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Know about Transformer, Definition of Transformer and Working Principle of Transformer

Hello friends, in today’s post I am going to tell you what is a transformer, and its working principle. So let’s know about transformer, and my name is Rajendra Singh and you are watching iticourse.com so let’s start.

working principle of transformer

Friends, the working principle of a transformer is very simple and easy. In this, mutual self-induction between two or more windings (also known as coils) allows electrical energy to be transferred between circuits. This principle is explained in detail below.

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Transformer Principle:-

Let’s say you have a winding wire (also known as a coil) that is supplied by an alternating power source. The alternating current through the winding produces a continuously changing and alternating current that surrounds the winding. If another winding is brought close to this winding.

So some part of this alternating flux will be connected to the other winding. As this current is constantly changing in its amplitude and direction, there must be a changing current link in the second winding or coil.

definition of transformer

Dosto transformer is a stationary device that transfers electrical energy from one circuit to another through the process of electromagnetic induction. And it is usually used to increase or decrease (‘step down’) the electrical energy between circuits, that is, to increase the voltage level.

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