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Inductance of Straight Wire & Electrode Calculator

Inductance of Straight Wire & Electrode Calculator
Calculate Inductance of Straight Wire or Electrode   
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Enter the required values of length of wire and diameter of wire in inches and click on calculate. Result will display the value of Inductance in µH.

Enter values

Length of Wire (l ):     Inches
Diameter of Wire (a) :     Inches
      
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 Output 
Inductance:     µH

Good to know*
L = K x a x [ { ln (2l / a) } – 0.75] Where;
L = Inductance in µH
K = 0.00508 (dims in inchs)
= 0.0002 (dims in mm)
= wire radius (inches or mm)
l = wire length (inches or mm)
ln = Natural Logarithm
= 2.303 * Common Log [base 10] 
Also;
L= 0.00508xbx (log (2xb/ (w+h)) +.5+0.2235x (w+h)/b)
And;
L= 0.00508xbx (log (2xb/a)-0.75)
Where;
L = Inductance in µH
b= wire length
a = wire diameter
This is calculation is based on assuming the electrode or straight wire in Free Space.

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One comment

  1. Your calculation does not take into account the resistivity of the wire material, aluminium, copper, silver, etc. which will also have an effect on the inductance value.

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