inductance


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an electrical phenomenon whereby an electromotive force (EMF) is generated in a closed circuit by a change in the flow of current

an electrical device (typically a conducting coil) that introduces inductance into a circuit

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The computed mutual inductance is found to be 1.973 0.0041 nH.
The effect of the ground plan on the inductance value of an antenna has also been considered [12].
The [A.sub.sc] field changes the magnetic flux in the current ring, from which inductance and mutual inductance can be derived.
9 and 10 shows how SM, DM and MM affect the profile of the magnetizing inductance of stator phase A and mutual inductance between stator phase A and rotor loop 1.
In the model magnetizing current defines shunt magnetizing reactance and hence inductance of the core.
Recent smart electronic advancements and the flexibility of package design make the LVIT variable inductance sensor a very cost-effective and technically sound solution for most mainstream in-cylinder applications, especially those that tend to be near the top of that application's bell curve.
After analyzing the magnetic profile, there are two unknown data (vehicle length and vehicle speed) with the variation of a single parameter (inductance or oscillation frequency).
To keep the overall efficiency high, leakage inductance must be kept to a minimum as it is a source of energy waste.
To find the optimal core gap, we first measured the effect of core gap on magnetizing and leakage inductance, and then found an operating point where variations in core gap would not create large variance in the inductances.
Applying the equations in Figure 3, a 0.4 mm (0.0157") via through a 1.6 mm (0.063") PCB has -1.2 nH inductance; even the clearance hole can contribute some parasitic capacitance.
Where, L is the inductance in [mu]H; l is the length; w is the width; t is the thickness of the conducting segments in centimeter; [L.sub.total] is the total inductance of all the segments.
This control structure makes it possible the reduction of the response speed fluctuation since the wide variation of inductance leads a significant torque ripple produced by the engine.
[R.sub.c1] and [L.sub.m1]: the core loss resistance and magnetizing inductance of the iron core of T1,
A comparison between solid grounding and Peterson coil grounding of 58.6 H inductance on 400 kV windings on the wind/PV GCS under various fault conditions is given in Table 2.
In the input circuit of the PAF a three-phase reactor is connected with the parameters of the inductance [L.sub.c] and resistance [R.sub.c].