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I'm working on some inductance calculations and was wondering if anyone knows of any formulas (or methods) to determine the inductance of a straight piece of copper pipe, if the ID, wall thickness, and length are known? The closest thing I have found so far was the inductance of a straight conductor but the formula assumes it is solid.

Any help/pointers appreciated.

Thanks,

Jason O

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# Inductance of hollow conductor (copper pipe)

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