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- Looking to estimate the inductance of a 262kcmil entering a steel, NEMA type box, 14 Ga. Ideally with fittings ( lol)

DC case - but customer ran their cable run through a couple boxes, this would not be allowed in AC due to the eddy current created in fittings and the enclosure steel. ( I do not even know if code would allow this for DC) - but anyway. This is part of a high power dc system and I suspect the series inductance may be causing a control issue.

Any idea how to calculate the inductance of each box entry ( and exit of course)

Any idea how to calculate the inductance of each box entry ( and exit of course)