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Published on Feb 25, 2019
In this lesson we'll examine the inductor storage process. We'll learn an inductor carrying no current can be initially modeled as an open circuit and, after 5 time constants have elapsed, can be modeled as a short circuit. We'll learn an oppositional voltage surge occurs across the inductor such that current slowly rises to a steady state value over a predictable time span. Additionally, this lecture will examine the storage process including initial conditions, partial storage processes, and inductor storage analysis necessitating the use of Thevenin's Theorem. (Part 1 of 2)