Inductive Reactance

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff. Posted in Electromagnetics

Inductive reactance is the current flow of an alternating current in an inductor is reduced.

formula

\(X_L =    2 \pi  f L   \)

Where:

\(X_L\) = Inductive reactance

\(\pi\) = 3.141...

\(f\) = frequency

\(L\) = Inductance

Solve for:

\(f =  \frac { X_L }  { 2 \pi  L }    \)

\(L =  \frac { X_L }  { 2 \pi  f }    \)