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Saturday, March 17, 2012

RL Circuit with Resistor and Inductor in Parallel

Here is a circuit where a resistor and inductor are in parallel with each other. This is similar to a RC circuit with a resistor and capacitor in parallel. We focus on t = 0 and a 'long time.'

The gist of this one is that inductors fight current initially because they do not like a change in magnetic flux. After a long time, an inductor is just a piece of wire with no resistance (at least for us!). Check it out.

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  2. what if we have one inductor and one resistor in parallel when given agraph of input voltage

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