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The ratio of the primary to secondary voltage of a transformer is 2:1. The saving in the turns of weight of...
The ratio of the primary to secondary voltage of a transformer is 2:1. The saving in the turns of weight of copper required if an autotransformer is used instead of two winding transformer is (1) 50% (2) 33.33% (3) 66.67% (4) 97%
Apr 11, 2018
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