(Solved) : Try To Compute The Selfinductance Of The Hairpin Loop Shown . . .

Try to compute the self-inductance of the “hairpin” loop shown in Fig. 7.37. (Neglect the contribution from the ends; most of the flux comes from the long straight section.) You’ll mn into a snag that is characteristic of many self-inductance calculations. To get a definite answer, assume the wire has a tiny radius 6, and ignore any flux through the wire itself.

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