Manoucher Takrimi authored an article on the eddy current losses in Magnetic Resonance in Medince. The article is visible in the offical web page. In this research, a novel method is introduced to enhance the performance of gradient array coils used in medical imaging. The approach relies on a computational electromagnetic strategy to estimate and control power losses within the cryostat, the component that houses the coil. Compared to existing methods, the new approach results in a remarkable 280% reduction in eddy power loss. The advantages are manifold: firstly, it tackles power losses within the entire cryostat body rather than just its inner surface close to the coils; secondly, it speeds up the tuning of the array coil and accurately predicts power losses or stored magnetic energies; thirdly, its accuracy matches that of commercial software; and finally, it is adaptable to array coils of any shape or even traditional coils, extending its applicability across various imaging scenarios. In simpler terms, this research provides a more efficient and versatile method to optimize the performance of medical imaging equipment, reducing energy loss and enhancing imaging quality.