According to Faraday's law the net flux in the core of a transformer will induce an EMF in both coils, and that magnetic flux generated by each induced current in the coils (on-load) will oppose any change to the net flux.
So how does this work to stabilize the transformer? Essentially, any change to the net flux will change the induced EMF in both coils by the same amount. I think the point of interest is that if the secondary EMF decreases so will the secondary current (and hence the secondary flux will decrease), but if the primary EMF decrease the primary current will increase, thereby increasing the primary flux (and raising the primary EMF again). Isn't this how a transformer remains stable?
Assuming this is so, my question is why the induced EMF opposes the current in the primary. (This is the supply current, right?) and secondly why doesn't the induced EMF in the primary affect the supply voltage. Thank you