tsl269 - = |E| I • Increment of potential energy dU = P...

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Energy Stored in Inductor Establishing a current in the inductor requires work. The work done is equal to the potential energy stored in the inductor. Current through inductor: I (increasing) Voltage induced across inductor: |E| = L dI dt Power absorbed by inductor: P
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Unformatted text preview: = |E| I • Increment of potential energy: dU = P dt = LIdI • Potential energy of inductor with current I established: U = Z I |E| dI = L Z I IdI = 1 2 LI 2 Q: where is the potential energy stored? A: in the magnetic field. tsl269 – p.1/1...
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