will a transformer work in dc? i seen that, the input transformer in a single phase converter can carry a dc and because of that magnetic saturation problem occurs.....

will a transformer work in dc? i seen that, the input transformer in a single phase converter can carry a dc and because of that magnetic
saturation problem occurs.....explain me friends actually what will happen when dc current flows there and how this occurs?
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You could use one of the transformers windings as a choke to on a DC power supply. In the old days they used the field coil on loudspeakers as chokes for the power supply.
If you are talking about putting DC in and getting DC out at the turns ratio the answer is nothing useful.
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snipped-for-privacy@nospam.com says...

Only if the transformer is rated for DC current. Most aren't.

DC to DC converter? ;-)
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says...

A "DC to DC converter" is not the electromagnetic component refered to as a "transformer" by people in the business of of making and utilizing transformers. A transformer is possibly one of the many component devices in a DC-DC converter.
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snipped-for-privacy@nospam.com says...

^^^

Really? No shit?
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Wecan do it wrote:

The field coil was a choke that also served as the electromagnet on aa speaker. This was common in AC powered radios, until better magnets were developed. It was not part of a transformer.
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