Hello , I have a question , assuming ideal devices here without losses for the sake of simplicity. Imagine I have a circuit like the one attached. Now if I would manage to flip either one of the switches fast enough that the switch is cut off right when the magnetic saturation of the transformer core reaches it's highest point , would the capacitors (either one of them ) get charged? I ask this because as long as I know theoretically assuming no real life losses the back emf induced for a given turn ratio and core material and size transformer should 100% oppose the incoming current so if the current would be turned off when the mag field reaches it's highest point in every cycle (no secondary winding load condition) then shouldn't the transformer impose no load on whatever supplies the primary winding ? And also should the cap's stay uncharged as the field reaching it's maximum and then falling back forming a current in the opposite direction and then the same again.