- Retired Electrical Engineer - Power Systems
It doesn't just appear to be two currents. There are two different currents in the secondary winding. These are actually two different fluxes seen by the primary winding.
One single primary winding.
One single core.
One single magnetic path, through the core.
One single secondary winding.
Is the result, one single secondary current direction?
This should be a simple yes or no answer.