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Anonymous
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I took my car to my dealer for a regular oil change. The very next week oil was everywhere. I took it back and this was the finding but is not stated on my receipt however I was not charged for the the replacement of oil. However I was told that my transmission cooler line was broke.  My question is - is it possible that the reason for the oil spillage may have been also why the transmission line was broken?

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hinanoureen
School: UCLA

Basically two types of losses occur in real transformer:
1. Copper losses:- when the transformer is loaded, current flows in primary and secondary winding, there is loss of electrical energy because of the resistance of the primary winding, and secondary winding and they are known as variable losses. These losses depend upon the loading conditions of the transformers. Thus, these losses are also recognized as variable losses.

2. Iron losses or core losses:-The losses that occur in the core are recognized as core losses or iron losses. Two types of iron losses are:
Eddy current loss
Hysteresis loss.

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