Origin of inductance
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The inductance of a coil is very much higher if it has an iron core.
Four times the inductance will tune to double these wave-lengths.
But what would happen if we should decrease the capacity and increase the inductance?
It was the condenser and inductance which you studied in connection with Fig. 36.
Suppose you wind two inductance coils and connect them in series.
- Also called: induction the property of an electric circuit as a result of which an electromotive force is created by a change of current in the same circuit (self-inductance) or in a neighbouring circuit (mutual inductance). It is usually measured in henriesSymbol: L See also self-inductance, mutual inductance
- another name for inductor
Word Origin and History for inductance
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- A measure of the reaction of electrical components (especially coils) to changes in current flow by creating a magnetic field and inducing a voltage. Its unit is the henry.
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