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1 An overview of transformers in electrical technology
Amber, iodestones, galvanic cells but no transformers
The ideal transformer - an ethereal but practical entity
A practical question - why use an iron core in transformers?
Why does a transformer transform?
Core or shell-type transformer construction
Transformers utilizing toroids and pot cores
Bells, whistles and comments
Immortality via over-design, sheltered operation and a bit of luck
2 Specialized transformer devices
Saturable core inverters - another way to use transformers
The Lorain subcycler - an erstwhile parametric converter
The constant current transformer
The constant voltage transformer
Saturable reactor control of a.c. power
Transformer action via magnetostriction
A double core transformer for saturable core Inverters
3 Operational features of transformers
Operation of transformers at other than their intended frequencies
Next to magic, try the auto-transformer for power capability
Dial a voltage from the adjustable auto-transformer
Transformer phasing in d.c. to d.c. converters
Transformer behaviour with pulse-width modulated waveforms
Current inrush in suddenly-excited transformers
Transformer temperature rise - a possible cooldown
Recapturing the lost function of the power transformer
The use of a transformer to magnify capacitance
A novel transformer application in d.c. regulated supplies
Polyphase conversions with transformers
The hybrid coil - a transformer gimmick for two-way telephony
Transformer schemes for practical benefits
Transformers in magnetic core memory systems
The transmission line transformer - a different breed
Transformers as magnetic amplifiers
Transformer coupling battery charging current to electric vehicles
Stepped-up high voltage from not so high rurns ratio
A brute force approach toTesIa coil action
Transformer technique for skirting high voltage problems
A novel winding pattern
Other techniques for high voltage transformation
The current transformer
Stepping-up to high voltage and new transformer problems
Transformer saturation from geomagnetic storms
The strange 4.44 factor in the transformer equation
Link coupling - transformer action over a distance
Homing in on elusive secondary voltage
An apparent paradox of electromagnetic induction
Constant current transformers incorporating physical motion
Transformers only do what comes naturally
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(TEO)Practical Transformer Handbook_3

(TEO)Practical Transformer Handbook_3

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