I'm studying LTSpice, and I'm playing in transformer simulation. I want to modelize a real world power line transformer in a reasonable way: I mean I don't need an exact simulation of some specific model, but something reasonably closed to the reality. Let suppose we want to simulate a 12 - 220 v transormer, with some empyrical attempts I ended with this model:
Thats produce the followint simulation ( note I drive from the 12 v side )
Note the 50 Henry inductance on the 220v side: it seems a monster to me, is this value reasonable? Note also the coupling factor is 1, I really suspect this won't happen in reality, which value should I use? Even for the 12 v Side: how is the correct way in determining the correct value ?