WHAT HAPPEN IF TRANSFORMER HAS GIVEN SQUARE WAVE SUPPLY
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Answer / raja
Assume we give square wave of 50 hz supply to txmr .
from 0 to postive maximum and then it will remain in maximum
value and same for negative axis also . since the rate of
rise from 0 to max + value / _value occurs at one instant of
time and not gradual . there will be no emf at secondary
E = 4.44f*flux*turns*sinwt ( w =2pi* freq)- instantaneous
value of secondary emf .
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Answer / pritish
it produces only impulse wave not triangular wave
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Answer / khgyfkt
you will be getting a triangular wave output..
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