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The Self-Inductance Calculator will calculate the:

- Self-inductance of a solenoid (inductor) as an intrinsic property of the inductor itself

**Computation considerations:** Magnetic field and medium are considered as uniform; the conducting bar is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere, the bar is moving at constant velocity inside the magnetic field.

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The self-inductance in the solenoid is H [Henry] |

Self-inductance in the solenoid calculation |
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L = μ_{0} × N^{2} × A/lL = × ^{2} × /lL = × × /lL = /lL = |

Self Inductance Calculator Input Values |

Number of turns in the solenoid (N) |

Area of one turn of the solenoid (A) m^{2} [square metre] |

Length of the solenoid (l) m [metre] |

Magnetic permeability of free space (vacuum) (μ_{0}) N/A^{2} [Newton per square amp] |

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L = *μ*_{0} × N^{2} × A*/**l*

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