I would like to ask some questions relating to the thesis "Analysis of Linear Network" by Jacob Shekel.
From chaper III  "The Network", section 3.6  Network Transformations, the author explains theory to deal with components such as an ideal transformer, ideal voltage divider.
Then in section 3.7 "How to Write the Y Matrix of a Given Network", he gives an example to show how to apply this theory to a circuit including two triodes and one ideal voltage divider.
I follow the example and understand how it is used with the ideal voltage divider but I am wondering how to apply the theory to an ideal transformer.
The ideal voltage divider draws no current so it has only voltage constraint.
However, the ideal transformer is different. It has both voltage and current constraints. So how to use these constraints to create admittance matrix for a circuit including ideal transformer?
Hope someone could shed some light on how to apply this theory to a circuit containing an ideal transformer.
From chaper III  "The Network", section 3.6  Network Transformations, the author explains theory to deal with components such as an ideal transformer, ideal voltage divider.
Then in section 3.7 "How to Write the Y Matrix of a Given Network", he gives an example to show how to apply this theory to a circuit including two triodes and one ideal voltage divider.
I follow the example and understand how it is used with the ideal voltage divider but I am wondering how to apply the theory to an ideal transformer.
The ideal voltage divider draws no current so it has only voltage constraint.
However, the ideal transformer is different. It has both voltage and current constraints. So how to use these constraints to create admittance matrix for a circuit including ideal transformer?
Hope someone could shed some light on how to apply this theory to a circuit containing an ideal transformer.
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