Energy stored in a magnetic field , Electrical Engineering

Energy stored in a magnetic field

Consider a circuit consisting of a voltage supply,  switch,  resistor  and  a  coil  of  N turns wound on a toroid of length l, all in series.

 

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With the switch open, no current flows inthe coil and therefore there is no flux produced in the core of the coil.

 

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At t=0, the switch is closed and the current builds up with time. It is not instantaneous,because the coil produces a back emf that limits the rate of rise of current

 

 

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where v = the time dependent back emf created by the coil. The instantaneous power being delivered
by the supply at time t is

vs .i=i2 R+v.i

 

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