Initial current in a voltage driven LCR circuit

by newjack202
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May5-12, 06:48 AM
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A switch is closed in a voltage driven series LCR circuit. Will the initial current (j(0)) be 0, regardless of the type of voltage source? Will j'(0) = V(0)/L, where V(t) is the source voltage?
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reddvoid is offline
May5-12, 09:28 AM
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Yes. Why the doubt ?

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