Once the equivalent values of DC & AC voltages are applied to the circuit which includes an inductor connected in series through the load. So the current supply in a DC circuit is more as compared to AC circuits due to the induced voltage that opposes the flow of current within the DC circuit once the flow of current reaches its highest value. When it approaches a fixed state value, then there is no more inductive effect. In AC circuits, the flow of … [Read more...]

## What is Self Inductance : Theory, Examples & Applications

In the domain of electronics and electromagnetism industries, inductance is the movement of the electrical conductor to obstruct the flow of current. The current movement develops a magnetic field across the conductor and this field strength is based on the current magnitude and any current variations. From the principle of Faraday’s law of induction, any deviation in the magnetic field along the circuit generates an EMF voltage and this is termed as … [Read more...]