2 Parallel Plates Coaxial Cylinders Wire Loop

The formulas on this page allow one to calculate the inductance for certain given geometries. More complex problems typically require one to model the geometry and solve using Finite Element Analysis. The viewer should note that the permeability has been set to that of free space for these formulas since that is typically the most common scenario in calculating the inductance of a transmission line, cable, etc.

Other inductance formulas can also be found in the following references:

Pulsed Power Toolbox Formulas for the Calculation of Common Inductances

Inductance Calculations Working Formulas and Tables__, Frederick W. Grover, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, New York, 1946.__

Radio Engineers Handbook__, Frederick E. Terman, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, New York, 1943.__

“Formulas for the Skin Effect”, Harold A. Wheeler, __Proceedings of the I.R.E.__, September, 1942, pp. 412-424.

m_{0 }is the permeability of free space (H/m)
d is the distance between the plates (m) l is the length of the electrodes (m) w is the width of the electrodes (m) |

m_{0 }is the permeability of free space (H/m)
a is the radius of the inner cylinder b is the radius of the outer cylinder l is the length of the cylinders (m) |

m_{0 }is the permeability of free space (H/m)
a is the radius of the wire loop (m) R is the radius of the wire (m) |