Stainless steel is, to my knowledge, not a good choice for core material. Why do you want to use stainless steel?Colleagues,
I need to make a small-signal inductor with an air gap. The gap will vary from 0 to 1mm. The core material will be stainless steel. What could be the potential pitfalls?
Im expecting shorted-turn losses. The inductor is planned to be built on the surface of a thin (few mm) plate of Alloy 49 stainless steel. Its not the worst stainless alloy from the magnetic standpoint.Stainless steel is, to my knowledge, not a good choice for core material. Why do you want to use stainless steel?
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