I'm wondering what are the behaviors of the inductor, L, and capacitor, C, at t = 0+
Please correct my understanding of the above circuit if I am wrong.
- At t = 0, the capacitor acts like a wire. So I think that Vc must = 0 since a theoretical wire has no voltage across it.
- However, if that is the case wouldn't Infinite current be flowing through the capacitor at t = 0 ?
- What would the current flowing into the inductor be?
- Shouldn't inductor act like a open (broken) circuit at t = 0, which mean no current?
Clarification: The switch is closed for a long time before time 0, at t=0 the switch opens