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hello
what if i forwarded dc current in inductor ..what about volt inccreas in inductor and maximum it can stand with?
thanks
The inductor will get heated up due to the excess current flow. The maximum it can withstand depends upon the current reating of the inductor, more thicker the inductor the more current or voltage it can withstand
the the current is 1000 volt and 0.01 A coming from ransformer entering diod then the inductor..do you have fromula to calculate inductor parameters?
If it is dc current, you can simply use Ohm’s law.
The power it can witstansd P should be greater than,
P = I*I * R, where I is the current and R is the resistance of the inductor that can be measured using multimeter.
thanks all
there is a diode before the inductor and want to make arc after inductor terminal due to increase in volt in inductor can i know how much maximum volt can the inductor rise? or formulas to calculate this volt?
thank you