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A transformer is a passive electrical device that transfers electrical energy between two or more circuits. A varying current in one coil of the transformer produces a varying magnetic flux, which, in turn, induces a varying electromotive force across a second coil wound around the same core.
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Working Principle of Transformer (3D Animation )

In this video in very effective way the working principle of transformer is explained with the help of 3D computer graphics. It is short animation clip of 8 minutes will give you complete description of principle and construction of electrical transformer.

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How does a Transformer work ? | working principle of transformer | Transformer working animation HD

This video gives a detailed animated illustration on the working of electrical Transformers. Here the basic working principle and construction of transformer, step-up transformer, step-down transformer, transformer winding and core construction are well illustrated.

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Transformer | Principle, Construction, Working and Efficiency | Physics4students

A transformer consists of primary and secondary coils insulated from each other, wound on a soft iron core. To minimise eddy currents a laminated iron core is used. The a.c. input is applied across the primary coil. The continuously varying current in the primary coil produces a varying magnetic flux in the primary coil, which in turn produces a varying magnetic flux in the secondary. Hence, an induced emf is produced across the secondary.

Principle of transformers:

Transformer is an electrical device used for converting low alternating voltage into high alternating voltage and vice versa. It transfers electric power from one circuit to another. The transformer is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction.


Efficiency of a transformer

Efficiency of a transformer is defined as the ratio of output power to the input power.The efficiency ?(Eta)is equal to one. (ie. 100%), only for an ideal transformer where there is no power loss. But practically there are numerous factors leading to energy loss in a transformer and hence the efficiency is always less than one.
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This video gives a detailed animated illustration on the working of electrical Transformers. Here the basic working principle and construction of transformer, step-up transformer, step-down transformer, transformer winding and core construction are well illustrated.

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Electrical Transformer Working Principle (How Transformers Work)

The working principle of electrical transformers is relatively simple once you know about some fundamental electrical engineering principles. These are ohm’s law, mutual inductance and Faraday's law (electromagnetic induction).

Current flowing through a conductor creates a magnetic field around that conductor. Direct current will create a fixed magnetic field. Alternating current will create a varying magnetic field i.e. one that grows and collapses depending upon the amount of current flowing through the conductor. The strength of the magnetic field depends upon the amount of current flowing within the conductor.

If another conductor is placed within a fixed/static magnetic field, nothing will happen. However, if this conductor is placed within a varying magnetic field, voltage will be induced in that conductor.

Let’s imagine that conductor A, has alternating current flowing through it. Another conductor, conductor B, is placed next to conductor A. Voltage will be induced in conductor B because it is within the varying magnetic field created by conductor A. But, not much voltage will be induced because only a small amount of conductor is within the field. By wrapping each conductor into the shape of a coil (solenoid), we can create a much stronger magnetic field with conductor A and induce much more voltage in conductor B.

When referring to transformers, we call these two coils ‘windings’. The process by which voltage is induced in conductor B is known as ‘mutual inductance’. It is possible to wrap one coil around the other in order to maximise the amount of voltage induced from one coil to the other. By using a laminate steel block, we can guide the magnetic field in order to further increase the amount of induced voltage.

The really interesting part is that if we have more windings on the secondary coil (output coil), compared to the primary coil (input coil), we will increase the voltage proportionally! For example, if the secondary coil has twice as many turns (loops) as the primary coil, the output voltage will be double that of the input voltage! In this case, this is called a ‘step-up’ transformer because we are stepping-up (increasing) the voltage. If we have a secondary coil with half as many turns as the primary coil, we call this a ‘step-down’ transformer, because it decreases the output voltage.

There are no moving parts in a transformer! Transformers work due to mutual inductance only. Power stations use step-up transformers to increase voltage prior to transmission. Substations reduce voltage prior to distribution (to houses etc.).

To avoid excess losses, the magnetic core of the transformer is made of thin laminate sheets. These sheets reduce eddy current losses and are often cold rolled to align the magnetic grain structure of each sheet (about 0.3mm thick each).

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A.C. generators or alternators (as they are usually called) operate on the same fundamental principles of electromagnetic induction as D.C. generators.
Alternating voltage may be generated by rotating a coil in the magnetic field or by rotating a magnetic field within a stationary coil. The value of the voltage generated depends on-
the number of turns in the coil.
strength of the field.
the speed at which the coil or magnetic field rotates.
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TRANSFORMER | video in HINDI | EduPoint

In this Physics video lecture in HINDI we explained the design and construction of all parts as well as the basics and the working principle of transformer. This lecture is very important for students of class 12. Transformer is an electrical device to change the voltage of an alternating current. The transformer which increases the voltage is called step up transformer and which decreases the voltage is called step down transformer.

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Transformers - working & applications (step up and step down) | A.C. | Physics | Khan Academy

Transformers step up (increase) or step down (decrease) AC voltage using the principle of electromagnetic induction - mutual induction. A changing current in the primary coil induces an e.m.f in the secondary. Since the e.m.f generated depends on the number of turns, the voltage induced in the secondary can be changed - stepped up or down - by altering the turn's ratio.

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