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Permeability Tuning Solenoidal coils can be made to have variable inductance by sliding ferromagnetic cores in and out of them. The frequency of a radio circuit can be adjusted in this way, as you ll learn later in this book. Because moving the core in and out of a coil changes the effective permeability within the coil, this method of tuning is called permeability tuning. The in/out motion can be precisely controlled by attaching the core to a screw shaft, and anchoring a nut at one end of the coil (Fig. 10-7). As the screw shaft is rotated clockwise, the core enters the coil, and the inductance increases. As the screw shaft is rotated counterclockwise, the core moves out of the coil, and the inductance decreases. Toroids Inductor coils do not have to be wound on cylindrical forms, or on cylindrical ferromagnetic cores. There s another coil geometry, called the toroid. It gets its name from the shape of the ferromagnetic core. The coil is wound over a core having this shape (Fig. 10-8), which resembles a donut or bagel.
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10-7 Permeability tuning
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can be accomplished by moving a ferromagnetic core in and out of a solenoidal coil.
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10-8 A toroidal coil is
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There are several advantages to toroidal coils over solenoidal, or cylindrical, ones. First, fewer turns of wire are needed to get a certain inductance with a toroid compared to a solenoid. Second, a toroid can be physically smaller for a given inductance and current-carrying capacity. Third, practically all the flux is contained within the core material. This reduces unwanted mutual inductances with components near the toroid. Toroidal coils have limitations, too. It is more difficult to permeability-tune a toroidal coil than it is to tune a solenoidal one. Toroidal coils are harder to wind than solenoidal ones. Sometimes, mutual inductance between or among physically separate coils is actually desired; with a toroid, the coils have to be wound on the same form for this to be possible.
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Pot Cores There is another way to confine the magnetic flux in a coil so that unwanted mutual inductance does not occur: wrap ferromagnetic core material around a coil (Fig. 10-9). A wraparound core of this sort is known as a pot core. A typical pot core comes in two halves, inside one of which the coil is wound. Then the parts are assembled and held together by a bolt and nut. The entire assembly looks like a miniature oil tank. The wires come out of the core through small holes or slots. Pot cores have the same advantages as toroids. The core tends to prevent the magnetic flux from extending outside the physical assembly. Inductance is greatly increased compared to solenoidal windings having a comparable number of turns. In fact, pot cores are even better than toroids if the main objective is to get a large inductance in a small space. The main disadvantage of a pot core is that tuning, or adjustment of the inductance, is all but impossible. The only way to do it is by switching in different numbers of turns, using taps at various points on the coil.
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10-9 Exploded view of a pot core. The coil winding is inside the ferromagnetic shell.
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Filter Chokes The largest values of inductance that can be obtained in practice are on the order of several henrys. The primary use of a coil this large is to smooth out the pulsations in direct current that result when ac is rectified in a power supply. This type of coil is known as a filter choke. You ll learn more about power supplies later in this book. Inductors at AF Inductors for audio frequency (AF) applications range in value from a few millihenrys up to about 1 H. They are almost always toroidally wound, or are wound in a pot core, or comprise part of an audio transformer. Ferromagnetic cores are the rule. Inductors can be used in conjunction with moderately large values of capacitance in order to obtain AF-tuned circuits. However, in recent years, audio tuning has been largely taken over by active components, particularly integrated circuits.
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