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10.0 points
A transformer has input voltage and current
of 14 V and 2 A respectively, and an output
current of 0
.
6 A.
If there are 1325 turns turns on the sec
ondary side of the transformer, how many
turns are on the primary side?
Correct answer: 397
.
5 turns.
Explanation:
Let :
n
s
= 1325 turns
,
I
p
= 2 A
,
and
I
s
= 0
.
6 A
.
Energy is conserved, so
P
p
=
P
s
I
p
V
p
=
I
s
V
s
V
p
V
s
=
I
s
I
s
For the transformer
V
∝
n
n
p
n
s
=
V
p
V
s
=
I
s
I
p
n
=
n
s
I
s
I
p
= (1325 turns)
0
.
6 A
2 A
=
397
.
5 turns
.
002
10.0 points
An ideal transformer shown in the figure
below has a primary with 45 turns and sec
ondary with 18 turns.
The load resistor is 34 Ω.
The source voltage is 89
.
5 V
rms
.
89
.
5 V
rms
R
S
45 turns
18 turns
34 Ω
If a voltmeter across the load measures
11
.
6 V
rms
, what is the source resistance
R
S
?
Correct answer: 443
.
319 Ω.
Explanation:
Let :
R
S
= Source Resistor
,
R
L
= 34 Ω
,
N
1
= 45 turns
,
N
2
= 18 turns
,
N
1
N
2
=
5
2
,
and
E
= 89
.
5 V
rms
.
The rms voltage across the transformer pri
mary is
V
1
=
N
1
N
2
V
2
,
(1)
using
V
1
from Eq. 1, the source voltage is
V
S
=
V
R
S
+
V
1
=
I
1
R
S
+
N
1
N
2
V
2
.
(2)
The secondary current is
I
2
=
V
2
R
L
.
(3)
The primary current, in terms of the sec
ondary current, is given by
I
1
=
I
2
N
2
N
1
.
(4)
Substituting the expression for
I
2
from Eq.
3 into the expression for
I
1
from Eq. 4, we
obtain
I
1
=
V
2
R
L
N
2
N
1
.
(5)
Substituting the expression
I
1
from Eq. 5 into
the the expression for
V
S
from Eq. 2, we obtain
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 Turner
 Current, Work, Alternating Current, Trigraph, Inductor, Electrical resistance

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