Voltage Across Inductance Formula

An inductor is also called as a coil or reactor. The drop of voltage across the inductor is proportional to the rate-change of the current. Any change in the current through an inductor creates a changing flux, inducing a voltage across the inductor. Ohm's law for an inductor, Instantaneous voltage across the inductor (v) is the product of Inductance in Henrys L and (di/dt). Here, di/dt is the Instantaneous rate of current change.

Ohms Law for an Inductor: V = L (di/dt)

V - Voltage drop across inductor
L - Inductance in henry
di/dt - instantaneous rate of change of current with respect to time

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