What Is Inductance?


The word inductance refers to the property of an electric conductor or circuit that results an electromotive force to be produced by a change in the current flowing. It can also refer to a constituent with this property.
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that property of a circuit by which a change in current induces, by electromagnetic induction, an electromotive force. Symbol: L
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Inductance is a characteristic of an electrical circuit or conductor that has the ability to cause a change in electrical force due to the change of current flow.
Inductance is typified by the behavior of a coil of wire resisting any change in the current through the coil. It is defined in terms of emf (electromotive force) generated to oppose the change in the current or EMF=-L(change in current/change in time).
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