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Re: [Help-gnucap] pure inductance simulation

From: John Vodden
Subject: Re: [Help-gnucap] pure inductance simulation
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 11:11:40 +0100
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> Hm, that's somewhat quiet confusing! Where is the alternating current
> he sould change his direction :-( but anyway thank you for the explanation.
> regards

If you want to understand this, I suggest you study the same circuit
with a small resistance in series with the inductor.  For example, with
a 2 Ohm resistor in series, the dc component decays over the first 5 or
so cycles, after which the current behaves "normally."

Your confusion arises from the fact that no real inductor is ideal, so
the behaviour of an ideal inductor does not seem normal.

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