
Definition of Selfinductance
1. Noun. The ratio of the electromotive force produced in a circuit by selfinduction to the rate of change of current producing it, expressed in henries.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Selfinductance
Literary usage of Selfinductance
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Electrical Engineering: The Theory and Characteristics of Electrical by Clarence Victor Christie (1917)
"selfinductance of Continuouscurrent Circuits.—The selfinductance of
continuouscurrent circuits is apparent only when the current is increasing or ..."
2. Practical Electricity by Terrell Croft (1917)
"selfinductance (Art. 471) is the ability of a circuit to produce an emf within
itself by ... It is due to the selfinductance of the conductor of Fig. ..."
3. The Theory and Practice of Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"The only difficulty is as to the meaning of the selfinductance of a conductor
joining two points in a circuit, or the mutual inductance of two such ..."
4. Principles of Directcurrent Machines by Alexander Suss Langsdorf (1919)
"160. Calculation of the selfinductance, L, in Slotted Armatures.—The selfinductance
of a coil has been shown to be equal ..."
5. The Theory and Practice of Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"The only difficulty is as to the meaning of the selfinductance of a conductor
joining two points in a circuit, or the mutual inductance of two such ..."
6. Elementary Lessons in Electricity and Magnetism by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1915)
"Hence interposed sheets of metal act as induction screens. LESSON XLI.
— SelfInductance 601. SelfInductance. — It has been pointed out in Art. 241 how ..."
7. Principles of Electrical Engineering by Harold Pender (1911)
"Self Inductance of a Concentrated Winding. — Let Lj be the self inductance of a
single loop of wire of any shape; then the flux linking this loop due to ..."
8. Principles of Direct Current Machines by Alexander Suss Langsdorf (1915)
"Calculation of the selfinductance, L, in Slotted Armatures.—The selfinductance
of a coil has been shown to be equal to the number of flux linkages per ..."