My question is similar with this question: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/299199/will-a-battery-connected-to-the-earth-eventually-deplete#:~:text=First%20off%2C%20every%20battery%20will,circuit%2C%20current%20does%20not%20flow.
Let's say I bond a true sine DC to AC inverter's neutral wire to my subpanel's neutral (which is bonded to earth in my main panel).
I know most DC to AC inverters don't really generate a negative current for half the AC cycle. 85 volt is alternately applied to both the hot and neutral leg.
What will happens if the 85 V energized leg is grounded?
Does a flow of current between my inverter AC outlet neutral and the ground will be observed? Can this damage the unit or everything will be fine and the potential between the hot and neutral leg will be as expected?