ch31-p062 - For the step-down transformer, we simply...

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(a) The smallest value of the ratio / s p VV is achieved by using T 2 T 3 as primary and T 1 T 3 as secondary coil: V 13 / V 23 = (800 + 200)/800 = 1.25. (b) The second smallest value of the ratio / s p VV is achieved by using T 1 T 2 as primary and T 2 T 3 as secondary coil: V 23 / V 13 = 800/200 = 4.00. (c) The largest value of the ratio / s p VV is achieved by using T 1 T 2 as primary and T 1 T 3 as secondary coil: V 13 / V 12 = (800 + 200)/200 = 5.00.
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Unformatted text preview: For the step-down transformer, we simply exchange the primary and secondary coils in each of the three cases above. (d) The smallest value of the ratio / s p V V is 1/5.00 = 0.200. (e) The second smallest value of the ratio / s p V V is 1/4.00 = 0.250. (f) The largest value of the ratio / s p V V is 1/1.25 = 0.800. 62. For step-up trasnformer:...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course PHY 2049 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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