Definitions for "Self-induction"
Induction in a circuit due to the action of one portion of a current upon an adjacent portion during periods of varying current strength. The nature of the induction is such as to oppose the action which produces it.
A type of induction that occurs within a single conductor; it occurs when a change in the electromagnetic field around a conductor induces a voltage in that conductor.
induction in a circuit caused by changes in the circuit itself