I am looking into developing a sensor system to be placed within a transformer. This sensor system in theory, should be able to detect any unprecedented change in EMF within the transformer enclosure.
I understand the EMF of a coil of wire is F= Turns*current in the windings.
In theory, a short within the windings would cause, a change in EMF, because the number of turns have changed.
Is this the case?
And would a small circuit being exposed to such high magnetic fields potentially damage the circuit. For the purposes of this question, let us assume the sensor is a small embedded system that is powered by a low-voltage DC battery.