The right thing of measuring leakage inductance?

Hi all,

I want to know what is the right thing to measure leakage inductance, A or B?

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Bob J.
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Leakage inductance is the part of one of the inductors that is not coupled to the other one. In other words, it represents the part of the total flux that passes through one coil that does not also pass through the other coil.

"A" shows one of the inductors short circuited (to prevent easy passage of flux through it), while the other inductance is being measured. B shows both inductors shorted, while the capacitance between the two coils is being measured. Which one of those situations sounds more like it is involved with leakage inductance?

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John Popelish

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