explain phasor diagram across inductor
Asked by tejvir | 24th Aug, 2012, 07:55: AM
the given above is the phasor diagram of an inductor along with the curves of current and voltage on the same axis.
if a potential V is applied across the inductor as:
thus the current along it will vary as:
(using the loop law)
thus the current will be:
the constant can be neglected, as in this phasor study we are concerned with phase only.
thus now the above graph for current and potential should have been clear.
Answered by | 3rd Sep, 2012, 04:57: PM
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