- T1 is a transformer that I should specify to designer
- LT is a tuning inductance
- T2 is a transformer made with a wire (one winding in primary) passing through different magnetic cores of different devices. Each device has its own number of winding. All devices use a rectifier and a voltage refrence to made a DC voltage source.
Is it correct to simplify the circuit as I did with one transformer passing through the one equivalent magnetic core to provide equivalent DC voltage source?
The second point, is related to the resonant frequency. What is the equivalent impedance seen on the primary side of the transformer T1? Some article simplify the circuit as bellow: Is this correct to consider Lp (primary inductance with secondary open) since the secondary load of T1 is LT with a wire loop. This simplification doesn't take into account leakage inductances.