Calculate the current flowing through the inductor, Electrical Engineering

The circuit is altered by replacing the capacitor, C1 with an inductor of 150mH and left with the switch in position (a) for a long time. At time t=0, the switch is moved from position (a) to position (b).

a) For the instant that the switch is moved from (a) to (b), calculate the voltage across the resistor and the current flowing through the inductor.

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b) Calculate the voltage across the inductor and current flowing through the inductor when t = 0.0045 seconds.

c) The switch is left in position (b) for enough time for the inductor to be fully discharged, t = t-discharged. Sketch the graph of the voltage across the inductor and the current flowing through it from t = 0 seconds until t = t-discharged.

d) When the inductor is fully charged, how much energy is it storing?

e) After t = t-discharged, how much current is flowing through the resistor?

f) How much time after t=0 does it take the current in the inductor to reach 0.08A?

Again, ensure you show sufficient working out to support your answers.

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