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Synonyms for self-inductance

the ratio of the electromotive force produced in a circuit by self-induction to the rate of change of current producing it, expressed in henries

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pij] (j = i) is the partial self-inductance of the ith parallelogram.
Analytical Calculation of the Partial Self-inductance of a Thin Parallelogram
Therefore, the self-inductances of the elementary coils in the secondary coil array is calculated as follows:
At the calculations of the present model of the sensor-and-body system, which describes the electromagnetic induction effects in terms of self- and mutual inductances, it is reasonable to ignore the self-inductances of the elementary coils at the current distribution calculation.
i] (i [member of] {1, 2, 3}) are self-inductances and [L.
On the other hand, it can be observed that the self-inductances of the DR-FS-DC machine shown in Figure 10(b) are larger than that of the DR-DC-MSR machine shown in Figure 10(a), which is due to the fact that the DR-FS-DC can accommodate larger number of windings.
MSR] is fed to the armature winding during the increasing period of the self-inductance [L.
rq], are the stator self-inductances and the rotor self-inductances, [L.
rd] are the stator self- inductances and the rotor self-inductances, [L.