# Inductors

Inductance, Magnetism and Magnetic Field

• ## Electric & Magnetic Flux, Density & Field Intensity Formulas

Electric Flux, Magnetic Flux, Electric Density, Magnetic Density, Electric Intensity and Magnetic Intensity Formulas & Equations Electric Flux Formula: Electric flux is the electric field lines passing through an area A.…

• ## Equations & Formulas For RLC Circuits (Series & Parallel)

RLC Circuits – Series & Parallel Equations & Formulas RLC Circuit: When a resistor, inductor and capacitor are connected together in parallel or series combination, it operates as an oscillator…

• ## Formula and Equations For Inductor and Inductance

Inductor and Inductance Formulas and Equations The following formulas and equations can be used to calculate the inductance and related quantities of different shapes of inductors as follow. Inductance of…

• ## Resistance, Capacitance & Inductance in Series-Parallel – Equation & Formulas

Resistor, Capacitor and Inductor in Series & Parallel – Formulas & Equations The following basic and useful equation and formulas can be used to design, measure, simplify and analyze the…

• ## Difference Between Electric and Magnetic Circuit

Differences between Magnetic and Electric Circuits What is an Electric Circuit? An electric circuit or network is a close loop path providing a return path to the flow of current.…

• ## Difference Between EMF and MMF

Difference Between Electromotive Force and Magnetomotive Force What is Magnetomotive Force (MMF)? The pressure required to establish magnetic flux is a ferromagnetic material (material having permeabilities hundreds and thousands time…

• ## Why an Inductor acts as a Short Circuit in DC Supply?

What is the Role of Inductor in DC Circuit? In short, there is no frequency in DC supply i.e. frequency in DC = 0. We know that inductive reactance: XL…

• ## In an Inductive Circuit, Why the Current Increases When Frequency Decreases?

Why the Current (I) Decreases, When Frequency Increases in an Inductive Circuit & vise versa? Another question from electrical and electronics engineering interviews question and answers series. Explain the statement that…

• ## Why Power Factor Decreases When Inductance or Inductive Reactance Increases?

In Inductive Circuit, Why the Power Factor (Cos θ) Decreases, When Inductance (L) or Inductive reactance (XL) Increases? Next question from electrical and electronics engineering interviews question and answers series. Explain…

• ## Inductor Symbols -Solenoid, Chock and Coils Symbols

Inductor Symbols – Coils and Choke Symbols Generic Fixed Inductor This is the symbols used for representing a generic Inductor whose inductance value is fixed. An inductor is also known by…