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theThe transformer uses the shared-flux of the core as a negative feedback mechanism. The primary and secondary fluxes ALMOST perfectly cancel, with the residual called the "Magnetizing flux".

If the magnetizing-flux becomes too small, then more energy is taken from the primary (the energy source) and the core flux is again adequate to produce what the secondary is requiring.

Similarly, if the primary has 100 turns with current Ip, and secondary has 300 turns, then the secondary can delivery only 1/3 of the current before the flux generated by the secondary has balanced out (cancelled) the primary flux.

Again, the transformer core is the summation-mechanism for a negative-feedback regulatory system.

the transformer uses the shared-flux of the core as a negative feedback mechanism. The primary and secondary fluxes ALMOST perfectly cancel, with the residual called the "Magnetizing flux".

If the magnetizing-flux becomes too small, then more energy is taken from the primary (the energy source) and the core flux is again adequate to produce what the secondary is requiring.

Similarly, if the primary has 100 turns with current Ip, and secondary has 300 turns, then the secondary can delivery only 1/3 of the current before the flux generated by the secondary has balanced out (cancelled) the primary flux.

Again, the transformer core is the summation-mechanism for a negative-feedback regulatory system.

The transformer uses the shared-flux of the core as a negative feedback mechanism. The primary and secondary fluxes ALMOST perfectly cancel, with the residual called the "Magnetizing flux".

If the magnetizing-flux becomes too small, then more energy is taken from the primary (the energy source) and the core flux is again adequate to produce what the secondary is requiring.

Similarly, if the primary has 100 turns with current Ip, and secondary has 300 turns, then the secondary can delivery only 1/3 of the current before the flux generated by the secondary has balanced out (cancelled) the primary flux.

Again, the transformer core is the summation-mechanism for a negative-feedback regulatory system.

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the transformer uses the shared-flux of the core as a negative feedback mechanism. The primary and secondary fluxes ALMOST perfectly cancel, with the residual called the "Magnetizing flux".

If the magnetizing-flux becomes too small, then more energy is taken from the primary (the energy source) and the core flux is again adequate to produce what the secondary is requiring.

Similarly, if the primary has 100 turns with current Ip, and secondary has 300 turns, then the secondary can delivery only 1/3 of the current before the flux generated by the secondary has balanced out (cancelled) the primary flux.

Again, the transformer core is the summation-mechanism for a negative-feedback regulatory system.