What does this mean?I thought it would be a good idea to write this down, all in one place, finally.
Any errors, or impovements needed? Should it be in gaussian units?
What's a Fingers? I don't think I've ever see units on the number of turns.N – number of turns, Fingers
Interesting idea! Maybe scan our crib sheets and share them to generate ideas. I like that.I would be very interested in seeing other engineer's crib sheets. My notebook is pretty bare (non-existent).
Do you mean the Gaussian units? There are changes in some equations by a a couple factors.What does this mean?
I have notes buried within job folders, and never really concatenated them.What's a Fingers? I don't think I've ever see units on the number of turns.
Overall looks good, very similar to my transformer/inductor crib sheet. It could use some diagrams showing flux and such, and should include the impedance transformation characteristic (goes by turns squared) of a transformer.
Do you do crib sheets for other subjects/topics as well? My crib sheet binder gets a lot of use.
You can download a free conversion utility from PrimoPDF.comI was curious about that. How do you convert .doc to .pdf?
I believe so as well, as long as the area is constant.Thanks, berkeman. I got it loaded.
Bobbin cores and rod cores are difficult to solve, but a gapped core is not too difficult if you can guestimate the magnetic field fringent around the gap. But is the H field the same around the magnetic circuit given constant area. I'd been assuming it is in previous designs, with the results as expected, but is it true?