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EES 512 :: Electric Circuits Winter 2011 Lecture 12 :: Energy Storage Elements [1] - The Inductor - Sections: 111/121/131/141 Instructor: Dr. Matthew Kyan
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Outline previously: Energy Storage Elements The Capacitor Today: Inductors Inductance Series & Parallel Inductance
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Energy Storage Elements Resistive circuits: Applications are limited - merely complex voltage/current dividers Resistors dissipate energy No ability to store energy (when sources off, no response) 2 new important passive linear circuit elements: Capacitors Inductors Have ability to store (have memory) circuits that perform more practical functions
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The Inductor ... is a passive element designed to store energy in its magnetic field Any conductor in which electric current flows has inductive properties, but this is enhanced when formed into a coil (usually cylindrical, with many turns)
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course EES 512 taught by Professor Karim during the Winter '11 term at Ryerson.

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