Inductance Calculations with PerMag

This white paper illustrates how to use finite-element codes to calculate inductance. The calculations address transmission lines in the limit that the radiation wavelength is long compared to the transverse dimensions of the structure. The paper also shows how to set up solutions with two-dimensional PerMag code (for static magnetic fields) to get useful information for both the low and high-frequency limits.

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