Greetings experts in electrical engineering. I need your help in visualizing how a circuit would look like after a 'short circuit' event. Reading Electric Relays - Principles and Applications, I got confused about the statement highlighted in the attachment below. Modern electromagnetic current and voltage relays are connected to the secondary side of current transformers and in the event of a short circuit the current flows through both the current transformer and the relay. My question is how will the circuit look like in this case and why 1600A flows through both the primary and the secondary of the CT? If our relay is connected to the secondary what short circuit current flows through it?