What is the difference between transient current and displacement current?
Asked by joykphukan | 23rd Dec, 2015, 06:11: PM
Transient current is a periodic current that flows in a circuit for a short time if there is any electromagnetic disturbance such as faults in circuits, stroke of lightning.
Displacement current in electromagnetism is the rate of change of electric displacement field.
Answered by Priyanka Kumbhar | 24th Dec, 2015, 04:40: PM
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