self-inductance


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self-inductance

[¦self in¦dəkt·əns]
(electromagnetism)
The property of an electric circuit whereby an electromotive force is produced in the circuit by a change of current in the circuit itself.
Quantitatively, the ratio of the electromotive force produced to the rate of change of current in the circuit.
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The cable current density is ten times larger than the eddy current density in aircraft skin so the self-inductance dominates the total inductance.
3 the partial self-inductance of a thin parallelogram can be evaluated as a four-fold integral from the definition of the partial mutual inductance between two parallel thin parallelograms p and q each with a constant current density
The self-inductance of a spiral circular coil is calculated as a semi-empirical and expressed based on equivalent current densities on both sides' spirals.
Figures 9 and 10 show the DC flux-linkage waveforms at the DSDC mode (with the DC-field excitation of 700 A-turn) and the self-inductance waveforms at the MSR mode (without the DC-field excitation) of the proposed machines, respectively.
The self-inductance of an isolated circular current loop in free space can be found using the fundamental relationship for mutual inductance if the two loops are considered to be overlapping.
Self-inductance and capacitance as a function of trace length are shown in Figures 13 and 14, respectively.
Due to the special structure of the CPPM machine, the self-inductance of the excitation winding [L.
i] represent the self-inductance and parasitic resistance of the loops and coils (i = 1 ~ 4).
3 kA, low self-inductance and low series resistance.
Brian Young (6) presents a more exact and complex derivation for computing the via partial self-inductance.