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Ch11-Inductance and Magnetic Energy

Ch11-Inductance and Magnetic Energy

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The self-inductance L of an inductor can be calculated using the following steps:

1. Assume a steady current I for the inductor, which may be a conducting loop, a solenoid,
a toroid, or coaxial cables.

2. Choose an appropriate cross section S and compute the magnetic flux through S using

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B

S

d

Φ = ⋅

∫∫B

A

If the surface is bounded by N turns of wires, then the total magnetic flux through the
surface would be

.

B

NΦ

3. The inductance may be obtained as

B

N

L

IΦ

=

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