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kinjalgp

Active Member
The reason may be you are measuring the voltage on any one pin of the transformer with respect to ground. But here you should measure it with respect to the other pin.
Other possible cause may be that every oscillator requires some initial conditions to start the oscillations which are natural in practical circuits but not in simulators. So you have to manually set the initial conditions to make the oscillator work in simulators. Initial conditons here means residual charge on the capacitor.
 

bangarang

New Member
is it possible for someone to open my multisim and correct it and post the file back on the forum. the electrodes i have connected to the multimeter should read 2000vdc
 

kinjalgp

Active Member
I don't have multisim. May be some one else can do it for you.
 

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