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Induced Voltage

Induced Voltage

Induced Voltage

Hi there,

I'm hoping someone may be able to help with an emag question...

I'm using emag to calculate the induced voltage from one 'loaded' power cable onto an adjacent unloaded cable. I've used the AZ VOLT option on the conductor to which i'm applying the current. However, I'm not sure as to whether to apply the AZ VOLT degree of freedom onto the unloaded cable in order to find out what the induced voltage will be?? Or am i supposed to leave the unloaded cable as simply AZ?. When i've tried leaving it as AZ, i can't seem to get a result?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated,

Very many thanks!

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