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Subject: Re: Deriving H for magnetic cores
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 08:12:14 GMT
Organization: AT&T Broadband
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 08:12:14 GMT
Christopher R. Carlen wrote in part:
> I have just about had it with inconsistent H and B formulas swirling
> around in catalogs and on the net for computing the magnetic field
> strength and flux density in magnetic cores for inductors and
> transformers. They often are shown with poorly explained units, or
> other conditions of applicablity. [...]
When it comes to understanding all things magnetic, the man who can
turn darkness into light and replace cluelessness and confusion with
true comprehension and clarity *and* make it fun and easy ...
The man who can hold an audience rapt with pleasure while making all
the mental light bulbs come on ...
The man who cuts right to the crux of it all and explain in twenty
pages what some dry "expert"/hypnotist can't even do in two hundred ...
That man is Lloyd H. Dixon of TI/Unitrode.
Here is the link to their summary page for analog training:
And here are the links to several of Lloyd's papers on magnetics:
Enjoy! -- analog
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