transmission line mutual inductance matrix
Mutual inductance matrix gives the quantitative estimation of the mutual magnetic affect of the conductors in the system. In practical engineering the field distribution in the system of conductors is replaced by the equivalent electric circuit consisting of inductances.
This equivalent schema operates with currents, fluxes and induction coefficients that comprise the mutual inductance matrix:
Ψk - k-conductor flux linkage,
Ik - k-conductor current,
aij - self and mutual inductances.
The matrix is symmetrical, i.e. aij = aji.
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