DC Voltage Drop Calculation Across Inductance
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Determine the actual relationship between voltage and current for any given inductor, with the basic differential expression V= L (di/dt); which describes the behavior of an inductance.

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Inductance (L) = Henry
Rate of change of current = ampere
Time = second
Voltage across Inductor =

Determine the actual relationship between voltage and current for any given inductor, with the basic differential expression V= L (di/dt); which describes the behavior of an inductance.

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Formula: Ohms Law for an Inductor: V = L (di/dt) Where, V - Voltage drop across inductor L - Inductance in henry di/dt - instantaneous rate of change of current with respect to time

Inductor voltage drop is the rate of change of inductor current. Both voltage (v) and rate of current change (di/dt) are instantaneous. Calculation of DC voltages across inductance is made easier. Free Online Electrical Engineering Calculators.

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