This feels like a simple question, but my google game is letting me down:
The below flyback transformer has two secondary coils that are meant to be connected in parallel, as per the below image, and a turns ratio of 1:1:1:0.5 (pri:sec:sec:aux). If I link the two coils in parallel, is the turns ratio still 1:1? Has it changed to 1:0.5 as though adding inductors in parallel? Is it 1:2 as though you doubled the output of a single coil? What would happen if I connected them in series instead? I'm new to designing any kind of power supply and am struggling with some of these concepts, although I'm familiar with the general idea of how a flyback converter works.