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Are there any good sources of information available that contain (and explain) inductance calculations for various symmetrical (but unconventional) geometries? I'm interested in a triaxial conductor that is similar to a coax in geometric make-up, but there are three concentric cylindrical conductors instead of two. I know that triaxial cables exist (mostly for small signal high frequency apps), but I cannot find any theory about them in books or journals. If someone in this forum can help me or point me in the right direction, I would deeply appreciate it.

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Marcus

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# Inductance of a triaxial cable

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