In class we have been given an exercise to simulate capacitance, inductance, and resistance without reference to - well, without refernece to much of anything. The resistor is straightforward, likewise the cap - a voltage is created, energy is stored. Now, how about the inductor? Most inductance descriptions I've seen so far involve either a magnet or an iron rod. How does the generated magnetic field in and of itself affect the current?
Thanks much in advance