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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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 partial self-inductance of a thin parallelogram can be found from (2) by performing the integration over the same area.
It can be verified that (6) reduces to the expression of the self-inductance of a thin rectangle [8,11-13] for t = 0.
The total inductance of a planar zig-zag spiral inductor is then calculated with (1) using (6) for the partial self-inductance of the individual parts of the inductor and (8), (10) for the partial mutual inductance between any two parts of the inductor.
Table 2 shows the comparison between the partial self-inductance values of each part of the considered planar zig-zag spiral inductors obtained with the exact expression (6), [L.
The equivalent total self-inductance of the secondary circuit [L.
84 m[ohm] unloaded inductor coil (calculated using FEM) Self-inductance of the unloaded [L.