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Re: Calculating inductance, capacitance, and resistance of 3D objects
hello all!!
How are these formulas calculated diffrently from the way i derive them?
I use several steps of integration on biot-savats law and others to find the
inductance of 3D shapes and my formulas (although much more variables and
harder to plugg into the calculator) are to within 5% of thoes valuse
supplied by the formulas given by this list.
mark
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>I've just run across some interesting free software from MIT which
>calculates the capacitance, inductance, and resistance of arbitrary
>objects by numerical methods. I haven't had a chance to work with it
>yet, but, it might prove useful to some for calculating Cself and Ctop
>for all those weird toroid shapes, etc... It's at:
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>ftp://rle-vlsi.mit.edu/pub/
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>On a related note, has anyone done any modelling of TC's and their
>environment using a tool like NEC? NEC supports helices, and does
>calculate the turn to turn interactions, etc.
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