Diverging Distributed Gap (DDGAP)

Description
The Diverging Distributed Gap (DDGAP) face is a series of laminations with overlapping cuts along one leg of the core, similar to a standard Distributed Gap. However, the cascade of cut faces fans out or diverges to produce a distributed gap face with no two cut faces sitting adjacent to each other between lamination stacks. The corners are selectable between 300 and 450 degree, inner corner radius is adjustable, cut position selectable between side or end cut. All dimensions regarding the overlaps can be automatically calculated by the software, or selectable by the operator. The outer butt section build up is selectable, as is the position of the cut.
 
Application
Transformers greater than 1kVA
 
Features
Traditional distributed gap face, low loss applications.