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In an ac circuit with a pure inductor when we derive the formula for current in the circuit we take the integration constant to be zero ....i am not satisfied with the explanation in my text book can anyone please explain??

In an ac circuit with a pure inductor when we derive the formula for current in the circuit we take the integration constant to be zero ....i am not satisfied with the explanation in my text book can anyone please explain??

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vijay Mukati
askIITians Faculty 2590 Points
5 years ago
Dear Students,
Integration constant represent the initial value of current if any in the inductor. Therefore for the case of pure inductor, intial value is zero.
Thanks.

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