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Yes, it will be the same.
If the number of turns and everything else remains the same, then the wire diameter has little effect on the inductance.........................
Why it is that increasing the wire diameter can reduce the inductance, while the rest of the parameter remains the same?
If the number of turns and everything else remains the same, then the wire diameter has little effect on the inductance.
You apparently missed to specify the problem clearly. A dimensional change will affect inductance. But that hasn't been your original question.The overall length of the coil is increase as the result of increase wire diameter.
Shouldn't the inductance increase?
You apparently missed to specify the problem clearly. A dimensional change will affect inductance. But that hasn't been your original question.
Technically, unless you are talking about superconductional inductors, the initial question is absurd.
The inductance is mostly determined by coil diameter, coil length and no. of turns. The wire diameter has only a small effect on inductance.The inductance changes with the coil diameter, core permeability, no. of turns, wire diameter.
An increase in wire diameter will reduce the inductance if it reduces the number of turns you can wind in the same area. If the turns aren't changed and the core diameter and length aren't changed, then a change in wire diameter will have little effect on inductance.....................................
The 2nd question was,
The inductance changes with the coil diameter, core permeability, no. of turns, wire diameter.
If all the parameters remains the same...
Why it is that increasing the wire diameter can reduce the inductance?
I was assuming that resistance has a simple relation with inductance.
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An increase in wire diameter will reduce the inductance if it reduces the number of turns you can wind in the same area. If the turns aren't changed and the core diameter and length aren't changed, then a change in wire diameter will have little effect on inductance.
There is no direct relation between resistance and inductance, other than the resistance is related to wire size and the number of turns that can be placed in a given volume.
The change in inductance is small, and I am expecting a slight increase in inductance,
since the length of the coil increases when the wire diameter increase.
OK, I see the source of the confusion.I was referring to this website, **broken link removed**
.....since the length of the coil increases when the wire diameter increase.