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All the inductor components I’ve see are made with a circular core instead of a cylindrical core. Are there any advantages to this design in terms of field strength relative to input current (assuming the same number of turns of wire)?
In the field strength equation, is “coil length” always perpendicular to the wire wrapping, and therefore would be longer in the circular design than in a cylindrical design of the same thickness?
Thanks.
In the field strength equation, is “coil length” always perpendicular to the wire wrapping, and therefore would be longer in the circular design than in a cylindrical design of the same thickness?
Thanks.