Subject: rise of direct current in absence of self induction
Date: Sat May 31 18:25:52 2003
Posted by bassim a. gaballah
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> In a direct current circuit without self-inductance,does the current jumps
> to its final value?or is there another source of opposition to sudden rise
> in current,such as inertia of electrons even if it be small(a constant
> drift velocity is not established instantaneously).
> Also,with the presence of self inductance,how does back emf predict initial
> di/dt for it to produce an opposing current at the initial instant of time?
Re: rise of direct current in absence of self induction
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