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  1. #1 zero magnetic flux in the transformer core when there is a short circuit in the secondary 
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    Hello All.


    if the secondary current of the transformer produces a current flow that opposes the initial field (lenz's law). Why is not a zero magnetic flux when there is a short circuit in the secondary?



    A is core area and L the magnetic path.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julian403 View Post
    Hello All.


    if the secondary current of the transformer produces a current flow that opposes the initial field (lenz's law). Why is not a zero magnetic flux when there is a short circuit in the secondary?



    A is core area and L the magnetic path.
    See here
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