[SI-LIST] : Final report on inductance vs. frequency

Lidu Huang ([email protected])
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 17:02:54 -0400

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SI-list_mail Thank you very much for your discussions which helped me to
obtain the following credible results. The result agrees
well with Eric Wheatley's expectation. Also the inductance
agrees with analytical solution.

The contactor material is copper and its cross section is
0.43*0.11 mm^2

Up to 0.1MHz at which the skin depth is 0.21 mm, the
inductance holds constant. Higher than this point, the skin
depth is comparable to the cross section size (half of the width)
the inductance began to decrease up to 1GHz at which the
skin depth is 0.002 mm, which is much less than the
thickness. Beyond 1 GHz, the inductance becomes constant

Best regards,