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Wats the difference b/w mutual inductance and self inductance?

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Asked by snigam, 18 Dec '12 05:51 pm
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If itz reference to electricity, self inductance is the induce voltage in the same circuit due to changing current and it will be in the opposite direction to imposed voyage. In case of mutual inductance, the voltage will be induced in the adjacent circuit called secondary circuit due to changing current in the primary circuit.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 18 Dec '12 07:35 pm

 
  
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I know the anser but very long answer..not in a mood to give..better go to google...or wikipedia
Answered by Deepika Chakraborty, 18 Dec '12 05:53 pm

 
  
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