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## Main Question or Discussion Point

dear all,

When loading the secondary winding of a transformer, my textbook gives the following relationships:

[tex]\frac{V_{sec}}{V_{pri}}=\frac{N_{sec}}{N_{pri}}\\[/tex]

and

[tex]\frac{I_{sec}}{I_{pri}}=\frac{N_{sec}}{N_{pri}}\\[/tex]

Do these relationships hold also when the diameter of the windings are different?

I suspect they don´t...If they do not, are there any other relationships I can use to calculate I and V in the secondary winding?

regards

t.

When loading the secondary winding of a transformer, my textbook gives the following relationships:

[tex]\frac{V_{sec}}{V_{pri}}=\frac{N_{sec}}{N_{pri}}\\[/tex]

and

[tex]\frac{I_{sec}}{I_{pri}}=\frac{N_{sec}}{N_{pri}}\\[/tex]

Do these relationships hold also when the diameter of the windings are different?

I suspect they don´t...If they do not, are there any other relationships I can use to calculate I and V in the secondary winding?

regards

t.