Inductance coil

Also found in: Encyclopedia.
Related to Inductance coil: impedance coil

In`duc´tance coil

1.(Elec.) A choking coil.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is mainly due to the omission of the inductance coil resistance in the derivation of decoupling algorithm.
Thus, the desire to increase the torque by increasing the RRM MMF is limited not only design considerations but also increase the inductance coil which together with the winding resistance time constant, and hence the dynamics RRM.
Parameters of PC servo motor and tacho generator Motor constants Symbol Rated Voltage [U.sub.n] Stream idle [I.sub.0] Permissible maximum current [I.sub.max] Inductance coil [L.sub.a] Winding resistance [R.sub.a] Rated engine speed n Torque constant [K.sub.t] Constant voltage [K.sub.e] Mechanical time constant [T.sub.m] Moment of inertia of the engine J Viscous friction B Motor constants Value Rated Voltage 12 V Stream idle 0.044 A Permissible maximum current 1.5 A Inductance coil 0.0003 H Winding resistance 2.5 [OHM] Rated engine speed 5800 rpm Torque constant 0.0195 Nm/A Constant voltage 0.01957 Vs/rad Mechanical time constant 0.012 s Moment of inertia of the engine 17.6-[10.sup.-7] kg[m.sup.2] Viscous friction 1 x [10.sup.-6] Nms/rad
When the antenna is near the sensor, the magnetic energy is transmitted by the inductance coil of the LC circuit [10].
Ferrite silicone coated soft magnetic composites are also gaining popularity with growing application in transformer cores, inductance coils, resonant inductors, and synchronous electric motors.