Category: INDUCTANCE AND RESISTANCE

Skin Effect and Proximity Effect

Skin Effect and Proximity Effect: Skin Effect and Proximity Effect – The distribution of current throughout the cross-section of a conductor is uniform only when DC is passing through it. On the contrary when AC is flowing through a conductor, the current is non-uniformly distributed over the cross-section in a manner that the current density […]

Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines

Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines: Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines – We are now ready to study the inductance of transmission lines composed of composite conductors. Future 2.6 shows such a single-phase line comprising composite conductors A and B with A having n parallel filaments and B having m’ parallel filaments. Though the inductance of […]