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How can a inductor remain charged?


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2007-06-09 15:24:23
2007-06-09 15:24:23

It will not remain "charged" for long. The speed of collapse of the magnetic field is related to the inductance, in Henries. A (physically) large inductor will retain energy for longer. (note that there is no "charge")


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