fixed inductor

fixed inductor

[¦fikst in′dək·tər]
(electricity)
An inductor whose coils are wound in such a manner that the turns remain fixed in position with respect to each other, and which either has no magnetic core or has a core whose air gap and position within the coil are fixed.
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The LPIEC of the coaxial configuration contains a fixed inductor with a two-layer winding of the disk shape, which is wound with a rectangular copper busbar, is epoxy resin and is laid either in a thick-walled insulating (fiberglass) or in a thin-walled (1 mm) steel frame [8] (Fig.
A fixed inductor has no magnetic core, or has a core whose air gap and position within the coils are fixed.
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The experimental results show that the model is both suitable for the fixed inductor and the gradually changed inductor.