This lesson covers the concept of Eddy current loss in transformers. It begins with a discussion on the modeling of practical transformers, highlighting the role of magnetizing current, resistance, and leakage flux. The lesson then delves into the equivalent circuit of a practical transformer, explaining how it can be modeled as an ideal transformer with external parameters. The lesson further explores the concept of Eddy current loss, explaining why it occurs and how it can be reduced. It explains that Eddy current loss occurs due to time-varying flux in the transformer core, and can be reduced by using thin, insulated plates instead of solid iron. The lesson concludes with the goal of finding an approximate expression for Eddy current loss.

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