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An inductor is a 2 terminal passive device that stores energy in a magnetic field.

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not energy sources, if current and voltage are 90 degrees out of phase. In your circuit, the current through the inductor is sourced from both the current source and the capacitor. On the other hand … interesting to understand that the combination of an element with current and voltage in phase (the resistor in your circuit) and an inductor in series is how fluorescent lamp ballast circuits work (at …
answered Feb 27 '16 by Michael Karcher
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The answer has been totally rewritten to fulfill the request of a mathematical, format treatment, as asked for by StainlessSteelRat. The bold-face part in the center of this answer is the actual answe …
answered Apr 14 '15 by Michael Karcher
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Quite likely, the choke isn't broken. It is normal for chokes to act as speakers, especially under high momentary current (think of transformer hum on loaded transformers). So your choke got noisy, be …
answered Feb 1 '16 by Michael Karcher