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If we short circuit a simple basic inductor in an AC system, what happen to the inductor and the current at the branch?

Inductor do not has resistance, so do the short circuit line.

Does the current will divide equally through each branch and only some lagging at the inductor branch ?

Or is it that the current will only go through the short circuit line?

Thanks for your interest

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# Current through short-circuit inductor

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