Definition of Coefficient of self induction
1. Noun. 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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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1891)
"The coefficient of self-induction of course is the ordinary idea. But that is defined in terms of a unit change of current in a unit time. ..."
2. Principles and Practice of Electrical Engineering by Alexander Gray (1917)
"The Coefficient of Self Induction.—If in Fig. 228 the current / is changing, the flux <t> is also changing and a voltage of self induction is induced in the ..."
3. A Manual of Physical Measurements by Anthony Zeleny, Henry Anton Erikson (1919)
"EXPERIMENT 102 CALCULATION OF THE COEFFICIENT OF SELF- INDUCTION The coefficient of self-induction is the ratio of the electromotive force induced in a coil ..."
4. Laboratory Physics: A Students Manual for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Dayton Clarence Miller (1903)
"Standard Henry; Coefficient of Self-Induction The unit of induction is the henry ... The coefficient of self-induction of a coil is the total induction ..."
5. Elementary Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by George Carey Foster, Edmund Atkinson, Jules François Joubert (1896)
"... is not instantaneous, but in cases where the coefficient of self-induction has a high value, the growth of the current occupies a very appreciable time. ..."
6. Wireless Telegraphy by Jonathan Adolf Wilhelm Zenneck (1915)
"Coefficient of Self-induction.44—If the skin effect is very decided, ... While for direct currents the coefficient of self-induction of the circuit is made ..."
7. Laboratory Physics: A Students Manual for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Dayton Clarence Miller (1903)
"Standard Henry; Coefficient of Self-induction The unit of induction is the henry ... The coefficient of self-induction of a coil is the total induction ..."