Definition of self-induction in US English:

self-induction

noun

Physics
  • The induction of an electromotive force in a circuit when the current in that circuit is varied.

    Compare with mutual induction
    • ‘Fittingly, he achieved fame through a number of practical applications, discovering the critical relationship between capacity in the circuit, self-induction and resistance.’

Pronunciation

self-induction

/ˈˌself ənˈdəkSHən/