Chris
posted this
17 September 2018

- Last edited 17 September 2018
Jagau and Vidura are Correct!

There is no complication to this! The principle is universal, the Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Field, which is analogous to Current:

### V = L di / dt

Voltage ( **V** ) is the product of the Inductance ( **L** ) multiplied by the Time Rate of Change ( **dt** ) of the change in Current ( **dI** ):

Where does the Excess of Current come from, Electromagnetic Induction! We see the exact same principles in Circuit Theory:

Parasitic Inductance, something Engineers have struggled with for ever. They try the best they can to eliminate it, Truth is, its always there, they can only ever reduce it! Its the Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Field, Electromagnetic Induction inducing Voltages on Traces that are close and as a result stray signals interfere with Circuits, an unwanted situation, thus the term Parasitic!

I see Confusion, and posts that are over complicating simple straightforward fundamental Science! Please, ignore complication, a simple answer exists for all things!

Vidura and Jagau are correct, we have a simple explainable and provable answer, there is no need to make simple things complicated!

Chris