So here I posted my first wiki. I would like to ask for having a look at it and give some helpful suggestions and a nice feedback on it. \(\ddot\smile\)

PS: The schematic diagram is drawn using Geogebra. It consists of straight lines, sine function graph and a circle only.

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TopNewest@Pranjal Jain Nicely complied! You can add autotransformers if you like but I think the content is pretty much enough for a high school student to get an idea of transformers.

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Thanks. Can you add about auto transformers? \(\ddot\smile\)

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Hi Pranjal Jain , you have covered all the basic points . It's really good , I think I'll consider reading about Transformesrs from your note rather than from NCERT .

Also I need a help, this is my First wiki on Power of a wave . Help me and others by adding some examples and questions , that is if you can spare some time for it .

Any help is appreciated .

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A derivation for the expression can also be added.( I'll try if I get time but I am afraid that is highly unlikely for next two weeks)

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Often you have used suffix s in place of p. I have corrected. I have also added "at times the number of turns may be equal." For special purpose they do use equal turns. You may add autotransformers that uses the same winding for primary and secondary. In the diagram it would be better to wright "AC Load.". Congratulations for this article. I have not gone through the examples.

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Thanks for making edits to improve the wiki pages :)

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All ways well come. I try to see that our Brilliant improves.

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Thanks for your help! I'll edit the image asap. Can you add about auto transformers? \(\ddot\smile\)

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