I'm trying to figure out the effect of adding inductance to a push pull topolgy but there are many parameters and I got confused.
First of all, considering the previous basic circuit, What limits the current when one of the mosfets is one? Isn't it the inductance and the resistance (though the reistance is very small ) of the primary winding ? so what bother if I added another inductance (I mean the inductive resistor at the bottom) to the path?
And would it change anything if I put this inductive resistor at the high side (regarding the switching speed of mosfets)?
Can't this inductance acts somehow as a lowpass filter and filters some of the high frequency components of the PWM singal (which is 10 Khz sine pwm)? and if yes, wouldn't that be a good thing for the 50 hz transformer?
I asked this question becuase of the answers of my other question about the very low value resistor and some mentioned that my resistor is inductive and can cause issues in switching circuits so I wanted to know its effect on my particualr application and it seemed to my little knowledgement of electronics that it has advantages not the opposite (electronics is really too tricky to me).