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## How can hysteresis loss be reduced?

Can You Reduce Hysteresis Loss? The simple answer is that hysteresis loss **cannot be easily reduced by adding some components or adjusting the geometry**. The hysteresis loss in the transformer core is proportional to the area enclosed in the hysteresis window for a given core material.

## How can we reduce eddy current loss?

Eddy current magnitude can be reduced by **designing the core as a set of thin sheets or laminations, in parallel to the magnetic field**. Each sheet must be insulated from its neighbours with a thin coating of varnish or oxide film. By laminating the core, the area of each section and hence the induced EMF is reduced.

## What is the formula for hysteresis loss?

Therefore, Energy consumed per cycle = volume of the right x area of hysteresis loop. The hysteresis loss per second is given by the equation[20**]: Hysteresis loss, Ph= (Bmax)1.6f V joules per second (or) watts**.

## What do u mean by hysteresis loss?

Definition: **The work done by the magnetising force against the internal friction of the molecules of the magnet, produces heat**. This work, done by the magnetising force produces heat; thereby causing wastage of energy in the form of heat is termed as hysteresis loss. …

## How can hysteresis losses be reduced by eddy current?

Due to the constantly changing magnetic fields, there is a loss of current in the core. One easy solution for how to reduce eddy current losses in the transformer is **to make the core by stacking thin sheets together**. This will decrease the eddy current and hence the losses made by it too.