Re: TC Inductance Formulas...
Subject: Re: TC Inductance Formulas...
From: "Malcolm Watts" <MALCOLM-at-directorate.wnp.ac.nz>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 1996 09:48:26 +1200
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Mark, TIm et al,
V quick reply to Mark's post :
> The R.F. resistance as I interpret it is the total effective
> resistive losses in the coil. If you use total R.F. resistance instead of
> D.C. resistance in the formula Q=wL/R, you get numbers that make sense. I
> do not know if the same value applies to the formulas listed at the
> beginning of this post, but I suspect it does.
All very well put I'd say. IMO, R in all formulae is the AC effective
series resistance including transformed shunt resistance (and I also
forgot to mention varnish/insulation/coil form dissipation - thanks