I'm looking to calculate the voltage u(t) over L2 in this circuit however have run into some problem determining the current going into the transformer.
I know io and the relation N1/N2 and are using the impedance method.
My idea was to simplify the circuit by representing C1, L1 and R1 with only one impedance in parallel with io. Same thing for the right hand side. Finally I would calculate the current I1 going into the transformer using current branching.
Now to the question. Is it possible to use current branching in this case?
From what I have learnt, since the transformer is ideal, the winding inductances of the transformer are infinite. Would not this however make the current going into the transformer 0 according to current branching?
This is schoolwork. no solutions please, just a push in the right direction :).