulse charger...
« Last post by Coplan on November 11, 2017, 01:56:24 PM »
Anyway this is idea, after testing and building prototype I’ll post results.
WARNING: Do not attempt to do this at home, this uses live AC current and it can easily kill you!
Remember, I’m trained amateur and I know what I’m doing. ;)

Sounds like a challenge to me.  :) Seriously though, thanks for the infol. I'd love to make my own pulse charger.
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I have a lot of unknown ferrite cores mostly salvaged from radio/TV and other devices.
Main problem with this is to how to win bets with zcode know their permeability for calculating number of turns I need to make choke or transformer.


This is extremely helpful, thanks Silvio.
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Transformer calculator (Public) / Re: Links to calculation pages
« Last post by Silvio Klaic on September 23, 2013, 01:21:21 PM »
Yes, given formula is for steel laminated cores at frequency of 50-60Hz.
If you change frequency or core material, that formula no longer apply.

The best solution is to find detailed specification of core material from manufacturer.
You can also test core to see how it behaves, but that is far more expensive.
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