About Dependence of an Active Resistance in the Core on Parameters of a Coaxial Shield

I.S. Vakhonin, I.F. Safronova, J.V. Triaskin


We consider the model of a single-core coaxial cable with a thin endlessly twisted shield. We used a harmonic approximation without propagation processes. The resulting frequency dependence of the axial and angular components of a current density in the core shows the manifestation of skin effect. Resistance of cable shows a non-monotonic dependence upon the angle of a twist cable. Its effect increases along with (the increase of) frequency.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24892/RIJEE/20160203


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