This lesson covers the concept of self and mutual inductances in electrical machines, specifically focusing on transformers. It explains how to calculate the equivalent circuit of a transformer and the importance of the direction of flux. The lesson also discusses the concept of leakage flux and mutual flux, and how they contribute to the inductance of a coil. It further elaborates on the relationship between self-inductance, mutual inductance, and energy storage in a mutually coupled coil. The lesson concludes with an explanation of how to calculate the energy stored in a mutually coupled coil.

- The equivalent circuit of a transformer can be calculated using the concepts of self and mutual inductances.
- The direction of flux is crucial in determining the inductance of a coil.
- Leakage flux and mutual flux are two components of the total flux in a coil.
- The energy stored in a mutually coupled coil can be calculated using the relationship between self-inductance and mutual inductance.

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