nonlinear inductance

nonlinear inductance

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər in′dək·təns]
(electricity)
The behavior of an inductor for which the voltage drop across the inductor is not proportional to the rate of change of current, such as when the inductor has a core of magnetic material in which magnetic induction is not proportional to magnetic field strength.
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They also possess unique nonlinear inductance properties that make them useful as active microwave devices.
The nonlinear inductance can be cast in the form of a constant term plus a cosine term
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