Difference between Self and Mutual Inductance

Difference between Self and Mutual Inductance

Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what is the difference between Self and Mutual Inductance. Comparison and Differences.

Difference between Self and Mutual Inductance

Inductance is a property of an electric circuit or component which causes an e.m.f to be generated in it (self-inductance) or in the neighboring circuit (mutual inductance) due to the change in the current flowing through the circuit.

If changing the current flowing in a coil produces emf in the same coil, it is called self-induction. If the changing current through one coil produces emf in another coil, it is called mutual induction.



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