ren_zokuken01 1 Posted December 12, 2014 Report Share Posted December 12, 2014 ok, so we're familiar with a transformer where the AC primary winding induces a magnetic flux in the transformer core which in turn creates a voltage difference and current in the secondary winding.now, i realize this may be a VERY dumb question, but what if we have 2 different AC voltages in the primary and secondary winding. what i mean is that the primary does not induce the secondary voltage and current, but secondary has it's own voltage and current through it. would the core have a sum magnetic flux of the 2 (would work this out in calculus, but as for the physics part, i only know high school level). so would it then create a sum voltage potential?? if we were to put a 3rd winding, would it capture the voltage difference and have current through it?? Quote Link to post Share on other sites

Guest Jaxelo Posted December 12, 2014 Report Share Posted December 12, 2014 The magnetic flux will be a sum of the 2 partial fluxes but will in turn effect the voltage across the winding so calculating the voltage of any windings on this core will not be easy from my understanding - you could simulate it or simply do some calculations - I don't know how you would do the latter, though. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

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