So my questions are:

Does this “Transformer primary input current (output loaded):

*25.575 Ampere RMS”*mean that the primary winding will not be able to draw more than 25.5 amps from the power source no matter the size of the load?

And is this “Secondary voltage (output loaded):

*39.548 Volt RMS,*Secondary voltage (output unloaded):

*40.158 Volt RMS”*correct as I thought a load on the secondary would significantly drop voltage?

The calculator: http://dicks-website.eu/coilcalculator/#al

here is the design I plan to make, if anything is wrong with this please enlighten me.

Maximum Flux Density in Core:

*Bmax = 1.1 T (=Tesla)*

Effective cross section area of centre core:

*Ae = 7500 mm2*

Effective permeability of the core:

*ue = 5000*

Inductance factor for one core:

*AL = 392687.5 nH/n2*

Number of these cores stacked =

*1*

Relative Permeability of the core material:

*ur = 5000 – Estimated*

Effective Length of the magnetic path in the core:

*le = 120mm*

Total air gap width:

*g = 0mm*

Total effective cross area of the core:

*Ae = 0.0075m2*

Maximum magnetics flux in core:

*Magnetic flux max = 0.00825 Wb (=Weber) – Estimated*

Effective Permeability of the core:

*ue = 5000 - Estimated*

Total inductance factor of the core:

*AL = 392687.5 nH/N2*

Coil wire size: 5.18922mm =

*4 AWG*

Average wire length of one turn:

*570mm*

The coil needs:

*126 Turns*

Inductance of the coil:

*6.234 Henry*

Total wire length of the winding:

*71.82 metre*

DC Resistance of the winding:

*0.0594*

Total area of the copper for the winding:

*2664.79 mm2*

Maximum current through coil to keep flux below Bmax:

*0.1667 Ampere (DC or AC Peak)*

Charging time to maximum current with 230 volts across coil:

*0.00451 Seconds*

Maximum stored energy in coil:

*0.0866 Joules*

Maximum AC voltage (sine wave) of 50 Hertz across coil:

*230.769 Volts RMS*

Primary (input) voltage:

*Vp = 230 Volts RMS*

Secondary (output) voltage:

*Vs = 41 Volts RMS (not loaded)*

Frequency (or lowest frequency):

*f = 50 Hertz*

Number of turns primary winding:

*Np = 126 turns*

Number of turns secondary winding:

*Ns = 22 turns*

Inductance of the primary winding:

*Lp = 6.234 Henry*

Wire size primary winding:

*5.18922mm = 4 AWG*

wire size secondary winding:

*10.4038mm = 000 AWG*

Average wire length of one turn on primary winding:

*570mm*

Average wire length of one turn on secondary winding:

*520 mm*

Load resistor on secondary winding:

*0.27 Ohm*

Wire length primary winding:

*71.82 Metre*

DC resistance of primary winding:

*Rp = 0.0594 Ohm*

Area of the copper for the primary winding:

*2664.799 mm2*

Wire length secondary winding:

*11.44 metre*

DC resistance of the secondary winding:

*Rs = 0.0023 Ohms*

Area of the copper for the secondary winding:

*1870.23 mm2*

Secondary voltage (output loaded):

*39.548 Volt RMS*

Secondary voltage (output unloaded):

*40.158 Volt RMS*

Ratio: loaded output voltage / unloaded output voltage:

*0.984*

Magnetizing current in primary winding (output loaded):

*0.1166 Ampere RMS*

Transformer primary input current (output loaded):

*25.575 Ampere RMS*

Power loss in primary winding (output loaded):

*38.871 Watts*

Power loss in secondary winding (output loaded):

*50.526 Watts*

Power delivered to the load resistor:

*5792.875 Watts*

Thanks.