Identification of Coefficient of Self Inductance


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The self-inductance is the inherent phenomenon in a wire. Through the comparison of two kinds of method for solving the self-inductance, stated that note in the current contribution rate problem in the process by the first method to solve the self-inductance coefficient. Through solving the relationship between the coefficient of self-inductance and cable radial thickness for coaxial cables that cable, the coefficient of self-inductance decreases monotonously with the radial thickness of the reduction.



Edited by:

Li Qiang




H. Q. Du et al., "Identification of Coefficient of Self Inductance", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 381-384, 2014

Online since:

August 2014




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