I know that the output voltage and current of an ideal transformer depends on the number of wounding of the coils. It means that no matter how many resistors I put in a series in my secondary loop, the current would not change and it depends only on N (Number of turns in coil).
I have been thought that resistors define the current that flow through them and it is hard to look at the current independent of the load.
Could someone explain the physics behind
So is it safe to assume that the current in secondary coil acts as an ideal current source because if I know the source current I can get the secondary loop current no matter what the load of the secondary circuit is