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INDUCTORSAny electric conductor possesses the property of inductance; however, most inductors are specifically designed coils of wire. Inductance is the ability of a conductor to induce a voltage into itself when a change in current is applied to the inductor. An inductor can be a straight piece of wire or a coil. Figure 6-29 shows a variety of inductance coils.
A variety of inductance coils.
Thomas K. Eismin: Aircraft Electricity and Electronics, Sixth Edition. INDUCTORS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export