# Mathematics Regarding Transformers in Series?

Is there a way to mathematically express transformers in series? I'm curious if I can use the transformer equation to express this, but I'm not sure how to handle it. Would it be as simple as, say, treating the n transformers in series as just one transformer like: $$\frac{V_{P0}+...+V_{Pn}}{V_{S0}+...+V_{Sn}}=\frac{T_{P0}+...+T_{Pn}}{T_{S0}+...+T_{Sn}}$$

Where V is voltage, the subscripts p and s are primary and secondary, and T are turns of a winding.

• My advice to you is not to accept answers without giving other people a chance to contribute or you may likely get steered in the wrong direction. Wait at least a day then review. Both your recent questions on transformers have had answers accepted by you that are wrong. Now that's not your fault so, take my advice and wait a while. The other problem with accepting answers too quickly is that there is less likelihood that someone will bother looking at that question because they see it as "already answered".... Jan 18, 2016 at 10:06
• ...This means there is less chance for someone like me coming along and trying to fix the situation. Jan 18, 2016 at 10:07