In the loading mode, unlike the idle mode, the electric energy consumer joins the secondary rim of the transformer. Thus, primary and secondary circuits are closed and variable currents flow in both boots. Modified currents create the magnetic power of the primary and secondary flow of the transformer. The magnetic power amplitudes of the primary and secondary mods are almost identical. The magnetic propulsion force of the primary wet is only a few per cent higher than the magnetic power of the secondary wet.
The secondary modulator power is so designed that it is almost entirely offset by the magnetic power of the primary wet. The abundance of the magnetic power that operates in a magnetic wire is a few per cent of the magnetic power of one of the movuls. The magnetic stream is triggered by a combined magnetic power, so the magnetic stream is almost independent of the currents in the primary and secondary rims and approximately equals the magnetic stream amplitude in the idling mode.
The independence of the magnetic flow amplitude in the magnetic wire of the transformer from the current in the load is an important characteristic of the transformer and explains its many features.
Modified magnetic flow Transformator magnetic wireas in the idling mode, clutch with all the turns of the primary and secondary rims, generating power.
The power driven by the variable magnetic flux in the primary rim is almost entirely compensated, as is the idling mode attached to the rim. The amplitude limit of the primary wet current to values not exceeding nominal. Thus, the primary mooring relative to the electric grid is a consumer of electricity.
Modified magnetic flow also drives power in the secondary rim. The amplitude of the power driven power is directly proportional to the number of turns of the secondary wet. The ratio of amplitude of the ESP of the primary wet E1m to...