# Conductors impedance application: post-processing quantities

## Solving process: reminder

With the application Conductors impedance, the solving process requires two steps, as presented in the table below.

PEEC computation (independent on the application) |
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computation of resistances and partial self-inductances (R, L) of each
element of the conductor, computation of partial mutual inductances (M) among all the parallel elements of the conductor |

Computation of the impedance |
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reducing the electric scheme ⇒ values of the equivalent impedances at the level of the impedance probes |

## Quantities

The quantities issued from computation at the level of the impedance probes are presented in the table below.

Quantity | Unit | Explanation | |
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Self impedance (Z_{ii}) seen from the input of
the probe i |
complex scalar | Ω | Impedance of the set of conductors seen by the probe i when all other probes are replaced by an open circuit |

Transfer impedance (Z_{ij}) between the probe j
and the probe i |
complex scalar | Ω | Transfer impedance of the probe i to the probe j when
all the probes, except the j^{th} one, are replaced by open
circuits |

These quantities can be exported in form of equivalent circuit towards SPICE, SABER, MODELICA, PORTUNUS or in form of table through a text file.