I need to simulate an half-wave and a full-wave rectifier. For the full-wave we'll use the middle point transformer and the bridge format.

I have 2 questions:

1 - How do I simulate a middle point transformer and how do I calculate the value of primary and secondary inductance so that I can have the correct transformation ratio?

2 - What are the formulas to calculate Vout DC and V out RMS in terms of integrals???

I've seen, in a google seach, that \(\frac{N_{1}}{N_{2}} = \sqrt{\frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}}}\)

But how do I calculate L1 and L2 exactly???

If I have 230V for the primary winding and 6V for the secondary winding, what would be L1 and L2 values?

I get strange values of \(\left (\frac{230}{6}\right ) = \frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}} \Leftrightarrow 1469.4 = \frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}}\).

It means that I need to make L1 = 1469.4, L2 = 0.5 and L3 = 0.5???

I have 2 questions:

1 - How do I simulate a middle point transformer and how do I calculate the value of primary and secondary inductance so that I can have the correct transformation ratio?

2 - What are the formulas to calculate Vout DC and V out RMS in terms of integrals???

I've seen, in a google seach, that \(\frac{N_{1}}{N_{2}} = \sqrt{\frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}}}\)

But how do I calculate L1 and L2 exactly???

If I have 230V for the primary winding and 6V for the secondary winding, what would be L1 and L2 values?

I get strange values of \(\left (\frac{230}{6}\right ) = \frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}} \Leftrightarrow 1469.4 = \frac{L_{1}}{L_{2}}\).

It means that I need to make L1 = 1469.4, L2 = 0.5 and L3 = 0.5???

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