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What is an ideal transformer?



A. Where current in primary coil is equal to current in secondary coil
B. Where PD across primary coil is equal to PD across secondary coil
C. Where power in primary coil is equal to power in secondary coil
D. Where resistnace in primary coil is equal to resistance in secondary coil

This question is part of 12.2 AC Generation
Asked by Gboulton, Last updated: May 21, 2020

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h. George

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H. George, Copywriter, MA in English, California

Answered Apr 13, 2018

An ideal transformer is an imaginary transformer which does not have any loss in it, implies no center losses, copper losses and any losses in the transformer. The productivity of this transformer is considered as 100%.

The model of an ideal transformer is the windings of the transformer that are absolutely inductive, and the core of the transformer is sans loss. There is zero spillage reactance of transformer. As stated earlier, at whatever point a low hesitance core within the windings, more current of transition goes through this center, yet at the same time there is some motion which does not go through the center but rather goes through the induction used as in making the transformer.

 

gboulton

Gboulton

Answered Sep 06, 2017

Where power in primary coil is equal to power in secondary coil
 

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