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8) Since long time I search about formulas used in winding a new transformer such that determining core area, primary and secondary number of turns and wire diameter etec
Please if you Know them tell me.
thanks
WALID

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Hi everybody
May i kno if we get sqare wave input to transformer why does it  give at o/p ; a squrewave  or  pulses like derivative of square? According to theory the o/p emf shud generate only by d/dt  of  i/p  flux.  And in squ-wave input is constant  except the edges of square wave. So there shud not be any o/o emf  for this constant voltage part of squ-wave.
Aakaash

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modified by correcting spelling mistakes
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Hi everybody
May i kno if we give sqare wave input to transformer what  does it  give at o/p ; a squrewave  or  pulses (like derivative of square)?  According to theory the o/p emf shud generate only by d/dt of  i/p  flux.  And in squ-wave input is constant  except the edges of square wave. So there shud not be any o/p emf  for this constant voltage part of i/p squ-wave. Then how come we get a squ-wave o/p?
Aakaash

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Hi aakaash,

Why would I read it to get your specs right, its much better that you read it and understand it! I provide you with information; do you want me to do your work too?

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